lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-08e


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date:         fri, 28 aug 1998 21:22:11 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      ani/hardrocklive review
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ok..i dunno what was up with ani, but the first couple songs were not as
good as they could've/have been.
pulse was the weak link of the performance. i've noticed the hard rock
live audiences are incredably sedate, i guess they've been told they
have to be? i think that's what threw ani off, because she's used to
big, loud, dancing crowds. some ppl (like tori amos) don't like big loud
crowds..but i think with ani it's an energy exchange thing. the rowdier
we get, the rowdier she gets. at least that's how it was @ jazzfest when
i saw her last.
she didn't really pick up till jukebox (ilovethissong ilovethissong!)
and swan dive was ok, really the best song was jukebox. but the last 2
songs she was way more animated than she was through the rest of it.

i think the whole situation with the crowd did a great disservice to
ani, because like my dad said (who is an ani fan after seeing her at
jazzfest) if he had seen her on hrl before we went to jazzfest, he
would've questioned why he was paying money to see her. and he knows the
words to most of her songs now. so if it was your first time seeing her,
don't make a judgement based on that performance. live, she is much much
much better. when she has a screaming crowd singing along with her.
(either that or she took a lot of downers that wore off right before she
did jukebox...)

*hugs*

lamia
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i'm mighty pissed off, chickies and dudes.....i only caught the last
part of
the last song...ani! and see, that was the first opportunity i've ever
had to
hear her....and i just know i'm missing out! so....anyway, i really
liked what
i heard....anyone know what that was called, first? second, darlings,
anyone
have a clue when vh1 is rerunning this? puh-leeeeeze?!?

okay, thanks.
and let me just say, that ani chicky is one hot tamale!

vale, groovy amicae et amici!
luv yas,
eri

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 00:26:32 edt
reply-to:     jsslyn@aol.com
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from:         jessica fritzges <jsslyn@aol.com>
subject:      nigc- ani on vh1, found the time! :)
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hey everybody... if you're following the whole ani saga on vh1, i just saw
that ani and soul asylum are going to be on hard rock live tomorrow, saturday,
at midnight, 11 central on vh1. hope that's helpful! -i'm so excited! wow...
it's ani... :)


hugs,
jessica

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 00:35:11 edt
reply-to:     noexit00@aol.com
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from:         janet frenkil <noexit00@aol.com>
subject:      shed your skin guitar chords...much love, janet
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to the person who wanted this so badly...and anyone else who's interested;
special thanks to carolyn chow from an internet site where i picked up this
tab...i haven't yet gotten a chance to try it but it looks like she knew what
she was doing. hope you enjoy it. much love, janet.

shed your skin

chords: e   022100
        e?  022130  (i don't know what this chord is called)
        f   133211
        am  002210
        c   032010
        g   320033

e    e?
115 you are 17

e               f
itchy trigger venomous

e
you growing longer

e?
you growing stronger

e
you shed your skin

f
now shed this

come on over baby

am              c
you tell me its holy holy

g                      f
i don't know what that is

come on over

am                c       g    f
lets call it the fullness of time


i don't know what that is

am         c             g         f
hey holy console me some power control me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it


e                          e?
i'm speaking in tongues handling you

e                                   f
i got religion religion now look at it

the days grow longer
as we grow stronger
so shed your skin baby
let it rip

now tell me its holy holy
i don't know what that is
i want to call it the fullness of time
but i don't know if it is
hey holy console me some power control me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it

i got the hangman
i got milagro
i got the celebration too
the flesh is strong
the spirit stronger
so shed your skin baby
let it through

come on over


lyrics by amy ray

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date:         fri, 28 aug 1998 22:02:31 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      re: lilith tour touche (fwd)
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i think she was joking about that..anyone who keeps up with lilith fair
would know it is a joke. why? because neither fiona aplle or jewel are
part of the current lilith fair tour!

*hugs*

lamia


"if you love a lot, you lie a lot.."
--tori amos, jackie's strength


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date:         fri, 28 aug 1998 22:23:47 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      igc: love's recovery
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have you ever sat down and actually read the words to this song?? i did
tonight..wow...read 'em!!

during the time of which i speak
it was hard to turn the other cheek
to the blows of insecurity
feeding the cancer of my intellect
the blood of love soon neglected
lay dying in the strength of its impurity
meanwhile our friends we thought were so together
they've all gone and left each other
in search of fairer weather
and we sit here in our storm and drink a toast
to the slim chance of love's recovery

there i am in younger days, star gazing
painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be
not counting the unmarked paths of misdirection
my compass, faith in love's perfection
i missed ten million miles of road i should have seen
meanwhile our friends we thought were so together
left each other one by one on the road to fairer weather
and we sit here in our storm and drink a toast
to the slim chance of love's recovery

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

oh how i wish i were a trinity
so if i lost a part of me
i'd still have two of the same to live
but nobody gets a lifetime rehearsal
as specks of dust we're universal
to let this love survive
would be the greatest gift that we could give
tell all the friends who think they're so together
that these are ghosts and mirages
all these thoughts of fairer weather
though it's storming out i feel safe within the arms
of love's discovery

i know all the words to that song cuz i sing along but i never actually
sat down and read the words and absorbed until tonight...wow
emily is like no one else in this word.

*hugs*

lamia


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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 01:51:51 edt
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um, as i totally got my heart broken last night i was thinking more about this
thread...
it hurts so bad to still be totally in love with someone whose love for you no
longer extends past friendship...for me that is what ghost is about, the whole
song makes me want to cry.. and i was also thinking about that bonnie rait
song that goes, "i can't make you love me if you don't.. you can't make your
heart feel something it won't..."  and boy does that sum up my feelings... so
if you are on that side of a breakup, these two just hit home so hard...

--kate

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 01:53:32 -0500
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it's really late...but i just wanted to be the first to =
say...outstanding show!!!!!  everyone was in a good mood, the crowd was =
mostly great ( a little talking during some quiet songs, but no shouting =
ig requests, that made me happy)  i will post a setlist in the morning ( =
i got one from sulli so it should be accurate, becasue hell if i could =
have written them down!), but my highlights were defenitely cannonball =
and jane siberry's love is everything.  and i should add that shonen =
knife was also very cool.

okay but the number one highlight of my night...first ave turns in to a =
dance club following early evening concerts....so we hung out for =
awhile...and had the extreme pleasure of sharing the dancefloor with =
emily, kate and thalia...gettin down to a little techno...it was so =
cool.  they were just hanging out havin fun and this was more than an =
hour after the show ended so all the ig fans were outside already...pays =
to stick around sometimes!

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 12:46:17 edt
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hi everyone--

y'all did such a great job of compiling the lyrics for *the suffragette song*
that i was hoping for some help correcting my interpretation of gone again, as
performed on acoustic cafe.  also, please help.   kackadoo?  i'm unfamiliar, i
don't know what it is, much less how to spell it.  anyone know the reference
to the rainbow room (also don't know what it is, but managed to spell it) or
the reference to the melbourne wrecking crew. . .
peace & thank you,
summer

think i'll bag a trip for two
pack it up for kackadoo
and honey, it's not for the weather,
or the lack of loving you.
i got all this in between
something i could not foresee,
and all the deals i've made don't matter,
if i can't just let you be.

gone again,
gone again,
there ain't no way that i'm gonna
let this heart mend
gone again.

walked in king's cross for awhile,
gave a junkie girl a smile
people trade it in for danger,
or the company of strangers
she said all her family
is at the welfare agency
as she swindled my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

gone again, gone again,
there ain't no way that i'm gonna
let this heart mend,
gone again

if i don't make kackadoo
i'll be at the rainbow room
and i'll be courting some disaster
with the melbourne wrecking crew
honey, all this is to say
every dog done got its day
if we take the love we're given
and we throw it all away

gone again, gone again
there ain't no way that i'm gonna
let this heart mend
gone again

(whistle)

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 13:29:16 edt
reply-to:     noexit00@aol.com
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from:         janet frenkil <noexit00@aol.com>
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if anyone would like a tape of the indigo girl's live performance on acoustic
cafe, with two of their new songs, or ani's live performance, email me and
i'll send you my address. it will take 4-5 days for you to get it back. i'm
doing this for those of you who can't dub the wav off your computer onto tape,
or those poorer souls who can't download "realaudio". take care all and much
love, janet.

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"oh how far we could go if we started to share" -ani difranco
"i expected summer to be there in the morning. i awoke to the alarm and she
was out of arm's reach." -ani difranco
"i always wanted to be commander and cheif of my one woman army." -ani
difranco
"if you need something, you can just use mine" -catie curtis
"i'm not feeling radical, when i kiss you,
and i don't love you, to make a point" -catie curtis.
"you can't shake hands with a clenched fist" -indira ghandhi
"i was going to change my shirt, but i changed my mind instead" -pooh
"it's so much more friendly with two" -pooh
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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 17:54:14 edt
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     i work in childrens books,this is not where i'd thought i'd find amy and
emily, but i did....  well little illus. of them anyway.  the book is called "
this land is your land".  by woody guthrie( of course) and illus. by kathy
jakobsen.  toward the end of the book is a painting of the 1996 guthrie
tribute at the rock and roll hall of fame, and there they are.   okay i had to
read it to know it was them , but there they are non e the less.  i showed my
girlfriend we were so happy, and we had to share the news.  if you want it, go
to the childrens book dept. of a larger book store, and they should have it.
if your from arond indianapolis, geit at zany brainy so that my books sales go
up!

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 09:30:17 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

summer said:
>that i was hoping for some help correcting my interpretation of gone
again, as
>performed on acoustic cafe.  also, please help.   kackadoo?  i'm
unfamiliar, i
>don't know what it is, much less how to spell it.  anyone know the reference
>to the rainbow room (also don't know what it is, but managed to spell it) or
>the reference to the melbourne wrecking crew. . .

it's kakadu actually... it's a place in australia's northern
territory.  i'm not sure about the reference to the melbourne
wrecking crew (pronounced like "melbun" btw, not "mel-borne")
but i'm told that the rainbow room used to be a club/pub/
something like that in melbourne...

cheers,
sherlyn
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date:         thu, 27 aug 1998 10:39:37 -0400
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here is a small article found in aug 26 clev plain dealer backstage pass
section written by jane scott.  isn't someone on the list's daughter deidre
richards?  (sware i saw a post where someone said they took their friends
nine year old to the bathroom at the odeon and then lost their spot.)

"the red-headed woman with the words "big mother is watching you" on the
back of her cap signed over 40 autographs saturday night outside the odeon.
she was emily saliers of the indigo girls, the duo that sponsored the
intriguing suffragette sessions tour that night.  deidre richards, 9, of
stow, oh, brought saliers a 18" tall singing sunflower "because her nickname
is sunny," she said.

heart's ann wilson, who had been scheduled to appear on the suffratettes
bill, was "burned out" from so much work and had to cancel the tour, added
amy ray, the other half of the indigo girls."

goes on about lisa germano and thalia zedek and how they prevent burnout.
wierd.

since when is emily a red-head....i'd say strawberry-blonde,
bethany w.

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 17:54:54 pdt
reply-to:     amy vorpagel <vorpagel@hotmail.com>
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from:         amy vorpagel <vorpagel@hotmail.com>
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> have any of you heard/thought about "mystery" maybe being emily's
> reflections on her relationship with amy?

this is really weird because i was just thinking this yesterday...
here's why:
i was cleaning off my computer at work (last day) and had to delete some
ig movies that i had snagged off of some site (maybe lilith?) and there
is an interview with emily where she talks about her relationship with
amy and she _kept_ saying it's a mystery -- mystery this, mystery that.
it just struck me as odd. i had never thought about it before. i dunno.
just a thought... :)

peace,
amy

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 21:12:43 edt
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this is wierd...i wrote up my little takes on the show last night, sent
it...and now it is nowhere to be found...even in my personal filing cabinet
which lists mail that i have sent...hmmm...i wonder where the hell it
went.....

so, the show was awesome!!!!!   i have never been so awestruck in my entire
life...i was simply in heaven last night!!  the musicians on stage the people
around me!!  god, it was incredible!!!

i don't have a set list...i was too busy leaning on the divider/fence thing
before the stage, staring at whomever was in the spotlight at the moment, in
child-like wonder....

my highlights:
jean smith opened the main show with her spoken piece...she has such a cool
eery voice...i loved it...to me she was intriguing...she was perfect for the
pieces that she did too...her voice just sends chills down the back of my
neck....she was incredible on emily's new song "soon to be nothing" which hit
a chord in my being last night....i just stood there to stunned to say or do
or express any of the things that i was feeling...

amy did "go" which was cool, because i had never heard that before...i love
watching her on her guitar...

on a side comment--i never noticed how big both amy and emily's hand are...i'm
a hand girl, what can i say...they both have really long fingers...which you
all probably know already, but me being that the closest i have ever been to
either of them was about thirty feet away...i never really noticed...

jane siberry, lisa germano, gail ann dorsey, lourdez perez and rose pallenzani
(sp?) are my new favorites...they were all incredible!!!  like i said, i just
stood there in amazement, thinking that never again will i be amidst such
talent...i think they even outdid lilith...but that's just my opinion...

the crowd was great!!!  i was pretty proud to be a minnasotan at that
point...i guess night 2 chicago was better than us, because we did have some
talking and there would be outbursts of laughter coming from the bar areas
every now and again...but nobody screamed for ig songs--not once--which i was
really happy about!  the crowd was pushy either!! i was afraid that i would
end up squished against the front of the stage, but i wasn't, and we had
plenty of room...but that was on my half--you'll have to talk to casey about
her side of the stage...

everybody got along so great on stage!!  it seemed like they felt so
comfortable with each other and were laughing of mistakes...amy has some
really cute expressions which i think (from my angle) she was exchanging some
chiding smirks (or something like that anyway) with jane siberry during jane's
last song about the sea(i don't know the name of it, sorry)...but it could
have been somebody behind her too...from my angle it was jane...

i really didn't respond to thalia zedek--she's talented, i just don't
absolutely love her music...meaning i would go see her in concert but i
wouldn't buy a cd...

it was a night of alot of firsts...like, the first time that i heard
cannonball (yeah, i guess i've been out of the loop)...the first time that i
heard faye tucker and "go"....the first time for e's new song...the first time
i had ever heard lisa, jane, gail (who played a song for us she had never
performed before i think it was "shay (sp?) virtue" ) lourdes, rose...oh,
everybody was so great.....absoulutely wonderfull...this concert is going to
carry me through the next three months of stress!!

i met lisa--from the list--briefly and then i couldn't find you after the
show--but maybe you were still inside hanging out with the dancing crowd!!  of
which, i am so jealous that i didn't stick around to see emily and ??? (i
forgot who else) out on the dance floor...but knowing myself i wouldn't have
been able to handle that...i was so stunned after the show...i was absolutely
distracted...

anyway, it was great!!  but wow, last night, with everything that was going on
around me and on the stage i was in a complete tailspin....got a little dizzy
let me tell ya...and then i ran into my ex...ooooh...what fun that was...but
that was a brief and fleeting moment in the light of everything!!!  and i was
like "you are a.......i can't believe i ever dated you..."

and now i'm starting to ramble...if anybody booted this show--pleeease--i will
owe you a great, great favor!!

it was so great...i loved everyminute of it...i was sad to see it end...
peace to all.
kara.

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hey.  if anyone has any arlo music that sounds really good, please e-mail me.
i have my dad's collection of lps, but the heat or years past have taken a
toll.  i'm looking for some good ol' arlo music.
-chee

("i don't want a pickle, just wanna ride on my motor.....cycle")

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does anyone know of any sites where i could send ig postcards for
free?  thanks!!! jes

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kara runge <rungek@aol.com> wrote:
>
>the crowd was great!!!  i was pretty proud to be a minnasotan at that

i have to agree for the most part about the crowd.  unfortunately there were
some rather rude people around my area, which was back about 8-10 people
from the stage on amy's side.  in general i think that the group of people
there last night really enjoyed themselves.  i know that i did!

there was a lot of great music all around.  i don't think that i can pick
one thing that really made the night, the whole affair was so wonderful.  i
would say, though, that the jane siberry song toward the end and midnight
train to georgia stand out the most right now.  i had forgotten how much i
really like jane siberry.  :)

>i met lisa--from the list--briefly and then i couldn't find you after the
>show--but maybe you were still inside hanging out with the dancing crowd!!

sorry i missed you, kara.  i was not astute enough to stick around on the
dance floor afterwards.  i did for a while when they were cleaning up but
not long enough for the dancing to start.  i heard beer calling my name and
i definitely needed fresh air!

as for your request, kara, i may be able to help you out.  i'll let you all
know in a week or two.  :)

well, i'm all tuckered out and in need of sleep!  yawn.

lisa

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here's a setlist for the minneapolis sst:

the corner of my setlist got ripped actually so i don't know the first =
song, but it was a jean smith spoken word thing with tahlia zedek on =
guitar and jane siberry on keyboard.  and jean told me afterwards it was =
the first time they had done this one.

okay from there it goes like this....

under your skin
gabriell
roll the dice
tengo la vida
faye tucker
pulling a cloud
woodfloors
love is everything
pale light
go
a song by rose p....don't recall the title, the setlist just says rose, =
but amy added that she was doing this particular song because a&e had =
requested it
vestigos
chez virtue   this was gail ann dorsey....an amazing song!  emily was on =
backup
way below radio
soon to be nothing
cannonball....rocked!!
power of two

encore
fisherman
midnight train to georgia


well, that's the setlist.  looking at the setlist, it seems emily was on =
the stage more than anyone, only one song she didn't play on, and that =
was the opening jean smith deal.  if anyone wants more info off the =
setlist, it's pretty detailed, e-mail me privately.  and amy did mention =
that it was lisa germano who put it together.  i'll back up what kara =
said and say the crowd was mostly great.  i was right up front, directly =
in front of amy.  i fear people may have been annoyed with us =
though...during cannonball, we were really into it jumping, dancing, and =
emily noticed us a few times, pointing at us and smiling.  what can i =
say, i was in the mood to dance....and then they followed it with power =
of two which just made you want to rock even more.
    i too forgot how much i loved jane siberry, and amy was smiling and =
making gestures to her during the fisherman song, which was really a =
funny song in some ways, but amy was kind of standing back from her mic =
and singing along with jane, as though she just really liked the song =
and wanted to sing. =20
    i was most impressed with lisa germano and gail ann dorsey, neither =
of whom i'd heard before, i spoke with gail after the show and she =
expects to have her first solo release out soon, possibly before the end =
of the year.  her singing on midnite was also killer!
    one other amy note, i thought this was both strange and cute (cute?, =
maybe sorta sexy in a way)  all through power or two she had a guitar =
pick in her mouth.  she wasn't using one to play at all, she just held =
this one in her teeth and then when it came time for her to sing she =
would put it in her mouth and when she was done singing...back between =
the teeth, it was a little distracting.  then she got to a guitar part =
where she wanted to use a pick and instead of using the one in her =
mouth, she took a fresh one (dry one) off the mic stand.
    i bought a t-shirt and a poster ($15 and $3 respectively, i love =
that they keep prices down)  we hung around...inside....following the =
show, drinking a little beer, doing a little dancin.....but i managed to =
get my poster autographed by everyone except thalia...who seemed =
thourghly uninterested in signing autographs, but that's fine.  everyone =
else was really nice though and took the time to stop and talk a little. =
even the scary jean smith was really nice, i asked her about spoken =
word and she kind of laughed and said she calls it singing, but she was =
really nice about it and talked about being nervous about the opening =
song because she hadn't sone it live before.  i should say that i didn't =
actually meet a & e, but a woman that works with them (not sulli, but a =
woman with short black hair, never did find out who she was) saw me =
having lisa g sign my poster and offered to take it back to have a & e =
sign it, she did and i thought that was really nice of her.  and since i =
have to intrest in actually speaking to either of them (or rather no =
interest in making a fool of myself) it worked out for the best.  it was =
enough to share the dancefloor with emily (and kate!!! did i mention how =
hot she is....) and for the record she's a good dancer.
    wow, this has gotten really long, and i'm sure i'll think of other =
things to tell y'all, but all in all an utterly amazing musical =
expereince....and way f****ng cooler than lilith could ever hope to be =
(just my opinion).

~casey


"how many physical goods can you amass?  a better way to measure wealth
is how many unique experiences you have had.  what captured your =
attention
then and forevermore?"   - esther dyson


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"suffragette sessions
buffalo daughter
odeon
august 22

        their mamas always told them to share. so when these 10 particular women took
the stage saturday night, they did it all together.  the stage looked more
like a reunion of the band and the variety of songs and styles was a bit risky
to pull off. but "the socialist experiment in rock and roll: (coined by indigo
girl amy ray) had very positive results.
        "roll the dice" was an appropriate opening song for the 90-minute
conglomeration.  it's a risk i have to take, went the lyrics, psyching up the
crowd and the performers, it seemed.  they formed a front-line with indigos
ray and emily saliers in the center, a symbol of strength.  gail dorsey's
tambourine added even more of a celebratory feel.
        lisa germano sat down at the keyboard next for the mellow, breathy ballad
"way below the radio" displaying her young, girl-next-door voice.  an indigo
favorite, "power of two" followed, bringing spirits up again with an audience
sing-along.
        jane siberry stepped out, instrument-less, for "love is everything."  ray's
back-up vocals aided in balance, adding some power to the higher parts when
siberry's voice would thin out.  almost chirpy at times, her southern vocal
slides were strangely amusing with the serious lyrics and came off like
motherly advise.  however, the biggest indicator of her style sprang from the
little horned tufts of hair sticking out about her head, proving fun and
playful was definitely part of her persona.
        thalia zedek, who contributed throughout the concert with clarinet skills
came on hard-core for "cimarron."  zedek droned close-eyed and soulfully into
the mic.  jean smith went into a head-whipping frenzy - pleased by the
electric intensity and possibly homesick for her band, mecca normal.  germano
got crazy on the violin.  this song was worth the entire price of the ticket -
have you ever seen the indigo girls roar in the metal way before?
        josephine wiggs introduced the next song, "tengo la vida," as "your first
spanish 101 lesson."  lourdes perez got the sad, blue spotlight at the corner
of the stage and turned the odeon into a spanish cabaret. her provocative,
melodic growl and the three-part harmony of ray, saliers and siberry elicited
flamenco claps from the audience.  germano's violin wept through an interlude
and the melody closed with a slow salsa finish.
        jean smith kicked off "chisel," a song of jazzy angst, with a slurred
sarcastic "hey, thanks cleveland" that she repeated between songs for much of
the show.  her lyrics were evil yet sexy and the nasal hum was accompanied by
clarinet, keyboard, violin and background vocals by all.
        "go" and "wood floors" had definite indigo girl overtones but boasted smith
on standup bass and ray on mandolin.  the jam-time in the middle of the show
allowed for much instrument improvisation and experimentation - reinforcing
the originality of the gathering.
        before getting back on track, smith took the stage alone and growled untitled
poetry of barn animals and killers.  her performance art could have won her
the part of "maureen" in rent.
        perez interjected in espanol one more time with "vestigos," a tender love
song of spanish finger-picking.
        saliers' new song "soon to be nothing" featured germano on the buttonbox and
siberry on keyboards.  smith interjects in some more spoken-word twang but the
indigos overall tone is apparent again, carried by saliers' sweet, rolling
verses.
        the well-known luscious jackson tune "under your skin" was covered toward the
end when it was kate schellenbach's turn to shine and the set was wrapped up
with "midnight train to georgia."  led by siberry, ray and saliers sang back-
up and dorsey added a bluesy emotional influence to the refreain.  the crowd
went wild, woohooing and clapping until the impressive a cappela end.
        siberry fronted "fisherman" - a low tribal beat set to the story of the storm
and sea.  smith's guitar wailed in pain, adding to the background
illustrations at the pick-up.  the chant repetitions set the groove for
siberry's soothsaying song.
        "ziggy," the last of the three encores, was the most unifying of the evening.
the bowie cover, appropriate for dorsey's sake (she's toured with bowie in the
past) let everyone onstage and in the audience sing along and jump around.
        the opening act was buffalo daughter, a three-woman, space jam band from
japan.  with low minor harmonies, breathy vocals and a hard guitar/keyboard
sound, the tokyo trio spiced things up ... for a little while.  in "brand new
cat" the mechanical strumming and solemn urban funk created some interested
ingenuity.  the song, "about the great lakes in the states" introduced some
funky synthesizer sound effects but ribbits, woofs and car horns got old when
the song aged into an unreasonable time span.
        saliers remarked that they all love the tour.  "it's like being in a brand
new band."  although it was disappointing for some who came specifically to
see the indigo girls and whined about the lack of typical tunes, others were
happy to have been that close to ray and saliers (the odeon isn't their usual
venue size).  but overall, the brand new band put on a brand new kind of
concert and succeeded in bringing about some good old fashioned fun.
marie skoczylas"
scene magazine
august 27-september 2, 1998

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hey all,
i just wanted to say that i love you all. it is such a great thing to hear
from all these friendly ig fans. and it's good to know that there's such a
group of us out there. not necessarily because we all are on the verge of
obsessed with amy and emily...and jane at times (!!!), but more that the
sharing of information and the prompt responses to the dozens of messages
popped into our email boxes each day by friendly correspondents is grand.
thanks for being here ya'll!!! take care and stay good.
much love,
janet.

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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 23:09:59 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      nigc: i got sooo betrayed tonight
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ya'll..i am so upset i'm just sick..i found out my mother is going
behind my back trying to get my girlfriend in trouble for seeing me (i'm
under 18 i'll be 18 in 4 months, my girlfriend is over 18.) i'm so
upset. she's contacted all kinds of psycho christian organizations,
american's most wanted :p, and she's giving out sara's name and address
not just to these organizations, but just people she knows online!
she can't do anything because it's all online and conjecture on her
part, but it hurts me that she's been going behind my back doing this,
all the while pretending to me on my side.
i just need to talk :(

lamia


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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 21:53:28 -0800
reply-to:     "c. jane run" <gbn101@juno.com>
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from:         "c. jane run" <gbn101@juno.com>
subject:      re: *gone again* lyrics

>anyone know the reference to the rainbow room

>but i'm told that the rainbow room used to be a club/pub/ something like
that in >melbourne...

in "six degerees of seperation" it's ahigh-class club in new york, don't
know if that's really the case....


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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 01:55:41 -0500
reply-to:     "amy m. swenson" <aswenson@students.uiuc.edu>
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subject:      amy and guitar picks...
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i was at the 8/25 show in chicago, up close on amy's side, and i noticed
the pick thing too! she kept sucking on picks, forgetting they were in her
mouth, and having to wipe them off before she could play. it was kind of
cute, actually! :) once, she had one in her mouth, started to sing into
the mike, and then spit it out about 2 feet. needless to say (i'm not sure
if this is sick or cool!), everyone at that part of the stage jumped to
get it, but it was too far away...<sigh> yes, i jumped too, but i settled
for a spit-less (?) pick at the end of the show.

also, commenting on the mystery thread...that's an interesting theory, and
i've actually wondered about that song too...hmmm...

it's late and i'm babbling...
--amy

oh, i don't know if i've introduced myself yet - i'm pretty new here! i'm
a senior at the university of illinois majoring in rhetoric, so i like to
write a ton, and i'm learning to play guitar. this week i finally got
around to tuning my guitar for galileo, so that was pretty cool. ah, my
exciting life...

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 00:38:32 -0700
reply-to:     ig pirate <igpirate@yahoo.com>
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---jess lopez <dopeylopey@hotmail.com> wrote:

> does anyone know of any sites where i could send ig postcards for
> free?  thanks!!! jes

hey y'all.  i found this site where you can upload pictures and music
files from your computer and make postcards for people.  it's pretty
neat and easy.  i made one with ig and it came out looking pretty
cool.  here's the site:   http://www.volition.com/bookshop/postcard.html
i also found a postcard with amy ray(it's listed under emily saliers
but it's actually amy ray) with ian astbury from the cult here:
http://safari.altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/vp?q=indigo+girls&lastquery=amy+ray&pagemem=0&was=1
erin aka jen :)
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date:         sat, 29 aug 1998 22:26:14 -0800
reply-to:     "c. jane run" <gbn101@juno.com>
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subject:      nueva senorita lyrics

i've been wanting lyrics to this song for a while, were they ever posted?
here's what i could get from the wand boot:

nueva senorita


well we blew off the immoderation
as th moon was settin' high
and we drove from (?) to (?)
and gloria was singing
and cecelia closed her eyes
(a song was?) lifting out over the night sky

i said "nueva senorita, have you gone to brighter days?
have you found your greener valleys?
and the place where your heart stays?"

so i'm headin' back to the flatlands
and you headdin' up to the hills
and the rain brings you home to the middle of july
and i guess i just got lonesome
when i think about how you feel
with six months gone and no one to dry your eyes.

i said "nueva senorita, have you gone to brighter days?
have you found your greener valleys?
and the place where your heart stays?"

[instrumental]

i said "nueva senorita, are you gone to brighter days?
i have seen your greener valleys
and the place where my heart stays."

so what have the rest of you come up with?  anyone have a better copy?
has anyone heard them do this recency?   for those who don't know, this
is an amy song and is really slow--think chipas bound in tempo.  and one
more thing, how do y'all get the little ~ above the "n"?


:) g.


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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 05:27:46 -0400
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subject:      cincinatti tonight!
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hey y'all!

okay, jill and i are leaving my place (near dayton) for the cincinatti
show at around 9:30am.  we should get there no later than noon.  look for
us!  we will be sitting in line all day (taking turns) on blankets in
front of bogarts.  i have curly brown hair and an eyebrow ring.  as of
now, i have no clue what i will be wearing, but i am very short.  jill has
long, curly dark hair.  i'll have a sign by us that says nigc.  we'll also
be around after the show, so be sure that you come over and say hi.  okay,
well i guess that's all.  i hope to meet a lot of y'all tonight and see
lots of indigohio people!  everyone, drive safely!  and remember, ohio
cops are brutal... ;-)

love,
karen :-)

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             life and i have a good laugh."
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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 08:59:02 edt
reply-to:     bonnemot@aol.com
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hey y'all,

i've been off the list for a month or so, and i was just curious whether
anyone's put together a compilation tape of the girls' covers yet.  this was
discussed a while ago, but i don't know that anybody's done it yet.  since the
ig's covers always sound better than the originals, and i have never even
heard wild horses or some of their recent ones (haven't they been doing some
fleetwood mac?), i would be very interested in this.  please contact me if
such a tape is now available!!!

thanks and it's good to be back!

bonnie

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 09:03:47 -0500
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i'd like a copy and would be willing to trade
or clean yer house
or whatever else we can agree to for a copy
thanks
pooh

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 11:53:32 -0700
reply-to:     melissa singhaus <msinghaus@msmisp.com>
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since i added names last time i decided to make a third vote with the top
two this time. vote for only one and this will last until monday 9:00.
missy

kind friends and intimate strangers
intimate strangers

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 12:38:38 -0500
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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in the course of mastering of the newport show, i created a cd that i
wasn't quite happy with, needed more noise reduction.  rather than use this
disc as a coaster <g>, i'd like to trade it for a *complete* copy of the
7/29/91 provincetown boot.  mine is on a 100 minute tape, but the end of
"all along the watchtower" is cut off, i'm sure there's a complete version
out there.

i give this newport cd an a-.  the lack of noise reduction leaves a bit of
hiss, but the music levels are great.  you can hear every word the girls
say between songs, and amy was in a great mood, she was so much fun that
day!  the usual newport wind noise is prominent in places.  audience noise
is minimal and distant  highlights are "faye tucker," "go," "gone again,"
and "the weight".  you'll also get to hear a bit of rose polenzani, who amy
likes so much.  the cd is 16 songs (including rose's 1), a full 74 min.

please don't inquire unless you have the complete p'town show.  if i don't
get such an offer, i'll put it up for grabs to others.

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hello to all in the land of indigo,

well, much to my disapointment when i turned on my radio to tape the ig
acoustic cafe show this morning it wasn't on. i went to the ac website and i
had the right station and time, so i went to the radio station website to find
that they moved the ac show to sundays 6:00am-8:00am, from sundays
noon-2:00pm.

if anyone taped this and is willing to trade for it, please email me.  i
really want to have a copy of this.  thanks a lot.

take care and peace!

-deb

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 13:16:49 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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i just listened to my recording of acoustic cafe and it sounds great.
so...i'm ready to talk specifics.  if you've got something to trade, great.
if not, i'm sure we can work it out.  please send me your snail mail
address and what you have to trade if anything.

sheryl jones
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu

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hi all:

i am fairly new to the list and have noticed in some of the postings the
mention of the flying biscuit cafe.  i have never heard of it before so i was
curious what it was like so i looked online and found their website.  i
thought just in case anyone else was interested i would mention it.  the
website provides you with all kinds of information about the cafe, as well as
a mention of emily.  the website is http://www.flyingbiscuit.com.  if this was
already mentioned, i'm sorry for the repeat.

take care,
     sue

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well folks, my roadtrip plans were just unceremoniously
murdered so i have to get rid of some suffragette sessions
tickets. i have two tickets for the philadelphia show and
two tickets for the nyc show, all available for what i paid
to anyone who wants them. anyone interested can e-mail me
and i'll express mail the tickets asap. thanks.

matt

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furthere six degrees...there's also a rtainbow room in williamsport pa :)
i love it there :)

--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:         sun, 30 aug 1998 15:00:43 -0700
reply-to:     monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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from:         monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
organization: entelechy software inc.
subject:      re: merriweather lilith boot cd-r copies
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if you really want to get a cd-r copy, i'm willing to make cd-r copies
for the first 15 requests i get.

monique (back from a fantastic suffragette roadtrip)

ps: you can get writable cds at your local pc store or over the internet
via pcmall and other mail order houses. warning: my cdrom writer can
only handle write once cds, so don't get those new rewritable cds.


deb wrote:
>
> okay, folks, the cds and labels have all been mailed out to the branches,
> so if you'd like a copy of the ig set at merriweather post pavillion in
> columbia, md on july 19 (a full description is in the message included
> below), please make arrangements with the person associated with your
> birthday month.  sherlyn is going to be the australian branch,  robin the
> canadian branch, and kathrin the german branch, but if there are others
> outside the us who want the tape, i'm hopeful that you'll be able to come
> to a satisfactory arrangement with the person associated with your birthday
> month. the only stipulation i have is that *no one* can make a profit or
> *require* a trade -- anyone should be able to get them by sending a 60
> minute blank and an sase, though it would be nice to arrange a trade if you
> can.  i've gotten good feedback from the branches that have listened to it
> so far; i spent a great deal of time mastering the recording with cooledit
> software, and i'm quite pleased with the results.  i don't think you'll
> find much better recordings of the ensemble performances of "the weight,"
> "water is wide," and "what's going on," and there were some great moments
> in the rest of the set too (natalie merchant's trumpeter was an interesting
> element in several songs).
>
> note:  there weren't enough people who volunteered to be cd-r branches to
> tree cds, so leaves are tape only.  i won't be making any more cds, as i'll
> be on to mastering the newport and 9:30 club (dc) shows at next
> opportunity.  the newport show is already being tree'd by someone else, so
> i'll announce for 9:30 club branches when it's ready.
>
> here are the merriweather branches:
>
> jan     jean <jkniese@ix.netcom.com>
> feb    lisa <memememi@aol.com>
> mar    laura <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
> apr     jude <hunterj1@aol.com>
> may   lisa <nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu>
> jun     kim <kluce@best.com>
> jul     resa <resa@ipeg.com>
> aug     wendell<wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
> sep     paula <plaine@isomedia.com>
> oct     susan <scorpio7@sagami.or.jp>
> nov     marcy <mjg333@aol.com>
> dec     melissa <mfaurest@dmlo.com>
>
> australia       sherlyn <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
> canada  robin <robin_squires@ymca.ca>
> germany kathrin <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
>
> branches should use the following addresses for overflow; if you receive
> more requests than you can handle (and please take care of at least the 15
> you've committed to), please refer those folks to overflow branches as
> follows:
>
>     jan-apr     monique <monique@entelechy.com> * monique is on an ig road trip
> this week, be patient!
>     may-aug     karen <karenfrey@redrose.ne>
>     sep-dec     sue <skwan@midway.uchicago.edu>
>
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> >date: tue, 21 jul 1998 19:18:11 -0400
> >to: indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
> >from: deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
> >
> >i got a good dub of the ig set at merriweather post pavillion in columbia,
> md on sunday.
> >it sounds great, but i have to give it an a- because of a few rude
> talkers.  it's not enough to
> >be distracting, just a bit annoying in a very few places.  i've mastered
> it onto a 55 min. cd
> >as follows:
> >
> >track 1:       chickenman
> >               galileo
> >               shame on you
> >               ghost
> >               shed your skin
> >track 2:       get out the map
> >               the weight (w/ rebekah, kacy crowley, jerry marrotta, natalie merchant)
> >               water is wide (w/ sarah mclachlan)
> >               closer to fine (w/ sarah mclachlan, holly mcnarland, et al)
> >track 3:       what's goin' on (encore, w/ all; lots of emily & rebekah)
> >
> >i am willing to make cd-r boots of this for about 15 branches, who must
> send me a cd-r
> >and an sase.  in turn, branches agree to make at least 15 copies, cds or
> tapes, for others.
> >under no circumstances is anyone to profit from this distribution, it is
> for your personal
> >enjoyment only.
> >
> >if you're interested, please reply to this message privately, and (this is
> *important*) specify
> >whether you can make cd and/or tape copies.  i'll post to the list when
> all branches have
> >been selected.  please do not reply if you don't know how a tree works, or
> if you're getting
> >ready to go back to school and won't have time, or if you don't have
> decent equipment, or
> >if you just bought this cd-writer thing and you think you can figure out
> how to work it, or if
> >you can't get around to mailing me your media for a while... a tape tree
> works best if the root
> >and branches are somewhat professional about the endeavor.
> >
> >with all that said, if you still want to be a branch <g>, send me a
> message privately and i will
> >notify you *only* if you are selected.  if you are not selected as a
> branch, watch for the leaf
> >announcement, which should go out around late august.  with 15 branches
> there should be
> >plenty to go around, so please, serious inquiries only for branch positions.
>
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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 20:54:48 edt
reply-to:     indigofrk@aol.com
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from:         sasha friedman <indigofrk@aol.com>
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hey yall
ok so this was a message sent to me by a guy who wanted to tape a show

"i spoke with michele, the ig's sound engineer, the other night
concerning the taping policy. i explained my ig fan "credentials" so
that she would know that i am a longtime fan, and not a bootlegger. she
said they no longer allow it."

so does anyone else know anything about this... i have noticed that for a
while recording was not allowed, but i always assumed it was venue policy.
plus i  have never actually seen a taper with booms and such at an ig show.
but i do feel that if this is their new official stance, than maybe a letter
needs to be sent to good ol. rcam.  i just feel like now that they are
starting to get some of the publicity they deserve are they gonna go dick out
on the fans like that ??  i know some of you are shaking your heads and saying
its not their decision, or its for security reasons, but you know groups like
phish and dave matthews who in my opinion are much bigger than ig do just fine
with bootlegging.  i also kinda feel that this might be a total rc decision
and if it is then its rcam doing what they do best....ignoring the fans.  they
never answer back to any mail we send them, or questions like where the hell
is my t-shirt that i ordered 6 months ago ?? so i am just frustrated and
tired...but i would like to hear what other people think about this, and i
know that despite the "official" rule, some of us will manage to get tapes...i
will just feel uncomfortable having my page up and such because if it is
against their wishes i dont wanna piss them off.

peace
sasha

ps i know that bootlegging is not a right for a fan to have, so no one needs
to remind me that it is their music and they can do what they want with it...i
am well aware of that, its just that community spirit that their music brings
about...ya know...

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 21:57:05 edt
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does anyone know what 'daughters of the sun, sisters of the moon' is all
about?
dev

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hi folks!
i'm curious about cimarron. what can people tell me about it? what is
the origin? where can i find a copy of it?

the more time that passes since i saw last weeks ss show the more i am
dying to get my hands on some music by the women who were onstage. guh!
i found a single by come but i didn't want to get just a single. i can't
find any come or uzi albums around here (okay, so this is a thalia thing
right now), nor can i find buffalo daughter (that didn't really surprise
me tho). i saw that lisa germano had something new out (?). i've been
playing lots of lucious jackson and breeders this week.
and what about lourdes perez? where can i find these people so i don't
have to pay shipping and handling? i'm, sure cd now has some stuff, but
yikes i want immediate gratification! thanks for listening. :)


peace,
amy

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 22:27:47 edt
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hi everyone..

as for the count of rainbow rooms.. well.. there's one in nyc (if it already
hasn't been said)

it's a real schwanky kinda joint

more later
katheen

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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 21:40:36 -0700
reply-to:     monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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if you did not get in, some folks emailed me to say they would offer to
make duplicates for other folks, so stay tuned.

monique

monique barbanson wrote:
>
> if you really want to get a cd-r copy, i'm willing to make cd-r copies
> for the first 15 requests i get.
>
> monique (back from a fantastic suffragette roadtrip)
>
> ps: you can get writable cds at your local pc store or over the internet
> via pcmall and other mail order houses. warning: my cdrom writer can
> only handle write once cds, so don't get those new rewritable cds.
>
> deb wrote:
> >
> > okay, folks, the cds and labels have all been mailed out to the branches,
> > so if you'd like a copy of the ig set at merriweather post pavillion in
> > columbia, md on july 19 (a full description is in the message included
> > below), please make arrangements with the person associated with your
> > birthday month.  sherlyn is going to be the australian branch,  robin the
> > canadian branch, and kathrin the german branch, but if there are others
> > outside the us who want the tape, i'm hopeful that you'll be able to come
> > to a satisfactory arrangement with the person associated with your birthday
> > month. the only stipulation i have is that *no one* can make a profit or
> > *require* a trade -- anyone should be able to get them by sending a 60
> > minute blank and an sase, though it would be nice to arrange a trade if you
> > can.  i've gotten good feedback from the branches that have listened to it
> > so far; i spent a great deal of time mastering the recording with cooledit
> > software, and i'm quite pleased with the results.  i don't think you'll
> > find much better recordings of the ensemble performances of "the weight,"
> > "water is wide," and "what's going on," and there were some great moments
> > in the rest of the set too (natalie merchant's trumpeter was an interesting
> > element in several songs).
> >
> > note:  there weren't enough people who volunteered to be cd-r branches to
> > tree cds, so leaves are tape only.  i won't be making any more cds, as i'll
> > be on to mastering the newport and 9:30 club (dc) shows at next
> > opportunity.  the newport show is already being tree'd by someone else, so
> > i'll announce for 9:30 club branches when it's ready.
> >
> > here are the merriweather branches:
> >
> > jan     jean <jkniese@ix.netcom.com>
> > feb    lisa <memememi@aol.com>
> > mar    laura <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
> > apr     jude <hunterj1@aol.com>
> > may   lisa <nordeelm@caa.mrs.umn.edu>
> > jun     kim <kluce@best.com>
> > jul     resa <resa@ipeg.com>
> > aug     wendell<wlee@indy1.calarts.edu>
> > sep     paula <plaine@isomedia.com>
> > oct     susan <scorpio7@sagami.or.jp>
> > nov     marcy <mjg333@aol.com>
> > dec     melissa <mfaurest@dmlo.com>
> >
> > australia       sherlyn <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
> > canada  robin <robin_squires@ymca.ca>
> > germany kathrin <kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de>
> >
> > branches should use the following addresses for overflow; if you receive
> > more requests than you can handle (and please take care of at least the 15
> > you've committed to), please refer those folks to overflow branches as
> > follows:
> >
> >     jan-apr     monique <monique@entelechy.com> * monique is on an ig road trip
> > this week, be patient!
> >     may-aug     karen <karenfrey@redrose.ne>
> >     sep-dec     sue <skwan@midway.uchicago.edu>
> >
> > --
> > deb \\ indigo@mindspring.com \\ http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo
> >
> > >date: tue, 21 jul 1998 19:18:11 -0400
> > >to: indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
> > >from: deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
> > >
> > >i got a good dub of the ig set at merriweather post pavillion in columbia,
> > md on sunday.
> > >it sounds great, but i have to give it an a- because of a few rude
> > talkers.  it's not enough to
> > >be distracting, just a bit annoying in a very few places.  i've mastered
> > it onto a 55 min. cd
> > >as follows:
> > >
> > >track 1:       chickenman
> > >               galileo
> > >               shame on you
> > >               ghost
> > >               shed your skin
> > >track 2:       get out the map
> > >               the weight (w/ rebekah, kacy crowley, jerry marrotta, natalie merchant)
> > >               water is wide (w/ sarah mclachlan)
> > >               closer to fine (w/ sarah mclachlan, holly mcnarland, et al)
> > >track 3:       what's goin' on (encore, w/ all; lots of emily & rebekah)
> > >
> > >i am willing to make cd-r boots of this for about 15 branches, who must
> > send me a cd-r
> > >and an sase.  in turn, branches agree to make at least 15 copies, cds or
> > tapes, for others.
> > >under no circumstances is anyone to profit from this distribution, it is
> > for your personal
> > >enjoyment only.
> > >
> > >if you're interested, please reply to this message privately, and (this is
> > *important*) specify
> > >whether you can make cd and/or tape copies.  i'll post to the list when
> > all branches have
> > >been selected.  please do not reply if you don't know how a tree works, or
> > if you're getting
> > >ready to go back to school and won't have time, or if you don't have
> > decent equipment, or
> > >if you just bought this cd-writer thing and you think you can figure out
> > how to work it, or if
> > >you can't get around to mailing me your media for a while... a tape tree
> > works best if the root
> > >and branches are somewhat professional about the endeavor.
> > >
> > >with all that said, if you still want to be a branch <g>, send me a
> > message privately and i will
> > >notify you *only* if you are selected.  if you are not selected as a
> > branch, watch for the leaf
> > >announcement, which should go out around late august.  with 15 branches
> > there should be
> > >plenty to go around, so please, serious inquiries only for branch positions.
> >
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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 00:48:48 -0400
reply-to:     sb <sharonb@geocities.com>
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am i stupid to think that the only songs the indigo girls played on acoustic cafe
were gone again, it's alright, go, and galileo?  or was there more to the show
than that and i just missed it?  i taped that from the website.  i didn't have to
tune in to the radio station or listen to the site at any particular time or
anything...it was right there as the feature show or something.  or did i miss
part of it that's only aired at certain times...?

sharon

> well, much to my disapointment when i turned on my radio to tape the ig
> acoustic cafe show this morning it wasn't on. i went to the ac website and i
> had the right station and time, so i went to the radio station website to find
> that they moved the ac show to sundays 6:00am-8:00am, from sundays
> noon-2:00pm.

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 14:53:50 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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folks,

could i please point this line out - it's from the
list signature:
>please do not quote other peoples' entire messages when replying
>        to the list.

it's a bit ironic when you see three of these in
a row, in a quote inside a quote inside a list
message...

thanks,
sherlyn
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date:         sun, 30 aug 1998 22:01:36 -0700
reply-to:     monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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more random comments on that much reviewed show:

here's the link to the tribune's article on the first chicago show.
http://chicagotribune.com/metromix/artswatch/980826/980826wqindigo.htm

when we got to the park west just before 4pm, the line had stretched a
bit around the side of the building, along which the tour buses where
parked. an early highlight of the day was turning around and suddenly
seeing emily walking towards us, less than ten feet away. she was
followed by the rest of the performers, amy bringing in the rear,
walking to dinner, presumably.
quick fashion report: emily was wearing green army type shorts and a
striped green shirt and looked pretty fierce, like she was not going to
brook any interruption. amy was talking to one of the performers i did
not know at the time, and did not look at us gawking from the line. my
sense is that she is mainly trying to downplay her personal popularity
in front of the other performers and is clearly embarrassed to be the
object of such a level of obsession. i've gotten to the point where i
cringe whenever i hear someone shout amy's name during a show and have a
contrarian urge to shout back emily's name. i must say i was fairly
proud of our collective self control though. noone screamed or got in
the way that i could see and they left the scene undisturbed.

the show has been reviewed, but i'll just add some highlights that stick
in my mind:

jane opened with love is everything. amy was very intense during the
song, singing along with jane off mike during the verse as well as
providing backup w/ others for the chorus.

under your skin rocked. a&e seemed to have a blast singing it. also,
kate rules!

during jean smith's song, chisel, amy was playing electric guitar and
trying to get distortion/feedback out of it. she spent the first half of
the song her back to the audience, kneeling by her amp and at one point
was sliding it upside down on top of the amp! got some pictures of the
action during this song the second day that i'll post as soon as i get
organized :)

ziggy stardust was too much fun. gail ann dorsey was a revelation for me
during this road trip. the woman is gorgeous, plays just about any
instrument on the floor and has a great voice. she was cracking up
during the song at some point, and a&e also seemed to enjoy it
tremendously.

love the new power of 2. the audience sang along with emily at the end
and it was the most convincing sing along i've heard at any ig concert
so far. i confess that po2 was not one of my favorites, but this made me
change my mind.

midnight train to ga was great. i was really impressed that most of the
audience knew the lyrics so well even though it's not an ig song. you
could tell that gail ann, a & e were surprised by the number of people
who sang along.

after the show, a lot of folks hung around to get picks and set lists.
all the set lists got distributed very quickly and lots of picks.

fashion report: emily was wearing a blue shirt over black jeans. amy was
wearing her low rise multicolored striped jeans and cream blouse with
rust stripes.

cheers,

monique

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 16:22:58 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

here is the chicago tribune article that monique
mentioned... if you want to read it online, the
address is:
http://chicagotribune.com/metromix/artswatch/980826/980826wqindigo.htm

-sherlyn

===
music review, suffragette sessions, indigo girls at park west

by allison stewart
special to the tribune
wednesday, august 26, 1998

a traveling caravan of folkies, underground rock stars and
singer-songwriter types, the suffragette sessions intend to
serve, on some level at least, as an antidote to lilith fair.

lilith can seem slick and overdone with its high profile, big
venues and superstar headliners, its well-intentioned but
sometimes suffocating vibe of granola and sisterhood. not so
the suffragette sessions, a shambling, endearingly sloppy road
show led by the indigo girls, sometime lilith-ites themselves.

the sessions, which ambled into the park west on tuesday night
for the first of two shows, encompass a seemingly random
sampling of the offbeat and the under-appreciated, boasting an
all-female, genre-spanning lineup that includes
singer/violinist lisa germano, puerto rican vocalist lourdes
perez, luscious jackson drummer kate schellenbach, and singer
jane siberry.

instead of performing individual sets, the suffragette artists
take the stage en masse, each one taking solo singing turns.
this way, goes the theory, fans who came to see, for example,
underground heroine jean smith of mecca normal will be exposed
to bassist/singer gail ann dorsey as well.

it's a laudable concept, even if the suffragettes seem to be
preaching to the converted, since anyone attending an evening
informally billed as ''lilith fair, only with socialists''
probably already has a pretty open mind.

a sweet idea, messily executed, the suffragette sessions seem
to thrive on dissonance: the artists often appeared unfamiliar
with each other's songs (''here's one we learned today at
sound check,'' went a frequent refrain), slip-ups were
frequent, and the sheer volume of musicians meant a lot of
people stood around on stage looking superfluous and awkward.

though josephine wiggs of the lamented, probably late
breeders served as emcee (the position rotates), the
ever-graceful indigo girls were the night's de facto den
mothers, making jokes, taking charge, and stroking a crowd
that was primarily there to see them. during their own songs,
the indigo girls sounded mostly like themselves, only (thanks
to their voluminous backup) a lot louder, which can be seen
as good or bad, depending.

the camaraderie and the unorthodox pairings made up for the
fact that much of the show was more novel than actually good.
to watch the indigo girls and schellenbach backing come's
thalia zedek during one of the evening's livelier numbers was
a wonder to behold. after all, who would have thought the
indigo girls even knew who come is?

other highlights: a tremulous and lovely acoustic number from
local singer-songwriter rose polenzani that was one of the
evening's few genuine solo turns; a spanish-language ballad
from perez; a wry, overwrought spoken word reading from
smith; an opening set from japanese indie favorites buffalo
daughter that was cheery, engaging, and went on far too long
before descending into prog rock hell.

for such a proudly political happening, tuesday night was
disappointingly low on rabble-rousing.

anyone expecting a teary group version of ''we shall
overcome'' complete with hand-holding and lilith-like hugs
went home unhappy.


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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 02:35:52 edt
reply-to:     opihf@aol.com
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subject:      fwd: daughters of the moon, sisters of the sun
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from: opihf@aol.com
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for whoever asked... daughters of the moon sisters of the sun is an amazing
book about young women and mentors.  each of the young women writes something
and then interviews a mentor.  two lesbian teens interview the indigo girls,
and it's a really fun, frank, honest interview.   the book as a whole is
great, and i highly recommend it for anyone who is, was, or knows a girl.
there's an amazing maya angelou interview, too.

just so ya know!

alison
p.s.  the title comes from the idea that the moon is female and the sun is
male, thus we are daughters of the moon and sisters of the sun:o)

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 18:49:36 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

this is from people online - nothing particularly new
here, but anyhow... if you want to see it online, the
url is:
http://www.pathfinder.com/people/980824/picksnpans/song/song3.html

cheers,
sherlyn

===
s o n g
spotlight on . . . indigo girls

it was three strikes and you're out for the grammy-winning
indigo girls when they tried to set up free shows at public
high schools this spring. "we wanted to do a career day for
the arts," explains amy ray, who planned the series with
musical partner emily saliers.

the duo scheduled five concerts in south carolina, tennessee
and georgia. but after their second performance, three shows
were eighty-sixed. the first cancellation was at irmo high
school in columbia, s.c., where parents had called to
complain about the singers' sexual orientation. the next two,
in tennessee, were due to their "profane" lyrics. "we were
surprised that people objected," says ray. "we had sent them
all the song lyrics. the way i look at it is, gay people
can't cuss."

the cancellations led to student protests, and the girls
arranged free alternate concerts in response to the bans.
"the students turned a bad thing into a good thing," says
ray, adding that the girls will continue doing high school
shows after the lilith fair tour. "we got a lot of calls from
schools who said they would love to have us. you have to make
it up as you go along."

-- lisa kay greissinger


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well folks, i'll apologize in advance, because i don't have the set list, etc.
to this show, but what i can tell you was that it was very worth seeing!!
there was a tremendous amount of talent on stage, and the artists clearly
admired each other's music.  gail ann dorsey and lisa germano were especially
good i thought.  anyway - here's something to keep in mind for ya:
one of my friends decided at about 7pm that she was hungry and wanted to catch
some dinner at a indian restaurant just down the street.  we thought she was
nuts to go when she did, because the doors would be opening shortly, and the
concert was starting at 8pm.  later on that evening, however, we met up with
her on bogart's main floor and it turned out that the entire group of
performers had eaten dinner where she went, and consequently she met/chatted
with amy ray for a bit.  i guess they talked about traveling on the road, and
amy told her that she was feeling pretty grungy from the day's trip, etc.  so
i guess my advice is, your time may be better spent elsewhere than in line, at
least at bogart's there wasn't a bad seat in the house. . . and who knows who
you may run into.
kathy

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in a message dated 8/31/98 9:41:56 am eastern daylight time, kayindigo@aol.com
writes:

<< one of my friends decided at about 7pm that she was hungry and wanted to
catch some dinner at an indian restaurant just down the street. >>

i know that at bethlehem amy said she loved indian food and had eaten it that
day.  she said it made her burp so she would try to keep the burps between
phrase as she sang.


babs

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you can read the (positive) review at:

http://www.jsonline.com/letsgo/daily/0829suff.stm


enjoy,

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thanks, summer, for the lyrics.   i believe they are almost entirely right,
i just have one small quibble.

>honey, all this is to say
>every dog done got its day
>if we take the love we're given
>and we throw it all away

i'm pretty sure it should be:
   every dog don't got its day

that seems to fit the mood -- as well as not proposing throwing away love.

well, that's me unlurking.  <looking out at the crowd of smiling faces>   wow,
there are a lot of you.  <gulp>.     just before i go hide for another 7 years,
could someone *please* help a newbie with starting a boot collection?
the faq mentions four that i'd love:   tuesday's children, color me grey, blue
food, and live at the purple parrot.       i'd also *love* a copy of their
cover of american tune.     if you have any of these, could you please email
me?  <ducking back into the shadows>

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warning: it takes quite a while to download this url.

http://webserv1.startribune.com/cgi-bin/stonline/article?thisslug=loc28&date=28-aug-98&word=suffragette&word=suffragettes


enjoy,

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so here goes for my ramblings on 2 1/2 hours of sleep...first off, i
made it home okay, and were it not for the off-ramps i missed in indy
because i was grooving to the boot (for a first-timer, i'd say it turned
out pretty good), i would have gotten back to chicago by 3:30...

this show was definitely worth the road trip.  amy was all smiles, emily
rocked, and lourdes perez, gail ann dorsey, lisa germano and jane
siberry have etched themselves a permanent place in my heart.  i don't
remember the whole set-list (i'm sure jill or karen have it, c'mon, post
up girls!), but jean smith was the night's mc.  the show seemed longer
than the chicago sets (i was booting onto a 100 minute tape, and missed
at least five minutes of the encore because i ran out of room).  but
here's some highlights...

under your skin

evergreen--(jean smith) during one of the "let's do this another time"
rants, jane siberry picked up a bottle of windex or 409 and started
cleaning one of the keyboards.  jean smith looks over at her, comes
over, grabs janes head (in mock anger) and bangs it against the
keyboard...umm, okay...jane goes back to playing and jean goes back to
ranting and eventually the song ends...i don't mean to be so down on
her, but this is the third time i've heard this song in the past week,
and its really doing nothing for me.

roll the dice

way below the radio--a few years ago, i picked up a lisa germano cd and
couldn't get into her...hearing her play with this tour has completely
changed my mind.  i can't say enough about this sign, or about this
chickie's enourous talents.

tengo la vida--lourdes perez is amazing.  it took all i had to not sing
along (its strange to watch a concert and not scream and sing)...amy got
really into this, and the crowd all clapped along...its like being
transported...and emily's guitarwork...amazing.

faye tucker--"i thought i heard the angels' bells, but they were just
the hounds of hell".  not as good as "sister" but still, some powerful
stuff...but the third new one from her in as many shows (plus go, which
they've played at all three)...i never heard "squeaky fromme", except
the bit on watershed, but her new songs seem every bit as intense and
angst ridden.  i don't know how her vocal chords can hold up to the
beating she gives them every night.  i don't know how she can live
with/through that much emotion.

power of two--it rawks.

love is everything--the lovely jane...and the lovely jill telling off
the crowd before it starts, when they just wouldn't be quiet...you go
girl.

cannonball--amy solo doing the first moose call...a serious woo-hoo.

encore:

ziggy stardust

mystery--i lost the last verse of this on my boot, but the crowd
sing-along is one of the most beautiful things i've heard in a long
time...girl-scout singalong around the campfire with 800 of your closest
friends.  was it this song, or one of the other songs, where amy just
mouthed the words and watched, with this amazed look in her eye?

midnight train to georgia--out of tape and out of film, i happily sang
along, and threw myself into this song.

well, i've been at work for two hours now, and have done very little to
appear productive.

karen, jill, mel, et. all, i hope that you arrived home safely and got a
good night sleep.  i will let you know how my pix turn out...lovely
erin, thanks again for the directions.

anyone want to place bets on how awful i look in my ballet class
tonight? (but i make up for it by looking so darn good now!)

take care,
shelley

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hey y'all,
just got back from chicago - tryin' to catch up on e-mail now. flew up
there to see a&e and flew back with a bunch of new cd's of the other
suffragette artists. had a great time at the shows, and then just
wandering around chicago - i love that city!!! anyway, the shows -
they've already been reviewed, so what can i say? just that they were
amazing - so much talent on one stage! i know there were complaints
about so few ig songs, but i love to hear musicians interpret each
other's songs. it's great to hear a&e sing _anything_, and to be
introduced to other artists was a welcome bonus. besides, when else
could you see amy & em trade funk riffs (at the beginning of jane
siberry's "flirtin' is a flow thing") or amy leaning over the amp like
hendrix to get feedback from her guitar??? and just to see everyone on
stage having such a good time, so into the music... it was definitely
worth the trip!!! plus, emily wished me happy birthday and signed my
ticket. also met sulli, kate shellenbach and josephine wiggs. and some
very cool fans - marivel, jules, monique -- pooh, i didn't know you were
there, i would've said hello. and some people whose names i don't
remember - sorry :( - it was great meeting y'all. forgive me for
forgetting, i was just so caught up in being there. i'd never been so
close to the stage before (2nd row, center, 2nd night). all in all, a
great way to spend a vacation! thanks y'all - hope to see you at some
other shows. and i hope there's a boot of the chicago shows - i don't
think i can wait until the new cd to hear em's new song again!

one nigc question before i sign off - a few people in line told me i
should hear a local artist named cathy richardson. i asked in a couple
music stores, but no one had any info. does she have a cd? if anyone has
any info on her, please e-mail me. thanks.

take care,
sandy

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hi everyone,

sorry for the non-ig post. i just wanted to remind everyone that i have a question
at poll central about lesbian domestic violence. this is the last week for it on the
web.  i will be turning in my research paper about it on friday.
so for those of you who have already voted thanks so much.

for those of you who haven't, could you please take a moment and click on the link to my
web site and answer the question.  the question is for anyone. gay or straight it
doesn't matter, but the research does.

thanks again for tolerating the non-indigo-girl post.

eddie cohen
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does anyone know who edited this and where i could find a copy?  souds
great....

>daughters of the moon sisters of the sun is an amazing book about young
women >and mentors.

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does anyone have a boot with "sister" on it?  i will trade pictures, my
firstborn, or my cincy boot for it (caveat being that i missed the last
song and a half--and there are at least two other boots out there with
the whole show)...that darn song won't leave me alone.

okay, back to real estate.

peace,
shelley

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hi ya'll

i have the book, daughters of the moon/sisters of the sun and it is a
really good book for young girls.  it features essays by young women who
are coming of age and includes essays by noted professionals who discuss
related issues.  it's by k.wind hughes and linda wolf.  i had the pleasure
of interviewing these ladies and they are *really* cool.  i highly
recommend the book...and, of course, it features our girls on page 105.

the isbn for paperback is:  0-86571-377-4
the isbn for hardback is:   0-86571-376-6

hope you enjoy the book.

you can also check out their web-site at:  www.daughters-sisters.org

carrie
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everyone who responded!!!)

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i was just wondering if anyone else was at the concert in greenville,
south carolina (or any other concert) where they played gone again.  it
was a few months ago, but if my memory serves me correctly, it didn't
seem to sound quite as folky when they played it at the concert as it
did on the acoustic cafe.  maybe they changed it a bit since then.  or
maybe it's just me...
anyone else have an opinion?

sharon

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hi--sent this to the person who posted, but thought the rest of the list
might be interested.

yes, cathy richardson is worth checking out.  she's fairly local right
now, but has a wonderful voice and an ecclectic taste in music--in a one
hour set, she goes from country to rock to funk to soul and back
again...similar in a lot of ways to michelle malone, or tina from tina &
the b-sides.  she and her band (the cathy richardson band) have four
cd's (i think)...i'm sure they're available around here (here being
chicago)somewhere.  i could keep an eye out if you'd like. they play a
lot of street festivals, and always have a merchandise table set up.  i
don't know if they've toured much (or at all), but one of the more
talented local groups i've found so far.

another name i'd throw out to listen for is jenny devoe.  i saw her open
for the murmurs a few weeks back, and she flat out blew them away (after
seeing them twice, i'll have to say i'm a little disappointed--even if
the singer that wrote "squeezebox days" is a total cutie).  she's out of
indianapolis--i think she said that that was her first time playing up
here...amazing bluesy, janis joplin voice.  made my toes curl.  for the
b-towners, i think she is playing somewhere in bloomington in the next
week or so (got my wtts fix yesterday driving through indiana...two
years later, and the futon factory is still using the exact same darn
commercial)...i'm way too awake.  got that good cafeene groove going on.
woo-hoo.

take care,
shelley

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on mon, 31 aug 1998, shelley miller wrote:

> this show was definitely worth the road trip.  amy was all
> smiles, emily rocked, and lourdes perez, gail ann dorsey, lisa
> germano and jane siberry have etched themselves a permanent
> place in my heart.

i couldn't agree more. gail ann dorsey absolutely ruled. i've got
to get some of her stuff. i'd seen jane siberry before -- she
opened for over the rhine at their two big christmas shows. i
met her on the second night and she was very kind. she even
autographed my copy of "child". i heard it straight from an
absolutely huge jane fan that the one to get of her's is "maria",
if any of you are interested.

> power of two--it rawks.

that song was the second most amazing part of the evening. i
loved the upbeat version and i got chills listening to everyone
on stage and the crowd all sing along.

> love is everything--the lovely jane...and the lovely jill
> telling off the crowd before it starts, when they just wouldn't
> be quiet...you go girl.

... and that song was also beautiful and awe inspiring. jane was
right on with this one and her "precious candle" spoken word
piece (the 20 minute one that she only did part of -- the piece
can be found in its entirety on her "child" cd).

> mystery--i lost the last verse of this on my boot, but the
> crowd sing-along is one of the most beautiful things i've heard
> in a long time...girl-scout singalong around the campfire with
> 800 of your closest friends.  was it this song, or one of the
> other songs, where amy just mouthed the words and watched, with
> this amazed look in her eye?

talk about chills ... was i the only one in the place sappy
enough to get tears in my eyes? this was the highlight of the
evening. at this point, i didn't want the show to end.

> midnight train to georgia--out of tape and out of film, i
> happily sang along, and threw myself into this song.

this was also amazing. gail ann dorsey really lent herself to
this one and made it even better.

> karen, jill, mel, et. all, i hope that you arrived home safely
> and got a good night sleep.  i will let you know how my pix
> turn out...lovely erin, thanks again for the directions.

happy to help. :-)

btw, how many of you were forced to endure the preacher with the
mannequin on the corner while waiting in line???? woah! was he
ever out there! but, while being forced to listen to his
ramblings, we were also treated to an amy and emily sighting as
they made their way down the street, presumably toward that
indian restaurant!

oh, and one last thing -- karen, thanks for the boots!

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votes for the te shirt are until 9 00 tonight. please vote for the choice
that you like. your say is important. the two choices again are

kind friends & intimate strangers
intimate strangers.

msinghaus@msmisp.com  with your vote. missy

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hey y'all,

i left town ( and the list!) for a week and when i came back, my ig stock on
the rogue market had risen from around $12 a share to $158!!!!  anybody know
what happened?  obviously, i'm not complaining, just curious :-)  ig is now
trading higher than michael jordan!

peace,

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and how could i forget...

amy saying, "we're going to play a song by jane siberry now, 'cause
she's the shit."

i love the mutual admiration thing going on between all of the artists
(especially the part where jane plants a big ol' kiss on lourdes's lips
at the end of "tengo la vida").  and the one song, towards the end of
the show, ("precious child" or one of gail ann dorsey's songs...someone
help me out here), when amy sat on a step or a stool off to the far back
edge of the stage and kept time with a shaker.  watching artists watch
other artists, especially when they have such diverse styles and
personas as the women in this tour, is almost (if not more) fun than
watching the artists themselves.  and i can't help but think back to the
liner notes for 1200 curfews, when amy's comment on midnight train to
georgia read, "fish out of water."  some three-odd years later, she's up
there singing and doing all the hand movements along with emily and gail
ann dorsey.  its so wonderful to watch people who have such an influence
on my life (and, i suspect, on a lot of other lives out there) grow and
change, instead of sitting in the relative comfort of the style or
persona that brought them their earlier commercial success.  for emily
to rock out as much as she has in the three shows i've seen in the past
week, for amy to dig jane siberry, for any of these women to be sharing
the stage with any of the other, let alone all ten of them at once, is a
powerful statement (i'm not sure its meant to be read as a statement,
i'm not sure that i even want to read it as a statement, to get into
this game of deconstructing every nuance or twitch into being a
political or social or artistic statment, but it nonetheless is one of
the things i take away from the shows).  makes me want to go find (or
found) an artists' collective, or a writing group, or a group of any
sort to bounce ideas and rambling creativity and dig each other's
individual (and collective) groove.)  makes me want to pick up my darn
guitar, and put on my ballet shoes, and unpack my oil pastels, and open
my pen and my notebook, and unlock my voice, and just live and live and
let it all out...you know, i always say all these things, but then
within a couple of weeks, drift back into the same semi-complacency with
the status quo--writing on lunch breaks, playing guitar late at night
with the 10:00 news on mute.  so if anyone has any ideas for how a
post-college creative sort with an open mind, almost no connections in
any sort of arts community, and a stack of journals full of poems and
songs, can do something instead of just sitting in my room and filling
my journals, i'd love to hear them.

well, back to mass-mailing.

hugs and peaches,
shelley

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 15:47:01 edt
reply-to:     mnoelm@aol.com
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in a message dated 98-08-31 15:36:18 edt, you write:

<< what is rogue stock...okay, i have to admit that i'm a junior in high
school and don't know much, but what?? is there an internet site or something
in the newspaper i can refer to? >>
hey y'all,

i forgot that there have been a lot of new people on the list lately who might
not know about the market, so here goes:
******************************************************************************
****************
(reprinted without permission from the rogue market site at
http://www.roguemarket.com.)

welcome to the rogue market!

the rogue market is the place where fame is bought and sold. the place where
you can join the feeding frenzy of popular culture.

and best of all, its free, and you can win prizes.

in the wild world of personalities, the rogue market has it all. this is the
world's first stock market that lets you share in our celebrity-saturated
society. is someone riding the gravy train to stardom? or is yesterday's media
darling about to crash and burn? who cares, you can profit either way!

this is also the place for the best satirical writing about our most
ridiculous newsmakers. truth is often stranger than fiction, and we challenge
you to tell the difference. finally, the rogue market is also about you. your
inside information, your groundless speculation, and your idle rumors and
innuendo.

the rogue market will change the way you look at fame. it's a minute-by-minute
poll of who's hot and who's not. with trading in more than 1300 celebrities,
the rogue market spares no one. it will make you a shareholder in our culture.
so register and start trading now.
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peace,

pam

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 14:52:52 -0500
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hi there!  i know this is way past, but i thought i'd add my two cents on
the milwaukee show, before the details vanish from my memory.

first let me say that i went into this concert with some trepidation.  i
wasn't exactly thrilled with my last ig concert (i know, there *are* no
indigo girls on sst!).  it was hte and i found it to be a little preachy.
also, i'm beginning to think i'm too old for rock concerts.

i was less than thrilled with the selection of pre-concert "music" which
consisted of stuff so loud and distorted i couldn't even tell what it was.
things only got worse once shonen knife came on.  they seemed to be a fair
version of power pop but the sound was so awful, i couldn't really hear
them.  their cover of "daydream believer" was kind of cool, though.  my
friend and i spent most of their set complaining about the sound giving us
a headache.

between sets came the horrible thrash-like music again.

when the show finally started jane siberry sang a song that was so quiet, i
could hardly hear her.  it wasn't her fault.  the pre-concert festivities
seemed to prime the crowd for a different type of show.  not a smart move.
people were smoking right next to me and one group talked constantly.  i
couldn't figure out why they would pay $24.00 to get into a show and then
do nothing but smoke, talk and drink.   wouldn't a bar be cheaper?

okay, i'm done complaining.  all in all, it left me with a good impression.
i had half a mind to jump into the car and go to minneapolis for the next
show.  some highlights:  the obvious affection and admiration between rose
polenzani and amy, power of two, midnight train to georgia (nice to see amy
get into it!) and go.  i can't think of anyone i didn't like.  even the
offbeat jean smith was entrancing.  and i loved thalla zedek's verse on go.

if anyone has a sst boot, especially the milwaukee show, i'd love to have
one.  also, i'm looking for a newport boot.

i have one copy of the whole acoustic cafe show.  it is good quality, but
includes commercials.  i'm not planning to make any copies of it.  the
first person to email me with their interest can have the original.
if you want a copy of the ig part of the show, please let me know by
friday.  i've been inundated and i'll have to draw the line somewhere.
thanks!!


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and everything, everything sounds like harmony
                 ---e. cooper seay, "like a woman"

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 16:02:43 edt
reply-to:     jamik@juno.com
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hello all.
i was kicked off the list while on my roadtrip.
if anyone emailed me after aug. 26, i never received it.
this week kicked.  that's all i have to say really.
everything's been covered i'm sure.
mel....email me....need your addy.
marivel is the queen of the road!
shout outs to everyone else.
jami

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 16:12:38 -0400
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hey y'all...

i have a full cincinatti setlist (signed by lots of suffragettes and sulli
and mark aka chickenman!!!!!!).  i will post it later.  it is in my car
now.  anyway, i need to run and pick up my roll of film from the store (1
hour baby!) so i must also see how my pictures turned out.

oh, and jilly and i booted the show and it came out really great.  but do
not e-mail us yet...we're not ready to tree it quite yet.  more to come on
that later...

but i agree with what others have posted.  the show rocked.  we were in
the first row (thanks to mel south who got there at 11am and saved us a
place in line!!!), like 5 feet from amy, emily, and thalia (hi jilly!).
and jane siberry rocks my world now, just thought i'd share.

afterwards we went out back and got more pics and setlists (don richards,
e-mail me, i lost your addy and i can not get e-mail to you.  sulli has a
message for deidre!!!!) and talked to sulli and mark (aka chickenman...he
is great!).  we also met some of the suffragettes and they signed my
setlist.  having emily sign seemed a bit trivial., maybe it is b/c i had
already met her 2 times and i really wanted to talk to jane, but
nonetheless, em signed it also (i love her smile!).

and other listees:  erin (the lovely one), lisa, barb, twink, don, deidre
(!), shelley, mel (did you get home okay?), and whoever else i missed, it
was great seeing y'all!

and jilly and i made it back to my place very safely and crashed...

okay, setlist will be posted later!

love,
karen :-)

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subject:      ss

hello all.
i was kicked off the list while on my roadtrip.
if anyone emailed me after aug. 26, i never received it.
this week kicked.  that's all i have to say really.
everything's been covered i'm sure.
mel....email me....need your addy.
marivel is the queen of the road!
shout outs to everyone else.
jami

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sorry to post to the whole list but i wanted to reach all the chicagoans
i met at ss..the old towne school of folk music show with joni mitchell
and peter yallow is sold out......
i called and was sorry to hear..but on the other hand...tix were $5000
each <gulp>
a little steep..even for me....
of course karrie....if you'll reconsider....i'll try to get one...but
you know what that means ;)

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hey!  would anyone who is going to the ny, philadelphia, or va beach
(probably too late) sst show be willing to buy me a poster?  last nighht
at cinci, they were sold out.  i'd gladly pay for the poster and for
postage.  thanks a lot!

love,
karen :-)

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the lovely erin wrote:


> i heard it straight from an
>absolutely huge jane fan that the one to get of her's is "maria",
>if any of you are interested.
>


which i just went and bought about 3 hours ago.  it has that 20 minute
song dealy on it, but i liked it the way she sang it last night better
than how it's on the cd.  does anyone know if the one on "maria" is the
same thing as on "child"?


> but, while being forced to listen to his
>ramblings, we were also treated to an amy and emily sighting as
>they made their way down the street, presumably toward that
>indian restaurant!
>

what!?  thanks for telling me!  (dripping with sarcasm)  i somehow
always manage to miss everything.  was i daydreaming or something at
that moment??


i really enjoyed hearing "go".  i kinda like it better the old way, but
that might be just because that's how i'm used to it.  but i absolutely
loved power of two.  i think that was the highlight for me.  cannonball
was really fun, too.


liz <---wondering how she can get so many bruises from one concert

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  i would also be interested in finding such a tape,  there are so many
covers that people have told that the girls have done, and i'd really
love to hear them all.  so if someone made such a tape please step
forward... thanks...

kate

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 15:16:00 -0700
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ahhh!  so i just got back from iowa...spent the night near cleveland
last night...and work starts all over again tomorrow...*sigh*

i'm sitting here trying to go thru email - tons o stuff ya know?
whoa.  but really this is so relaxing - im listening to amy and emily
on acoustic cafe...shit. they rock.  how cool is this - as i listen to
them...my mind wanders back to the various concerts ive been to this
summer...to the people i've met - to the countryside i've seen.  what
a good summer.  (and i'm feeling so sappy/happy right now!)

i'm still encouraging my mom and dad to listen to ig...i think it's
working...my mom has her own tape - and my dad is very curious...this
is a good thing.

my mom and i rented a 98 vw bug the other day...red - it looked like a
bright red gumball - later that day...a jeep cherokee hit us!  so yea,
we totalled a 98 bug...whoa.  what a sad sight...but - *we* are
ok...and that's what matters the most...unfortunately, the airbags
didnt help us out any...but we do love the car...(ok off the ig
point...but it's so much on my mind...)

anyhoo...i've got more to say - but i hey - dont wanna bore ya! heehee

thanks for the info on acoustic cafe - i'm off to catch up w list mail
from the past week and a half -

rock on,

sunny


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hey y'all!! i'm hoping you can help me out here, cuz i've got limited
net-know-how, and even more limited time (i'm leaving israel for the
states in a week - and i've got two finals and a ton of errands to
do....busybusybusy-stressstressstress)
my question:
so, ani's playing in santa barbara oct. 16th, and i want to be front row
center if at all possible.  but 1) i don't know how to go about finding
where to order tickets over the internet, if that's even possible and 2)
i've heard that ticketbastard gives, like, random seating, and you can't
request and stuff... not a "first come, first served" type policy.
this true?  anyone have any info or help to offer?
i would be most grateful!!!

no rumors of ig being in california sept-octoberish, is there?  sigh.
never is.
thanks, y'all!!

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in a message dated 98-08-13 06:24:52 edt, you write:

<< hey folks,

i was just wondering, does anyone know what the names of the people on
the back of the ellen james society's cd "the survivors parade" are?
just one of those random questions >>

well, we're not really sure, but perhaps it's people from the mailing list or
something.  that's my gf's take on it.  she bought the cd a long time ago and
was looking at the names and found that she's one of them!  that's the only
hypothesis she has... pax, sarah

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reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

here is the article from the milwaukee journal sentinel
that monique mentioned - if you want to read it online,
it's at:
http://www.jsonline.com/letsgo/daily/0829suff.stm

cheers,
sherlyn

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'sessions' tour shows variety
shonen knife, big band are impressive, though show still has
some bugs

by rob elder
of the journal sentinel staff
august 29, 1998

it was an oddly fitting choice that japanese popsters shonen
knife opened the genre-hopping suffragette sessions tour on
thursday night at the rave.

the tour features an amalgam femband, playing songs from each
of its member's respective bands, styles and personal songbooks.
the suffragette sessions band is composed of (big inhale): the
indigo girls, jane siberry, lisa germano, drummer kate
schellenbach of luscious jackson, lourdes perez, thalla zedek of
come, josephine wiggs of the breeders, jean smith of mecca
normal, and gail ann dorsey. whew.

but cutting into the night first was shonen knife. the trio from
osaka, japan, wooed the near-capacity audience with its punk-pop
riffs and set list peppered with american cover tunes. shonen
knife's rendition of the monkees' "daydream believer" was
particularly catchy. once called "bored housewives" by spin
magazine, the ladies proved that they were anything but, as they
tore through an impressively energetic set.

more than halfway through its 12 dates, the tour hasn't worked
out all the bugs. understandably so, as the stage has to hold 10
musicians at a time. however, the crowd still had to wait 40
minutes after shonen's knife's set before the next song.

jane siberry provided that song -- a slow, wispy ballad called
"the beginning of time." siberry's high, melodic voice and
backing guitar line were clouded, however, by a noisy crowd
whose adoration turned to rudeness when siberry couldn't be
heard. later, she made a joke of it when perez was praising her
for the song, adding "basically inaudible" to perez's list of
compliments.

using sheet music and changing stage arrangements after each
song, the sessions seemed less like a concert and more like a
variety show. there was no ebb and flow of songs, but rather:
start, finish, introduce, rearrange, start again.

strengths in the show, however, were many. when individual bands
play, their set lists are usually an up-and-down of lesser songs
supported by hits. not so with this tour. each song was a
performance unto itself, contrasting with its predecessor and
shining with a voice all its own. songs seem to have been chosen
with the "showcasing" effect in mind. lisa germano benefited
most from this arrangement, with her moody piano on "wood
floors."

siberry also added a wonderful upper-register to the indigo
girls' harmonies. although the three-guitar, heavy-handed
rendition of luscious jackson's "under your skin" fell flat,
highlights were a spanish ensemble song, "tengo la vida," led by
perez, and a cover of the breeders' "cannonball."

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hey y'all--
  let me just say that the cincy show was awesome!!  i saw some list members,
but man..i am shy!!  i was just wondering about buffalo daughter..(was anyone
at sudsy's on friday night?)  anyway, for those of you who've seen them, what
are they like?  shonen knife were cute, although i couldn't hear what they
were saying at times; i'm gonna have to make myself one of those outfits.....

oh!  what did dierdre (?)  give to the gals?
lauren

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 20:16:58 -0400
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okay, this is straight from the cincinatti setlist that mark gave me:

under your skin
roll the dice
gabrielle
way below...radio
soon to be...(auggggg!  what is the full title of this??????)
chez virtue
cimarron
go go go
vestigios
wood floors (note:  i love wood floors!  beautiful song!)
pullin a cloud
tengo la vida (yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
love...everything
faye tucket
power of two!!!!!!!!!  :-)
oh my my
cannonball (!)
ziggy
mystery
georgia

gotta love the abberviations!  anyway, now you lucky nyc and philly people
will have some clue on what to expect!

love,
karen :-)

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 17:42:12 pdt
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>here is a small article found in aug 26 clev plain dealer backstage
pass
>section written by jane scott.  isn't someone on the list's daughter
deidre
>richards?  (sware i saw a post where someone said they took their
friends
>nine year old to the bathroom at the odeon and then lost their spot.)
>
>she was emily saliers of the indigo girls, the duo that sponsored the
>intriguing suffragette sessions tour that night.  deidre richards, 9,
of
>stow, oh, brought saliers a 18" tall singing sunflower "because her
nickname
>is sunny," she said.

heh.  uhm, yeah.  jane scott is so very senile.  why the plain dealer
has a senior citizen as their rock writer, i'll never know...
anyways, i gave her the story, and, after repeating the facts several
times, i thought she had it.  guess not.  what happened was this:  she
saw amy give deidre an autograph, which read "thanks for the sunflower."
i told her was how deeds and a bunch of ohio fans gave ig a singing
sunflower at columbus lilith, and that's what the autograph was about...
then i explained that we gave the sunflower partially because em's
nickname is sunny.  "oh," said jane, "is she the brunette who was
sigining the autographs?"  "no," i told her (twice), "she's the
red-headed one."  sigh.

jill
and yeah, that was me and deeds who had to plow our way back to our
spots after running to the bathroom.  fun.

>goes on about lisa germano and thalia zedek and how they prevent
burnout.
>wierd.


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casey said
>    i bought a t-shirt and a poster ($15 and $3 respectively, i love =
>that they keep prices down)

hm, then why is it that i was charged *$10* for my poster, in
cleveland?!

jill


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hey folks,

here's the article that monique mentioned, from the
minneapolis star tribune.  if you want to see it
online, the url is:
http://webserv1.startribune.com/cgi-bin/stonline/article?thisslug=loc28&date=28-aug-98&word=suffragette&word=suffragettes
(that's all on one line...)

cheers,
sherlyn

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published friday, august 28, 1998

all-female suffragette tour owes debt to dylan, lilith fair
vickie gilmer / star tribune

it's no surprise that the indigo girls have dubbed their female
tour de force the suffragette sessions tour (sst). like the
suffragette movement that worked to win women the right to vote,
the indigos are proud to wave the flag of equality in the realm
of rock 'n' roll, championing women's rights with the same
fervor they bring to their folk-hued pop songs.

lilith fair may have helped bring female folkies into the
mainstream, while the spice girls sold the concept of girl
power, but the indigos have long held on to their woman prowess
with brazen fierceness.

tring to balance vision, art and melody, the grammy-winning
duo -- emily saliers and amy ray -- landed upon the concept of
sst, loosely based on bob dylan's infamous 1975-76 rolling
thunder revue.

"we specifically wanted it to be a rock club tour and make it
seriously grass-roots all the way around," says ray of sst,
which visits first avenue tonight. "the idea was to take the
singers in a band that are songwriters -- people that don't
have their own identity necessarily -- and play outside of the
roles."

as with dylan's tour, ray wanted to blur the lines between
performers, genres and audiences, making sst an event
noteworthy not only for its talent but for its ability to work
in a communal manner.

taking their experience from touring with lilith and stripping
it down to its rock 'n' roll bones, the indigos enlisted a wide
array of musicians for sst -- all of whom will perform together
onstage, taking turns highlighting each player's music. ray's
eclectic tastes led her to solicit such artists as hole, l7 and
ani difranco -- but all were too busy to join sst.

"it's not a glamorous tour," ray says. "the ticket [price is]
low; we want to break even and give everybody some money. a lot
of the people on the tour are worried about making money.
they're working-class musicians, and they've never really been
given the credit they deserve."

such an estrogen-heavy lineup can have its drawbacks because it
can narrowcast the entire event. "i'm trying to understand the
all-woman thing," says singer-instrumentalist lisa germano.
"there is something that's good about it, but i fight being put
in a box or being separatists. i like being together, i like
the revue, but i can see having men, too. "

ray isn't uncomfortable with the all-female lineup and feels
that this is just a more visible collaboration of touring
female musicians.

"the suffragettes tour is all women, and lilith is not," ray
says. "lilith is great; i'm a big fan. we had this idea for a
long time, and lilith helped solidify the feeling of playing
with a lot of people. it's definitely not a reaction against
it."

tonight's lineup:

  indigo girls: these georgians are as peachy as they are
cheeky, building a successful career on their soft pop-folk
sound and emotionally tough feminine assertions without
forgoing their leftist politics.

  lisa germano: an eloquent multi-instrumentalist whose solo
records are fleeting, billowy arrangements that lurk on the
dark edges of one's consciousness, germano may be the most
diverse talent on the tour, able to play violin, piano or
mandolin, and sing with rock bravado or fearful self-doubt.

  thalia zedek: queen of the indie scene, she is the
frontwoman of come's damaged blues, possessing a voice that
can chill with a voodoo witch's black magic, or compel with
sensuality.

  jane siberry: this thoughtful canadian chanteuse, equally
adept at folk, pop, jazz and torch songs, will bring a
refined eloquence to sst's loose-limbed vibe.

  kate schellenbach: the drummer for luscious jackson,
she'll contribute a gritty backbeat.

  lourdes perez: relatively unknown to u.s. audiences, perez
is a puerto rican whom the indigos discovered in austin,
texas. her deep contralto and string-based folk-pop songs
draw on traditions of her homeland.

  gail ann dorsey: best known for her stint as bassist in
david bowie's band, she is schooled in r&b and soul, and her
style carries a comforting warmth as well as an ability to
push the boundaries.

  jean smith: a poet and vocalist, she works in the band
mecca normal, marrying literate, intense wordplay with a
somewhat abrasive sonic onslaught. her repertoire on sst will
include spoken-word pieces.

  josephine wiggs: leaving perfect disaster, wiggs joined the
breeders, providing the rhythm anchor. she's since gone solo,
displaying a style that's supple, intellectual and assured.

copyright 1998 star tribune. all rights reserved.

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 21:19:33 edt
reply-to:     wmntime@aol.com
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subject:      amy ray's picture in teen people!
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well, normally i wouldn't buy teen people--i bought my last teen magazine
around 1980--but--i happened to be online (oops, on line, two words - lol) at
the supermarket and saw that there was an article on lilith fair in the
october 1998 issue.  it's actually a bunch of pictures, one of which is a very
nice one of amy ray!

there's also an "as told to" article by ellen degeneres about being gay, which
i haven't read yet.

it's the october 1998 teen people with the singer usher and his dog on the
cover.

flipping through the magazine, i found myself impressed--it's actually more
interesting than the regular people magazine and it's interesting to see what
is being marketed to teenagers these days.

wmntime

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 18:29:44 pdt
reply-to:     swamp ophelia <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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subject:      i'll bribe ya for thalia photographs
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everybody going to any of these few remaining sst shows, or anybody who
already has:

if you take a camera,
please please please
take a coupla photos, or three, or five, or twenty
of the oh-so-lovely black-haired
and clarinet-playing,
guitar-rocking
thalia zedek.

for me.

please? my camera broke, and i didn't discover this until i was waiting
in line in cincy. :,( (lookee, jilly's crying, don't you wanna make her
feel better? <sniffle>)

anyone feeling especially nice can take a whole bunch and i'll reimburse
you for any expenses you'll incur in the process (i.e. film, processing,
stamps, etc.)

if anyone wound up taking some shots of her already, could you let me
know, and i'll send you some $$ and a sase? and a biiiig kiss?

but wait.  here's the bribe:
if you send me thalia pix, i'll send you boots. or whatever you want.

sound good?

hoping, hoping...
jilly

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okay, i booted cincy. problem is: on certain parts you can hear my
necklaces clinking together (like during that rockin' drumming on
cimarron, and basically any other time ms. zedek was doing *something*
on stage) when i couldn't resist and had to spaz out and dance.

the woman who stood behind me also booted it, and i got her email addy.
i also heard from another listee who's got a recording, and karen got
the addy of the woman next to her, who booted it too.  so there's at
least 4 recordings of the cincinnati suffragette show out there.  my
question is-- how do we master these?  my boot is damn good, on the
quieter songs, but, alas, i would like to splice in someone else's
cimarron.  and cannonball.  oy vey.  (note to future booters:  do not
headbang while booting.  heh.)

privately email me please... if you can help...  rick?  deb?

btw-- also got a boot of the soundcheck!  taped it from the *street*,
with the recorder on the ground, picking up the noise coming from the
crack under the door... sounds amazingly good, considering :)

(do not email me yet to tell me you want a copy of it.  it'll be treed,
don't worry your pretty little heads about that, and there'll be an
announcement.  so just be patient :))

jill


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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 21:57:39 -0400
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              98 07:47:07 pm
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yup, it's actually is people who were on their mailing list and quite a few
used to post regularly to this list a long time ago...when ejs was still a
band.
mike r.
*who is still bitter that he had to sit through the roaches in december 1992
in boston when ejs had openend almost every show on that tour*

8^)

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hey.  i'm from atlanta, but i'm working in texas, near houston, right now.
while listening to the radio today, i heard...

shawn mullins: i have listened to shawn mullins' music for about 1 year now.
(he's from atlanta; he plays the atlanta folk crowd.  he's been indie for
about 9 years down there in georgia.)  the point is though, i heard his song
"rock-a-bye" today on the radio, and this radio station that i was listening
to isn't some college alternative station....it's a top-40, quasi-alternative
station.  he finally made it, i think, and i know he deserves all the
attention...check out his new cd "soul's core."

-chee

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>"i spoke with michele, the ig's sound engineer, the other night
>concerning the taping policy. i explained my ig fan "credentials" so
>that she would know that i am a longtime fan, and not a bootlegger. she
>said they no longer allow it."

my input:  i stood front row center last night at bogart's (cincinnati).
there was no security staff in front of us, in that space btwn. the wall
and the stage, so i just held my recorder in my hands, right out over
the wall.  i held it out to them as they were singing.  emily saw me and
didn't care, or seemed like she didn't. and if it was bothering her, she
would've communicated this somehow (she was communicating other things
with us, and me, so i figure she would've said or done something about
it), i'm thinking.  so hrm.

jill

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incase you didn't get in before 9:00 i decided to extend the voting a
little longer to give more people a say since this will be the name of the
list shirts. i think everyone should give me their vote to which one they
think should be the name. the vote is extended until weds. noon. the
choices are again.

kind friends and intimate strangers

intimate strangers

all votes go to me at msinghaus@msmisp.com

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subject:      chicago tribune writer dork loser
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that chicago tribune weenie wrote:
to watch the indigo girls and schellenbach backing come's thalia zedek
during one of the evening's livelier numbers was a wonder to behold.
after all, who would have thought the indigo girls even knew who come
is?

let me repeat what i bellowed after last night's rendition of go:
amy ray
is a
punk
rocker.

she knew damn well who come is.

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hey all--

michelle penn, a friend of sulli's, is a musician...
she'll be playing in michigan soon, go check her out.  carol and i
talked to her after the detroit show, and she's sooo nice :).  and hey,
how often do you hear the words "atlanta musician" and "bad" in the same
sentence?  heh.  you got it.  go see her.

>thursday, september 3
>magic bag theater, ferndale, mi
>doors @ 8 p.m.
>opening for the connells


jill

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michael reynolds wrote:
>
> yup, it's actually is people who were on their mailing list and quite a few
> used to post regularly to this list a long time ago...

yep, it's the ejs mailing list folks on the back of the cd...
some of us who're listed still post here...
notice, that wendy bucklew is also listed... obviously a fan herself!

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from the mpls star tribune:

"ray's eclectic tastes led her to solicit such artists as hole, l7 and
ani difranco..."

see, i told you: amy ray is a punk rocker.

hee.

and if thalia is "queen of the indie scene," why had i never heard of
her before this tour? why is she getting no indie airplay?  why no indie
publicity?  grrr.

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hey all!

i just want to add .02 to this issue.

.01) sure it seems that more then 57 could vote for the "the name" that will
be on the shirts we plan to order for the list.  it is true, however, that if
you are ok with both or either names, then voting might be unnecessary.  i
voted, yes, but besides my fear that "kind friend" may be copywrited, either
is fine with me.

.02) this should be fun and unstressful!  let's enjoy ourselves and not get
all hung up on what we are called or what color the shirts are.  and if people
want to lurk and just follow the flow of those of us who have big fingers and
post to the list often, then who are we to pull them from their dark holes.

i just adore this list and want a t-shirt, but would never ask anyone else to
care if they don't!

babs
(trust me...... this is not a flame, just an innocent observation!)

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i just want this to be fun too and wanted everyone to get in. you can vote
either. that is fine to me. sorry for not mentioning it before.

now with the boots. i have no idea how to make them better but if you use a
good microphone it should pick up where ever you are. missy

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 23:13:29 -0400
reply-to:     indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
subject:      cinci boot!
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jill is so right...our boot sounds good except for jill's necklace
clanking and my off key singing to power of 2.  if we could just fix those
slight problems, i'd venture to say that it is almost as good quality as
the second warfield show.  as soon as she gets it on one tape, we'll start
forming a tree.  oh, and the soundcheck sounds damn good also (ha ha, that
is one good taperecorder since the soundcheck was taped from underneath
the door!)

love,
karen :-)

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 23:19:29 -0400
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from:         adia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      regards from lamia


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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 20:25:57 pdt
reply-to:     lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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from:         lamia difranco <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
subject:      reversing hour
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ok when daemon had their sale i got the reversing hour cd life without
television. i opened it, listened to it twice, and decided, i really
don't like it much.
their style reminds me of a mellow jefferson airplane kinda thing or
iron butterfly/inagaddadavida. some funky organ stuff which i actually
like that kind of thing and thought i would like the cd but i don't! :p
you can hear sound clips here:
http://monsterbit.com/daemon/daemonav.html
and check out what it says about them here:
http://monsterbit.com/daemon/rhour.html

i just want to trade this for something. another cd someone doesn't
want? something daemon or indigoesque...kristen hall maybe? a couple
bootlegs of someone? a cd-r? something..

*hugs*

lamia
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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 23:35:50 edt
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subject:      re: ig stance on taping (kinda important)
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in a message dated 8/31/98 11:27:30 pm eastern daylight time,
jillyc@hotmail.com writes:

<< she was communicating other things with us, and me >>

like what:

a) meet all of us after the show for a beer.

b) are you stalking us?

c) my room number is 115....

d) all of the above

e) none of the above

:-)

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subject:      ok nyc folks!  lets rock!!!
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ok friends!!!

if you are going to the last and best suffragette session in nyc this
thursday, at irving plaza (venue change) , it would be cool if we could all
get together at the show.

i am not sure what i shall be wearing yet, but i plan to be there early as i
can to hang out in line so i can see all the comings and goings as well as get
a great spot inside for the show.

i know this will be a special night, and it is something i have been dreaming
about for months now!  all the reviews and posts over the past few weeks have
made me feel alive with anticipation!  i look at my tickets each day just to
see if they are real. (and make sure i have not lost them!)

kris, erica, and i will be there and i think chloe too!

i would love to see all the shiny list faces!!!  lets rock nyc!!!

babs

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date:         mon, 31 aug 1998 20:43:26 pdt
reply-to:     swamp ophelia <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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subject:      setlist abbreviations and cimarron definition
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from the cincy setlist:
>gabrielle
i've seen this posted as gabriel (which would make it about a male, so
the spelling is important here.. don't know which is right)

>way below...radio
way below the radio

>soon to be...(auggggg!  what is the full title of this??????)
soon (to) be nothing

>chez virtue
(but if you listen to the song, she sings "virtue chez", which actually
makes no sense in french... chez virtue is the correct grammar)

>cimarron
this is the "don't talk to meeeeeeeeee" song that thalia does (i'm
trying to mention her in every post, can you tell?).  i thought it was
pale light.  it is not.  it's cimarron.
fyi:  courtesy of the world book encyclopedia dictionary:
cimarron-- (sim' e ron) (that 'e' is an upside-down one-- what's that, a
schwa? no schwa key on my computer), n. southwestern u.s.. the bighorn
or rocky mountain sheep [<american spanish "cimarron",   'wild,
untamed.'  compare maroon].

>oh my my
this is the excerpt from that 20-min long piece.  great in performance.
what's those 3 most important words?  go *what* yourself?! awww yeahhh.
(and jane in the background: "finger it, finger it, finger it")

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