lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-09d


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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 00:10:47 edt
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from:         "timothy j. baldwin" <lythande99@aol.com>
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pooh wrote:

> so...whats a girl to do? go with the "correct" car ( after all..subaru
>  is the sponsor of the rainbow visa credit card..
>  or go with a dependable, reliable cheaper  vehicle that i know will last
>  ( i have a '79  cj7 thats still kicks butt) and support a manufacturer
>  who needs to improve their social awareness?
>  any comments?

hey, the manufacturer already got their pound of flesh from the first
suc....er, owner...

(i'm sure subaru's sponsorship has more to do with their bottom line than with
any heightened social awareness, but i'm driving an '89 justy with over 100k
miles on it that i bought from a lesbian friend).....

maybe you could buy the less expensive vehicle and use the money you saved for
a worthy cause.....

happy motoring....
tim

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 00:43:48 edt
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subject:      jane siberry recommendations? nigc
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hey everyone--

i just bought my first jane siberry cd --"when i was a boy".  i know that she
has more cds out, i saw a couple of them at the music store where i purchased
this one.  i was wondering how other people who are familiar with her music
would rank this cd in comparison to her others.  if anyone could recommend any
of her other cds that i should buy that would be great.  i'm just wondering if
all of her music has basically the same sound or if they're all somewhat
different.  so if anyone has any input, please let me know.  thanx so much!!
e-mail me at ginacam@aol.com
--gina :)

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date:         mon, 21 sep 1998 22:15:50 pdt
reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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from:         swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
subject:      shawn mullins boot offer
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hey all--
i booted shawn's 9/21 show at wilbert's, in cleveland.  :) (which just
ended... liiiiike... 2 hours ago-- how's that for turnaround?)
very nice quality, if not for a bit too much bass.  (dat julie goil!)
'twill fit on a 74-min. tape.
email privately if interested.

jill
p.s. he does a mean chef (south park?  anyone?) impression ;)


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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 01:18:01 edt
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in a message dated 9/22/98, 12:45:54 am, ginacam@aol.com writes:
<< if anyone could recommend any
of her other cds that i should buy that would be great.  i'm just wondering if
all of her music has basically the same sound or if they're all somewhat
different.  so if anyone has any input, please let me know>>

don't know a thing about jane siberry...but what you could do, if you're
interested in lyrics or have real audio installed, is go to
www.lyrics.ch/search.html and type in her name under artist. when the list
comes up, you can check the lyrics, or, if you have real audio, click on
buy/listen next to her name on the far left column and it brings up a list of
all her cds, some of which have samples on them.
mick

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date:         mon, 21 sep 1998 22:19:25 pdt
reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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subject:      oh yeah... mullins' next stop...
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shawn's gonna be in detroit tuesday night.  so sayeth the mightiest
teensy bass player i've ever seen.  hadn't seen that show  mentioned
here.  anyways.  don't know which club or when.  but it's all about
detroit. tuesday.

and then they're goin' to oregon... portland, i think was what julie
said.

jill

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 01:32:13 edt
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i'm sure this has already been brough up at some point, but does anyone know
the significance of the hand tatoo on amy's upper arm? what do the symbols
mean, etc? thanks.
mick

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 01:41:25 edt
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from:         lynn van fossen <tahmehawk@aol.com>
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in a message dated 98-09-22 01:33:34 edt, mickmcc@aol.com writes:

<< i'm sure this has already been brough up at some point, but does anyone
know
the significance of the hand tatoo on amy's upper arm? >>

i'm sure this is old territory, but i'm curious about it too.   when i first
looked at it, i thought it looks like an indian symbol....am i on the right
track?

lynn   :-)     <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">
tahmehawk's place</a>

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 09:19:22 -0400
reply-to:     jeri humphries <jah13@arches.uga.edu>
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subject:      re: amy's tatoo
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didn't amy explain its meaning on the uptown video? i know i have seen
her explain it's significance b/f. i know that it is on the page of
faq's owned by sheryln koo.
jeri

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 08:53:21 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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from:         "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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if anyone loved the live version of the breeder's "cannonball" at the suff.
sessions as much as i did, buy their cd "last splash." it rocks!!!! i've
been wanting to try listening to them for a while, i'm so glad ss offerred
me a sample so i didn't have to go out and by a cd sight unseen, so to
speak.

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 11:23:01 -0400
reply-to:     jeri humphries <jah13@arches.uga.edu>
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what happened to the ig list tshirts? did anyone decide on a print?
just wondering what happened to it. thanks,
jeri

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 12:57:25 -0400
reply-to:     lisa m kreutter <lmk5@acsu.buffalo.edu>
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from:         lisa m kreutter <lmk5@acsu.buffalo.edu>
subject:      miscellaneous, cool cd
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well, this is my first time using the list, as i just subscribed, but the
conversations have been really interesting so far.  did anyone find out
the significance behind amy's tattoo?

the reason that i was writing was because i ordered a really cool cd from
the following website:  http://www.feminist.org.  there is a store icon
for placing orders.  it has the ig on it, as well as some other
interesting musicians.  it was like $17 with shipping and handling, but
i'm not sure that it could be found just anywhere.  below is a general
description of the cd from the website:

women, live from mountain stage cd
product code: g3
description: women, live from mountain stage cd
price: $13.98
women, live from mountain stage. feminists of all ages will enjoy this cd
compilation of women musicians. features joan baez, the indigo girls,k.d.
lang, ani difranco, emmylou harris, ann and nancy wilson, jill sobule,
heather eatman, dar williams, kennedy rose, victoria williams,and shelby
lynne.

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 11:06:27 pdt
reply-to:     black dove <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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subject:      re: funky poem/ig song compiliation
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this is so great!! anna did you do this?? wow i love it! :)

*hugs*

lamia


"i sometimes forget i'm not 7'2" and a viking."
--tori amos

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 11:27:45 pdt
reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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subject:      nigc-- autographed s. mullins poster up for grabs
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hey guys--
i snagged an extra poster at shawn's show last night, got it autographed
by the whole band (shawn, julie da bassist, david-of-the-curly-hair,
kevin the shiny happy drummer, marty the converse-wearing keyboard dude,
and even kirk, mister-cool-tech-guy).

i am tossing this poster up for grabs to this list only! (don't you feel
special?).  you big *big* big shawn mullins fans have 24 hours (that's
until 2:20pm eastern time wednesday) to reply to this message. i will
write your names down and pick one winner at random.

a runner-up, sorta, will also be selected, and that person will receive
my other extra (non-autographed) poster.

all contestants will receive a xerox of the setlist, if they want it.

all recipients will pay shipping ($3 for a poster, a sase for a
setlist).
all recipients will hereby love me forever.
just kidding on that last one.

running from the masses in my inbox...
jill

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 12:08:58 pdt
reply-to:     black dove <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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subject:      igc: live at world cafe??
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hi!
i found this at one of those indie sorta online record stores
http://www.tunnelrecords.com

amos, tori / melissa etheridge, sheryl crow, indigo girls, sonia dada,
cowboys junkies, loreena mckennitt 17,  live at the world cafe vol. 1
$20.00

anyone ever heard of this? anyone have it?

*hugs*

lamia


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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 15:53:32 -0400
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okay...let me try this again...no, i didn't write the poem, and the url
it came from was included in the original post.

anna

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 15:24:24 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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anyone know where i can find the milw. suffragette sessions set list?

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 16:26:18 -0400
reply-to:     cheri carter <ccigfan@mindspring.com>
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subject:      re: oh yeah... mullins' next stop...
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at 10:19 pm 9/21/98 pdt, you wrote:
>shawn's gonna be in detroit tuesday night.  so sayeth the mightiest
>teensy bass player i've ever seen.  hadn't seen that show  mentioned
>here.  anyways.  don't know which club or when.  but it's all about
>detroit. tuesday.
>
>and then they're goin' to oregon... portland, i think was what julie
>said.

yep...shawn (minus band) stops in detroit(7th house) then seattle(tbd) on
the 22nd and 23rd respectively.  the band reconvenes(?) in portland(tbd) on
the 24th.

...and she is mighty ain't she?!?!?!?!?!?!
cheri

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 15:30:46 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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from:         "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
subject:      atten amy swenson
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hey amy, what is your email address, my mail to you keeps coming back!
sorry to use up space!

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 15:22:29 -0700
reply-to:     monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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i haven't seen it up on the lifeblood site yet, so here it is:
(for a scan of it, check out my page:
http://www.5pmrevolution.com/music/ig/therave.html follow the link under
setlist)

beginning of time (jane siberry)
roll the dice (a&e etc...)
wood floors (lisa germano)
cimarron (thalia zadek)
sister (amy)
tengo la vida (lourdes perez)
pullin' a cloud (gail ann dorsey)
under your skin (thalia, a&e etc..)
chisel(jean smith)
soon to be nothing (em)
cannonball (thalia etc...)
rose (or?)
call me a fool (w/ mrs fun)
in canada (jean)
love is everything (jane)
vestigios (lourdes)
pale light (thalia)
way below the radio(lisa)
ziggy (gail)
go (amy)

encore

power of 2
jane (everybody's signature phrase for the night, hard to explain)
midnight train to ga

sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> anyone know where i can find the milw. suffragette sessions set list?
>

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 12:09:35 -1000
reply-to:     "k. asiu" <kla@aloha.net>
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subject:      nigc: same sex marriage issue in hawaii
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hkf's

since i live in hawai'i, i've received quite a few e-mails (from this list
and others) asking about the same sex marriage issue here. for those
interested, here's a website for a local newspaper that is basically an
archive of every story that they've printed on this subject:
http://starbulletin.com/specials/samesex.html  hope that can answer some of
the questions out there.

peace,
karen

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 18:14:04 -0400
reply-to:     kelly fairbairn <fairbk@sage.edu>
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subject:      melissa ferrick interview (fwd)
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sorry to waste bw, but i know there's some fans on this list.  :)

kelly

date: 20 sep 1998 21:25:00 -0400
from: aclauson@my-dejanews.com
newsgroups: soc.women.lesbian-and-bi
subject: melissa ferrick interview

i am by no means a regular subscriber/reader of the swlab newsgroup, but i
hope you will accept this posting regardless, as i think it is topical and
appropriate (if not a little commercial in nature).

i conducted an interview with melissa ferrick last week, and it is being
published in three parts on the mining co. alternative music site.  as i'm
sure many of you are aware, melissa has a new record out later this month,
and she is currently touring through the midwest and east coast.  for those
of you in the south, melissa assured me she would visit us sometime in the
spring (for some reason i think she mentioned the month of march).

anyone interested in reading the interview can find it posted at http://
altmusic.miningco.com.  you can also directly access the interview following
http://altmusic.miningco.com/library/weekly/aa091998.htm.

best wishes,

arabella clauson
mining co. alternative music guide
http://altmusic.miningco.com
we mine the net so you won't have to

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date:         tue, 22 sep 1998 19:44:05 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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at 03:08 pm 9/22/98 , black dove wrote:
>hi!
>i found this at one of those indie sorta online record stores
>http://www.tunnelrecords.com
>
>amos, tori / melissa etheridge, sheryl crow, indigo girls, sonia dada,
>cowboys junkies, loreena mckennitt 17,  live at the world cafe vol. 1
>$20.00
>
>anyone ever heard of this? anyone have it?

i've got all of the "live at the world cafe" cds, i think there are 5
now... they're all great, as you'd expect from wxpn.  here's the info from
the discography <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/articles/ig_disc.txt>:

>109) live at the world cafe, vol. 1
>      wxpn radio         cd:
>      1995
>
>
>      live in-studio appearances from world cafe.
>
>
>time:
>-------------------------------------------------------------
>#109.1  i'm the only one        [melissa etheridge]
>#109.2  and she was          [david byrne]
>#109.3  leaving las vegas         [sheryl crow]
>#109.4  it's so hard          [the subdudes]
>#109.5  least complicated         indigo girls (es)
>#109.6  beeswing          [richard thompson]
>#109.7  feed the fire          [happy rhodes]
>#109.8  long tall cool one      [bruce hornsby]
>#109.9  so much mine          [the story]
>#109.10 rain king          [counting crows]
>#109.11 silent all these years       [tori amos]
>#109.12 woman with the strength of 10,000 men   [peter himmelman]
>#109.13 the bonny swans          [loreena mckennitt]
>#109.14 anna lee          [sonia dada]
>#109.15 baby, i can't please you       [sam phillips]
>#109.16 blue              [the jayhawks]
>#109.17 anniversary song         [cowboy junkies]


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hey y'all!

question:  what is the url for the tape traders homepage?  i'm not talking
about our personal tape trading pages.  i think lamia once posted it (or
gave me the address) and i forgot it.  i am still seraching everywhere for
the boots from the 1 december 1997 columbus, ohio show and the 21 april
1998 lexington, kentucky show.  since no one on the list seems to have
them, or know anyone who does, maybe they'll have some information there.

mata ne!
love,
karen :-)

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at 06:14 pm 9/22/98 , kelly fairbairn wrote:
>sorry to waste bw,

but when you do, dont forget your "nigc" desgination!

>but i know there's some fans on this list.  :)

then they should join us on the ferrick list. :-)  to subscribe, send the
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there are actually now seven of the world cafe cd's, put out by wxpn here
in philadelphia.  for those of you who haven't discovered this fantastic
show, i highly recommend it (and not just because i answer phones for
it...)

volume 7 of the cd does not feature ig, but is still way cool, and can be
ordered at 1-800-565-wxpn.  volumes 4-6 can be ordered at www.xpn.org

darren

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a friend would love for me to play "power of two" for her at her wedding.
does anyone know the chord progression?  i have only a few days to learn it.
please help! thank you from the bottom of my indigo heart.

love and blessings,    sara

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for immediate release: from gabriel unger artist management
the rose polenzani newsletter 9/21/98.  thanks for joining the list.

next big show: thurs. 9/24 8pm club passim, cambridge ma
w/ anna egge and special guest lori mckenna.
call 617-492-7679 to reserve tickets
check out www.rosepolenzani.com:  to order cd's, find out tour dates,
pictures, and other fun info.
(future mailings will have personal notes, messages, thoughts or prose from
rose herself, sorry this time.)

wow. august was very busy month for rose. we started selling rose's
independent 11 song debut cd "dragersville" at shows. she played the newport
folk festival in rhode island on her own and with the indigo girls. then was
invited by amy ray of the indigo girls to tour on six shows through the
midwest and nyc with the suffragette session tour (a musical revue with
members of lucious jackson the breeders, lisa germano, jane siberry, thalia
zedek, indigo girls and others). rose also played lilith fair in chicago, got
to sing with bonnie raitt, and made an appearance on mtv. finally she was
honored to open some shows for joan baez and to have  amy ray and emily
saliers sing harmonies on her song "or". rose also got press in the new york
times, the boston globe (twice), and the chicago tribune. well that's just a
quick update. we promise to keep you more posted next time. expect a more
regular newsletter from now on, sorry for the wait. check out the website.

so a big thanks goes out to our the amazing fans and supporters of rose
polenzani.  all this good news would not have happened without your help:  to
everyone who came out to the big shows and supported her. thanks to all the
new fans who took the time to listen, to all the catie curtis, nields, indigo
girls, dar williams, jonatha brooke, and joan baez fans who were open to
something new, everyone who has bought dragersville helping rose keep afloat,
and all the wonderful letters and emails. there are some big shows coming up
this week. we need people to spread some last minute words in regular space
and cyberspace. as always tell friends about rose, play your cds for friends,
put songs on mixes, and keep coming out to the shows. feel free to forward
this email. see you soon.
-the management office for rose polenzani
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upcoming fall shows. more details below.

sept. 22nd the living room, nyc 10pm

sept.  23rd 7pm fast folk cafe, nyc w/beth amsel, jess klein, and erin mckeown
"voices on the verge tour '98" a special in-the-round performance. (more dates
coming in november)

***sept. 24th 8pm club passim, cambridge, ma  co-headliner w/anna egge***.
lori mckenna opens. call to reserve tickets: 617-492-7679
we need to really try to pack people in. bring a friend.

sept. 26th 7:30 & 10:30 the bottom line,  nyc - required listening series.

*additional details*
tues. 9/22 10pm
the living room, nyc
(lower east side - corner of stanton and allen)
212-533-7235

wed 9/23 7pm
fast folk cafe, new york, ny
voices on the verge tour
jess klein / erin mckeown / beth amsel / rose polenzani
in-the-round (located in tribeca 41 n. moore st.)  212274-1636

big show - please come
thurs. 9/24 8pm  rose polenzani / anna egge
club passim, cambridge, ma  47 palmer st, 617-492-7679
austin's anna egge has just gotten off  tours with shawn colvin and jimmie
dale gilllmore
lori mckenna opens. tickets 8$

sat. 9/26/98
the bottom line, nyc
required listening series
angstones / rogue's march / rose polenzani / mustard's retreat
two shows! 7:30 & 10:30. 15 west. 4th st. (corner of mercer)
212-228-6300. tickets $15  (rose each artist gets a 25 minute solo set each
show)
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to contact rose directly write to mandrake_music@hotmail.com
or rose@rosepolenzani.com
or 843 ridge  #3 evanston il 60202

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hello everyone!
i've been off the list for a while now, but i have regular updates from
my friend isabelle (hey salut! je vais t'ecrire dans pas longtemps, can
you tell i'm busy??)
i once asked you all about good books on fairy tales, and your help was
amazing. so i'm asking again for your input. i'm looking for *good*
books about central america (art, politics, economics, women, children,
all topics are welcomed) and specifically about nicaragua.
if you are all wondering (okay maybe you're not, but i just want to
share) i'll be going there in january, in la estrella, to build a health
clinic with 11 other volunteers. so right now i'm in a "study period".
thanks you all for your help,

july, still bouncing around, always listening the ig music.. (duh!)
p.s. hey cathy, got your email, i'll write back as soon as i can!


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i am looking for someone who has the music to leeds and power of two.
any of ya'll have it? email me if you do and i will be greatly
appreciative.
jeri

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hey jeri and all,

        sorry, been working long hours (gotta love those osha inspections!)
got all the votes, will have them tallied and the results posted by
tomorrow evening...barring any unforseen tragedies..

        thanks to all for their patience on this!
        again...i apologize for the wait!


        thanks & peace
        jules

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> what happened to the ig list tshirts? did anyone decide on a print?
> just wondering what happened to it. thanks,
> jeri
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if you get a chance to see shawn mullins perform live, do it.  he was in
cleveland last night and wow!!!!!!!!!!  the power of that man's voice is rich
with the feel of an old soul.  when he sings, you live it, feel it, and know
his heart.
lynn

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at 06:06 pm 9/21/98 , indgogal33@aol.com wrote:
>sorry to bring this up again, but if anyone has a decent copy of the acoustic
>cafe the ig were just on, could you please e-mail me?  i know the ac is
like a
>dead issue...but i *really* want to hear these new songs!! :o)

the songs (but not the interview) from "acoustic cafe" will be at the end
of the upcoming 9:30 club boot if you just want to hear the songs.

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people had wrote regarding the world cafe cd and said it was from wpxn in
philadelphia... can you tell me the number for the station on the radio?
thanks, kate

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i'm looking for small pictures i can print to put onto a tape j card....
itty bitty cute ig ones....
plus, if ya know where i can find some ani ones...or tmbg...or elvis
costello, or patty griffin...or....michelle malone...i'm looking for
itty bitty...of if can help me make em itty bitty....
carol
ps-sarah (same ol sarah who is no longer a listee, but still me roomate)
was on a big ig kick today...n*i*s, rop & so on rotation all day.  i'm
so glad to know its not always me pumping ig into 3rd floor jones
hall....


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i fond this original song with the words and ws wondering if any of you guys
had ever heard of it. ( in reference to amy's song " this trian ' revised.
mail responces to gi troop @aol.com

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while i couldn't find the tape traders network i think you were looking
for, i did find these:

http://www.tapetrader.com

http://justmusic.simplenet.com/category.hts?showcat+bootleg

http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=tapetrade&list
(this one is huge, it has a listing of over 500 bootleggers... if you've
got the time to dig thru it...)

jill
p.s. if any of you ever come across any come, uzi, or live skull boots,
please please let me know who's got them :) thankssss

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okay, is rose p. from evanston, illinois?
that is justa  random question, but i saw that in an e-mail from shery,
and that is where i am from, so i must know!  :-)
:-) karen

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why am i still up at 7:37 am?  babs got me started thinking last night, now
amy's voice keeps chasing emily's through my speakers.  i am just saturated
with them.  melodies and lyrics that brush my memory like a feather duster
flicking memories and thoughts about in my head that i had forgotten existed.
i can't turn them off now.  it would be like asking a friend to leave.  even
if i did, they'd keep playing in my head.  am i crazy?  has anyone else
experienced this?
lynn
sorry for using the space,

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>i can't turn them off now.  it would be like asking a friend to leave.
even if i did, they'd keep playing in my head.  am i crazy?  >has anyone
else experienced this?

yes, the one song that totally gets me is the live version if eiiot on
the blue sys ep.  i love to set up the surround sound and just put this
song on repeat.  especially the part "when the winds have blown us
round..." and so on on the second verse.

kris

i've been at work since 7 am.  i'm definately a morning person, how
weird is that?

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 09:06:55 -0400
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i realize that when i was referring to rose palenzoli (sp?), i accidently
wrote "rose o" in the subject heading.  please forgive me!  :-)  i was up
way too late last night studying japanese, and i had to wake up for an 8
o'clock class today.  i guess i just wasn't paying attention while i was
typing...

ja mata,
love
karen :-)

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 10:17:53 edt
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if anyone has a copy of the post describing the woman's adventure when she
went to that dinner and got to talk to melissa.  please forward a copy to me.
thanks!
lynn

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 10:20:36 edt
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i've noticed that songs envoke more memories in me that almost anything
else--some song i haven't heard in the longest time, and i can barely even
consciously remember the memory i've associated with it, will start me
laughing or crying, and suddenly the memory floods back.  sometimes this is
good, sometimes bad.  and then some songs i can't even listen to anymore,
because they bring back such strong emotions because of the memories i've
linked to them (like power of two or kiss the rain, my ex-g/fs favorite
songs).
random babbling. lack of sleep and a hard depression this time :-)
mick

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 09:22:08 -0600
reply-to:     "cusick, joanne - aurora, co" <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
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hi guys...

sorry about the prolonged absence, i've been really busy here.  anyway,
without further excuses, here are the birthdays for this week...

virgo
(aug. 23 -sept. 22)
  employee unrest this week at your workplace but you have the matter
well in hand by weeks end. plan some activities with the children as
they do not see half enough of you because you are always busy. a youth
group reaps the benefit of your time and money as you help them build
their recreational hall. friends may try to talk you out of a well
though out career move but this is something that only you can decide as
you know what is best for you. pay attention to your dreams today as
they could be informative.

libra
(sept. 23 -oct. 23)
  someone gets you mad this week but you have learned to control
yourself and your temper so you let it slide. you will be glad that you
did and did not go out and retaliate in kind against this person, as
only you could. take time to get reacquainted with the children and find
out what makes them tick, you will get more happiness out of this than
they will. a domestic dispute could crop up this week and you will have
to do some investigating to straighten it out. you dreams will be of a
spiritual nature and should be closely monitored for messages.


september  7th
kemejets@aol.com (kristen)
"some things i hold too tightly, some things i'll never touch."

september 12 ('77)
cmdst30+@pitt.edu (christy diefenderfer)

september 12 ('69)
ccigfan@aol.com (cheri)
"say goodbye to a world where you cannot breathe
to hiding behind unfamiliar skin
to singing songs never knowing what they mean
now this is the way it was meant to be
be still and listen to the rising and falling
knowledge is power and i never knew me till now."  --michelle malone

september 15 ('76)
creechal@aslan.emu.edu (chickensoprano)
"well there's always retrospect to light a clearer path
every 5 years or so i look back on my life and i have a good laugh..."

september 16 ('63)
klewis@msmail.is5.tch.tmc.edu (kris lewis)
"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"

september 17 ('76)
rudyburman@aol.com (ruthie)

september 17
chance0631@aol.com (lynn)

* nomads*indians*saints, september 18 1990

september 20 (81)
rachsandy@aol.com
"the prize is always worth the rocky ride."


september 21 ('76)
tleung@wellesley.edu (therese)
"when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones that
are
cast"


sept 24 1980
amanda [biodb8er@rocketmail.com]

september 24 (69)
garian vigil

if you would like to be added to the birthday list, please email me at
joanne.cusick@cexp.com, and i will be happy to add you!!!


"if you stick around this time, you just might get a chance to be
somebody,
they'll even watch the van for you, while you play...."
the connells

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 08:48:42 -0700
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ok folks....

i turn 18 tomorrow yay and i leave for atl on friday
double yay! i'll be temp unsubbing soon, but that's
not the point....

my point: can anyone who knows alot/has alot of
info/etc about the chiapas/zapatistas (spelling?)
situation in mexico email me at biodb8er@aol.com ?  i
don't know much about the situation and i deleted any
articles.  but now i have a project for my spanish
class.

anyways, any help would be great,
thanks,
amanda

ps jill don't start any flame wars while i'm gone, ok
sweetie?

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


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subject:      re: an ig night, ever happened to you? 1 paragraph
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i know what you mean about songs provoking memories, but it hasn't
happened to me in awhile.  i used to have an association with "touch me
fall," and peter gabriel's "in your eyes" associated with my ex.  i babble
all the time....get some sleep.
lisa

"listening to your heart is not simple.  finding out who you are is not
simple.  it takes a lot of hard work and courage to get to know who you
are and what you want."
-sue bender


on wed, 23 sep 1998, <mick mac> wrote:

> i've noticed that songs envoke more memories in me that almost anything
> else--some song i haven't heard in the longest time, and i can barely even
> consciously remember the memory i've associated with it, will start me
> laughing or crying, and suddenly the memory floods back.  sometimes this is
> good, sometimes bad.  and then some songs i can't even listen to anymore,
> because they bring back such strong emotions because of the memories i've
> linked to them (like power of two or kiss the rain, my ex-g/fs favorite
> songs).
> random babbling. lack of sleep and a hard depression this time :-)
> mick
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i was wondering...how do you add the quotes and things under your name like
that without having to retype every time? thanks :-)
mick

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hey!  i'm doing a project on the girls for a class on philospphy and
theology in music.  i've been searching for info on the girls early
influences, and none of the web pages have given me much.  i figured some
of you out there could either shed some light or lead me in the right
direction.  thanks!

:)
leigh

"i speak without reservation from what i know and who i am. i do so with
the understanding that all people should have the right to offer their
voice to the chorus whether the result is harmony or dissonance."
                                                -ani difranco

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mick wrote--i was wondering...how do you add the quotes and things under
your name like
that without having to retype every time? thanks :-)
meee tooo!!! how do i do that?

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 13:21:39 -0400
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subject:      re: quotes
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most e-mail programs have a way to add a signature or .sig file which
automatically adds a specified message to all of your sent mail. play
around with your configure commands or ask a technician on how to do it
for your program.


on wed, 23 sep 1998, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> mick wrote--i was wondering...how do you add the quotes and things under
> your name like
> that without having to retype every time? thanks :-)
> meee tooo!!! how do i do that?
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him as if he had saved a whole universe."
                                                - mishnah, sanhedrin 4:5
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to get all i deserve and to give all i can,
and to love a young woman that i don't understand..."
                                                - suzanne vega

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reply-to:     i never was the fantasy of what you wanted me to be
              <sgb29641@email.csun.edu>
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        well, i went to see tori amos in concert at the greek theatre in
hollywood last night, which was, btw, awesome, except for when the sound
system decided to blow out for a bit.  (tori had started talking in
between songs and these huge bursts of static started breaking everyone's
eardrums.  she stopped, asked, "are we under attack or something?" and
went on into this cute little spiel about how she'd always wanted god to
come down and visit during a show but she didn't think he'd do it like
*that* . . . and that she'd been saving a margarita for him for three
years, and it must be getting kind of gross by now, but it was still
there in her bag.)
        anyway, to get to my point (because my best friend tells me i have a
habit of turning short stories into novels), one of the songs she sang
last night was "me and a gun."  it's an a cappella ballad about her
experience being raped--very disturbing.  last night's rendition gave me
absolute chills.  before she started the song, she explained, "this song
is one i don't perform often any more . . . i used to do it a lot but i
don't now.  there are some songs that you just . . . stop singing, for
various reasons."
        that just got me to thinking about amy, and how she won't do "blood
and fire" any more.  i wished tori would have explained more about her
reasons for not singing "me and a gun" often any more, but well . . . i
just thought it was an interesting correlation, and one that i expected
from someone as obsessed with both tori and ig as i am.  :}  i think this
was kind of a pointless ramble though . . . sorry . . . i'm just still on
such a high from the concert!

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"i guess i'm an underwater thing so i guess i can't take it personally; i
guess i'm an underwater thing, i'm liquid running. . .  there's a sea
secret in me--it's plain to see that it is rising, but i must be flowing
liquid diamonds. . ."
                                        -- tori amos, "liquid diamonds"

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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 12:45:07 pdt
reply-to:     pretty silver girl <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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some great places to find bootlegs:

the list's lists:
http://members.aol.com/sfried1977/igtapes.html

the tape trader network:
http://tapetracker.com/traderindex/default.asp

the bootgrrls ring:
http://www.webring.org/cgi-bin/webring?ring=bootgrrls;list

indigo trader ring:
http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/stadium/4467/indigoring.html
we need more people! join!! :)

for tori boots:

tori trades ring:
http://stain.simplenet.com/tori/tring/

aligator boots:
http://altern.org/toriamos/ring/index.html

and of course you can find all these linked on my page *w*
http://members.wbs.net/homepages/t/h/e/thesegoddesses.html

*hugs*

lamia

"i sometimes forget i'm not 7'2" and a viking."
--tori amos

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reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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got this in the inbox today...
amanda!!! look!!! michelle malone!  you get to see her, ya weenie, if
you get to ga in time...
nooooo fairrrrrr...

didn't mm post to this list?  some of yous on here are her friends, no?
okay guys, tell yer bud michelllly to come to ohio. :)  i'm whining.
begging, even.  it'd be so much nicer if daemon would do one of their
famed all-ages shows in, oh, say, cleveland ;) (ha.  as if.) than for me
to relocate to georgia.  (which i actually think wouldn't be entirely
unjustifiable at this point, considering the dearth of decent local
musicians around these parts).  anyways.  uhm, yeah.  tell the divine
miss m. that.  (i could even try to hook her up with a gig at oberlin,
should the patron saint of student loans ever smile down upon me and
allow me to return to academia.)
thankeee.
lovies.
jill


>date: wed, 23 sep 1998 11:47:49 -0500 (cdt)
>from: owner-daemonrecs-info@m2.monsterbit.com
>subject: daemon records monthly mail

>hey everyone,
>
>thought we'd bug you again.  lots of new stuff to tell you...
>
>
>+++wendy bucklew's new cd+++
>we just picked up wendy's new cd, asleep in the swing.   recorded in
>1996 at dede vogt's sound & fury studios, the cd was recently released
>by silverwolf records.   11 incredible songs.  check out our site
>for all the particulars.
>
>+++new t-shirts+++
>one of the new t-shirt designs is finally in!!  the lady of daemon is
>here!  100% certified organic cotton - sewn & grown in the us of a.
>go to our home page and click on contest winners to see the designs.
>
>+++all-ages show+++
>just another reminder...the daemon all-ages show is this saturday
>at the point. doors open at 3:00 and it will cost you a buck.   come
groove
>with ph balance, belloluna, stereo popsicle, and michelle malone.
>be there or unequivocally be square!
>
>+++new brochures+++
>we just sent out a new brochure to our snail mail list.  (watch your
mailbox)
>we have a few extras that need a home.  if you have a favorite
coffeehouse,
>club, student center, laundry mat, etc where you think daemon brochures
>need to be, give us a shout.  we'll ship you a few to pass around.
limited
>numbers though so hurry!!!  e-mail - daemonrecs@monsterbit.com
>
>+++new shipping option+++
>daemon is now offering ups shipping.  thought we'd try this out and
>see how it works.    you can now have your orders sent ups ground for
>$5.00.  we hope this will get the orders to our west coast fans a bit
>quicker.  (if it's not listed as an option on the order form yet -
write it
>in under the comments box)
>
>+++new tour date+++
>just posted some new dates from the daemon family.  take a look
>to see if we're coming your way.
>
>+++3fc tonight+++
>attention atlanta fans!!!  three finger cowboy is playing the point
>tonight.  it's worth feeling a little tired at work tomorrow!
>
>+++2nd site of the month+++
>do you like really good pop music?  then head to spinart records.
>a small indie based out of new york city with artists that include
>from apples to stereo, bill fox, poole, and a ton of other inspiring
>bands.  what you really need to check out though is there lemonlime
>compilation vol.2 (under new releases)!  guess who is on it?? our
>very own  three finger cowboy.   www.erols.com/spinart/
>
>that's all from the office.
>the daemon staff
>
>support indie music!
>
>+++all e-mail replies should be addressed to: daemonrecs@monsterbit.com
>don't hit reply from the newsletter.  we won't get it.
>
>
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date:         wed, 23 sep 1998 16:57:48 edt
reply-to:     kemejets@aol.com
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world cafe is on 88.5 philly.  it is based out of u penn and plays a lot of ig
that you normally don't hear on the radio. (nashville, jonas & ezekial...)
and if you're listening to it, and hear a song called keep the faith, let me
know!!!  apparently it's in their possesion, but they haven't played it yet.

~k

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please forward a copy to me too. i thought that i saved it, but didn't.

thanks,
amy g.

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hey gang!

actually, i sent that post to a select few folks off the list. it's
really interesting to read... made me almost feel like i was there.
if you're interested in a copy... just email me directly... don't want
to spam up the whole list with it!

thanks,
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hey all!

first, before i say anything else, let me say...  if you are a big amy
fan, you would love to hear what i have transcribed below!  yes,
obviously, i have a copy of it...  but, i can only offer to dub it for a
limited number of people...  if more people want it, i know others on the
list have it, so maybe they'll pitch in... or not...

so, as you can tell, i took the time to listen to and transcribe that song
that i was flippin' out about a few days ago that's in the middle of "tmf"
where amy sometimes would have soc's.  although, i thought it might be a
soc, i was told it was, in fact, (part of?) a patty smith song.  does
anyone know the title?!  i don't know if these words are all correct. but,
it's what i hear.  if anyone has any corrections, please let me know.
there are two lines that i know i don't have right, but there's my best
guess. amy says those lines too fast for me to make any sense of them...
also, does anyone know if all this words are from the patty smith song?
it sounds like amy ad libs for a little in the middle... here it is:

-slow-
every night before i go to sleep
i find a ticket
winning the lottery

scoop the pearls up
from the <sand>(?)
cash them in and buy you
all the things you need

every night before i rest my head
i see those dollar bills
go swirlin' in my bed <or head>(?)

i know they're stolen
i don't feel bad
oh i'll take that money and buy you
things you'd never had

oh baby
you mean so much to me
i said oh baby
to buy you all the things you need
for free

-fast-
<well there's dreamers in my old neighborhood> (?)
<and i'm thinkin' this is too real [or illegal](?)
i'm missin' you real bad
missin' you real bad
missin' you real bad
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm missin' you real bad
i'm missin' you real bad
i'm missin' you real bad
and nothin' can feed my ego
as much as you can feed my ego
nothin' can feed my ego
as much as you can feed my ego
nothin'
i'm missin' you real bad
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart

-louder-
oh...oh...oh...
every night before i rest my head
i see those dollar bills go swirlin' in my bed <head>(?)
oh...oh...
oh baby i said
you mean so much to me

-quieter & slower-
oh...oh baby
i'll buy you all the things you need
for free

-quieter & fast-
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' apart
i'm fallin' --tmf guitar resumes, followed by "jump, jump, jump so high..."

***********

for your enjoyment!

peace, melissa

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

-my life is more than a vision -emily saliers

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

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shanie wrote:

> i wished tori would have explained more about her
>  reasons for not singing "me and a gun" often any more, but well . . .

i would guess that she needed to write the song as part of the healing process
after the incident.....when the healing is over, it may just become too
painful a place to revisit.....the same is probably true for "blood and
fire"....

peace,
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does anyone know how come she doesn't play blood & fire anymore? sorry if this
has already been addressed previously :-)
mick

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anybody read "cold mountain," a novel written by charles frazier?
amy = ruby, the tough woman.
emily = ada, the other tough woman, internally tough, externally soft.

anybody else notice this.  i hear the book is going to film
territory..hollywood.  it'll be out next year, i think.  read this book!
-chee

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hey all... the misguided canadian here with the *right* info this time on
the lilith fair special ( with sarah mclachlin <--sp? the indigo girls,
merideth brooks, shawn colvin, jewell etc )scheduled for cbc tonight ( i
mistakingly posted that it was wednesday *last* week... sorry )... it's on
at 6:00 pm here in midwestern alberta... dunno when any other place in
canada... i'm getting it via satellite feed...
15 mins to go; gotta run + find a video tape so i can record!!! peace all... kim
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hi there
could someone who has old copies of the fanzine please email me.
thanks
lori


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in a message dated 23/09/98 17.32.11 est, mickmcc@aol.com writes:

<< does anyone know how come she doesn't play blood & fire anymore? sorry if
this
has already been addressed previously :-) >>

no! no! no!, please goddess no! let's not start this again. if people feel
that they really have to say something on this topic, and i'm sure that mick
is very very curious by this time, please e-mail him privately please, please,
please!!!!!!!!

thanks you.

peace.eri

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<< does anyone know how come she doesn't play blood & fire anymore? sorry if
this
has already been addressed previously :-) >>

okay, if people email him privately about this as someone requested, please
email me too, i'm new-ish here and i want to know!

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at 08:15 pm 9/23/98 edt, owl moontide wrote:
>no! no! no!, please goddess no! let's not start this again. if people feel
>that they really have to say something on this topic, and i'm sure that mick
>is very very curious by this time, please e-mail him privately please,


this information is in the faq, which is located at:
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if you haven't read it, you should anyway.

leigh ann

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hey everyone!  just to let you know... we upgraded our netscape
navigator and
are having some email trouble right now!  if we owe you an email and you
don't
get it... it's in that "black hole" of email we had earlier today that
we are trying
to get restored!  if you need us right away... email!

thanks,
barb & twink!

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ok, i was just browsing.  this guys whole site is awful.  but here's the
link to the direct igc.  it'll piss ya off.....
http://chickssuck.shutdown.com/indigo.htm
sorry if this has been posted before.....
ug
carol
who bought a cactus & named it emily.  its actually my 2nd emily...first
was killed.....
this one is perfect though...its got a big red top to it!!


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i would just like to point out an angel in disguise on this list.
sheryl jones.  i have having a really yucky week.  and today in the mail
i get a package.  i open it and it is a boot of the milwaukee show in
'97.  i am sooo incredibly stoked!!  i have been personally on an ig
rush.  i listened to every album i have yesterday.  i am wearing my shed
your skin shirt.  which i have worn so such that all the silk-screen is
cracking and peeling.  and i got my carpool singing the girls on the way
to school.  and i am just really pumped by my new tape!!  and thank you
sheryl!  and thanks to listening to my ramblings!!

hugs and hershey kisses~
happy smilely ig lovin' luna

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this guys whole site is awful.  but here's the
>it'll piss ya off.....
>http://chickssuck.shutdown.com/indigo.htm

of course, mister oh-so-cool is *way* too alternative for the indigo
girls!  (i read this on his site.. he goes on this diatribe about *how*
alternative he and his music tastes are... just a note to mr. cool:
anyone who uses the word "alternative" to describe themselves  isn't).
whatta loser.
along the lines of similar doofus-bashing, note how he goes on and on
about how "smart" he is.  ooh mister-i-have-a-3.something-so-i'm-smart.
ha.  mister i-took-an-iq-test-and-it-was-128.
can i just kill him now?  my gpa and my iq are both higher than his...
do you hear me tellin y'alls every day what a genuis i am?  methinks a
lot of us have more brains than him. again, anybody who has to go on and
on about how smart they are probably isn't.

this guy is basically hopeless.  he thinks ig suck?  well, consider the
source.

jill

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in a message dated 98-09-24 01:23:27 edt, chickenwomyn@hotmail.com writes:

<< this guys whole site is awful >>


i'll second that!   this guy needs some serious help!   did you check out the
rest of his site?  it's just as bad, if not worse.

lynn   :-)    <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">tahmehawk's
place</a>

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i would like to vent.  yes he is a yucky guy/boy.  but i am "trying" to
refocus my negative energy.  we might not agree with him but we should
respect his opinion.  so lets all try channeling this negative energy
somewhere else.  to quote ms. amy ray:

"when i have hate, i will turn my hate into energy. when i have anger, i
will turn my anger into energy. when i am negative, i will be negative only
for as long as i need to be, until i understand it and then i will be
positive."

see look at us taking her advice!

hugs and hershey kisses~
luna

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<<the big picture here is really scary. the indigo girls show american females
that without any real musical talent, and without any sex appeal whatsoever,
it is possible to make it big in the music industry. the indigo girls also
show chicks that being an ugly lesbian is cool.>>

this is the best!  can he be for real?  with the song writing alone, they can
top any of the crap he clams is better.  like manson had meaning and emotion
is he songs?  not!  and i think that ig shows woman and girls that you can
make it big even if you don't look like a ford model.  and we all know the
strides that ig has made for the advancement of the greater understanding of
differing sexual orientations.

i do give him credit for clearly expressing his thoughts, but i think he
missed out on a chance to have his eyes opened to the wonder of ig music.

i also like this part: <<what's even more disturbing is that many people
actually seemed to enjoy the indigo girls' music, and many of those people
were sober.>>

i can't even think of a time i have had ig on the stereo that i have been
really drunk! (not that i am a big drinker) for me, ig is a drug! why do you
need to get drunk when you can have your soul and your heart filled with the
words of these angles?  it is like the folks who were drunk at the sst shows.
maybe a beer here and there is nice, but you don't need that stuff to feel the
full power of ig.

what a lost soul!

babs

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hey y'all.  it's my first day back on the list after....several months.
so, it's interesting (i think) that this question was asked.  i know at one
point i had come up with a design for a list shirt, and deb reiser was
looking into getting 'em made, but this was before deb's illness and move,
and my graduation and move.  so is there a new design now?  just curious....

are all my old pals still around?


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babs quoted this idiot:

> <<the big picture here is really scary. the indigo girls show american
females
>  that without any real musical talent, and without any sex appeal
whatsoever,
>  it is possible to make it big in the music industry. the indigo girls also
>  show chicks that being an ugly lesbian is cool.>>

hmmmm.....with an attitude like his i'll bet the *babes* flock to him like
crows to road kill.....i wonder if he has a *toaster oven*.......he's sure
doing a helluva job recruiting for the *other team*.......;)

tim

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><<the indigo girls also
>show chicks that being an ugly lesbian is cool.>>

heeee heee ha ha ha hehe he hee heh heh heh

what i find so funny about this is that this guy thinks he's insulting
lesbians... apparently somebody neglected to tell him that we don't care
*what* he thinks of how we look!  that's the beauty of it! it don't
matter if straight white jock boy thinks we're ugly... cause we love da
ladies, and da ladies think we da bomb.  and that's aaaalll that matters
in our 'ugly lesbian' minds.  well, in this one, at least. ;)

hooooooooray for women!
(and snags too!)

jiiiiiiiilly

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on wed, 23 sep 1998, swampy spice wrote:

> of course, mister oh-so-cool is *way* too alternative for the indigo
> girls!

   i rather enjoyed the part where he talked about the only band he truly
liked was guns-n-roses.  now those guys were truly great thinkers
independent of the mainstream.

   darius

"so if you see my downeaster alexa
and if you work with the rod and the reel
tell my wife i am trolling atlantis
and i still have my hands on the wheel..."
   ---billy joel, "downeaster alexa"

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 00:13:38 pdt
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cheri carter posted these a few weeks ago... i'm resending them because
i want you all to go see this man.  now. even if only to see his bassist
julie, who is igc in herself ;). cause along the way, you'll happen upon
the most amazing singer-songwriter.  that would be the blonde guy
standing in front of julie.  at the microphone.  sweat running into his
eyes.  throbbing and rocking and blowing off da roof.
"see shawn-- he's jilly-approved!"  hee, that's my official verdict.
so go.
that's an order. ;)

here are the remaining show dates for shawn mullins:

>th   9/24  portland, or  tbd
>fr   9/25  san fran, ca  live 105 show
>sa   9/26  sacramento, ca  tbd
>su   9/27  santa barb, ca  tbd
>mo   9/28  la, ca  viper room
>we   9/30  austin, tx  stubb's(krox show)
>th   10/1  houston, tx  billy blues(ktbz show)
>fr   10/2  dallas, tx  tbd
>sa   10/3  hartford, ct  wmrq show
>su   10/4  providence, ri  tbd

lovies,
jill

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 17:43:20 +1000
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hey folks,

thanks to all the people who emailed me earlier in the
week offering to help out with the list admin stuff.

i've been thinking about it and i think i'm going to
hang on as list owner as a little while longer.  as
long as i don't get too much busier than i am already,
i can just about handle it - here's hoping.  thanks to
all who volunteered assistance though, especially joe
hamilton!

anyway... happy happy folks,
sherlyn
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i might have and insight re: blood and fire, though this is only my opinion.
    i am a former literature and psychology student, alumus of many years of
therapy.  "blood and fire"  sounds like a classic example of  borderline
personality disorder--something i think most of us go through, and hopefully
don't get stuck in.  this song helped me work through some old stuff, giving
honest voice to the black-hole of need i felt, let me know that i wasn't the
only one who felt it, "i'm looking for someone who can take all that i give,
can give what i need and still have the will to live..."  and then going
through her later stuff her growth becomes clear and she is far beyond that
"blood and fire" stage.  doing the song had to have been crucial in that
growth, but i can see how she'd not want to revisit it again.  fortunately, we
have the song with us when we need it.  the intense honest of ig songs like
that is an amazing gift they've given us.

---freida.

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hey all yous--
so, i have a paper due for my women's studies class on friday.  it's
supposed to be on "your passion."  hmmm, whatever shall i write about???
i don't think they'll understand the "you know your obsessed...." like
y'all do ;)

too much studying,
kelly

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i refused to look at the rest of this site.

--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."
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he said "ugly lesbians"? can anyone vouch for em when i say amy and
emily are the two most beautiful women i have ever seen?
jeri

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hey there... any uk folks see the thing about lilith coming to europe on
the news on channel 4 last night? very cool, they had beth orton talking
to the news guy and some clips of the girls singing closer to fine. but
yeah. so, anyone got any idea of next years' lineup? are the girls gonna
make it out here? i know emily wrote "airplane" but surely she's not
*that* scared of flying?

sharon

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hell ya amy and emily are beautiful...  hes obviously a fool!

by the way -- his email address is chickssuck@shutdown.com  and i vote we
all write him to share our opinion -- in a very loving manner of course..

-sarah


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   #    hello to everyone i meet. i will have love in my heart.  when i
   #    have hate, i will turn my hate into energy. and when i have anger,
  _#_   i will trun my anger into energy. when i am negative, i will be
( # )  negative only for as long as i need to be, until i understand it
/ o \  and then i will be positive. and i will not be complacent. and i
( === ) will not be complacent. and i will not be a racist. and i will not
'---'  a sexist. and i will not be a homophobic asshole. and i will love.
and i will love. and i will be happy that i am alive."  -amy ray

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not to mention the fact that amy ray is probably the sexiest person, male
or female, i've ever laid eyes on. emily too is beautiful. what makes them
even more incredable to look at is what their doing while we're looking,
you know? ever notice how much more alluring someone becomes when they have
a personal purpose and are doing what they feel compelled to do?

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hey everybody,
        this is lauren.  i've been on the list for over a year, but i rarely post.  i went and checked out that loser's site.  yeah, he is really stupid.  not because he doesn't like ig, though.  (although that does mean, of course, that he's insane.)  it's because he's doing this for attention.  someone suggested that we all e-mail him.  i personally think that would be the worst thing that we could do.  if we all write to him, we'll just be giving him the attention that he wants.  i strongly suggest that we just ignore him and pity him.  oh well, that's just my opinion.
                                                        -lauren

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i second lauren's motion

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2 points i'd like to make:

1) he has every right (in the us, anyway)to make his opinion known.  if he thinks they suck, they're ugly, talentless, whatever, that's his opinion and the last time i checked, the first amendment pretty much says it doesn't matter if we're all offended or not.

2) if you look over the site, it becomes clear that this guy is looking for hate mail.  so don't give him what he wants!

now, i'm not saying that i was any less offended than all of you - i felt that he was far more rude and crass than was required, and certainly he could be a little more polite.  but he's still got every right to say what he wants.  after all, we're sitting here bashing him, aren't we?

~~jennifer
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than be a success
at something i hate.
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she (sonia from disappear fear) has a song on her new solo album almost
chocolate) called fallin...which i totally love.  she also has an affinity
for spanish lyrics (i.e. be the one, and another one i just completely let
slip out of my head)...anyways, does anyone know what the word 'segire'
means?
i got the rest of it figured out...but *doh* i have never heard that word!
anyone?

--audra


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ok... i got my work email confused with regular... the title of the work
emails???  icgs sales rep... alabama...


oh.. in case anyone is interested, my company has a position for an icgs
sales rep in birmingham and one in atlanta....

bye!

jo anne

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jeri asked:

> can anyone vouch for em when i say amy and
>  emily are the two most beautiful women i have ever seen?

well, we all know that true beauty lies inside.....there is no doubt that amy
and emily are beautiful on any level.....and the proof is in the number of
*beautiful* people on this list.....

anyone wth an e-mail addy like his (i won't dignify it by printing it) has
some real issues.....maybe he needs to get into politics ;)

tim

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sorry about the me too post, but i think lauren is right on the money here....

tim

> hey everybody,
>          this is lauren.  i've been on the list for over a year, but i
rarely
> post.  i went and checked out that loser's site.  yeah, he is really stupid.
> not because he doesn't like ig, though.  (although that does mean, of
course,
> that he's insane.)  it's because he's doing this for attention.  someone
> suggested that we all e-mail him.  i personally think that would be the
worst
> thing that we could do.  if we all write to him, we'll just be giving him
the
> attention that he wants.  i strongly suggest that we just ignore him and
pity
> him.  oh well, that's just my opinion.
>                                                          -lauren

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in a message dated 9/24/98, 10:50:06 am, dragonjen@spydee.net writes:
<<
2) if you look over the site, it becomes clear that this guy is looking for
hate mail.  so don't give him what he wants!>>

i agree...people like that (pathetic losers who have way too much time on
their hands) should be ignored. we'll only contribute to his idea that the
reason he can't get a girl is because they're all in league against him,
rather than the truth (that he's a jerk and a moron).  he's just looking for
attention.
mick

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in a message dated 9/24/98, 10:45:00 am, strosenblum@students.wisc.edu writes:
<<not to mention the fact that amy ray is probably the sexiest person, male
or female, i've ever laid eyes on. emily too is beautiful. what makes them
even more incredable to look at is what their doing while we're looking,
you know? ever notice how much more alluring someone becomes when they have
a personal purpose and are doing what they feel compelled to do?>>

i think both the girls are georgeous and that anyone who says otherwise needs
to recheck their ideas about everything.  personally, i think that the
perfect, barbie-like model types are a complete and utter turn-off, because
they have no purpose. look into a person's eyes and you see their soul.  when
you look at one of those models, you see not a thing beyond the brilliant blue
contacts.  when you look into the eyes of amy and emily, you see two truly
decent people who care deeply about the universe.  and because of that,
they're far more attractive than any supermodel could ever hope to be.  just
my $0.02.
mick

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i actually thought his site was pretty witty !
i found myself laughing at the indigo girls bit :)
especially the naked part ;)

i think some of you may be taking his caustic wit a bit too seriously
and that's probably fine with him, he probably thinks you suck anyway ;)

he reminds me of howrd stern and tom leykis, who i must
admit to listening to, and enjoying their shows on more than one occasion.
they are really obnoxious, but are really pussycats.

lightening up a bit might help :)

heheh
claire

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jennifer said:
>2) if you look over the site, it becomes clear that this guy is looking for
hate mail. > so don't give him what he wants!
and me, i say:
send him *love* posts:-) kill him with kindness...he he he... go online,
find mushy postcards n' freebie cyber cards with flowery tunes etc etc etc
and fill hims lil' ol' mailbox with the stuff:-)...
okay, i'm just kidding... it does no good to reward bad behaviour in lil'
kids with any kind of attention...
if a guy rants n' raves in a cyber forest and there's no womyn around to
hear, does he still make a sound??? ummm... kay; nuff with the silly
wanna-be wisdom <choke, hack, cough>
peace all.. kim
oh... ps, i watched the special on lilith fair last night, taped in
toronto... it was very cool... funny to see ( hear? ) jewell yodeling in ctf
+ the reaction she got from both a + e... priceless:-) taped it too...
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nothing so gentle as real strength.
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subject:      the mean anti-indigite
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how about we subscribe him to the list?  i think that'd be a hoot - then
he can get 50 emails a day about how great ig are.  heck with 'just
ignore it'!  let's get him!  and he'll have to read through the whole
faq just to see how to unsubscribe!

getting out of bed, getting a hammer and an email,
tara

tara lane
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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 09:37:10 -0700
reply-to:     i never was the fantasy of what you wanted me to be
              <sgb29641@email.csun.edu>
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subject:      re: ug!! the worst guy i've ever seen.....igc
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on thu, 24 sep 1998, jeri humphries wrote:

> he said "ugly lesbians"? can anyone vouch for em when i say amy and
> emily are the two most beautiful women i have ever seen?

        you got my voice right here.  and i haven't gotten through the rest
of my mail yet, but i'm pretty sure audra will say something much more
vocal fairly soon . . . ;)

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"i guess i'm an underwater thing so i guess i can't take it personally; i
guess i'm an underwater thing, i'm liquid running. . .  there's a sea
secret in me--it's plain to see that it is rising, but i must be flowing
liquid diamonds. . ."
                                        -- tori amos, "liquid diamonds"

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never mind - just realized if we do that, he'll have access to sending
all of us messages.  damn - that would've been funny too.  oh well.

don't subscribe him.

-tara

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 12:08:32 -0500
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from:         barry newberg <barryn@rbrl.com>
organization: rolle, breeland, ryan & landau
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an english professor wrote the words, "woman without her man is nothing"

on the blackboard and directed the students to punctuate it correctly.

the men wrote: "woman, without her man, is nothing."

the women wrote: "woman! without her, man is nothing."

send this to other phenomenal women today in celebration of women's
history month.

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 13:13:08 edt
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hi everybody!
        just to warn people with too much e-mail, i have 3 questions for the list. .
. the first is igc and the second two are nigc.

1.  has anyone ever noticed the garbled low pitched speech in "kind friends"
right before the flute solo?  do i have a bad copy or what's going on here?
sorry if this has been covered. . .
******************************************************************************
*****************''
2.  i was a french major in college and was curious if there were any french
speakers on the list who'd like to practice the language.

3.  okay, i need ideas from everybody.  i've been working 2nd shift (leaving
for work at 3pm) for about 3 months now, and i need ideas on how to occupy
myself before work while everyone else is gone.  i've tried reading.. .
crocheting. . .chores, etc.  and it's all getting a little old.  any fresh
creative ideas are more than welcome.

thanks for listening- have a good one!
kathy

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 12:04:07 -0700
reply-to:     lori ann <liltree@yahoo.com>
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well well well...
an anti-indigo girls site!  i guess the girls have really hit it big!
i wonder if this one will last longer than the coalition against paula
cole site all of us on harbinger flocked to. isn't it funny though?
we know the site says some not so nice things bout our beloved ones,
but we all (ok those of us with no willpower) leap over to check it
out anyway. (hey i did it)  guess it's just human nature.  or something.

carol posted:
> who bought a cactus & named it emily.  its actually > my 2nd
emily...first was killed.....

*sniff*  poor emily.

on another note...there was this commercial on the radio and it
sounded like the people were singing "emily emily emily emily emily
emily emily emily emily" (except it was in japanese so it sounded more
like "eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree").  he he
one of my new favorite songs.  i don't know what they were selling,
but it was a sony commercial and hey the girls are sony artists by way
of epic right?  maybe they were selling emily.

anyway...

lori ann (singing eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree eh-moo-ree)
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i have tried to figure out what that guy is saying in "kind friends"
but i get lost after "it just all seems so hard...."
my 2cents.
jeri

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did anyone ever find out if there was a sots songbook available?  if
there is, let me know!

thanks

tara lane
********
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on thu, 24 sep 1998, automatic digest processor wrote:

> date:    thu, 24 sep 1998 09:16:07 cdt
> from:    jennifer kickliter <dragonjen@spydee.net>
> subject: re: that dumb guy's anti_indigo website
>
> 2 points i'd like to make:
>
> 1) he has every right (in the us, anyway)to make his opinion known.  if he
> thinks they suck, they're ugly, talentless, whatever, that's his opinion and
> the last time i checked, the first amendment pretty much says it doesn't
> matter if we're all offended or not.
>
> 2) if you look over the site, it becomes clear that this guy is looking for
> hate mail.  so don't give him what he wants!
>
> now, i'm not saying that i was any less offended than all of you - i felt
> that he was far more rude and crass than was required, and certainly he
> could be a little more polite.  but he's still got every right to say what
> he wants.  after all, we're sitting here bashing him, aren't we?
>
> ~~jennifer

ok, an occupational disease is rearing its ugly head. i agree with jennifer in
spirit, but i *have* to follow up on these comments, then throw in a thought
or two of my own on mr. chicks suck.

1. the first amendment isn't relevant. it says congress can't restrict free
speech. we aren't congress. we can restrict it all we want. once, a few years
back, i had a student in class start a rant about the niggers and faggots who
were ruining the country. i said he was entitled to his opinion and was free
to express it, but he would either purge those words or i would ask him to
leave. he angrily invoked the first amendment. i recited it for him. to his
credit, he moderated his language. (thought for a minute or two i was going to
have to go call campus security.) point being, it's no first amendment breach
for private citizens to interfere with one another's messages. and it's
certainly no first amendment breach to *criticize* another's ideas. even if we
ditch the first amendment and just defend that blither based on a
philosophical commitment to free expression, that same commitment gives us the
>right< to bash it. bash bash bash.

2. i can't equate what he's doing with what we're doing. we're making fun of
what he said, and of what the things he said reveal about him. he's making
nasty, unprovoked comments about how people look, what they do, etc. not the
same.

that said, i do agree with jennifer (& others) that attacking him may not be
the most appropriate response. i think back on times in my life when i was
pretentious, blustery, arrogant, or mean. mostly i was trying to offset a knot
of insecurity or hurt inside myself. you know how it feels when you're so
enraged that it just seems as though lashing out will release that inner
pressure? if i were a perfect person living in a perfect world, then
ninety-nine percent of the actions of other people that make me angry would
instead make me feel compassion and empathy, because i would be able to see
clearly that most hurtful, nasty behavior is really just an attempt to quiet
hurt feelings inside.

not that that's absolution. oh no. things are tough all over, and i've known
people who had much worse trauma and much worse pain to manage who
nevertheless were kind and loving to those around them. people are responsible
for their actions, no question. but too often, i think we use responsibility
and consequences as masks for our own blood lust, our own itch to retaliate
and answer meanness with meanness.

turning negative feelings into energy ... what a great idea.

doyle srader
director of forensics
arizona state university
(602) 965-5578

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 12:37:50 -0700
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well, the guy certainly has an... um... interesting perspective....
so i showed my brother the site (my bro being the epitome of "guyhood"... i
mean it... it gets so damn infuriating, you have no idea...) and he said....
"hmmm, you know he raises some interesting questions...."
he then went on to read the idiot's article on "monogamy" and took it
seriously.
and now i just don't know what to do.
is there some sort of hotline i can call?

heeeeelp!!!

;-)
michal
wishing i was joking

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 18:11:17 edt
reply-to:     kayetea@aol.com
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        what an asshole! i can't believe he thinks he's so oh so cool and
"alternative" when he obviously has no social life at all since he's
allocating so much time to keeping up a webpage on something he doesn't like!
and since when is jewel a lesbian... maybe he just thinks all girls are
lesbians since none of them like him!
okay... i feel much better now that i got that out!
-=-katy-=-

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 18:51:44 -0400
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so against all advice i recieved, i went ahead and sent mr misogyny a
little virtual postcard w/a bunch of happy little cartoon chicks singing
and "its a small world afterall" playing and told him how very much i
enjoyed his site. (killing him w/kindness and all..)   so this is the
response i got -- thought you all might enjoy it (and i apoligize to those
who wish we'd just move on...)

-sarah


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to: 'sarah' <sbrady1@email.unc.edu>
subject: re: thinking of you - from sarah

did it inspire you to have sex with me??

-the chicks suck guy
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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 17:14:42 pdt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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from:         diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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yesterday, i was listening to the suffragette sessions cincinnati tape
that a friend so graciously dubbed for me, and i listened to the uptempo
version of "the power of two" over and over again in my car as i drove
around running errands.  when i got to work that morning, this guy who
is one of the hospital messengers and an acquaintance, asks me, "i've
been meaning to ask you,...are you married? [no.] do you have a
boyfriend? [no.] would you like to go out sometime? [sure.]"

i thought that it was funny being asked out on a date, and it not being
me, the notorious pursuer.  anyway, my roommate asked me later, "why are
you so happy today?"  and, i told him about the song.  it makes me just
want to hug everybody! hahaha...(this version of the po2 , the way it is
so upbeat, makes the third verse's lyrics seem disharmonious with the
rhythm..."now we're talking about a difficult thing, and your eyes are
getting wet..."  just an observation, no flames, please.)

the music of amy and emily give me such a high.  anyway, question that
has probably been addressed (please reply by emailing me privately),
what is amy, emily, and friend whispering before this train revised
starts on the so cd? (are they saying names of people who were on that
train?)

smiling so much it makes my face hurt,

diane =)

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ok, knowing me it was bound to happen eventually well tonight it did! i
was taping 99x for someone, and i put the tape in the wrong one and
ended up taping over side a of the tape..does anyone have this? could i
like send someone my tape and have them tape side a for me? i'll do a
trade if necessary!

heeeeeeeeelp! i don't remember who taped it for me before.

*hugs*

lamia

"i sometimes forget i'm not 7'2" and a viking."
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ok..someone out there was supposed to get an indigo girls boot from me
but instead you got an ani boot that was supposed to go to danica..
who are you? *l*

*hugs*

lamia

"he said you're really ugly girl, but i like the way you play
and i died, but i thanked him, can you believe that?
sick."
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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 20:39:59 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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my eleven year old sister tells me there's a small picture of ig in the
october issue of seventeen. we love my si8ster!

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this guy thinks he's a regular renaissance man, doesn't he?  the guy
sounds like a big-time misogynist.  i'm willing to go out on a limb here
<g> and speculate that the majority of the women he meets probably find
him obnoxious.  as bad as the site is, is is pretty comical.   he does
sound a bit like howard stern, but didn't he say howard stern was the
only person he watched  on tv?  he's probably  a howard wannabee.  with
all of his boastfulness and pontificating, he surely must be
compensating for a shortcoming somewhere... ;)

i do want to know where he gets this idea that because jewel is
snaggletoothed she therefore must be a lesbian?  lol!!!   i have
perfectly straight teeth, thank you very much!  this site was great
comic relief after a long day. :p

peace,

joan :-d

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reply-to:     julie dougherty <jules@mr.net>
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hidee ho all,

        well, i apologize for the delay...what can i say...life gets in the way
sometimes :o)

        here are the top four vote getters:

        2.)  'intimate strangers' big on the back, and in small letters on the
front (in the pocket area).

        5.)  'a + e = ig' with 'intimate strangers' beneath

        7.)  'intimate strangers' in a stylized type (so the letters fit into
each other)  surrounded by a sun, and abstract tree and moon with the
list address curved around the side. (this will be available for viewing
very soon, having scanner problems)

        8.)  'a + e = ig' on the front, 'intimate strangers' on the back


        now...this is going to be the final vote (i promise).  i need you to
vote the shirt design, the shirt color, and the print color.

        after the voting is done, i will be trying to get an idea of how many
people will be ordering t's, this will allow us get a price on
them...(pricing is dependent on quantity ordered, color and print)
so...to save time, if you're truly interested in ordering one, please,
let me know when you vote.


        shirt color                                     print color
        a)      indigo                                  i.)     white
        b)      white                                   ii)     purple
        c)      black                                   iii)    indigo
        d)      gray                                    iv)     rainbow
        e)      dk.green                                v)      silver
        f)      purple                                  vi)     gold
        g)      cream                                   vii)    oatmeal
        h)      burgundy                                viii)   black


        once again, i humbly thank you for your extreme patience on this.  your
participation has been great so far...let's see if we can keep it going
for one more time! and if this interests you in absolutely no way...i
apologize for the wasted bw.

        nothin but peace & love for ya
        jules

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 21:48:21 -0600
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subject:      sheryl's boot page
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can anyone tell me how to get to sheryl jones' bootpage? sheryl, you out there?

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i found her page. sorry to bother everyone.

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excerpt from

  the new york times

  the pop life: indigo girl power is squelched
  by neil strauss

   the reason, school administrators say, is the band's offensive lyrics
and complaints from parents.
  though amy ray of the indigo girls called the principals of these schools
and promised not to play
  any songs with profanity, the administrators refused to back down.
students as well as the epic
  label say the concerts were canceled because the band members are openly
gay, but principals,
  among them edwin hedgepath of knoxville, maintain that there was no way
to make sure the band
  wouldn't use profanity in front of students. he cited a previous indigo
girls performance at a high
  school in which a song with a curse word was used.

   scouring albums by the indigo girls for dirty lyrics, however is like
watching "barney" for signs
  of intelligence: they are few and far between. that isn't to say,
however, that the indigo girls don't
  have their crude moments. here are four of their more subversive lyrics,
so you can decide for
  yourself if this is the sort of thing young people should be exposed to.

   they advocate cutting classes - "i remember the time when i came so
close with you/sent me
  skipping my class and running from school/and i bought you that ring
cause i was never cool"
  (from "least complicated").

   they worship pagan religions - "you had to bring up reincarnation over a
couple of beers the
  other night?/now i'm serving time for mistakes made by another in another
lifetime/how long till
  my soul gets it right?" (galileo").

   they employ unorthodox methods of teaching history - "europe shed the
blood of indians/here
  i sit in the land of plenty/crying about my virginity" (from "scooter
boys").

   they encourage acceptance of alternative life styles - "hate me cause
i'm different, hate me
  cause i'm gay/truth of the matter come around some day/it's alright."

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 23:19:05 edt
reply-to:     chance0631@aol.com
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what did the ig do when they weren't allowed to play at several high schools
because of their sexual orientation?  did they attack the school, the decision
makers, the public?  no!  they went elsewhere and performed for the same
town's kids for free. let's follow their example, their lead!

we can always go to other nonlist sites and sing their praises.  we can look
elsewhere to do good.
lynn

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 23:43:43 -0400
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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i second that,  you all have a right to voice your opinions, but you are filling
my trash bin quicker than i can take it out.  i had 239 deleted messages is the
last 3 days. 68 in my inbox that look worthy of reading later.  knock it off
please.

quit beating a dead horse.

thank you : )  karen

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 22:52:23 -0500
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      looking for sst boots

hi y'all,

i've been really out of it lately, so any
recent offers by listees for sst boots
have gone unnoticed by me.  so, if
anyone has one or more sst boots
they'd be willing to trade with me,
please let me know.  i never got a
chance to catch one of the sst shows
live, so i'd love to hear one or a few on
tape.

thanks,
lisa s.

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okay, okay, okay...i have posted a ton of these lately, but i have another
small ig obsession tale to tell...

my friend stayed after class one day to ask my japanese teacher if she
could take the quiz early b/c she had to miss class for a weddimg.  my
prof was like "sure, i'll either have it written out by the time you come
by, or i'll just shoot straight from my hip."  of course i started singing
(out loud...i'm not shy or anything) "you like to stand in the line of
fire jsut to show you can shoot straight from your hip...".  my friend and
my prof were both laughing pretty damn hard...

ja mata!
love,
karen :-)

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reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      my ig-ish day :)
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so i just started this new job on tuesday, so i am still learning and i'm
all bumming cause i'm afraid i'm gonna screw up too much - and
then..."shame on you" came on the radio...i just had to write it in my
planner *snickers* i also wrote when a sarah m. song came on shortly
thereafter...anyways, then (well the mailman had already told me that i
got another package in the mail...and i couldn't remember what else i had
ordered) my friends picked me up at work and brought my mail...it was my
copy of live atul *bounces* i watched it at a prof's house tonight *heh*
woooooooooooooooo!  *drools*

oh and then on the way home from said prof's house, at a car wash on the
marquis, it said "we aim to please" and i asked my friends if i could put
"the girlies" underneath it :) (a la the waterhed video and emily, if you
didn't catch it) :)  and i would have if i had access to a ladder and the
letters :)

i'm pretty psyched about it all :)

--audra

p.s. and just to make shanie happy :p (i was trying to control myself) -
amy and em are quite beautiful, and make me drool on a regular basis.  i
just aim to be able to shake their hands sometime before they quit their
touring etc. (and since that will never happen...) :)

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

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just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
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reply-to:     lance s longwell <longwell.ls@juno.com>
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subject:      re: ug!!  the worst guy i've ever seen.....igc

please, someone reassure me that this whole little venting thing isn't
going to turn into the big "websites we all hate" thing like it did last
year.  i don't think i could live through another 3 week period of
unproductive bitching.

yeah, the guys site is pathetic.  how about we actually ignore it,
thereby taking away it's legitamacy?  and then maybe actually doing
something productive with out time:  chiapas, habitat for humanity, etc.

just a thought.

l'sly

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date:         thu, 24 sep 1998 22:22:16 -0700
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well i am really tired but i want to reply to a whole bunch of stuff soo
here we go.

can we please drop the dead boy.  yes he doesn't belive in what we do.
so big rasberry to him and we move on with our lives.

just a little tip on tapes.  if you have something on a tape and you
don't want to tape over it punch out the little tabs on top and you
can't.  but if for somereson you want to tape on the tape again, put a
little piece of scotch tape over the hole.

sheryl i am still over joycing on my boot.  i was playing it in the car
again and my carpool was sining.  i was great becuse not in a million
years would they listen to ig on their own.  and now they are singing.
happy for me.

a couple of months ago y'all were puting the girl's songs for a
tranlater on the internet for free.  could someone possible send me the
address?

yeah!  i think that is it.  thanks for listening to me ramble.

hugs and herhsey kisses~
luna

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hey.

can someone help me out with shawn mullins' tour dates?  i thought it was
posted a while back that he would be in california this coming week, but
it's not on his web site.  anybody have any info?  thanks,
java

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and then maybe actually doing
something productive with out time:  chiapas, habitat for humanity, etc.

just a thought.

okay!!  how's this for a thought....
on rosh hashana (jewish new year) the rabbi at my parent's new temple was
making a speech.... and i was falling asleep, as usual... till i heard the
words: habitat for humanity.
yup.  woke up then, i'll tell ya (can you imagine?  ig related stuff on rosh
hashana in *temple*!!!! heh heh)  what was he saying?  that habitat usually
does the actual building and stuff on saturdays - which is the orthodox
jewish sabbath, when you can't do "work" which includes a whole helluva lot
you'd be surprised about.  so he was arranging a special project with
habitat that would happen on sundays, so the members of my temple could
participate and help out - so that all orthodox jews, for that matter, could
get involved.
how cool is that?
i am sooooo ****ing impressed with my community.  yay!!!!  go us....!! ;-)


peace, and happy building!!
michal

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the only curse word i could think of in their albums (do we still call them
"albums"?)
is  "...i keep fucking up..."  in "shame on you."
you are so right about their horrible subversive lyrics.  we can't have things
like prayer ("hey jesus") or love ("power of two") being openly advocated to
our children.  they might grow up to do terrible things like have loving
relationships and possibly find their own spirituality--gasp!
freida.

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thanx for giving me the link, babs.  now that i've seen his drivel for myself,
it is obvious to me that he is a little boy with computer skills looking for
attention by throwing a sour-grapes tantrum because girls don't like him.  i
hope he gets it out of his system before he od's on testosterone and grows
some muscles and becomes a rapist.  eeek.
freida.

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i got tickets for the bob dylan/joni mitchell show in chicago!!!!!

was going to put nigc, but maybe its igc after all...two of the girls'
biggest influences, playing on the same bill, the same night.  woo-hoo!

:),
shelley

(who is very happy that she's graduated from being a temp, esp. since it
means making enough to buy silly concert tickets)

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on that dumb guy, it was posted:
>by the way -- his email address is chickssuck@shutdown.com  and i vote
we
>all write him to share our opinion -- in a very loving manner of
course..

no!!! don't!!! (darn i am so behind on my mail, i bet it's too late
now),, this jerk posts all his hate mail, with his nasty comments added.
i don't think he actually replies to your email, he just puts it up on
his site and *then* responds *there*, giving himself the last word.
he'll publicly insult you... don't do it!

jill

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i was telling a friend about this site and now they want to check it out for
themselves.  i was going to send them the url, but i remembered i wasted no
deleting it!   could someone privavtely send me the addy?   sorry to waste b/w
on this losers site, but i don't where else to get the addy.

thanks,

lynn   :-)    <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">tahmehawk's
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joan saaaaid:
>...because jewel is
>snaggletoothed she therefore must be a lesbian? i have
>perfectly straight teeth, thank you very much!

mmm.  now you've got me thinking...  ya know, k.d. lang's got such a
nice pearly white smile.  and kate.  kate the great kate.  oh man.  she
just knocks me to the pavement.  i mean, uhm, her teeth, yeah, her
teeth, they're so nice.  and some of yous on here have owned up to
contemplating emily's dental work from the front row, ahem. hee.  i
think we should investigate this strange correlation between lesbianism
and excessive dental hygiene.  forget about inner ears... i think *this*
may be the missing link. ;)  maybe it's in the fluoride...?

jill
(who wore braces for *4* years, and spent the better part of puberty in
headgear.)

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who is kate?  yeh, i've got straight teeth too!
jeri

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hey, anyone who went to any lilith fair summer of 98, did amy ever come out
for the encore? she didn't at the one i waent to, and i just saw a picture
of another in which she was not on stage. any clue?

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hi y'all,

i wanted to post a music recommendation that i've revisted recently.  toshi
reagon is an awesome musician who has been around for quite some time.  she
plays acoustic guitar and has always been politically active. i first heard
her in college back in the early 80's.  her mother, bernice johnson reagon, is
with sweet honey in the rock - another great group!  i'm surprised that toshi
hasn't hooked up with indigo girls, or maybe she has and i missed it!

you can buy her music at ladyslipper (www.ladyslipper.org). i've also seen her
cds at borders.

happy listening,
leslie

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on fri, 25 sep 1998, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> hey, anyone who went to any lilith fair summer of 98, did amy ever come out
> for the encore? she didn't at the one i waent to, and i just saw a picture
> of another in which she was not on stage. any clue?

        i don't think i remember seeing her at the encore in los angeles,
but i may be wrong . . . i'm pretty sure emily was there, though.

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guess i'm an underwater thing, i'm liquid running. . .  there's a sea
secret in me--it's plain to see that it is rising, but i must be flowing
liquid diamonds. . ."
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on fri, 25 sep 1998, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> hey, anyone who went to any lilith fair summer of 98, did amy ever come out
> for the encore? she didn't at the one i waent to, and i just saw a picture
> of another in which she was not on stage. any clue?
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she showed up on stage for the encore at the lilith in kansas. i know this
for a fact, even though i may have been a little tipsy.

alayna

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ya'll might want to check this out:

http://www.pluggedin.com/shows/womeninmusic.html

i think it's a radio show? i'm not really sure what it is but it's got
the girls, dar williams, sister 7, kd lang, patty larkin and a bunch of
other ppl on lots of different programs...i'm listening to it know i
can't tell if it's live in studio stuff or just them playing the
songs...

*hugs*

lamia

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you know you're obsessed when you live in chicago, are a senior in high school and your top school choice is emory university.  i tell my friends it has nothing to do with the indigo girls.  they laugh.  but emory has an excellent business program!!! they really do!!!! <my intended major>  yeah, yeah, i know i'm pretty bad.

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hey all--
barb and twink forwarded this to the mighty midwesterners.  it's daemon
content, so i'm forwarding it to you. (is that okay? barb? twink? don't
kill meee, i'm innocent, i swear.)
just read the lineup... this place is amazing.. danielle howle!!!  peter
mulvey! cowboy envy! michelle penn (friend of sulli's, check her
out)!!!, michelle malone!!!!!!!!!!, big fish ensemble!  shawn mullins!
i said, go go go.

jill
i gottaaaaaa mooooove to where tha music is goooooood....

upcoming shows at eddie's attic:

>> tonight - david ryan harris, formerly of the band follow for now,
will
>> be doing two shows at 7:00 and 9:30
>>
>> saturday - eric taylor will be
>> doing one show at 9:30.
>> sunday - lowen and navarro will do one show at 8:00.  peter mulvey
will
>> open, and it will be broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm.
>> october 2 - the floating men are doing two shows (7:00 & 9:30).  they
>> are a fabulous acoustic rock trio - great performers.
>>
>> october 3 - matthew kahler...with his new band.
>> rob zumowski (who's played with billy
>> pilgrim, caroline aiken, shawn mullins) will be joining matthew on
>> percussion for these shows.

>> if you need any details, e-mail us or call at 404-377-4976.
>
>> october:
>>
>> 1.  halcyon - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 2.  the floating men - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
-
>> $8, $12 both shows
>> 3.  the matthew kahler band - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30
>> 21&over/smoking - living water (formerly joyce & jacque) opens the
9:30
>> show - $7, $10 both shows
>> 4.  "live at the attic" broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm with chuck brodsky,
>> doug cox, and
>> elise witt - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 5.  acoustic open mic - 8:00 21&over/smoking, sign up at 7:00 - $3
>> 6.  open mic finalist showcase - 8:00 crystal armentrout, 9:00 tba,
>> 10:00
>> eric litwin - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 7.  dave sutherland - 8:00 21&over/smoking - craig rafuse opens at
8:00
>> - $6
>> 8.  judith edelman - 8:00 21&over/smoking - larry keel experience
opens
>> at 8:00 - $6
>> 9.  danielle howle - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking -
>> bet williams opens the 9:30 show - $7, $10 both shows
>> 10.  michelle penn - 9:30 21&over/smoking - kari newhouse opens at
9:30
>> - $6
>> 10.  dede vogt - 7:00 all ages/no smoking - $6
>> 11.  "live at the attic" broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm with jennifer
>> kimball  - 8:00 21&over/smoking - tara vandevender opens at 8:00 - $7
>> 12.  acoustic open mic - 8:00 21&over/smoking, sign up at 7:00 - $3
>> 13.  comedy at sundown - 8:00 21&over/smoking
>> 14.  open mic finalist showcase - 8:00 mark spence, 9:00 ben wakeman,
>> 10:00
>> ryan long - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 15.  cosy sheridan - 8:00 21 & over/smoking - jennifer goree opens at
>> 8:00 - $8
>> 16.  greg brown - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking -
nancy
>> moran
>> opens at 9:30 - $12
>> 17.  michelle malone - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
-
>> $8, $12 both shows
>> 18.  "live at the attic" broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm with nancy moran,
>> sweeter than wine, and don
>> parker - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 18.  cowboy envy - 5:30 all ages/no smoking - $6
>> 19.  acoustic open mic - 8:00 21&over/smoking, sign up at 7:00 - $3
>> 20.  open mic finalist showcase - 8:00 lauren fincham, 9:00 paul
sforza,
>> 10:00
>> patrick horton - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 21.  open mic finalist showcase - 8:00 temple & brent, 9:00 hollie
>> poole, 10:00
>> sonya vetra - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 22.  hugh blumenfeld, carol elliott, buddy mondlock - 8:00
>> 21&over/smoking - $7
>> 23.  soul miner's daughter's cd release party!! - 7:00 all ages/no
>> smoking, 9:15 and 11:30
>> 21&over/smoking - $7
>> 24.  josh joplin band - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30
21&over/smoking -
>> 22 brides opens at 9:30 - $8, $12 both shows
>> 25.  "live at the attic" broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm - women in the
round
>> with halcyon,
>> diane ward, and magda hiller - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 26.  acoustic open mic - 8:00 21&over/smoking, sign up at 7:00 - $3
>> 27.  dueling comics - an open mic for stand-up comedians - 8:00
>> 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 28.  open mic finalist showcase - 8:00 tba, 9:00 steve shockley,
10:00
>> ben marcum - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $5
>> 29.  dayna kurtz and angela motter - 8:00 21&over/smoking
>> 30.  danielle sansone - cd release party - 9:30 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 30.  justin rosolino  - 7:00 all ages/no smoking
>> 31.  big fish ensemble - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30
21&over/smoking
>> - ratsy opens the 9:30 show - $7, $10 both shows
>>
>> november:
>>
>> 7.  make-a-wish-jam album release - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30
>> 21&over/smoking
>> 13.  john gorka with special guest garnet rogers - 7:00 all ages/no
>> smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking - $13
>> 14.  christine kane - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
-
>> ric hordinski opens the 9:30 show
>> 19.  eddie from ohio - 8:00 21&over/smoking
>> 20.  eddie from ohio - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
>> 27.  open mic shootout ix
>>
>> december:
>>
>> 18.  pierce pettis - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
>> 26.  shawn mullins - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking


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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 18:08:34 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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why don't i live in atlanta???!!!!!!

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i'm really behind in my mail..so i just saw this site but i have two
opinions:
#1. it's sad that someone needs such negative attention. obviously this
site is to try and get him some attention cuz he doesn't get any any
other way. how sad.
#2. maybe it's a woman who did the site as a satirical thing on men?

*hugs*

lamia


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i know i've seen this mentioned before on the list, but both of these cd's are
out now, and well worth it!!!

the first one is by stereo popsicle, a local atlanta band that is starting to
get a lot of attention.   emily sings lead & background vocals on the song
"jenny" on their cd, which is called "sunlight & toys".   it's just a
*beautiful* track.   you can order it through their web site,
http://www.ndeck.vivid.net/stereopop.html, or one of the local record stores
in l5p (wax n facts, wuxtry).

the second one is a new volume (third) of the "tribute to bob dylan", put out
by sister ruby records.  it's a limited edition (1500) cd, apparently the last
one of the dylan tribute series.   emily's contribution is "ballad in plain
d".   just emily and a guitar.  it too is beautiful!!!!    musicdrome, in
atlanta, has a supply of them, and also does mail order.   they have it for a
great price - $10.99 (which is less than i paid for it two weeks ago!! =p)
they also have the first volume, which includes ig singing "tangled up in
blue" too, which was hard to find for a while.

=)
lisa

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hi ya'll here's a new thread! i was thinking about this today as i
organized my cds, we've talked about it in different tori surveys
before..my question is: how many indigo girls cds do you own? this
counts singles, compilations, soundtracks, etc.

i own: 26 (i think..possibly more cuz lel raids my stuff)

*hugs*

lamia

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if we're just counting real live releases, not boots, and if we count other
artists cd's w/ig singing, than 17. if we don't count the latter, than only
15.

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this is my second request......could someone privately send me the addy to
this website.

lynn   :-)    <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">tahmehawk's
place</a>

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i fear this thread will grow quite voluminous so i'll get in on it now
before folks start complaining about bandwith. under the original
criteria, i've got 36 (with the two dylan tribute cds on the way).


on fri, 25 sep 1998, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> if we're just counting real live releases, not boots, and if we count other
> artists cd's w/ig singing, than 17. if we don't count the latter, than only
> 15.
>
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peter a. barta
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<< i own: 26 (i think..possibly more cuz lel raids my stuff) >>

god damn!  well, includeing lilith. boys on the side... that kind of stuff i
total a whopping 11! woohooo. i need money man! ahh well, take care!
-=-katy-=-

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<<this is my second request......could someone privately send me the addy to
this website.>

question answered.   thank you to all those that sent the addy.

lynn   :-)    <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">tahmehawk's
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  ~*poof*~


  the magical genie has found you!!  it shall give you one wish and only 1
wish!!!  be careful what you wish for.....it shall come true!!!  now it's =
time
to make a wish.  as you scroll make a wish!!
  as you scroll....

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  did you make a wish?  okay...here's your last chance!!!
  your last scroll down!!
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          ~*poof*~
  we are almost done!!!  your wish will come true, but the genie said that =
the
only way he'll grant you
  this wish if you send this to:
  5 people and your wish will come true in a month.
  10 people and your wish will come true in 2 weeks.
  15 people and your wish will come true in a week.
  20 people and your wish will come true in a day!!!


  if you don't send this to a least 5 people you will  have bad luck for se=
ven
years!!!

  by the way you have an hour!!!>>


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i am doing a psychology paper and presentation on the nature vs. nurture
issue of homosexuality.  my friend jenessa is doing the nature aspect
and i am doing the nurture aspect.  i went to the library, she found
enough articles for a book and i found one.  so if any of y'all know any
web sites, books, magazines, tv shows.  could you tell me?    i really
want to do an excellent job.  thanks y'all!

hugs and hershey kisses~
luna

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>>>>> >> >read on if you value
>>>>>  your health ...
>>>>>
>>>>> >> >i am writing this because women are not being
>>>>>  informed about the
>>>>> >> >dangers of something most of us use - tampons.
>>>>>  i'm taking a class this
>>>>> >> >month and i have been learning a lot about
>>>>>  biology and the woman,
>>>>> >> >including much about feminine hygiene.
>>>>>  recently we have learned that
>>>>> >> >tampons are actually dangerous (for
>>>>>  other reasons than tss).  read on
>>>>> >> >if you're  >interested, if not,
>>>>>  that's fine too.  but i'll tell you
>>>>> >> this after learning about this
>>>>>  in our class, most of the females wound up
>>>>> >> >feeling angry and upset
>>>>>  with the tampon industry, and i for one, am
>>>>> >> going to do something
>>>>>  about it.  to start, i want to inform everyone i
>>>>> >> can, and email is
>>>>>  the fastest way that i know how.
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >here's the scoop: tampons
>>>>>  contain two things that are potentially
>>>>> >> >harmful:
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >rayon (for
>>>>>  absorbency) and dioxin (a chemical used in bleaching the
>>>>> >> >products).
>>>>>   the tampon industry is convinced that we, as women, need
>>>>> >> >bleached
>>>>>  white products - they seem to think that we view the product
>>>>> >> >as
>>>>>  pure and  clean. the problem here is that the dioxin produced in
>>>>> >>
>>>>>  this bleaching process can lead to very harmful problems for a
>>>>>  woman.
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >dioxin is potentially carcinogenic (cancer-associated)
>>>>>  and is toxic to
>>>>> >> the immune and reproductive systems.  it has been
>>>>>  linked to
>>>>>   endometriosis as well as lower sperm counts for men -  for
>>>>>  both,
>>>>>   it breaks  down the immune system. last september the
>>>>>
>>>>>  environmental protection agency (epa) reported that there really
>>>>>   is
>>>>>  no set "acceptable" level of exposure to dioxin - given
>>>>>   that it is
>>>>>  cumulative and slow to disintegrate, the real
>>>>>   danger comes from
>>>>>  repeated contact  (karen houppert
>>>>>   "pullng the plug  on the tampon
>>>>>  industry").  i'd say using
>>>>>   about 5 tampons a day, five  days a
>>>>>  month, for 38 menstruating
>>>>>   years is "repeated contact", wouldn't
>>>>>  you?
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >rayon contributes to the danger of tampons and dioxin
>>>>>  because it is a
>>>>> >> >highly absorbent substance and therefore when
>>>>>  fibers from the tampons
>>>>> >> >are left behind in the vagina (as usually
>>>>>  occurs), it creates a
>>>>> >> breeding ground for the dioxin, and stays in a
>>>>>  lot longer than
>>>>>   it would with just cotton tampons.  this is also the
>>>>>  reason
>>>>>   why tss (toxic shock syndrome) occurs.
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >what are the
>>>>>  alternatives? using feminine hygiene products that
>>>>> >> >aren't bleached
>>>>>  (which causes the dioxin) and that are all cotton (the
>>>>> >> >rayon will
>>>>>  leave fibers and "breeding grounds" in the vagina). other
>>>>> >> >feminine
>>>>>  hygiene products (pads/napkins)contain dioxin as well, but
>>>>> >> they are
>>>>>  not nearly as dangerous since they are not in direct contact with
>>>>> >>
>>>>>  the vagina. the pads/napkins need to stop being bleached, but
>>>>>  obviously
>>>>> >> >tampons are the most dangerous.  so, what can you do if
>>>>>  you can't give
>>>>> >> >up using tampons? use tampons that are made from
>>>>>  100% cotton, and
>>>>> >> >that are unbleached. unfortunately, there are
>>>>>  very, very few companies
>>>>> >> >that make these safe tampons.  they are
>>>>>  usually only found in health
>>>>> >> >food stores.  countries all over the
>>>>>  world (sweden, germany, british
>>>>> >> >columbia, etc.) have demanded a
>>>>>  switch to this safer tampon, while the
>>>>> >> >u.s. has decided to keep us
>>>>>  in the dark about it. in 1989, activists in
>>>>> >> >england mounted a
>>>>>  campaign against chlorine bleaching. six weeks and
>>>>> >> >50,000 letters
>>>>>  later, the makers of sanitary products switched to oxygen
>>>>> >> >bleaching
>>>>>  (one of the green methods available) (ms. magazine, may/june
>>>>> >>
>>>>>  >1995).
>>>>>
>>>>> >> >personally i think it's time that the u.s. switches, and
>>>>>  we need to
>>>>> >> make our voices heard.
>>>>> >> >
>>>>> >> >what to do now: tell
>>>>>  people. everyone. inform them. we are being
>>>>> >> >manipulated by this
>>>>>  industry and the government, let's do something
>>>>> >> >about it! tell
>>>>>  everyone to write to the companies - tampax (tambrands),
>>>>> >> >playtex,
>>>>>  o.b., kotex.  call the 1-800 numbers on the boxes.
>>>>> >> >let them know
>>>>>  that we demand a safe product - all-cotton,

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goodafternoon members!
leanne and jen here saying hi and tgif...
sarah is now back at home. she has returned to vancouver after a
successful stop over in the uk...the reviews coming back from the
first-ever lilith fair show outside of north america are amazing! it took
place at london's royal albert hall on wed., sept. 23rd. sarah performed
without her band this time around, showing the strength of her voice and
talents on the piano (it's always a treat to see sarah perform
acoustically).
the success of lilith abroad has raised the question "will lilith fair tour
europe next year?" no concrete plans have been made as of yet, but there is
talk of a short run of shows in late may or early june of next year (as
always, we will keep you posted...).

last night was canada's muchmusic video awards. it was a great show and
proved to be successful for sarah.
her video "sweet surrender" won awards for:
best editing- w/editor alex bigham
the people's choice for favourite canadian video!

our songstress continues to make us proud... fortunately this hardworking
woman now gets to enjoy some well deserved "down time" before going back in
the studio to mix the tracks for her next live album...
count on murmurs to keep you informed as often as possible...
take care & play safe!

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okay, here's the hypothetical situation in question.  let's say two lovers are
laying on the couch cuddling and watching a movie.  let's say the movie in
question was "bound."  now, let's say that, during a moment of passion, the
phrase "you're making it very hard to watch the movie" pops out, but the wrong
person's name pops out.  specifically the person's ex (the person speaking).
how would the guilty party attempt to right the hypothetical wrong?

just a curious question...honest!

dawn

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amen sister! tell it like it is! *l*
why can't we all live in atlanta!! i wanna see danielle :( i wanna see
michelle :(

*hugs*

lamia
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why don't i live in atlanta???!!!!!!

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 22:18:39 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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what's the first line of 'go,' formerly 'problem child?'

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 23:35:11 edt
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hey folks, na na nan na!  hehehe, i am goin to see michelle malone wooohoo!!
good stuff.. i have a good friend at u of georgia, and am going over to check
out the college and see her, and it just so happens that mm will be playin
that night at eddies!  waaahoo!!  anyways, my q is this... have you guys ev er
heard of these folks, and if so, are they any good?  and what kinda music is
it??

thanks, troop
16.  greg brown - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking -
nancy
>> moran
>> opens at 9:30 - $12
>> 17.  michelle malone - 7:00 all ages/no smoking, 9:30 21&over/smoking
-
>> $8, $12 both shows
>> 18.  "live at the attic" broadcast on wrfg 89.3 fm with nancy moran,
>> sweeter than wine, and don
>> parker - 8:00 21&over/smoking - $6
>> 18.  cowboy envy - 5:30 all ages/no smoking - $6

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 23:48:09 -0400
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26...i just counted...26 ig cd's...

:-) karen

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 23:50:43 -0400
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i know a bunch of us have requested this, but i'll say it once more.  can
we please stop sending forwards to the list???  these forwards are nothing
new...i have seen the genie one like 1000 times.  it is really annoying to
get forwards as list mail.  okay?  so can we plase stop?

karen (who is bitchy b/c she had too much to drink and needs to get up
early tomorrow)

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 23:51:21 edt
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hey atlanta envy!

there are good bands and great musicians everywhere.  don't think that
georgia's got it all.  instead of listening to what others say about daemon
records bands and atlanta bands, in general, go out and experience your town
or city.  i'm not putting y'all down, so don't think this is mean-spirited.
every city has good bandage and musicage, but every city is not born
equally...

-chee

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 00:18:28 -0400
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okay, i am sorry to post this to the list, but i have to gripe about it...
what's the deal with this 2 for 1 copying?  i think it is such bullshit.
for those of you who don't know what i am talking about, some people make
you send them 2 taoes when they copy something for you...one for the tape
and one for them to keep for their time.  i am sorry, but doesn't anyone
totally agree with me that this is pure bs?  i mean, how much effort does
it take to copy a tape?  of course i'm all for the send a tape and send an
addressed, postage paid envelope, but this "if i copy for you, i'll need
to gain an extra tape" thing is so ridiculous!  anyway, th eonly reason i
bring this up is b/c i wanted a tape, and i didn't have anything that the
person wanted to trade, so this person had the nerve to ask me to send 2
tapes.  needless to say, i refused, i found someone else who had the boot
who was willing to copy it for me the right way.  i mean, am i totally
alone in thinking this 2 for 1 stuff is bullshit???  i have been trading
boots for a long time now, and i have never run into that before...

karen

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 00:54:08 -0400
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well, i just wanted to say that this type of trading that you are
talking about (you send 2 tapes for one copy) was how i got started in
collecting boots!  when you think about it though... it is expensive for
the person booting to keep up their equipment & such & buy the original
tapes and recording device(s).

long before this list was ever on the net... i was collecting ig
boots... and was only too happy (because my buddy mike wouldn't accept
any money for taping things for me) to send an extra blank for him to
use... in exchange for him taping it for me.  so, i don't really think
it's so out of the ordinary for someone to request that... especially if
you haven't anything to trade them that they want or need.

now i know that there are tons of us here on the list that trade
boots...  but let's keep in mind that there is some expense involved
here & that not everyone has the money to purchase all the tapes they
need.  perhaps these folks are planning to use that extra blank to dub
future shows... who really knows?  i, personally, don't have a problem
and think that karen has the right idea...  if you don't want to trade
with someone who would like you to send the extra tape... then don't...
there are others you might find to dub a copy for you.  i don't,
however, agree that it is the wrong thing for someone to do... they are
putting the time into copying that for you and possibly all the
investment in the original booting as well... so why not get an extra
tape for the trouble?  i don't think it's the same as charging cash for
them - that i would not personally want to agree to.

anyway, i just felt like i needed to say something about all this cuz i
know that this practice is not new... i have never booted a show
myself... but if i were doing it i might be inclined to ask those who
wanted a dub to send me an extra tape just to cut down on the tapes i
would need to invest in to get the original boot.

okay... probably more than enough said... but, hey, the twink has been
pretty quiet lately... time to come back out of lurk mode!

later,
twink!

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ha! let me tell you about the music scene here:
they can be divided into very distinct groups!!
#1-preteen girls who sing showtunes and are known as "pagentheads" they
are very predominant and show up at every and all festivals we have here
(which btw is one a year)
#2-15 year old guys who want to be johnny lang. they play jimi hendrix
songs and you can't hear what they say cuz their amps are too loud.
#3-old guy bands. these are people who are 40-50 years old, and they're
the ones that play in all the clubs here. they play jimmy buffet tunes,
eagles, early tom petty...
#4-gospel and choirs, staple song is: oh happy day.

all that's here is cover bands. there are some in jackson (about an hour
or so away) but any time they have festivals there they bring in people
like better than ezra. so there is really no scene here. all the bands
there that play original songs are country with all capital letters. not
that i have a problem with countryish folk..but this is really bad
stuff!

so i will yearn for atlanta...

*hugs*

lamia


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this could be a carbon copy of a discussion/flame war we had on the tori
amos boot list about 2 weeks ago. what did we learn? everyone has their
own opinion on this. people who think one way will never be convinced of
the other. never.
one side can explain, the other counters, but in the end, people do what
they do and no side ever agrees with the other!
no offense to you karen you know i luv you *hugs*
but can we please take this to private mail?

*hugs*

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okay, i am sorry to post this to the list, but i have to gripe about
it...
what's the deal with this 2 for 1 copying?  i think it is such bullshit.
for those of you who don't know what i am talking about, some people
make
you send them 2 taoes when they copy something for you...one for the
tape
and one for them to keep for their time.  i am sorry, but doesn't anyone
totally agree with me that this is pure bs?  i mean, how much effort
does
it take to copy a tape?  of course i'm all for the send a tape and send
an
addressed, postage paid envelope, but this "if i copy for you, i'll need
to gain an extra tape" thing is so ridiculous!  anyway, th eonly reason
i
bring this up is b/c i wanted a tape, and i didn't have anything that
the
person wanted to trade, so this person had the nerve to ask me to send 2
tapes.  needless to say, i refused, i found someone else who had the
boot
who was willing to copy it for me the right way.  i mean, am i totally
alone in thinking this 2 for 1 stuff is bullshit???  i have been trading
boots for a long time now, and i have never run into that before...

karen

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 02:19:54 edt
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sorry to waste space, but i wanted to say thanks to everyone who responded to
my post about french speakers and activities.  little did i know there was an
ig fan from belgium lurking on the listserve, and you thought of many ideas
which hadn't occurred to me for hobbies, etc.  if anyone wants a copy of the
activities suggestions let me know!
thanks again, you all rock!
kathy

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i got a promo record at the record show i went to a couple weeks ago and i've
decided that i'm not too attached to it. it's the promo 12" with kid fears,
ctf, center stage, and prince of darkness. the record in in great condition,
no skipping, etc. plain black cover with sticker listing dates for when ig
toured with rem. i'd like to sell it for at least $20 (+shipping) but if
anyone wants to go higher i'll donate 10% to hte. deadline is midnight sunday.

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subject:      shawn mullins info needed! cheri c?
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cheri, or anybody out there who happens to know when shawn mullins is
playing in the entire state of california, pleeeeeese post this info.
as soon as utterly humanly possible.  java and michal neeeeed to know.
(michal's holding *my woman* hostage until she receives this info!  good
lord help us all).  said info, i believe, appeared in the original post
i forwarded to you, in which a list of his tour dates appearred.  got
that post?  possess that info?  email java at worldfalls@earthlink.net

thank you i love you i love you allllll

jilly

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 03:24:26 pdt
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>>why don't i live in atlanta???!!!!!!

>why can't we all live in atlanta!

why don't we all go to atlanta and live together?! ;)

(three strangers... picked to live in a house.. to find out what happens
when people get off your screen... and into your living room. the nigc
world. atlanta)

ya think?
hee

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>26...i just counted...26 ig cd's...

thirteeee-two. <incl. appearances on daemon releases>.
and a can of sardines,
one red acrylic knee-length argyle sock,
and this damn betty cd that no one will take off my hands.

jilly

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i think it was the venerable and highly-esteemed pooh who said to me,
waaay back when i was a clueless (and, tigger tells me, "airheaded")
newbie:

"if anybody tells you they do 2 for 1 trades, you tell 'em where they
can stuff it, **that ain't the way we do things on this list.**"

if somebody tells you they only do 2 for 1 trades, take your business
elsewhere.  there are lots of us out there who are perfectly willing to
do it for nothing but a sase, the way we *do* do things on this list.

harrrumph.
jill

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        sorry if this has been covered before, i'm still pretty new:
ok, so i'm going to my 10 year high school reunion.  and i have to fill out a
page for the memory book , and i want a really cool quote, so i am thinking
about "reunion," (of course).
        the problem is.....i'm not entirely sure that i understand all of amy's
lyrics.  i want to make sure i know what i'm talking about.  please
help......i'm kinda obsessed about this song right now....... so obsessed that
it woke me up at 6:30  on my day off!
        thanks!

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 08:18:22 -0500
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hey everyone-

quick request.....as a group, we have always given to a charity for
amy's and emily's birthdays.  well, one of those charities needs us to
do a little activism on their behalf.  i beseech everyone to please go
to the honor the earth website and write a letter on behalf of the
buffalo in yellowstone national park.  the information is all there, but
it essentially boils down to the government wanting to "manage" the
buffalo population (kill them) in order to preserve grazing lands for
rancher cattle.  hte and the seventh generation fund is trying to stop
the law from going through.
we think nothing of giving *money* to hte to on behalf of amy's
birthday, or to spend 60 bucks on a ig ticket so we can sit up front, or
filling out political action cards because amy and emily are coming to
collect them.  i would argue that if we just wrote on their behalf and
gave them a moment of our time, we could make a *real* difference in our
environment.  there are almost 800 of us.  a simple letter is all it
takes.  thanks.

off my soapbox-
karrie

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sorry for the double post.....

just a brief request from an overextended graduate student to all
newbies (and others who may be guilty).
do *not* send massive chain letters (like the genie, tweety, the carrot
and number joke, etc) to the list, lay off the "me toos" about the
chicks suck guy...(he is just bitter because no one will suck him) and
especially, especially, please do not reply to a message and then be as
clueless as to not delete the extra parts of the message from the person
to whom you are responding.  why?

1.  it is in the faq not to do it.
and
2.  it clogs up bandwidth, thereby pissing people like me, who are on
the digest version of the list, off.  when i am scurrying through to
check my mail, and i am already in a rush as it is, it really makes me
bitter to have to go through a bunch of bullshit to get to boot info,
concert info, etc.  hitting the delete key is not an option, and
besides, i don't want to re-read information i have already obtained, or
make a freakin wish.

enough said.  i am going back to my thesis.

karrie

ps.  please don't send me flames telling me i am mean and i lack tact.
i know this already.

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:04:53 -0400
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it is  a sad, sad day my friends. after wearing it proudly for about 50,000
miles (ruff estimate), my purple indigo girls bumpah sticka is
shredsville.....half way hanging off, and i've already tried duct
tape....it can't be rescued :(

if anyone ever figured out how to get thos little beauties they sold during
last summer's (two summers ago) tour, please email me privately. or if you
have an extra you're willing to part with, i'll give ya top dollar or a
chance to see me naked, whichever you prefer. ha! ;)

love, sus

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:33:19 -0400
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on sat, 26 sep 1998, swampy spice wrote:

oops!  i forgot to count my daemon apperences!  hehehe!  so i guess the
new total is...29, but not the sardines.  i don't like sardines.  they
make me puke!  :-)
:-) karen


>
> >26...i just counted...26 ig cd's...
>
> thirteeee-two. <incl. appearances on daemon releases>.
> and a can of sardines,
> one red acrylic knee-length argyle sock,
> and this damn betty cd that no one will take off my hands.
>
> jilly
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 11:28:29 edt
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in a message dated 9/26/98 5:38:30 am, jillyc@hotmail.com wrote:

<<if somebody tells you they only do 2 for 1 trades, take your business
elsewhere.  there are lots of us out there who are perfectly willing to
do it for nothing but a sase, the way we *do* do things on this list.>>

stop the presses!!!!!  ohmigawd!!!!!  i actually agree with jill! ;)  mother
pooh gave her good advice (yes, pooh, i actually agree with you too! <g>),
back from the days when we, on the list, agreed (there's that word again) that
a & e don't mind us sharing their music by making boots, but that we shouldn't
profit from it.  as for those people who think, as twink says, "it is
expensive for the person booting to keep up their equipment & such & buy the
original tapes and recording device(s)."  sorry, twink (nothing personal, no
flame here).  we do it for the love of it, not to be compensated.

dee (who will now go back to lurking)

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 11:33:35 edt
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1.  i'm really interested in vinyl.  anybody have some info on why some
records sound muffled (i have a collection of really old records, and i don't
know if they sound bad b/c of some chemical rxn on the vinyl or what)?  i'm
interested in some ig records.  are there any from the 80's?

2.  this is about cassette tapes:  when n*i*s came out, i got it on cassette
tape and wore it out.  you know how tapes sometimes flip?  well, this did, so
when i got out the ol' trusty tiny screwdriver to open up the tape to fix it,
i noticed that it didn't have any screws to unscrew.  i was furious, and i was
young.  i wrote a letter to the girls complaining about their choice of tape
manufacturers and the quality of the tapes.  now, i notice that every tape
that daemon records and ig put out are high quality tapes.  and that was like
in '91.

3.  ig music genre:  i have two musical tastes.  i love the sound of a
trombone, any horn that sound deep and baritone-ish...and the way it can slide
like that!  and i love ig music.  isn't it funny how they really don't go
together?  what would it take to get amy or emily to play the trombone?  oh,
that would just give me goosebumps and shivers if i ever heard it!!!

that's my posting for sometime now...sorry about bw wasteage.
-chee

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 11:41:08 -0400
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at 03:06 am 9/26/98 pdt, you wrote:
>cheri, or anybody out there who happens to know when shawn mullins is
>playing in the entire state of california, pleeeeeese post this info.

wow.  i love being popular!
here you go....
9/27 sunday  santa barbara,ca  coach house(110 santa barbara st)
        doors 7p  show either 8:45 or 9:15 depending on opening act

9/28 monday  la,ca  viper room(8853 sunset blvd)
        doors 8p  show 8:30p

9/29 tuesday denver,co the soiled dove(1949 market st)
        doors 7p  show 9p
        i believe this is a shawn solo only show

9/30 wednesday  austin,tx  stubb's(801 red river rd.)
        doors 7p  show 9p

10/1 thursday  houston,tx  billy blues(6025 richmond ave)
        doors 7p  show 9p

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 11:50:26 -0400
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"i am a problem child/i've been wild all my days."

--first line of "go/problem child"
--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:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:06:09 pdt
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yes!
let's do it *lol*

*hugs*
lamia
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>>>why don't i live in atlanta???!!!!!!

>>why can't we all live in atlanta!

>why don't we all go to atlanta and live together?! ;)

(three strangers... picked to live in a house.. to find out what happens
when people get off your screen... and into your living room. the nigc
world. atlanta)

ya think?
hee

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 12:14:50 -0400
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hey!

neil johnson, email me please.  i need to know which boot i'm sending you.
thanks!  peace, melissa

sorry for wasting space!  (look!  no .sig!)

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:15:18 -0700
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whoa... anyone up for going to the viper room? do you need to buy advance
tix or is it at the door? i am a hop skip and a jump away from viperdom...

emily

at 11:41 am 9/26/98 -0400, cheri carter wrote:
>at 03:06 am 9/26/98 pdt, you wrote:
>>cheri, or anybody out there who happens to know when shawn mullins is
>>playing in the entire state of california, pleeeeeese post this info.
>
>wow.  i love being popular!
>here you go....
>9/27 sunday  santa barbara,ca  coach house(110 santa barbara st)
>        doors 7p  show either 8:45 or 9:15 depending on opening act
>
>9/28 monday  la,ca  viper room(8853 sunset blvd)
>        doors 8p  show 8:30p

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hey all,

yes, i'm late as usual...  anyway, on that darn boot i talk so much about,
yes, vancouver 12.4.89, near the beginning of the show amy and emily share
this interchange (it's really cute!) :

a:  wow.
e:  <sighs>  we just got back from a tour of europe and uh...
a:  we're, we're a little ragged
e:  but, about--
a:  like, we haven't had haircuts in about three months or something, and
    you know...
e:  or showers!
a:  or showers, or... so, now we really look like we're on the road.  rock
    and roll!
(audience laughter)
e:  it's really nice though.  we went over there and i think about ten
    people know we smell of urine.  now all of you're, you're here and
    it's really nice... it's <cool>?
***********

peace, melissa

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-my life is more than a vision -emily saliers

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

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:32:37 pdt
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i'm not going to argue about this with anyone cuz i wore it out on the
tori list, but i *do* agree on one point. that people on the list should
get 1:1s..and usually i give other ppl 1:1s too even though i say on my
hp that i do 2:1s...
it's easy for people who don't tape shows, and who don't dub a minimum
of 8 shows a week to say "we do it for the love of it". i love it
too..and i don't ever want to turn down a person who wants a bootleg i
have, but there has to be a limit to the insanity! *l*

*hugs*

lamia
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 09:55:08 -0700
reply-to:     "emily d. mark" <emark@scf-fs.usc.edu>
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okay, i admit it- my cd collection sucks. i have nothing i want to listen
to anymore, other than my ig stuff. through the manipulations of mail order
cd clubs and the powers that be, i only own crap.

i need a change.... i recently was given some cash flow for my birthday,
and am even willing to work extra hours just to improve my sad condition :(

i am requesting: cd recommendations from y'all. whenever possible i like to
order from the artists or their own labels, if they have them. i am open to
anything, but i especially like funk, rock, and country. as long as it's
good and isn't another jewel-esque woman whining her way through lyrics,
it'll be great :)

i received a sample cd from a label called rounders (?) and it rocked,
which is motivating this request (alison krauss and nancy griffith rocked
especially.) please reply privately- i know you guys are bursting at the
seams with suggestions!! :)

thanks-
emily wish-my-last-name-was-saliers

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 13:12:55 -0500
reply-to:     mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
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subject:      for a kiss & some poetry

i thought you all might be pining for some new ig music.
so here are the lyrics to a new amy some called "gone again."
i may be off on a word or two but this is basically it.  let me
know if you like this and if you do, i'll try for some new
emily lyrics next.  special thanks to the ladies from texas
and maryland who made this possible!!!!


think i'll pack a trip for two
pack it up to cabin 2
lucky it's not for better
though i'm back in love with you
i've got all the senses free
something i had not forseen
and the deals i've made don't matter
if i can't just mention you

i'm gone again
gone again
there ain't no way that i'm
gonna break this heart again
i'm gone again

i walked in king's cross for a while
i gave the tommy girl a smile
we both traded for danger
and the company of strangers
she said all her family
is at the welfare (isn't she)
so i gave her my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

i'm gone again
gone again
there ain't no way that
i'm gonna break this heart again
i'm gone again

if i don't make cabin 2
i'll be at the rainbow room
i'll be courtin' some disaster
with the bell born wreckin' crew
connie always says to say
"every dog won't have it's day
if we take the love we're given
and we throw it all away!"

gone again
i'm gone again
there ain't no way that
i'm gonna break this heart again
i'm gone again

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 13:16:17 -0400
reply-to:     "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
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i've got a chance at a fellowship to do death penalty work in houston,for the
next two years. this is the work i want to do but i'm a bit apprehensive
about living in texas, given that 1) i'm way left of center politically,
2) i'm from nyc (which i understand is very different) and 3) i don't know
a soul there. any listees from the area who could offer some insights,
advice or just words of comfort?

peter a. barta
bartap@law.georgetown.edu

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him as if he had saved a whole universe."
                                                - mishnah, sanhedrin 4:5
"i want to live as an honest man,
to get all i deserve and to give all i can,
and to love a young woman that i don't understand..."
                                                - suzanne vega

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some of the lyrics are a tad off. here are what i think are close to the
real ones.

think i'll bag a trip for two
pack it up to cacadoo(???)
honey it's not for the weather
or for lack of loving you
i've got all this in between
something i had not forseen
and the deals i've made don't matter
if i can't just let you be

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

i walked in king's cross for a while
i gave the junkie girl a smile
we both traded in for danger
and the company of strangers
she said all her family
is at the welfare agency
she swindled my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

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

if i don't make cacadoo
i'll be at the rainbow room
i'll be courtin' some disaster
with the melbourne wreckin' crew
honey, all this is to say
"every dog done got it's day
if we take the love we're given
and we throw it all away!"

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

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what ever happened to the sst tree? it seems that those who got their tapes
and agreed to be a tree or branch decided that they didn't really need to
follow through with the agreement. i was hoping  to  be a branch but, alas,
never got my new york sst tape............if anyone has one i would love a
copy....or if you're one of those people that had agreed to be a
branch.......what happened?
desperately missing my suffragettes,
emster

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who i love now:
*patty griffin! (a bit like michelle malone..this chick rocks)

*garrison starr (from my home state! woohoo..hard to describe her music)

*creed (visit their website http://www.creednet.com they sound a lot
like pearl jam, only more metal)

*rasputina (it's amazing how 3 women and 3 cellos can rock so hard! they
sound like absolutely nothing else..completely unique!!!!)

*beck (this guy is a bit of an aquired taste. but check out his first
two albums, one foot in the grave and stereopathic soul manure. he's
like a cross between indigo girls, ani difranco, and bob dylan. country
tinged folk)

*k's choice (sarah bettens, the lead singer, lists the indigo girls as
her biggest influence. gert her brother, and she have some really great
vocals and harmonies. all their albums are great, check out their new
one cocoon crash)

*dar williams (dar is true folk music. her songs are little worlds of
their own. she sucks you into these stories, it's brilliant, she's
amazing.)

*black lab (these guys are great, they're like a heavier matchbox 20
only not as annoying.)

*heather eatman (she's a teensy little white girl who sings the blues. i
love her! sounds a bit like mary lou lord or tanya donelly. she has a
high girlish voice)

hmm..trying to think who else i'm addicted to now.
*emm gryner! (the first artist who could legitimately be compaired to
tori amos, and no one does *l* she plays the piano as if it were an
electric guitar. she rocks. she plays everything. piano, guitar, bass,
drums, she went to college and learned how to produce so she could be in
charge of her own album. definately check her out.)

and last but certainly not least:
*sister 7 (patrice pike has been compaired to janis joplin. she's got a
very distinctive voice. it's funky music. if dave matthews was a woman
and played funk music than he would be patrice pike. the band is great,
all very tallented! this the trip their newest album makes you want to
get up and jump around!)

*g* sorry if i sounded like a bad commercial *giggles* if you want to
know more about any of these bands let me know. i don't know what you
normally like so i tried to give you a variety but these are my current
obsessions!
you can check out sound clips from all of them (except maybe heather) at
http://www.cdnow.com

*hugs*

lamia


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i was out here listening all the time.
and i will write this down and then
i will not be alone again..."
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 11:03:53 pdt
reply-to:     pretty silver girl <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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sorry! ya'll i am so sorry i thought i was just sending it to emily and
instead i sent it just to the list!! :p
i am so so so so so sorry all ya'll who are on the digest!!
you might want to check out some of those bands though *w*

*hugs*

lamia

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i was out here listening all the time.
and i will write this down and then
i will not be alone again..."
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 12:25:50 pdt
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hey y'all!
alrighty, i've got a question for anyone who has the jcsr video. at the
end, when there are clips of amy, emily, michael, etc talking about jcs,
there is a message that says "coming soon from daemon records and
guillotine <something>" and has the title "what's the buzz." at the
bottom of the screen it says coming in summer '96. i know 'what's the
buzz' is a song, but the way it was advertised or whatever it seems as
if it may also be a video about the making of jcsr or interviews with
the cast members. anyone have any idea what i'm talking about? or am i
alone? thanks so much!
take care, becky :)
btw-great cd, great video, and quick service from daemon! :)

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 14:32:48 -0500
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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from:         "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
subject:      atlanta list meets

hi y'all,

i admit that i've not been following the
discussion about meeting up in
altanta very well.  i've read a few posts
here and there, mostly from early sept.
when the discussion was at its hottest.
i do want to say a few things though.....
(sorry if the same things have been discussed
already)....

first, this concept really isn't a new one.
i met up with some awesome ig list friends in altanta
last new year's eve for michelle malone's concerts
at eddie's attic.  (there were like 7 or so of us from
all over who flew in at the same time and met up with
a couple of "native" listees who knew where to go and
what to see.)  new year's eve is an excellent
time to be in atltanta and especially at eddie's.  there's
a good chance that both amy and emily will show up.
they did last year.  amy even joined mm on stage
for a few songs.  it was all a very unique
experience.  (note that this is a & e's personal
time in their hometown, so even if you see them
out, it's best to leave them alone.)  actually,
eddie's is a great place with or without mm and ig.  all
during the week you can catch great national and local
recording artists in an intimate venue with great food and
a great atmosphere.  there are venues other than eddie's
to catch other great music too.  so, even if you don't
go to atlanta for a list meet, you can always go with a few
friends and probably enjoy it just as much.  which brings
me to say this....

i don't think planning a really big list meet in altanta
is the way to go.  on a logistics level, it is best to keep it
intimate and laid back.  find out who all is very interested
in going, get a rapport going with them, and plan a smaller
gathering of ig listee friends, as we did.  plan to stay in the
same hotel, go to eat together, see the sights at the same
time, and listen to music together.  something like this is
much easier to plan and enjoy than a huge haphazard
gathering where everyone is crazily converging on ig-related
stores and restaurants (common pond, flying biscuit, etc.)
at different times without knowing where the
rest of the group is.  you will build a much better
rapport with the proprietors of these stores and
restaurants too in a smaller group.  eddie will probably
remember us for a long time as the ig fans from ohio
and iowa.  (note:  i'm not even going to talk about
the difficult logistics of organizing volunteer work for a
big group of people coming in from all over the us.
that should be a personal choice for each individual
who travels to atlanta to plan if they are so inclined.)

you'll enjoy each other's company much
better within a smaller group.  you might
compare this to a big concert list meet.
i've been to a few of those and i remember
not saying boo to anyone since it was
so difficult to meet everyone at the big
gatherings.  going on a big trip would just
make this feeling worse.  you're talking about
a big city where it's harder to get everyone
together at the same time.  getting around in
that city isn't easy.  the traffic's a bitch and things
aren't easy to find.

so, if you really want to go to altanta and you have
the money, just go.   if you want to make it more
exciting by meeting up with fellow listees, keep
the event small and simple.  my trip  was one of the
most awesome trips with some of the most awesome
people i've ever experienced.  we organized the trip
well in advance, with detail and strong
lines of communication.  (it helps to include someone
who lives there who knows where to go and what to see.)
we planned as much as we could for everyone to participate in,
but we kept an open mind to changing plans
as the group saw the need.

big is just too impersonal.  you'll not have as nice
of an experience this way.   in summary, an atlanta
list meet is very doable, just on a smaller scale
than most people would like to plan for.

just my 2 cents.  i hope this doesn't start another
barrage of "altanta list meet" posts.  i just wanted to
add my own thoughts.

lisa

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 15:43:29 -0400
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              friends....generosity shouldn't be taken for granted!
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this afternoon, karen wrote:

date:    sat, 26 sep 1998 00:18:28 -0400
from:    indigo head <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
subject: one more complaint (nigc)  tape trading

okay, i am sorry to post this to the list, but i have to gripe about it...
what's the deal with this 2 for 1 copying?  i think it is such bullshit.
for those of you who don't know what i am talking about, some people make
you send them 2 taoes when they copy something for you...one for the tape
and one for them to keep for their time.  i am sorry, but doesn't anyone
totally agree with me that this is pure bs?  i mean, how much effort does
it take to copy a tape?  of course i'm all for the send a tape and send an
addressed, postage paid envelope, but this "if i copy for you, i'll need
to gain an extra tape" thing is so ridiculous!  anyway, th eonly reason i
bring this up is b/c i wanted a tape, and i didn't have anything that the
person wanted to trade, so this person had the nerve to ask me to send 2
tapes.  needless to say, i refused, i found someone else who had the boot
who was willing to copy it for me the right way.  i mean, am i totally
alone in thinking this 2 for 1 stuff is bullshit???  i have been trading
boots for a long time now, and i have never run into that before...

karen

**i just have to respond to this because it really made my blood boil.

i for the record have never asked for a 2 for 1 trade in my life of booting
and maiing copies for people. along the way, people have sent me nice teats
( a peice of candy, a picture, a small blow up doll, etc.). i have always
made copies of my boots for others because i enjoy sharing them....but your
righteous atttitude makes me question my own generosity. you ask "how much
time does it take?" currently, i have about 20 padded envelopes on my floor
waiting for bootlegs, and it *does* take time to sort through them figure
out who wants what, find it, copy it, insert a very high quality j-card
(that's a cassette liner with song titles if you're not familiar with the
term), seal it up with a little note, take it to the post office because  a
lot of times people put incorrect return postage (and yes, i *always* cover
the difference, ask anyone who has sent me a blank and gotten a bootleg
back) and send it off. i have never asked for anything but a little respect
and perhaps the promise of helping someone else out down the line when they
need it, but it does take time and i dont' think it's unfair for some to
ask for *something* in return.

maybe if you have 200+ bootlegs and start doing a lot of taping for others
you'll have a better sense of how much work it is. but until then, i'd urge
you not to be so critical and judgmental of those who tape for you. there
is no *right way* to trade, as you imply....there are lots of different
ways. if you on't like one person's way, look
lsewhere, but don't fault them for wanting to level the playing field a bit.

susan
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 15:50:40 -0400
reply-to:     grandma riot grrl <ohsusanna@sugar-river.net>
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rodney penned:

i walked in king's cross for a while
i gave the tommy girl a smile
we both traded for danger
and the company of strangers
she said all her family
is at the welfare (isn't she)
so i gave her my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

atcually, im almost positive it's "welfare agency"

lovin ya,

sus

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 15:51:00 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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comments:     rfc822 error: <w> message-id field duplicated. last occurrence
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tapes and labels have all been mailed out to the branches, so if you'd like
a copy of the much-lauded ngltf benefit show in dc at the 9:30 club, (a
full description is in the message included below), please make
arrangements with the person associated with your birthday month.  claudine
is going to be the uk branch,  sandy 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
either the person associated with your birthday month or one of the
branches near you. 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 110 minute blank and an sase, though it would be nice to arrange a trade
if you can.  the quality of this show is excellent, and it was a terrific
mostly-acoustic performance by the girls, good mix of old and new.  i
filled the tape with the songs from the acoustic cafe performance, they fit
really nicely with the 9:30 show.  i really think this is a must-have boot,
and the branches i've heard back from seem to agree.

here are the branches:

jan     alisont@netcom.com
feb    aaogilvie@aol.com
mar    laura <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
apr     jude <hunterj1@aol.com>
may   indigofrk@aol.com
jun     ljt96@earthlink.net
jul     mnoelm@aol.com
aug     monique@entelechy.com
sep     robinmullins@ladiocese.org
oct     telane@trigon.com
nov     bonster@u.washington.edu
dec     kim@lcworkshop.com

uk              claudine@cableinet.co.uk
germany kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de
canada  dp823@freenet.carleton.ca

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-jun     kswennes@juno.com
    jul-dec     mbpost@ibm.net

original branch announcement with tape description follows.

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>date: fri, 04 sep 1998 21:33:54 -0400
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>from: deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
>
>at 10:46 am 9/4/98 , mary post wrote:
>>did anyone boot the 9:30 club show from august?
>
>funny you should ask. :-)
>
>i'm ready to tree this *amazing* boot.  i didn't record it (i was still in
>newport, so my friend took my minidisc recorder and recorded it for me).
>i'm heartbroken that i missed it, it's one of the best ig shows i've ever
>heard.  this show was in washington, dc on 8/10, the day after their newport
>show, and it was a benefit for ngltf.  most of it sounds like it came from
>the soundboard, it's that good.  the only real problem with it is that the
>last minute or so of galileo is cut off, and the beginning of "the boys just
>laugh" has a bit of mic juggling as my friend resituated the recorder after
>changing discs.  but this is easily one of my top 5 favorite boots ever.
>lots of new songs, almost entirely acoustic (plus sara!), an unbelievably
>enthusiastic crowd that was quiet during the songs and maxed out the levels
>on my recorder after them <g>... a classic, must-have boot, imho.  here's
>the track list:
>
>       it's alright
>       land of canaan
>       get out the map
>       thin line
>       hammer and a nail
>       "sister" (this new amy song is really beautiful and haunting)
>       least complicated
>       shed your skin
>       "soon to be nothing" (new emily song)
>       "oh rosalynn"/shame on you
>       power of two
>       cut it out (*very* passionate)/wish you were here (pink floyd)
>       virginia woolf
>       "gone again" (my favorite new amy song)
>       galileo (cut)
>       "the boys just laugh" (new amy song)
>       "suffragette song (go)" (new amy song) (w/3 finger cowboy)
>       closer to fine
>
>i am willing to make tape boots (sorry, it's too long to fit on a single cd
>and i don't have time to make 30 cds) of this for about 15 branches, who
>must send me a 100 minute tape and an sase (the show is closer to 90
>minutes, but the break is more natural at 50 minutes than 45).  in turn,
>branches agree to make at least 15 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*.  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 don't have time, or if you only
>have a boom box to dub with, or if you can't get around to mailing me your
>tape 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.  i will post to
>the list when branch positions are filled.  if you are not selected as a
>branch, watch for the leaf announcement, which should go out in 4 -6 weeks.
>with 15 branches there should be plenty to go around, so please, serious
>inquiries only for branch positions.

[p.s. -- one more note in the interest of complete disclosure... the levels
were maxed on "go!" so you'll hear pops, but still quite listenable... in
all, about 5 minutes of this tape are less than perfect.]

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 16:02:23 -0400
reply-to:     david rogers <dsrogers@utk.edu>
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from:         david rogers <dsrogers@utk.edu>
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hey y'all,
i remember a while back someone posting some great info on taping
concerts that had all sorts of instructions and pointers for someone
wanting to tape a show. if anyone still has that email, could you repost
it please or send it to me. thanks,
david

p.s. just for the record, i dont see anything wrong with 2 for 1
trading, its how i got started and it is not unusual. personally, i ask
for 2 for 1 as compensation for postage (i dont ask for sase return
postage paid.) thats just me, if someone dosent like it then they dont
have to trade with me.

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 16:01:30 edt
reply-to:     gitroop@aol.com
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great.. i am on my way to the website right now :)  thank you for the
wonderful post karrie....what an appropriate one..

trooper

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 13:36:52 pdt
reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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>think i'll bag a trip for two
>pack it up to cacadoo(???)
kakadu, i think.  sherlyn?  any other aussies?

>and the deals i've made don't matter
>if i can't just let you be
think she says *and* i can't just let you be.

>there ain't no way that i'm
> gonna let this heart ache mend
gonna let this heart mend.

>"every dog done got it's day
every dog don't got it's day.

jill

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 16:42:10 -0400
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subject:      gone again: lyrics and help wanted
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hey all,

i agree with the fixin' up of the lyrics for this song.  the corrections
all seem accurate to me, except for one word in the following line:

honey, all this is to say,
every dog don't got its day,
if we take the love we're given
and we throw it all away...

i know this was just hashed and rehashed on the list, but i wasn't payin'
attention, apparently.  maybe i don't understand what the phrase "every
dog's got its day" means...  i've always thought it meant, everybody,
even the "lowliest" of people, gets a chance at livin' the good life, or
something to that effect...  so, to me, amy's saying, "well, you don't get
a chance at something good if you just <apparently, unknowingly at the
time> throw it away..."  can anyone help me out?!

also, as i've been listening to the acoustic cafe version of this song
a waaaaaaay lot for the past few days, i got to thinking about the
following lines:

> i walked in king's cross for a while
> i gave a junkie girl a smile
> we both traded in for danger
> and the company of strangers
> she said all her family
> is at the welfare agency
> she swindled my last twenty
> for a kiss and some poetry

now, i don't mean at all to pry into anything personal, here.  i'm talking
strictly in everyday person terms.  person to person. not particularly amy
to someone else.  i'm just trying to imagine this interaction.  and, i
don't understand, or i can't imagine, how this interaction took place.
i'm using the terms amy and junkie girl, because it's just easier and
makes sense to me, but i'm not necessarily thinking of what *amy* did, in
fact, i'm just trying to figure out how exactly this event would have
transpired between two people...  blah...  anyway, here's my attempt at
recounting it...okay, here we go:

i walked in king's cross for a while

...ok, amy's walkin'...for a while :)...

i gave a junkie girl a smile

...amy's see's a girl, who apparently looks like a "junkie," and amy
   smiles at her... <nothing tricky, just yet>

we both traded <it?> in for danger
and the company of strangers

...okay, i'm losing clarity here, but it basically seems like these two
women, although they don't know each other, decide to chat/hang out...
i'm not exactly sure what it is that's being traded in, and i don't really
understand the reference to "danger", except maybe that hangin' out
with strangers could be  potentially "dangerous"... <whoosh, i'm an idiot>

she said all her family
was at the welfare agency

...ah, i get this, i think... the junkie girls explains to amy that her
family is really poor, they don't have any money, apparently in an attempt
to win amy's sympathy and get some cash...

she swindled my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

...okay, these are the lines that have got me all mixed up!  aside from my
personal feelings, sticking strictly to the transaction here, okay, so amy
was swindled out of twenty bucks. the junkie girl didn't steal it.  okay,
i got that.  she didn't pick-pocket amy.  she sweet-talked her.  okay.

now, that last line...  hmmm...  so, if the junkie girl got a twenty, it
seems amy was offered "a kiss and some poetry" in return.  okay, uh, sure.
this is where i get lost.  this seems more like a trade to me.  junkie
girl says, "i'll read ya some poetry, and i'll give you a kiss, 'cause i
really need some money..."  amy seems to have known what she was getting
into, ya know.  like she set up a bargain.

but, does amy say "swindled" because a) she doesn't think a kiss and some
poetry is worth twenty bucks or b) she didn't want to give her money, but
felt obliged/ would have felt bad to say no or c) both a & b ???  i don't
know.  i'm thinking it's kinda c, maybe.  there's a fine line between a
consensual barter and being swindled into a deal, and in this case when
you're dealing with people who you meet on the street seeking money...

i guess the part that throws me is that amy seems to have been getting
along with/getting to know this person, and then she says she was swindled
out of money by her.  okay, maybe that's it...  maybe amy thought she was
making a friend, but then it turned out the junkie girl was only
interested in getting some money. hey!  look at that...a possible
solution... wow, if you think about something long enough, all sorts of
ideas pop into your head!  whaddya know?!?! anyone got anything to add to
help me out...  have i got it all wrong?!?!?!?

again, let me say, my goal of sparsing this situation is not to speculate
about how amy interacted with this person. it's more of looking at how
this could have happened at all, with anyone...  i'm sure many of you have
been in this type of situation...  i was just trying to understand the
dynamics of this encounter, not decipher anything mystical or personal
about amy ray, the human being...

so, if you gotta flame, don't send it to the list. that's all i ask.

peace, melissa

-gotta learn to respect what we don't understand-a "cold steel" ray

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 15:55:48 -0500
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hello!

while surfing the bluebird cafe web site last night i found a link to a
great tour date web site called musi-cal.  they have dates for a lot of
obscure artists (unlike pollstar), as well as more well-known artists.
ig isn't in there, but probably because they're not touring now.
anyhoo, i just did a random search and found dates for michelle malone,
shawn mullins, wendy bucklew, don conscienti and people like that.  you
can also search the alphabetical index, as opposed to just typing in an
artist's name.  check it out!  the url is:

concerts.calendar.com/

peace,

joan :-d

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 17:22:15 -0700
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if you tell me you are from this list. i drop that two for one bit. i use
it mostly for my melissa etheridge ones. 2 for 1 is real bootlegging and i
only do that with me. so tell me you from this list and it is just the one
tape, but give me awhile to get back to you. i have a few a head. missy

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 17:27:34 -0400
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damn, that was really long, but i agree that amy felt swindled b/c she
was give the guilt trip and felt obliged to give the junkie girl her
twenty for a mere kiss and some poetry.  the kiss and poetry weren't
worth $20 but she gave it up b/c she felt sorry for the chick.
jeri

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hi everyone--

i remember a couple of weeks ago someone had posted that they would be making
a tree announcement for copies of the 2nd sst show in chicago.  has this
message been posted yet?  if anyone has any info on this please e-mail me...i
am really interested in getting a copy of this tape.  thanx. gina :)
ginacam@aol.com

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the  "tommy girl" (?)
i thought it was junkie girl.

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okay, i've heard talk of a melissa ethridge list like this one and i'd like
to get on it, can anyone tell me how?

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>broadcast.com newsletter
>september 25, 1998 - september 28, 1998
>http://www.broadcast.com/

>the indigo girls - folk duo emily saliers and amy ray perform on
>mountain stage on wrlt, nashville's radio lightning.
>sun. sept. 27 - midnight
>http://www.broadcast.com/music/shows/mountainstage/

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at 01:50 am 9/26/98 , pretty silver girl wrote:
>ha! let me tell you about the music scene here:

well, perhaps the scene isn't great where you are, but many people overlook
talent in their own back yard.  i had atlanta-envy until some friends of
mine (also major ig fans) moved there, and i had a chance to spend some
time.  i even had a great job lined up.  but it simply didn't live up to my
expectations... the dc area has so much more to offer *me*.

don't glorify the music scene in atlanta. kristen hall and wendy bucklew
have moved to la.  i believe danielle howle was living in sc and arlington,
va for most of the last several years.  chris mcguire doesn't seem to play
anymore.  if shawn mullins doesn't leave town with his newfound fame you
can probably still see him 5 nights a week until you're bored.  i recently
asked the atlanta music list who were filling the shoes of the many talents
that have left, and met with resounding silence.

if the atlanta music scene is so happening, why is it that in spite of my
urging people to use the atlanta music mailing list
(majordomo@monsterbit.com, subscribe atlmusic) it averages less than a post
a month, usually a concert date announcement, never a conversation?  it
seems to me that most folks seem interested in atlanta artists only as they
intersect ig.  which is very cool since that's why ig go out of their way
to promote atlanta artists they like, but still says quite a lot about
where the interest really lies.  witness rose polanzani, jane siberry,
thalia zedek.... not atlanta artists, but when you have someone you respect
introduce you to them, it makes an impression.

i agree with chee that atlanta is not the center of the music universe...
most likely, there's great undiscovered talents near many of us.  frankly,
it's seems like most of my recent discoveries are out of boston... between
great local musicians there, and a great radio station like the river
(wxrv, sponsor of the nff) ... if i had to vote for best music scene, it
would be boston, not atlanta!

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at 12:54 am 9/26/98 , barb and twink wrote:
>well, i just wanted to say that this type of trading that you are
>talking about (you send 2 tapes for one copy) was how i got started in
>collecting boots!  when you think about it though... it is expensive for
>the person booting to keep up their equipment & such & buy the original
>tapes and recording device(s).

the bottom line is that you don't have to offer to make the tapes... and if
you do, you should pay for the intangible expenses (this doesn't include
postage).  i mean, if a friend of mine offers to drive on a road trip to
see ig, i'll chip in for gas, but i've never had a friend ask me to pay for
wear and tear on their car. :-)

>anyway, i just felt like i needed to say something about all this cuz i
>know that this practice is not new... i have never booted a show
>myself... but if i were doing it i might be inclined to ask those who
>wanted a dub to send me an extra tape just to cut down on the tapes i
>would need to invest in to get the original boot.

but you get to keep the original boot, why should someone else have to pay
for it?!

just mho, which should count for something given the number of boots i've
recorded and distributed this summer...

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here is the url for the melissa etheridge which someone wanted:

http://www.esosoft.com/etheridge/

ann

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melissa wrote (among other things):

<<she swindled my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry
...
but, does amy say "swindled" because a) she doesn't think a kiss and some
poetry is worth twenty bucks or b) she didn't want to give her money, but
felt obliged/ would have felt bad to say no or c) both a & b ???  i don't
know.  i'm thinking it's kinda c, maybe.  there's a fine line between a
consensual barter and being swindled into a deal, and in this case when
you're dealing with people who you meet on the street seeking money...>>

i found this whole interpretation highly amusing because i'd been wondering
the same thing.  i thought i'd further add to the confusion by pointing out
that when amy first started singing "gone again" (for example, on 2/27/98
in sydney, australia), she sang "so i gave her my last twenty for a kiss
and some poetry."  so where did the change occur?  how did she first think
she gave the junkie girl the $20 in exchange for a kiss and some poetry,
but then later rethought the incident and felt swindled?  now there's some
food for thought! :)

andi

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can someone send the lyrics to gone again to me?

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hey folks,

just a quick one...

jill said:
>>pack it up to cacadoo(???)
>kakadu, i think.  sherlyn?  any other aussies?

kakadu, yep.  it's a national park, up in northern/central
australia...

-sherlyn
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this just over the wires ...

betty carter, the preeminent jazz singer passed away
of pancreatic cancer today. she was 69.

the music world lost one of the great ones today.

very sad.
claire

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>why don't we all go to atlanta and live together?! ;)
>
>(three strangers... picked to live in a house.. to find out what
happens
>when people get off your screen... and into your living room. the nigc
>world. atlanta)
>
>ya think?
>hee
>
>
jill, this is the *perfect* opportunity for our colony!!  screw mount
adams in cincy.  we've wanted to make this colony where everybody is
cool & we have places that are open in the middle of the night *besides*
dennys (this thought came after we got kicked out of one 3 years
ago....).  we're gonna have a pipe organ too.  so, we're gonna make up a
colony & there's an invite for listees, ya say so jill?  ok....yeah
we can always dream about our colony....
so, we'll set up shop in atlanta.
carol
ps-what were our other ideas jill?  i don't remember.....

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in response to my exact quote,
in a message dated 9/26/98 11:32:39 am, lamia wrote:

<<it's easy for people who don't tape shows, and who don't dub a minimum of 8
shows a week to say "we do it for the love of it". i love it too..and i don't
ever want to turn down a person who wants a bootleg i have, but there has to
be a limit to the insanity! *l*>>

exactly... there is a limit.  when you reach that limit, you stop doing it...
you don't ask for extras.  and nothing personal, but where were you when i was
up to my eyeballs in padded envelopes, tapes, boots, and dubs?  i've been
rather quiet on the list for a while, but i have been here a long time now,
and it's still easy for me to say "we do it for the love of it."  i stopped
doing it because of the other pressures in my life, and when i'm ready to, i
will offer my resources again... 1:1, because it is for the love of the music.
2:1 is compensation, of which a & e have stated they don't approve.

now, let's all take this private please.
dee (who's old, tired & cranky, and doesn't appreciate being slammed, flamed
or otherwise toasted in public)

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have scored some great tix for joni mitchell/bob dylan show,,,want to
boot it..
so do i buy a mini disc or digital cassette player..
experts??

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>>ps-what were our other ideas jill?  i don't remember.....

oh you mean the one that had to do with implanting alien organisms in
everyone's left shoulder so they become drooling zombies who do our
bidding...?
shhh! don't tell about that one...

*hugs*

lamia

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ok friends!  here is my 0.02!!!

i looked at what you guys had, then hooked up to the acoustic cafe on the web.
this is what i came up with.  it is just a tad different, but we are getting
there!

damn!!! i love this song!

babs

******************
gone again (try #3)

think i'll bag a trip for two
pack it up to cacadoo
honey its not for the weather
or *the* lack of *lovin'* you
*i* got all this in between
something i *could* not *for see*
and 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 a while
i gave *a* junkie girls a smile
we both traded it in for danger
*or* the company of strangers
she said all her family
is at the welfare agency
*then* 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 cacadoo
*well* i'll be at the rainbow room
i'll be courting some disaster
with the melbourne wreckin' crew
honey, all this is to say
"every dog *don't* got it's 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
gone again
there ain't no way that i'm gonna let this heart * * mend
gone again

whistling

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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 20:16:42 pdt
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ok sorry to waste bandwith, but my sister's boytoy swears that he saw in
his mom's time magazine that anne heche got married to some guy! is he
crazy? (i think yes...)

and i can't believe patty schmel is kicked out of hole! :(

*hugs*
lamia

"i am calling, can you hear this?
i was out here listening all the time.
and i will write this down and then
i will not be alone again..."
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hi!
sorry to do this but:
can sasha friedman and lisa nordeen email me please??

thanks a lot!

*hugs*

lamia


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i was out here listening all the time.
and i will write this down and then
i will not be alone again..."
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date:         sat, 26 sep 1998 20:32:45 -0700
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chee wrote:
>hey atlanta envy!

>there are good bands and great musicians everywhere.  don't think that
>georgia's got it all.  instead of listening to what others say about daemon
>records bands and atlanta bands, in general, go out and experience your
town

y'know, chee's right!!  i've been back in l.a. all of one week, and already
i've discovered the cooooolest woman!   she just rocks!!!!  her name is ali
(pronounced ally) and she reminds me of ani (what's a letter here or there).
i heard her at an open mike night - she was there to tell everyone about a
concert she was giving a few days later.  i went to the concert - it was
upstairs in this bar in westwood - and at first, there were like, 4 people
in the audience.  but as she kept playing, more and more people came up from
downstairs, cuz like i said... she rocks!!!!!  i got her promo cd (three
songs) and she says she's recording a full length cd independently in a
couple of months.  i'm going to check out her site, and then let y'all know
more about her.  i would *definitely* put this woman on any compilation tape
i'd be making for the trade list (remember the trade list??  join now!!!!).
cuz, like, she rocks!!!  oh... oops, have i already mentioned that?  ;-)

actually, i booted the concert she gave, it's not bad, tho' the mike/vocals
were kinda muddy to begin with.  i would totally send people the boot if
anyone was interested - and i actually asked her about any boots she may
have where the vocals are clearer, and i should be hearing from her soon....

so keep an ear out for ali (handal, i think), and go to your local open mike
nights, hang out at your local clubs - there really are good musicians
everywhere!!!  even tho i can't deny that the world begins and ends with
a&e, and therefore proximity to them is a major factor.... ;-)

y'all rock!!!!

michal

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whoever told me i had to get the first new mongrels cd because amy howls, i
love you!!! this cd and especially amy rocks!
question, does anyone know when and why the ellen james society broke up? i
just got their cd too (yes, we love daemon mail order) and i wish they were
still together. i know what cooper's doing now, but what about chris?

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the 9:30 club boot is really an excellent boot - the quality is great and
it is full of new, unreleased songs in some of the best version that
you'll find.

so this is just to tell anyone thinking about it to get a copy of this
boot.  if you are new to this, the people who are listed as branches are
ready, willing and able to make copies of this for you - we don't have to
know who you are, and you don't have to have anything to trade.  this is
how you start to get a boot collection the easy way and the branches are
happy to help you out, so don't be shy!

just contact your branch and they will tell you what they need to you do.

and thanks to deb for making it available to everyone!

alison

p.s.  here is the tree again ...

jan     alisont@netcom.com
feb    aaogilvie@aol.com
mar    laura <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
apr     jude <hunterj1@aol.com>
may   indigofrk@aol.com
jun     ljt96@earthlink.net
jul     mnoelm@aol.com
aug     monique@entelechy.com
sep     robinmullins@ladiocese.org
oct     telane@trigon.com
nov     bonster@u.washington.edu
dec     kim@lcworkshop.com
here are the branches:

uk   claudine@cableinet.co.uk
germany kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de
canada  dp823@freenet.carleton.ca

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i just read that  melissa etheridge and the indigo girls performed together at
the roxy, in la.  does any one know anything about this or know where i can
get a copy?
thanks

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y'all are pondering:
>she gave the junkie girl the $20...
>but then later rethought the incident and felt swindled?

i've seen her sing gone again, and she says "swindled" with a wry smile.
like, heh, yeah, that junkie girl, i gave her my.. uhm, i mean
she...*swindled* my last twenty. ;)  yeah, that's it, she swindled it
;).

meaning to me, she's not feeling seriously hoodwinked.  she happily and
willingly gave her last dime to some cute flirty chicky, and
jokingly/teasingly tells folks she was swindled :).

jill

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sorry for being slow on this one, but my local radio station (kfog in the sf
bay area)  is doing a live shawn mullins broadcast on sunday at 8pm.  i'll try
to tape it, but anyone who's also in this area may want to catch a listen:o)

also, (igc coming)  kfog's actually been playing shawn mullins a lot.  hardly
surprising, cuz the play a&e a lot.  anyway, last week on acousitic sunrise
the dj explained shawn's career by saying that he was flunking out of school,
so he tried to join the marines.  apparently the marines wouldn't take him, so
he became a singer, and was floundering at that until he met amy and she took
him under her wing.  cool, huh?

one more thing...at barnes and noble last night, i picked up a book called
sing out, thinking it would be about folk music, only to find that it was
about gays and lesbians in the music business.  a couple of pages about our
girls, featuring some things i hadn't known about amy's family (not wanting to
state what may be inappropriate to the list).  anyway, check it out; if i'd
had enough money i would have bought it.

alison
****please remember to vote prochoice in california on november 3rd and ban
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>>>ps-what were our other ideas jill?  i don't remember.....
>
>oh you mean the one that had to do with implanting alien organisms in
>everyone's left shoulder so they become drooling zombies who do our
>bidding...?

dang it, lamia, now you've gone and told them....

borg will be very unhappy.


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who woulda thought they'd give you money for being queer...

for amanda and lamia and all my other bitty dyklings:
found this on an infoseek search on scholarhips. don't know anything
about this, applier beware, etc etc etc.

funds for lesbian and gay students (flags)
whitman-brooks
the scholarship fund
p.o. box 48320
los angeles, ca 90048-0320
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>>dang it, lamia, now you've gone and told them....
borg will be very unhappy.

but i didnt' say anything about the aligators and the doughnuts! *lmao*
so we're still safe!

*hugs*

lamia

"i feel angry i feel helpless
i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
we may rise and fall, but in the end
we meet our fate together..."
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dear friends,
we are right in the path of a killer hurricane, georges.  since the car is in
mobile, we don't really have an evacuation option.  it's pretty much too late
anyway, even if we hitched up with someone and left right this minute.  the
interstate is going to be closed to all traffic at 2 this afternoon.  short of
getting out, we've done everything that can be done.  in a couple of hours,
when it gets light out, clare and i are going to board up a couple of windows,
then see about getting as much stuff as possible up off the floor on blocks or
stacks.  we have a plan for getting out of the house if we start taking on too
much water.  the absolute worse thing about flooding inside is the stench
afterwards.  we have three big concerns.  first, of course, is the prospect of
flooding in our little home.  next is the possible damage/destruction of that
car in mobile.  then we have to worry about clare's clients and maybe being
out of work, and money.  it is a forgone conclusion that we will lose power.
georges has slowed down and so it may sit on us for 48 hours or so, punishing
us with 115 mph winds.   i will definitely be off line for awhile, which just
breaks my heart.  i'm a little more optimistic thatn clare is -- she's been
talking about threats to our lives.  ugh.  i will be sending out e-mails asap
when we are back in the information age.  i'm sending this letter out to
everybody who might be concerned.  if you want to pray for us to whatever god
you might pray to,  atheist as i am, i won't be offended.  anyway, i hope to
be back on line maybe thursday.   until then,
freida

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of course,
zombie servants or not,  any such colony must begin with a temple to our
goddesses, and that temple must be built "habitat..." -style, and must shelter
those in need as a sacrament to the divine indigos.
freida

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i don't know if flags is associated with p-flag or not, but p-flag here in new
orleans has been offering scholarships to gay students for several years. i
also don't know if p-flag is doing this everywhere.
     by offering such scholarships to gay kids, they are helping them come out
younger, which then helps us all because gays that are out as teens and young
adults then don't go on to try to live the lie and end up breaking the hearts
of their hetero spouses and kids when they come out after getting married.
ig, melissa e, ellen and the rest of our famous family members are saving the
lives of gay kids by being awesome role-models.  such role-models when i was
in high school would have gone a long way toward sparing me a couple of
suicide attempts.
freida

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sus wrote :

>  along the way, people have sent me nice teats
>
hmmmm..maybe i oughta do more booting...call 'em what you will,,,.i
never got any of those in the mail ;0)

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in the spirirt of the fact that i finish classes on thursday and will
have a teeny bit o' time on my hands ( when i'm not installing the new
jacuzzi tub in my bathroom..yee haw!!!) i am offering to the first 12
newbs 5 boots each( see jill,,,you had yer chance and never took it,,now
you'll have to beg big time)..
you pick them, i'll boot them for ya on a 1-1..( of course if anyone
wants to send me some of those teats that sus got in the mail( how did
you fit them in one of those padded envelopes is beyond me....) i'd be
happy to take 'em!)
heres the deal..
the first 12 folks to e-mail me,,5 boots each..( same deal i offered
last time)
heading to work..will check to see whos' up early  enuf to read this
message
pooh

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if it has been published *it is public information and obvisiously since
there wasn't some sort of public statement from amy saying these people were
horrid to her, (and i think she would have let people know) it's probably ok
to post here...
mike r.

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at 12:40 am 9/27/98 edt, you wrote:
>also, (igc coming)  kfog's actually been playing shawn mullins a lot.  hardly
>surprising, cuz the play a&e a lot.  anyway, last week on acousitic sunrise
>the dj explained shawn's career by saying that he was flunking out of school,
>so he tried to join the marines.  apparently the marines wouldn't take
him, so
>he became a singer, and was floundering at that until he met amy and she took
>him under her wing.  cool, huh?

uuuhhh....a little off here guys.  please read shawn's bio at
www.shawnmullins.com to get a more accurate picture.  i don't want anything
even close to rumors getting started here.  amy has always been an
inspiration to shawn (and still is) but his hard work and touring(and
talent of course) are why he is successful..........also, the marine thing
and flunking out of school thing are a very twisted version of the
truth.....wish dj's would do more research.....
later
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in a message dated 98-09-27 00:42:53 edt, :

<< also, (igc coming)  kfog's actually been playing shawn mullins a lot.
hardly
surprising, cuz the play a&e a lot.  anyway, last week on acousitic sunrise
the dj explained shawn's career by saying that he was flunking out of school,
so he tried to join the marines.  apparently the marines wouldn't take him,
so
he became a singer, and was floundering at that until he met amy and she took
him under her wing.  cool, huh? >>

well that's typical of radio stations. the way i heard it on kmtt in
seattle (from sm's mouth) she came to a high school or junior high
class thing and did a little performance back when they were
known as saliers and ray...he talked to her after and she gave him
encouragement....then sent him a letter telling him to follow his dreams.

but i gotta say that mr. mullins is a hard woking guy who has
started his own record label (not affiliated with daemon)
and toured his butt off in a little van with his dog.

i see them more as colleagues than a mentor-mentee thing.
she's just a few years older, given him some advice from time to time,
and has been a friend.
but he has really done it on his own.

and i think ms. ray would be the first one to tell you that.

:)
claire

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i admitted to maybe missing a word or two in
the lyrics, but in the version i have, she doesn't
sing swindled my last 20. you all may have
a different version, but in the version i have, she
sings i gave her my last 20.  i know that's
what i heard!!!!

thanks for the clarification on kakadu
and melborune wrecking crew, and junkie
and welfare agency, however!!!

so can someone send me the lyrics to
winthrop?  i can't make out a word of
those!!

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>from the oct. 18, 1997 boot from valdosta state university

winthrop

let me get back to winthrop
few miles from the ocean
on a plastic chair on a deck where my friends live.
i watch the taking-off airplanes
watch the ocean waves crashing
no one followed this movement - something's got to give.
down at the hightide
passed down through the family
where fishermen gather to complain about the catch
we talk about time
we talk about tide
the pull of the moon and the coffee deep-night black
and i hear the dim roar of the last flight out
for someone there is someone never coming back.
for all that we've been through
for all that we've promised
your wayward direction seems insensible
words fall out like reckless fish
all flopping and scattered
and hearts kicked over, deemed dispensable
down at the hightide
we're there for our last meal
broken loads are still enough for us
we talk about time, we talk about tides,
the pull of the moon and the deep night coffee-black
i hear the dim roar of the last flight out
and for someone there is someone never coming back
we talk about time, we talk about tides,
the pull of the moon and the deep night coffee-black
i hear the dim roar of the last flight out
and for someone there is someone never coming back

~~jennifer
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
so i'll walk the plank, and i'll jump with a smile -
if i'm gonna go down, i'm gonna do it with style.
and you won't see me surrender, you won't hear me confess,
'cuz you left me with nothing... but i've worked with less
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from: mr rodney s wicker <rucr57a@prodigy.com>
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date: sunday, september 27, 1998 9:43 am
subject: gone again lyrics


>i admitted to maybe missing a word or two in
>the lyrics, but in the version i have, she doesn't
>sing swindled my last 20. you all may have
>a different version, but in the version i have, she
>sings i gave her my last 20.  i know that's
>what i heard!!!!
>
>thanks for the clarification on kakadu
>and melborune wrecking crew, and junkie
>and welfare agency, however!!!
>
>so can someone send me the lyrics to
>winthrop?  i can't make out a word of
>those!!
>
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hello

i think it is time to remind everyone how wonderful and generous hundreds of
people are on this ig list when it comes to taping.  it is definitely not
like this everywhere.  there are complete jerks out there who rip you off,
anally refuse to make trades and certainly don't include any nice extras
(setlists, jcards, treats) when they do actually come through with a trade.

our ig list community is not like others.  there are many of us who have
organized or served as tree branches - giving our time dubbing for fellow
listees, or even offered to dub unlimited tapes for newbies, without
requiring anything but sase.  heck, i've even paid postage for some who
forgot it.  i almost always include a jcard insert that i've typed up and
printed for each tape, and all of this was due to my generosity, not because
it is expected or demanded.  i've made probably over 50 ig trades, and with
2 exceptional listees that ripped a few of us off, most trades were smooth
and generous.

however, once you go outside the ig list community you'll see how anal and
cheating some traders can be.  if you have a wider variety of musical
interests, you'll somehow need to trade for those other bands that you'd
like.  the standard out there is 2:1's.  accept it.  many times i've sent 2
tapes to receive a rare rem show in return.  many times i've asked for 2 or
more tapes to pay for postage to send one back to someone in europe.
sometimes it is the only way to trade. it is done everywhere.  just not that
often on the ig list.

which brings me back to us.  be thankful to those who tape for you.  send
them little presents.  or, in return, dub for another newbie.  keep our
community generous.  but don't demand it.

off the soapbox now..
lori


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so hold onto your requests until i finish with them....unlesss of course
some other oldsters would like to put out an offer!

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in a message dated 98-09-27 13:30:08 edt, you write:

<< our ig list community is not like others.  >>

i second that...i was shocked...shocked i tell you !
when i started looking for boots of other artists.
and ran into .... ' i'll trade if you've got something i want.'
they wont even go for 2:1.
it sucks.

i just joined the joni mitchell discussion list and they seem pretty
tree happy to me, so the outlook there is good.

but i have breached the subject of trees on other lists only to be met
with thundering silence....a few who don't have think it's a good idea.
but those who do aren't willing or able to seed any trees.

tape trading is definitely a weird deal some times.

to get cheesy for a second...
we are the fortunate ones.
:)
claire

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hey, all...i heard a few different things in this song--of course, they
may be mr. limes for me, or it could be due to the fact that most
of the boots i have with this song on it are pretty old (demo tour
era).  this song is one that's really grown on me, btw.  it used to
be one of my least favorites, but now i can't get enough of it! =)

peace, love, and $20 kisses ;),
ponygrrrl

>  when we get back to winthrop
>  few miles from the airport
[...]
>  i know with all of this movement, something's got to give.
[...]
>  the pull of the moon and the coffee deep-night black
>  and i listen to them, and i listen to you
>  and for everyone there is someone never coming back.
[...]
>  words fall out like breathless fish [i distinctly remember
the breathless fish thread from a coupla years ago on the list!]
>  all flopping and scattered
>  and hearts picked over, deemed dispensable
>  down at the hightide
>  we're there for our last meal
>  broken loaves are still enough for us
[...]
>  under the moon and the deep night coffee-black
>  i hear the dim roar of the last flight out
>  and for someone there is someone never coming back

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lamia wrote:
sorry! ya'll i am so sorry i thought i was just sending it to emily and
instead i sent it just to the list!! :p
i am so so so so so sorry all ya'll who are on the digest!!


y'know, i'm glad you sent it to the list, i had hoped others would too, cuz
i'm always interested
in hearing what other people are listening to.  does it really bother you
guys who're on digest?  if so,
i'm sorry for answering to the list, too, even tho i did it rather shortly.
and, lo and behold, i agreed with lamia((!!!!))
yeah, k's choice also rocks, i've found them in my cd player rather often
since i bought cocoon crash two weeks ago.  and of course, that woman ali
who i heard...


later,
michal

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emily wrote:
i am requesting: cd recommendations from y'all. whenever possible i like to
order from the artists or their own labels, if they have them. i am open to
anything, but i especially like funk, rock, and country. as long as it's
good and isn't another jewel-esque woman whining her way through lyrics,
it'll be great :)

hey emily!!!  well, if you're lyrically oriented at all, the two that i
would suggest, (which i would guess
would be obvious to many people on this list) are dar williams (for a
folkier, more storytelling sound) and
ani difranco (for a bit more attitude, but lyrics that cannot imho, be
beat).  patty griffin is pretty cool too.
y'know, i've found this problem to be true, too.  i actually own a lot of
cds that i *do* kinda like, but it doesn't matter -
i still find that it's either ig, ani, or dar in my cd player.  and i keep
buying other cds (well, when i'm in america, i do) and i
listen to em occasionally, but on a permanent basis - in go the ig, ani or
dar......  anyone else find this to be true?


good luck!!!

michal

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jump, little children is pretty good.  it's got some sort of southern feel to
it, but at the same time, it's like rage against the machine.  the cool thing
is that there are some stringed instruments in their music.  they's got the
cello player, which is such a cool thing in a rock band!  they have a funny
name.  they just signed onto atlantic records.  i think they were recording
their own stuff, kind of independently, on breaking records.  fyi- danielle
howell and the tantrums were touring with them last month in s. carolina.

guster is pretty good.  a little too much atheist feel to them, though.  but,
it's great music.  they're on hybrid records.

whiskeytown might be your type.  they're from austin, tx.  they're on mood
food records.

lauryn hill is also good, if you like funky, rap, urban stuff.  she's on
ruffhouse records.  she's got some bass riffs that are really funky --
something she kept from playing with the fugees.!!!  i'm a fool for bass,
cello, stuff like that.  this album the miseducation lauryn hill is really
great.  i love it for dinner parties or just blasting out loud (my speakers
and the wildlife in my yard probably think otherwise).

and the givens are ani difranco's old stuff, billy joel's old stuff, arlo
guthrie (a certain, sure-fire record to make you feel like jammin').

and personally, i'm starting to like dixie chicks...

that's it thus far.
-chee >>


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from: tcheehill@aol.com
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you like funk and country...what a difference.  but at your request, i have
some suggestions.

jump, little children is pretty good.  it's got some sort of southern feel to
it, but at the same time, it's like rage against the machine.  the cool thing
is that there are some stringed instruments in their music.  they's got the
cello player, which is such a cool thing in a rock band.  they have a funny
name, but they are good.  they just signed onto atlantic records.  they were
recording their own stuff, kind of independently, on breaking records.  fyi-
danielle howell and the tantrums were touring with them last month in s.
carolina.

guster is pretty good.  a little too much atheist feel to them, though.  but,
it's great music.  they're on hybrid records.

whiskeytown might be your type.  they're from austin, tx.  they're on mood
food records.

loryn hill is also good, if you like funky, rap, urban stuff.  she's on
ruffhouse records.  she's got some bass riffs that are really funky --
something she kept from playing with the fugees.!!!  i'm a fool are bass,
cello, stuff like that.

and the givens are ani difranco's old stuff, billy joel's old stuff, arlo
guthrie (a certain, sure-fire record to make you feel like jammin').

and personally, i'm starting to like dixie chicks...

that's it thus far.
-chee

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in a message dated 9/27/98 12:41:32 pm, pooh40@mc.net wrote:

<<so hold onto your requests until i finish with them....unlesss of course
some other oldsters would like to put out an offer!>>

alright, since i am knee deep in the 1:1 v 2:1 controversy, i might as well
see if there's room on my good pal pooh's porch for another rocking chair.
who you calling an oldster, grammaw?

*ahem* i have the cd of shades of indigo, and i am offering to put it on tape
for anybody who wants it.  email me privately, and i'll give you details.

dee

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ok, i went back and listened again.

>> when we get back to winthrop  (could be)

>>  few miles from the airport   (no, definitely ocean.)

>>  i know with all of this movement, something's got to give.
(could be)

>>  the pull of the moon and the coffee deep-night black
>>  and i listen to them, and i listen to you
(no, definitely "i hear the dim roar of the last flight out)

>>  and for everyone there is someone never coming back.
(no, definitely someone)

>>  words fall out like breathless fish [i distinctly remember
>>the breathless fish thread from a coupla years ago on the list!]
(yeah, yeah, could be.)

>>  all flopping and scattered
>>  and hearts picked over, deemed dispensable
(yeah, again, could be.)

>>  down at the hightide
>>  we're there for our last meal
>>  broken loaves are still enough for us
(could be...)

>>  under the moon and the deep night coffee-black
(no, definitely the pull of the moon)

and i meant to say this before, for anyone who's wondering, the hightide was
a restaurant emily visited with her friends that she was visiting.

~~jennifer
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
so i'll walk the plank, and i'll jump with a smile -
if i'm gonna go down, i'm gonna do it with style.
and you won't see me surrender, you won't hear me confess,
'cuz you left me with nothing... but i've worked with less
  ~~ani difranco

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michal wrote:

> y'know, i'm glad you sent it to the list, i had hoped others would too, cuz
>  i'm always interested in hearing what other people are listening to.

here are a few of my favorites....

cheryl wheeler.....mrs pinocchi's guitar.....driving home....circles and
arrows

catie curtis..........truth from lies......catie curtis

nancy griffith.......other voices, other rooms.....other voices, too

carrie newcomer.......my true name

anatara.......anatara

mary mccaslin.......things we said today

anatara is sort of an ig/melissa hybrid (a local duo...good friends of
mine)....the rest are borderline country/folk.....

earlier this week i picked up a great cd by randy scruggs called "crown of
jewels" with a great array of guest artists, including vince gill, mary chapin
carpenter, trisha yearwood, travis tritt (great version of pure prarie
league's "amie"), john prine, emmylou harris, iris dement, joan osborne,
rosanne cash, and bruce hornsby.....

hope this helps....

tim

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sorry to have to do this but hotmail hates me..it's getting to where
every 3 weeks or so it takes all the mail in folders, and puts it in my
inbox, all mixed up!
so to save everyone trouble i just took the bal list for today and put
it up on a page:
http://www.angelfire.com/ms/jgarrisonstarr/bal.html

hopefully it is easy enough to navigate. email me with any questions. i
marked artists like ig, sarah mclachlan, etc with a star. so they'd be
easy to distinguish from bands you're probably not interested in such as
marilyn manson, nin etc...

everything included in their weekly mail is on there including a note at
the top on how to subscribe. you can subscribe without saying who
referenced you so make sure you include my name and email (stacey liz
lamia13@hotmail.com) when you subscribe.

i didn't include bal's other import update which is import singles and
albums (legitimate things like soy australian single) or their last
minute additions cuz it took me 3 hours to do the page and i have an
english paper due!

*hugs*

lamia


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i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
we may rise and fall, but in the end
we meet our fate together..."
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i'm sitting here typing my rough draft of paper for english comp, and it
occurred to me, i didn't tell ya'll what happened wednesday in class!
since we get to do these papers on anything we want, i decided to do my
comparison and contrast paper on amy and emily! what could be a better
subject to compair and contrast?? so i wrote my whole lil paper there in
class monday, and wednesday she was putting our rough drafts into
outline form. she was looking at the papers and went: oh here's a good
one! this is a comparison of the indigo girls. and of course my face
went red and i was like woohoo! igc! just what i need to brighten up my
day! she asked me, how do you pronounce emily's last name? and i told
her and the class is all snickering like "ooh indigo girls" :p
then, she put the whole thing up on the board!
i was just dancing around inside she's reading the facts from my paper
and putting it all on the board.
similarities between amy and emily, both attended emory university, etc
etc...and she's muttering stuff like "oh that's interesting..hmmm"
the class thought it was stupid but i was so happy to see indigo girls
up there on the board! heck of a lot more interesting on compairing and
contrasting the cars you drive to school...

i love this class cuz i swear i can tie any assignment she gives us into
music. i've already written one paper talking about the different groups
of people at a tori amos concert..*l* i think dar should be next...dar
or patty..anyways!

*hugs*

lamia

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i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
we may rise and fall, but in the end
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hi folks,

i'm putting the last touches on this boot which will fit on a 110 mins
tape or 2 cd-rs. i was second row center and used a top of the line
analog stereo walkman with manual recording levels so the sound is
pretty good. i just finished spending innumerable hours trying to figure
out just how much editing to do, just enough, not too much. remaining
issues with the boot are a few screams overlapping the beginning or
ending of a few songs, very little audience chatter (pretty considerate
audience that night around where i was) and some picture taking noise
(caused by yours truly. o the dilemna of it all) all in all i think it's
a darn good boot and it's time to let it go.
i'm looking for 12 to 15 branches including folks who could make cd-r
copies. european and australian volunteers too. please let me know if
you can duplicate tape and/or cd-rs. if i don't get enough cd-r
branches, i'll probably only offer it via tape and leave the cd-r copies
to private trades.
please do not volunteer unless you have good equipment (no boomboxes
please) and you are going to be able to make good copies in a timely
manner for your leaves including of the j card insert. remember: no
dolby, absolutely no high speed dubbing, high bias tapes only.

branch selection will be announced to the branches next week-end at the
latest, earlier if there are enough volunteers. tree announcement a few
weeks afterwards.

thanks for your help esp. to deb for her cooledit tips,

monique

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oh, i guess i'll play too...

the nields - any of their disks.  the new one comes out tuesday.  they are
        absolutely wonderful, if ya like ig, dar, etc.
david garza - this euphoria.  a wonderful cd.  a little harder edged than
        a lot of stuff people in here like, but he is great.
liz phair - i really like her new cd a lot.
patty griffin - flaming red is good.
the connells - one simple word continues to be one of my favorite
        all time albums.  and it came out close to a decade ago, which
        really frightens me.

...and then there's shawn mullins, michelle, lift, wendy, ani, etc...

darren

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big fan of david garza from his beginning days in austin and dallas.  can't
imagine any band having more fun in their shows - whether before 15 people on
campus or a few thousand - than did david (pronounced "dah-veed") and his band.
great stuff.  check out one of their early cd's, called eyes wide open.
enjoy........

darren glass wrote:

> oh, i guess i'll play too...
>
> the nields - any of their disks.  the new one comes out tuesday.  they are
>         absolutely wonderful, if ya like ig, dar, etc.
> david garza - this euphoria.  a wonderful cd.  a little harder edged than
>         a lot of stuff people in here like, but he is great.
> liz phair - i really like her new cd a lot.
> patty griffin - flaming red is good.
> the connells - one simple word continues to be one of my favorite
>         all time albums.  and it came out close to a decade ago, which
>         really frightens me.
>
> ...and then there's shawn mullins, michelle, lift, wendy, ani, etc...
>
> darren
>
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i gotta add my piece with this.  i'm with susan
(ohsusanna@sugar-river.net) and lori on this one.  it takes time and
effort to do taping.  a&e's policy of having music shared (meaning no one
should make a profit) doesn't mean that list members are obligated to do
nice things.  i know that others on this list have made gracious offers
to burn cdrs for people, initiate tape trees, etc. and have been left
with a bad taste in their mouths by the experience.  making 1 tape or
doing 1 nice thing isn't a big deal.  magnify that when you have 200+
people contacting you for stuff.  it becomes enormous.  this summer i
made several offers to list members (postcards and the sys cds).  last
week alone (a full 2 months after i stopped making these offers), i got 3
more requests from list members to "give them" copies of the cds.  when i
was offering the postcards, someone who actually lived just a few blocks
from tower had the gall to e-mail and wanted me to get them some.  doing
something nice is just that....something nice.  it shouldn't become an
expectation.  some list members are more fortunate (have access to rare
stuff, have large boot collections, etc), but this isn't an excuse for
them to be taken advantage of by list members with self-centered
attitudes.  (note:  karen, this is not implying you.  we've had good
deals in the past, but i'm just being general about list experiences).
if someone wants to 2:1 or 3:1 or 9:1.....that's there business.  we
don't have to trade with them (in fact, 2:1 is the standard in this
world....on many lists you're lucky to get 2:1).  but i can see why those
people do uneven trades....it makes up for all their work and effort
which often times goes unrewarded in other ways (even so much as a simple
thank you).

and that's not to say that i haven't met some wonderful list members who
sent me postcards, tapes, cds, and photos of ig in return.  but it's
unfortunate that the scales are often tipped in the other direction.

just my opinion,
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vigilantes of love, _blister soul_ and _killing floor_

five eight, _i learned shut up_ and _gasolina_.

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hey all.  i just wanted to thank you for all your advice....not that this was
an actual event, mind you ;)

dawn

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howdy!

most of my suggestions are edgy, bluegrass-tinged folk rock, or all-out
bluegrass (hey - try it for a change of pace!)

gillian welch -- "revival" or her new cd "hell among the yearlings."  i
would recommend revival for someone new to her music, though.  she's
hard to classify, but more bluegrass/mountain tinged folk.  lots of
dark, sad themes, but she and her singing partner david rawlings sing
the most awesome harmonies, and the music is great.

alison krauss & union station - "so long, so wrong"   mixture of folk
and bluegrass.  she has a voice from heaven and her band is
ultra-talented. this cd rocks!!!!  i've heard her other work, but this
one, to me, has got the best songs and the best sound.  and, the songs
better suit her voice, which, imho,  is the best it has every sounded on
record.

while we're talking about bluegrass - check out ricky skagg's cd
"bluegrass rules!"  and/or longview's self-titled cd.  if you like to
sing harmonies, you'll love these.

emmylou harris  "spyboy"   this is her latest live cd (recorded here in
nashville, btw:) and it is more representative of her body of work than
the more experimental "wrecking ball" (which is also a good cd).

steve earle's latest cd "el corazon," is really good, as is his last
album "i feel alright"  also, he's got a really good folkie / troubadour
/ traditional cd called "train a comin'" that's  great too.  i remember
reading or hearing in an interview that amy likes "train a comin'" you
might check it out if for no other reason than to expose yourself to
stuff amy listens to.

peace!

joan :-d

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hi! i'm looking for any boots from either of the shows played in oct or
nov 1997 at the rosemont theater in chicago. can you help me out? i don't
have much to trade...i'm new at this! :)

thanks!
amy swenson

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hi ya'll. so, listen. this only has some indigo girls content, but it's really
cool. ok. so, me and my girlfriend are at ocean city, md for sunfest this
weekend. they've been having concerts in the evenings. well, last night
(saturday), we took the bus down to the boardwalk and are walking around
sunfest by the concert tent. the jerry garcia band was playing. anyway, we're
standing outside the door because the tickets are $10 to get in, so we are
standing there and a very familiar tune catches my ear. i grab my g/f and go
running closer to the door. i listen closer and it's tangled up in blue!!!! i
started freaking out. so, we're standing there singing and this woman walks up
and gives us her 2 tickets to get inside because she saw us singing and knew
we wanted to go in. so, by the band coincidently playing tangled..., we got
free tickets to go inside. then, we're sitting there and i recongnize another
familiar tune. they start playing the load that the girls sang at lilith! i
was going ballistic. it was so awesome. it made my weekend. anyway, that was
my ig excitement for the weekend! take care ya'll!

jessie (with her huge indigo girls smile on her face!)
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in a message dated 98-09-27 19:18:40 edt, you write:

<< (in fact, 2:1 is the standard in this
world....on many lists you're lucky to get 2:1) >>

hey y'all,

maybe i'm remembering this wrong, but about a year ago there was another big
congressional flap/legal crackdown on record piracy and bootleg trading was a
part of the story.  if memory serves, the fellow they chose off the internet
to become their "example" and prosecute was someone who was doing 2:1 trades.
the reasoning was that he was making a profit and therefore his action was
illegal.

deb, i think you posted a lot of the articles surrounding this issue.  or mel,
maybe you remember?  isn't there a legal side to this argument and does anyone
know how the man above's case finally came out?  am i making all this up?  and
what about naomi?  (is anyone here old enough to get that? :-)

peace,

pam

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is it just me, or does it seem like there are a lot more guys participating
in the list these days?

well, that's cool.  ig's for everybody!

one of the original sensitive new age guys,
             j u s t i n

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date:         sun, 27 sep 1998 21:32:41 -0600
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the week that i joined the list you all were discussing some 12 year old
girl and if she was a plant or something... colud someone tell me what that
was about? i'm just curious.

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mike: found tracy..but lost yer e-mail addy..
e-mail me hon,,yer my best hero!
pooh

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this offer is for the first 15 people on the digest format (y'all need a
break every so often) who contact me.  i will make a copy of the blue
food boot for a padded sase and a 90 min blank.  email me if you're
interested, and i'll send you my addy.

:)
anna

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perhaps it was not clear in the original post, but this offer is for
people subscribed on the digest format.  that means they don't often get
boot offers as fast as those of us on the regular bounce format.

anna

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hey all,

        anyone interested in the tshirt vote, needs to check out the following
sight.  this is choice #7.   (sorry about the wait on it.)
http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html

        amy has gone above and beyond with this one folks.  thanks amy!!
wooohooo!  good job.

        i'm also reposting the voting information.  polls will officially close
friday 6:00 pm cst october 2nd.  thanks again to all that have voted
already!

here are the top four vote getters:

        2.)  'intimate strangers' big on the back, and in small letters
on the
front (in the pocket area).

        5.)  'a + e = ig' with 'intimate strangers' beneath

        7.)  'intimate strangers' in a stylized type (so the letters fit
into
each other)  surrounded by a sun, and abstract tree and moon with the
list address curved around the side. for a look see look here:
        http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html


        8.)  'a + e = ig' on the front, 'intimate strangers' on the back


        now...this is going to be the final vote (i promise).  i need
you to
vote for the shirt design, the shirt color, and the print color.

        after the voting is done, i will be trying to get an idea of how
many
people will be ordering t's, this will allow us get a price on
them...(pricing is dependent on quantity ordered, color and print)
so...to save time, if you're truly interested in ordering one, please,
let me know when you vote.


        shirt color                                     print color
        a)      indigo                                  i.)     white
        b)      white                                   ii)     purple
        c)      black                                   iii)    indigo
        d)      gray                                    iv)     rainbow
        e)      dk.green                                v)      silver
        f)      purple                                  vi)     gold
        g)      cream                                   vii)    oatmeal
        h)      burgundy                                viii)   black

        hey!  thanks again to all!  hope to hear from you with your vote.

        hope everyone has a safe, happy and productive week.

        peace & love,
        jules
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bravo, bravo!!  pulchrum est, i must say. i love it.

you really outdid yourself, amy!

peace.eri

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 00:35:22 -0400
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does anyone know where to find old stuff by the girls, specifically,
"color me grey?"

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hi folks,
i have a suggestion for all those offering boots, etc.--if it's not too
incredibly much trouble, which now that i think about it, it might be, but
after all it's just a suggestion--if you're only offering 12, or 15, or
whatever, to be fair to people on digest it might be nice if you did a
lottery or a "pick email addys from a hat" thing--i.e. "i'm offering 10
only boots of blue food.  everyone who emails me by midnight central
daylight time tomorrow night gets a chance to be one of the 10 randomly
picked."  (note: i personally am *not* offering this--it's an example.)

lots of nice people do this on the darlist (not with boots, of course,
since our listmaster is a doink who can't stand to let people talk about
booting concerts on the list, but with things like pix and posters and rare
tapes etc.) and it works so much better for those of us on digest.

personal note to some curd-luvin' chickie in boston: susiecheesecake, good
thing yer still on the list.  cute and smart!  what could be better?  ;-)

luv to all kfs,
suzi

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all i can say is that design is awesome!!!!  i am so impressed!!!!  my
personal opinion is that it is us...okay, i won't generalize, it may be just
me---but i think that it would really represent us!!  this is truely one of
the most awesome designs for any t-shirt i have ever seen...it's great---3 hoo
yaa's for amy!!!  whoo hoo!!!!

peace, all.  and if you haven't checked out the site!!!  go check it out!!!!
here's the addy again for those who missed it the first
time....http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html

have a grand evening/morning....i'm off to do lesson plans...yuck....
for all of you teachers out there...i have a totally new respect for what you
have been trying to do....oh my goddddessses...holy crap....and that sums it
up from this end of student teacherdom....

peace.
kara.

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date:         sun, 27 sep 1998 22:50:58 -0600
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so i was at the rather informal colorado ig listmeet on sunday and got
this tape of cool amy stuff (that's g_).  so i listened to it and got to
hear some of the great new stuff the girls have been working on.  anyway,
i couldn't get gone again out of my head this morning.....all morning.

so, first off, does anyone have the chords to this one?  secondly, i
don't know we have any other mandolin players out there, but if you've
worked out the fingering, i'd love to hear from ya.  i'm thinking of
working on it.

finally, the line "i'll be at the rainbow room".....i know the songs
mostly about australia.  so is there a rainbow room down there and what's
the story with it.  as my fellow new yorker's could attest, the raindow
room is a famous bar/restaurant that sits high up in the cbs building.
just wondering if this is what amy was driving at.

cheers,
l'sly

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i like that guy. i'm sorry but i think we need someone like that to counter
all the self-rightous(sp?) bullshit in this world. we all know that the only
reason he wrote this was to get a rise out of people. i am willing to be he's
not at all homophobic or intolerent and gets his kicks pissing people off.
  i guess you could say he's a kindred spirit of sorts. i can't tell you how
many liberal people i've told that all gay people are useless and should be
burned. i obviously don't believe that since i'm gay but seeing their
reactions really does make my life all the more worth willing.
  in the words of utah phillips "you've got to mess with people".
ben

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ben slavin wrote:

> i can't tell you how
>  many liberal people i've told that all gay people are useless and should be
>  burned. i obviously don't believe that since i'm gay but seeing their
>  reactions really does make my life all the more worth willing.

until you say it to the guy with the gasoline and matches.....

i have too many friends who have suffered too much due to society's
intolerance.... this post is appalling......

tim

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date:         sun, 27 sep 1998 23:30:23 pdt
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my friend alma is from a little town near decatur. she knows the girls.
no biggie.  when michal and i visited her in oberlin during michal's
whirlwind pilgrimage, what do i see sitting on alma's dorm bureau but an
autographed 8x10 b+w photo of the indigo girls.  "oh, have it, jilly,"
alma says in her bosnian accent.  "a friend of mine hung out wit tem,
dey gave tat to her.  she is not big fan so she gave it to me.  you can
have it, it is just sitting there for a while."

!

so i thank her profusely and take it safely home with me.

mind you, my family has just moved into a new home.  i have been redoing
and repairing my room since day 1. all my worldly possessions--
including the autographed photo-- is in the spare bedroom.  a few days
ago, my stepmother decided to set up beauty shop in there as well: her
little vanity table, where each morning she religiously applies her
false eyelashes, curls and teases and sprays her bleached-blond hair,
and paints her sometimes-plastic nails.

tonight i finished my room.  i begin to haul my stuff out of the room.
i reach for the 8x10 so i can carefully set it somewhere out of the way.
but now, what is this? it's got a weird coating on it... wha--? rough.
huh?  i look down where it was lying atop a box.  then i look over to
see... my stepmother's vanity table.  and a big can of aerosol hairspray
sitting on it.

my stepmother has shellaqued my signed-by-amy
ray-and-emily-saliers-right-there-in-purple-ink indigo girls promo photo
with her damn aerosol hairspray.

i dampen a t-shirt and gently wipe at a small part of the surface of the
print and wait for it to dry.  the supposedly permanent ink i have
touched begins to get spotty.  a few little light spots appear on the
thick lines of ink that amy ray put on the paper.

it is only a tangible, material possession, and i know we own nothing
ultimately.  and, to misquote john cusack in _say anything_, i don't
want to possess anything bought or sold (you know the rest of the shpiel
if you know the movie), i don't want to *possess* at all.
but in some little selfish corner of me, i've got this twinge of
anger/sadness that says, man, i had a little piece of something real.
(realness taken here to mean *not* false eyelashes and high heels and
dieting and condescention and conceit and materialism and, well,
basically my stepmother and all the little women she knows.  am i right,
michal?  realness being spirituality, emotion, altruism, honesty,
knowledge, the fruits of the spirit).   two very real people who make
very real music with such a real message... this was in *my hands*.
wow.  in my hands.
it just makes me sad that the pursuit of fakery (biiiig hair!) has
harmed it.

how silly what we cling to and what we derive from objects.

jill

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date:         sun, 27 sep 1998 23:40:52 pdt
reply-to:     swampy spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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dee, lookin' for her geritol, wrote:
>i have the cd of shades of indigo, and i am offering to put it on tape
>for anybody who wants it.

i will assist her on this.  i'm young, i have energy and optimism on my
side ;) just kidding, dee.
anyways.
i, too, have shades of indigo on cd.
i also have the least complicated import single with l.c. and acoustic
versions of mystery and dead man's hill.

perfectly willing to dub either of the two for anyone.. blanks or
trades, your choice.

jilly

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date:         sun, 27 sep 1998 23:45:56 pdt
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who's got rose polenzani's cd?

who would be kind enough to post/ send me the lyrics to olga's birthday?

just love that song, but only hear it online and can't quite tell all
the words... i wanna sing it but, uh, without that limes dude.

so help me please please please.

muchas lovies,
jill

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monique the boot goddess wrote:
>please do not volunteer unless you have good equipment (no boomboxes
>please)

i know this got tossed around a little a coupla months ago, but no real
answers came from it.  so i'm asking: what constitutes "good" equipment?
what do you consider a boombox? in my house, we have a hot pink stereo
boombox, double cassette deck, from, ohhhh, 1985.  gold circle or kmart
likely.  it's about 15"x4"x4", to give you an idea.  we also have a big
2.5'x1'x1' stereo boombox, double cassette deck, cd player, 8 times over
sampling digital filter--whatever *that* is, with adjustable treble and
bass, etc.  it's got a handle on top, so it is a huge boombox, i
suppose, but the speakers detach, so wouldn't it be more of a stereo? i
think they're both boomboxes, yet vastly different.  (we also have real
stereos, all snazzy and whatever, that i do later-generation dubbing on,
so don't worry about my boot quality).

just, what is considered acceptable equipment for booting to begin with,
and what's acceptable for being a boot branch?  you've got me worried
that my real actual stereos aren't even good enough.  do you guys have
some amazingly top-of-the-line systems out there? (i'm dying to know
what system you have, deb, do tell?)

help me out here, o mighty bootleggers...

jill

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benjamin.slavin@asu.edu writes:

> i like that guy. i'm sorry but i think we need someone like that to counter
>  all the self-rightous(sp?) bullshit in this world. we all know that the
only
>  reason he wrote this was to get a rise out of people. i am willing to be
he'
> s
>  not at all homophobic or intolerent and gets his kicks pissing people off.


well i'm willing to bet he's both of those, and even if he's not, the things
that he says are hurtful and degrading, and downright immature, as is a
necessatity to shock people, which is a sure sign of insecurity....i find it
funny that he goes on and on about how "chicks suck" and makes racist and
sexist comments repetedly on his site and yet at the same time often wonders
why no girl is interested in him, even for cheap sex. hmm...could it be
because he's a lying hypocritical sexist egotistical biggot?  just a thought
there......in any case this is not someone we should be looking up to or
admiring. just my two cents there.......

peace,

amy

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swampy spice wrote:
>

> !

may i just say that the one measly exclamation point jilly decided to
use in order to express her enthusiasm upon this little occasion does in
no way reflect the beaming radiance emanating from her lovely face when
this occured.  given that she had not necessarily been having the
greatest of nights (am i wrong, jilly?) this was truly a light in the
darkness, a silver lining in a pretty ugly looking cloud.  and that
makes it all the worse that stupidity and aerosol hairspray (or is that
redundant?) has messed it up.  tho' i agree that one shouldn't get
caught up in it too much.  don't let it mess up your equilibrium.  don't
worry, jilly, when i'm a famous musician, i'll get you another one.

i'll even ask thalia zedek to have you over for dinner or sumpin'...

> (realness taken here to mean *not* false eyelashes and high heels and
> dieting and condescention and conceit and materialism and, well,
> basically my stepmother and all the little women she knows.  am i right,
> michal?


well, i dunno jill..... i haven't had such a nice loooong conversation
about redecorating, new furniture, the preference of fully upholstered
over wood living room sets, and just how many walls did we decide a
*real* gazebo has??... in a very long time....

just to get some igc in here, i'm trying to think of lyrics that fit the
situation:

pretty pretender??- mom.
"whims of culture that swoop like vultures" - that would be aerosol
molecules
"eating us away... to our extinction" - that would be what the aerosol
molecules did to amy's signature.

now i feel vindicated for responding....


night, folks!!


michal

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the man rocks.  his voice just goes up and down the scales so that he's
elvis one moment and mr. falsetto the next.  pretty cool.  sporting dark
lime green pants, a pale yellow shirt, and his trademark glasses, he
exuded what i expect is his typical unusual brand of savoir-faire, but
hell... i'm no fashion wizard, so i don't know how to classify it.  and
since it has nothing to do with his music, i assume i'm bringing it up
only cuz i'm really pretty tired by now...

what i want to talk about is julie clark... the woman is... she's
just... she's like...
well...
okay.  take cool.  square it.  square that.  do it again.  and again.
don't stop.
that's her.

java and myself spoke to the woman for, like, half an hour after the
show. she was very surprised to hear that we knew of lift, since they'd
never come out to the west coast, but when we told her we were from the
list... she knew about us cuz she'd been on the list for a while, and
still moonlights as a lurking voyeur (my words, not hers) on occasion.
we told her of our support and our chagrin at the ugly goings-on.  she's
pretty damned stoked to be getting a steady paycheck for playing, and
she says her vocals are improving as a result of working with shawn (she
has a great voice - how come noone ever mentioned that?).  she's just so
damn captivating - and nice!!  she mentioned that they had expected an
opener for the show that never showed, at which point i exclaimed "damn,
*i* would've opened for you... with pleasure!" (only a tinge
sardonically) which led us to a discussion on breaking into the music
business, and my comment on financial straits keeping me from making a
demo this summer, as i'd hoped... and... would you get this?  she said
"y'know, i could probably get you some cheap studio time in atlanta"

do you believe that?  the woman doesn't even know me.  like, how nice
can a person be?  whether she meant it or not, (and i'd wager she
did)... i was just in awe.  wow.

of course, fool that i am, what did i say?
"really?  could i, like, get to meet emily too?"
and she started thinking about it... like "oh, well, emily moved, but
y'know, if you just hung around eddie's...."
!!!!!!!!!!
meanwhile, java's saying "michal, now you sound like a stalker"
why, cuz i want to meet emily?  heck, i figure, if emily knew about me,
she'd want to meet me too!!
but i actually *had* been joking, and said so.


then i made an ass out of myself when shawn walked by and said "thanks
for coming" but i'm not going to tell you what i said, cuz it was just
too lame.  thankfully, i don't even think he heard me.
small favors.  sigh.
now how come i can't be as cool as jilly when it comes to these things?
she always seems to know just what to say.
i wonder if she gives lessons...


so is anyone going tomorrow/tonight to the concert in the viper room in
la?  someone posted asking about it... i'm probably going to go, he's
really good.... email me if you're going, kay?!!!


night y'all!!
sweet musical dreams..
michal

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does that shades of indigo cd also have reverse1 live at little five
points onit? that is the cd that i have.  just wondering if it is the
same thing.
jeri

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wow, i am so impressed! i vote for choice number 7 for sure.  what
about indigo print on a cream or white shirt?
jeri

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must say, i am loving that design.. amy, you rock!  but one lil thing.. i dont
really ( and this is only my opinion) think that we should go advertising the
list address around... umm.. i just dont think it should be there for the
world to see ya know?  but whatever.. just my ho... if you guys would like to
do a quickie vote.. ill tally em up.. here we go.. if not, just delete this...
choice 1:
yes, keep the list address on the shirt

2: no, take it off..
that simple...
good day,
trooper

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i'm not exactly sure why having the addy on the shirt is a bad idea...i
mean it's out on the web, which would most certainly reach more people
than wearing a shirt around our respective towns...i just wanted to get a
little clearer on this before i voted.

and i think an indigo color for the print on a cream background would be
excellent!  and quite fitting, i might add.

thanks!
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of it all * you take me away from my incompleteness * lead me all the
way or not at all..." - amy ray "clues to you"

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yeah, why would printing the list addy be a problem? i mean, would it?  i'd
like more information on this...oh shit, i just realized this is a me too
post. oh well, here's a non0me too... i suggest cream on indigo.

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since jilly asked a related question on the list, i'm sending this to
the whole list. isn't this subject covered in great detail in some faq?
if someone has the pointer, please forward.

> and just for my own knowledge, why no
> high speed dubbing?  does this affect sound quality?  i don't do it when
> a person specifically asks for no high speed dubbing, but i am unaware
> how hsd affects the tape quality.  can you fill me in?
> elaine

elaine,

just a quick answer to the high speed dubbing: please don't do it ever,
it
degrades sound quality and makes it harder to get higher gen tapes. in
general, as a community of tape traders, we should try to pass on the
best
possible quality boots when we trade and dub tapes since the
unsuspecting
newbie or person you are making tapes for might become a boot queen and
seed
future unsuspecting newbies with the tapes you made for her. people come
and
go on this list and the newbie of today becomes the trading queen of
tomorrow sometimes. i'm sure you have some boots that have an amazing
amount
of noise (tape hiss, i don't mean audience noise here) on them. well,
someone or several people on the way to you made a poor copy and
everyone
after them is getting poor copies. don't be the weak link in the chain,
masses of people unknown to you will be grateful down the line!

re: nyc show
i'm planning on treeing the nyc show separately, there's no reason to
overload folks unless they are willing to be overloaded. haven't started
on remastering it yet.

monique

ps: as you can tell, this is a subject near and dear to my heart.

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 11:15:53 edt
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in a message dated 9/28/98 1:46:53 am, you wrote:

<<i will assist her on this.  i'm young, i have energy and optimism on my
side ;) just kidding, dee.
anyways.
i, too, have shades of indigo on cd.
i also have the least complicated import single with l.c. and acoustic
versions of mystery and dead man's hill.>>

thanks fer the help jilly, but i have it covered.  i've gotten tons of
responses, but i'm all set & ready to dub. <g>  besides, it keeps me busy!
you know us old folks need to stay active. ;)
dee

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in a message dated 9/28/98 8:20:12 am, you wrote:

<<does that shades of indigo cd also have reverse1 live at little five
points onit? that is the cd that i have.  just wondering if it is the
same thing.>>

reverse1 & shades are very different animals.  to quote my own details to
those responding to my offer, "shades of indigo" was a promo released to radio
stations only back in august, 1990.  it is part interview (the interviewer is
shawn colvin) and part music.  it was released on vinyl and cd.
dee

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>i just read that  melissa etheridge and the indigo girls performed together at
>the roxy, in la.  does any one know anything about this or know where i can
>get a copy?
>thanks

i don't know where you can get a copy, or even if there is one available but...

it might have been 1989...ig just had their first big cd come out and i
went to see the show that the roxy, me came out and did a couple of encores
with them. it was a great show in a small venue (50 or so people in the
joint)

bones

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i have a boot that has melissa singng a few things with the girls i llh
ave
to dig it up

on mon, 28 sep 1998, bones wrote:

> >i just read that  melissa etheridge and the indigo girls performed together at
> >the roxy, in la.  does any one know anything about this or know where i can
> >get a copy?
> >thanks

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late last night i was dubbing the soundboard recording i made of a
friend of mine who performed at a local coffee house last night.  she's
a wonderful singer/songwriter/guitar player, and every so often she does
covers of the indigo girls.  as i was listening to her do ctf, a thought
came to me.  does anyone know if the girls have ever been influenced by
someone else's cover of their songs?

:)
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who is looking for the roxy tape?  i have it.

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sheryl jones
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu
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don't listen when i talk just when i sing"
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sorry for forwarding, it seemed relevant to the list. if you disagree,
please send flames etc.. by private email, the thread will die that much
more quickly. thanks,  monique

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what is considered acceptable equipment for booting to begin with,
and what's acceptable for being a boot branch?  you've got me worried
that my real actual stereos aren't even good enough.  do you guys have
some amazingly top-of-the-line systems out there? (i'm dying to know
what system you have, deb, do tell?)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
jill,

thanks for bringing this up. i don't feel really qualified to answer this
question on a technical level, so i hope someone's going to jump in here
with some insightful description based on audio specs or something. same
arguments i used for elaine and high speed dubbing holds though: you want
the equipment that will introduce the least amount of noise on the copies
you're making. boomboxes introduce more noise than high quality stereo
equipment, so in general, if you use the highest quality equipment you have
available you're less likely to be the weak link in the trading chain. that
said, i'm not an audiophile and i haven't spent thousands on my stereo
equipment. i just have a regular stereo with a separate dual well tape deck
(well reviewed in consumer guide, so it's consumer grade nothing fancy), i
just enjoy not listening to more noise on my boots than i need to. btw, most
of you out there have probably already figured this out, but i just recently
realized that it's not a good idea to use the both sides dubbing mode
because unless you have a really high quality deck with high precision
synchronized motors for both wells, they are likely not to be running at
exactly the same speed which could cut off the end of side a and the
beginning of side b. so i'm now dubbing one side at a time, more time
consuming, but i don't want to be the weak link :).

if someone out there has better info, please enlighten us, o god(dess) of
wit :)

monique

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i'm looking for boots of the following artists if anyone has any:

viva la diva
ellen james society
gerard mchugh
kelly hogan
michelle malone
mary fortune express

if you're interested in trading see my boot page:

http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm

thanks!

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how long is the roxy tape, and what songs do they sing together? oh
yeah, has anyone noticed a likeness b/w amy and melissa. hmmmm.
jeri

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wow... all this talk about shawn mullins on the list... i am flippng
through tv channels, and there he is! his video on mtv. he rocked, btw.
song sounded great. i am trying desperately to have someone do duty for
me.... maybe the gods will intervene...

emily

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bigtime likeness, esp. w/ the graspy hand movements they make when singing,
like their shaping the air.

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alright, to make this as *simple* as possible, i have a few suggestions.

1. for those of you who haven't checked out my design, it's at:
   http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html

   i've received a *very* positive response on this one so far - thanks
you guys! :)

2. i think perhaps we should limit the shirt choices to what is *feasible*
to actually print, cost-wise. so i'm going to throw a few ideas out.

   1. oatmeal colored shirt with indigo print
   2. indigo colored shirt with off-white print
   3. white shirt with indigo rings - at arm & neck holes with indigo
print.
   4. black shirt with white print

any of these will turn out fantastic. printing light on a dark shirt will
cost a bit more, and the ringer tees look really cool - something
different - but they might cost a bit more per shirt.

3. so can we decide on this soon? julie, great great great list of color
choices, but a lot of them will be much too expensive (ie. the rainbow
printing). i'd like to keep this under $10 each, shipped. if we don't have
any concensus by the end of the week, i'm just going to pick based on what
i've heard from people and then get prices out. the shirts will probably
take 2-4 weeks once we place the order.

4. about ordering: i *will* place the order and handle the whole process,
since i can get the shirts at cost (saving lots of money for starving
indigo girls fans). however, i will not order shirts without having a
check in hand, or a similar committment. in the past when i've done this,
i've ended up with anywhere from 10-20 extra t-shirts that i have no need
for, such as the society of women engineers shirts i put together last
spring, and i had to eat the cost of those. so i'd rather not have that
happen again.

in conclusion (and sooooo sorry this is so long!), let's try to pick from
one of the four ideas up top (or something similar) sometime this week,
and we can get this going! cause i want my shirt! :)

thanks!
amy

                       "i will not be complacent!"
                               --amy ray

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i have to say i love this design too!!!!!
it looks great!

(*hugs*)

lamia

"i feel angry i feel helpless
i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
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the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
we may rise and fall, but in the end
we meet our fate together..."
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the t-shirt design is outrageously beautiful. i want two or three.

colors: i'm salivating for off-white on indigo. since my laundry skills bite,
my white t-shirts tend to deteriorate very quickly.

doyle srader
director of forensics
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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 14:05:18 -0600
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may i just say, at the risk of this sounding like a me-too message. i am
duly impressed. let's do it.

amy m.

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subject:      lyrics to olga's b-day
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someone probably responded to jilly's question about these lyrics, but
i'm one of those digest people who gets things late.  this is from
memory - so it may not be just like the liner notes, but close.
elaine

lyrics to olga's birthday

ever since they caught me with the sheriff's girl
my life has been a terror in the marketplace
full of cussing
full of screaming
full of spittin' in my face
my nights are full of the phones ringing
from the lonely
from the hidden

my dreams are full of one thing
marianna, underneath me

and when the preacher comes
that's the worst part
"oh olga, you've been sinning
if you want redemption
then you listen
oh olga, do you hear the lord say
to bring you jesus for your birthday"

my old friend beau has  been coming around
around about three times a week
he calls me
his baby
and i think i know what he means

i say it's not that i don't like you
it's just i love marianna
well, i don't say that,
'cuz i'm scared to

but i wish, i wish, i wish,
but what he says to me
when he thinks i am sleeping
"olga, hitch up your dress a bit
"come morning we'll have done away with this
oh olga, well if i may
i've brought you jesus for your birthday"

i found a way
jesus will take you
"so still you lay
his hand will break you"

and you will say
alleleuia"

ever since i've fallen under jesus
i feel so closed up
and my heart, it aches for marianna
i miss her, i miss her
sometimes i see her in the marketplace
and i cry out, and they hold me down
they think i've seen the saviour's face

but it's only
that i'm lonely
and what she says to me when i am dreaming
"olga, take kick off your boots  and shit
come morning we'll have done away with this
olga, well it's o.k.
i've brought you heaven for your birthday"

"olga, take kick off your boots  and shit
come morning we'll have done away with this
olga, well it's o.k.
i've brought you heaven for your birthday"

allelluia, marianna

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hey y'all--
  does anyone on the list go to emory university?
thanks,
lauren

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 17:22:53 -0400
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the following info is for inquiring minds who want to know:

you can order rose polenzani's cd "dragersville" by:
sending check or money order to

rose polenzani
c/o gabriel unger
69 williams st.
jamaica plain, ma  02130

you can order by credit card @ www.rosepolenzani.com
sorry for the nigc.  i know this stuff has been posted before.

elaine

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what is the 90 min blank for?

jude :)

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hey everyone
could someone please send me the track list for early recordings vol. 2:
levees that break in my heart, cause i dont have the case with me and i need
to make a j-card...

thanks
sasha

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after reading the post about amy's soc on track #10 of viva la diva's greatest
hits (vol. i), i rushed right out to my local border's, cash in hand.  imagine
my disappointment when the clerk notified me (after checking the muse machine)
that there is no group, song title, nor album entitled "viva la diva"!  what's
up with that?  is it a boot?  does anyone know?

-- heidi

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just thought some of you would find this helpful.  ladyslipper is a fine
womens music source.  check them out!

leslie

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hey yall
so here (finally) is the 7/18/98 merriweather show.  its not as great as
some of the boots deb has been so kindly offering up to us, but its still
pretty good (i think) for a pavilion show.  so here we go...
setlist:
tried to be true
galileo
gone again
least complicated
shed your skin
get out the map
scooter boys
the weight
water is wide
closer to fine

the tape is 60 min. some of the branches should be getting their tapes
soon, so please be patient with them.  maybe one or two expressed interest
in being a branch, and when i emailed them saying i hadnt received their
tapes, i didnt get a response. so either they  sent me their tapes or just
are not interested. if this is the case, email me because i am the overflow
person.  sorry that this isnt the most organized tree, but ya know i tried : )

branches
january - missy - msinghaus@msmisp.com
february - lamia - saliers_ray@hotmail.com
march -jude - hunterj1@aol.com
april - keri - kpink@unm.edu
may - kate - lumina0@hotmail.com
june - robin - robinmullins@ladiocese.org
july - salamanderz@hotmail.com
august - monique - monique@entelechy.com
september - kendra - freakgrrl5@juno.com
october - karen - s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu
november - alexandra - aaogilvie@aol.com
december - jill - hsoows@hotmail.com

european branch - katherin - kathrin.siegmund@stud.uni-hannover.de
overflow - me (sasha) - indigofrk@aol.com

any problems or questions,lemme know
peace
sasha

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from:         jami klein - list maint <jami@xpedite.com>

what's the url for the list shirt design again?
i'm curious to see it.  thanks.
jami

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 15:39:17 pdt
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hi!
sorry about posting this to both lists at once!!
has anyone ever seen/heard of gadget white band? they've opened for joan
jett & patty griffin. i came across their page after searching for patty
and they only have one sound clip which in my opinion isn't enough to
buy the cd! (it sounded good but who knows about the rest of the cd?)
anyone ever heard 'em?? i need some opinions!

one thing that struck me is when i saw the pic of the band, gadget looks
a lot like emily saliers!! maybe it's just the angle? check it out
anyway!
http://www.erols.com/kevmikwa/gwb.html

*hugs*

lamia

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i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
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when all we want is unity
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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 19:06:11 -0400
reply-to:     elaine bean <efbean@erols.com>
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elaine bean wrote:
>
> the following info is for inquiring minds who want to know:
>
> you can order rose polenzani's cd "dragersville" by:
> sending check or money order to
>
> rose polenzani
> c/o gabriel unger
> 69 williams st.
> jamaica plain, ma  02130-----------------------------

doh - can you say "absent minded"?  that's $14.00 for the cd.

elaine

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hi everyone!
                   well, i have been subscibed to this list on my other aol
screen name for a little over a month and i have decided it's time to say hi!

so, hi!

my name is rae.  (which i was called long before i ever heard of the artist :
)  i joined this list a little over a month ago...after my first ig
concert...lilith fair.  it was amazing.  i could go into taht....sometime when
i have a ton of time, i'll go into the story of how i fell in love with ig
music...not now.  as for me, i am a junior in high school...17 years old...the
worst age!  i'm dead serious, i'm not legal....it sucks.  at least i can get
into movies i want.  this month has been so cool...i have learned so much
about indigo!  i never thought there was so much to them!  umm...i have gone
onto people's webpages, gotten boots (thank you sheryln, paula and deb!!!)

it's been crazy.  um...pretty much my life is a mess right now.  my best
friend almost got seriously hurt yesterday so i've been worrying about him and
my other close friend with anorexia.  i've been losing myself online and
escaping....but you guy sdon't want to hear about that!  list issues:

on tee shirts:  i love that design!  i really want a shirt now!  personally if
anyone wants a new persons opinion, i think the shirts should be natural color
with indigo print.  if we get white, the process of bleaching releases toxins
into the enviroment.  it's just not a good thing.  i know i usually don't buy
white shirts for this reason.

on spitfire: anyone going, can you take a tape recorder?!?!?  i don't know
policies on boots, and this is a speaking tour...but i'd definatly like to
hear what amy has to say in her words!!!

on lilith:  just wanted you all to know, i was in the bookstore yesterday and
found this from lilith to lilith fair or something book.  i read all the pages
mentioned in the index on ig and was all ready to buy it until i read a
statement by amy saliers.  well, if they don't care enough to even get that
right, why should i give them my money :  )

on videos: guys, does anyone have a copy of the pay per view and disney
channel special that they could copy for me?  or any collected tapes of late
night/today show/ ect inverviews?  i'd love to see these things!!!!  i don't
have anything i could trade, but if anyone would do it, i'd be ever grateful!

on boots: i don't do them for people...don't have enough good ones  : )   i
know if anyone ever wanted one of mine i'd be willing to do it for them 1:1
because i've had so many amazing things people have done for me.  i don't deal
with people who want 2:1.  that's it.  oh, wait does anyone have a copy of
"complicated girls?"  i'd love you forever if you could make one for me!

okay, that's about all i can think about now.  umm...back to reality.  e mail
me, i love getting mail!  oh, i'm on the digest...just so you all know so if
you post anything, that's why i'm slow.  if you have any questions, ask!

rae
cloudyfire@aol.com
"i stood without clothes danced in the sand i was aching with freedom kissing
the damne"

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from:         pretty silver girl <saliers_ray@hotmail.com>
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>>it was a great show in a small venue (50 or so people in the
joint)

seriously? it got pretty loud for only 50 people!! i, too, have this
boot although it's not really that good a generation! i know a lot of
people on this list have it too cuz i dubbed it for a ton of people
awhile back!

*hugs*

lamia

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i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 18:51:39 -0600
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from the advocate: top ten least gay friendlt collages: includes #10,
vandebilt u, nashville tenn.
"nashville, you forgot the human race/you see with half a mind/what colors
hide the face."

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hey friends,

"after reading the post about amy's soc on track #10 of viva la diva's
greatest hits (vol. i)"

at the risk of sounding totally naive (just on this topic!) what does
"soc" mean?  i've seen it a lot & i think i've got a clue, but i'd
rather hear it from the experts! :)

btw, excellent t-shirt design.  i'm anxious to be wearing it already &
we haven't even ordered yet :)  it's going to be an xmas present for
friends who aren't on the list so it'll be a total surprise. yeah!

anyway, going home now 'cause i'm losing the battle (darn flu...)

cheers & indigo dreams,

sheri g
pngwn@hotmail.com

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"this ain't no stumblin' block, it's just a steppin' stone
gonna climb right up on top and take a good look at where i'm goin'-
it ain't gonna slow me down, hold me back or turn me around
this ain't no stumblin' block, it's just a steppin' stone"
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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 19:26:34 -0500
reply-to:     "amy m. swenson" <aswenson@students.uiuc.edu>
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from:         "amy m. swenson" <aswenson@students.uiuc.edu>
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i bought a cd called "uptown girls" that seems to be a german import. the
first 12 or so tracks are recorded live at the uptown lounge, and the
other 3 tracks are studio versions of three hits, least complicated, and
power of two. three hits and least complicated are *not* the versions from
the epic albums. does anyone know anything about this cd? are the live
tracks the same as the ones on the uptown video (which i don't get until
christmas...argh)?

thanks!
amy

                       "i will not be complacent!"
                               --amy ray

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 19:37:27 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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i've had a couple requests for the whole list of schools, so here it is.
valparaiso u, ind.--washington and lee, va --morehouse college, atlanta-- u
of rhode island, ri-- westminster college, pa--u of the south, tenn
--baylor u, texas-- miami u, ohio-- hamilton college, ny-- and vanderbilt.

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in a message dated 28/09/98 8.31.16 est, jah13@arches.uga.edu writes:

<< what
about indigo print on a cream or white shirt? >>

cream, definitely!

peace.eri

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  ok; i am breaking down and going to buy an ani cd tonite.  everyone on the
list seems to love her and i have never heard anything by her.  i'm sure i'll
like whatever you guys reccommend, so anyone who has a suggestion for my 1st
ani cd please e-mail me privately.
thanks guys!!  jennifer

ps---> to everyone who wrote to me to reccommending big cup of empty / new
mongrels, thank you!!  i love it!!!   :?)

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reply-to:     lia kueck <aeig2317@hotmail.com>
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holy moly!
did you say valparaiso university, because that's where i live. was it
number 1?? yikes!  oh, by the way, hi everyone, this is my first post,
the t shirts sound awesome-can't wait!

lia
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malone

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hello all,

this was probably covered when this was first aired...maybe...last fall
or winter, i'm not sure.
i play the igs maybe just a little too much in the dorm room, and my
roommate, who i know was just teasing me, was like, (in a cartoony
voice) "if you wanna be a lesbian, you have to listen to the indig[l]o
girls."  i was confused and she was surprised i hadn't heard of what she
was making a reference to.  evidently there was a south park episode
last season...and...there was a substitute teacher who turned out to be
a lesbian...or something.  and then there were a bunch of jokes,
starting, "if you wanna be a lesbian..."  and then the ig reference.
i'm not even close to being offended in any way of this, i actually am
really intrigued.  if any one knows where i might be able to find a copy
of that episode...or when it might be replayed....or any information at
all, i'd be interested in it.
it's not every day a cartoon alludes to my favorite band and sexual
orientation.
-thanks,
melissa

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:53:41 -0600
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received three copies of it (i guess from fans), thought the concept was
amusing but hadn't found time to watch it. i read that somewhere.

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:54:51 -0600
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sorry, that was suppossed to say, the only thing i can tell you about that
episode is that emily apparently received three copies, from fans, i guess,
etc. etc., see last message.

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 22:13:17 -0400
reply-to:     karen frey <karenfrey@redrose.net>
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subject:      [fwd: t-shirt design]
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date: mon, 28 sep 1998 22:12:49 -0400
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how about just the opposite?  indigo shirt with cream writing?  don't
you love it when i come out of lurkdome to throw a monkey wrench into
threads?

love,  karen


> << what about indigo print on a cream or white shirt? >>
>
> cream, definitely!


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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 19:34:27 pdt
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ok if everyone wants indigo on offwhite i guess i'll agree but i have to
say i'd really prefer a dark colored shirt!!!! i don't really want to
explain why to a group of 700+ people but i'm sure you can guess.. i'm a
feminist *ahem* so i don't wear....anyhow! so a dark color would be
better for me...unless the shirts are really think? anyhoo...
i'd love an indigo colored shirt!
*hugs*

lamia

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i want to change the world
i feel violent i feel alone
don't try and change my mind
the world is heading for mutiny
when all we want is unity
we may rise and fall, but in the end
we meet our fate together..."
--mark tremonti&scott stapp (one)

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 19:36:48 pdt
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>  ok; i am breaking down and going to buy an ani cd tonite.
>

hey!  ummm.... i suggest ani's living in clip cd.  if you get that one..
well.. you get not one but two cds.. and it is all live.  i know that
she publically announced that she prefers her live music rather than her
studio music.  so there is an idea!
   if you know of anyone wiht ani cds.. then i would even more strongly
suggest to make a mix of all the cds onto one tape.  my friend did that
for me.. and i listen to it even more than  the cds...  i love it.
   but of course.. if not.. like i said before.. i suggest in livin
clip.  just my opinion!!
lori

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 22:41:44 edt
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i love the idea of a cream t-shirt with indigo writing!  excellent!  count my
vote for that one!

                                                                        ~lauryn~

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 23:26:57 edt
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someone mentioned on the indigo girls bbs that ig will be on a live broadcast
tonight, midnight central time.. at this address.. i am just passing info..
http://www.broadcast.com/music/shows/mountainstage

hope it works!
trooper

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:02:19 pdt
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jeri pondered:
>yeah, has anyone noticed a likeness b/w amy and melissa. hmmmm.

yeah, like n*i*s amy and chrome plated heart melissa.  it's gotta be the
necklaces.  and the leather jackets.  and the flannels.  but, you know,
come to think of it, i was watching some vh-1 special on celine dion,
and, way back in the late 80's when *she* started, she coulda been their
triplet.  i swear, *everybody* just looked *so* butch.  all that
leather.
makes me wish i'd been born a decade earlier ;)

there's-always-room-for jill-o

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 21:01:59 -0600
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subject:      nigc:  screen savers

does anyone out there know of any cool sites with glbt screen savers:
rainbows, triangles, etc.???

any help would be greatly appreciated.

cheers,
l'sly

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:38:56 pdt
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well...

in case you're scouring the nation for an institute of higher learning,
here's some ***queer-friendly*** campuses:

deep springs (co)
bennington (vt)
nc school of the arts (duh)
college of the atlantic (?)
sarah lawrence (ny)
marlboro (vt)
hampshire (ma)
bryn mawr(pa)
simon's rock (the junior college of bard college, where all the smarties
go instead of h.s. their jr. and sr. years)
bard (ny)
smith(ma)
the new college- u of south florida
eugene lang (nyc?)
reed (or)
san fran conservatory (ca)
parson's school of design (nyc)
grinnell (ia)
vassar (cn?)
oberlin college and conservatory (oh)
earlham (in)
antioch (oh)

there also exists a gay/lesbian student's guide to colleges, somewhere.
they had it in the library at my old community college.
the book rates the schools by their political action, their #of groups
for gays, the # of gays, their # of hate crimes, their response to hate
crimes, etc etc.  very helpful.  look online. also, the princeton review
guide to colleges (the insider's guide) is the most amazing review book.
i know they're online.  http://www.review.com

and can i just remind you all that oberlin made the cover of newsweek in
1989, being proclaimed as a "mecca for gay students."
hint, hint.

jill-your-guidance-counselor

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:45:06 pdt
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lamia, blushing, *publicly* told *hundreds* of people;) :
>i'm a
>feminist *ahem* so i don't wear....

me neither.  can't *stand* pantyhose.

;)
jill

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date:         mon, 28 sep 1998 20:49:42 pdt
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can i just draw to your attention that shirts can be bleached white
without using harmful bleaching methods.  oxygen, i think, does it.
anyhoo, the sst shirts are apparently white and they are, according to
the tag, eco-friendly.
*i* won't sway some of you, but, uh, *amy ray* had them sst shirts done,
didn't she? now, you trust *her* green opinion, don't'cha? ;)
well, trust one of us.  trust god, i don't care, trust something.  but
white shirts don't have to be harmful to the environment. i think.

jill the vaguely second-guessing

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