lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-10a


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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 23:58:50 edt
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<<<"i spent four years prostrate to the higher mind. got my paper and i was
free." (that was off the top of my head, don't know if it's right or not). i
say it means college, my g/f says it means psychiatric therapy.>>>

well, i can say for me and all the friends i had while in school, the first
way was how we have always read this line.  since both a&e went to college,
and having heard it 11 times live, i think it is more than likely this is what
it means.  i love when you are at a concert and the crowd is young, the
reaction to this line is priceless.

but having been in therapy for many years, i can also see how, together with a
few other lines form the song, it can be read the second way.

good thread!

babs

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 12:04:50 +0800
reply-to:     jodi <joadster@space.net.au>
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this thread sickens me....

what gives you high and mighty people the right to condemn others???

geez!
jodi

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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 23:44:54 -0400
reply-to:     "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
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subject:      re: playboy feminist? give me a brrrreeak (nigc)
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i am not going to debate this on the list because 1) it would only become
a huge bandwith consuming war and 2) neither susan and i are going to
change our minds on this issue. i would however recommend picking up a
copy of defending pornography by nadine strossen, the president of the
aclu and a strong feminist herself. she not only offers a well studied and
profound insight into the issues surrounding pornography, it'll tell you a
bit about mckinnon and dworkin.

feminism is a widespread phenomemon and it includes a wide range of
opinions on several issues. i am not dephiling feminism by disagreeing
with the political beliefs of andrea dworkin and catherine mckinnon; i am
advancing it.

nuf said.


peter a. barta
bartap@law.georgetown.edu

"whoever rescues a single soul from the children of man, scripture credits
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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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 23:52:50 -0500
reply-to:     joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
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just saw this ad in this week's nashville scene:

"trail of hope"
a benefit concert for indian children

a concert benefitting the tennessee indian education association,  to
support educational opportunities for indian children.

october 11, 1998 at the nashville arena
doors open at 4 p.m. (cst), tickets are
$21.75 through ticketmaster.

lineup:

widespread panic
beth nielson chapman
jimmie dale gilmore
john trudell
bill miller [who is awsome btw...check him out!]
hal ketchum
kevin welch
ulali
shaver

-plus-
celebrity hosts and surprise guests....


oh!!!!  i cannot wait for this!  i'm really surprised, though, that they
have booked this at the arena and not at a smaller venue.  like, this is
where the huge stadium acts and people like celine dion, etc.  play.
anyway, this should be a terrific show.  wonder who the surprise guests
will be?  hmmm....  hoping!!!

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 22:15:38 -0700
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dear darius & shannon:

i agree with "remember when the music" -- how about "up on the shelf"?

melissa

nighthawk wrote:

> on wed, 30 sep 1998, shannon donnally wrote:
>
> > he is such a great storyteller.
> > i would love to hear ig do some
> > of his songs, particularly my
> > favorite one, "mr. tanner"
>
>    yeah, "mr. tanner" would be a kick-ass cover.  also "remember when the
> music", "dance band on the titanic", and "what made america famous"...
>    <drooooooll>
>
>    darius
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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 22:06:44 pdt
reply-to:     cimarron spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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been taking inventory of, ah, my life.  my damage is that i'm too
senty-mental and i save *everything*.  so overwhelmed by all the crap
i've somehow managed to attach some sort of meaning to in so few years.
arg.  anyways, sorting and sifting and...

you want any of this stuff?  lemme know, and it's yours...

precious moments collectors' coffee mug, with "jill" on it (one of those
dealies where it says the meaning of your name, blahdeeblahdeeblah).  so
i suppose this one is only up for grabs by the other 3 jills on the
list.  jill?  jill?  jill?  ;)

precious moments figurine of a little girl holding a butterfly net.
it's called "may only good things come your way."  in its original box
and packaging. don't know what the going rate is for these things, maybe
give a few bucks?

1 program, "jodie foster: growing up on-screen," from the walker art
center, 1991.  contains info on all her films up to that time, plus
photos and interview clips.  for all you beeg foster fans (lemme tell
ya, was i ever one when i was 16... i've never even been to the walker
art center... i read in style magazine that in her office, jodie had "a
framed poster from a retrospective the walker art center did on her in
1991."  i found out where it was located (minneapolis), then called
minn. information and got the #, then called there and after many tries,
got transferred to some guy in their basement archives, who sifted thru
the archives himself and mailed me the poster and program he found.
whew!  so uhm yeah, i'm keeping the poster--in my teenage obsession, i
got it framed just like hers, how sick-- but the program is yours, now
that you know the story behind it.  it's really slick, put together real
nice too :))

misc. assorted my-mom-likes-to-buy-me-expensive-but-too-big sweaters

1 pr. grey eddie bauer corduroy pants (twiggy-like chicas need not
apply)

okay, and this is really random, but, uhh,
one black graduation cap and robe, from jostens.  is that totally cheesy
to give/sell them?  i only wore them once, for approx. 3 hours (hee hee)
for my community college graduation (summa cum laude, thank you very
much).  so brand new(ish)

all of the aforementioned one-girl's-junk-is-another-listee's-treasure
can be had for a real nice email, a boot or two, or a few bucks (okay
maybe 15 bucks for a sweater... they're brand new, for gosh sakes!)

that's it for now, though i'm sure i'll find more.  damn do i horde
stuff.
email me for specifics...

jill

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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 23:06:39 -0700
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on wed, 30 sep 1998, barbara todd wrote:

> <<<"i spent four years prostrate to the higher mind. got my paper and i was
> free." (that was off the top of my head, don't know if it's right or not). i
> say it means college, my g/f says it means psychiatric therapy.>>>
>
> well, i can say for me and all the friends i had while in school, the first
> way was how we have always read this line.  since both a&e went to college,
> and having heard it 11 times live, i think it is more than likely this is what
> it means.  i love when you are at a concert and the crowd is young, the
> reaction to this line is priceless.

        according to the ctf pop-up video on vh1 (and i believe the
transcript is archived somewhere on lifeblood), this verse was emily's
poke at academia.
        however, i can also see how it might be interpreted the other way
as well.  brings to mind dar williams's "what do you hear in these
sounds" for some reason . . . dunno why, really, but my mind works weird.

        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:         thu, 1 oct 1998 16:53:59 +1000
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hey folks,

i found this article on rocktropolis - it's a few
days old but still worthwhile i think...

-sherlyn

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september 25, 1998
zack de la rocha's spitfire tour schedules dates

the only four dates for the forthcoming spitfire tour -- the
spoken word tour organized by rage against the machine's zack
de la rocha -- have been announced, with plans to expand the
tour in spring 1999.

ex-nirvana bassist krist novoselic appears on all four dates
to moderate and to speak on free speech and censorship
(allstar, june 5). actor woody harrelson, marijuana activist
todd mccormick, and former mtv vj kennedy will also speak at
all of the dates.

other speakers on the tour, which hits four college campuses
in october, include indigo girls' amy ray, former dead kennedy
jello biafra, and exene cervenka of x. between five and seven
speakers appear on each date, talking for at least 15 minutes
each before an hour-long question- and- answer period with all
of the speakers.

each speaker will also be joined by an activist to host their
own private discussion afterwards. as part of the spitfire
foundation's effort to promote grassroots political action,
tickets for the private discussions will only be available
through local charities and activist groups.

while speakers have been confirmed for each of the four dates,
the possibility of additional guest appearances has not been
ruled out. for more on the tour, check out the spitfire tour
web site.

the spitfire tour itinerary:
oct. 1, littlejohn coliseum, clemson university, clemson, s.c.
krist novoselic: free speech, censorship
kennedy: personal responsibility
woody harrelson: hemp, the environment
todd mccormick: medical marijuana
amy ray: gay rights
tracey conaty (national gay and lesbian task force): gay and lesbian rights

oct. 18, zellerbach hall, uc berkeley, berkeley, calif.
krist novoselic: free speech, censorship
kennedy: personal responsibility
woody harrelson: hemp, the environment
todd mccormick: medical marijuana
exene cervenka: society's toll on mental health
michael franti (spearhead): consciousness, social changes

oct. 26, lanford auditorium, vanderbilt university, nashville, tenn.
krist novoselic: free speech, censorship
kennedy: personal responsibility
woody harrelson: hemp, the environment
todd mccormick: medical marijuana
jello biafra: politics

oct. 27, o'connell center, university of florida, gainesville, fla.
krist novoselic: free speech, censorship
kennedy: personal responsibility
woody harrelson: hemp, the environment
todd mccormick: medical marijuana
amy ray: zapatistas
cecilia rodriguez (comission for democracy in mexico): zapatistas
jello biafra: politics

-- mike magnuson

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 16:54:53 +1000
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hey folks,

another article, this time from sonicnet
(http://www.sonicnet.com)...

-sherlyn

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protesters blast spitfire's 'pro-gay' agenda

spoken-word event featuring krist novoselic and amy ray hit with
barrage of conservative objections on eve of kick-off.

contributing editor teri vanhorn reports:

on the eve of a politically charged spoken-word event featuring
former nirvana bass player krist novoselic, indigo girl amy ray
and actor woody harrelson, a coalition of conservative
organizations is exercising its own free-speech rights to voice
strident objections to the affair.

on the clemson, s.c., campus of clemson university, where the
spitfire tour is scheduled to make its first showing thursday
(oct. 1), the local organization operation standard is battling
what it perceives to be a "homosexual agenda" in the presence of
the various musicians, actors and activists.

beyond circulating petitions opposing the event, exactly how the
group and its "allies" plan to protest is unclear.

"who knows what the deal is," novoselic said. "if this is just
the tip of an iceberg of some big moment or if it's just
somebody obsessed and scribbling away."

spitfire, a multi-faceted, spoken-word event focusing on global
affairs and free-speech issues, will make stops over the next
month at the university of california at berkeley, in berkeley,
calif., vanderbilt university in nashville, tenn., and florida
state university in gainesville, fla., with plans to extend to
a full national- and overseas-outing next year. participants will
vary at different stops along the way.

the speakers, including novoselic, the former bassist for the
superstar grunge band nirvana, and ray, a singer/guitarist with
the atlanta folk duo indigo girls, will address a variety of
topics, ranging from harrelson's focus on hemp and the
environment to ray's planned address on gay rights.

operation standard spokesman mike griffin said he was aware that
several topics will be addressed at the event but his
organization's press release focused specifically on the forum's
address of gay rights, claiming spitfire promotes "the homosexual
agenda."

"queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"
it states.

additionally, griffin condemned the event for "breaking down the
morals of society."

ray had initially planned to speak on central american democracy
issues, but changed her topic to gay rights when she learned that
the tour's first stop would be in south carolina, spitfire
spokeswoman sarah haynes said. last spring, irmo high school in
that state canceled a concert by the openly gay duo, spawning two
more cancellations at southern high schools as well as protests
blaming the actions on homophobia.

operation standard and several other organizations are currently
circulating a petition on campus in protest of the spitfire event.
addressed to the president of clemson, the petition requests that
the institution shut down the event and ban "others like it" or
refund students' activity fees.

the event is free to those enrolled at clemson, by virtue of the
$20 activity fee the university collects from each student.
admission to the general public is $10. at the u.c. berkeley stop,
there are no student-activity fees to subsidize the event.

in reacting to the news wednesday night (sept. 30), novoselic, who
is moderating the tour in addition to speaking about free speech
and censorship, called the organizations' perspective "skewed" but
added that their collective act of speaking out is, on some level,
exactly what the tour is trying to promote.

"that's just being an american -- that's just what being an
american is about, getting stuff off your chest and participating
in a dialogue of ideas," novoselic said. "the better idea will
win, i'm sure."

haynes called griffin's take on the event "off-base."

"one of the speakers has a goal of reaching out to people and
letting them understand her life and what it's like to be in her
shoes and to promote tolerance and understanding and to basically
not discriminate," haynes said, referring to ray.

"that's her agenda. our agenda as a group is to promote free
speech. we're encouraging anybody who wants to send out a press
release or speak out or show up in protest or get up during the
question-and-answer session to do so. that's great; that's what
this about."

operation standard has linked with such organizations as the
council of conservative citizens, citizens for traditional family
values and the carolina family alliance in the protest, griffin
said. he claimed his organization has 300 members and that the
other organizations involved have more than 20,000 active
supporters.

griffin said his organization's intent was to "make people aware
of what is behind this and what the agenda is, so people will
hear it from our point of view."

"it's the people they have speaking on the tour and the people
behind the tour, their backgrounds -- predominately very, very
liberal and pro-homosexual," griffin said.

"we've got woody harrelson, who is tolerant of the homosexual
lifestyle and tolerant of a lot of diverse sexual activities that
are going on out there and he's played parts in the movie industry
that are not good for this country. ... basically they are a group
of individuals that are breaking down the morals of this country
and we are against it."

griffin said a lawsuit against clemson university will result if
the institution does not comply with the petition's requests to
shut down the event and ban "others like it" in the future or
refund the $20 per-semester student fees. he referred to a recent
court decision in illinois, ruling that the use of student fees to
fund activist groups on campus violates the first amendment.

although griffin said he has no plans to show up at the spitfire
tour himself, he added that he was aware of plans by others to
protest the event, but he refused to provide specifics.

novoselic said he wasn't quite sure what to make of the protest,
and hadn't decided whether he would address the organizations'
complaints in his speech thursday.

"all i know is that what's going to happen tomorrow night is
we're going to have a great time," he said. "i want to have an
engaging time, and i'm really looking forward to it. maybe
they'll be surprises -- maybe this person will stand up and ...
who knows?"

[ wed., september 30, 11:30 pm edt ]

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if anyone wants to go with me to any of these, let me know...
none of these shows is going to cost any more than, oh $15 at the most.
these are nice little small underground artists ;)...

frank black (from the pixies... ya know, _doolittle_? hey, he's sigc...)
sat., oct. 3 (that's *this* weekend) @ the grog shop, cleveland
(216) 321-5588

they might be giants (weird happy genre-less music, these guys are
great, a big recommendation)
wed., oct. 7 @ the odeon, cleveland

guided by voices (don't know much about their sound, they're on
matador's label, they're pretty big in the indie music scene, heck, try
something new, eh?)
fri., oct. 16 @ the phantasy, lakewood

fuck (i'm not kidding, that's the band's name. on matador.  never heard
'em.  take a risk with me.)
mon., oct. 19 @ the euclid tavern, cleveland

liz phair (you know *her*! she's on matador too... support your
independent music labels! i'm sure amy ray would agree...;))
wed., oct. 21 @ the odeon, cleveland

carrie newcomer (singer-songwriter, i've heard her mentioned on the list
before... somebody, tell us something about her...?)
sat., oct. 24 @ the canal street tavern, dayton
(937)742-4788

lucy kaplansky (singer-songwriter, i heard her with janis ian, she is
really gooood, come listen with me)
mon., oct. 26 @ the canal street tavern, dayton
(937)461-9343
tues., oct. 27 @ the junction bar and grille, bowling green
(419)352-7453

somebody come and play...
jill

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reply-to:     angelina den held <folkie69@hotmail.com>
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>date:  tue, 29 sep 1998 22:07:19 -0700
>reply-to: luna mook tick <luna-tick@home.com>
>from:  luna mook tick <luna-tick@home.com>
>subject:      re: white shirt debate
>to:    indigo-girls@netspace.org
>
>why don't y'all wear under shirts?  i do with every shirt white, black,
or what
>ever.  little tip.  then when it is really hot i can take off my shirt
and have my
>bvd tank top undershirt on.  just a little fyi.  but as for shirt
colors, dark all
>the way!!  white shirts get dirty and seem to sub come to holes easier
too.
>
>hugs and hershey kisses~
>luna
>
>--

you just wash white shirts more often than the other one's, wright? :)

angie
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date:         wed, 30 sep 1998 22:20:08 -0700
reply-to:     starr <starr@netvision.net.il>
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jennifer belton wrote:
>
>         let me just ask you all this; am i the only one on this list that wears a
> damn bra??  (sorry about this gentlemen on the list!)

no!!!!!

i even wear pantyhose.
often.

and g-ddamn it, i'm proud, you hear me?
proud!!!

michal
standard-bearer for
those-who-have-no-choice-but-to-wear-bras-and-happen-to-like-pantyhose!

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 00:17:59 -0700
reply-to:     starr <starr@netvision.net.il>
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pooh wrote:


> personal  ps...to my new best friend bar..next time i read a letter from
> you i gotta remember not to have a mouth full of coffee...it costs lots
> of money to get theses laptops cleaned ;)


all right, who else out there knows exactly what pooh means?
(assuming she's referring to "wild woman corrice" - if not, oops!)

peace and pecadilloes,
michal

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 00:30:34 -0700
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shelley miller wrote:
>
> alright chickies and chicos...another question for ya.  has anyone out
> there ever started a zine or independent publication (even a really
> small one)?  or worked on one?  could you fill me in on any tips or
> experiences you might have?

y'know, i'd be interested in the responses to this, too!

could y'all cc your responses to me, or shelley, maybe you could forward
'em?

thanks!!
michal

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 00:58:00 -0700
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        the following is from a transcript of an interview/performance
that tori amos did for seattle's 107.7 kndd radio station's "end sessions"
show on september 20, where she mentions amy and emily;  the transcript is
up at mikewhy's a dent in the tori amos net universe, at the following
url:  http://members.aye.net/~mikewhy/endses1.html.  (just so you know i
didn't pull this out of . . . erm, somewhere, or anything.)

sister janet
     {applause}
     tori speaks:

     "thanks guys. this next song i wrote in like, um not alot of time,
because this girl was so horrible....and she lived above me. we lives in
these tiny little places in east hollywood...and she said something to me,
she was listening to my music one day and she said um ...i was just
begining to write little earthquakes, and i hadn't written this one yet,
and she said [tori's voice goes higher and using a smart-assed type tone]
'you know you should really do something like the indigo girls.' and i was
going..well why do you think i should do that, and she goes [in that
smart-assed tone again] 'well cause you know it's like really good music
and stuff and i can really understand what they are saying' and i'm like
but you're an idiot! and the thing is i like amy and emily, they are very
nice, but this girl um...is just...yanno..she's...she's...she's...smegma.
that's not a cuss word tim [radio station guy] i know they can put that
out, i know they can put that out. the christians can't get me for that
one.

(she goes on to play "leather.")

there is, of course, more, but she doesn't talk about the girls again, so
oh well.  ;)

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
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"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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well, looks like there're only two left!
i thought i'd share them with you, in case y'all were interested:

10/01/98 - houston tx     billy blues
10/05/98 - new york, ny   shine


like i said, go see em!
and don't forget to say hello to julie... ;)

oh - if you're interested in finding out tour date info. in the future,
i guess it's all going to be on columbia now, cuz i got these off
columbia, not off shawn's website.  you can get the link to columbia off
his website, tho'...


night y'all!
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hey folks,

i've really only got a minute, so:

1) shirts.  great job, everyone who's involved in them.
i think the list address should be on the shirts,
they're list shirts after all... besides without the
list address there, there wouldn't be that much to
identify them as actually being ig shirts...

2) there's way too much nigc coming through here (eg
discussion of colleges, discussion of who wears what
underwear, etc etc etc).  could we take it to private
mail?  thanks.

okay, i gotta run.  ta,
sherlyn
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 02:29:41 pdt
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definitely college...you know, that little piece of paper declaring your
degree and all.  hmmm, just a while longer for mine, unless i decide
that i really want to become a professional student.

kelly, who's spending time here instead of working at my studies to get
that little paper....


> "i spent four years prostrate to the higher
>mind. got my paper and i was free." (that was off the top of my head,
>don't
>know if it's right or not). i say it means college, my g/f says it
>means
>psychiatric therapy.

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 07:40:18 -0400
reply-to:     elaine bean <efbean@erols.com>
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"queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"
" it states.

will they be offering toaster ovens to clinch the deal?  who could
possibly resist.

elaine

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i would love to see beth nielsen chapman in concert...*whines*
'course i think my chances of getting to nashville are pretty slim *hee*

--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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there is only one emory university right?  cause i was walking to work
today and i saw an eu plate on a car and i was like wooooo! the girls! :)
and then i went into the bagel shop and they have this program called
compeer - kinda of like a big brother/sister thing but only with mr and mh
people.   anyways, the reason the flyer caught my eye was because on the
top in huge letters was "the power of two" and i was freaking (inside of
course - don't need those guys thinking i'm any zanier than i am!).  the
thing is...i know the guy who is the head of that program, and i know his
wife - who just happens to be one of the co-advisors of our lgbt group
here, and she is a huge ig  fan...i'm wondering whether or not she nudged
him a bit to use that "slogan" *gigglefits*

*bounces*
--audra
*who thinks she will be very scary today because she will have downed
almost an entire pot of coffee within the next hour or so :)*


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this was taken from "the state" web site.

http://www.thestate.com

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clemson braces for protesters at free speech forum
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by the associated press
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clemson -- thousands of clemson students are expected for spitfire tour '98, a
free speech forum thursday night. but critics got a head start on protesting
the event's celebrity speakers and their issues, including gay rights and the
legalization of marijuana.

several conservative groups charged wednesday that the performers are
promoting what they called the homosexual agenda. "queer rights is the goal,
and recruiting is their game plan," operation standard said in a news release.

headliners will include actor woody harrelson, indigo girls singer amy ray,
mtv personality kennedy, lesbian rights activist tracey conaty and nirvana's
krist novoselic. the speakers will discuss their area of specialty for about
15 minutes apiece, combining words with music and videos. a roundtable
discussion will follow.

"the hard-earned money which mothers and fathers have saved ... (to) send
their kids to get a world-class education is being pilfered by the gay
movement's tentacles -- all in the name of tolerance," operation standard
said, referring to student activities fees.

the news release, which also listed the council of conservative citizens,
citizens for traditional family values and the carolina family alliance as
protesting the forum, particularly criticized "punk rock" musicians, their
band names and song lyrics.

"what they say has no more or less value than what we have to say," organizer
sarah haynes said of the protesters. "it's a free speech tour, and we're not
going to say what's right or wrong."

campus police said the event would be handled much like appearances by ku klux
klan leader david duke, civil rights activist jesse jackson and heavy metal
concerts. "they've got some controversial issues, so we'll be on-hand if any
problems arise," chief lonnie saxon said.

school officials have said the event should help broaden students' horizon.

"nothing has sparked as much controversy as this has," said julie walters-
steele, director of university union programs. "i've taken lots of calls from
parents and alumni asking why we're doing this."

ms. haynes said even speakers and organizers differ in their views, so the
entourage is accustomed to in-depth discussions.

"we'd like to introduce these topics to a school that generally isn't very
open-minded about some things," ms. haynes said. "why would we want to go to a
place where everybody welcomes us?"

clemson is the first stop on the four-show tour. the forum starts at 7 p.m. at
littlejohn coliseum.

the tour, conceived by rage against the machine band member zach de la rocha,
will continue at the university of california at berkeley, vanderbilt
university in tennessee and the university of florida.

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hey everyone!

      i was just wondering if anybody from the list is going to be attending
tonight's spitfire stop at clemson.  i had thought about going, but it's sorta
financially impossible for me at the moment.  i really did want to hear what
amy had to say, though...  so if anybody is planning on being there, can you
either tape it, or at least give a full report to the list?   i think it will
be especially interesting since those protesters are creating such a stir...

~lisa

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thanks, ya'll, whoever responded...i guess it seems to be just one of those
things where you fix the song's meaning to fit your experiences at the
time--i'm in college, working on my "paper" and my g/f is in therapy trying to
convince them that she's actually more sane than most of the people out there.
just because she attempts suicide and wants to live alone in the mountains
with me breeding indigos (of course!), they think she's nuts...i don't, though
:-)
wonder what other meanings people could get from that line?
mick

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in a message dated 10/1/98, 9:51:25 am, memememi@aol.com writes:
<< including gay rights and the
legalization of marijuana.
>>
just a quick, random question...how to a&e feel about the legalization of
marijuana? anybody got a clue? thanks
mick

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oh my goodness...curls my toes.  she does something similar on one of
her new songs...faye tucker, i think...when i heard a tape, i swore it
must be emily, but i'd seen it with my own eyes, so i knew it had been
amy...egads, what that woman can do to me with her voice.

>in concert on cut it out, amy always does the most incredible falsetto
>thing, really exhibits her increasing range.


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jen mek wrote:
>
> i believe that this topic came up about 2 years ago.  i thought amy smoked
> "natural" cigarettes.  now, i don't know how to exactly define "natural",
> but it wasn't the typical cigs that you get in the store.
>
> any ideas on this one - - anyone??


actually i used to smoke american spirits too...im pretty sure thats
what she smoked...you can only get them in tobacco shops or cigarette
wholesale places (the kind you only find on back roads in rural
viginia...hee hee)
they are entirely natural tobacco, untreated, unaltered...no
additives...just as strong but in some ways a lot healthier...not that
inhaling burning plants 20 times a day can be healthy....but i cant be
one to say that....guilty as charged....

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it just so happens that i am.....and still waiting for that
application.....fall has begun my darling.....when does the fling??

cimarron spice wrote:
>
> omg!
> >personally...not that any of you need to know...
> >....but i'm a boxer brief kinda
> >woman.....ya know ...
> >...the chickies seem to like em..
>
> (giggle oh my yes we do)
>
> ahem,
> you single? ;) ;) ;)
>
> tee hee
> jilly
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 09:41:17 -0500
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sparkie is still waiting also.....please......for the application for
jilly

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how about saint mary's of the woods in terre haute in.  all women all the
time, and a lot are lesbians

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let us not forget.....randolph macon women's college in lynchburg va,
where else can you go to live with 800 females and go to protest against
jerry fawell in the same day...
randy-mac gal from 85....sparkie

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> just a quick, random question...how to a&e feel about the legalization
of
>marijuana? anybody got a clue? thanks
>mick

i recieved an article from a girl that was on the list about a year
ago... (i wasnt on the list at the time so she was kind enough to send
me articles and such)... and i remember clearly that in that article amy
was asked her thoughts on marijuana.. and amy went on into a little
monologue about how she thinks that marijuana should definately be
legal.  i was actually surprised by this.  when you guys were debating
about the fact that she smoked cigarettes... i was pondering over this
interview i read thinking "well if she wants marijuana legalized, why
wouldnt she smoke too?"   im not saying she does...and actually nor do i
care....   she is a woman of her on mind... and i hope she does what
makes her happy without it being by business!
   okay im rambling now.  i wish i had the article.. going to try to
find it.. (kicking myself now)  but i know she had reasons and
everyhting about why she thinks it should be legalized.
bye bye
lori

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if anyone has contacted me about this and has not heard from me, please
email me privately (chkngrrl@geocities.com) and let me know.  something
seems to be screwy with my email.

anna

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 11:08:10 -0400
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on thu, 1 oct 1998, cimarron spice wrote:

> if anyone wants to go with me to any of these, let me know...

   if i could get to (insert place here) from rochester, ny, i'd love to!
;)

> these are nice little small underground artists ;)...
> they might be giants

   they are?  funny, the last time i saw them, they were opening for
hootie & the blowfish!  ;)  that was a great concert.  *gasp*  did i just
say that?  i mean, just because their 3rd cd was really good and...  i'll
shut up before somebody shoots me.
   seriously, though, tmbg is a riot -- almost as fun as the barenaked
ladies, but you have to fight for tix to see them these days...

> carrie newcomer (singer-songwriter, i've heard her mentioned on the list
> before... somebody, tell us something about her...?)

   she's a hometown hero from indy.  we all love her -- subtle
country/folk stuff.  gorgeous voice.  the closest person you could compare
her to is mary chapin carpenter, i'd say.

   darius

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 11:11:59 -0400
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on thu, 1 oct 1998 zippyme@aol.com wrote:

> how about saint mary's of the woods in terre haute in.  all women all the
> time, and a lot are lesbians

   they should use that for a slogan.

   darius

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i believe amy id for it, but calls drugs like heroin and cocaine "evil".

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sorry, i meant for legalization of pot, not necc. for pot itself. sorry to
waste space w/a double post

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on wed, 30 sep 1998, freida l. garigin wrote:

> i've noticed that emily sings from her head most of the time, her head and
> neck posture indicating that she's open in her throat and soft palate. on not-
> so-high bits, she'll let her neck close up and sing from her chest, maybe even
> get a little lazy about it.  of course, it is the chest voice that is the
> "true" voice of an individual--the head voice, when done "right" tends to
> focus into a "clean" note, the kind of note that blends in with others, making
> the individual singer disappear.  i'd say emily is a metzo-soprano, and when
> amy is carrying the melody and emily is harmonizing over her, then emily goes
> into "choir girl" mode, open throat, so that she blends in perfectly, and
> then, well, there are the harmonic overtones...   i'm wondering if amy has
> ever been seen/heard to go into a head voice?  i suspect it would be almost a
> falsetto.  if amy ever had voice lessons, it looks to me like she's
> disr  amy's guitar is slung low and sexy, like a rock star.  because of
> these differences, it seems to me that the music they make as a pair is
> somehow exponentially greater than the sum... thanks for letting me ramble
> on...
> freida.
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on wed, 30 sep 1998 17:27:27 edt "freida l. garigin"
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>
<<amy's guitar is slung low and sexy, like a rock star.>>
>
> freida.
> what an acute observation, and worded wonderfully!!!!!!!!!1
jeri-
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>
> <<frankly, when i listen to the pre-epic material, i have to say that
very
> few of you would swoon over amy's voice today if she hadn't smoked.
:-)>>


> that is so true, although it is kinda like trading in something bad
for a good result.  her voice is a lot sexier now that it is deeper,
although who is to say maybe growing up helped.
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who's going to this? i hope someone can bring a tape recorder and/or video camera.
it's going to be so worth it. i would love to hear amy speak about gay rights.
please let me know if you get a recording of this.

we're counting on all of you out there in sc to review this for us. thanks,

monique

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we have a really fast internet connection at work now and i want to use the
cdr to record ig off of acoustic cafe...i know we went through this already
but what would be the best way to do this...any help would be appreciated!

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 15:13:40 -0400
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on shirts: please please can we not get blue shirts?  any color but
blue.  they're hard to go with anything - i mean - i live in bluejeans -
anyone else like that out there?  blue shirts with blue jeans are
blicky.  can't we stick with the environmentally friendly, not hot, not
see-through oatmeal as a compromise?  and net address- yes - i think it
should be on there - i mean, the list is open to anyone who's an ig fan,
right?  so why not publicize it at concerts?  plus, it's true, then we
can put "indigo-girls" on the shirts.

on smoking:  i don't see ig's smoking habits as a hypocritical move with
the va slams thing - i mean, people everywhere do bad things, but that
doesn't mean that they're trying to promote it to others - it's kinda
like the whole gay recruitment joke with the toaster.  but i must say,
my band is in a va slims sponsored band competition (dueling divas)
right now, and though the name va slims is associated with the contest -
they aren't promoting smoking outright, and they're really helping
struggling musicians like me.  they pay well for you to play in the
contest, publicize heavilly and for every vote by the public for their
favorite band, they are donating $5 to a free-clinic in town here.  and
they're letting people vote at each of the 15 events.  the merchandise
they're giving away (hats, bookbags, sweatshirts) have dueling divas or
a little music symbol/female symbol thing on it and have no reference to
cigarettes.  when we agreed to participate in the competition, we had to
sign a waiver to not publicize the va slims name, cigarettes, cigarette
smoking or anything like that.  we weren't even allowed to mention it on
stage.  i don't know how much more generous they could be.  i'm not
really even sure why they're doing this - maybe a tax write-off - but
they swear they're just trying to promote indie women's music.  it sure
seems that way - even from the inside.

on amy's new song that goes, "i can get the girls, but the boys just
laugh":  anyone care to comment on the lyrics to this song?  i guess
even when you reject a gender/lifestyle, it still hurts to be made fun
of.  still - when she sang this at the 9:30 club, it kinda freaked me
out.  i mean - why would she care about people that would be so stupid
as to laugh at her?

sorry so long - i've been lurking a while...

-tara

tara lane
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hey all,


well i just had like a trippy dream i and thought i would share cause
it had emily in it cause i've listening to her songs more. okay i was at
a barbeque and that's weird cause i don't eat meat except on satanic
holidays, so anyway i'm kind staring off into the distance and i see
emily's head floating in space and she's smiling at me. but i don't like
freak out or anything, i just smile back, and she's says something like
nice makeup, cause she likes black too, and then she comes down and
offers me a cigarette, so we have a smoke and she's like talking to me
about different things, then she tells me that she doesn't really
believe in satan and all but that whatever people wanna think is okay
cause it's a strange world as long as i don't hurt anyone of freak out
and cut things up, so i say thanks and she gives me a hug. this is where
marilyn (still a god to me) comes into the dream but i know you all
don't want to hear that part, right? newayz thanks to everyone on this
cool list who was nice to me, and tiffani says hi. write me again, if i
haven't answered it's cause my mom took away my computer rights for
listening to my music too loud, even if it was the indigo girls.

bye
debs

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i noticed when i was looking at cover tunes on lifeblood that ig did
knockin on heaven's door with michelle malone and gerard mchugh.  the info
is boston, april 28, 1988.  i'd love to have this.  if you've got it, let
me know and we can work out a trade!

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> how about saint mary's of the woods in terre haute in.  all women all the
> time, and a lot are lesbians

on oct. 1 darius replied
>they should use that for a slogan.

  > darius
  i ran that past a nun....she failed to find the humor,  however the father
thought it was a hoot

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i will be in san francisco from nov. 6th - 10th, and welcome/encourage
suggestions from any listee/bay area aficionados, who could help me find
ig-quality live music, radio stations, restaurants, shops, tours, etc.  please
e-mail me privately.  thanks!

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 16:52:01 -0500
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for all the votes i've received, the list seems to be equally divided
between a natural cotton shirt with indigo printing, and an indigo shirt
with natural colored printing. so why don't we just do both? it's not
going to cost very much more, and this way, most people will be happy.
plus, then i can own *two* list tee-shirts! :)

what do y'all think? the shirts would just be the reverse of each other,
which would be kind of cool, i think. as long as we order more than 24 of
each color, the cost will be basically the same.

so if we can agree on this, maybe i can get a preliminary count on how
many shirts we all want and have prices and order info by tuesday? please
email me privately with the number and color(s) of shirts you want. this
is not an order, just a count so i can figure out cost.

thanks!
amy

ps - this *will* be wrapped up soon, i promise!

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tattoos!!!!!!big ones...but be fore warned..they hurt when ya get near
them tender spots..i should know   ;0(...ouch ouch ouch

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hi friends,

i know several people have mentioned they have boot lists & tapes for
trading, but thanks to the wonders of technology, hotmail has *dumped*
all of my saved messages & i can't remember who has what. >:|  would
anyone who has a boot list please email me privately so i can get in on
this wonderful sharing experience?! :)

in particular, i'm looking for sf lilith '98, newport folk fest. '98 &
'96, berkeley greek theater '97, san diego hospitality point '96? and
sdsu open air theater '94 or '95 (can't remember).

thanks much!

peace & indigo dreams,

sheri g
(who has finally conquered the flu & can actually think, breathe & move
all at the same time again - wooo hooo!)

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what is the title of this song, other lyrics?

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in a message dated 98-10-01 17:58:40 edt, pooh40@mc.net writes:

<< tattoos!!!!!!big ones...but be fore warned..they hurt when ya get near
them tender spots..i should know   ;0(...ouch ouch ouch
  >>


i will second that and also add that they hurt worse when they are in boney
area's....and of course, all 4 of mine are!    just the same, i love tattoo's.

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

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in a message dated 10/1/98 2:55:14 am eastern daylight time, sherlyn@fl.net.au
writes:

<< operation standard spokesman mike griffin said he was aware that
several topics will be addressed at the event but his
organization's press release focused specifically on the forum's
address of gay rights, claiming spitfire promotes "the homosexual
agenda."

"queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"
it states. >>

yeah, i heard amy needed a new toaster oven!

leslie

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 19:03:21 +0000
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        read the list faq.
        if you don't have it anymore, contact sherlyn...she'll email it to you.
        it states pretty clearly our collective stance on bandwidth and nigc.
        there is no place on the list for discussion of amy and emily's personal
lives, colleges,
        underwear and all the other nigc stuff.
        take it to private email.
        and if you want to flame me...take that to private email as well.

                jen

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 13:44:15 +0000
reply-to:     justin shumaker <shuey@amarillonet.com>
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subject:      the dating game! (vligc)
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this exchange took place:

>> ahem,
>> you single? ;) ;) ;)
>>
>> tee hee
>> jilly

> it just so happens that i am.....and still waiting for that
> application.....fall has begun my darling.....when does the fling??

which makes me think, wow!  it's a whole new function of the listserv to make
sure we never again discuss the indigo girls!  ;)

i call it "the indigo girls discussion list and/or matchmaking service".

so here's my entry: i'm male, straight and tall.  and i like the indigo girls.
a lot.  plus i have a job.  and two cats.  the cats don't have jobs, though
they're looking.

any takers?

of course, this will have to take place via private e-mail, so as to not waste
precious "bandwidth".  (as someone said, "whatever that is".)

thinking it would never have come to this,
  j  u  s  t  i  n

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date:         fri, 25 sep 1998 11:13:50 -0700
reply-to:     lori ann <liltree@yahoo.com>
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and don't forget they teach improper math skills!  "multiply life by
the power of two"

ok now, i suppose this could come from the "you know you're
obsessed..." department.  i was studying for my accounting exam, going
over debits and credits and normal balances blah blah blah.  anyway,
so i was memorizing the accounts with debit on the left and credit on
the right, and i thought, y'know left is amy side and right is emily
side.  *on goes lightbulb*  so i now amy an account to debit it and
emily an account to credit it.  there are further benefits to this.
the basic accounting equation is assets=equities and the normal
balances for (a)ssets is an (a)my balance and the normal balance for
most (e)quities is an (e)mily balance.  he he  anyway it helps i
promise.

i did find however that it is hard to study for your accounting exam
while listening to amy introduce nueva seņorita.

lori ann
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 17:19:05 pdt
reply-to:     amy vorpagel <vorpagel@hotmail.com>
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from:         amy vorpagel <vorpagel@hotmail.com>
subject:      good bye for now...
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with all this mail about bras and color of shirts, i just can't keep up.
i'm signing off for a while (over 200 *new* messages to go through
today... that's not including in depth msgs and boot trees that i need
to respond to). if anyone needs to get a hold of me, feel free to email
me at vorpagel@wmich.edu
take care everyone!

peace,
amy

visit me on the web!! http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/7728


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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 20:21:16 edt
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in a message dated 10/1/98 4:42:43 am pacific daylight time, efbean@erols.com
writes:

<< will they be offering toaster ovens to clinch the deal?  who could
possibly resist. >>

i already have the toaster oven...i'm going for the ford f-150!!!!

dawn

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 20:31:32 edt
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okay, so i was at work, nearing the end of what seemed to be an endless shift.
my feet were throbbing, i was yawning almost uncontrollably, when what to my
wondering ears should come out of the speakers but shame on you!!!!  our muzak
system has *never* played the girls in the 6 months that i've been working
there.  it's always pumped out this annoying, repetitive techno-dance-remix-
crap, and it's usually the same 15 songs.  needless to say, the yawning
stopped, i perked up, and actually spent the last 15 minutes of my shift
dancing and bopping around the store singing under my breath--even while
ringing some poor schmuck up (poor guy's probably been traumatized by my
singing voice).

okay, i go away now...just had to get that out.

dawn

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 21:05:56 -0400
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hey...

the last post re: hearing ig at work reminded me of something i used to do
at work.

i used to manage a small video store here in upstate ny, and we were lucky
enough to choose what we could play in the store while we were working,
tho' it had to be reasonably non-offensive (you know, no nudity, not too
much swearing, etc.)  so what movie do you think i watched at least twice
a week for roughly 3 months?  boys on the side.  and each time the part
where they're singing joking, i used to sing along.  *loudly*  used to
scare the customers away...:)

also used to watch fried green tomatoes and have all the women in the
store crying right along with me when ruth died...

kelly,
who used to bring watershed in when my boss was out of town.

ps--jeanette reposa--got the tapes.  thanks!!

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 18:11:22 pdt
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every once in a while i check up on my blocked mail to see what addys i
have blocked..and it was so weird!!! i can't get over how freaky it
was...i looked and what was the top address? indigo-girls@netspace.org
supposedly blocked!!??!!?? *l* i dunno but i'm still getting mail...
only 273 new! *l*
very very odd...

*hugs*

lamia

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are the ones that can swallow you whole.
i have a good and i have an evil,
i thought the ocean, the ocean thought nothing,
you are the welcoming back from the ocean.."
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 21:15:03 edt
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in a message dated 10/1/98 7:00:28 pm, ndigogrls@aol.com wrote:

<<yeah, i heard amy needed a new toaster oven!
>>

ok y'all... call me ignorant, but could someone please explain this toaster
oven thing to me?  maybe i just completely missed something in my delete-
fest... and send private email, unless of course there are other baffled souls
out there as well.  (my friend and i have an ongoing inside joke about toaster
ovens...whenever i hear one mentioned it gets my attention:+)

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 18:17:19 -0700
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on thu, 1 oct 1998 10:04:56    <mick mac> wrote:

> just a quick, random question...how to a&e feel about the legalization of
>marijuana? anybody got a clue? thanks
>mick

hi everyone, here's a nice interview summing up amy's views on drugs.  kinda long but pretty good.

tanya out. ;-)

may 1997 - stomp and stammer

jeff clark keeps 'em coming for amy ray

by gregory nicoll

atlanta's love for native daughters indigo girls is large and indisputable, and frankly, it's easy to see why. because, whether or not you appreciate their songs, whether or not you agree with their political/social positions, whether or not you're straight, gay, or whatever, it's very hard to not like them. as musicians. as citizens. as people. they're as earnest as their songs, as easygoing as a lazy day, as friendly as good neighbors. thus, after watching them grow up in small clubs like the trackside tavern and little five points pub in the mid-'80s, their success ­ including gold records, worldwide tours, a grammy award and four other nominations ­ is almost a celebration in itself: hey! the good guys won!

rarely ones to slow down to enjoy the pleasures of such success, amy ray and emily saliers did in fact take a break from the road and recording studio last year to collect themselves and get their heads together. still, amongst the traveling, soul-searching, and laying low, they managed to stay involved in music and politics, the two worlds that merge so often in their acoustic- based songs. first, the late '95 release of the double disc live album 1200 curfews kept fans satiated. closer to the heart, their concern for the rights of indigenous americans (injuns, to the less sensitive) prompted the all-star benefit disc honor, on ray's daemon records, which also released fine albums by the rock*a*teens, danielle howle, and other local and regional talent. and hey, from the looks of their new promo shots, it seems that emily finally got a flattering haircut!

all jocularity aside, she obviously learned how to play banjo, 'cause that stringed instrument figures prominently in the sound of "shame on you" and "get out the map," the first two songs from shaming of the sun, the brand new indigo girls album released april 29. at times turbulent and reassuring, restless and emotional, the eleven songs stray very little from what has become the duo's signature sound, yet ­ augmented by such diverse backing musicians as steve earle, ulali, lisa germano, smoke, and others ­ shaming of the sun is at the same time a more adventurous, worldly affair.

with the new album, it's also 'back on the bus, y'all' time again, and the girls are gearing up for another non-stop touring year, including three big homecoming shows later this month at chastain park. the road ­ or fort worth, texas, to be exact ­ is where i tracked down amy ray, wound up from a pre-show run, and ready to rip on a wide variety of subjects, as you will see as you follow the zig-zagging path of our conversation ­ get out the map, indeed! first topic of discussion: her reaction tofinding bootlegs of some early, early indigo girls recordings in an independent atlanta record store which has been a bigsupporter of the duo over the years:

amy ray: "there is some stuff going on right now that i have a problem with. i'm not gonna name any stores, but when people take recordings that have already been done, and they bootleg them, and they reissue them, and make money off them, that pisses me off. like, i saw a bootleg of our ep! they don't own the license for that! epic owns the license for that, and they own it for a reason, because we wanted them to release it as b-sides, and then maybe later on down the road as part of a box set. it's like, if i wanted the thing released, we would release it! you don't take something and steal it from somebody like that, and make a lot of money off it. and it's wrong. it's wrong, period. there's no question to me about it."

stomp and stammer: on the other hand, as a fan of other musicians, i'm sure you understand that desire to 'have everything.'

"people bootleg our shows all the time. i have no problem with that. we expect it to happen, and it's not an issue for me... [but] you know, i've seen some bootlegs recently in atlanta that are reissues of tapes i made when i was in high school and college, of me and emily, that i made and gave to people as gifts. and i consider those my property. i consider them to be things that i created myself, that are not for people to sell. and when i see someone doing that, a store, you know, i'll withdraw my support for them. because it's wrong. especially if they don't ask me."

what helped inspire "shame on you," the new single?

"i saw this really cool movie called displaced in the new south [by atlanta filmmaker david zeiger], and there was a whole section of it about gainesville, and the poultry industry there and then later on down the road i had heard they were starting to crack down on illegal immigrants up there, working at these factories. but they hassled everyone, and to me, it's like, god, how hypocritical can you get? you're running this chicken [company], you're raking in the millions, you're hiring people for low wages, they have terrible work conditions and the city's making money off it, and at the same time the city's going, 'what are all these illegal immigrants doing here?' what do you think they're doing?! they're working, because somebody else doesn't want the job. all these people complain that all these jobs are being taken away and stuff like that, well, those people are the people that are willing to do it. i don't know enough about it to spout off about it, but that's what i see from the outside."

what do you think should be done about illegal immigrants?

"oh, god, i don't know. they shouldn't have to be illegal they won't let people in to [be citizens]. it's not like everybody can do that. i think you have to have certain access to the infrastructure, and the resources, and i don't know what the policies are on how many people can apply, you know, to become citizens. i don't think it's as easy as just doing it, though i know [the question] is a hard one, because they go, well, if all these people come here, we can't possibly handle it all the more i read, the more i realize i don't know anything. so, i'm not really qualified to talk about it, except from my perspective, [which is] it's hypocritical to be speaking about illegal immigrants when we're immigrants ourselves. and who drew the line, and said, 'okay, now, you're illegal and you're not'? what if somebody had done that to us? it's bullshit."

can you tell me about your trip to mexico in february?

"me and emily took a delegation of about 25 people down as a show of moral support for the zapatistas the zapatistas are mayan indians who are fighting for rights to stay on their land, and to make the decisions about how their land is used themselves, and have access to the infrastructure for health care and education, and basically they want the mexican people to change the government from one that's completely corrupt to one where people really have a voice. and they want to be part of it. and our military is sending their military aid. and a lot of that money is being diverted to the mexican military's effort against the mayan indians. the tanks drive through every day, the roads were built so the tanks can go into these villages, woman are raped, people can't walk from one village to the other without being harassed. the military recruits women from the village to be prostitutes for the army. and it's just sick, and it's what we call low-intensity war. i've been down there twice, now, and i've seen it, and i'm tellin' you, we shouldn't be giving that money to them by not saying anything, and by not speaking out about human rights down there, we are completely adding to the situation. so, our government either needs to get out of there, or they need to take a stand on the human rights."

the crumbled relationship you sing about in "don't give that girl a gun," is that based on something you recently went through?

"oh yeah. all my songs are based on fact. they're literal. that's my life, you know. it's real direct. i'm not quite sure everything i meant by it, but it's kind of a tortured love song. it's literal, and most people know what it's about i mean, don't print who it is. she knows it. but, i mean, you can say i'm gay 'til the cows come home...

so are you going to be on the cover of people magazine with a headline going 'yes, i'm gay!' next?

(laughs) "uhh nah but it's a breakup song, and it's also a love song. it's a 'don't let go' song, that's what i'd call it, and it's sad. but it wasn't supposed to be as sad as it is. it's kind of a drag."

are you a creationist or a darwinist?

"i don't know um, i think i'm a darwinist to a degree but i think there's some holes in that, too. obviously. i mean, we don't know everything i don't believe in a literal interpretation of genesis. at all it's impossible and i don't believe it. i believe in this overall holistic vision of how people were trying to explain how we came, and how we discovered knowledge about ourselves, and discovered knowledge about creation, and how we were redeemed at one time or another. revelations, and redemptions, and different cycles of life. so, i don't know."

what do you think should be taught in schools?

"i think they should teach it all. oh yeah, i think you should learn as many different perspectives as possible about things. even though, as a young person, like in elementary school, for instance, i think it's probably hard to grasp that many ideas, and people say kids need boundaries, and they need direction. i don't believe that. i believe in offering all of it up, and maybe you're gonna confuse somebody for awhile, but they'll figure it out later."

what sort of religious teaching did you have growing up?

"i was brought up as a methodist, and have a couple uncles that are ministers, and my granddad was [a minister], and we went to church every sunday, and i was in the youth group, and sunday school, did everything. i went to decatur methodist, and it was a very pragmatic sort of church. we had a couple of ministers that i didn't agree with about anything, and then we had a couple that, they'd read philosophy during the sermon, and quote really cool people, and i was like, 'wow, this is so radical!' it was never that idea of fundamentalism i was initiated into the idea of asking questions early on. but i'm not a christian. i have a relationship with jesus, but it's my own, and it's not a christian one. jesus is one part of everything i believe. you know, christianity imposes the idea that 'this is the only way to salvation,' and i don't believe it. i'm more of a pagan. i'm a pagan for jesus!"

why did choose to use smoke as you backing band on "hey kind friend"?

"i love smoke! it's like love walking into the room. i wrote that song after traveling around a little bit. these last couple years i'm kind of a recluse but i went on the road for this song, to run away a little bit from things. and it's just a journey song. and i felt very hobo-like when i was going through these experiences, and kind of like a vagabond without a home. so, smoke was my ideal band."

i kind of expected it to sound more like smoke than it does.

"yeah, i did, too. but it's funny, 'cause to me, it sounds like smoke, 'cause i know what it sounded like before, before we did it with them. i think the thing that people don't understand is what great musicians those guys are. it's not like they had to make it their song, you know. like, some bands we play with, they can't adapt ­ it's gotta be their way, or it can't happen. but with them, it's not like that. they were really gracious and wanted to do the song in the way that the song was, even though i didn't care one way or the other. but in the end i was really glad. i wanted a little more benjamin in it, but that was a particular day, and it's hit or miss."

have you ever done a bunch of drugs?

"a bunch? (laughs) well, i've done my share, but it's relative, isn't it? for me, uh, no, probably not as much as i could. (laughs) my issue with drugs now is, you don't know what you're getting ever, and the best things that are natural and organic aren't available. it's a drag."

do you think they should be legalized?

"oh, i definitely think they should legalize pot. and i think they should legalize opiates in general that come from a natural form. i don't think they should legalize coke. or heroin. i just think they're evil. i think cocaine, well, it's a drug of privilege, for one thing, but i don't know, for some reason, i draw the line, as far as legalization goes, at that. i don't know why. it might be some weird thing in my own psyche about what i think is a good drug, and what isn't a good drug. but i think they should legalize pot. i really do. i think it's really stupid that they haven't. and hash, and probably opium in it's purest form. it's just, all these things when they start boiling stuff down, and changing it, and doing this and that, and it takes time, and they make a lot of money off it, something's wrong with that, to me."

if pot was legal, don't you think it would be totally regulated by the government, and diluted, and additives put into it?

"not if you grew it at your own home, though. i mean, that's an issue. if they legalize it, does it become another tobacco industry? which is complete bullshit, we all know. and if that was gonna happen, i would be against it. i almost think, legalize it, but don't make it something that's allowed to be sold, as far as big corporations go. make it something that you can grow in your backyard. i don't know. put something in [the law] to keep it from becoming a corporate international company."

that's kind of hard to do if something's legal. if it's legal, shouldn't anyone be allowed to buy or sell it?

"yeah, but 'exxon marijuana'?"

but who's to say they shouldn't be allowed to sell it if they want, if it's legal?

"i don't know. these are good questions. that's probably why i'm not on the city council or anything."

what inspired 'scooter boys'?

"well, it's sort of a personal song that turned into a political song, you know. imperialism, and such we did a lot of stuff in the last couple of years on indigenous rights, in north america, and in mexico i think a lot ofpeople in the us don't think about the fact that central and south america having similar situations with colonialism, etc. you may be a spanish-speaking south american person, but you could be someone who is a colonizer just as easily as, you know, in north america, we, the white people, are colonizers. so it's kind of like the same dynamics, almost down there. it's interesting to recognize the patterns, because it presents itself to you, i think, when you're becoming politicized you recognize what's driving them is greed. and money. and the power structure of corporations is what's driving them at this point. and so, i think in that song i was trying to say, look, i'm a person from a blue blood, i come from privilege, and i'm just as bad as the next person. i reap the benefits of what we've done to these people"

but you feel guilty about it?

"i don't feel guilty. i feel like it's a fact that i have a legacy of destruction in my bloodline, basically. but it doesn't mean that you have to continue it. i mean, we've benefited from it. we have all these resources at our fingertips, and we have wealth and shelter and food and everything you can imagine, and it's like, recognize that you're benefiting from something, but don't let it continue, i think is what i'm saying. i think the song is really attacking the idea of the raping of the land for resources. stealing from the best. we all think we're the wisest and the best, and that the corporations and the profits and all this stuff is progress, that it's the best way to go, but it's not, necessarily. there's a lot to be said for the things we leave behind, and the things that we don't understand anymore in our traditions."

have you ever thought of running for any sort of public office?

"emily talks about it, but i don't know. part of me feels like working within that system would be good, and part of me feels like i'm better off organizing on a different level. and lobbying the people that are on the council and stuff, instead of actually being one of them. but politics is very important to me. but the political structure is probably not one that i'd be very good at, 'cause i'm sort of anti-authority, and i have a problem with rules, and i think i might work best outside of that. but i'm gonna stay involved. i mean, i'm only gonna get more involved as time goes on, i'm sure... we'll just vote for emily!"

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 21:47:59 -0400
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well, i'm now in my 7th (and final!!!!!) year prostrate to the higher mind
and i still love the line. soon i, too, shall be free!

peter a. barta
bartap@law.georgetown.edu

"whoever rescues a single soul from the children of man, scripture credits
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..."
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 18:54:44 -00700
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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 21:54:28 edt
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in a message dated 98-10-01 04:41:35 edt, starr@netvision.net.il writes:

<< well, looks like there're only two left!
i thought i'd share them with you, in case y'all were interested:

10/01/98 - houston tx     billy blues
10/05/98 - new york, ny   shine >>

does anybody know if they are playing in providence ri this weekend (sunday to
be exact) ???  ok sorry, i am a little frustrated because a week or so ago
someone posted that he was playing in ri this sunday. its not up on his
columbia website, so i emailed his website and they told me thats correct he
is playing, but htey dont know where and told me to check columbia. i am
starting to get aggrevated cause me and like 10 other people want to go (lots
of lift fans here in good ol ri) so i am trying to find out what the deal is.
if anyone knows please let me know.  sorry to waste bw yall

peace
sasha

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 22:49:02 -0600
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during the last concert tour, i boght a shirt. it's black waffle knie with
the words indigo girls surrounding a silver fish with an orahge snow flake
over it. all of this is on the upper chest. does anyone have a clue what
thisimage represents/corrasponds to?

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date:         thu, 1 oct 1998 21:30:56 pdt
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s***!!!!!!!!
ok this is the last straw! i hate hotmail! i hate it hate it hate it!!!
*stomping my foot* i love this address and i don't want to get rid of it
but i simply will not stand for all my mail leaving my inbox and all my
folders every 2 weeks and then coming back the next day all jumbled! i
don't even know how many i got done with :**(
i guess i have to get a different addy for the list :(
*going to bed before i scream and kick things*

*hugs*

lamia


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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 02:26:55 -0400
reply-to:     alisa greenberg <agreenb1@swarthmore.edu>
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from:         alisa greenberg <agreenb1@swarthmore.edu>
subject:      nigc-good and rare folk albums
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hi again, all.

i am  now the folk director at my college radio station and have to spend a
third of my record budget within a week.  our big policy is that we play
stuff that is not heard on other stations...

so, any suggestions out there?  i am probably going into town sat or sunday
to buy some cds, so if anyone knows of a great folk album that would be a
superb addition to our little station, please email me privately.

thank you thank you thank you.
alisa

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 09:20:03 +0100
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hi folks... just returned from a night out... one of my friends
said she heard a rumour that the girls were playing in glasgow (scotland)?
was she just taking the piss out of poor little drunken me?

sharon

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hi everyone!

just wanted to let you know that the first stop of spitfire tour in clemson
last night went *very* well.  as far as i could see, there were no protests.
there were police, and a few news crews, but we saw no protesters.  and there
were no disruptions, etc., during amy's talk, or any of the other ones.
everyone listened quietly and was very supportive, i believe.    i think it
was *very* impressive to see this one lone woman stand up in front of
thousands of people (possibly hostile) and be as open and honest as she was
about her feelings.

amy talked for about 15-20 minutes on the high school cancellations, emily and
her's reactions, and their actions, and then was followed up by tracy conaty
(of the ngltf).    after tracy was done speaking, amy came back up and played
"go", and spoke of how she finished it after the high school show
cancellations.   the line about "kids can stand the rain" was written after
she looked out and saw all these kids standing in the rain, waiting to get in
to the rescheduled columbia show.

after the main talk, the speakers broke up into individual question & answer
sessions.   amy answered questions for about 75 minutes, covering everything
from the importance of coming out to the fact that they *are* planning on
another high school tour next touring season, on a bigger scale.   it went
very well - she looked relaxed, and very happy with the audience
participation.   afterwards, amy signed autographs, and talked individually to
a lot of the participants.

hopefully someone will post more details, but i had very little sleep, and
just wanted to get something out to everyone about the *protest that
(apparently) didn't happen*!

=)
lisa

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hi,
sorry to post this nonsense to the list, but would everyone who
contacted me at this addy "efbean@erols.com" in the last 3 days, please
resend that mail to bean@neu.edu?  i can no longer receive/gain access
to mail that was sent to efbean@erols.com (my home), but can get it here
at work. thanks, and i apologize for the nigc.
elaine

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hi ya'll sorry once again for the cross-post!! i was wondering, do any
of ya'll know anything about the club/whatever called newby's in memphis
tn?? sister 7 is going to be there the 8th and since it's only about 3
hours away i'd love to go but i'm only 17 and i'm wondering if anyone
knows:
#1. whereabouts this is in memphis? we haven't been up there since the
indigo girls show at mud island (97) and we really don't know our way
around!

#2. do they have all ages shows? and anyone happen to know if they have
a website/phone#/something where i can get in touch with them>??
thanks!!

*hugs*

lamia

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are the ones that can swallow you whole.
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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 13:58:36 -0400
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hey all...i was at the clemson show last night too...it was so wonderful!
if anyone has a chance to go to one, do it! its too great to pass up. we
drove 5 hours to see it, didnt get home till 4:30am, but it was worth it!
i took a tape recorder and will eventually post amy's speech. so ill let
you all know when that is available.
there were no protester there, kinda dissapoiting.
no free tosters either, although tracey conaty, from ngltf, had a sign up
sheet if anyone wanted to become gay! (as a joke of course in response to
the articles!)
--sarah

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   #    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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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 11:29:11 pdt
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on amy's high high girly voice, shelley said:

>...she does something similar on one of
>her new songs...faye tucker, i think...when i heard a tape, i swore it
>must be emily, but i'd seen it with my own eyes...

yeah, that's it.  thanks shel dear.  it was during faye tucker that she
was singing so high that i had to ask lisa if it was really amy we were
hearing.  if i remember right...: she launches into the line: "i thought
i heard the angels' bells, but they were just the hounds of hell," over
and over, very foreboding, very eerie.  she grows increasingly louder,
there's palpable apprehension in the air. the whole place goes dead
quiet. then out of nowhere comes this very high, very soft and breathy
guttural tone that swoops and crescendoes into the most fantastically
dreamy-soft soprano vowel that sponges at your ears.  i don't recall it
being an actual word or phrase, just this fuzzy, muted ethereal tone
that swallowed us, hypnotized us.  the entire audience stood transfixed.
gave me the shivers.  absolutely amazing.

jill

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from:         cimarron spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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tara lane wrote:
>on amy's new song that goes, "i can get the girls, but the boys just
>laugh":  anyone care to comment on the lyrics to this song?  i guess
>even when you reject a gender/lifestyle, it still hurts to be made fun
>of.
>why would she care about people that would be so stupid
>as to laugh at her?

just personal experience here... the boys always always laughed at me.
something just did not click between me and the boys.  i mean, i figured
i liked them... they just never liked me.  it was never quite right.  i
was always searching for mr. right, and then one day happened upon ms.
perfect.  i remember reading that ellen degeneres said that she's a
lesbian because she hadn't yet met a man who proved her otherwise...  i
think that's how a lot of women-identified women i know are.  maybe amy
included.  who knows.  who cares.
does this make any sense?
can somebody transcribe the rest of amy's lyrics so i can hear how the
rest of the song goes?

squeee!
jill

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i want to become gay! can somebody please send me the instructions!! ;)
hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

peace, laura


>although tracey conaty, from ngltf, had a sign up
>sheet if anyone wanted to become gay! (as a joke of course in response to
>the articles!)
>--sarah
>
>
>
>___________________________________________________________________________
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>
>  a&e  "i will walk down the street. i will hold my head high. i will say
>   #    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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>does anybody know if they are playing in providence ri this weekend
(sunday to
>be exact) ???  ok sorry, i am a little frustrated because a week or so ago
>someone posted that he was playing in ri this sunday. its not up on his
>columbia website, so i emailed his website and they told me thats correct he
>is playing, but htey dont know where and told me to check columbia. i am
>starting to get aggrevated cause me and like 10 other people want to go (lots
>of lift fans here in good ol ri) so i am trying to find out what the deal is.

i'm not 100% sure, but acc. to the latest itinerary i have the providence
show has been cancelled.
here is what remains.
10/2  dallas, tx  club clearview(2803 main st.)  shawn at 10:45p doors 9pm

10/3 hartford, ct  meadows music theatre  2nd stage shawn 5:50pm
                                                main stage shawn acoustic 2 songs 7:30p

10/5 new york, ny  shine(285 w. broadway)  shawn 9:15p  doors 8:45p meet
and greet after show

shawn does some stuff for mtv on the 6th, but i don't know if it's live
stuff or if it airs later, probably the latter (including '120 minutes'
interview; artist cut;  buzzworthy byte)

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 16:35:57 -0400
reply-to:     "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
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from:         "peter a. barta" <bartap@bulldog.georgetown.edu>
subject:      re: recruitment???
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on thu, 1 oct 1998, elaine bean wrote:

> "queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"
> " it states.
>
> will they be offering toaster ovens to clinch the deal?  who could
> possibly resist.
>
> elaine

listening to the indigo girls and subscribing to this list have made me a
lesbian. anyone want to take credit toward their toasters?


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him as if he had saved a whole universe."
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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..."
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looking for sarah <sanawike@aol.com>...i tried to e-mail you, but it got
bounced back to me.  please e-mail me at this address.  thanks, shelley

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hi y'all!

i'm new to the list. thought a little roll call would be fun. i'll
start.

i'm brenda from las vegas, nevada (hi shruz!!)
i love the indigo girls. been listening for about 3 years now.

love,
bren (passing the hot potato on to the next player  ;)

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from:         monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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aaack! please don't do this again, we just had one of those recently and
there's been way too much nigc lately. if you'd like to say hi to brenda,
please send her private email.

thanks,

monique

brenda keely wrote:

> hi y'all!
>
> i'm new to the list. thought a little roll call would be fun. i'll
> start.
>
> i'm brenda from las vegas, nevada (hi shruz!!)
> i love the indigo girls. been listening for about 3 years now.
>
> love,
> bren (passing the hot potato on to the next player  ;)
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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 20:46:13 edt
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ok, ya'll. so, i'm out shopping at a local mall and i walk into a store and as
i am looking around, i pick up on a familiar tune. i listen closely and whose
sweet voice do i hear singing, but emily's! they were playing "mystery" in the
store. i got so excited i started hitting my girlfriend in the arm to get her
attention (she was in a daze). i walked around singing until the song ended
and then left. that was my exciting ig moment for the day. brought an indigo
smile to my face =)

jessie
=)

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reply-to:     opihf@aol.com
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hey girl...i do want to connect with a ca listmeet or whatever(even if i'm the
oldster).  i've been trying to email you, but it keeps saying you don't exist.
what's up???

alison

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 18:03:46 pdt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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dear intimate strangers,
re: underwear-i wear brassieres, but it doesn't mean i like to wear
them; i'd rather not draw attention to myself that way.
re: list address on t-shirts.  well, since i am a new listee, and like
subscribing (despite the high volume nigc), i would like to have the
address on the shirt--i agree with a previous post, it would be a way to
introduce other ig fans to its existence.
thank you to tanya for that amy interview post on her view on drugs, i
learned more about ig since i am a newbie.
thank you to lisa for the spitfire report.  amy is so vocal about her
beliefs and being involved with politics.  i vote, but it is mostly like
choosing the lesser of two evils sometimes.
yesterday, i got a poster i blew up from a picture i took at the chicago
suffragette sessions #2 on august 26.  now it is hanging, framed, over
my fireplace in my bedroom.  it was quite a thrill getting out a "hammer
and a nail" to post the girls where i could see, and listen to them on
my cheap cd player and stereo.  while i can picture totally being a
teenybopper again, and setting up a shrine to ig(i'm 27), i would rather
it be something of a symbol of a respect i have for amy and emily and
what they stand for.  it is hard to sum up in words what their songs
have meant to me, but they have taught me to believe in myself, to not
be afraid to take a stand, and to love life freely and passionately.
they both acknowledge god and spirituality as an important part of their
lives, and i love it how they perform well live!  which, for some
musicians, is an exception rather than the rule.
small trivia question:(sorry if this has been talked about before.) what
is your favorite side of 1200 curfews?  i got the cassette tapes, and i
have to say that side 2 is mine.  for those of you with cds, the sides
are:
1) joking through pushing the needle
2)virginia woolf through dead man's hill
3)i don't wanna know through bury my heart
4)back together again through this train revised.
hugs and smiles, diane - who at the moment loves listening to 'caramia'
and its orchestration.

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 21:10:16 +0100
reply-to:     rich benson <ndgoguy@gte.net>
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subject:      re: ig shorts
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>ok, if you all are serious about the shorts thing, i'm in.  now....boxers
>or briefs.  this really doesn't matter to me since i usually go free (al
>naturale), but have been known on occasion to wear both.  how about rich
>and >justin?  where do you stand?  either one of you want to organize the
>men's ig
>campaign for clothing???


briefs when running or at the gym.  boxers or boxer briefs the rest of the
time.  i'm sure everyone's life is now complete.


so what is this?  is somebody really gonna make list boxers?  that'd be
cool...to paraphrase brooke, "nothing comes between me and my ig..."

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 18:30:25 -0700
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alison vickery wrote:
>
> hey girl...i do want to connect with a ca listmeet or whatever(even if i'm the
> oldster).  i've been trying to email you, but it keeps saying you don't exist.
> what's up???
>

actually, ditto here.  i've been trying to send you a message....
get in touch, kay?!!

michal

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date:         fri, 2 oct 1998 21:56:38 -0400
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hey all.
anyone have decent quality boots from the ss tour?
specifically...cleveland, detroit, minneapolis, milwaukee and/or philly.

have lots to trade!

also, if anyone has pics/boots/anything of thalia zedek, email me.
thanks.
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well gang, late last night i finished another quite square for the names
project.  this one is beautiful.  i measure these projects by how many
boxes of kleenex i use to keep back the tears.  this quilt was 3 boxes
worth.

but, here is where you all fit in.  i have officially begun to put
together my honors thesis.  i am going to look at the rhetoric of pwa and
the aids movement.  specifically, i'm looking at how (in the face of such
tragedy) individuals are offered up as aids celebrities.  i feel that
these celebrities (ryan white, magic, fred mercury, rock hudson,
etc......even liz taylor and elton john in their own special capacities)
do a grave disservice to people with aids and the cause....for while they
attract attention and publicity, they also diminish the experiences of
others.  they allow themselves to be portrayed in a certain light in the
media:  fighting, resisting, being strong, always happy, always
beautiful, always in the best hospitals with the best drugs, always with
friends surrounding them.....but all media reports still show them
healthy.  i feel that it doesn't show the times when things get rough and
thereby de-legitimizes the experiences of those at the end of their
battles.  aids celebrities have constructed an altered view of what aids
is, to the point that it no longer reflects the physical realities of the
disease.  in the end, i want to deconstruct the image of a glamorized
aids movement that has arisen in the last 7-10 years.  aids isn't red
ribbons, aids isn't a rock benefit concert, aids isn't a fashion show.
aids is a struggle between life and death which millions worldwide loose
every single year.  barbara bush doesn't come to their funerals.  elton
john doesn't write them songs.  michael jackson doesn't give them cars
(all of these were true for ryan white).

now, i'd like to hear from any list members who would like to give input.
who might you consider aids celebrities (these can be either people with
aids or those not infected but work on "behalf" of those infected)?  any
input (positive or negative) would be appreciated.

thanks,
l'sly

lance s. longwell
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boulder, colorado usa

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peter said:
>listening to the indigo girls and subscribing to this list have made me
a
>lesbian.

hey!  another one!
however, indigohio's own don richards (drum roll, please) holds the
original title of honorary lesbian.  :)

let's hear it for bearded dykes...
jill

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peter a. barta wrote:

> on thu, 1 oct 1998, elaine bean wrote:
>
> > "queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"
> > " it states.
> >
> > will they be offering toaster ovens to clinch the deal?  who could
> > possibly resist.
> >
> > elaine
>
> listening to the indigo girls and subscribing to this list have made
> me a
> lesbian. anyone want to take credit toward their toasters?
>

you mean ellen had nothing to do with it peter?ann

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hmmm.....tina crapsi once called me "a lesbian trapped in a man's body"....and
i tend to wear boots, jeans, t-shirts, and flannels.....where do i sign up????

tim

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 00:13:31 -0600
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>hmmm.....tina crapsi once called me "a lesbian trapped in a man's body"....and
>i tend to wear boots, jeans, t-shirts, and flannels.....where do i sign up????
>
>tim

ha!  that's nothing.  my car says "dyke power" on the back, and i don't
even shave my armpits.  yep.  and and and, when a girl walks by,
particularly an attractive one, i tend to say things like "yowza" or "oh,
mama", or sometimes even "i'd buy that for a dollar".

did i mention i play a mean game of softball?  plus, if a guy tries to open
a door for me, i give him a stern talking-to about patriarchal oppression.

so when you find out where to sign up, let me know.

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help, i deleted the aids posting, can someone mail it to me?

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oh, those damn fundamentalists and their damn blind hatred...

>"queer rights is their goal, and recruiting is their game plan,"

absolutely.  they've just *now* figured this out?  man, they've been
recruiting for *decades*.  the entire moral degeneration of society?...
it's them queers!  they sucked *me* in, man, with their agenda.  what
could i do?  i was helpless.  powerless, man, i tell ya, powerless.
they pinned me to the ground and wrapped me in a rainbow flag, all the
while holding an upside-down cross over me, burning candles, and
chanting evilly, "10% is not enough/ recruit, recruit/ none of this
hetero fluff/ recruit, recruit/ we're coming for your children, mom/
recruit, recruit/ we won't stop until we're number 1/ recruit, recruit."
then they thwacked me over the head with candace gingrich's hardback,
_accidental activist_, and everthing went fuzzy.  i saw myself standing
in a long long tunnel, at the end of which was an amazingly beautiful
light.  i walked into the light... and there, *there* was ellen, most
holy one.  she smiled down upon me (she was wearing one of them cute
little retro v-neck sweaters she has) and handed me my official toaster
oven.  sitteth at her right hand was k.d. the mother, who gave me my
identification tag and membership papers for queer nation...  when i
finally came to, my head had been shaved, a labyris tattooed on my
bicep, and all my old clothes had been replaced by the uniform
(workboots, jeans, flannel).  i don't know how long i was passed out,
but my leg hair had grown exponentially (i was given specific
instructions *not* to attempt to remove it in any way).
long story short, now i spend my days on the job (gym teacher... they
arranged the position for me, with their secret network of gay people
waiting to destroy society's morals).  in my spare time, i drink a wide
variety of herbal teas and talk to my 7 cats and 13 houseplants.  of
course i am not in a relationship; being that i am a homosexual, i am
completely incapable of true love as well as a monogamous relationship.
on saturday nights, i drive my sport utility vehicle into the seedy
underbelly of the city, where all the gay bars are (all homosexuals go
to bars, primarily to get sex and to drown the sorrows that come after a
day of knowing what sick and twisted perverts we are).  i don't have to
worry about getting up early sunday morning, i don't go to church... god
hates fags, you know (that's why we all practice witchcraft instead.)
i hang out anywhere i can find new recruits:  womyn's festivals, now
meetings, indigo girls concerts...  it's a full-time job, this societal
degeneration stuff, but somebody's gotta lead this country into sin.

jill

p.s.:
>ray...changed her topic to gay rights when she learned that
>the...stop would be in south carolina
have i told you lately how hard amy ray kicks my ass?

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jeez, amy just blew me away when i first saw her....and she still does....

i can't be the only guy similarly afflicted......

can i ?????

funniest thing was when my friend lea and i were playing in a coffeehouse and
we covered "wood song" and afterward had a playful argument over which one of
us was amy.....i was the one singing the harmony part, dammit.....

tim

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hey y'all!

yesterday after japanese class, this dorkish guy was like "i need to start
listening to motzart while i study japanese so i can bring my scores up.
listening to motzart makes you more intelligent."  i guess he claims that
has been scientificaly proven, and i do actually believe that i did hear
it somewhere.  but i quickly turned around and said "listening to the
indigo girls also makes you more intelligent."  my japanese professor
quickly chimed in and we were both going at it saying things like "you
have to figure out what the hell they're talking about to fully
understand a song,"  "they use words that you sometimes have to look up,
so they add to your vocabulary," "you have to be able to grasp a lot of
symbolism," "you understand more about social issues and social causes."
etc. etc.

but i think that sensei (my japanese professor) and i might have really
been on to something.  i mean, listening to songs like "let's get drunk
and screw" (sorry, after our ig discussion, we started discussing that
particular song) probably won't raise your intelligence level a whole lot,
because there are no words over two syllibuls, and the music itself is not
complicated.  but the indigo girls...i dunno.  what do y'all think?  do
you think that listening to music like the indigo girls, and similar
artists can actually raise your intelligence level?

love,
karen :-)

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lance-
there are many parallels that you could draw from the way disability in
general is portrayed in our media (you know how "couregeous" christopher
reeve is, how travis roy really has no life since his hockey accident, and
how every person with muscular dystrophy is a "jerry's kid." that have being
said, travis roy and chris reeve are tremendous human beings, who are pretty
cool individuals when i have met them, but just for point of popularity of
the names) so i can totally see where yor paper would be very related to the
disability rights struggle, a few boooks i can suggest are "body, remember"
a autobiography by kenny fries, "no pity" by joe shapiro , which provides a
great basis of history of the civil rights history of people with
disabilities, (one could make a great analogy between adapt, a group that
works for independent living and actup)

not seeing the igc except, well, i am sure they'd want you to have some
education on issues you do not know about.

mike r.

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karen wrote:

> i mean, listening to songs like "let's get drunk
>  and screw" (sorry, after our ig discussion, we started discussing that
>  particular song) probably won't raise your intelligence level a whole lot,
>  because there are no words over two syllibuls, and the music itself is not
>  complicated.  but the indigo girls...i dunno.  what do y'all think?  do
>  you think that listening to music like the indigo girls, and similar
>  artists can actually raise your intelligence level?

i think listening to intelligent artists stimulates you to use the
intelligence you have and spurs growth through the introduction of new ideas,
but you wouldn't be drawn to those particular artists lyrically if you didn't
have the intelligence to begin with....

in regard to buffett.....i'm sure he's regretted writing that ditty many
times.....the same as ray wiley hubbard with "up against the wall, redneck
mother".... both are capable of much better things.....

tim

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hi everyone!
i have to write a censorship paper for my english class. while the
suggested topics are general (books, newspaper, etc) i want to take
a specific instance about something i feel strongly about. i've
decided to take a look at the ig high school cancellations from
last spring. i was wondering if anyone saved any of the posts with
articles, statements from amy or emily, or anything that could help
explain why this is censorship. i saved some but somehow i've lost
them. let me know if you can help! thank you a thousand times over!
take care,
becky :o)

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"in regard to buffett.....i'm sure he's regretted writing that ditty many
times.....the same as ray wiley hubbard with "up against the wall, redneck
mother".... both are capable of much better things.....
-tim"


most certainly!  jimmy buffet is a great writer and performer.  "pirate looks
as forty" and "the bear" <--a way cool song, tribute to an old folk musician.

i haven't heard that one song by the girls (emily's song i think?).  but, it's
a little dirty ditty about a guy wanting to sleep with emily, a guy she met at
a bar.  but, i imagine that it's probably just as silly....but most of their
songs are very stimulating.

which leads me to this:
exactly how many songs, of merit, can they write?  is there an end to this?  i
certainly hope not.  but, i think about it.  while i was cleaning yesterday, i
was listening to _back on the bus, y'all_ and noticed how their voices have
changed as they have grown older.  i thought about the future, another 20
years down the road, "am i still going to be there as a fan (25% turned on by
amy's presence, 25% turned on by emily's writing, and 50% turned on by their
collective emotional music) watching them, elderly, gray hair and all????"  i
say, "yes sir - ee - bob!"  i can see them as old lesbians, beautifully
swaying to their music, growing old together with their fans...kind of like
the grateful dead.  or will emily call it quits and run for office?  i think
about this constantly, ya know.  the future, that is.  what kind of music will
they be into then?  anyone heard of filk music?  i'm rambleling now.  oh well.
i got to go and buy some more guitar strings.  i break them way too much.  10
bucks down the drain everytime....it's worth it...cheap therapy.
-chee

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ok, so i read the awesome post from karen i think it was, and i came
across "labyris". now, is this the tatoo that the beautiful gina gershon
had on her arm in bound? and is it a lesbian symbol? i'm looking to get
another tatoo, either the lambda or maybe even this now, so any help would
be greatly appreciated!
thanks!
katy :)
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as to the roll call thing. i am missy 23 from ohio who likes the girls for
about four years now. my new list is called lebianreaders and to join go to
http://www.onelist.com and search the list for it. missy

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i started a list that i thought we could read a book a month and one person
each month that i chose from the list will pick the book and we will
discuss the book on the list. go to http://www.onelist.com to join the list
is called lesbianreaders. missy

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in a message dated 98-10-03 11:46:41 edt, you write:

<< ok, so i read the awesome post from karen [it was jilly] i think it was,
and i came
across "labyris". now, is this the tatoo that the beautiful gina gershon
had on her arm in bound? and is it a lesbian symbol? i'm looking to get
another tatoo, either the lambda or maybe even this now, so any help would
be greatly appreciated!
thanks!
katy :) >>

i'm posting this to all of y'all b/c i think it's important.  a labryis.
that's related to labyrinth, right?  a labyrinth would be a way cool tatoo.
it's an old, ancient old, symbol for the feministic creature that we all (men
too) have in our souls.  look up the history of crete to find more info.
anyway, you know about amy's song, "shed your skin" right?  it's about snakes.
i never really understood all of it, but i think about ani difranco whenever i
hear it b/c ani's into snakes.  why?  i think b/c (and this goes back to the
labyrinth / crete thing) snakes are a symbol of intelligence for the feminine
pschye.  yet another ani/amy story.
-chee

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<< in a message dated 98-10-03 09:57:38 edt, tim writes
(in response to karen's post ) :

<< in regard to buffett.....i'm sure he's regretted writing that ditty many
  times.....the same as ray wiley hubbard with "up against the wall, redneck
  mother".... both are capable of much better things.....
   >>

yes...but on the other had, even if these songs seem  lacking, one could
argue that they present a viable representation of certain aspects of
popular culture.
no ?

there is a theory that something about classical music increases
learning ability....didn't the governor of georgia want to give out
classical cd's to pregnant women ? this has more to do with the
compositions that lyric's though.

back in the  middle ages when they built the cathedrals they followed
some sort of mathematical formula .... on the presumtion that some
numbers have a 'sacred' resonance...this also applied to the corresponding
numerical values of musical notes present in early liturgical chants and
such...
i always thought it would be interesting to apply the 'formula' to popular
music
to see how it measures up in that respect.

:)
claire

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deb wrote:
<<frankly, when i listen to the pre-epic material, i have to say that
very few of you would swoon over amy's voice today if she hadn't smoked. :-)>>

then jeri wrote:
> > that is so true, although it is kinda like trading in something bad
> for a good result.  her voice is a lot sexier now that it is deeper,
> although who is to say maybe growing up helped.
> jeri

i just wanted to say that i disagree.  i am actually surprised at amy's
pre-epic voice.  i've always been impressed at how low and grovelly (sp?)
it was way back then when amy was but a young lass with many less
cigarettes (and their smoke) having passed by her vocal chords.  sure, it
seems to have gotten even more grovelly (beautiful term, huh?!  now, if
only i could spell it...), but i think it was quite impressive and
swoon-worthy even before the epic days.  again, that's just mho. :)

peace, melissa

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the illustrious jill wrote:
> that swallowed us, hypnotized us.  the entire audience stood transfixed.
> gave me the shivers.  absolutely amazing.


hey all,
        i'm not nearly as well-versed or knowledgeable about singing as
some of you seem to be on this list.  actually, i know nothing.  but,
still, i respond much the same way to faye tucker as you have described
above.  there's just something about that song that tugs at me in a way
no other amy song does.  many amy songs i listen to over and over and over
again because they're so haunting and beautiful and passionate (despite
the fact that i too often relate personally to them in no way whatsoever)
and am instead so very entranced by just the whole musical creation of
them. and then there's faye tucker which just kills me even more...(no pun
intended.) and, as much as i love and am sometimes pained (you know, that
good kind of pain...) by many of amy's songs (like cio, dgtgag, sys, bnf,
komh, ptntf, wf, etc.!) this one is that and *more*!

i have now had the extreme privilege of witnessing the performance of this
song *twice*.  beautifully first row center at boalsburg (7/10/98) and
crushingly @5th row right at cleveland sst (8/22/98).  oddly enough,
although i can sometimes be quite the tear-flowing queen and as much as i
am moved by amy's songs and performances of them, i have never literally
cried because of any musical performance, particularly not ig. however, on
both of those nights, i had extremely emotional responses.

normally, i sway (my upper body) or shake my head to those gut-wrenching
songs.  then, by the end of faye tucker at boalsburg i was so disturbed
(in a not-so-horrible kind of way, but still not "good") that i couldn't
hold myself up (more of an emotional thing, than physical) and so i bent
over and leaned against the railing for about 5 seconds or so.  (much to
my interest, my partner told me later after the concert that amy noticed
my movement and was looking at me [i think my partner said something like,
"her eyes were glued on you, and she didn't look away until you stood up
again"]  hmmmm... interesting...  however, that's not the important part
of this story...)

again, at cleveland i was so mangled by amy's performance of this song
that i actually did tear up.  nothing flowed, because my partner and i
have this thing about me crying.  (i always do, over the littlest things
and she kinda picks on me about it (in a very joking way), so i try not to
all the time, because i know i am such a sap!)  i don't know why this song
in particular gets to me this way, but it does.  i'm not questioning it,
though! :)  just sharing... :)  take care, y'all!

peace, melissa

ps-for some, my reactions may have seemed ho-hum. but for me, they
weren't.  trust me. :)

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

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as one is exposed to stimuii, ones dendrites, parts of (i think) neurons,
create new, richer branches. the more multi-layered interesting stimuli
that one is exposed to, the richer these branches grow. so, i'd say, yay,
listening to ig does make you   more intellegent. i just took a psych exam,
can you tell?

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this song has now been in my head....thanks to the thought about snakes and
the feminine psyche.  what do you y'all think about his song?  about someone
telling amy all about the religion of snake handleling or about taking control
of the religion of feminism?  what/who the heck is malagro?  sounds like a
musical term.


"115
you are 17
itchy trigger venomous
you're growing longer
you're growing stonger
you shed your skin baby
now shed this
come on over now
come on over baby
you tell me it's holy, holy
i don't know what it is
come on over now
come on over for me sometime
i don't know what it is
come on over now
hey holy console me some power controls me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it
i'm speaking in tongues handling you
i got religion now look at it
the days grow longer
as we (we, the collective feminine spirits) grow stonger
so shed your skin baby
let it rip
---chorus--
now tell me it's holy, holy
i don't know what that is
i want to call it fullness of time
but i don't know if it is
hey holy console me some power control me
remorse it i force it can't free it so be it
i got the hangman
i got milagro
i got the celebration too
the flesh is strong
my spirit's stronger
so shed your skin baby
let it through
come on over."
-a. ray

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in response to someone's comment about mozart, it is thought that listening to
mozart in particular does make you more intelligent, or at least increases
brain stimulation.  the book with this theory and stuff is called the mozart
effect.  the guy who wrote it came to speak at my school last year, but
unfortunately i couldn't get to see him, so unfortunately i don't know too
much about the mozart effect, but i will say that i agree that mozart can be
pretty damn stimulating (as can a lot of classical music and of course our
girls!!!)
--kate

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i knew what malagro meant once..... i think it has to do with religon-y
stuff. a prophet of some such wow, i hope i'm not talking out of my ass. i
read that amy says shed your skin is about her political evolution.

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hi y'all, i'm coming out of the dark caverns of lurkdom for a quick
question.  sorry for the waste of bandwidth, but can anyone from cleveland
or the surrounding areas please email me privately?  i'm considering
applying to grad school there and would like to hear some impressions of
cleveland from people who know best.

thanks,
veronica
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>i haven't heard that one song by the girls (emily's song i think?).
but, it's
>a little dirty ditty about a guy wanting to sleep with emily, a guy she
met at
>a bar.  but, i imagine that it's probably just as silly....

it's called i wanna be your lover, and it's on blue food (don't ask me
for a dub, my copy's kinda bad due to my vw's tape player. grrr).  amy
sings the part of the drunken, mono-syllabic neanderthal who wants to
bed fair maiden emily.  funny as hell.
it's *totally* a foil to their other material... however, in the intro
to the song, they say, "this.. this isn't serious.  this is putting down
the meat market.. that's not our style, not our outlook on life."  that
having been said, em laughs and says, "... this is a dirty, *dirty*
song!"

(question: does anyone know who "kim" is?... in the intro, em says,
"where's kim?...kim, this (song) is for you." not that it matters, just
one of those little things you always wonder...)

maybe if someone would get that mixtapechain thing going (?!?), i'd put
this ditty on my mix.....

jill

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yes, definitely...  how else would i have figured out what naricissus is?
well, okay, maybe the majority of the population knows that anyway, but i
didn't.  i also found a lot of other music helpful in the vocabulary
department.  for ex., i learned "sanguine" from type o negative and
"insatiable" from megadeth...  i'd definitely have to vote yes on this one; as
much as people stereotype some music, how many voc. words do you learn from
cheesy celine dion pop?  um...  none...

love,
alissa

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milagro means miracle......i read that somewhere....

i have always thought that this song was about spiritual growth....she might
be talking about her growth spiritually or politically over the years....i
don't know what she's comparing it too though--another person?  another
institution?  it seems like she's talking to someone...like she was once, at
one point in time, parellel or even to this other thing...but she's grown over
the years and now she's urging the other person or thing to grow too....saying
that this force (her or collective spirirts...) is getting stronger and that
this other person/thing/institution is going to have to change anyway, why
change and grow instead of resist?  shed your skin...let it rip...

when she says "i got religion...now look at this"....i don' t understand that
part...i always think of religion as constraining/limiting.....faithe as
freeing....so, hmmm...i don't know....it's like she's saying...yeah--i got
religion it's on the back burner somewhere back their....but  "look at
this"....and then the new thing is something better or more extensive or more
freeing....hmmm......

anybody else?

peace,
kara.

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>i'm speaking in tongues handling you
>i got religion now look at it
no, not literal religion... it's it's it's (i forget my terms) metaphor.
an extended one.  the speaking in tongues part could mean that it's
strange/different/difficult to handle (be near/metaphorically
"hold"/understand) her.  but amy's 'got religion now,' she's got the
strength to hold this chica/the understanding to bear her (or so she
thinks)....
somebody please jump in here and assist.

>the flesh is strong
>my spirit's stronger
>so shed your skin baby
>let it through
no, not snakes, but breaking out of your old skin/ the skin that holds
you in (hey, those sound like possible future song lyrics... michal? ya
think?).  it's all about the intangible/spiritual/emotional overcoming
the tangible (societal/physical/etc) restrictions...  i think.

jill

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i could dub that song for people ify'all want me to.

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i'm kim........  and she's very good.......

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hey, are you out there?  pls email me about your tapes.

jude :)

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 16:37:09 -0400
reply-to:     sweet melissa <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
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from:         sweet melissa <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
subject:      re: shed your skin
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hey,

i love your interpretation of this song, or at least just those few lines.
but, i just have to wonder about them, because, i know amy said that she
her song-writing at that time was very literal.  from the penn state
pre-show interview (4/15/97) she explains that the "115 you are 17" line
is not any sort of cryptic message, but talking about the number of
poisonous snakes in the us.  i really like your interpretation, so i want
to believe it, too...  but, i just wonder...

i don't mean to be a bee in your bonnet! :)

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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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 16:41:45 -0400
reply-to:     sweet melissa <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
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hey y'all,

speaking of this song...  can anyone post the lyrics?!  i can't seem to
find a copy of these anywhere and i don't have a boot of this song (yet!)
or else i'd transcribe them myself. :) thanks!!

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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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 16:51:39 -0400
reply-to:     sweet melissa <mmgst11+@pitt.edu>
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hello everyone,

i seem to be post happy today! :)  anyway, i was listening to my newport
'95 boot today and was reminded of one of my very favorite "cute ig
moments."  this could also be categorized as one of those "screw up"
moments.  anyway, at the beginning of "down by the river" amy sings,
"be on my side/ i'll be on your side, baby/ together we -aw fuck!"
instead of the "together we may get away" line, amy should have sang,
"their ain't no reason for you to hide," which she realized midway
throught the line.  if you listen to it (instead of just reading it),
however, it has a distinct (read:sexual overtone) ring to it that is quite
humorous...

also, a recently discovered misheard line from land of canaan:  i
always sang "i'm not your land of canaan, whenever you're under the sun,"
instead of "i'm not your land of canaan, waiting for you under the sun"

and lastly, from ghost, i always thought amy was singing in the
background, "oh eternal soul" instead of "don't tell a soul"  personally,
i think what i heard was pretty cool.  anyway...

take care y'all!  peace, melissa

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

-my life is more than a vision -emily saliers

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

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 17:35:04 -0400
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ok all..i have finally transcribed amy's speech..
you can see it here
http://www.unc.edu/~sbrady1/lecture.html
a couple of notes too
1)i know amy's stance on the legaliztion of marijuana has been discussed
recently, and at this lecture woody harrelson talked about this..and amy
didnt say anything, but i was watching her the whole time (obviously) and
just by her expressions and by her clapping at woody's points, it seemed
pretty apparent that she was in favor of legalization..
2)amy saw me w/my little tape recorder and didnt care, and not that it
directly corresponds w/her views on booting concerts..but i think she's
pretty laid back about it all.
k. hope you all enjoy the speech.  if anyone is going to the other shows,
i'd appreciate it if you did the same!
peace
sarah


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  a&e  "i will walk down the street. i will hold my head high. i will say
   #    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 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
/ 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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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 14:45:16 pdt
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hi everyone, it's debs here.

i'm depressed because i'm grounded again. but newayz, you all don't want
to hear about that.

i was wondering, did anyone see marilyn manson on politically incorrect
last night? he is so beautiful..ok ok i know i shouldn't talk aobut him
anymore, i've recieved enough threats from all of you , but this is
realted to the gilrs....

don't you think they should be on that show?! they might have good
things too say. and they never have lesbians on it!!

so let me know what you all think...we need some interesting convo on
this list! even the jewel list is more exciting right now.

debs

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 15:22:13 -0600
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i have read somewhere amy's comments on shed your skin.  i will now assume
the persona of amy and tell you what the song's about.

editor's note:  the facts upon which this next passage is based are
accurate.  i really did read amy saying something like this.  but it is not
verbatim.  furthermore, i am *not* amy ray.  this is *pretend*.

"um, yeah, hi, this is amy.  major shout-outs to justin for being so
stinkin' cool.  anyway, shed your skin is a song i wrote as an outgrowth of
my coming to terms with a particularly harrowing breakup, one which i
understand you people discuss extensively on this list.

"the song is basically directed to the "ex" in question.  i kind of found a
certain peace after the break-up by getting out and doing things, going
places, seeing people.  i, um, "shed my skin".  and so i'm writing this to
her, wanting her to find the same freedom i had found.  um, and
it's...about that."

wow!  being amy is fun!  you all should try it.

boldly channeling the spirits of living folks,
       j      u    s   t    i   n

p.s. -- "milagro" means miracle in spanish.

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 17:33:18 -0400
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at 02:40 pm 10/3/98 , melissa singhaus wrote:
>as to the roll call thing. i am missy 23 from ohio who likes the girls for
>about four years now. my new list is called lebianreaders and to join go to
>http://www.onelist.com and search the list for it. missy

those interested in more established mailing lists can look into bookwoman
<http://www.teleport.com/~dorsieh/info.bookwoman.html> or fictions:

>a new virtual book discussion group for lesbians and bi women.  for more
>information on the list as well as instructions for how to join, please
>send email to:  majordomo@queernet.org  and in the body type:  info fictions

there's a great list of lesbian mailing lists at
<http://www.lesbian.org/lesbian-lists/index.html>.

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 18:37:47 edt
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someone (i forgot my attruibution...oopps)  wrote:

in regard to buffett.....i'm sure he's regretted writing that ditty many
times.....the same as ray wiley hubbard with "up against the wall, redneck
mother".... both are capable of much better things.....

as someone else mentioned, the famous early indigo song, "i don't know your
name" pretty much fits in here.  lines like, "we don't do much talking, but
love makes sounds..."  are not necessarily _intellectually_ stimulating!

also, just to point out that a labrys is an ancient two sided axe, and i don't
think it is related to a labyrinth in any way.  it is a symbol used by
lesbians and also a pagan symbol.

my 2 cents,
alison
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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 18:53:09 -0400
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at 11:44 am 10/3/98 , chee hill wrote:
>exactly how many songs, of merit, can they write?  is there an end to this?  i
>certainly hope not.  but, i think about it.  while i was cleaning yesterday, i
>was listening to _back on the bus, y'all_ and noticed how their voices have
>changed as they have grown older.  i thought about the future, another 20
>years down the road, "am i still going to be there as a fan (25% turned on by
>amy's presence, 25% turned on by emily's writing, and 50% turned on by their
>collective emotional music) watching them, elderly, gray hair and all????"  i
>say, "yes sir - ee - bob!"  i can see them as old lesbians, beautifully
>swaying to their music, growing old together with their fans...kind of like
>the grateful dead.

there are certainly precedents for this, including some ig idols (patti
smith, bob dylan, neil young, joni mitchell, joan baez).  i've often said
that while i don't want to consider an end to it, if it ever came, i have
more than enough outstanding ig material to keep me happy for the rest of
my days.  the rest is icing on the cake!

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 16:32:08 pdt
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wowie!  i posted and no one yelled at me!  that is cool.  newayz, i just
wanted to say something on the smart subject.  listening to the indigo
girls kinda has made me smarter.  so far i am doing good in school.
last year, b4 i listened to the indigo girls, i was doing yucky in
school.  now i am doing good.  so maybe the indigo girls have made me
smarter!

debs

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 20:48:09 edt
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hey y'all--
  here's a place were you can buy labrys charms, but also shows a good pic of
what a labrys is...which i didn't know until discussion of it came up on the
group...
<a href="http://www.wereeverywhere.com/html/labrys.html">click here:
labrys.html at www.wereeverywhere.com</a>
lauren

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 21:25:53 edt
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howdy folks

i jest want to share with ya how much smarter i been gittin since i started
listenin to them indigo girls  i are real smart now  and i listen to that
motzart fella two a lot  i guess i am just one smart cookie  lemme tell ya
well i guess that is 'bout alls i got to say today
hope all y'all havin a great one

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 21:28:06 -0700
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ever since i started listening to them i found myself more in touch with my
emotions which in turn made me smarter. made me not afaird to face my fears
and let people know i am smart instead of dumb like i had been for years. i
let them know the tough me is really not tough, but a person afaird to face
her fears. missy

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 18:33:52 pdt
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i wanted to say bye to everyone on the list.  some of you have
been real nice and some not as nice to me.  i know you all think
i'm weird because i like marilyn and nin, but newayz, i like the
indigos too, because they are kewl.  b4 i got on this list, i
hardley knew a thing about them but now i know they're lesbians
and they're proud of it. and they have tought me a lot of things.
thanks to the ones of you who were nice to me, but my mom is taking
away my computer priveledges now so i'll have to sign off.
newayz, maybe it'll be okay and i'll see you all again sometime.

debs

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does anyone have a boot from the mwmf.  don't know if this was posted, i just
got my computer hooked back up since the festival.  i would be eternally
grateful if someone booted this and would be willing to help me out.
peace -- trish

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 21:46:50 edt
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does anyone know how many copies of "club r&r & epic records present an
acoustic evening with the allman brothers band & the indigo girls" were
pressed?

thanks!
dee (who's posting an awful lot lately!)

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 21:55:44 -0700
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who care if they smoke. i have smoked in the past and right now my nerves
want one so bad that it is hard to say no. i go to college next year and do
not care if i room with smokers. i figure i rather have people my age and
who are not afaird of gays then to have a non smoking room. it would drive
me nuts. missy

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 23:12:35 edt
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hi everyone
                so who watches ally mcbeal?  i know a bunch who think it's a
set back on feminism, but i personally don't take it seriously and find it
funny as hell.  anyway, this woman who sings in the bar on that show came here
tonight for a benefit for the house of ruth (a center for battered women.)  my
friend and i were on the lawn since that's all our little student saleries
could afford and this nice man came up to us and gave us his tickets because
he had gotten even better seats.  then we saw 2 empty seats up in the 100
dollar section and moved up again!  it was an awesome concert, vonda has an
amazing voice!

okay so afterwards, we went to the side gates and asked if we could get
vonda's autograph.  they told us to wait in front of this other gate and i
told my friend (who is tolorant of the indigo girls, but doesn't listen
ritualisticly)  the story i had learned from this list about how amy wrote "i
know the kids can stand the rain" and about the irmo cancellation.  then teh
woman came up to us and is like, "i'm not supposed to do this but i want to
get you kids out of the rain."  so we got to go on backstage, on stage, and
meet all the guitarists (this one, val plays a solo at the end of every ally
episode) and vonda.  it was pretty cool.  everyone was so sweet to us and the
house of ruth made a ton of money.  it was a wonderful evening.

sorry for all the nigc, i just wanted to share :  )

rae
"i stood without clothes danced in the sand i was aching with freedom kissing
the damned"

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date:         sat, 3 oct 1998 23:14:29 -0400
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hey all,
      just thought you might like this cheerful story. i go to the
university of maine at farmington, a place that has become known as the gay
campus of the u maine system...this started not too long after i joined the
gay/les/bi/straight/trans/questioning (phew!) alliance, though i doubt i
had much to do with this reputation...
  anyway, what with all this mention of gay friendly campuses and gay
rights and rainbow flags and such, i had to share that the school just
ordered and put up a rainbow flag over our student center where all of the
international flags are, to help prove how diverse our campus is. about
time, i say!  they also just formed a diversity committee and task force
and i have a feeling that our gay/les etc. group will be invited to come
help out...
   peace,
         sharoane

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date:         sun, 4 oct 1998 00:03:08 edt
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subject:      re: amy's voice
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hi everyone..

just a quick thought... as for amy's voice, the term that comes to mind is
"honey on sandpaper." a friend of mind coined that for m. etheridge, but amy
voice fits just fine with that description. hummm... maybe jack daniels over
sandpaper.. that might work too..

peace! indigo! etheridge!
kathleen

mmgst11+@pitt.edu writes:

<< i've always been impressed at how low and grovelly (sp?)
it was way back then when amy was but a young lass with many less
cigarettes (and their smoke) having passed by her vocal chords.  sure, it
seems to have gotten even more grovelly (beautiful term, huh?!  now, if
only i could spell it...) >>

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indigo head wrote:
>
but the indigo girls...i dunno.  what do y'all think?  do
> you think that listening to music like the indigo girls, and similar
> artists can actually raise your intelligence level?


well, first of all, i think there's a prerequisite with ig, which is:
paying attention to lyrics.

i mean, it's pretty damn obvious from our discussions that all of us do
(yeah, so, like, does anyone know what the third word in the second
verse of that new amy song entitled "yadda yadda yadda" is?  i thought
it was "endometrionic", but then i figured that didn't make sense
contextually, tho' i could be wrong about that if she meant it
metaphorically and not literally... but i actually like my interp. of
the song, even if it's not what she meant, and really it's not what she
meant but what i get out of it that's important, and.... oh well, i'd
better get back to the point of my post... which is:

on the assumption that people *do* pay attention to lyrics, i wouldn't
say that ig lyrics make people more "intelligent."  i think they do two
things:  they make people more *informed* possibly, and the most
important thing they do is cause people to *think*.  because they are
*intelligent lyrics* - lyrics that are a product of deep thought on the
part of the writers.  you can have really intelligent people who don't
think about anything.. just kinda float along not really making
decisions etc., and you can have people who take longer to figure out
mathematical problems or write essays, but who do sit there and try to
figure out what it's all about and how to make life meaningful and
happy, etc.  i think that's what ig lyrics do to you.  like ani writes
in "asking too much":
i want someone who'll put it all to words and go,
y'know, i never heard it put that way.
make me go, *what did you just say?*

anyhow, that's what ig lyrics do for me. and that's why intelligent
lyrics are a requirement for any music i listen to, and i don't really
care how beautiful the voice is, or the musicians are.  yeah, for a
one-time-listen, maybe i could live with people singing
"your smile is so beautiful,
this all feels so right
honeybaby, let's...
let's make love tonight"

uh, yeah.  maybe. if they were *really, really* good singers and
musicians.
otherwise,
spare me.


lamely attempting to come up with as interesting an end-line as justin,
but failing miserably.... ;)
michal

p.s. karen, did you ever get my message re: the berkeley boot?  i was
using my dad's computer at the time, and things got confusing... let me
know, please, huh?!!  thanks. ;)

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ok this i am not sure how true this is, but i feel like i have seen in the
past that vonda has sung with the girls before, maybe out west, but i am not
sure how far back it was.  someone tell me if i am wrong.  i think she sang
backup or harmonies on a few songs.

babs

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ok... i have been reading your posts for 2 days now, and i want to share my
story.

back in 1990 or 91 i became very depressed.  nothing i could do was right, and
my life on the whole was crap.  then in 1992 i found ig, which has forever
changed me.  here are a few ways how:

1) most important, they saved my life.  their music was my life when i was so
depressed i could not get out of bed! their words fed my soul, and the message
they sent kept my heart beating.  this may sound a tad melodramatic, but it is
true.  they were my life line, and without ig music, i would have made some
life choices i would have lived (or not lived) to regret.

2) as it has been said before, some of the historical and social images they
bring into their songs have been enlightening.  i have since read virginia
wolf, harriet the spy, and learned about rasputin. also, i have learned so
much more about the social issues that are close to their hearts, such as
native american and gay rights.

3) the music has brought me so may friends and brought so much richness and
diversity into my life.  i love and thank them for that each and every day!
you all know the bonding between indigo fans!  (all of my close ig list
friends know who you are!)  and when i spent my whole paycheck on sst shirts,
i knew i could trust ig fans!  thanks everyone!  i have learned through ig
that there are good people out there, and taking a chance on sharing a ride
and a hotel room with a stranger to see a concert is really living life to the
fullest!

so i hope you all know how blessed we are to have these women in your lives.
i was lucky to have passed them a note last summer telling them how they saved
me form myself.  that was such an important moment for me.  although i never
directly heard back, i know that my note made it's way to amy and emily.

i love all you intimate strangers and feel this list is just another was ig
has made my life what it is ... smarter, intelligent, fun, and a life worth
living!

babs!
(if you feel any reason to flame me, don't do it on the list!)

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claire writes
>there is a theory that something about classical music increases
>learning ability....... this has more to do with the
>compositions that lyric's though.

have to agree here. from what i've read of the effect it is independent of
lyrics, and probably related to  underlying patterns or rhythyms. isn't
mozart one of the more 'mathematical' composers, with all those variations
and everything? they didn't compare a wide variety of music however, if i
recall right. i think it would be interesting to do pet scans on people
listening to various types of music ...ig, classical, dance, trance and
compare the neuronal response. someone did this recently with people
playing nintendo games and showed that a specific neurotransmitter level
increased as much as if the players were using amphetamines.

not to say that listening to ig lyrics and attempting to decipher them
won't be a good brain exercise

back to lurking..
m

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one of my cousins was visiting my family from china recently.  she speaks hardly a lick of english, and understands very little as well.  a few days ago, she just happened to catch me listening to ig in my car as i drove us around and later asked me if she could borrow my tapes for a few days.

on the day she was to return to china, she told me how moved she was by ig - without even understanding the lyrics, she was able to understand the message they were trying to get across by the way they used their voices.  we had a rather lenghty discussion about ig at the airport while her plane was delayed, and delayed, and delayed.  i let her keep the tapes (ig, nomads and swamp ophelia).  i don't think she'll be able to get copies of them in china!

anyway, i guess i'm trying to express my amazement at the way that ig can reach people.  my cousin is not a fan of american music at all, yet she was enthralled by ig * maybe it runs in the family ;) *  i promised her a translation of the lyrics, but i think the message has already been received.

enough babbling - ig is just so great!

martha

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hey all!!
this is a letter from my buddy dan in support of some pretty amazing kids!
please check this page out and leave feedback.  help keep kids learning!
babs
***********
i do so hate to bother you...but my good friend marna has helped coach this
team of delightful kids with a fantastic website all about music! if you all
would go there (if possible) and look around, and say something nice in the
guestbook, it could help them get into the semifinals and then the finals
which would mean a trip to california for coach and team. they have really
worked their tails off to get the site up and running and it would mean so
much to them (and me) if you could take a few minutes, browse the site and say
hello! thanks so much!!!
** http://hyperion.advanced.org/15413/intro_midi.htm **
love,
dan
ps please feel free to forward this note and or the link to all your
buddies..the more exposure the better!! thanks!! -d0

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        speaking of vonda shepard . . . according to
http://www.rockontv.com, she will be on a rerun of "austin city limits"
as a special guest of indigo girls, along with freedy johnston and mark
eitzel; this, again, is a rerun and will be airing on pbs stations on
december 5th.  it's considerably advance warning, but i'd probably forget
to mention it later on.  :)

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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justin has gone where no listee has gone before...
>boldly channeling the spirits of living folks

*but*... can he bend spoons with his mind???
...major shout-outs to justin for being so stinkin' cool...

you guys make the day funner :)

jill
p.s.-- after reading the clemson transcriptions, i now have insight into
both shed your skin and that song about the boys laughing at her.
thanks sarah.

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i tried to visit this site, but all i got was a white screen.   anyone else
have this problem?

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

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in a message dated 98-10-04 03:05:55 edt, jillyc@hotmail.com writes:

<< after reading the clemson transcriptions, i now have insight into
both shed your skin and that song about the boys laughing at her. >>

could someone either post or e-mail me the clemson transcriptions, i
accidently deleted that post.

thanks,

lynn   :-)    <a href="http://members.aol.com/tahmehawk/home.html">tahmehawk's
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hi everyone.. does anyone know how gay friendly nyu is? if someone
mentioned it before.. sorry, i must've missed that post! :)

thanks! :)

mel

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>um, you wouldn't perhaps...um...send me the lyrics to this
>dirty little number, would ya?
sure thing...
jill
------------
i wanna be your lover
intro:
amy: we're gonna do a little song that we did a long time ago and emily
just now rewrote the words again.

emily: this is for kim... where's kim?... kim, this is for you, 'kay?
we did this for you, this is,.. uh,...

amy, finishing em's sentence: ...we want you to know before we do it
that this does not promote, uhm, premis...promiscuous sex or anything
like that in any way. this is *sarcastic*, we're putting down, uhm, the
meat market basically...

emily: ...'s not our philosophy of life or anything...

amy: yeah, really.

emily: ...of course, *i* wrote the words, ya know...

amy:that's right, so, uh,...

simultaneously:
amy: ...that doesn't matter...
emily, laughing: i was so wasted, you *know* [how it is]...

<pause where obviously someone in the audience-- *kim* maybe?!-- asks,
i'm guessing, what they *are* saying, then.>
emily replies: ...nothing.  we aren't saying a *thing*.

simultaneously:
amy: we're just talkin'.
emily: we're tryin' to say that... we're not madonna.
<loud guffaws>

emily: this is a *dirty* song, hope y'all like it.

<they begin to play and have some trouble with the chords>
emily, pointing the finger: ...*amy* wrote the music!

<emily speaks>
i walked into my favorite place one night
i'd just gotten back from a lecture and i was feelin' kind of uptight
and at the edge of the bar, there was this guy
and, ya know, i wasn't really lookin', but i caught him outta the corner
of my eye
next thing i know, he was movin' my way
and i thought he wanted to talk, but this is what he had to say:

<amy sings>
"i don't know your name, babe, but i wanna be your lover,"
<emily lilts: "ooo hoo">
"i don't know your name, babe, but i wanna be your lover, your lover,
your lover, your lover
"one time or another, baby, i wanna be your lover, aww yeah, i wanna be
your lover..."

<emily>
i had to admit, i was a little surprised
but i wasn't scared, 'cause i was twice his size
so i said to myself, "okay, i'll play his game."
when he turned to me, i gave him my *name*

<amy>
"i know your name, babe, but i got to know your number
"i know your name babe, but i got to know your number, your number...
"i said one time or another, baby, i'm gonna be your lover, aw yeah, i
wanna be your *lover*..."

<emily>
well, i said to myself, "this guy is persistent.
"he's a little bit dumb, but at least he's consistent."
i tried to talk cool, but when we touched, i went *under*.
i made a quick decision and i gave him my *number*.

<amy>
"i know your number, but i don't know what to say, babe."
<em, real high-pitched and girly: "that's okay.">
"i know your number, baby, but i don't know what to say to ya, say to
ya, say to ya, baby darlin'
"it don't matter anyway, no, i don't talk when i make love to ya, babe,
i don't talk when i make love"
<em starts moaning/singing in the background>
<amy>"i wanna be your lover!  ohh, i wanna be your lover, lover, lover,
lover, lover, lover..."

<emily>
well, you probably won't believe this, but we got married one day
and i still don't know if he speaks english, 'cause he doesn't have much
to say.
's a damn good thing i like lying around--
we don't make... much... conversation, but *love makes sounds.*
(<to the audience> y'all know what i'm talkin' about, that's right
y'all know what i'm *talkin'* about, i see ya!)
well, one thing i've learned from being in this state:
oh, there are other ways to communicate!

<amy>
"don't know your name, babe, but i wanna be your lover
<both, real high (yes, amy too): "ooo-hoo">
"don't know your name, baby, but i wanna be your lover, your lover, your
lover, your lover, your lover
"a-one time or another, baby, i'm gonna be your lover, yeah..."
<they do this improvised scat-type-thing, with em singing "talk to me,
talk to me, talk to me, baby, baby, baby, yeah yeah yeah," and amy
repeating, "your lover, your lover, your lover">

<applause>
em guffaws. : thanks!... that song is kind of embarrassing to sing.

amy, seemingly incredulous: *she* wrote the *words*! how 'bout that?
yeah.

emily: pretty deep. ;)

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<a href="http://hyperion.advanced.org/15413/intro_midi.htm">click here: music
notes: an interactive online musical experience</a>

ok try it this way!  sorry!!!

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<a href="http://hyperion.advanced.org/15413/index.htm">music notes: an
interactive online musical ex...</a>

i know this will work!
this is an amazing site!  you need to go here now!!!!
i am so sorry to waist net space! this is the last time!

babs (and dan)

ps: in trying to send you folks just the site addy i copied the music intro
addy by mistake!  silly me!

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babs wrote:
>that there are good people out there, and taking a chance on sharing a
ride
>and a hotel room with a stranger to see a concert is really living life
to the
>fullest!

can i add to that?  you guys (excepting maybe one or two out of
hundreds), from my experience, are truly *exemplary* people.  i've shown
up to venues alone, trusting that i'd stumble upon a listee to hang out
with... and you've never disappointed me, nor given me an unworthwhile
conversation.  i've sat on sidewalks and battled line-cutters and women
gaping at us, asking us dead seriously, "ooh, so *you're* the groupies?!
so, did you, like, hose off in the sewers or something?!" (which marivel
really does.) (hose off in the sewers, i mean. ;)).  i've had some very,
ah, *interesting* listee roadtrips to ig shows, including getting waaay
lost and getting in a fender-bender in the middle of nowheresville
(hello boalsburg!) and entirely smashing up a shiny new volkswagen (i
wasn't at the wheel, karen f!) in the middle of a major highway en route
to a show (incidentally, both accidents happened in pa!  do i sense a
trend here?).  i've heard my share of sound checks (hee hee, i love
steph merhar, wherever she is now...), watched the parade of indigohio
polo shirts at lilith, and crashed the 2-am-calm of a slew of greasy
spoons with you.  it just bowls me over, again and again, how giving and
wonderful you folks are.  barb and twink have let me crash in hotel
rooms *they*'ve paid for when i was broke... karen r. ("this is the
front of the line. no cuts.") fed me and gave me shelter and all but
paid my credit card bill when i showed up on her doorstep with a dollar
in my pocket.  jules, if i remember right, sent me the hugest bag of
homemade caramel-corn via priority mail, just because.  michal took a
midnight train ("woo woo!") and amtraked her ass to ohio just to *meet*
me, for the love of god, to spend 22 hours with me and hop the next
train back home.  jami, i know i *still* owe you for the sst loot. i've
sang and danced (which really annoyed the little icky jewel fans sitting
behind us) with you. i've never flirted so damn hard in my life (anna
and kate h.: xxoo, mwah mwah ;) ;) ;)). (if i've left anybody out, it's
not intentional) i've given amy the book that's touched my life and got
a copy of my poetry zine to em, who incidentally got all smiley smiley
the last time she saw me standin' down under her, singin' with her, and
lisa germano now has a keroppi hair clip i bought her and jerry is real
goofy and nice and michelle malone gave me the funniest look, like i was
off my gourd, when i asked her to swing dance with me, cause *no*, she
didn't know *how* to swing ;))(and i *am* off my gourd, btw) and
danielle howle told me how she used to be a *cook* for chrissake and
thalia zedek said i was *great*!!! (the pinnacle of my life's
achievements thus far, hee) and i really hope she didn't toss that
beatnik cigarette holder and i whined to shawn mullins about my car
troubles and gail ann dorsey is really shy but a damn snappy dresser
(even in walgreens) and i giggled with rose polenzani and tried to
assure her that she was gonna be *huge* someday and janis ian swore
cause she smeared her autograph and jane siberry had to borrow my pen of
wonder, pen of light to sign everyone's tickets in detroit and i had a
conversation with josephine wiggs in the middle of a road and
surprisingly neither of us got run over (or mobbed, celebrities that we
*both* are, heh). and all because of you, *you* guys got me into this,
you gave recommendations, you told me the tricks and the tips to having
great show experiences, and shown me how to be a great friend and
person.  i've received photos and packages of tapes and disks and
letters and emails and compliments and thought-provoking conversations.
and i've gotten to know some of the most amazing people: you.

and i am so not trying to be glib, i am really genuinely serious here.
jilly,


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date:         sun, 4 oct 1998 02:23:16 pdt
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...because i've *never* had an im exchange like *this* with any of our
beloved snags (tim, lance, darius, justin, et al)

steve63725:  29/m, looking for escort, interested...good money
me:  my body is not for sale.
steve63725: 250 an hour
steve63725: ever had a one night stand? at least talk
steve63725: talk to me... are you bi
me: i'm sorry... maybe you didn't hear me. i am not for sale.
my body is not some kind of export.
me: nor do i have any interest in men who would objectify me like i'm a
piece of meat or something.
steve63725: lol... what do you look like?

(and yes, i'm giving you the guy's name here, because i happen to have a
certain thing against slimeballs.)

jill
ever waiting for a sentitive, intelligent, respectful, and not gay (i
always lose 'em on that last one!) male who won't laugh at me when i try
to stand up for myself.

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yes my dear, you remember correctly! vonda performed with the girls on the
west coast tour just this winter. i don't know exactly how many shows she
did with them, but she was in seattle and portland for sure! saw her in
portland myself! she did a song by herself, sang one of her songs with emily
and also did some back up vocals (i think!) and i understand that maybe she
has had emily sing with her on her own recordings this year, but don't know
much about that!

and thanks for sharing your personal story! i have been that depressed, but
i can't claim that ig saved me because i hadn't invested myself in them at
the time, but i do know what you mean! they have pulled me through some
other difficult situations, including coming to grips with my own sexual
orientation (so what if it didn't happen until i was 37, right!?)

peace my friend! take good care of yourself!

laura


>ok this i am not sure how true this is, but i feel like i have seen in the
>past that vonda has sung with the girls before, maybe out west, but i am
not
>sure how far back it was.  someone tell me if i am wrong.  i think she sang
>backup or harmonies on a few songs.

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here ya go lynn...

>ok all..i have finally transcribed amy's speech..
>you can see it here
>http://www.unc.edu/~sbrady1/lecture.html
>a couple of notes too
>1)i know amy's stance on the legaliztion of marijuana has been discussed
>recently, and at this lecture woody harrelson talked about this..and amy
>didnt say anything, but i was watching her the whole time (obviously) and
>just by her expressions and by her clapping at woody's points, it seemed
>pretty apparent that she was in favor of legalization..
>2)amy saw me w/my little tape recorder and didnt care, and not that it
>directly corresponds w/her views on booting concerts..but i think she's
>pretty laid back about it all.
>k. hope you all enjoy the speech.  if anyone is going to the other shows,
>i'd appreciate it if you did the same!
>peace
>sarah
>
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>  a&e  "i will walk down the street. i will hold my head high. i will say
>   #    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 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
> / 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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i left something out:
>jilly,

that should have read:
jilly,
wondering how she ever lived without don richards' bear hugs. :)

(if you know don, you can attest to this)

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wow - it's been awhile since i actually posted!  but im back..woowoo!

i checked out last standing woman by winona laduke yesterday at the
library - i can't wait to just sit down and read!  i've heard such
good things about this book...cant wait.

and vonda...i just bought one of her cd's - not the ally mcbeal one -
it's called the radical light.  i really like it.  someone already
said it i think - but vonda was on austin city limits w ig...very
cool.  this is great tho - my *dad* is a fan of vonda...that's a good
thing...cuz im trying to introduce ig to him as well...my mom's
already a fan - i really thinks she likes them bc i do...when she got
her first ig tape this summer (i bought it for her - 50 cents at a
garage sale - couldnt pass it up - i was more excited than she was) -
but my mom was really excited that the words were included w the tape
- how cute is that?  :o)  so she can listen and follow along...*big
grin*

ive really enjoyed some recent posts...like why ig music is important
to yall...we each have our own story - why we dig them so much...ive
noticed a common theme...seems ig is there for us all - when we need
it the most.  *sigh* i dig that.  anyhoo - i appreciate your stories.

happy day -
sunny - who is hanging w her ig kitties this afternoon.


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hey y'all..
i have a couple of items that i am trying to sell.. best offer gets em..

1. ellen james society " the survivors parade" original vinyl recording.
    this is part of the series of album covers that was created by the band..
it's
    a lovely rainbow color.. with the track titles and name of the album done
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ooh i hate when i hit the wrong button...... as i was saying........


hey y'all..
i have a couple of items that i am trying to sell.. best offer gets em..

1. ellen james society " the survivors parade" original vinyl recording.
     this is part of the series of album covers that was created by the band..
it's
     a lovely rainbow color.. with the track titles and name of the album done
in
    handwriting.

2. ejs final recording  " 45 single vinyl "amsterdam" and on the "b" side
"everything"

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i know somebody's lurking out there who could tell me where to get the music
(chords and tabs) for jim croce's stuff.  i saw in _acoustic_ the music for
bad, bad leroy brown, but i got that one already.  also, i like free
stuff...the songs i really want are these:

i got a name
alabama rain
speedball tucker

thanks,
chee

ps. i already looked in olga...they been ousted.

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hey yall
ok so i know this is an old topic. so lets forget that i even had a negative
opinion about the dj remixed version before (and not of the song itself but of
epics distribution of it, but as i said lets forget that even happened) ,
because after that discussion i definitely have changed my opinion. anyways

so i am taking a class in electroacoustic music and we have this project where
we have to discuss how musicians music has evolved and what kinds of stuff do
they use now (e.g. instruments, drum loops, computer stuff etc). so who better
to do a paper on than ig ... and we need examples, so i emailed one of the
dj's who remixed the song and he is very nice, and he is sending me some of
the samples etc. so he also asked me to pass this message along:

>also, help us get epic records to release it for the public to get by going
>to this web page (www.epidrome.com) and send them e-mail.. tell as many
>people as you can and maybe we can get them to release it as a cd.

if it happened, it would get these guys some national recognition in the world
of dj stuff so, since they seem to be cool guys and do neat stuff, i thought i
would pass it along. so if you are bored and surfing he net, drop them a line.

peace
sasha

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anyone know off hand what city (or town)
in il has the zip 60623?  i need the info to
send a package and i can't read the name of the
city on the return address, and of course i have
lost the person's email address.

help!
leigh ann


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someone asked for it, so here you go.  i got this from the harborlights boot,
so it may have grown in the ensuing three months, but anyway . . .
i agree this song is incredibly powerful.  and thank you whoever posted "i
want to be you lover", or whatever it's called . . .

~ emb

********
faye tucker

on the night they killed faye tucker
i was gamblin' away my last dime.
well i pulled down the lever
and i sent up a prayer,
and my love would not be denied.
my love would not be denied.

i said, roll out the head of faye tucker
and never you mind what they say.
well you may be reborn,
but it just got you scorn(ed),
and that's what you'll take to your grave.
that's what you'll take to your grave.

well the minister wants you live now.
and the governer wants you to fry.
and whatever it was that you thought might aquit her,
well they got something else on their minds.
they got something else on their minds.

if you live they're gonna make you a campaigner (sp?).
and if you die they'll make you a grave.
either way it goes down,
why your life got . . . (what is she saying?  suggestions?)
and that's why killing don't pay.
i said that's why killing don't pay.

you kill me,
and i'll kill you!

i said, what did you learn faye tucker?
and what will you take from this world?
i said, mercy could prove us
but nothing would move us
to rise above just being cruel.
to rise above just being cruel . . .

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is that song on "blue food"? just wondering.
jeri


on sat, 3 oct 1998, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> i could dub that song for people ify'all want me to.
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in a message dated 10/2/98 10:10:40 pm pacific daylight time,
shuey@mailbox.arn.net writes:

<< ha!  that's nothing.  my car says "dyke power" on the back, and i don't
even shave my armpits.  yep.  and and and, when a girl walks by,
particularly an attractive one, i tend to say things like "yowza" or "oh,
mama", or sometimes even "i'd buy that for a dollar". >>


lol.... i bet you don't wear, "pantyhose," either!!!

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now this is an interesting thread.  a couple of years back i read in a
pediatric journal (i was the nanny for a doctor's kid) about a study on
preschoolers. the kids exposed to music education scored higher on math
aptitude tests than other preschoolers, the theory being that music and math
are processed in the same area of the brain so that exposure to music improves
development in that part of the brain, which then, helps with math. mozart-
type music was singled out because of the mathematical nature of the
compositions.
      as for ig, well, i have no doubt whatsoever that the music can make you
smarter.  tim had a good point that you'd have to be a little bit smart to
attracted to them in the first place.  what we input has everything to do with
what we end up with inside the head.  read smart magazines, like smithsonian,
or natural history or scientiific american, rather than cosmopolitan, well,
you get my point.
     with  the girls, what we put into our heads is intelligent on many
levels.  they are without doubt poets who know how to use words to work in
around superficial defenses, reach in and pry loose ideas that have just been
sitting there.  they succeed at this because they don't preach at us; they are
in it with us, working out things, making decisions, not judging, just trying
to rise above themselves.  amy includes herself in the "pretty pretenders,
negligent vendors" for example.  then the music, the sophisticated melodies,
captivating harmonies and amazing guitar work recruit that much more of the
listeners' brains to the task of processing the message in the lyrics, and the
emotions they stir up... next thing you know, you are thinking with that much
more of your brain, and smarter!  that's my theory anyway.
freida.

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y'all,
i have got to hear this song!  anyone with a boot?
freida.

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i don't know if this was already poted, but vonda sang with ig on "austin
city limits" on public tv

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hey all,
     i am working on an essay at my high school on words that are used in
changed context for men vs women/boys vs girls, such as "master" and
"mistress" or "poet" and "poetess". included in a different category are words
that refer to women as food, animals, such as "chick" or "honey" or other
derogatory words. i would like your opinions and suggestions. please email me
privately with suggestions of specific words, and i would appreciate
explanations of the social implications juxtapose to the factual definitions,
but only if you want. most helpful would be the actual words themselves.
thanks in advance, janet. noexit00@aol.com

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date:         sun, 4 oct 1998 16:18:57 pdt
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hey ya'll i have a question (if someone could forward this to the ani
list for me that would be great)
when i move in january i'm considering not taking my ani collection with
me but selling it..it's going to be really really hard but i've got so
much tori amos stuff and indigo girls stuff that i don't really want to
paper up all the wall space with concert posters and stuff ya know?
this is not an offer to sell yet!!!!!!!! i just was wondering what all
ya'll think this stuff might be worth:

1-dilate promo poster apx. 11x19 (i'm guessing) features 2 pictures of
ani with blue braids

2-promo flats from the past didn't go anywhere ani/utah philips. 2
sided.

3-promo flats from living in clip (i almost called it 1200 curfews *l* i
need a nap) all different featuring ani, ani&sara lee&andy sto, and ani
again. 2 sided

1-flyer for an ani concert in san francisco 1998 orange heavy paper
features the pic of ani in a bubble.

(apx)8-magazine covers featuring ani from 1996-1998 (these are just the
covers cut off that i have hung.)

3-promo postcards (smaller versions of posters she sells thru her
catalog)

4-cute lil picture catalogs that she sends out (i have to keep 'em cuz
they're so cute)

1-promo picture tour dates (1997?)

1-rbr logo sticker

there's probably more but i've forgotten...i'm trying to compile this
from memory. it's all in great condition no folds, no tears, no holes.
just teeeny pieces of tape holding 'em up. guesses on what this lot of
stuff would be worth? alltogether?

*hugs*

lamia

"and the ones that can know you so well
are the ones that can swallow you whole.
i have a good and i have an evil,
i thought the ocean, the ocean thought nothing,
you are the welcoming back from the ocean.."
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date:         sun, 4 oct 1998 20:50:32 edt
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sorry for the nigc, but did anybody on the list happen to tape, or know
someone who did,howard stern's tv show this past saturday (big gay dance
party)? if so, i would gladly trade  a blank video tape or something else for
a copy...

thanks!

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 01:18:19 edt
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hi everyone,

someone was diligent enough to find a www page for sulli. i even managed to go
to the page and check it out. however, bookmarking the page slipped my mind.

so, if anyone has a good page for sulli, please let me know

thanks
kathleen

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hi everybody... wow i just spent almost 2 hours wading through all my
digests... anyway, couple of ?'s for you lovely people...
my friend carolyn (used to be on the list) would really like the chords
for gone again.  if anyone has them, could you please send them to her
at cet9@cornell.edu or if anyone remembers her and wants to write to
her, feel free to do that, too.
i would really really like to get a boot with this faye tucker song on
it... can anyone hook me up?  thanks :)
jill

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 08:38:07 -0400
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subject:      re: igc!!!!  re: vonda shepard, kind gestures and indigo moments!
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on sun, 4 oct 1998, laura jackson wrote:

> she did a song by herself, sang one of her songs with emily
> and also did some back up vocals (i think!) and i understand that maybe she
> has had emily sing with her on her own recordings this year, but don't know
> much about that!

if i remember correctly, she and emily sang "baby don't break my
heart slow" and are/were supposed to actually record and release
it. anyone else know?

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hkf's,

at the farm aid benefit this past weekend, phish played the girls' song
<hehe> "down by the river"!!!!  and in the setlist there was a little star
next to the song, meaning see the notes below to find out if they used a
dulcimer, or a glockenspiel, or a guest came to play with them.  so guess
what the note said?!?!?...  special guest: neil young!!!!!

how amazing is that to have a legend play with you on an amazing song!  it
would be like ig playing uncle john's band *with special guest jerry garcia
on backing vocals...!!!!!

since phish & neil young both performed at this benefit it wasn't that
surprising - but that's what the girls need to do.  hop on a benefit with
neil young - and <*poof*> - emily & neil trading solos!!!!!  or amy & neil
sharing the same mic in a rip-roaring chorus of down by the river - "i shot
my baby!!!!!!!!!!!!"   wow!!!!!!!

anyone see my vision!!!!! anyone, anyone, voodoo economics, bueller...

8-)

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can ya e-me..need addy for jones beach and newport boot
my postoffice says theres no place as wappersprings fall..huh?

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does anyone know who wrote the song "moment of forgiveness"?  thanks.

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does anyone know if "thin line" appears on one of gerard's album and if so,
which one?  thanks.

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    hi all!! ;-)
    so, i have subscribe to this list. i think its lists is miiting
lists. people from around the world meet here and... but this list is
about indigi girls.... i am not write ;-(
    ok, if you want to know something about kiev (ukraine) and me, pls
mail to me.
something about myself;
            i am a student of kiev international university of civil
aviation. i am living in kiev.
i am 17 years old.
have foto. if you want (girls) i will send you....
see...
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kiev, ukrain

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does anyone know where i can find the "squeaky fromme" song that amy used to
sing in concert ? thanks.

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does anyone have  a bootleg of the ig show on october 31, 1997 at
binghamton university.  i would trade for a copy if anyone has it.
thank you very much.

erica

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ola
i am looking for a bootleg of the april lexington indigo girls concert.  if
anyone out there has it or knows someone who does please let me know.  i am
just getting started with ig boots and i have met another fan online who
really wants this concert. i was there of course but didn't even think about
taping it.  so if you do know anything about is please let me know.
peace love and light
beccie

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so i have the amy compilation tape (problem child), and a lot of the
songs' sources are not cited.  please help me out here...

a
problem child (this was not given, but it's from the rainy day records
show, 12.31.94, in case anyone else is interested/anal like this)

no way to treat a friend-- where's this from?  i have another version of
this on blue food, but it's certainly not as jazzed-up as this one.

acoustic reunion-- where where?

where is the universal amphitheater located?

ballad of squeaky fromme (1987)-- this is obviously a studio version.
where is this version from?


b
cortez the killer (studio acoustic)-- again, a studio version of an
unreleased song.  where is it from?

pushing the needle too far-- from stanley, son of theodore.  i know i've
asked this before, but i've again forgotten... what is stanley, son of
theodore?  i think it's a compilation album... where can it be found?

chiapas bound-- this is from a boot.  which show?

heartache central time-- now this bugger is really interesting.  dig
that organ metronome.  where's lawrence welk and that bubble machine? ;)
again, *where* is this crazy piece from?  it kills me.

3 hits-- it's acoustic, not a version i've heard anywhere before.  where
where where?

nueva senorita-- this is from a boot.  which show?


just lost all over the place,
jill

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if anyone has a boot of the santa monica show from 1995 i'd love a copy.
you can check out my bootlist at
<http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm> and see if i have
anything you want.  thanks!

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hi again,

sorry to waste more bandwidth.
my question is...can one reuse mailing envelopes in any reasonable way?
or am i just being a little bit too frugal?

if you know of any way i can accomplish this, email me.

thanks,
melissa

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hi guys.. much love from the birthday goddess who ran the race for the
cure and now knows just how out of shape she is... where's the muscle
cream????


libra
(sept. 23 -oct. 23)
  a child that you love very much is no longer a child but a young man,
and you must face this before you let your caring and concern cause your
temper to get out of control and ruin your relationship with him. beware
the ides of march (even though it is october) this week as you could be
undermined on the job without even knowing it, keep a careful eye on the
one you think may be 'after' you and you will bring it to a dead stop
before it gets out of hand. you also may be in for a new revelation from
an angel visitation this week. don't ignore any dreams and you will see
how they fit together to give you insight.

happy birthday to the following!!!

october 5th (1975)
holeman@cats.ucsc.edu(leslie)

october 6
bartap@law.georgetown.edu (peter a. barta)

"whoever rescues a single soul from the children of man, scripture
credits
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

october 8 ('77)
mweiss@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu (michelle rena weiss)

october 9
100064.3337@compuserve.com (gail anthony)

october 10
alhastings@mindspring.com (allison hastings)

october 10
bronwen_besso-smith@sunshine.net(bronwen)
,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.
,,.
"you don't have to like me for who i am but we'll see what you're made
of by
what you make of me"-ani difranco-willing to fight-
.,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,
.,,.
"high school is like a sickness.trust me,the fever breaks.then you get
over
it."-dolores price-she's come undone-
.,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,
.,,.

* 1200 curfews, 10 october 1995

* watershed, 10 october 1995


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!!!  have a great
day!

much love to all....

jo anne


"entreat me not to leave you,
or to turn back from following after you;
for wherever you go, i will go,
and wherever you lodge, i will lodge'
your people shall be my people,
and your god, my god,
where you die, i will die,
and there i will be buried.
the lord do so to me, and more also,
if anything but death parts you and me"
ruth 1:16-17

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        okay . . . so like who's got it?  'cause i'd really love a copy
if someone can dub it for me . . . sorry for the incoherence but i worked
about 11 hours yesterday and i'm really kinda woozy . . . @8-}

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
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"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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a couple of random stuff:

i just had my wisdom teeth pulled on fri.  and where i went wasn't my
dentist.  they miss spelled my name as lamia, when it really is malia.
had to giggle at that.

as for the ca ig listees, my e-mail account got deleted so if you aren't
on the list of people who want to meet e-mail me at:
luna_mook_tick@hotmail.com  and if you sent me an important message in
the past 4 days send it there too.  i hate e-mail at this moment but i
will be getting it back soon.  so far i got replies from:
alison <opihf@aol.com>
diane <arle@hotmail.com>
emily <"emark"@scf-fs.usc.edu >
java <worldfalls@earthlink.net>
jennifer <jenindgo@aol.com>
kelly stewart  <cypressmoon@hotmail.com>
lancon <lancon@shell.accesscom.com>
lynz <"lynz"@pacbell.net >
starr <starr@netvision.net.il>

if you want on this list or off mail me at the hotmail address.

yeah!  i hope everone is feeling better than i.

oxox~
luna

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 16:39:26 -0500
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finally! i have prices and all the rest of the info needs on the t-shirts.

we are ordering two colors of shirts:
1. natural colored shirt with indigo printing
2. indigo colored shirt with off-white printing

the design will be printed on the front of the shirt, and can be found at:
http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html

the cost for each m, l, or xl shirt is $11, including shipping. please add
an additional $1 for xxl or xxxl shirts (which are available).

i will accept orders through the month of october, and shirts will be
shipped out by the end of november (probably earlier). the only request i
have is that i receive your check or money order by oct. 31.

information i will need from you:

name, address & email.
number, color, and sizes of shirts.

* please, no po boxes, as i will probably ship via ups

other misc info:

- once the shirts are ordered, that's it, so make sure you let me know by
the deadline that you want one (or two, or three).

- e-mail me asap for my address (where you can send the check or money
order), or if you have any other questions.

- the shirts will be 100% cotton, heavyweight tees - excellent quality,
and we are getting them at cost, so this is an excellent price.

- if you have already emailed me with your shirt request, please email me
again. the first query was to figure out an estimate number of shirts for
pricing purposes. this is the time to order!

- you must email me before oct. 31 if you want to order a shirt. that's
over 3 weeks, so it should be plenty of time!

thanks again, for all your compliments. i actually *enjoy* organizing
stuff like this... am i crazy? probably! but it's fun anyhow!

talk to you soon!
--amy

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hey y'all--
  i faintly remember someone talking about emm gryner...does anyone know where
i can get info on her?
thanks,
lauren

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 07:59:59 +1000
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hey folks,

here is the transcript of amy's talk at the clemson university
spitfire date on october 1, as so excellently transcribed by
sarah - thanks!

-sherlyn


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amy ray -- october 1, 1998 -- clemson university

i'm here to talk about being a lesbian. there...i did it, i came out, yeah!
a couple of years ago, emily and i were asked to be judges in a high school
lyric writing contest. we agreed to do this and the finalists, the semi-
finalists, were sent in to us, and we read their entries and what we read
from them was basically a lot of comments expressing that they were glad to
have a chance to express themselves artistically.  they talked about being
in love, they talked about being abused by their parents, they talked about
gang warfare, drugs, suicide, you know, it ran the gamut. it ran the socio-
economic and race gamut as well. so we got a real perspective on where high
school students were coming from. after we did this, we were thinking two
things : number one we wanted to hear more of what students were thinking,
cause we felt their hearts and their minds were open and it was very
exciting to hear them expressing themselves and number two, we recognized
that school arts programs, and arts programs in general, are being cut and
underfunded and music programs are being underfunded.  um...we went to
school at a school called shamrock high school in decatur, ga, in dekalb
county. we were very much a part of the music system there and it pretty
much started our whole career for us. we started playing in high school, we
were encouraged by our teachers, we played after school, we played at
talent shows, you know it was very fertile grounds for the arts. and as i
got older, my peers and people that i knew that were younger than me were
experiencing a lack of arts programs basically in their schools and i felt
it was pretty sad.  so we decided we would do a short experimental tour to
speak about the arts in schools, to support song writes and poets, artists
of every style who wanted to express themselves we would go in and play 30
minutes during the school day, do a question and answer period afterwards
and then leave and we would pay for this tour on our own, you know, fund
the whole thing and basically do all the logistics ourselves. we brought in
a sound system, made it like a real show so the students could understand
that part of the music industry, as well as student groups would sponsor us
so they would learn what it was like to sponsor a show. we jumped through a
lot of hoops and came up with 5 shows in the southeast that's the only...
thats as many as we were able to get to begin with.  as far as going
through administrative boards, parents and school systems and when we
played the 1st show, we went off and did a few other dates afterwards, and
i woke up to a phone call that ermo high school in columbia had canceled
citing sexual preference as their reason. what happened is they received
phone calls from 40 parents out of 4000 students saying that they weren't
comfortable with two lesbians performing at their school because we
wouldn't be positive role models for their kids and didn't want their
kids exposed to us.  my first reaction to that was 'we gotta figure out
another venue', so that's what we did and in the process of doing that,
discovered that the students at that school were rallying behind us and
were organizing protests on their own grounds and we also found out that
two other schools were canceling and citing profanity issues rather than
sexual preference issues.  but we were informed later by the sponsors,
the teachers that sponsored those shows, that the principal was more
concerned about our sexual identity than that any profanity issues,
especially after i called the principal myself and suggested a
permission slip system where the kids would have to to get permission
from by their parents to come and i would agree not to use profanity
even though it was against my better judgement...um...obviously that was
a red herring because the principal still wouldn't have us.  the positive
impact of this was we did alternative shows in knoxville and in
columbia...we went in on the day of the show and we did a show in a club
after school...all ages..no alcohol and the students, teachers and
parents got in for free and what happened is that students organized at
their own schools and had walk outs and formed these coalitions of people
to come to our show and worked with local gay organizations and had
dialogue with their parents and dialogue with their teachers and they
understood what it meant to stand up for something they believed in.  now
ll of these students weren't gay, you know, they were just open minded
and they were just willing to accept it and they were willing to put
their own... and you know how high school is, your reputation is really
important in high school, but these kids didn't care, they were willing
to stake their reputations on the fact they were going to be supportive
of us regardless of who we choose to spend the rest of our lives with,
sexually.  i think that the empowerment of that is something we can all
learn from because as a high school student, you already feel
disenfranchised, you don't have as much power, you already feel like
you're inferior and that your voice doesn't count. for those kids to stand
up and rally behind us was a very big deal for them and it was the
reason..that's why a negative situation became a positive situation and
it was the reason why parents were forced to talk to their children about
this. it might not have been discussed if the kids hadn't brought it
up. i think along with the positive impacts there were a lot of negative
impacts and the main one i was concerned about was that if i felt like the
object of so much vehement hate, how would the kids in high school feel
who are either gay or questioning their sexuality, or just a little bit
different, they go against the grain just a little bit, they are
vulnerable. then they have this thing come up, it's trying, but to see
them stand up in the face of that, it made me feel hopeful.  i think one
of the interesting things that has happened also is that i read a lot of
letters to the editor that were written after this event, at ermo high
school especially, in the atlanta paper and various other sundry places,
and a lot of them, were letters of support, but what i noticed is that a
lot of the letters also had very subtle homophobic tendencies.. a lot of
the letters of support said that they supported us playing at the high
school because we weren't going there to talk about our sexuality, we
were going there to talk about the arts.  this is very subtle.  but to me
it was a light bulb.  its like 'oh, its ok for me to be gay if i'm not
going to talk about..its ok for me to be gay, if your kid doesn't know
that i'm gay but the minute that the the gay - thing becomes an issue,
it makes everybody uncomfortable' and i think that's a very important
point to remember, because even myself, in defending our going to these
high schools, we had a tendency to say we weren't going there to talk
about being gay, we were going there to talk about the arts.  but what i
did realize is that it was implied when we went there that we were gay
and that we believed in ourselves as individuals and we were being role
models as gay women for these kids and that was ok.  you know its ok to
be gay...basically and that's what i had to keep telling myself because
i think what happened...you know the next week, i live, i live outside
of atlanta in a rather conservative town and i found myself walking
around feeling ashamed of being gay and i've been gay all my life.  i
never really, i've never came out really.  i've had an evolution
that's been really slow, i've always believed in myself..i've always
felt very pro-gay.  i've never had a problem with it and this specific
incident made me falter...i walked around thinking maybe i should
dress differently, maybe these people in this restaurant won't
appreciate me being there...you know, imagine what a kid feels like
who has no clout, still at home, still under their parents guise, you
know. so i think those are some important points for me that came out
of ermo, that i wanted to mention.

and the last thing that i want to talk about is when we played in
columbia, the majority of the protesters outside the venue were not
protesting homosexuality, they were protesting abortion. you tell me
what that means, i don't know!

i'm not going to talk about pro-choice and pro-life, but i do want to
make a connection between homophobia and sexism.  in my career i used
to have a tendency to feel no one was discriminating against us because
we were gay, they were discriminating against us because we didn't
dress right, we were too mannish, too organic, too bohemian, not
feminine enough.  then, i realized that's the same thing...sexism and
homophobia.  sexism is when women are supposed to be a certain way and
supposed to be in a certain place and men are supposed to be a certain
thing.  gender identity.  homophobia...males are threatened by gay women
are threatened for two reasons, i think. one, because they are vying for
the same positions and they are vying for the same women! i mean, its
kinda funny, but it's, i think it's a true thing. but there's nothing to
be scared of, that's not reality and that's what the fear is coming from
and i think the people that are afraid of gay men...it's a fear of the
effeminate side of men and that's sexism as well....i think all of these
things are connected in control issues...people, other people, want to
control our minds, value systems, and our bodies and you should be in
control of your mind, your value system and your body!  they bombed
the olympics in atlanta, they bombed a lesbian nightclub, and then they
bombed an abortion clinic.  that's a control issue, you can feel
differently than i feel, but you should control your own environment and
i'm going to control my immediate environment!

i think this is a great vehicle and i appreciate your attention.  i
welcome other opinions and i welcome protest. i welcome dialogue because
i think we can honestly learn from each other.  mentoring is a two way
street. we should be mentoring each other. we should be helping each
other learn. there is not one right way of doing everything.
there is not one true religion for everybody...we should all have faith
in ourselves and who we believe created us and who we believe created
this world and we should love each other.

introduction to "go"
i'm gonna play a song...i've been working on this song for a couple of
years and then i, actually, i think we were playing at clemson,  there
were all these people waiting out in line in the rain, it was after the
cancellations that happened, it was super-supportive. so i finished the
song because it...i don't know...it made me feel good..

q&a session
(in response to a question about her coming out process)
i fell in love with a woman, a girl, in my senior year in high school,
we spent a year holding hands, and consummated it later in my freshman
year in college..but that year in high school...it was definately...i
had a lot of support from a couple of teacher...who understood i was
going through something, they weren't gay, they were just my friends,
they didn't know exactly what was going on. my mother, at the time told
me she heard i was gay, and i didn't even know what it meant, my
vocabulary was nothing as far as homosexuality.  i didn't know what it
meant to be gay and all i knew is that i was in love with somebody and
that was a blessing because what it meant was that i had something to
hold onto, that i could defend and that sent me on my path and basically
my two older sisters are both gay.  my parents are very religious and
conservative or were conservative and they spent a lot talking to  us
about how sinful it was and through dialogue and talking about it, they
came around to, as far as my father going to church and talking with the
minister about how we could be more accepting of gays in the
congregation, so it was hard work on my parents part, as well as my
older sisters' part. i was just kinda like the person tagging along the
whole time, doing my own thing...i just, definitely, didn't have to
suffer as much for it...i realize emily and i decided that we felt
differently about whether or not to talk about it. she felt like it was
a private issue, i thought we couldn't ask people to be individuals
unless we were willing to stand up and she didn't want to reveal
details of her personal life.  i mean, she would talk about gay rights,
she just didn't want to talk about who her girlfriend was. at some point
though, about seven, six or seven, years ago, we were in the middle of a
college radio press conference on gay issues, and emily just stood up
and answered it.... and that was it...and she said to me outside...'i'm
just tired of not talking about it, it's too important not to talk
about'.   so from that point on, we sort of made it more of an agenda
and i think some of it...i think, that time, in my career there was some
homophobia in myself...i wanted to be musically unordinary (?) ..i
wanted to be rock and alternative oriented and already i was taking the
rap for being a folk musician and i didn't want to take the rap for being
a gay musician too and that's a mistake on my part, because would say,
that it's just much better to do your thing and be strong about it and as
soon as that started happening, it was a lot clearer to me too. these
were subtle things, i was out with my family and with my peer groups...
it was just a matter of how much you talk about it in the press, what
you're willing to stand up for and fight for.  so coming out for me has
been a long, long battle...it hasn't been,  it's been easy compared to
what most people go through.

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 16:20:38 pdt
reply-to:     sheri graham <pngwn@hotmail.com>
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...for a boot of the show at san diego state open air theater, 1992 or
'93 (can't remember but i'll try to find my ticket stub tonight).  it
was the first show my friend took me to & i'd love to give her the boot
for her birthday.  i've checked a lot of your awesome boot pages but
haven't struck gold yet.  so i'm sending out the plea one more time
along with a special thanks to all of you who have helped me with other
boots - you're the best!

peace & indigo dreams,

sheri g
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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 19:46:49 -0400
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hey y'all,

i'm not sure about the date, but maybe around november '97,
amy + emily appeared at a book store in atlanta (??) to
promote a book about female sexuality and the goddesses
answered questions from the audience. i would love to have
this boot....  if ya gots the boot or a transcript, please
email me...
since i have magical powers, i'll grant you 3 wishes if ya
share the boot wiff me.   luv, bar


                                    yours in sisterhood
                                         peace + love,
                                   forever a flower child
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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 20:06:32 -0400
reply-to:     michael reynolds <asl@umcs.maine.edu>
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i hate to ask this, but you are really really incredible people when it
comes to favors and stuff and this definitely has some activism involved in
it all.
this is a really kick ass rally at the ellipse this sunday from 1-4 pm that
is dealing with special education law and inclusion of kids with
disabilities in regular schools. i basically have a minor in this field and
i was planning on going down, but the cost of air fare is pretty sick and it
would be a real hassle and i'd be super exhaused for work on tuesday (i
didn't think i would actually get monday off but i did)

so, i am a man with morals and am planning on giving some $$ and setting up
a net event, and this is where you, typical cool listee who has a digital
camera comes in.

could someone just go down there and take a few pictures and transfer them
to me like same day (preferably during the rally but i *really* am not too
fussy) i just realized i *wouldn't be anyway able to do this if i did go
down* because i'd be at the rally - and i don't own a laptop or a cellual
modem and i'd be hard pressed to leave.

i'm not looking for professional photos, just some sort of document of the
rally (and i'm trying to work out plans to have real audio interviews almost
simutanously) and a bunch of othjer stuff, i really need to see if it will
all work out, i may be able to lend my digital (but am a bit leary sending
out that since i don't want it getting lost in the mail or something stupid)

oh, btw - i would make this favor worth your while...very worth your while!
mike r.

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 17:32:42 -0700
reply-to:     lori ann <liltree@yahoo.com>
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begin blatant publicity stunt

ok folks, i decided to run a little name that indigo girls tune
contest on my site.  with real prizes, though i'm not sure what yet; i
want to give away daemon gift certificates but i don't know if they
sell them.  anyway, i'm not getting much traffic on my contest page
so...i thought i'd let all y'all in on it.  the contest url:
http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/frontrow/8979/special/contest.html
basically there are 10 wav files and you have to guess which songs
they come from.  anyway, hope you have fun.

end blatant publicity stunt

(as you may have noticed, i have become a bit of a space ghost fan
since i heard that jill gets blasted away by zorak in one episode.)

lori ann
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amy is the bomb!

she should be given a huge gold medal for all her hard work!

i love the list!

babs

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hey everyone ~
  i found the post of amy's clemson speech very stirring.  i think she's a
great woman.  (but don't we all?)  hope to re-print part of it in my high
school paper.  ehem . . .

  do russell carter and his people have a phone number to call?  i'm too
disenchanted with real letters, they seem rather bad about e-mail (e-mailed
them over a year ago and i *still* haven't heard back) . . . and anyhow, i
really need to speak to someone on their end.  if you've got rcam's phone #,
that would be great.  otherwise, i'll have to go through sony, and it ain't
gonna be pretty.  =o

~ elizabeth

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knew of a list that deals with web page making and computer language or one
for just beginners in it. any help would be appreciated. missy

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hey all--
this pertains to those of you in any time zone *besides* eastern...
at 9 p.m., the cable channel a&e (arts & entertainment) is airing a show
called investigative reports: the transgender revolution.
we don't have cable at the new house, :( so i wasn't able to see it.
(not to mention that i'm under my parents' roof, so even if we did have
cable, there's no way i could get away with watching it.  *sigh*.)

could someone in one of the other three time zones, or someone along the
west coast, *please* record this show for me?  i would really like to
see it.  i would highly recommend y'all to catch it, it sounds very
interesting.
please?  even if more than one person records it, the rest of y'all can
just reuse your tape and record over it... what have you got to lose?
(persuasion never hurts...)

hoping someone can help...
jill

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> from: cusick, joanne - aurora, co <joanne.cusick@cexp.com>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: sigc-birthdays for this week!!!!
> date: monday, october 05, 1998 1:28 pm
>
> hi guys.. much love from the birthday goddess who ran the race for the
> cure and now knows just how out of shape she is... where's the muscle
> cream????
>
>
>  libra
> (sept. 23 -oct. 23)
>   a child that you love very much is no longer a child but a young man,
> and you must face this before you let your caring and concern cause your
> temper to get out of control and ruin your relationship with him. beware
> the ides of march (even though it is october) this week as you could be
> undermined on the job without even knowing it, keep a careful eye on the
> one you think may be 'after' you and you will bring it to a dead stop
> before it gets out of hand. you also may be in for a new revelation from
> an angel visitation this week. don't ignore any dreams and you will see
> how they fit together to give you insight.
>

so true. this horoscope right here fits me to a te. when it talks about a
child it means the younger me that i will not deal with that was sexually
molested at late 15 to early 17 years of age by an old man on my
paperroute. the younger me is scared trying to force the older me to deal
with it. i am afaird because it hurts so bad that i break up in tears when
i try to deal with it. the younger me is afaird. it protected mom from the
truth when i was younger and now that i am older i have to face her with it
but i am afaird to even though i know he is dead and can not harm me. so
that first part of it is so true sorry to burden the list with this but it
has been bothering me and eating at me inside. i have to deal with it in
order to get on with my life. if i do not then i will always be at a stand
still. after listening to dreams well i am doing that. i got excepted into
bradford for computer applications and maybe programming. i am spending the
next 10 months learning everything i can about the computer so i can have
an edge above my classmates. as for dreams i am having a lot lately of the
past and some about the future. i try to ignore them but i do by some
notice. missy
> happy birthday to the following!!!
>
>
>
> october 5th (1975)
> holeman@cats.ucsc.edu(leslie)
>
> october 6
> bartap@law.georgetown.edu (peter a. barta)
>
> "whoever rescues a single soul from the children of man, scripture
> credits
> 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
>
> october 8 ('77)
> mweiss@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu (michelle rena weiss)
>
> october 9
> 100064.3337@compuserve.com (gail anthony)
>
> october 10
> alhastings@mindspring.com (allison hastings)
>
> october 10
> bronwen_besso-smith@sunshine.net(bronwen)
> ,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.
> ,,.
> "you don't have to like me for who i am but we'll see what you're made
> of by
> what you make of me"-ani difranco-willing to fight-
> .,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,
> .,,.
> "high school is like a sickness.trust me,the fever breaks.then you get
> over
> it."-dolores price-she's come undone-
> .,.,.,,.,.,,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,.,
> .,,.
>
> * 1200 curfews, 10 october 1995
>
> * watershed, 10 october 1995
>
>
> 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!!!  have a great
> day!
>
> much love to all....
>
> jo anne
>
>
> "entreat me not to leave you,
> or to turn back from following after you;
> for wherever you go, i will go,
> and wherever you lodge, i will lodge'
> your people shall be my people,
> and your god, my god,
> where you die, i will die,
> and there i will be buried.
> the lord do so to me, and more also,
> if anything but death parts you and me"
> ruth 1:16-17
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hey, ya'll!!

   sorry to keep bringing up this song, but i'm singing it in a talent
competition in a few weeks with a friend... i'm singing amy's part, and i was
wondering what the words are in the harmony that starts with "...trinkets of
temptation". i think she says at the end "what is amber, what is gold,
etc...." but what does she say the beginning, any clue? thanks for any help!

have a great week!
love,
katie (c:

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hey, ya'll!!

   sorry to keep bringing up this song, but i'm singing it in a talent
competition in a few weeks with a friend... i'm singing amy's part, and i was
wondering what the words are in the harmony that starts with "...trinkets of
temptation". i think she says at the end "what is amber, what is gold,
etc...." but what does she say the beginning, any clue? thanks for any help!

here ya go:
all the shiny little trinkets of temptation (make new friends)
something new instead of something old (but keep the old)
all you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface (and remember what is gold)
and it's fools gold fools gold fools gold (what is gold what is gold)

if you need any more words, they're in the jacket of the swamp ophelia
cd..good luck!
~megan

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 13:29:59 +1000
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hey folks,

i found this on rocktropolis (http://www.rocktropolis.com).
it's dated october 2nd.

-sherlyn
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sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au                  [sydney, australia]
"when they make the movie of my life,
  i hope they get somebody famous to direct it..."   - susan werner


night one of zack de la rocha's spitfire '98 proves inspiring

approximately 2,000 people turned out thursday night (oct. 1) at
littlejohn coliseum in clemson, s.c., for the first installment of
spitfire '98, a "word tour" put together by rage against the
machine's zack de la rocha.

billed as the first- ever "traveling tour of artists, musicians,
and activists in a format aimed to enlighten, entertain, and
instigate action regarding issues such as politics, gay rights,
environmental awareness, personal responsibility, and medical
marijuana," the three- hour event featured actor woody harrelson,
mtv vj kennedy, ex-nirvana bassist krist novoselic, and the indigo
girls' amy ray. rounding out the panel were gay and lesbian rights
advocate tracey conaty and marijuana activist todd mccormick.

after a brief video montage that featured clips of nirvana, rage
against the machine, and the indigo girls in performance,
novoselic introduced himself as moderator, as the rest of the
panel settled into living room furniture placed on one side of the
stage. novoselic then spoke eloquently of his youth, describing
his feelings of alienation and the sense of belonging that punk
music offered him. he also discussed the perils of censorship,
specifically focusing on jampac, an organization he fou
ded dedicated to preserving freedom of choice and expression in
music.

following novoselic, ray opened her presentation with the words,
"i'm here to talk about being a lesbian." theorizing that
homophobia is largely rooted in sexism, ray spoke movingly about
the pain inflicted by discrimination, saying that both homophobes
and sexists possess a misguided desire to control people's minds,
bodies, and value systems. her comments were echoed by conaty,
who delivered a brief talk before ray treated the audience to the
event's sole musical performance.

the most animated speaker of the night was kennedy, who paced the
stage while railing against a growing abdication of personal
responsibility that pervades the country, or a burgeoning
"culture of blame." citing the clinton scandal and the o.j.
simpson case as examples, she pointed out that wealth and power
seems to confer exemption from accountability for one's acts.

next up was mccormick, a cancer survivor and medicinal marijuana
activist whose expose on the nutritional benefits and practical
uses of hemp drew several whoops of applause. his comments paved
the way for harrelson, who spoke at length about environmental
issues. armed with financial data and political statistics, the
film star cited numerous instances in which the government
subsidizes industries that spread carcinogens and wreak havoc on
the eco-system. like the other speakers, he advised the audience
specifically on ways to promulgate change, especially through
political persuasion. he also spoke of constructing a web site in
the coming weeks (www.theamericanparty.com), through which
individuals could come together and develop strategies to
facilitate change.

not surprisingly, the event was met with scorn by conservative
activists who insisted the participants' goal was "to promote
homosexuality and recruit students into a gay lifestyle." four
groups -- operation standard, the council of conservative
citizens, citizens for traditional family values, and the
carolina family alliance -- issued a written statement
proclaiming, "queer rights is the goal, and recruiting is their
game plan." sarah haynes, one of the tour's organizers, put out
her own statement inviting detractors to come to the event and
engage in a dialogue. however, no groups showed up to protest.

-- russell hall

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 23:27:24 -0400
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i would just like to say i love the idea of this contest, even just as a
test of my ear...but i can't get #10, or the bonus and that is driving me
nuts :)

please drive through :)

--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:         mon, 5 oct 1998 20:29:08 pdt
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i already have a copy of the dayton, oh 11.15.97 show at the university
of dayton.  but my boot is one that someone made using a hand-held
recorder, and they were standing kind of far back in the crowd. (they
were also standing emily-side, i think, cause at the point in the boot
where em wishes stephanie (listee) a happy birthday, the sound of steph
and i shreiking cause, omg, em's just read our sign!, sounds very
far-away, and we were standing at amy's feet. but so i digress).  it's
maybe b- quality.

i do recall several months ago someone posted that they happened upon a
bootlegger at a non-ig show, and turns out this person had booted the
dayton show using a dat recorder.  i think maybe it was rick hodgin
(???) who met the guy and got a copy of the guy's boot and offered it to
the list.  i'm thinking this was sometime in early '98.  well, anyways,
i know there's a very good quality, digital recording of this show out
there somewhere...
can someone who has it please contact me? rick, was this you?  i
forget...

thanks...
jill
jill

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 20:45:09 pdt
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meggy said:
>all the shiny little trinkets of temptation (make new friends)
>something new instead of something old (but keep the old)
>all you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface (and remember what is
gold)
>and it's fools gold fools gold fools gold (what is gold what is gold)

i have to be a smitty and insist that it's
make new friends but keep the old/ one is silver/ one is gold
...ya know, like the old adage.

jill

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meggy said:
>all the shiny little trinkets of temptation (make new friends)
>something new instead of something old (but keep the old)
>all you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface (and remember what is
gold)
>and it's fools gold fools gold fools gold (what is gold what is gold)

i have to be a smitty and insist that it's
make new friends but keep the old/ one is silver/ one is gold
...ya know, like the old adage.

jill

** just reporting what it says in the cd jacket...sing whatever you want, i
don't think the girls would mind a little improv :) ~megan**

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 00:20:20 -0400
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men answer lilith

washington (reuters) - the boys have come up with an answer to the wildly
successful all-female lilith fair. usa today reports that the male singer
songwriter tour is set to kick off oct. 13 in solano beach, calif. the
show includes jewel songwriter steve poltz, pete droge and glen phillips,
formerly of toad the wet sproket. the newspaper says the tour will
continue in ventura, calif., san francisco, portland, ore., eugene, ore.,
seattle and salt lake city.

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 00:09:50 -0600
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i'm gonna be a double smitty and nyah-nyah at jilly - meg's right.  on the
cd it is clearly sung, "make new friends/but keep the old/and remember what
is gold" just as she reported.  *wink, nudge* jilly!

~~jennifer
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
too many hands on my time, too many feelings
too many things on my mind
when i leave i don't know what i'm hoping to find
when i leave i don't know what i'm leaving behind...
  ~~neil peart
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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>i have to be a smitty and insist that it's
>make new friends but keep the old/ one is silver/ one is gold
>...ya know, like the old adage.
>
>jill

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 00:51:41 -0400
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subject:      re: being to work on learning more computer and was wondering if
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go to

http://www.htmlgoodies.com


start with the primer then do the basic tutorial


on mon, 5 oct 1998, melissa singhaus wrote:

> knew of a list that deals with web page making and computer language or one
> for just beginners in it. any help would be appreciated. missy
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can anyone on the list help me locate-the hult center, eugene, or boot from
4/4/97 with ferron and jamie sieber and least complicated boot-does this
one have the duet with ferron-stand up? anyone know? thanks, be glad to
trade, just let me know. peace, karen

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 22:40:59 pdt
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>meggy said:
>>all you gotta do is scratch beneath the surface (and remember what is
>gold)
>>and it's fools gold fools gold fools gold (what is gold what is gold)

and then i said:
>i have to be a smitty and insist that it's
>make new friends but keep the old/ one is silver/ one is gold

...but i'm taking it back.
i put the disc in my computer cd player, turned the treble (em) way
down, and the bass (amy) all the way up.  here's what i heard: make new
friends but keep the old/ but remember what is gold.
meggers is right.  :)

jill


if not dropping 20 pounds is gutsy, then i guess i am...
i'd be even more inspirational if i gained another 20.
i could do that.
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>jewel songwriter steve poltz, pete droge and glen phillips,
>formerly of toad the wet sproket. tour will
>continue in ventura, calif., san francisco, portland, ore., eugene,
ore.,
>seattle and salt lake city.

wow!  it's a snag tour de force!  cool.  on a sarcastic note, i must
say: ooh, 3 whole states.  *that's* sure showin' those ladies of lilith!
they gotta have more stops than that, no?..

and *why* is listguy tim not on there?!

jill

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 22:54:27 pdt
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tig-the-snig said:
>i'm gonna be a double smitty and nyah-nyah at jilly - meg's right.
>it is clearly sung, "and remember what is gold"

yeahhh tig we'll see if i live wit *you*s now....

nyaah

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 02:17:01 edt
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jill wrote:

<< wow!  it's a snag tour de force!  cool.  on a sarcastic note, i must
say: ooh, 3 whole states.  *that's* sure showin' those ladies of lilith!
they gotta have more stops than that, no?..

and *why* is listguy tim not on there?!
  >>

hmmm.....actually, i have opened for steve poltz's band, the *rugburns* on a
couple of occasions.....nice guys.....*holliston street* off their *morning
wood* cd is a big favorite here....

actually, the tour sounds more like a pr man's idea to exploit the jewel
connection than anything else....but anything that helps any singer/songwriter
(irrespective of gender) to be heard is a step in the right direction....

has anyone on the list heard of richard buckner????

thanks for the good thoughts jill.....

tim
who's hoping to be the first guy asked to play at lilith......;)

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date:         mon, 5 oct 1998 23:46:31 +0000
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okay, sorry, but i have to ask...can anyone tell me what's with this glen
being *formerly* of toad? did they break up? is the article writer wrong? i'd
appreciate info. muchas gracias.
-sam (11 hours 'til her midterm paper is due and still only a few lines written)

mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
>
glen phillips,
> formerly of toad the wet sproket.e

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 17:15:41 +1000
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hey folks -

amy said:
> the cost for each m, l, or xl shirt is $11, including shipping. please add
> an additional $1 for xxl or xxxl shirts (which are available).

if any australia/nz folks want these shirts, it might
make sense for us to do a combined order or something -
let me know asap if you want to do this, otherwise i'll
just go ahead and order my own...

:)
sherlyn

ps - great job amy!
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hey all--
got these dates from janis' snail mail mailing list (the rude girl
express, c/o heymann mailing service, 5609 fishers lane #3b, rockville,
md 20852, or http://www.songs.com/janisian ).  yes, this is *really*
advance notice for some of these shows (hey, 8 months is adequate to
plan a roadtrip, no? ;)).  so save this post, i guess.  or write all the
dates down in your planner, which is what i do. couldn't keep 'em all
straight otherwise ;).

one last note:
it says here in the newsletter that if you want janis to come to your
town (and she is *amazing* and nice as hell, just *so* laid-back and
down-to-earth in her godlike t-shirt, you'd hardly know she's a folk
*legend*, so trust me, you *want* her to come to your town!), contact
your local theater's manager or booker and give them this booking info:

attention: madina salaty
the agency group
1775 broadway, suite 433
new york, ny 10019
(212) 581-3100  x11
fax (212) 581-0015

now here's the tourdates:

10.9.98
elgin il, elgin community college performing arts cntr. (solo)

10.10.98
palos hills il, moraine valley community college (solo)

10.31.98
nyc, the astraeo foundation (mc & presentation award to ronnie gilbert)

11.06.98
lebanon nh, lebanon opera house (humaine society benefit)(solo)

11.07.98
champaign il, virginia theater, u. of illinois (solo)

11.14.98
w. palm beach fl, kaplan jewish community center (solo)

1.9.99
new haven ct, shubert performing arts center

1.23.99
chester ny, bodle's opera house (solo) (tentative)

1.25.99
nyc, madison sq. garden (history of women in music)---> now that sounds
like something this list would be interested in attending...

2.13.99
e. whippany nj, jewish community center (solo)

2.19.99
easton pa, center for the arts (solo)

2.20.99
elmer nj, appel farm arts/ music cntr. (solo)

2.24.99
albuquerque nm, folk alliance concert (solo)---> this too sounds great..
too bad it's so far away... have you heard of the folk alliance? look it
up on the net... good way to get connected.

2.25.99
albuquerque nm, folk alliance master class

3.13.99
williamsport pa, community arts cntr. (w/ don mclean)

5.15.99
cleveland (yaaaah!!!), phil ochs tribute concert (venue tba)--->i've
heard some listpeeps mention this show before... were you mulling over
whether or not the girls would be there?  any other info on this would
be muchly appreciated.  i think this is going to happen at the rock
hall.  yes, the rock hall, the place where thalia zedek, punk legend,
gets *kicked out* (oh the irony, a rocker getting kicked out of a museum
built to celebrate, uhm, *rockers*).  the place where all their concerts
are tribute concerts.  all tributes, all the time.  and all your money,
too... the last tribute that sounded remotely interesting (i do believe
the girls were there, a coupla years ago) cost something like $100 a
head.  or so i heard.  i couldn't afford it.

jill

"defenestration is never the answer, but refenestration can earn you
cash with a house painting company."      --random listee

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  a number of versions to this were posted a little while back, and i sat down
with those and the acoustic cafe recording to see what was going on.  i'm
pretty sure this is the most accurate version to date, and if anyone feels
other wise we can just step outside . . . only kidding!  it's pretty much a
combo of all that came before, just rearranged.  if you can find a mistake,
let me know, please.

~ elizabeth, who can't spell "kakadoo" correctly and isn't going to apologize
for it.

****
gone again
by amy elizabeth ray

all chords two measures, and "c - cx" is played as a measure of c and then,
you guessed it, a measure of cx.

cx is fingered: 020030
d9:                 xx0230

*intro* <g     em     c - cx     d>   x 2

*verse 1*
            g
think i'll bag a trip for two
          em
pack it to kakadoo
                c                   cx
and honey it's not for the weather
         d                  d9
or the lack of loving you
           g
i've got all this in between
                em
something i could not forsee.
                c                          cx
and all the deals i made don't matter
    d                      d9
if i can't just let you be

*chorus*
         em
gone again
         g
gone again
c                  cx               am
there ain't no way that i'm gonna
                   d
let this heart mend
         g
gone again.  *rest*

*verse 2*
walked in king's cross for awhile
i gave a junkie girl a smile
we both traded in for danger
for the company of strangers
she said all her family
was at the welfare agency.
and then she swindled my last twenty
for a kiss and some poetry

*chorus*

*bridge* <g    em    c    d> x 2  **please note, "c" not "c - cx"

*verse three*
         g (strum it out and hold two measures)
so if i don't make kakadoo
                em (ditto here)
well i'll be at the rainbow room
               c (back to normal, you know the drill)
and i'll be courting some
cx
disaster
d                                      d9
with the melborne wreckin' crew

honey all this is to say
that every dog don't got it's day
if we take the love we're giving
and we throw it all away

*final chorus*
gone again
gone again
there ain't no way that i'm gonna let this heart mend
             em
it's gone again
             g
it's gone again
c                  cx                        am              d
there ain't no way that i'm gonna let this heart mend
         g
gone again

*outro* <g    em    c (-cx)   d    g>  whistle here!  i know you can!


~ another wish monster tab
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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 07:41:31 -0400
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you sent me a tape with no instructions!!!

grateful,

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forwarded from the newsgroup:


to everyone who listens to a female singer (and to everyone else too):

hello everybody. first off, sorry about the crosspost; but this is something
that ought to concern us all - as fans of shirley manson, courtney love,
tori amos, stevie nicks, ruby, mariah carey and all the other talented
female musicians out there. we're all fans of fine quality, intelligent
female music - and it's time to take action against those that threaten us.

a little while recently, in alt.music.sophie-hawkins, ms hawkins herself
posted the following message. it is a cry for fans of integrity and
creativity to fight against sony records, who are frankly trying to screw
her:

"hey everybody out there this is sophie b. hawkins, i need your help in
getting my record out, it's been done for a year and we are in a stalemate
over the banjo, which is the instrument on which i wrote my song "lose your
way". any way, please call the sony guys at the general number in new york
212 833 8000. unfortunately, the guys you'll be talking to aren't in
control, but they can hopefully get the message to the big guys. thank you
so much, your faithfull songwriter, sophie b."

what she wants, and what we should all want, is to protest blatant
commercial screwing over of our artists' integrity and creative freedoms.
rather than phonecalling, we have been organising for people to email sony
records over this issue. all emails are
being faxed to sophie b whose goal is to go to sony records in one month and
personally slap stacks of email on the sony president's desk. so if you can
get anyone to email or post please do so. bottom line, the issue is artistic
integrity and freedom.

we have set up a specific e-mail account for this at
sophiebhawkins@flagg.net
all emails will be faxed to sophie, and hand delivered to sony.

website info on project cracker/lose your way is at
http://www.vudu.com/sophie/protest/index.html
this includes links and banners, but also a handwritten note of thanks and
verification from sophie.

please help us fight. it could be pj harvey they try to jerk around next. or
bjork, sheryl crow, heather nova, alanis morisette or *anybody*!

thank you
~mike t

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sheryl jones
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu
cooper seay's next show:
atlanta, star bar, oct 12 **free!!!**

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>
> heartache central time-- now this bugger is really interesting.  dig
> that organ metronome.  where's lawrence welk and that bubble machine? ;)
> again, *where* is this crazy piece from?  it kills me.
>
>jill

i love this song - the opening few bars of the organ always reminds me
of that song by prince (as in the artist formerly know as) - oh, the
name escapes me at the moment, but it's the one that begins with "dearly
beloved . . . "

does anyone know if amy wrote "heartache central", or is it a cover of
someone else's song?

elaine

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  the other night i was playing a computer game or something and i put
_strange fire_ on "repeat all".  well, i got tired and finally crawled into
bed and forgot to turn the repeat off so i listened to it all night.  i
ended up having this dream that had a girl i liked a lot a few years ago,
though nothing came of it really.  we've lost contact with each other and
so i woke up in kinda' at like 3am or something.  i lacked the energy to
turn the repeat off so i fell back asleep and kept waking up every hour or
so.  it seemed that everytime i did the song was really sad.  i guess
_strange fire_ is a slower more mellow album or something, but i've been
listening to a lot recently and really enjoying it.  i'm a big cure fan and
when i first bought _disintegration_ i didn't particulary like it (compared
with _wish_ and _kiss me x3_).  but after awhile it became my favorite
album.  it's been the same with _strange fire_.  i was wondering what the
other listees thought of it, and if you're feelings have been the same.

the sfc

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about the sony / sophie thing:  if an artist signs a record contract,
they've already given up a lot of their artistic rights.  remember, the
record companies are just trying to make money, and if they think a
banjo song is wrong for her record, and figure it's just wasting their
money, they certainly don't have to release it.  it's a huge swap - the
record companies give you money, they expect you to record hits that
will sell, not just anything that suits an artist's whim.  hence the
term "sell-out".  if sophie wants to do her own thing, she should go
independent like ani, then she won't have to answer to anyone.

the big record companies sign hundreds of bands every year - many of
those bands, you'll never hear because they choose not to release the
records that are made because they don't 'hear a hit' - all the majors
are looking for artists with hit singles, and choosing not to support
artists over the long haul, that's why there's so many one-hit-wonders
right now.

it sucks what's going on in the record business.  lots of great artists
of the past took several records to gain a following - like rem.  they'd
probably never have 'made it' if they came along now.

grumble grumble grumble .... meanderings of a frustrated musician....

tara

tara lane
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hey ya'll - you know that movie gung ho? with michael keaton?  i saw it
this weekend and i swear i thought i saw amy in it.  this is the second
time i've seen this movie and thought that amy was in it - but i'm sure
it's not - but man - it really looks and sounds like her.  there's a
scene where the keaton character has a fight with the george wendt
character in a grocery store and they cut to a checkout girl who says,
"clean-up, aisle three..." and it could be amy's twin.  does anybody own
this movie on video and can check out the credits, just to make sure?
i've searched the net to no avail.  i think i'm losin' it ya'll.

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sorry this took so long to get back to this - here's my transcription of
amy's 'boys just laugh' as performed at the 9:30 club:
-------------------------------------------------------------
the boy, he thinks i'm damaged goods
i guess he does and i knew he would
i dress like him and i'll take him down
he gets embarrassed when his friends come around

i can get the girl, but the boy just laughs
i can get the girl, but the boy just laughs

guess all this is a measure of me
even though it shouldn't be
the lion lays down with the lamb
but i can't do it so i ain't worth a damn

i can get the girls, but the boys just laugh
i can get the girls, but the boys just laugh at me

come on now angel, i said i want you to be
come on now special, i said i want you to be
come on now social, you know i want you to be
you know i want you... [right here it's unclear whether there's maybe a
trailing off whispered 'to be...']

am i the virgin in your woods?
are you all that's strong and all that's good?
i'll be the needle for your skin.
ask me now and i will push it in.

i can - get the girls, but the boys just laugh
i can get the girls but the boys just laugh at me
i can get the girls, oh but the boys just laugh

you know this is a measure of me
and even though it shouldn't be
the lion lays down with the lamb
but i can't do it, so i ain't worth a damn
-------------------------------------------------------------------

so, back to my original question - what is going through amy's head
here?  just wanting to hear ya'll's opinion.  and once again - if some
stupid boy laughs at her, why would she care, because obviously, in this
situation, we must consider the source.  maybe sometimes it hurts
anyway.

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the entire music industry is a male answer to lilith.

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well, at first glance i'd say she's upset about the idea that it's
wrong to be gay.  if she can't lay with a man then she isn't worth
anything.  some "stupid boy" laughing at her wouldn't be a problem, but
this is the whole world laughing at her about something she feels
strongly about.

the sfc

>so, back to my original question - what is going through amy's head
>here?  just wanting to hear ya'll's opinion.  and once again - if some
>stupid boy laughs at her, why would she care, because obviously, in this
>situation, we must consider the source.  maybe sometimes it hurts
>anyway.

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did you  read the spitfire transcript? it sounds to me as if the sort of
discomfort amy said she felt about herself after the school cancellations
might have inspired this song. she mentioned walking around feeling
embarrassed about the way she dressed, etc. maybe? also, i think its more,
sort of, pointed and ironic than it is her honestly feeling bad that she
can't get guys.

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hey!
does anyone have a good boot of any pro-choice benefit show that the girls
played at?  i'd really like to have a copy.  we can set up a trade if
you'd like.  my boot page is at http://www.angelifre.com/ca2/indigodar
thanks y'all!
:-) karen

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 13:31:22 -0500
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write something!!! im falling asleep at my desk!!!
c'mon boys and girls...lets think......ok.....


..........i spy something.............indigo...in my office...any
guesses????

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 12:27:31 -0500
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okay..going to move this weeek. from tulsa to mesa arizona...any guesses
as to how many indigo girl songs it will take to get to the middle of
arizona.....like the tottsie roll pop thingy...gonna count em to stay
awake..///sparkie gonna have to sign off soon....sniff, sniff..

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 11:30:43 -0600
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does anyone else have a salvation army in their town with the big emblem
painted on the side that says "blood and fire" on it? because i was
driving past the salvation army yesterday and was completely shocked,
surprised, and what-have-you to see the name of one of the beloved ig
songs emblazoned on the side of it. made my day. i was just wondering if
that's a common occurrence or if missoula's special. so, everybody go
check out your local salvation army and find out.

amy m.

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how about anyone wanting to answer a question.....

which ig song reminds you most of your life/experiences the year after
high school...whether it be first year of college or what have
you....many of my friends have mentionned to me certain songs that
totally spoke to their experiences during that time period and id be
interested to hear how this varies across a broader population.

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hey, someone just asked me if this song's gonna be on the next album.  i
would doubt it - because it's so personal.  that got me wondering - has
this song been performed anywhere other than the 9:30 club ngltf
benefit?  if so, where? when?

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the wood song............"the prize is always worth the rocky ride"
"but if the weather holds, we'll have missed the point...that's where i need
to go"
an amazing song... no matter how many times you listen to it..
troop

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after thinking a moment i would say watershed: "every five years or so i
look back on my life and i have a good laugh..."  why?  well high school
was a very rough time for me in the beginning - dealing with suicidal
ideation 9th and 10th grade...it was only after a heart to heart with my
mom that i started to change...and graduation from hs and heading for
college was a triumph for me.  and i had to laugh because life was better
than i had expected it to be :)

--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"

                                *****

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just so you know, i loved you then, i guess i always will."
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well...ill add mine...my freshman year was when i came out...and i was
working in downtown boston with an internship in a supportive living
program  for individuals with aids, and three times a week i had an
hour-long subway ride and a 15 minute waslk....and every day i brought 1
cd with me....and played the same song every time as i got off the train
for the walk...and i think back and remember that walk...and how alive i
felt....and i get all twisted up inside...in a good way...

anyway, the song i put on for the walk each day was fugitive....i doubt
that the song was even written in that context but at that time i was
constantly aware of like....2 selves....me....and me the lesbian...if
that makes sense...

guess thats about it


--kim

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 14:07:04 -0500
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okay.  i'm going out to buy a guitar today and, of course, the first thing
i want to do is learn an ig song.  does anyone have a suggestion of what a
relatively easy song might be?  and i decided that maybe that $1800 martin
is more than i need right now.  no matter how beautiful it looks, feels and
sounds.

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i'm still digesting amy's spitfire comments...its scary to think that
someone who has been "out" for as long as amy has, who has done so much
to help and inspire gays and lesbians (i mean,it was something amy said
in the liner notes for 1200 curfews that helped me to open up about my
attraction to women, even though i was terrified that people wouldn't
accept me), would still be hurt that deeply by the high school
cancellations as to question her "acceptability".  it breaks my heart to
picture her second-guessing her clothing, her language, all the parts of
her self that make her her.  i've felt that way so many times, either in
the context of being "too tomboyish" or, after coming out, "too
feminine"...of feeling that i, in some way am, just for being myself,
unwelcome.

i'm reminded of my own high school--i didn't know that i was attracted
to women when i was there.  but several years later, when i was home on
spring break, i had the chance to talk with the director of the local
glbt community center (about a project i was working on back at school),
and he asked me what high school i had gone to.  when i told him, he
told me that he had personally spoken to three students at my school who
had attempted to get transfers after they were harassed about their
sexuality, and that the principal (with whom i had been on  good terms,
being the driven little 4.0 honors student that i was) refused to help
them or intervene to stop the harassment.  that same year, he (the
principal) tried to stop the school paper from running an ad for the
youth programs at the glbt center (i think his quote was something to
the effect of "we don't need it...we don't have any gay students"), and
one of the students in the class fought against him, getting various
groups involved, until the ad finally ran.  and this was in california,
45 minutes from san francisco.  it makes me angry...but it also makes me
angry at myself, because i thought at the time of writing the principal
a letter, but never did.  i take it for granted that my parents and
friends were generally supportive, that no one said anything while i
drove around with every rainbow sticker imaginable on the back of my
car...but even that--the idea that i should cross my fingers and bite my
tongue and hope that no one complains that i'm being too vocal, too
extreme--that shows how much fear i still keep inside...and phone calls
at work when i mute the words i mean to say, the polite nod or smile
when someone asks me if hollywood's hunk-o-tha-month is cute.  i don't
know the answer, let alone what i'm asking, or what i'm really trying to
say...but i can't shake this case of amy-on-the-brain.  maybe this fits
into the "do the ig's make you smarter?"...i don't know about smarter,
but wiser, more unflinching, more aware of the hope and the hurt going
on around you...which, granted, leaves me feeling like i'm living in the
middle of a painful amy song, but it also lets me see a lot of things
that i might otherwise not see.

ramblin' like there's no tomorrow,
shelley

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hey gang,

just got word on some free shows coming up in nyc.  e-mail me for more
details in any of these interest you.

mon oct 12 late- natalie merchant
tue oct 13 early- david byrne w/band & balanescu quartet:
thur oct 15 early- liz phair
sun oct 18 time tba- elvis costello & burt bacharach:
tueoct 20 early- brian setzer orchestra
fri oct 23 early- rufus wainwright
fri oct 23 late- afro-cuban all stars

cheers,
l'sly

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re: shed your skin.  -  i actually like my interpretation of this song
better ;)  don't care if it's accurate or not, i'm going to stick with
it and remain blissfully ignorant of it's true meaning.  i was unaware
of the snake/religious/political/feminist significance this song has,
and i always thought this song was simply about pure lust and sex, about
wanting your lover etc. etc.  when you think of it in those terms, it's
an incredibly sexy song.  i always thought the phrase "shed your skin"
was a euphemism for . . . well, you know.  did anyone else think similar
stuff about this song? or am i the only one who has her mind in the
gutter?  (and the only one who's willing to embarass herself by
admitting it, anyway)

elaine

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a toughie...either power of two or blood & fire, i guess. power of two was the
song my g/f was always leaving on my machine...always quoting...it was our
song. i can't listen to that song without smelling pot and old spice, and
feeling her beside me. blood & fire...kinda obvious i guess. speaks of the
relationship, that the entire summer after my senior year (a
whole...gasp...month and a half ago??), i was entirely suicidal. :-)
mick

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 14:07:52 pdt
reply-to:     shelley miller <strange_fire66@hotmail.com>
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you know, i took a woman's studies class in college where we spent two
weeks discussing whether or not frankenstein could be construed as a
"feminist" novel...and in the end, the general consensus was that the
only way we'd know for sure would be to hear it straight from mary
shelley's mouth.  trying to comment on a song that i've never heard
seems to be much the same sort of task.  still, me being me, i figure
i'll take a few stabs...

>the boy, he thinks i'm damaged goods
>i guess he does and i knew he would
>i dress like him and i'll take him down
>he gets embarrassed when his friends come around

amy may be talking sarcastically, but i think, underneath, she's more
than a little bit hurt.  given her comments at spitfire (and other
interviews i've read), it wouldn't come as a surprise for her to be
sensitive to being rejected or laughed at...besides, what was it she
said in that interview (within the last year, i think)--i know she's
said something about wishing she was attracted to men as well as women,
because she likes men and male energy...maybe she just wishes that this
fictional "he" would surprise her by looking at/listening to something
other than the "surface" (the way she dresses or acts).

>guess all this is a measure of me
>even though it shouldn't be
>the lion lays down with the lamb
>but i can't do it so i ain't worth a damn

let's see...the lion would be the "big, strong" man, and the lamb a
"properly feminine, demure" woman...since the speaker here is not that,
she's taken out of contention whether or not she even means to be.  i
think she's interpreting (interpolating?) what she's sure the guy is
thinking when she says "i can't...so i ain't worth a damn".

>come on now angel, i said i want you to be
>come on now special, i said i want you to be
>come on now social, you know i want you to be
>you know i want you... [right here it's unclear whether there's maybe a
>trailing off whispered 'to be...']

hmm...these things sound like something a hypothetical guy would be
saying to a hypothetical girl...in a bar, somewhere late at night.  he
sugars her up, but at the same time suggests what he "want[s her] to be"
(which would seem to be something other than she is)...not necessarily
the "boy" in question in the song, but the woman's take on what the guy
is thinking, would be saying, if she was the kind of woman that he would
say these things to.

>am i the virgin in your woods?
>are you all that's strong and all that's good?
>i'll be the needle for your skin.
>ask me now and i will push it in.

the first two lines further set up the whole masculine man vs. feminine
woman situation--its almost a fairy tale kind of set up (which are,
after all, some of the first gender lessons us girls get).  but the
needle...i can think of a lot of symbolism and possible takes on this,
but i'm not sure how it fits in in the context of this song (but its a
great, very amy, line!)...

>-------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>so, back to my original question - what is going through amy's head
>here?  just wanting to hear ya'll's opinion.  and once again - if some
stupid boy laughs at her, why would she care, because obviously, in this
situation, we must consider the source.  maybe sometimes it hurts
anyway.

i don't know that it's "one stupid boy".  maybe one "boy" said something
to prompt the song, but i think its more a reaction to a whole series of
"boys", to society as a whole and how it takes (doesn't take) to women
who don't fit into the mold of traditional gender
roles/behavior/clothes, and how, even if she wanted guys, she'd have a
hard time finding one open-minded and thick-skinned enough to take her
as she is (or as she presents herself).  and i think it does hurt, even
if one isn't particularly interested (in a sexual sort of way) in
another person, it still hurts to be rejected or cast off like
that...because sexuality, while an important part of someone's life,
isn't the only part.  and to reject a person on the basis of how they
dress, or their orientation, or the language or mannerisms they use, is
to make that one part of them the only part, overlooking the person, in
all her/his complexities underneath...

my five bucks and fourty cents,
shelley

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on tue, 6 oct 1998, sheryl jones wrote:

> okay.  i'm going out to buy a guitar today and, of course, the first thing
> i want to do is learn an ig song.  does anyone have a suggestion of what a
> relatively easy song might be?  and i decided that maybe that $1800 martin

        if you get a guitar capo (get a shubb, get a shubb, that's what ig
use and i love mine), "reunion" is a very easy song to play.  "strange
fire" is pretty easy, too; as a general rule amy's older songs are much
easier to play than emily's, owing to the fact that amy's chord vocabulary
isn't as extensive and her songs are structurally a lot simpler and less
reliant on a lead guitar part.  "world falls" and "joking" are also pretty
easy, and the rhythm part of "hand me downs," once you get the rhythm
down, isn't so hard either.  "closer to fine," which *is* of course an
emily song, is fairly easy too, if you can get the rhythm right.
        and i know how you feel about that martin guitar.  ;)  right now
i have an epiphone pr100, which cost me about $220 and is pretty
decent-sounding.  i'm saving up for a martin dm, which i believe runs
about $600-$800 . . .


        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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amy ray writes:
<< i dress like him...i can get the girl, but the boy just laughs...
guess all this is a measure of me/even though it shouldn't be/the lion lays
down with the lamb/but i can't do it so i ain't worth a damn...
i'll be the needle for your skin./ask me now and i will push it in.>>

i write:
  first off...here's this song where, yes, amy expresses guilt and pain all
stemming from her xx chromosomes, and then we dive into the last quoted line
(needle, push, etc); like "would it make it better if my body were different?"
  through all this crap that surrounds the supposed "final fronteer" in
discrimination...a friend of mine is a "psycho-christian."  in her
brainwashed-mind, being gay isn't about love, but rather sex.  in that case,
the only thing seperating a lesbian from a hetero male is the body.  if one
can break it down to such a neandrethal mentality, it is easy to see where amy
may be coming from with that line.
  beyond that, i'd like to say my own observation in life has been: being gay
doesn't get any easier, only being assimilated. (ie, they got rid of the
crappy waterfountains, but the problem is still there, type thing.) because
what it comes down to is that "gay" is a difference.  yes, it's love.  no,
it's not wrong.  but it is "different".  i believe people are genetically
programed as a survival instinct or something to reject difference -- even in
themselves.  which is why even when people *intellectually understand* and
*know* "gay" isn't wrong or bad, they still feel "creeped out" about it -- and
why "established lesbians" like amy can still feel uncomfortable with
themselves, even when they know in their hearts *it's alright*!  someone said
they didn't believe amy really "feels bad" she isn't attracted to guys, but i
argue she does.  she wouldn't have written the song if she didn't.  and i
think, as she said at clemson, she feels bad that she feels bad about it.  as
far as i can make out, this isn't uncommon as a lesbian mentality.  it sucks,
and we need to overcome it.  you know, i spend my days in a building with
people who's only problem with homosexuality is "it's creepy."  maybe instead
of deciding this is hiding some deeper issue, we should look at what they're
saying, because we -- lesbians, gays, and allies alike -- to often tell it to
our own selves.  not even amy, apparently, is immune.

off the soapbox
~ elizabeth

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 18:25:45 -0600
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i just wanted to tell everyone who has been posting about this topic how
thought-provoking and intellegent i think your comments have been. esp.
elisabeth and, well, i can't remember the names of the others but...
i love hearing what you have to say!

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 19:25:53 -0700
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i have everyone's order here, but out of place. if you have something from
me waiting to do e-mail me a list of what it is and if you sent a specific
tape. my cat had a field day and knocked them off. i have been busy with
working 46 hour days and teaching myself more computer stuff that i haven't
had a chance to work on them, but i hope to get a lot of them done this
weekend. the lady who sent the magazine i haven't gotten your white dot
done  yet, but i have not forgotten. missy

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 19:34:40 -0400
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hi!  i'm new to the list and have some easy ig song suggestions:

i play the guitar (and yes sheryl, pass that $1800 one right by and go for
a nice big washburn --actually a smaller one is great for someone getting
used to the body of a guitar)

anyway, chords c, d, e, a and g will get you through just about anything!
the following ig songs would be great to get started:

shame on you:
a
my friends they wash the windows
d9                       e
and they shine in the sun
a
they say wake up early in the morning sometime
                    d9                e
and see what a beautiful job we've done

--just keep repeating the pattern througout the song

land of canaan has only two chords -- g and c

g                       c                   g                   c
you can go to the east to find your, your inner hemisphere

good luck!

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 18:43:17 -0500
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this was already mentioned, but land of canaan was the *first* song i
learned to play on my guitar, and will always hold a special place in my
heart because of that. nashville too, with a capo, and i don't wanna know
isn't too hard, just a bit fast... ghost was the first 'fingerpicking'
song that i've slogged through so far... and i finally got closer to fine
down well enough to play along with the cd, so i'm a happy camper! :)

--just another guitar newbie...*sigh*

amy

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 16:59:11 -0700
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on tue, 6 oct 1998, amy m. swenson wrote:

> song that i've slogged through so far... and i finally got closer to fine
> down well enough to play along with the cd, so i'm a happy camper! :)

        speaking of "closer to fine" again, is it just me, or is the
version on _indigo girls_ pitched differently from the _1200 curfews_
version?  or is my guitar just out of tune or something?  i can play
along with the _1200 curfews_ version just fine, but when i try it with
the ig album version, it just sounds . . . off somehow.  as if i'm tuned
a half-step too low.  anybody got any ideas?  :/

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 20:04:30 -0400
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i'm the new list member that just wrote in about the easy ig songs, and i
should have let y'all know that i'm not ara, i'm diane (or just di).  it's
my b-friends computer and his name is what's showing.

if anyone ever needs to send something to me directly, just put "diane"
somewhere in the subject heading and i'll get it.

thanks!
di

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 16:54:53 -0700
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aside from the sony site, (too small), does anyone happen to know a url
that has the various album covers?  it'd be cool to have images of them
larger than the little 1"x1" on the sony site.  email me privately so the
list doesn't overflow.  :-)

thanks!

tracy
tracy
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amy sang this song at the michigan womyns music festival this last august
1998.
wow...was it ever intense!!
also, although i posted this once a couple days ago.  did anyone boot the mwmf
show???  haven't heard from anyone about this yet...please, please, please
tell me someone taped this.  --peace-- trish

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hi y'all--
like bryan, i like "strange fire"--doesn't it seem to be more mellow
than the other albums?  i have sf on cassette right now (will buy the cd
eventually), but i play it over and over again on my walkman while i do
housework or drive.  i like all of the songs on it, whereas when i first
bought it "left me a fool" stuck out in my mind, since
there has been several times i have played the fool.  then, listening to
"i don't wanna know" and "land of canaan" is so much fun--"i'm not your
land of canaan, sweetheart, waiting for you under the sun..."  lately,
"make it easier" makes me thoughtful...how emily sings about living out
the american dream.  wow.  we all have that privilege, don't we?
there has been times, when i have requested songs on the radio, or my
brain is listening for a particular song, and i have fallen asleep
already, pretty deeply, and then, all of a sudden, i would wake up as my
brain recognized the chords/tune of the song i wanted to hear.  it
happened when i requested "jack and diane" one time when i was staying
in napa valley, and listening to a san francisco radio station in
december 1993.
sometimes, phrases from the songs of ig would just start playing in my
head, and then, in order to 'name that tune' i'd have to keep on playing
it until i hit the chorus, or something that gave me a clue to the title
of the song! *laugh*
diane :) - who likes patty griffin's one big love, and lucy lee's don't
stop asking on the lilith promo cd of new artists (besides anggun, k's
choice, emm gryner...)

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date:         tue, 6 oct 1998 20:50:09 -0400
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subject:      re: nigc mans answer to lilith
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on tue, 6 oct 1998, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:

> show includes jewel songwriter steve poltz, pete droge and glen phillips,
> formerly of toad the wet sproket. the newspaper says the tour will


toad broke up? when did this happen? i had a very memorable first date at
one of their concerts and i've become quite a fan.


peter a. barta
bartap@law.georgetown.edu

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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..."
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ken davidsen is playing a 1/2 hour set at the sidewalk cafe in nyc (corner
of avenue a and 6th street) on tuesday, october 20th. he will be one of
several independent singer songwriters playing some great music at a very
cool venue. there's a $3 drink minimum but otherwise the show is free. not
only has ken been one of my closest friends for nearly a decade, he's also
immensely talented. if any of you are in the area, i would urge you tyo go
out and support indy music.

tell 'em peter sent ya! ( =

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<<  it's been the same with _strange fire_.  i was wondering what the
other listees thought of it, and if you're feelings have been the same.
  the sfc
  >>
this is the best list ever . . . .

this, folks has to be said.  it just has to be pushed out and born!!!!!!!!!
it takes me back to the summer of 1991.  i was driving to the grand teton
nat'l park from dallas, tx with my aunt, a methodist minister and hairy-legged
feminist.  she put in _strange fire_ just as we were pulling out of texas at
6am, and she put it on repeat.  the entire trip can be remembered by the smell
of the tetons and the sound of "hey jesus."  i was 15 years-old, and that was
a defining moment for me...that's when i woke up!  and that's when the
quote....y'all know the quote i'm talking about...from "left me a fool" about
heroes slapped me across the face.  my aunt, my dad's sister, was my hero.
but, after my dad died, i learned what having heroes meant......stop with the
cheese, chee!
ok, well, it's true...that album was like the freakin' h bomb when it went off
in my head...sorry, didn't mean to associate ig with war.  but, it was
intense, man.

-chee

"so, who's that guy with the blue eyeshadow?"
-david, my brother-in-law
(does that suffice, jill?)

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<< which ig song reminds you most of your life/experiences the year after
high school...whether it be first year of college or what have
you....>>


ghost - "when i wake the dreams i dreamt about you last night make me blush .
. ."
------i had a crush on a teacher in hs--------

jonas and ezekial - "i'm not ready for the dead to show its face. . ."
-------thinking of the recent death of my dad-----

(truthfully, this is about the time when 'romeo and juliet' were just leaving
my soul's core (like that s. mullins thing going on?), and arlo guthrie was
making his way into my heart..."this is a song about alice's restaurant, it's
a song about alice and the restaurant..."

but, 4 non blondes and pj harvey could define my freshman year of college
(93-94)  remember the girls' album, _swamp ophelia_, came out later in the
spring of '94.  in that, my sophmore year can be easily reflected upon by
'least complicated' and 'fugitive' and then i got the janis joplin box set...

-chee

"say you got a cat for one day,
oh, but you want the cat for 365 days, right?
but, you only got that cat for one day, man...."
-janis freakin' joplin

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hi everyone--

i was just wondering if anyone had any info. on a show that rose polenzani
might be doing this friday, oct. 9 in chicago.  i heard about it but i don't
have any concrete info.  if anyone can fill me in on this, please e-mail me.
thanx so much!!  ginacam@aol.com

--gina :-)

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> << which ig song reminds you most of your life/experiences the year after
>  high school...whether it be first year of college or what have
>  you....>>

        "watershed." mind you, it was about 15 years before the igs appeared on
the scene, but at the time, i was happy to be leaving a very small high
school class, where i was known as one of the brainiacs, and be able to
re-invent myself a bit and learn more about myself.
deb

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this was sent to me by the spitfire people.


<< you can buy a t-shirt through us by mailing a check for $15 to

on board entertainment
c/o sarah haynes
55-c gate five road
sausalito, ca 94965

we have the regular logo (from our web site) on white, or a gas can that says
spitfire on black.  mail size too. thanks. >>


i'm a-gettin' a tee for me,
chee!!  la la la.
hope y'all get one too
to be oh so cool.

-chee

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ok, i think this is finally ready to go.  the tapes are on the way to the
branches and they should have them soon.  i know there were a few people out
there wanting this boot so let me give some more of the specifics.

suffragette sessions tour - first avenue, minneapolis - 8/28/98
time:  110 min.               recorded via dat
set list:
side 1:
jean smith spoken word
under your skin
gabriel
roll the dice
tengo la vida
faye tucker
pulling a cloud
woodfloors
love is everything

side 2:
pale light
go
rose p. song
vestigos
chez virtue
way below radio
soon to be nothing
cannonball
power of two
enc:
fisherman
midnight train to georgia

there will be 6 branches for the tree and one overflow branch.  this should
be manageable for everyone as long as not everyone was born in one month.
:)  you may set up a trade with the branch or arrange to mail a blank tape
and a sase to the branch.  if any branch is asking for 2 for 1 trades please
let me know.

the tree is as follows:
jan/feb       sue       skwan@midway.uchicago.edu
mar/apr      kathleen       freakgrrl15@juno.com
may/june    kendra       sissookie@aol.com
july/aug     lin       lpoindexter@hotmail.com
sept/oct      sasha       indigofrk@aol.com
nov/dec     kara       rungek@aol.com

overflow      lisa     brewgirl@pinenet.com


i'm sure i've forgotten something, but if you have any questions please let
me know.

lisa


lisa nordeen
"ran as hard as i could, still ended up here."
          -emily saliers

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well i have been off for a few days and i miss everything.  could someone send
me what's up with the shirts?  thanks.

huga and hershey kisses~
luna

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right now i am having a really hard decision about coming out.  i really
really want to.  but i still have the same doubt.  i know sun. is national
coming out day.  that is why it has been hitting me soooo much.  i can
totally see and feel what amy is saying.  and all y'all's comments are just
hitting home.  hell i started to cry.  yes little butch dyke me cried.  so
thought y'all should know how much y'all's comments mean to a flustered hs
kid.

hugs and hershey kisses~
luna

ps- i seem to have the y'all disease, sorry

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but for anyone that lives in dc chastisty bono is gonna be at lambda
rising tomorrow night speaking at 7
she'll be speaking about coming out..which has been a  topic recently
anywy thought someone might want to know ...
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so i was in a cab today and i now feel like an idiot and the poor cabbie is
probably deaf, all becaus thew first notes of "my guy" vaguely resemble the
opening of jonas and ezekel...don't they? i was like, what is ig doing on
an oldies station. oops.

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sarah b. brought up a good question about these t-shirts and the validity of
the address.  i dunno, but i emailed the people via the spitfire webpage, and
i got that reply...i hope it's legit....sorry y'all who are worried..you might
want to visit the webpage.


anybody on this list able to attest to the validity of this???????

-chee

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subject:      chiapas bound lyrics

i think i got the chiapas bound lyrics right.  someone tell me
how i did?  thanks:

all the girls with anorexia
are on the sleeve tonight
and the boys on the bend
think they look just fine
and i don't really know why i drove this car
down congress ave.
hoping to find you turning on the light

oh you seem like a girl
with the world on your side
but it's just a point of view
and i know how quickly
that could change too

see i heard you were free
from what someone thinks you should be
and i know just how it feels
i thought maybe we could just talk
for a while

today i got something to stand for
i got somewhere we could go

i just need someone to stand with
see they're it ain't no purpose being on your own

amy said that you go down to mexico
well i think that i might go there too
but it's probably too late
to find someone like you

yes it sounds really cruel
to be without a care in some southern town
but i heard there's trouble down there
if you're chiapas bound

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in a message dated 10/7/98 3:28:15 am, ginacam@aol.com wrote:

>i was just wondering if anyone had any info. on a show that rose polenzani
>might be doing this friday, oct. 9 in chicago.  i heard about it but i don't
>have any concrete info.  if anyone can fill me in on this, please e-mail me.
>thanx so much!!  ginacam@aol.com

alright, this is completely nigc....but!  .....if anyone in the
chicagoland....northern indiana area is going to this rose p show, and wants
to go to another one, she's playing in valpo, indiana on oct 23, and if you
are feeling like a live music weekend liz phair is playing in chicago that
sunday, oct. 25.   i'm going to both...join me!!!!!!! yay for rose and
liz!!!!!

emily :)

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i think it's "cool" to be without a care, not cruel, but i'm not sure.

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i have no info on this other then what i posted

on tue, 6 oct 1998, peter a. barta wrote:

> on tue, 6 oct 1998, mark anthony donajkowski wrote:
>
> > show includes jewel songwriter steve poltz, pete droge and glen phillips,
> > formerly of toad the wet sproket. the newspaper says the tour will
>
>
> toad broke up? when did this happen? i had a very memorable first date at
> one of their concerts and i've become quite a fan.
>
>
>
>
> peter a. barta
> bartap@law.georgetown.edu
>
> "whoever rescues a single soul from the children of man, scripture credits
> 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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hey y'all.  it seems like a lot of people are interested in knowing
more about toad's break up so here's where you can read about it:
http://houseoftoad.com/coil/starthigh.html
erin :)


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-hey all-
i just wanted to say how wonderful this list is!
and i was wondering if someone could post the lyrics to "the boys just laugh"
thanks,
barra

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amy's 'boys just laugh' as performed at the 9:30 club:
-------------------------------------------------------------
the boy, he thinks i'm damaged goods
i guess he does and i knew he would
i dress like him and i'll take him down
he gets embarrassed when his friends come around

i can get the girl, but the boy just laughs
i can get the girl, but the boy just laughs

guess all this is a measure of me
even though it shouldn't be
the lion lays down with the lamb
but i can't do it so i ain't worth a damn

i can get the girls, but the boys just laugh
i can get the girls, but the boys just laugh at me

come on now angel, i said i want you to be
come on now special, i said i want you to be
come on now social, you know i want you to be
you know i want you... [right here it's unclear whether there's maybe a
trailing off whispered 'to be...']

am i the virgin in your woods?
are you all that's strong and all that's good?
i'll be the needle for your skin.
ask me now and i will push it in.

i can - get the girls, but the boys just laugh
i can get the girls but the boys just laugh at me
i can get the girls, oh but the boys just laugh

you know this is a measure of me
and even though it shouldn't be
the lion lays down with the lamb
but i can't do it, so i ain't worth a damn

hugs and hersheys kisses~
luna

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hi everyone--

i was just wondering if anyone had any info. on a show that rose polenzani
might be doing this friday, oct. 9 in chicago.  i heard about it but i don't
have any concrete info.  if anyone can fill me in on this, please e-mail me.
thanx so much!!  ginacam@aol.com

--gina :-)

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amy--tried to email you but didn't have the addy right apparently.  please
email me something (anything) so i can just hit reply and get my order in.
thanks!
--suzi steffen
p.s. maybe, though, reposting all the info to the list would be a good
idea, since people are asking on the list?  just an idea...

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i am so incredibly sorry for doing this.  i'm posting way too much tonight.
(please flame me; i enjoy pain b/c i'm an artist...i thrive on pain.  and i
love the smell of burning words, like old gray widow makers in the sky...)

the spitfire tour email addy is this: onboardent@aol.com.  you can see the
print of the shirt by going here:  http://www.spitfiretour.com

the validity is concrete.  feel free to contest it, though...

-chee

"did they use your years to psyche you out,
too old to care, too young to count?
did they tell you you would come undone if you tried to touch the sun?"
-the aim-ster

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hey all!

i was just wondering if anyone was going to see lis phair at roselands in nyc
thursday.

abfab2008 (jen) and i are going!

if you are, email me and maybe we can see ya!

babs

btw, it is jen's b~day today !!!  woo hoo!

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i would just like to publicaly thank those who wrote me.  your words are
taken into thought. i still don't know what i am going to do.  but your
insight will help me.  thanks. thanks. and thanks

hugs and heshey kisses~
luna, who can feel the the love

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hey, if you're in the area... i highly recommend you go....

>reply-to: oberlin lgbt union
<lesbian.gay.bisexual.transgender.un@oberlin.edu>
>
>if you have questions about the schedule please contact
matthew.yim@oberlin.edu,
>activities coordinator.
or email me (jillyc@hotmail.com)

jill

>coming out week schedule
>
>tuesday, 10/6
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>discussion: "racism in the queer community" - 4:30, wilder tba
>film: "celluloid closet" - 8:00 pm, king 306
>outrage meeting - 7:00 pm, wilder tba
>first year queers - 10:00 pm, wilder 211
>
>wednesday, 10/7
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>discussion: "dating in the queer community" - 4:30 pm, wilder tba
>queer peers meeting/film - 9:00 pm, mrc (wilder 208)
>
>thursday, 10/8
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>discussions: "depression and suicide" - 4:30 pm, wilder tba
>            "sex and sexuality - 9:00 pm, women's resource center
>films: "watermelon woman" - 7:00 pm, mudd 050
>       "paris is burning" - 8:30 pm, mudd 050
>unofficial queer night at the 'sco
>
>friday, 10/9
>^^^^^^^^^^^^
>discussion: "coming out" - 4:30 pm, wilder tba
>film: "the incredibly true adventure
>               of two girls in love" - 7:30 pm, mudd 050
>queer party - andre morgan's house - 181 1/2 e. lorain st.
>
>saturday, 10/10
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>queers and allies of faith meeting - 1:30 tba (e-mail
marissa.leonino@oberlin.edu)
>films: "stonewall" - 12:00 pm, king 306
>       "ma vie en rose" - 1:45 pm, king 306
>       "the sum of us" - 3:20 pm, king 306
>
>sunday, 10/11
>^^^^^^^^^^^^^
>happy coming out day!!!
>bonfire - tappan square, 10:00 pm
>


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<< which ig song reminds you most of your life/experiences the year after
  high school...whether it be first year of college or what have
  you....>>

        "strange fire" comes to mind.  most of my first year of college
was spent struggling to come to an acceptance of who i was.  i never
really succeeded until sophomore year, though.  (long story, it's up on
my webpage at http://www.csun.edu/~sgb29641/closet/ if you for some
reason want to know.)  and so the following lyrics remind me of the
facade i tried for so long to put up, hating it the whole time, and the
relief i felt when i finally learned to be myself . . .

        "when you learn to love yourself
         you will dissolve all the stones that are cast
         and you will learn to burn the icing sky
         to melt the waxen mask
         to have the gift of true release,
         this is a peace that will take you higher"


        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
__sgb29641@csun.edu_________________________http://www.wcat.com/~eponine__
"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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re: "i can get the girls, but the boys just laugh," etc. etc...

when i was all of 16, i was visiting my ever-shrinking, italian-swearing
little sicilian grandmother.  commenting on my sister's ever-present
abundance of boyfriends, my grandmother then turned to me and asked,
"well, jill. now, *you*, ah, like *boys*... don't you?"

"yes, grandma," i replied.  "they just don't like *me*."


i know what it feels like, amy...
jill

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"when you learn to love yourself
you will dissolve all the stones that are cast
and you will learn to burn the icing sky
to melt the waxen mask
to have the gift of true release,
this is a peace that will take you higher"

shanie quoted sf tonight and it struck me that this is totally what the woman
in the song "boys laugh" needs to be told!  like that woman has a mask on and
is trying to hid what she really is all about.  if that woman could have "true
release" she would not give a damn what the boys or the girls do!

it seems as if the "boys" woman has no idea what her life is about, but the
woman in strange fire seems to see very clearly what life is and how she fits
in, even if it is hard and troubled at times.  and it is odd that 10 years
after "strange fire" and all that ig has been though, that a song like "boys
laugh" could even be written.

makes you see the human side of ig!

just my 2 pennies!

babs: who is up late yet again because she cant stop her mind from spinning!
(ignor the typos please!)

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seeing as this pops up every few months once a guitar newbie pop up,
shouldn't this be part of the faq? maybe someone could compile a whole list
of songs along with a rank in difficulty to help said newbie decide on what
to tackle first. put in links to sites which have the tabs and chords at the
end, and there you go! next time someone asks, we can just give them "refer
to the faq" and they can get more help than any one person could give......

sincerely,
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hey y'all,

i got this from another ml, and i feel it should make the rounds of any
group we touch -


save this message, and please refer to it the next time you're about to
forward a message about an email virus, free vacation from bill gates,
etc. :-)

email facts of life - truth and humor

1. big companies don't do business via chain letter. bill gates is not
giving you $1000, and disney is not giving you a free vacation. there
is no baby food company issuing class-action checks. nike is not giving
away free shoes. you can relax; there is no need to pass it on "just in
case it's true". furthermore, just because someone said in the message,
four generations back, that "we checked it out and it's legit", does not
actually make it true.

2. there is no kidney theft ring in new orleans. no one is waking up in
a bathtub full of ice, even if a friend of a friend swears it happened
to their cousin. if you are hell-bent on believing the kidney-theft ring
stories, please see:
http://urbanlegends.tqn.com/library/weekly/aa062997.htm

and i quote: "the national kidney foundation has repeatedly issued
requests for actual victims of organ thieves to come forward and tell
their stories. none have." that's "none" as in "zero". not even your
friend's cousin.

3. neiman marcus doesn't really sell a $200 cookie recipe.  and even if
they do, we all have it. and even if you don't, you can get a copy at:
http://www.bl.net/forwards/cookie.html  then, if you make the recipe,
decide the cookies are that awesome, feel free to pass the recipe on.
(warning: the recipe as distributed requires an industrial-sized mixer
and makes like 500 cookies at a time)

4. we all know all 500 ways to drive your roommates crazy, irritate
co-workers gross out bathroom stall neighbors and creep out people on
an elevator. we also know exactly how many engineers, college students,
usenet posters and people from each and every world ethnicity it takes
to change a lightbulb.

5. even if the latest nasa rocket disaster(s) did contain plutonium
that went to particulate over the eastern seaboard, do you really think
this information would reach the public via an aol chain-letter?

6. there is no "good times" virus. in fact, you should never, ever,
ever forward any email containing any virus warning unless you first
confirm it at an actual site of an actual company that actually deals
with viri. try
http://www.norton.com. and even then, every good computer user should
be running the newest anti-virus software anyways.

7. if your cc: list is regularly longer than the actual content of your
message, you're probably going to hell.

8. if you're using outlook, ie, or netscape to write email, turn off
the "html encoding." not everyone has an email client that will read
html email and it just looks like garbage to us so we just delete it,
since you're probably forwarding us a copy of the neiman marcus cookie
recipe anyway. ;-)

9. if you still absolutely must forward that 10th-generation message
from a friend, at least have the decency to trim the eight miles of
headers showing everyone else who's received it over the last 6 months.
it sure wouldn't hurt to get rid of all the > that begin each line.
besides, if it has gone around that many times - we've probably already
seen it.

10. craig shergold in england is not dying of cancer or anything else
at this time and would like everyone to stop sending him their business
cards. he apparently is also no longer a "little boy" either.

11. there is no truth to the stories that go around about some little
boy or girl dying of cancer wanting to make the largest chain letter on
the internet ever.

12. when in doubt about a story, check out www.urbanlegends.com -- they
have a large archive of untrue stories that people tend to spread via
email.

love, bren


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just found this in scene magazine...

sun., 10/18-- patty griffin band, @ wilbert's (again), 1360 w. 9th st,
the flats. (216) 771-2583 for info.

so, who's coming???

wahooooooooo
jill

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this one's for don r.....

sun, 11/1, 8p.m.-- money mark/ buffalo daughter @ the odeon, 1295 old
river rd, the flats (cleveland). $10.50 adv, $12.00 dos.  ticketmaster:
(216) 241-5555/ (330)945-9400.

(buffalo daughter opened for the sst tour)

anyone? anyone? come play?
jill


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i'm not sure what you're questioning here, but sarah haynes is definitely with
spitfire - she's one of the organizers.   and they were selling two t-shirts
at the event - just as she described!


>  sarah b. brought up a good question about these t-shirts and the validity
of
>  the address.  i dunno, but i emailed the people via the spitfire webpage,
and
>  i got that reply...i hope it's legit....sorry y'all who are worried..you
might
>  want to visit the webpage.
>
>  anybody on this list able to attest to the validity of this???????

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for those who have asked, here's the info again! :)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
finally! i have prices and all the rest of the info needs on the t-shirts.

we are ordering two colors of shirts:
1. natural colored shirt with indigo printing
2. indigo colored shirt with off-white printing

the design will be printed on the front of the shirt, and can be found at:
http://www.geocities.com/wellesley/garden/5125/t-shirt.html

the cost for each m, l, or xl shirt is $11, including shipping. please add
an additional $1 for xxl or xxxl shirts (which are available).

i will accept orders through the month of october, and shirts will be
shipped out by the end of november (probably earlier). the only request i
have is that i receive your check or money order by oct. 31.

information i will need from you:

name, address & email.
number, color, and sizes of shirts.

* please, no po boxes, as i will probably ship via ups

other misc info:

- once the shirts are ordered, that's it, so make sure you let me know by
the deadline that you want one (or two, or three).

- e-mail me asap for my address (where you can send the check or money
order), or if you have any other questions.

- the shirts will be 100% cotton, heavyweight tees - excellent quality,
and we are getting them at cost, so this is an excellent price.

- if you have already emailed me with your shirt request, please email me
again. the first query was to figure out an estimate number of shirts for
pricing purposes. this is the time to order!

- you must email me before oct. 31 if you want to order a shirt. that's
over 3 weeks, so it should be plenty of time!

thanks again, for all your compliments. i actually *enjoy* organizing
stuff like this... am i crazy? probably! but it's fun anyhow!

talk to you soon!
--amy

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goin thru all my boots looking to make copies and came across some sound
board quality ( cause i taped the shows from the soundboard!) that some
folks might be interested
judy collins
james taylor
manhatten transfer
john denver
bbking
ojays
gladys knight
bette (not sound board but still good)
rickie lee

stuff like that...hey..they are worth a listen...
if anyone wants let me know..thers prolly more..i can look
pooh

ps..hey pushup!!! whered ya go..i was waiting

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does anyone know how to make wallpaper from scanned photos?  please email
me privately.  thanks!

---------------------------
sheryl jones
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<< when i was all of 16, i was visiting my ever-shrinking, italian-swearing
little sicilian grandmother.  commenting on my sister's ever-present
abundance of boyfriends, my grandmother then turned to me and asked,
"well, jill. now, *you*, ah, like *boys*... don't you?"

"yes, grandma," i replied.  "they just don't like *me*."  >>

hmmm.....  i could have written the same thing at that age....with or without
changing the point of reference.....  the things that hurt are the things that
make us what we are.....  learning to love yourself as you are is
unneccessarily difficult.....  we're always being told what we *should* be
rather than receiving acceptance for who we are.....

i wrote this song a year ago.....with coming out day approaching it seems like
a good time to share it.....

peace,
tim


something to tell you

i've got something to tell ya
hope you don't take it wrong
i've been drinkin' and thinkin' 'bout it all night long

i've got something to tell ya
it might offend your ear
the only thing that's unnatural is your fear

i tried my best to defy it
i tried my best to change
it's useless now to deny it
there's something 'bout my life that's awful strange

i've got something to tell ya
and you know what it's all about
there's something deep inside that's been tearing me inside out

i've got something to tell ya
hope you don't take it wrong
i've been drinkin' and thinkin' 'bout it all night long

they say that love is the answer
you'll never walk alone
it eats you up like cancer
but what you supposed to do when love has a mind of it's own?

i've got something to tell ya
every word i say is true
i never coulda wrote this song if it weren't for you

i've got something to tell ya
hope you don't take it wrong
i've been drinkin' and thinkin' 'bout it all night long

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thanks to everyone who sent me pointers and to those who provided me access
to scanned pictures i now have some beautiful cooper wallpaper.  of course
it's beautiful.  how could it not be!!  thank you.

---------------------------
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at the risk of being flogged with wet t-shirts (all natural, not white)
for posting what is marginally igc (at best), here's a song i wrote
along those lines, too...half of it in the car on the way to the
airport, moving day...

the pea song

i've tried not knowing,
i've tried not showing,
i've tried to keep this secret on my heart
i've been a dancer,
dodging the answer,
lord knows, i said,
i could never play the part

but the fear strikes in my dreams
a thousand lonely roads
for every question i've seen
and you a hundred miles from me
not even fear can tame the distance between

i said i could not love you
but i've been thinking of you
you're the seed planted under
my bed of stone
not a pea but a mission
this was not my ambition
see the bruises over everywhere i've grown

and the fear strikes in my dreams
a thousand lonely roads
and all the things i'll never be
and you a hundred miles from me
not even fear can tame the distance between

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well, the hot-mail bug strikes again...i logged on this morning, logged
off, and somewhere in the process lost all my messages...new, old, the
whole cabloowey.  so, to the 19 or so of you who responded in regards to
the list musicians compilation tape...could you please e-mail me again
and i will try to get you all the details asap.

thanks,
shelley

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ok ya'll this is the freakiest thing.
a majority of my page(s) are at tripod. http://www.tripod.com
when i try to go to the tripod homepage, it tells me: connecting to
site..then it says connection with the server could not be established.

i also can't view any tripod pages. i'm going nuts. my friends on icq
don't have any problems..is anyone here having problems with tripod? i'm
going to go nuts if i can't get to my homepage to work on it!! i'm about
to have a fit cuz i couldn't get on yesterday although i did work i
needed to do on my bootpage but these pages are my addiction. i need to
work on them *l* esp since i was finally updating all my indigo girls
pages!!!
so can someone help me out and let me know if ya'll are having
problems..and if not can someone go to the hp http://www.tripod.com and
find an email address? does anyone have any idea why this would be
happening???

*hugs*

lamia

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sorry to waste space, but i deleted your message and address. i'd like a
boot of the bette show if possible.

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date:         wed, 7 oct 1998 13:32:16 -0400
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here's one i wrote shortly after the 9:30 show.....

cry - by tara lane, copyright 1998, skuttlebutt music
------------------------------------------------------------------------
--------
sometimes i think i know the person i've become
then i'm beaten down by fists of truth like darkness to the sun
and i can't clear the hurdles to the place i started out
and i can't laugh it off when i've always been without

when perfect lives are phantom flashes, secrets so well-kept
and i drink from your sympathy until there's nothing left
my soul is thirsty for the love of those i turn aside
but the desert's full of pools of grace, ready to provide

        and i don't wanna cry to you
        don't wanna drag you into the mess i'm going through
        and i can't cry.... can't cry to you
        don't wanna cry, don't wanna cry to you

too late for the questions i could ask about myself
i gave up that life long ago in search of something else
i feel i need a map, but don't admit i've gotten lost
and it's you who guides me home again, you who pays the cost

        but i don't wanna cry to you
        don't wanna drag you into the mess i'm going through
        and i can't cry.... can't cry to you
        don't wanna cry, don't wanna cry to you

the push and pull of joy and pain grows tired in my head
but taking sides won't change a thing, the anger wins instead
their laughter causes misery, it cuts me up inside
and though their nature i reject, they steal away my pride
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comments and criticism encouraged and appreciated.

tara lane
********
in clover - an awesome band!
http://www.onsitenet.net/inclover
telane@trigon.com

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on wed, 7 oct 1998, ian carandang wrote:

> seeing as this pops up every few months once a guitar newbie pop up,
> shouldn't this be part of the faq? maybe someone could compile a whole list
> of songs along with a rank in difficulty to help said newbie decide on what
> to tackle first. put in links to sites which have the tabs and chords at the
> end, and there you go! next time someone asks, we can just give them "refer
> to the faq" and they can get more help than any one person could give......

        or, if not, i'm willing to make up a webpage for it.  however,
i'm kind of pressed for time (school and two jobs, go figure) so if
people could help me out by sending me a list of what they think are easy
songs, or ranking songs by difficulty, i can do it . . . i've got more
than enough webpage space for it.  :)  (btw you're also more than welcome
to contribute graphics, links, etc. and i will give you credit for
them.)  if anyone thinks this is a good idea, please email me at
indigrrl@mail.gn1.net, or at this address, and let me know . . .

        screaming in cathedrals,
        shanie
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"haze all clouded up my mind in the daze of the why it could've never been
so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
i tell you there's pieces of me you've never seen maybe she's just pieces of
me you've never seen, well . . ."  -- tori amos, "tear in your hand"

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*whining* i wanna gooooooo :(

*hugs*

lamia

"it's only your religion that scares me
the way you can't bare me
medicate me
sedate me
just so long as you can hate me
isn't that right?"

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hkfs,

anybody boot this show? jill, i know you did...wasn't there gonna be a
tree? or did i somehow miss that in this delete-happy week? i'd love to
get a copy of this, so if you've go it, e-mail me all private-like and
we can work something out.

merci buckets
manderz

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okay does anyone have a boot of this show?

eddies attic 1/22/95 with kelly hogan, amy ray, dave clair and cooper seay?
i have a partial boot, but i'm missing part of the first set and all of
the second set.  i'd love to trade if you have a complete boot of this show.

---------------------------
sheryl jones
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu
cooper seay's next show:
atlanta, star bar, oct 12 **free!!!**

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ok, sorry about the confusion but the names on these should be reversed.  :)

>mar/apr      kathleen       freakgrrl15@juno.com
>may/june    kendra       sissookie@aol.com

kendra's address is:  freakgrrl15@juno.com
kathleen's address is:  sissookie@aol.com

lisa

lisa nordeen
"ran as hard as i could, still ended up here."
          -emily saliers

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ok, sorry about the confusion but the names on these should be reversed.  :)
and note the change in kendra's address.


>mar/apr      kathleen       freakgrrl15@juno.com
>may/june    kendra       sissookie@aol.com

kendra's address is:  freakgrrl5@juno.com
kathleen's address is:  sissookie@aol.com

lisa

lisa nordeen
"ran as hard as i could, still ended up here."
          -emily saliers

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does anyone have this cd?  its "history of us" with the dead...its
available for me to purchase, just wondering what when who where etc...

karen : )

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hi all...
   i just put together a trio/band and we have been playing open mic nights
and wherever else we can around my hometown and on campus (i go to school
at the university of maine at farmington) and we have started to gather
quite a following. anyhoo, we need a name. our friends have been trying to
help and they mean well, but i can't see calling an acoustic trio
"shameless cleavage" or toxic shock or chicks without sticks or *ahem* rock
hard cock (as in rooster, not that)...we thought, since two of us are kind
of butch, that something femme might be funny. we are, however, trying to
avoid using any colors or synonyms for "girl" in the name.
    please send me any and all ideas privately, okay? i love you all!
peace,
      sharoane

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there's a review of lisa's new cd in spin magazine. the issue with 'hole"
on the cover.

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fyi,

emily saliers appears on a cd by a band called stereo popsicle, doing a duet with their lead singer, trina meade, on a song called "jenny," which tells the story of a teenage sexually abused girl.  it is a heart wrenching performance and is definitely worth checking out.  the cd can be previewed at http://www.cdbaby.com/buy/stereopop.htm


cathy

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hello everybody--

unplug america, an hte event (isn't it?) is on october 13th  -- i'm trying
to put something together.  anyone have any ideas?

diane

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speaking of history of us, i have been wondering for a long time what
other people think of this song...thoughts, reflections, etc???

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diane wrote:
> unplug america, an hte event (isn't it?) is on october 13th  -- i'm
trying
> to put something together.  anyone have any ideas?

        if i feel really really brave, i'd take my guitar to a park and play and
sing. if i'm not feeling that brave, i'll turn off the stereo and play my
guitar in my house. and i'll read my books of buddhist and native american
devotions. get in touch with my spirit.
        beyond that, the usual, no lights at home for as long as possible, try to
come up with a meal i don't need to cook. no other household chores that
involve power. no computer at home.
        i have to work at night, so i'm not totally free of dependence on energy,
but i'm going to try my best.
deb

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hi folks -

> seeing as this pops up every few months once a guitar newbie pop up,
> shouldn't this be part of the faq? maybe someone could compile a whole list

sure, it could be, as long as someone wanted to compile
the information and pass it on to us.  i don't think
anyone on the faq team has time to undertake this sort
of project at the moment i'm afraid...

-sherlyn
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sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au                  [sydney, australia]
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  i hope they get somebody famous to direct it..."   - susan werner

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okay....somebody outthere with an email addy that starts with an "a" (i think)
wanted a mn sst boot....you sent me an attachment with many, many boots from
ig to me to ferron...ani....video, audio...you name it, you sent it!!  well, i
lost you somehow and i never had a chance to reply before you
disappeared...had a slight computer accident this afternoon...oops...so,
anyway, i lost the download (or just don't know where it ran off to...) and
your email, so, please, please, please email me again!!!!  i can help you!!!

thanks, kara...the computer klutz....

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i have that cd, and i'd definately grab it if you have the chance to buy it!
it's an excellent import cd with a great selection of live stuff! :)

~meg

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hey y'all...

to people to whom i have sent tapes in the past week as a sase:

just found out that the scale at the post office was miscalibrated, so if
i sent you something with postage to send it back to me, i will be sending
out addt'l postage asap.  please be patient w/ me.  :)

kelly

*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*%*
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hi! kelly fairbaim can you email me? :) thanks!!

*hugs*

lamia

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sorry to re-post info, but i wanna know.  information wants to be free!!
does anyone have info about this show???
any other possible acts on the bill?  (ahem, ig, hm.)

>5.15.99, cleveland, phil ochs tribute concert (venue tba).
i think this is going to happen at the rock hall (where thalia zedek,
punk legend, got *kicked out*...the irony, a rocker getting kicked out
of a museum built to celebrate *rockers*)..

thanks,
jill


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hey,
i am trying to get in touch with anna creech---i sent her a tape but i
forgot to include return addy i think  *duh
so, if you are anna,
email me.
peace,
jeri

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hey all--
saw this on the spitfire "dates & tickets" page:

"new dates to be announced for spring!!!"

wahoooooooooooooooooooooooo
jill

p.s. where on the site is the picture of the shirt designs? i can't find
them...


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