lifeblood: listlogs: 1998-10e


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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 00:01:15 est
reply-to:     mari798106@aol.com
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from:         "alissa d. irving" <mari798106@aol.com>
subject:      caramia  : (
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okay, why is caramia on *everyone*'s least favorite list??  is there anyone
out there who loves that song??  or even mildly appreciates it??  i loved it
as soon as i heard it on shaming of the sun, and i listened to it over and
over again in total rapture.  i'm a recent fan, so maybe that's part of it
here, but i distinctly remember first checking it out of the library just to
see what they were like after hearing about them and thinking - *wow*...  that
song is amazing...  i've loved everything else since (well, maybe not
southland in the springtime...), but why am i the only caramia-liker?  i was
so blown away by it...  i remember sitting in my car playing it for my gf and
just thinking...  wow...  and hoping she'd understand and love it as much as
me because it's so... amazing...  anyway, i'll shut up and go away now, but i
just thought it was time someone stood up for it!  : )

love,
alissa

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 21:05:43 pst
reply-to:     recidivist spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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from:         recidivist spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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reading my mind, erin wrote:
>who wrote finlandia? it is sooooo beautiful!!!

i've got sheet music to it, courtesy of lizzy hoke (is she still on
here?), who i believe got it out of a hymnal.  it gives the title of the
song as "this is my song."  in smaller letters, to the upper left hand
of the page, sitting on top of the staff, it says "finlandia,
11.10.11.10.11.10."  as i have no working knowledge of theory, i have no
idea what this means.  anyways.  the composer is given as jean sibelius,
1899.  the authors of the verses are given as: stanzas 1 and 2, lloyd
stone; stanza 3, georgia harkness.
in case anyone wants the lyrics, here they are:

this is my song, o god of all the nations, a song of peace for lands
afar and mine; this is my home, the country where my heart is; here are
my hopes, my dreams, my holy shrine: but other hearts in other lands are
beating with hopes and dreams as true and high as mine.

my country's skies are bluer than the ocean, and sunlight beams on
cloverleaf and pine; but other lands have sunlight too, and clover, and
skies are everywhere as blue as mine:  o hear my song, thou god of all
the nations, a song of peace for their land and for mine.

(the girls do not sing this verse, but it exists.)
this is my prayer, o lord of all earth's kingdoms, thy kingdom come, on
earth thy will be done; let christ be lifted up till all shall serve
him, and hearts united learn to live as one:  o hear my prayer, thou god
of all the nations.  myself i give thee-- let they will be done.

hope this helps ya out, troop :)

jill

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 21:07:55 pst
reply-to:     elizabeth black <kedaz@hotmail.com>
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from:         elizabeth black <kedaz@hotmail.com>
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well, since everyone else is doing it... *jumps off a bridge* oh wait,
that was another mailing list *ahem*

blood and fire
chickenman
crazy game
fugitive
joking
kid fears
land of canaan
prince of darkness
shame on you
strange fire
watershed
winthrop


in alphabetical order! *chuckles*

beth

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 21:18:19 pst
reply-to:     recidivist spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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i can't listen to swamp ophelia straight through.  i mean forward
through. ;)
that one line in least complicated ("the next time i fall, i'm gonna
have to recall, it isn't love, it's only something new") is still a
killer to me (anyone who recalls my soap-operatic posts from about this
time last year knows what i'm referring to, oy vey.  (to anyone else:
two words: evil girlfriend.  ahem.)  so i have to skip track 2 if i want
to keep my currently non-embittered state.  ;)
and then touch me fall.  no details on this one, but suffice it to say
that while tmf may *seem* like the perfect make-out song, it is not so
when one is making out with one's close, *platonic* friend... <cringes>
so no go on track 6.
as for dead man's hill, i've gotta side with tara on this one.  i cannot
*stand* the imagery in that song.  i actually liked it before i listened
closely enough and read the lyrics to discover that amy's talking about
someone lighting a cat on fire.  ho uck.  bye-bye track 9.
and this train revised just upsets me too much.  for all the reasons i
could never write reports on the holocaust because it disturbed me too
much to look into those haunted, grainy, black-and-white faces in the
books, i cannot bear to listen to ttr.  no number 11.

so i listen to some come instead!  wahooooo (if you want to know what
i'm talking about, go to the link in my sig.  plug, plug.  support indie
music, plug plug).
jill

visit my wife on the web!
http://www.bostonphoenix.com/archive/1in10/98/02/come.html

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 21:23:10 pst
reply-to:     elizabeth black <kedaz@hotmail.com>
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from:         elizabeth black <kedaz@hotmail.com>
subject:      worst
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history of us (bleck)
the girl with the wieght of the world in her hands (what up with the
title length?)
down by the river (boring and long!)
burn all the letters (why does it remind me of virginia woolf?)
everything in it's own time (corny lyrics)

that was hella hard! cause indigo girls rawk!

beth

"some dance to forget"

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 00:56:42 est
reply-to:     luvngrl24@aol.com
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from:         krista fox <luvngrl24@aol.com>
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well i think i like most all of their songs... if i don't like um yet.. i
believe that i am not suppose to. the girls sing to me with such force. i
always really get into a song at the right time. yeah some songs i like right
off the bat. but the ones that take a while to get use to usually have the
most impact on me at a later date. so far up to date the songs that haven't
touched me quite the way the others do are:

1. caramia. i didn't like it from day one. i don't know why. the droneing
guitars in the beginning was enough to turn me off. for some reason i would
like to like the song but i can't even get into it. i keep trying, but i know
that it will come... "everything in its own time" i suppose

2. airplane. i love that the girls sing and put all of the music together so i
suppose i was disappointed at first that they had <gasp> other people singing
with them. i have a hard time listening to it without skipping it. ( it has
become somewhat a challange to get thru it. my gf waits to see how long it
will be before i hit the skip button, usually about 10 sec, if that)

3. nashville. i like the beginning of the song... but i can't seem to get past
it. it is just to "country"

i can't think of any one song beside the 3 previously listed. nis isn't one of
my favorite albums. i have to be a mood for each song. not an album that i can
just throw in the cd player and let it play. welcome me and the other's
following sometimes rub me the wrong way. but i like them just have to be in
the right mood.
rop is i think my favorite album that i can play through with the exception of
nashville and airplane.

oh well that is my two cents....
krista

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 00:41:22 est
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from:         misty wade <mwade0415@aol.com>
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ok, i've tried to come up with some songs i dislike, and it was hard:

1. 123
2. girls with the weight of the world in her hands
3.  touch me fall
4.  airplane
5.  down by the river (too boring and long)

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:10:56 est
reply-to:     iudoremi@aol.com
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ok, you've all ripped caramia (although i have to admit i deleted the e-mails
before reading them so i only know about this from a different message) and
now i have to defend myself.
why do you make me do this!?!?!?!  :)

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:12:35 est
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i didn't finish that but aol decided i did and sent my message (which probably
means i typed something i didn't know would do something and , off it went)

so anyway, you force me to publicly defend my fave on sots!!

my favorite song on sots is and was from the first listening, caramia!!!

you go, em!  that song rocks!
carrie

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:18:01 est
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from:         tricia mcleod <moongayzin@aol.com>
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gonna have to go with

1. caramia....(uhm to me, emily sounds like she is banging on the piano among
other dislikes about that song...but i do give her credit for playing it)
2. airplane....(again the music...i guess it really just hurts my ears)
3. back together again...(don't care for the lyrics)
4. burn all the letters...(never liked it...let me re-think that...no never
liked it)
5. my very least favorite...crazy game...(so much abou it...uhm everything...i
hate to say this, but i skip it every time i even get close to hearing it)

i guess that's it
--peace, trish...wondering why i'm still online....i must go put my headphones
on listen to ig.

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:19:48 est
reply-to:     lythande99@aol.com
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from:         "timothy j. baldwin" <lythande99@aol.com>
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hey y'all...

what has happened here???  the sequence of events on this list in the past
several days is a tragedy of shakespearean proportions......  i really don't
want to drag this thing out any further, but can we please show some
compassion????  people make mistakes....use poor judgment....fail miserably at
times to live up to our standards....we're all human and we're all
fallible.....

bar corrice hurt no one.....

all the players in this drama have suffered more than enough public and
private embarassment.....

please....let it go.....

sorry to post this to the list but i have other way of reaching the handful of
individuals who are prolonging this agony....

peace and harmony to all....

tim

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 22:15:36 pst
reply-to:     recidivist spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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this is directed towards the listpreachers in general, and barbara
corrice's flamers, in specific.

guys, if you have a *problem* about a certain topic, write to me, will
ya?  and leave bar the heck alone.  (see, shel, i'm not swearing, just
for you! ;)).  stay the heck out of her inbox.  just jump your crabby
little butts into *mine*. i'm young and snotty and i can handle the
righteous indignation that i am told is being sent to bar.  bar has
lupus, and it's kicking her butt right now and she's freaking sick so
leave her the heck alone.

and not that it's any of your business *whatsoever*, but i would just
like to tell all the preachers here that bar did not do anything
anything anything.  she did not do it.  let me clarify and repeat that
for the doubting thomases out there: barbara corrice played *no* part
*whatsoever* in the baiting or trickery of *anyone*.  and don't you even
write to me and say that's not true, cause you know what??? you weren't
there!  so you don't know.

approximately 792 bystanders (that would be y'all) were dragged into
something which has *absolutely* nothing to do with them. this situation
which some people are all getting upset about is not their  fight.  not
their situation.  not their problem.  don't say it is; it's not.  what
transpired took place away from and out of earshot/eyesight of this
list.  it was also done in the parties' own time and space, not *yours*.
granted, it was a very pathetic thing done, but it was *privately*
pathetic.  that is key.  private.  as in, the indigo-girls listserv
ain't got no right to know diddly about it.  you were made an audience
to something.  lamia acted *rashly* in sending that info to the masses.
ask her; she'll tell you that.  that she acted on emotion and didn't
*think* about the logistics or repercussions of doing that.  she knows,
and i know, and most of you darn well know that it was nobody's business
except those involved.  but some folks think it is their place to berate
and degrade the parties involved, and pass judgement on a situation that
is not theirs?  oh nooooo, i don't think so.  that ain't how due process
works.  if someone is propelled, by either their curiosity or their
nosiness or their self-righteousness, to pry and be privy to the details
of someone else's situation, they would do well to keep their comments
to themselves, and *certainly* not vent them in a public forum such as
this. such an audience was not wanted or welcome, and neither are its
comments.  if you don't know the story, don't you dare throw stones.
and don't you dare throw *anything* at barbara corrice, because she
didn't do it.

*shaking* in fury,
jill

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:31:21 est
reply-to:     indilint@aol.com
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from:         karmen ford <indilint@aol.com>
subject:      fwd: caramia  : (
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ok, i did it again, sent it to the person when i meant to send it to everyone.
*sigh*  i wish i could remember the correct use of the reply button!

love
kar

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date: thu, 29 oct 1998 01:30:01 est
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don't worry, there is more than one caramia liker on this list!  (or at least,
there are two!) i love caramia.  i know it's not emily's best, but it's so
different than her other songs and i know someone said it before, but it does
contain the raw emotion that we usually associate with emily.  i think of it
like i think of crazy game, it's something you don't here emily writing alot,
but the diversity and the emotion put into it makes it all the more
worthwhile.  and i for one wouldn't mind hearing more of it from her!

love
kar

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 01:52:49 est
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with one of emily's most insightful lines into life, or more specifically, the
curse of the creativity (plath, sexton,etc.)  how can you not like this song?
"some say your genius is in your madness
  will you get better and then will you leave us"
this is a story about deep torment and it is very provocative.  i love this!
read just the words and tell me you don't love this song, i dare you!  oh,
tell me privately.  lynn

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date:         wed, 28 oct 1998 23:22:59 -0800
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        okay . . . *whew*  i just peeled myself up off my bedroom floor
and untangled myself from my bedframe.  see, i got home from school today
and found a large yellow package waiting for me . . . looked at the
return address and it was from daemon records.  i opened it up and sure
enough, it contained the honor 1 tape, e. cooper seay cd (fin de siecle),
and jesus christ superstar: a resurrection video that i'd ordered two
weeks ago!
        okay, on to the story of *why* i had to peel myself off the
floor: i was watching amy sing "gethsemane" and, um, well, once she
started taking off that jacket i somehow couldn't stay on my chair any
more.  so i'm wondering, is it just me being obsessed, or is it just that
amy is so damn sexy and amazing (*gods* that voice!!!!!!!)?  :)  i hope
it ain't just me . . .

        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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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 08:24:55 +0100
reply-to:     britta graeber <brgr@stud.uni-sb.de>
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from:         britta graeber <brgr@stud.uni-sb.de>
subject:      lyrics and music
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hi,
i was wondering what part of the ig songs is more important for you if you
listen to the songs for the first time(s), the lyrics or the music (i know
it's not really possible to separate this)?

being a non-native speaker of english, i usually find my way into the songs
over the music - then start to listen to the lyrics if i like the tune. with
the indigo girls, this is some exciting journey of discovery, i can tell
you! at first i simply loved the sound ("folk-rock" or "alternative" or
whatever you call it is unfortunately rare on our radio stations - though
not entirely absent), and then i felt my way into these wonderfully
sensitive lyrics. however, i still pay more attention to the musical side. :-)

i was wondering how you feel about it, both you native speakers or those
listees who have other mother tongues.
take care, you all,

britta

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 08:00:42 +0800
reply-to:     ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
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from:         ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
subject:      in defense of airplane
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i would just like to publicly state that airplane is one of my favorite
songs....<ducks for cover!!!>

seriously, it's not a brilliant or deep song the way ghost is, or any of
emily's other gems, but then again it's not written that way. it's more
'cute'; written from a childlike perspective. i don't think there's any
other way to get away with that piano thing at the end there.

that, and it's just plain fun. it's the silly songs like airplane that make
you appreciate the profound songs like ghost all the more.

i'm up on the airplaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaane......................::g::

sincerely,
ian c.
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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 04:30:02 est
reply-to:     tcheehill@aol.com
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i've been reading/skipping/filtering through some of the recent posts.  here's
what i got to say, folks:

1.  how can some of y'all say that "caramia" is the worst?  that's the one of
many songs that made me rethink everything..."one shoe off and bridge to cross
over," "caramia, a blank notebook and a back pocket fade," "for 3 nights
straight now, i dreamt i kept both of my shoes, but i've forgotten my lines,
and misplaced ques," "and there's a sea full of faces and a show to go on, and
i'm struck mute at entrance with nothing to draw from"  this song is about
having some attributes and not having others and being unqualified,
unprepared, and just unlucky.  of course, emily was struggling to write/finish
this song.  but, it makes me realize that everybody, even e. saliers, is
human, and she fights the same daily battles that i fight.  "get something
done!" is what it tells me.

2.  i just received a whole bunch of tapes of booted concerts from audra and
monique.  i love this stuff, but i'm thinking that some of those fans (and
some of us) are brats!

3.  there is no worst song, but one song that makes me a little disappointed
is "boys just laugh."

-chee

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 07:50:05 -0600
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maybe i'm being completely ignorant here but at least i'm making an effort
to educate myself.  what is this rally to close university of the americas?
why?  someone please help me out!  thanks.

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scooter boys
get out the map
ghost
jonas & ezekial
no way to treat a friend
love will come to you
tried to be true
hammer and a nail
blood and fire
watershed
make it easier
you and me of the 10,000 wars

(i would have joking and reunion as bonus tracks :p)

worst 5....

cortez the killer
dead man's hiill (i like parts of it...but the parts i don't like *wha*??)
this train revised
burn all the letters
don't give that girl a gun

i won't die if i hear them, but they are not my songs of choice :)


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

                                *****

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

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 07:41:40 -0600
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i found this on the alt.music.alternative.female newsgroup:

compilation "spirit of '73: rock for choice" 22-track 1995 promo cd (bsk 7204)
cover songs. in jewel case with back promo insert and front promo sticker.

tracks are:  intro cb radio (0:08)
babes in toyland "more, more, more" (3:10)
ebony vibe everlasting "we are family" (4:27)
hair dryer (0:12)
letters to cleo "dreams" (4:27)
eve's plum "if i can't have you" (3:05)
johnette napolitano "dancing barefoot" (4:59)
disco craze (0:10)
l7 & joan jett "cherry bomb" (3:43)
that dog "midnight at the oasis" (3:11)
van (0:19)
pet "have you ever been mellow" (4:00)
waterbed (0:19)
rosanne cash "river" (4:20)
melissa ferrick "feel like makin' love" (3:38)
dj (0:18)
cassandra wilson "killing me softly with his song" (5:09)
sarah mclachlan "blue" (2:50)
indigo girls "it won't take long" (7:40)
lip gloss (0:15)
sophie b. hawkins "the night they drove old dixie down" (5:38)
anti-disco(0:25)
outro cb radio (0:06)

to bid please go to:

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=36668083

thanks!

martina
http://members.aol.com/martina179/main.htm

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 09:18:11 -0500
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hmm...i know from past list discussions that airplane is one of the
least favorites of people in general, but i have to admit i like the
song.  i include it on almost every indigo girls car trip tape mix that
i make because it's so much fun!  and, it's the best thing to listen to
when i'm on an airplane (not that i've done much of that recently).

i know it's a little corny, and musically has the effect of scraping
nails on a chalk board (for some people), but that's why i like it so
much!  it's a reminder to me that the girls have a sense of humor and
can laugh at their own idiosyncrasies.

:)
anna

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 09:24:00 -0500
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here goes:

best: (in no particular order)

1.  shed your skin
2.  it's alright
3.  virginia woolf
4.  galileo
5.  ghost
6.  reunion
7.  world falls
8.  letter to eve--i know this isn't their song, but i simply cannot
imagine a best of cd without it.
9.  chickenman
10. crazy game
11. strange fire
12. get out the map
with go and all along the watchtower as bonus tracks

worst:
1.  leeds
2.  let it be me
3.  nashville
4.  history of us
5.  cut it out--i like the intensity, but i just keep on skipping it.

songs i love live:  shed your skin, scooter boys, finlandia
songs i hate live: ghost--i love that song, but it's just way too intense
and personal for me to hear coming directly out of em's mouth.  makes me
bawl like a baby and leeds again.

my two pennies
kelly
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on thu, 29 oct 1998, sheryl jones wrote:

> maybe i'm being completely ignorant here but at least i'm making an effort
> to educate myself.  what is this rally to close university of the americas?
> why?  someone please help me out!  thanks.

the university of the americas is where the governments of
central america send their soldiers to be trained as torture and
killing machines. there is a big movement in el salvador
currently (or at least when my sis was there in may) to pressure
the us government to shut it down. during the war, much of the
torture and killing of salvadoran citizens was done by soldiers
trained there. anyone else know more?

tle

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i am not sure what in sam's hell is going on here, i tried to log-in to
this
> "list", but it did not work for me.   whatever is going on, why dont you just
> share with the rest of us.  come on, i dont know who you are, nor do i care,
> but email the list, and fill us in... in your words, in your time.  we are
> giving you the chance, whoever you are.  speak the hell up.  thank you.  i
> think we all and missy too deserve the chance to hear the story.
> trooper

i tried to find the list and i didnt have much luck...first of
all....even if this did happen....why do the alleged actions of a few
people suddenly make the entire list not worth being on...there are 700
people on this list....youd think people could be mature enough to just
ignore the 5 or 10 or even 50 they dont like....

also...yes if someone or a group of people created a list about someone
to make fun of them, its not a nice thing to do...if i were the object
of it id be hurt and pissed.....but ok....what does that have to do with
the rest of us....that is obciously something personal between a group
of people who happen to be on the same listserv....maybe im missing the
point...but i really dont think so...

--kim

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 07:30:25 -0800
reply-to:     monique barbanson <monique@entelechy.com>
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jill,

i love you! thank you! my friend bar's hurting really bad right now and i've
been hoping someone would have the class to step in and say to the list she
has not been involved. i even composed a letter to you and others to beg for
you to do this but when i got on email this morning. jill, you win!

i want to do my part to share and be a nice person but the only thing i can
do is make another boot offer to this list. i've been thinking about doing
it ever since another wonderful person on the list got me a copy of the
athens oh 4/12/95 boot. you guys, this is the real thing (see shel, no
4-letter word): amy's 30th b-day show. it has the mother of all socs, some
joking about chocolate and is wonderful.

it fits on a 120 min tape. send me private email if you're interested. i'm
going to be away from email most of the day, but depending on the number of
requests i get i might ask for a few branches to help carry the load. let m
eknow if you can help. i won't be back until later pacific time, so don't
expect an answer right away,  but don't wig. anyone who wants this boot will
have a copy.

have a wonderful day, and be good to oneanother,

monique

recidivist spice wrote:

> this is directed towards the listpreachers in general, and barbara
> corrice's flamers, in specific.
>
> guys, if you have a *problem* about a certain topic, write to me, will
> ya?  and leave bar the heck alone.  (see, shel, i'm not swearing, just
> for you! ;)).  stay the heck out of her inbox.  just jump your crabby
> little butts into *mine*. i'm young and snotty and i can handle the
> righteous indignation that i am told is being sent to bar.  bar has
> lupus, and it's kicking her butt right now and she's freaking sick so
> leave her the heck alone.
>
> and not that it's any of your business *whatsoever*, but i would just
> like to tell all the preachers here that bar did not do anything
> anything anything.  she did not do it.  let me clarify and repeat that
> for the doubting thomases out there: barbara corrice played *no* part
> *whatsoever* in the baiting or trickery of *anyone*.  and don't you even
> write to me and say that's not true, cause you know what??? you weren't
> there!  so you don't know.
>
> approximately 792 bystanders (that would be y'all) were dragged into
> something which has *absolutely* nothing to do with them. this situation
> which some people are all getting upset about is not their  fight.  not
> their situation.  not their problem.  don't say it is; it's not.  what
> transpired took place away from and out of earshot/eyesight of this
> list.  it was also done in the parties' own time and space, not *yours*.
> granted, it was a very pathetic thing done, but it was *privately*
> pathetic.  that is key.  private.  as in, the indigo-girls listserv
> ain't got no right to know diddly about it.  you were made an audience
> to something.  lamia acted *rashly* in sending that info to the masses.
> ask her; she'll tell you that.  that she acted on emotion and didn't
> *think* about the logistics or repercussions of doing that.  she knows,
> and i know, and most of you darn well know that it was nobody's business
> except those involved.  but some folks think it is their place to berate
> and degrade the parties involved, and pass judgement on a situation that
> is not theirs?  oh nooooo, i don't think so.  that ain't how due process
> works.  if someone is propelled, by either their curiosity or their
> nosiness or their self-righteousness, to pry and be privy to the details
> of someone else's situation, they would do well to keep their comments
> to themselves, and *certainly* not vent them in a public forum such as
> this. such an audience was not wanted or welcome, and neither are its
> comments.  if you don't know the story, don't you dare throw stones.
> and don't you dare throw *anything* at barbara corrice, because she
> didn't do it.
>
> *shaking* in fury,
> jill
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ok, here goes, in order:
1. blood and fire
2. romeo and juliet   (yes, i know it's a cover!  that's why it isn't number
one;))
3. ghost
4. love will come to you
5. walk away           (i'm surprised no one's mentioned this one yet!)
6. don't give that girl a gun     (i'm your fool\i'm your fool \iiiii'mm your
fooooool!)
7. leeds
8.  mystery
9. wood song
10.  language or the kiss
11. jonas and ezekial
12. shame on you

and maybe as a bonus track, romeo and juliet again!

emily:)

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 11:39:31 -0500
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i don't know what made me think of this - i think i was thinking of
adding to my little personal lyrics guidebook and i started thinking of
colors in songs.  let's see how many songs we can come up with,
including ig covers, that have colors... i know this is silly - but
maybe it'll be fun.

blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)
black - "single thread for the black" (? - isn't that a line? let it be
me)
red - "still deep in the red" (make it easier)
white - "glare off the white hurts my eyes" (hammer & a nail)

any others?  i find myself not able to even place all of these titles
without looking them up - which i can't do right now.

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> ok finally we all get to admit those songs we just have to skip over, even
> though they are ig:

who's we?  i love these songs :-)

>
> 1-2-3 (it may grow on me yet, but chances are slim)

ok... i'm a bit iffy on this one.. "pick up sticks" and all

> chickenman (come on.... chickenman?)

yes!  chickenman!!!  i love this song.  this is my #1.  the lyrics are
wonderful and amy's voice is great.  i've been to one concert (last year
at the univ. of kentucky) and i couldn't wait to hear it live.  so,
before it came on, a farely popular song was on (i don't know what,
least complicated or something), and a lot of people were up dancing and
stuff.  then chickenman comes on and there's almost an audible groan and
people sat down!  i'm going crazy 'cause it sounds so cool.  so, they
end up doing a really long version and by the end people were really
getting into it.  maybe the song is just better live, but i think it's
great.

> cut it out (just gets so whiney at the end)

okay, it prolly doesn't make my list.  but it's way up there.  i like
amy's songs like this one. (shed your sking for example).

> pushing the needle too far  (just not a fan)

i love this song.  the imagery is so powerful.

> hey kind friend (i don't know why this song irks me so, but it does!)

hmm... maybe i agree there :-)

this has been a cool thread, 'cause it's always fun to see how every
song is loved by someone and has a special meaning for a lot of people.
i'll throw in a vote for airplane as the worst though :-)  in fact,
before i read the post listing airplane as the top 5, i had that idea
too!  someone mentioned not liking "hey jesus...", but that's actually
one of my favorite emily songs (in case you haven't noticed, i really am
very biased towards amy).  the song describes really well the feelings
of a person who doesn't really understand god/jesus but definitely
believes in him.  i think actually getting mad a jesus shows an actually
belief in him (just not a good understanding of him).

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lane, tara e. wrote:
>
> i don't know what made me think of this - i think i was thinking of
> adding to my little personal lyrics guidebook and i started thinking of
> colors in songs.  let's see how many songs we can come up with,
> including ig covers, that have colors... i know this is silly - but
> maybe it'll be fun.
>
> blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)
> black - "single thread for the black" (? - isn't that a line? let it be
> me)
> red - "still deep in the red" (make it easier)
> white - "glare off the white hurts my eyes" (hammer & a nail)
>


orange -  "big ball of orange sinking"  (get out the map)

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hi.  sorry for the multiple posts...

  i mentioned in my last letter that i openly like amy's songs better.
there seems to be a bit of a taboo in this on the list.  am i right?
for example, yesterday, the bookstore here on campus was having a
clearence thing and i happened to find nomads, indians, saints (the only
major album i don't have (hey, i'm a poor college student :-) ) for $2.
when i listened to it through the first time i paid a lot more attention
to amy's songs (and read the lyrics closer).  i guess i always seem to
get more out of her songs.  i guess that's cause i'm a "lyrics man" (as
opposed to a "emotions man" or "warm fuzzy's man" or something).  this
isn't to say that i don't like emily's songs.  some of my faves are em's
(the worst of list would prolly be dominated by em though ::shrug::).  i
also wouldn't prefer an amy ray solo album to and indigo girl's album.
i just like amy's lyrics and style better.  so, (w/out starting a war)
what are other listess opinions on this?  (be brave and tell the truth!)

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in a message dated 10/28/98 11:20:16 pm, you wrote:

<<as for dead man's hill, i've gotta side with tara on this one.  i cannot
*stand* the imagery in that song.  i actually liked it before i listened
closely enough and read the lyrics to discover that amy's talking about
someone lighting a cat on fire.  ho uck.  bye-bye track 9. >>

but that's the point!!!!  amy's letting us in on the tradegy that is her life,
and what she has survived.  this song, as well as "this train revised" express
her personal torment.  i sometimes don't like listening to them only because i
feel like i'm invading her privacy.

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>from:  "alissa d. irving" <mari798106@aol.com>

>okay, why is caramia on *everyone*'s least favorite list??  is there
anyone
>out there who mildly appreciates it??

well, i like the orchestration on it... the lyrics are a little bizarre
in a way that appeals to me, but hey... i like flood by they might be
giants, so bizarre is okay to me. it works. i like it better than gotm,
batl, and eiiot... to be fair (in my amy snobness), i also don't really
listen to cut it out that much either... i kind of skip a lot of the end
tracks on sots until hkf.

but hey, any song of theirs beats airplane! ick. ;)
flames can go to avorpagel@mediaone.net thank you. :)

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>from:  "alissa d. irving" <mari798106@aol.com>

>okay, why is caramia on *everyone*'s least favorite list??  is there
anyone
>out there who mildly appreciates it??

well, i like the orchestration on it... the lyrics are a little bizarre
in a way that appeals to me, but hey... i like flood by they might be
giants, so bizarre is okay to me. it works. i like it better than gotm,
batl, and eiiot... to be fair (in my amy snobness), i also don't really
listen to cut it out that much either... i kind of skip a lot of the end
tracks on sots until hkf.

but hey, any song of theirs beats airplane! ick. freakin' "la la
sisters" (what my roomie and i call the roches) ;)
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kim porcaro wrote:
>
> lane, tara e. wrote:
> >
> > i don't know what made me think of this - i think i was thinking of
> > adding to my little personal lyrics guidebook and i started thinking of
> > colors in songs.  let's see how many songs we can come up with,
> > including ig covers, that have colors... i know this is silly - but
> > maybe it'll be fun.
> >
> > blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)
> > black - "single thread for the black" (? - isn't that a line? let it be
> > me)
> > red - "still deep in the red" (make it easier)
> > white - "glare off the white hurts my eyes" (hammer & a nail)
> >
>
> orange -  "big ball of orange sinking"  (get out the map)
>
   oh...and green- "i am green, and you are wood" - cedar tree
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i dare anyone to listen to a live version of this song and maintain their
dislike of it. i swear it can't be done. i started out hating it too, but
heard it live and now love it. i've been wanting to get in on this critique
but like someone said earlier, i just can't seem to critisize. okay, i
guess i fulfill the ig listener stereotype: politically correct and sappy
but i think i'll turn this thread around by listing the songs i used to
hate but came to love:
caramia
hey jesus
touch me fall

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> > lane, tara e. wrote:
> > >
> > > i don't know what made me think of this - i think i was thinking of
> > > adding to my little personal lyrics guidebook and i started thinking of
> > > colors in songs.  let's see how many songs we can come up with,
> > > including ig covers, that have colors... i know this is silly - but
> > > maybe it'll be fun.
> > >
> > > blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)
> > > black - "single thread for the black" (? - isn't that a line? let it be
> > > me)
> > > red - "still deep in the red" (make it easier)
> > > white - "glare off the white hurts my eyes" (hammer & a nail)
> > >
> >
> > orange -  "big ball of orange sinking"  (get out the map)
> >
>    oh...and green- "i am green, and you are wood" - cedar tree

i really should have thought for a while before responding....this is my
last one  i swear...

     i woke up this morning, gray dawn, with a prayer on my
breath.....world falls

     tripping in our yellow feet? i think thats how  it goes....in hand
me downs...

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"i look behind my ears for the green"
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okay..i put this as one of my least favorite songs...and i have heard it live
three times...and i do have to admit it is much better live.  it's not that i
hate this song...it's just not a favorite.

--peace-- trish

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"i'm coming home with a stone
strapped onto my back
i'm coming home with a burning hope
turning all my blues to black."
--world falls

"now we're out in the back with the barking dogs
my heart the red sun
your heart the moon clouded."
--mystery

and of course amy ray's "color me grey"

"color me grey" is an amy ray song, from "color me grey." go figure.

color me grey.

her life is a show
one act follows the other everywhere she goes
she takes the leading role
she never plays herself, save for the time she's on the stage
color her black or white
now, either one reflects the teardrops
one extreme for the other
nothing in between
color her white for the princess she could be
color her black for the troubled child she plays so well
well, she's dancing through hell on a dream.

and blue is soul of the one
reaching for the man that she hasn't got yet
and holding on to those hearts for lost causes
she could be so bright
but she's reaching for us all
color her blue for the loneliness she feels
she's hiding her heart in the sky.

and this is a thursday afternoon
it's just another thursday afternoon
it's just another thursday afternoon

color me grey
i'm a little bit of everything today
and i'm not sure where i'm going
color me grey
wishing i was something more of distinction.

color us all 'cause we're just stars
wishing our lives away
into the distance
and out of existence.

color her black or white
color her blue
or color me grey
color us all - we're stars
wishing our lives away
now we're stars.

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

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caramia...i remember the first time that i heard this song live..it totally
captivated me and i just stared in amazement as emily sang:
"there's a sea full of faces and a show to go on,
and i am struck mute at entrance with nothing to draw from."


it is a great instrumental track..and it really seems like emily likes playing
this one live..

i don't know..just my 2 pennies..

later and indigo smiles..
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in a message dated 10/29/98 12:02:30 pm eastern standard time,
vorpagel@hotmail.com writes:

<< but hey, any song of theirs beats airplane! ick. ;) >>


airplane is such a cute song...one of those ones that anyone could sing along
to...and for the former english student in me, i appreciate the imagery...


indigo smiles...

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in a message dated 10/29/98 11:12:24 am, bjking0@pop.uky.edu wrote:

<<so, (w/out starting a war)
what are other listess opinions on this?  (be brave and tell the truth!)>>

lol!!!!  this list has always had "amy-people" and "emily-people."  it's a
matter of who you relate more to.  i'd say the majority of people here are
"amy-people," but that may be becuase they're more vocal & passionate about
it.  we "emily-people" tend to be more introspective.  isn't that right, pooh?
;)

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touch me fall--"waking from a dream, the neighborhood is green"
three hits--"from a wise man to your red hand"
airplane--"pilot says the big blue sky's like a swimming pool"

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". . . blue lights flashing . . ." ("shame on you")

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okay, i don't know why i received two messages that were duplicate, i
only sent one... sorry to anyone who had to read through two of my
messages. don't know if it's hotmail or the listserv server...

but anyway...
-rose colored glasses from let it be me
-tangled up in blue

wow, just trying to think of them, i've realized that i kind of
associate colors to songs even if they don't talk about them. wow! if
that's not a gestalt! does anyone else do that?
feel free to email me privately...

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lookie!!!  i've gone post crazy!  see what happens when you lurk for so long?
ya finally "come out" & let everyone know yer here!  <g>

this is the best thread i've ever seen! =)

"the night, coffee black" - winthrop
"i hang around sometimes with a bunch of your black sheep" - hey, jesus
and someone quoted the red in "make it easier" but what about "i want to slide
into the black & wear the black mask"?

hmmmm.  seems emily has a thing fer black! ;)

dee (who must go find something else to do with her time now)

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> >from:  "alissa d. irving" <mari798106@aol.com>
>
> >okay, why is caramia on *everyone*'s least favorite list??  is there
> anyone
> >out there who mildly appreciates it??

        "caramia" doesn't stand out on my list of favorite songs, but i like
it.  i love sara lee's string arrangement.  and yes, the lyrics are kind
of out there, but there are some great lines, like "i don't know what's
best for you--where will i be when you've found it? / you know i pray a
lot about these bad feelings inside / i can't pray my way through or
around it."
        come to think of it, that line reminds me a lot of the struggle i
went through after my first girlfriend and i broke up, and i was trying
to find a balance where she and i could remain friends and what was left
of our feelings for each other wouldn't get in the way.  for the longest
time i was horribly jealous of her every time something went right for
her and i wasn't there to share it . . . i was talking to her the other
night and said something like, "well, i think i've gotten over my
'caramia' syndrome now."  (of course, since she isn't an ig fan, she had
no idea what i was talking about and i had to explain it to her.  but hey
. . .i think i coined a phrase.  *grin*)

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on thu, 29 oct 1998 dschulman@aol.com wrote:

> lol!!!!  this list has always had "amy-people" and "emily-people."  it's a
> matter of who you relate more to.  i'd say the majority of people here are
> "amy-people," but that may be becuase they're more vocal & passionate about
> it.  we "emily-people" tend to be more introspective.  isn't that right, pooh?
> ;)

        amy-people?  where?
        oh, come on now . . . i've *never* let on to you all that i'm an
"amy-person," have i now . . .  ;)
        *innocent whistle*

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so you say and i say you know you're full of wish and your babybabybabybabies
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on thu, 29 oct 1998 dschulman@aol.com wrote:

> this is the best thread i've ever seen! =)
>
> "the night, coffee black" - winthrop
> "i hang around sometimes with a bunch of your black sheep" - hey, jesus
> and someone quoted the red in "make it easier" but what about "i want to slide
> into the black & wear the black mask"?
>
> hmmmm.  seems emily has a thing fer black! ;)

yupyup.  got another one:

        "and i'm dirty from the diesel fumes, drinking coffee black"
        ("southland in the springtime")

        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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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 13:23:01 est
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ok.. just a reminder.. anyone who wants this wav clip, email me and tell me
with the subject heading re:  those lesbian indiglo girls.  i will send them
out on monday after my return from an emmaus walk... so be patient all :)  and
that way it'll give everyone a chance to request it... for those who didnt
know.. it's a sound clip of the south park episode where cartmen talks about
lesbians and buying and indiglo girls cd, and closer to fine plays in the
background.  it's hilarious!

anyways, see you guys monday! have a very safe and scary halloween folks!
trooper

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drinking coffee black~s. in the springtime.
not really, but the pristine sheets, of the hotel bed in leeds.. ok sorta :)

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random thoughts i wanna share, provided you don't beat me up for daring
to write such craziness...

now, i love amy ray and you love amy ray and we aaall love amy ray (and
the loud drunken lesbians who were at the cleveland show i'm listening
to obviously love her too, as they're screambellowing
"woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhh!!!" every other second...
oh goody, now they're shouting "scooter boys!!!" ... "mystery!!!"...
"woooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!"
geez).

but, god love amy ray, she is so so so so so tonally flat on this thing.
i'm shaking my head to one side and twitching, much like my high school
choir director used to do ;).  she completely messed up roll the dice,
way below the radio, and love is everything.  here, let me take you on a
little guided auditory imagery... way below the radio:  a nice, lilting
soprano melody, soft and sweet and dead-on key.  that's lisa germano.
then, the chorus: in the background emerges this heavy, draggy, "flat
flat flat flat flat" (to quote cooper seay;)) tone.  just so out of
tune.  and it's amy. i didn't even know it was her; i'm listening to it,
going, who the *heck* is botching this thing?!  so i look at my setlist,
and read down everyone's column.... and find out it's *amy*!  whoa.  i
would never have expected such a performance from her.  although i have
noticed her tendency to go flat live, it has never been this flat (or
else emily just steps it down a half step so they can tune together, i'm
not sure).

now, i remember from cincinnati, which was at the end of the tour
(whereas cleveland was night #3), that the performances were beautiful
and dead-on.  from everyone, even our token tone-deaf thalia.  awwwww,
that's my thalia.  hee.  anyways, it will prove very interesting to
listen to and compare the different shows, as the tour progressed.  how
they all learned to work and engage each other musically like they did.
that is truly a socialist way to make music, and it's just so darn cool
how they did it.
jill

p.s.-- now they're on jean smith's "chisel".  thalia zedek's clarinet is
just scratching at the walls, groaning and squeaking and ohhhhh man....
so soo good.  (yeah, i'm all-for waay outta whack instruments, but if
your voice is off, i freak ;))

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okay, jill, as long as we're going to discuss things we're listening to at
the moment and quote cooper seay, i'll throw in my .02  (me, talking about
cooper?  how unusual!)

anyway.  if you want to hear some fine guitar work that really adds to a
song, listen to cooper's wonderfully atmospheric parts on "jonas &
ezekial".  any electric guitar you hear is my girl...i mean cooper.

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hey all you music mavens!!  can anyone help me out here?  i'm trying to
figure out the words to sarah's song "silence" (done with delirium).  i
think i saw it on a compilation cd somewhere, so i don't even know where
it's from, really....if y'all could help, i'd surely appreciate it.

thanks!!
michal

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hi,

university of the americas is an actual regular college, not to be
confused with school of the americas, which is a military tactical
school run by our army with our money to educate the armies of central
and latin america on how to do things like oh, torture and murder
people. (sorry, i'm opinionated onnthis one)

check out http://www.soaw.org for more info, including a link to the
school's own page, to get both sides.

-larissa
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comes to an end." -e.s.

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okay, then -- am i an "amy" or and "emily" person?  i think that emily is a far
better songwriter (lyrics and music) and musician (in terms of guitar skills)
than amy, but i prefer amy's voice over emily's, and i think amy has a better
imagination and is the force behind the risks they take [not to mention the
fact that she can be so sexy, even when wearing mis-matched striped pants and
shirts].  i respect them equally, but for different reasons.  their talent is
in bringing these traits together.  also -- am i mistaken or has a shift taken
place?  it seems to me that back when i first started listening to them (early
90's), that more people identified with/favored emily.

-- heidi

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i think amy and emily both have their strengths and they are perfect
compliments to each other.

in my opinion amy is a better songwriter and singer, emily is a much
superior musician.

if it weren't for amy, there would be no ig now because she had the drive
and the savvy to promote them.

however, if there were no emily we'd have a whole album (or four) of
"squeaky fromme".  as much as i like that song, too much of a good thing is
still too much.

i actually identify with emily more.  i have the same sort of voice, the
same red wavy hair, the same endomorph physique.  unfortunately, i am
nowhere near the musician she is.  i admire her very much.

i don't understand amy at all.  however, i find her incredibly attractive.

that pretty much sums it up.

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i really like caramia though. it has so many layers in it. and when they sing
"a sea full of faces and a show to go on..." it just so grand.

is it just me or does anybody else have to cry when they hear hey jesus? cause
the lyrics describe exact how i used to feel some time.

i think i really can't pick a favorite between amy and emily's songs. they are
just so different and they cover different topics. so it depends on my mood
when i want to listen to their songs.  also, i heard it from somewhere that
they said after they arrange the song together it becomes an indigo girls'
song. so i wonder if i should separate them as "amy's songs" or "emily's
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hey jesus is way too painful for me.  it describes exactly how i felt when
i was 15-16.  i was not a happy camper then.  for that reason, i find it
hard to listen to.

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> << << q: how many internet mailing list subscribers does it take
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i thought this was very funny the first time i saw this.  after 45 times
though, well, . . . ;)

elaine

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got a few more, not sure if some of these have already been covered but
oh well . . .

from blood quantum (i've been listening to my honor 1 tape all morning):
        "genocide / how white the snowy graves / how red the blood terrain"

everything in its own time:
        "all around the table the white-haired men are gathered"

jonas and ezekial:

        "white chain rope fear"

cedar tree:
        "and i am green, and you are wood"


this train revised:
        "a fish white belly"
        "cover our eyes with clear blue skies"

center stage:
        "jangling beads and silver rings"
        (well, okay, so it's a metal but it's a color too.  :p)

make it easier:
        "i'm in search of greener pastures"

crazy game:
        "don't be thinking grey is here to stay"

watershed:
        "the gold and the rainbow"
        lots of colors right there.  :)

touch me fall:
        "i'm waking from a dream, the neighborhood is green"

this thread is fun.  :)  kind of like finding all tori amos's references
to food (yes, i did have to mention tori) . . .


        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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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 15:38:51 -0600
reply-to:     "sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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you know what? green is everywhere in their songs!

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 12:38:54 pst
reply-to:     recidivist spice <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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omg, i've just heard possibly the funniest audience interaction ever
recorded on tape:

amy <speaking of jane siberry>: "a woman of pulchritude has joined
us..."

random loud drunken lesbian, clear as a bell into the silence: "pulch
her?  i don't even know her!"

even amy had to laugh at that.

ohhh man.


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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 15:35:18 -0500
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hey y'all. since so many people have asked about it, i'm going to post the
flier i got about the vigil/civil disobedience protest at the school of the
americas in november. if y'all have any questions about it, i can ask my
friends at the gcdm to help you out. have a good one!

jendy
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the us army school of the americas has trained 60,000 latin american
soldiers in combat skills, commando tactics, military intelligence, and
torture techniques. hundreds of thousands of latin americans have been
tortured, raped assassinated, "disappeared." massacred, and forced into
refuge by graduates of this "school of assassins." soa graduates target
educators, union organizers, religious workers, student leaders, the poor,
and those who work for the rights of the poor.

in november, thousands of people will gather at ft, benning's main gat to
say no! to the soa. on november 22, 1,000 will "cross the line" into ft,
benning in a solemn funeral procession. with this act of civil disobedience,
the 1,000 will risk arrest to honor and speak for our sisters and brothers
who have been soa victims. both those who remain at the vigil site and those
who cross the line will be one in calling our leaders to close down the
school of assassins.

the schedule is as follows:

friday, november 20
5 pm dinner at local restaurants
6 pm civil disobedience/non-violence training (those considering crossing
the line must attend one of the cd/non-violence trainings)

saturday, november 21
10 am to 5 pm vigil at the ft. benning main gate
  music, reflections, speakers, street theatre
sunday, november 22
10 am vigil and program
12 noon (approx) begin "crossing the line"
5 pm vigil ends

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 13:13:28 pst
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> heidi clark <hclark1@columbiaenergygroup.com> said:

> the most well worded response to the question which indigo girl do
> you like best.
(not in those words)

in fact, heidi, you hit the nail on the head about the way i feel about
ig... yeah!

well, current poll results on my web site place emily in a slight lead
of who is the favorite indigo girl. of course, it's a very unscientific
poll, but here are the current results (go vote!)
of 112 respondents:
emily 48%
amy 40%
sully 6% (see, now... i had to have it... and the woman ~does~ rock!)
neither 5%

so, emily appears to be the favorite among those who visit my site and
vote (maybe even vote often!) :) have a good one!

peace,
amy (who's gonna stop posting soon... really!)

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


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well all, after hearing this latest debate and following all the crap going on
this list, i'm out of here. i'm disgusted by the sublist that everyone is mad
about--i think that being huffy because their little secret got out is so
arrogant and childish that i'm the one shaking with anger. the fact that all of
us are indifferent enough to someone's pain that we'd rather discuss why
airplane is such an unpopular song instead of addressing what is going on in
this list is making me sick. i know that most of you are good people, but i
can't take the crap of a few anymore.
    see ya around
    sharoane

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 07:59:29 -0400
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hi all, i've decided for my sanity to sign off the big list, much as it
pains me to do so because i love so many of you. i just can't feel good
about what's happened here and i'm just feeling like it would be best if i
left you all.

but, for those of you who i am finishing boots for ( mostly uvm 97 boots
and in with the out crowd) they will be on their way to your door in the
next few days. i'm a bit behind but not too bad, several padded envies
still going......:)

peace and love to those of you who still have some humanity on this list.

xxoo, sus
aka susan b
aka grandma riot grrl

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to me the music...the notes, the melodies and harmonies are more
important...the lyrics end up being more important, but a lot of times i
wil listen to songs and not know all the words, and still love the song
all the same.  luckily, the lyrics almost always make me love the song
more...

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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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in a message dated 10/29/98 2:26:42 am est, listserv@netspace.org writes:

<< i was wondering what part of the ig songs is more important for you if you
listen to the songs for the first time(s), the lyrics or the music (i know
it's not really possible to separate this)? >>

i have to say lyrics.  for me it's always been the music that catches me and
the lyrics that keep me.  when i first heard ig...well wait...no, when i first
got addicted it was 2 of my close friends' beautiful voices covering an ig
song for a talent competition.  i listened to their words and was so touched.
when i first heard cut it out, land of canaan and nashville, i disliked them.
cut it out was too shouty, not musicy (i know it makes no sence), land and
nashville were a little too countryish.  then i really heard the words.  all 3
songs touched me.  cut it out because of the raw passion and the other two
because of what they were about....don't ask. m aybe it's just me.  now i
loved the song mouth when i first heard it, it was really pretty..u.ntil i
really listened to what she was saying....now do i really want to hear about
having sex everytime i turn on my radio....anyway, thats it

rae

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in a message dated 10/29/98 1:16:27 pm est, listserv@netspace.org writes:

<< > > blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)
> > black - "single thread for the black" (? - isn't that a line? let it be
> > me)
> > red - "still deep in the red" (make it easier)
> > white - "glare off the white hurts my eyes" (hammer & a nail)
> >
>
> orange -  "big ball of orange sinking"  (get out the map)
>
    oh...and green- "i am green, and you are wood" - cedar tree >>

another green!!!!
"the neighborhood is green" from touch me fall!  i'll never forget that scene
in the video....

sorry if this has already been posted.  i'm on digest.

rae

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hkf's,
        i am sorry to be posting this because it has already been brought up, but
someone recently posted the link for pictures of cooper seay and viva la diva.
if it is at all possible, can someone send me the link again?  somehow it got
lost.  thanks in advance. =o)
peace,
l

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hey y'all--
  i was wondering if anyone made a boot of the cincinnati suffragette
sessions?  i'm sure i have something to trade or sumthin' . please!!!
lauren

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hello everyone,

well, i thought i would share my two latest exciting ig-related happenings
with ya...  my partner and i go to karaoke at the local lesbian bar just
about every tuesday night.  unfortunately, they only have *one* ig song.
closer to fine.  big surprise.  i don't really like that song so much as
others, but i have sang it a time or two, just because, well, when you
love ig, you'll even sing a song you don't like at karaoke, just because
it's ig! :)  i haven't sung it for a while though, however, because,
well, it got old.  (strike me down, i know...)

so, anyway, last week a (then) acquaintence (now friend) we've met through
going to karaoke so much brought along her *shaming of the sun* cd because
she wanted to sing some songs with it.  as soon as my partner and i
realized we, too, could sing anything from our cd collection (me thinking
particularly of ig, of course) the world of karaoke opened up wider than
we could have ever imagined!!!  our karaoke friend, however, didn't want
to sing by herself because, you know, ig is two parts...  so...  *i* sang
with her on shame on you!!  my g*d was it amazing!!  then, she and my
partner sang "get out the map."  it was a great night.  she asked if i
would sing "strange fire" with her the next week.  of course, i said yes.

so, all this week my partner and i were trying to pick out what cds we
were going to bring and what songs we wanted to sing.  we were practicing,
all different songs. i practiced "strange fire."  also, i had picked
"fugitive" for myself. i thought i sounded miraculously good.  usually i
sound really bad on karaoke, really whiny.  ok, yeah, i guess that means,
i sound bad in real life, too. but, i actually don't suck on amy songs.
must be because it's in my range better.  however, it ended up that we get
roped into doing something which made us miss going home to get our cds
before karaoke.

but, when we got their we noticed that our friend had brought some cd's
along (actually only one was hers, which we found out later).  i said to
my partner, i'll sing "fugitive" is she has _swamp_  well, turns out,
that's the one she had.  ack!  by the end of the night, between the three
of us we had sang all but *five* songs from that album!! :)  i sang
fugitive, and wood song (high for me, but miraculously i didn't suck...),
my partner sang touch me fall, and reunion, and our friend sang power of
two and least complicated.  i can't wait till next week.  i think i'm
going to bring sots and nis...  woo-wee!!

ok, now the other thing i wanted to share isn't that long.  i promise.
so, today i'm sitting at home in my living room when i hear outside ig
music!!  we all know this is a very rare occurrence...  so, i bolt out of
my chair, turn around, and look out the window, searching for the source.
by the time i turned around, i recognized the song playing was "don't give
that girl a gun"  woo!  an awesome song.

whenever i hear an ig song (or something else i like that is pretty rarely
heard) that i didn't put on myself, i'm always shocked.  and for the first
few seconds of hearing it, i lose all capability of my super-quick
recognition of which ig song is playing.  in fact, i don't necessarily
know who the artist is!  i just know three things for those first few
milliseconds:  "i like this!" "i can't believe this is playing" and "this
is *great*!"  then after the initial shock, artist and song recognition
come back into line. :)

so, anyway, i figure out that the ig music is coming from a convertible
parked in front of my apartment...  so, i decide i'm going to see which
apartment she goes into, so i can see where my fellow ig fan lives.  well,
she proceeds to organize/clean some things in her car for about five
minutes (all the way through "leeds" and part way through the next
song...)... she lives a couple doors down, across the street. :)  yeah,
me.  i'm an obsessed freak, and y'all love me for it! ;)

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:         thu, 29 oct 1998 18:50:33 -0500
reply-to:     burton emanuelle neuman <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
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        (in no particular order)

        best of...
        ********
        language or the kiss
        three hits
        chickenman
        least complicated
        prince of darkness
        go (the suffragette song)
        wood song
        world falls
        pushing the needle too far
        joking
        mystery (acoustic version - so much better than the album!)
        american tune

        (with hey kind friend, hand me downs, and ghost close behind,
along with just about everything else on n*i*s)

        worst of...
        *******
        don't give that girl a gun
        high horse
        center stage
        get together
        i can't think of anything else, but not airplane


>okay, why is caramia on *everyone*'s least favorite list??  is there
>anyone out there who loves that song??  or even mildly appreciates it??

        i love caramia - it's on my list of twelve, but it was the first
song that really impressed me on sots. as much as i like a lot of emily's
other songs on that album, i really feel that caramia is the only one that
displays emily's incredible talent for crafting words in the way that is
uniquely hers.
        this is not to say that gotm and batl don't have lyrical merit -
it's just not the same kind of lyrical merit that we see in ghost or
language or the kiss. in fact (i can already feel the flames coming) based
on the new emily songs we've heard, it seems to me that she's moving away
from the articulate, uniquely emily style that i adore so much. i really
like winthrop (don't much like soon to be nohing) but i miss the language.
        and now for something completely different... i noticed a lot of
people have hkf on their worst of lists, and it positively breaks my
heart. okay, i agree that the horn during the instrumental bridge is
pretty hokey, but the rest of it...
        sots came out about a month before i graduate from high school.
now, unlike a lot of people i know, i really liked high school a lot, and
i still really miss the wonderful community i had there. to me, hkf
describes the many shades of sentiment that accompany the feeling of
knowing it's time to leave a group of people who have meant a lot more
delicately and with greater resonance than anything else i know of. it's a
very sad, strong, gentle song about knowing when to let go.
        okay. off my soapbox now. :)

        mandy

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 18:56:39 -0500
reply-to:     burton emanuelle neuman <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
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subject:      re: colorful thread
x-to:         "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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on thu, 29 oct 1998, lane, tara e. wrote:

> i don't know what made me think of this - i think i was thinking of
> adding to my little personal lyrics guidebook and i started thinking of
> colors in songs.  let's see how many songs we can come up with,
> including ig covers, that have colors... i know this is silly - but
> maybe it'll be fun.
>
> blue - "bright blue jumping mat" (?)

        don't forget the blue lights flashing down a long dirt road, or my
heart the red sun (your heart the moon, clouded).
        mandy

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 19:00:40 -0500
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        sorry about the repitition, y'all. i obviously should read all of
my list mail before i post replies.
        :)
        mandy

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hey y'all.  i just had to share an amusing little tale with ya.  my g/f is
primarily a country music <shudder!> fan.  however, i have been inundating her
with the girls, particularly 1200 curfews.  her comments on their music were
"it's not bad."  not the greatest response, but when i went to visit her at
work (she works for hollywood video), she had put watershed into the vcr!  i
just about fell over.  i am slowly but surely converting her to the glory of
our girls :)  do i get a toaster oven or something for this?

this second part is specifically directed at trooper.  ao-hell isn't letting
me email you for some stupid reason.  it keeps shutting me down every time i
try.  i have the south park wav you're talking about, but i can't upload it to
send it to a friend of mine.  i was wondering if you could maybe do it for me.
or just send it to me, and i'll try forwarding it to her.  something.

oh yeah.  i almost forgot.  i can't for the life of me remember which song has
the line about anger from intimate strangers in it.  the bad part is that that
particular line has been running through my head for days.  can somebody tell
me which song it is?

anyway, enough random babbling from me....

dawn

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-jonas & ezekiel

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does anyone know anything about the wendy bucklew concert that is supposed to
be at mills college on friday october 30th in oakland, ca? any info at all
would be much appreciated. sorry for the nigc. thanks

anna

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 19:53:39 est
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wow!  since i sent that post about, oh maybe 20 minutes ago, i've gotten 6
replies.  y'all are fast!  thanx to everybody who answered my question.  still
need to hear from troop though.

dawn

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date:         thu, 29 oct 1998 17:30:44 pst
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yet another self-righteous grandstander wrote:

>...after... following all the crap going on
>this list, i'm out of here. i'm disgusted by the sublist....

hey, if there's any more of them preachers out there, they can feel free
to take all that antipathy and direct it toward something socially
useful.  there's no point whatsoever in expressing how very very *evil*
we all are as compared to the oh-so-sacrosanct character which they
possess.  because eeeeeverybody is human and capable of lapses of
judgement.  and don't say that what was done here is *bad*der than
anything you've ever done, cause it ain't.  we are all faillable.  every
last one of us.  and, quite frankly, it's ludicrous to be quitting this
list in your anger.  i mean, get pissed.  get angry. thrash about.
spark a heated debate with the participants of such a devious plan.  but
quit the list?  why?  i'm not seeing the connection here.

bandwagon jumpers such as this just look silly, getting all riled up
over a situation that is not only long done with, but also settled with
all parties involved. it's over, man.  let it drop.  i'm sorry if some
people think this hasn't been given as much *attention* as necessary
(gee, if it was *their* situation to begin with, they would have known
that there's actually been a great deal of correspondence and
communication and thinking and hurting and feeling and *forgiving* and
*resolution* on all accounts of all parties involved therein. but, then
again, it's not their situation. ahem).  sooo they just stand there and
shout insults, as if that either a) mattered at this point in the game,
b) helped anything that's left unresolved at this point in the game, or
c) made them look intelligent up there on their soapbox.

i'm sorry that a small few feel that by going about list business as
usual while allowing private parties to deal privately with private
matters (as a vast amount of you have, for which i thank you), we are
showing "indifference to someone's pain," as that is *quite* not the
case here.  i guess y'all don't know about it, cause it's all being done
privately, where it should be done.  so i'm telling you-- it's been
done. calm down.  please.  don't destroy this list over something that
doesn't have anything to do with the list.

again, i'm tired of trying to bulwark myself from all the righteous
indignation flying around.  if you actually bother to write me to calmly
and non-snottily (this is key) to ask what happened, i would give (and
have done so) an explanation.  but apparently some choose to forego the
discussion and just declare open season on pariah hunting.  too bad.
nothing ever got accomplished that way, as i well know; and i've had to
learn this the hard way (but incidentally, ramming insults into
someone's head does not teach them anything).

sadly, sharoane was a list acquaintance of mine.  i wrote to her and
explained to her as best i could, from the heart (why, yes, i *do*
possess one).  not that she deserved an explanation.  but i chose to be
honest and truthful with her.  however, she chose not to forgive me when
i wrote to her clearly expressing my regret and sorrow over the recent
turn of events.  that is very unfortunate.  for her.  i've already
received forgiveness from the only way that could have brought me here
today, and that's aaaaall that matters.  but it hurts that she could not
find it in her heart to forgive.  that is very sad.

for the love of pete wells, may this be the last public post on this.
jill


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unsubing from a list doesn't solve a thing. i was a big target and i am
still here. i am not leaving if you are angry get a hacky sack or small
ball and throw it against the wall or go for a walk. just a suggestion.
missy

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bar, can we please be adults for a second? i asked you not to involve
the list in this! i appologized for my indiscretion for posting that
email to the list, that should be the end of their involvement.

lamia


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> who the hell is lamia to invite the public to view private email?

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okay.  let's put things into perspective.

everything that happened, happened off-list.  so stand there and look me =
in the face and throw me off the list because i make fun of someone =
behind their back, off the list.  i don't think so.

several people who have good standing on this list (bar and jill, to =
name two) have been seriously hurt by what happened, having been accused =
of actively participating in something they did not participate in and =
even acted against. =20

the more this issue is discussed, the more one other particular person - =
missy - is hurt by it.  the last time i checked, it usually hurt to get =
made fun of, yes.  however, having that small humiliation exposed =
publicly to over a thousand people has got to hurt worse.  how would you =
feel if you knew that a thousand people were hearing about how a couple =
of people ragged on you?

if this nonsense continues, it will destroy this list.  already we're =
seeing long-standing listees removing themselves.  it is *long past =
time* for this debate to be over.

the high priestess of amyism has spoken.
~~jennifer
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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...
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at 06:29 pm 10/29/98 -0800, pretty silver grrrl wrote:
>bar, can we please be adults for a second? i asked you not to involve
>the list in this!

excuse me??????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
what?!  *you* asked *bar* not to involve the list?
if i recall correctly, (and i do!) you are the one
who dragged the list into this!  puh-lease!!!!
get a reality check, would ya?


i appologized for my indiscretion for posting that
>email to the list, that should be the end of their involvement.

the point is, you apologized to the list.  not to any of
us.  and that is not enough.
it is not acceptable!

i truly apologize to everyone who wants to quit hearing about this-
but this is the first i've said, and i couldn't take this *bs* any
longer.

fuming,
leigh ann


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1. colors
i have noticed the color references in their
music, but of course i am especially sensitive
to that because i wrote my 80 page senior
paper on color references in two russian
novels. i noticed blue a lot, especially in
reference to indigo, and also i noticed that
"river" is off of joni mitchell's album called
"blue."   and, speaking of which, i was wonder-
ing about the fact that emily changes one word
in this song "long" to "wide".  i like her version
better, it rhymes much better. i wonder why
she changed it though.
2.  favorites
i am not gonna try to list my bests and worsts,
but one thing i have found interesting is that
a lot of people dont like let it be me. i am
just wondering why because i like that one
a lot (which, by the way, i was wondering if
anyone has guitar chords for that because i
havent found it on the web). also even though
i am not listing my favorites, i have to say
i love nashville.
3. lyrics/music
lyrics for sure!

hmm i guess that's it
shannon

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hi... thanks for all the responses to this.  i'm glad we've got a few
good threads going (meaning threads that have to do with ig or their
songs).  i think somebody was actually annoyed by that... odd... then
again, i haven't been following the soap opera to closely.

ok... at least 2 people voiced their opinion that emily writes better
lyrics.  i was kinda' surprised by this 'cause i like amy so much b/c i
thought her lyrics were better.  mayhaps i've misjudged emily's lyrics.
i guess one big reason i have this opinion is that emily has more lines
that make me "cringe".  for example, airplane.  well, that whole song
makes me cring :-)  galileo is pretty cool, except for that "i think
i'll write a book" line, eeeeh.  i guess it also has to do with that
kind of lyrics i like.  my favorite artist is bob dylan (see, i told you
i really like lyrics over music ;-), and i think it's easy to argue that
amy's lyrics are more like his than emily's.  i guess i'd compare
emily's lyrics to a thomas hardy novel vs amy as like dostoyevsky or
salinger or something.  ::shrug::  so, here's that challenge for the
"emily people". show me an emily song that really makes you think, and
tell me (in detail) why.  have fun....

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>my favorite song on sots is and was from the first listening,
caramia!!!
>
>you go, em!  that song rocks!
>carrie


i must agree here, though not my *most* fav song on the album it is one
of my favorites...i mean how can you not love a song with a reference to
harriet the spy??

beth

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hey y'all... i accidentally replied only to sender, when i actually was
interested in hearing people's responses in general... (oops!!)

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thesfc wrote:

> i paid a lot more attention
> to amy's songs (and read the lyrics closer).  i guess i always seem to
> get more out of her songs.  i guess that's cause i'm a "lyrics man" (as
> opposed to a "emotions man" or "warm fuzzy's man" or something).

> so, (w/out starting a war)
> what are other listess opinions on this?  (be brave and tell the truth!)

y'know, that's really odd.  i'd say i'm an emily-woman myself, and i'd use
that exact reason to justify it - the lyrics!!!  ain't no one can write a
deep, lyrically beautiful, metaphor-filled, cogent and cohesive,
soultouching song like emily.  i always felt like amy's hitting you in the
gut with a series of sharp hard images that aren't necessarily cogently
connected in any way - the imagery is powerful, but in spurts - whereas
emily's lyrics bring you into her head and take you on through, and it's
unbroken, more gentle sometimes, sure, but just as intense, and pure and
deep and *whole*.  maybe i just identify with emily's thinking more, maybe
that's all, i dunno.

but y'know, my question with regard to amy v. emily people would be more
along these lines:  is it just me, or do most amy fans go "oh, man, she's so
hot" and focus a helluva lot not only on her emotional intensity, but on the
sexiness they feel it imbues her with, as opposed to emily fans?  i've just
not heard emily fans be vocal in that same, um.. gonadlike(?) way? (forgive
me, i can't think of another way to put it! ;)
emily fans - if you think the woman is smokin' hot, sexy, etc. - if she
makes you melt into a puddle on the floor, or flattens you against the wall,
i think now would be the time to speak up!!!  ;)  (this is not an
impingement on a&e's privacy - don't get your panties in a twitch - i'm just
wondering if there's any truth to the different ways they seems to be
perceived by their fans... consider it a sociological study, and put down
your flamethrowers!! ;)

and why should we assume that emily fans are more quiet?  *i'm* certainly
not (ask anybody.   no, on second that, just ask jill, she's all the
reference i need, regarding being outspoken, i think!).  who are the other
vocal e-girls out there?  i *know* y'all are out there, i know i've spoken
to some of you.

and why do i feel like i have to justify saying i'm an e-girl by reiterating
how much i like amy too, and that it's not a "one's better than the other"
kinda thing?  the two are a *duo*, they work together - preferring one over
another is actually ok, because ultimately it doesn't make a difference,
noone's going to be hurt by it (like they don't expect it?  come on) and
it's no disprespect to have a personal preference.

so i say it proudly!!

my vote's on emily.
(though i'll admit that amy looked really hot in the last scene of boys on
the side, where she's slouching sexily in the window.  i've never seen emily
slouch sexily.  oh well. ;)
hmm... y'know, "slouching sexily" is a pretty good band name....

all right, when it gets this random, y'know you gotta go....

peace and patience,
michal

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we all know this is the indigo girls list, but we also know that this list
is much more than that.  this list is about a community of 800 listees who
care about people and our environment.  we are on this list because  we are
surrounded by love and warm fuzzies.  we  continue to stay on this list
because no where else can we find so many beautiful people who respect and
value one another.  the friendships started on this list are loving
friendships that grow stronger as each day passes. the tremendous amount of
compassion and kindness that takes place daily on this list is an
affirmation of all the love and beauty that exists in humanity.

this list has given me so many beautiful gifts....  and i am most thankful
for my friends...   babs, jill, karen and leigh ann are beautiful gifts.  i
love them so much and  their friendship has given me great happiness.  these
beautiful people define the meaning of unconditional love, loyalty,
kindness, and support. in life you are lucky if you meet one person like my
friends, who will sacrifice themselves for a friend and exhibit fearless
courage to protect their friend. i wish everyone could know the loving
friendship that i have shared with these lovely, precious people.  our world
is a better place because of them, as they always give so much of
themselves.  i only wish that everyone facing a personal crisis can know the
unwavering support, love, and genuine caring that my friends offer me.  it
is a great honor to have babs, jill, karen and leigh ann as friends, and i
have the utmost respect for them.  if i die tomorrow, my life will have been
complete because i have known the beauty of true friendship.

i have received an over-whelming amount of beautiful emails and i want to
thank all of you for your kind words and support. i'm so sappy, i can't read
them without crying!!  thank you soooooo much!!!   and it may take me a week
to respond to everyone, but i promise i will. thank you list for all the
gifts.  and thank you list for giving me very special, beautiful
friends....precious monique, there will never be enough words to express how
beautiful you are and how much i love you!!!  tim, you are my prince and i
have always loved you!!  lori macleod, thank you so much and i love you!!
karen frey, you are my kind, long time bud, and i love you!!  pam the
director, thanks for sending it cuz it worked and i love you!!!!

***jill, i could not love you more, or be more proud of you, than if you
were my own child!!!  i love you so much and pleeeeezzzze lemme adopt
you?***

okay precious people, let's all play nice.  everyone take a long nap cuz we
have all been too cranky..  and don't make me put anyone in time out!  and
if everyone behaves, i'll write one of my famous *off the walll* & *what the
hell*  kinda posts, but i promise it will not be one of those, *bar's into
mischief again* kinda posts..  eat some cookies and drink some milk and
crank up the volume and listen to my amy & emily.  (ya know those grrls love
me! geez, i'm always backstage)

love and serenity,  bar

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hi y'all,
i"ve been on this list for a while (diatribe not forthcoming, okay?) and
i've seen the best of thing several times, and i don't ever read them.  who
cares what people's best ofs are--the worst of is waaaaaay more fun!  now,
these aren't their worst songs musically, and i don't have a lot of boots,
but i personally happen to hate these songs:

1. power of two (can i throw up now? blech blech blech blech blech blech blech)
2. wood song (ditto, oh icky sweet lyrics and silly, vapid "by a greater
hand"--gag--i'd excise this from my cassette if only i could)
3. caramia (nuff said)
4. chickenman (i"ve flip flopped on this one several times but right now
i'm in a hating phase)
5. 1,2,3  (please don't subject me to this crap, oh wonderful amy...oh
please...waaah)

i tried to be evenhanded though i happen to dislike icky together crap much
more than confused lyrics played way too hard on the flat guitar.

:-)  and we're in a good mood today, aren't we?!

luv
suzi

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re: jonas&ezekiel, i liked cooper's guitar parts so much i worked through
several of them note by note with the song book and the help of a friend. they
sound really cool on an acoustic guitar too!

also i finally got my act together to order inn trouble and watched it the
other night with my gf. we're both in agreement. cooper's a cutie and sexy as
hell. now i really get why amy's so broken up about the whole situation. i
thought the movie was overall very likable and worth watching on its own
merits as long as you're willing to forgive some of the more amateurish
performances. there's an underground garage feel to it that only adds to its
charm. i'll definitely be looking for more movies from cristina rey at future
g&l film festivals.

m

sheryl jones wrote:

> okay, jill, as long as we're going to discuss things we're listening to at
> the moment and quote cooper seay, i'll throw in my .02  (me, talking about
> cooper?  how unusual!)
>
> anyway.  if you want to hear some fine guitar work that really adds to a
> song, listen to cooper's wonderfully atmospheric parts on "jonas &
> ezekial".  any electric guitar you hear is my girl...i mean cooper.
>
> ---------------------------
> sheryl jones / sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu
> cooper seay page:
> <http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/cooper/cooper.htm>
> boot page: <http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm>
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shanie,
baby you are obsessed but darlin so am i !!!!!!  i about lost it and
personally there is no other words that are not a bit off color that i could
use to describe what that song did to me.(blushing a bit here) the line "i
want to know i want to know my lord" did it for me and yes watching amy take
off her clothes was a wonderful thing to witness.  you got me thinkin about it
again and now i am going to have to watch the video again.(like someone needs
to twist my arm...tee hee)
has anyone else seen the video yet????  got any thoughts you want to share
about it???
peace love and light
beccie

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 09:23:41 pst
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someone posted about not liking the fact that dmh had references to a cat being lit on fire.  it has a lot of meaning--even more knowing that it happened to her, as amy says on watershed.  if scatalogical lyrics is a reason to not like a song, i'm curious.  why do so many like blood and fire?  i love the song, but it does have some intense, disturbing lyrics.  "i have spent nights with matches and knives...leaving my cuts, leaving my burns, hoping i'd learn."  it's not hard to figure this one out.

toye
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                                                           --amy ray

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 07:22:33 -0800
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i'm listening to rose on the nyc boot right now, singing aura with a&e
on backup vocals. it's beautiful and i finally understand why amy is so
enthusiastic about her songwriting. now i'm going to have to order her
cd.
i'm trying to finish remastering this so we can tree it...

monique

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can somebody please tell me where i can get the jesus christ superstar video?
i have looked every where in my town...an it's not to be found.  can i order
it from some place?
and a little nigc:
are their any listees out by new hampshire....particularly keene, nh?  i am
going to be applying to a grad school there and i'm wondering if the area is
gay friendly and what the town is like...if anyone knows, please e-mail me
privately.  thanks!!
-- peace -- trish

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anyone.
i have some great boots..straight from sound board ( no they aren't ig
so relax) but some have a 60 cycle buzz on them ( some amp wasn't using
a ground lift i suppose)
well when y'all do your magic , can you get rid of that...
let me know if anyone knows..k?

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 10:20:09 -0700
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subject:      rock for choice cd
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by the way, you can usually find the rock for choice cd at your local used
cd shop.  i got mine for $2.  i wouldn't recommend bidding more than $5 or
$6 for this since they are easy to find.
g.

on thu, 29 oct 1998, sheryl jones wrote:

> i found this on the alt.music.alternative.female newsgroup:
> compilation "spirit of '73: rock for choice" 22-track 1995 promo cd (bsk 7204)
> cover songs. in jewel case with back promo insert and front promo sticker.
> to bid please go to:
> http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=36668083

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this was my second ig show. ig was headlining a two day festival out
here in ca instead of the dead and it was also my introduction to the
whole dead head thing. we got a lot of sun that day but it was worth it.

ig came out around sunset and i remember amy wearing her blue satin
baseball jacket. she said she was cold but after a few songs, the jacket
was on the stage. she sang romeo and juliet towards the end of the show
and emily did a joni mitchell song solo. before one of the last songs,
amy called cooper to come out on stage and play a song with them. i
don't remember which one it was. one of the pictures of the empty stage
on the 1200 curfew cd was taken there.

who else was there? i was young and naive back then and i did not know
about booting. i would really love to get my hands on a boot of that
show. security was pretty obnoxious if i remember correctly, but i have
faith that someone taped it.

monique

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you thought www.godhatesfatggotswas bad
id advise you to go to this url

bbut be warned  it is sick
and the pictures wil gross you out however  i fyou can scroll past the
pics yplease  read whts wrote there its long i know but  you need \pread
this
as i said be warned the pics are oty for the weak of heart but the words
bwlow the pics will anger you
http://www.christiangallery.com/sick2.html

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ok, here's one that i don't remember seeing for a while: name five songs
that you would love to see ig play that you never have. for example, in all
the times i've seen them, i've never been witness to any of these live:
blood & fire (i can dream, right?)
pushing the needle
touch me fall
crazy game
fugitive

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

p.s.shameless plug: the nields are playing at goucher college in baltimore
tonight. they're cool. my band is opening!  we're playing at 9:30 sharp -
blink and you'll miss it- but this should be a cool show. tickets are $10.

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on fri, 30 oct 1998, beccie lyon wrote:

> baby you are obsessed but darlin so am i !!!!!!  i about lost it and
> personally there is no other words that are not a bit off color that i could
> use to describe what that song did to me.(blushing a bit here) the line "i
> want to know i want to know my lord" did it for me and yes watching amy take
> off her clothes was a wonderful thing to witness.  you got me thinkin about it

        gee, thanks for reminding me . . . i'm stuck here on campus for
another four hours (one to goof off in and three to work in the computer
lab), and after that i need to head straight home and change and go to my
other job from 4:30 to 11 . . . like i *really* needed that image in my head
now!  *wince* *giggle* no, really, okay . . . *deep breath* i'll be fine.
but you know what i loved . . . watching amy sing "save me your excuses, i
don't wanna knoooooooooooooooooow!  go!!!!!!!!!!!!" and seeing the veins
stand out on her neck . . . hoo boy . . . *whew* as i was telling audra last
night, i wound up curled up in the corner of my bedframe deathgripping my
teddy bear and mumbling, "oh my god oh my god ohmygodohmygodohmygodohmygod"
for about the next five minutes.  :)
        yes, and as beccie did, i'll spare you all the further details.  ;)

        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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on fri, 30 oct 1998, tricia mcleod wrote:

> can somebody please tell me where i can get the jesus christ superstar video?
> i have looked every where in my town...an it's not to be found.  can i order
> it from some place?

        you can order it (like i did) from the daemon records website at
http://monsterbit.com/daemon.  it's $15.  took about two weeks to get to
me, i think . . .

        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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strange fire.
strange fire.
strange fire.
strange fire.
strange fire.

they could do a whole concert of this song, over and over and over.  i'd
never tire of its enormity.  love love love it.  can't help it.

chris ii

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on fri, 30 oct 1998, sarah pinsker wrote:

> ok, here's one that i don't remember seeing for a while: name five songs
> that you would love to see ig play that you never have. for example, in all
> the times i've seen them, i've never been witness to any of these live:

        well, that's kinda easy since i'm a relatively new ig fan (don't
worry, i make up for it in obsession) and i live in los angeles and so
i'm rather deprived because i've only seen them once and that was at
lilith fair and they only played for like 45 minutes and you see that
this deprivation is so traumatizing to me that i'm talking in one long
runon sentence and *sniffle* i'll stop now.  *ahem*
        it's probably actually easier to list the songs i *have* seen live
than the ones i haven't and want to . . . *grumble*  but anyway.
        well, okay, here's my first list of five (i'm kind of cheating here
but you don't mind too much, do you?):

        reunion
        strange fire
        joking
        caramia ('cause you all keep talking about how cool it is live so :p)
        hammer and a nail

        second set of five (humor me, i'm depraved . . . er, deprived):

        secure yourself
        this train revised (yes, i love this song)
        crazy game
        it's alright
        pushing the needle too far

        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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hey all:-)
        i'm really enjoying all the igc posts about everyone's
favorite/least favorite ig song ( i posted my favorites and can only think
of caramia as the one i inevitably run for the cd player in order to skip );
the "taboo" discussion about who's an emily person and who's an amy person
(my gf and i are split here; i'm an emily fan <i write + i just love her
earlier lyrics... so feel kinda dis-loyal in my dislike of caramia:-(... and
heather is an amy fan, cause she loves her intensity... sigh, don't you
all?? lol)... and the colorful thread ... er...um... thread:-) lessee...
erm... how about "i'm calling you from a gold rush town, it's okay friend"
or "makes you red with choke"??? hmmm...
anyhoo...
i dunno why some folks are *still* on about the "crap" that happened several
days back on here... tsssk; seems to me that since then most everyone on
here has gone out of his/her way to pull together + post igc + positive
stuff to squelch out any discord... wait a go everyone!!!!!!!!!
wooo-hooo!!!!<insert standing ovation for all here>:-)
so here's my lame attempt at the start of yet another igc thread... feel
free to ignore it if'n it don't catch yer fancy...
i was reading through a lot of the posts on the color theme + it ocurred to
me that there are a lot of other themes running through the girl's songs (
we've already discussed the "fire" one... lol... ) and i thought; "ya
know... the grrrls seem very aware of how small we all are in comparrison to
the heavens around us, and yet how we are tied to the harmony found in
them... the sun, moon + stars"... and i was wondering exactly how many songs
have lyrics that refer to these things??? i can think of a couple right off
the bat; "i'll be the first to praise the sun, the first to praise the moon"
( welcome me ) or "look to the moon, cause it's a fact, she may go wandering
about, but she always comes shining back"(crazy game)... ummm... anyone else??
peace all; kim
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nothing so gentle as real strength.
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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 12:37:49 -0800
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hey ya'll, i've finally gotten caught up on the b/ps i was doing,
except for a few that i don't know what you wanted! i may have asked
before but then hotmail lost it so i need it again!! sorry for the
inconvenience!!
i need:

alison vickery from san jose, ca
and
sarah baumgartner from chicago, il
to mail me and tell me what they wanted!! sorry about that ya'll! :)

*hugs*

lamia


==
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--emm gryner, acid
"her blood's on my hands
it's kind of a shame cause i did like that dress...
come along now little darlin' come along now with me
we'll see how brave you are..."
--tori amos, yes anastasia
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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 15:44:21 est
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i was at the zapatista breakout session where a lot of accusations were made
about the school of the americas.  as an army officer, i was extremely
disturbed by what i heard. so much so i did not sleep all night.  i have never
worked directly with the school of the americas so i cant comment on the
specifics of the accusations being made against it.

if anyone has any more specifics on those allegations, email me and i will do
what i can to look into them from the inside.  major general ackerman, the
army inspector general, used to be my boss and works down the hall from me
here in the pentagon. i will take any substantive accusations to him.  he is a
good and honest man who would do something if there is evidence of wrongdoing.

i would like to offer you a little more information on school of the americas
so you dont get the impression that the u.s. army deliberately trains
terrorists.  we dont.  if we did, i would resign.

soa was started back in the early 80's when there was a serious threat that
all of central and south america might fall to communism.  the soviet union
had operatives throughout the region and was working to actively install
communist governments in nicaragua, el salvador, panama,  honduras, etc. nasty
little wars went on for years between those who wanted communism and those who
wanted capitolism.  the democratic governments of the region needed a place to
train its soldiers.  the u.s. opened soa to train soldiers fighting for
democracy.  with the demise of the cold war, the drug war heated up and soa
started training people for that.  with as many people as soa trained, there
is a good chance that some were bad apples who used what the u.s. taught them
to go back and do bad things.

whether the u.s. should or should not conduct this kind of training is a
question american politicians and the american people, not the u.s. military
needs to answer.  i will watch the results of your protest with interest.


                                                     marilyn mcallister
                                                     lieutenant colonel
                                                     u.s. army

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i dunno if anyone on this list is a fan of the band jars of clay, but
i'm going to see them tonight, and i'm planning on taping the concert!
if anyone's interested mail me, and then i'll get back to you on how
the quality is! (tomorrow when i can listen to it) i have no idea
who's opening for them, so i may or may not tape them..it just
depends.

thanks ya'll!
*hugs*

lamia


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"her blood's on my hands
it's kind of a shame cause i did like that dress...
come along now little darlin' come along now with me
we'll see how brave you are..."
--tori amos, yes anastasia
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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 16:46:07 -0500
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hey does someone have a copy of this?  i'd love to watch it.  i don't really
want to dub it or keep it, just watch it.  and i'm sure there are others out
there who might want to set up a chain to watch it and send it off to the
next person. anyone?

ok - here's where deb let's us know that it is available for sale (probably
cdnow or ladyslipper or somewhere) and we shouldn't dub it illegally - deb? =)

but i just want to watch it.  curious about cooper yah know?!

ok - back to listening to the new rem album up.  i highly recommend it.
give it a few listens - at least 5.  then you'll be convinced.  it is marvelous.

happy halloween too! =)
lori


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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 13:55:52 pst
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greetings to all you rose polenzani listeners,
this is *hot*; hope some of you can catch one of these new shows:

one more show with rose, amy ray, and danielle howle 11/17/98 in
columbia, south carolina at the elbow room.

also just added a special show at the lizard lounge in cambridge, ma on
11/12.  rose plays at 11pm with special guest jess klein.

check out rosepolenzani.com, and/or sign the mailing list for detailed,
up-to-date rose postings.
thanks for the space...

"i laughed as i said it this is my situation it's not pictures or
privilege it's just self preservation i don't want you to feel any
obligation would it be so funny to be free..." a. ray

"i prefer the world outside, and neither the touch of a man or a woman,
but in this dark silence i've lived and died, and all of my pride was
just as human..." r. polenzani


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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 15:55:25 -0600
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you can buy it from naiad press

<http://www.naiadpress.com>

enjoy!

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cooper seay page:
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boot page: <http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm>

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"cypress moon bald in june" -touch me fall
"my heart the red sun/your heart the moon clouded" (or is it the other way around?) -mystery
"fare thee well, my bright star" --fare thee well

songs i wanna see...

touch me fall (cheating...i saw it already, but...)
touch me fall
touch me fall
touch me fall
touch me fall

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this message is from my sister she goes to school with erin mckeown.  so if
any of you guys like erin mckeown, go see her in philly.

she'll be playin nov 4, georges, 517 south street, philadelphia pa, 8 pm
with voices on the verge...

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to: skotwal@sas.upenn.edu <skotwal@sas.upenn.edu>
date: friday, october 30, 1998 1:36 am
subject: fwd: that's why the lady is a tramp- erin mckeown fall tour


>hey plig
>
>erin mckeown is coming to philly, south street, on november 4.  the info
>is below. you should go see her.  you can say hi to her.  okay, fine,
>just humor me cuz i think i'm cool bc i know someone semi-famous.
>
>loli :)
>
>>from: tvp@netspace.org
>>date: thu, 29 oct 1998 09:23:27 -0500 (est)
>>to: tvp@netspace.org
>>subject: that's why the lady is a tramp- erin mckeown fall tour


~shalmalee

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 14:28:09 pst
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got this from sheeba records today...

that jane is so very nutty.  and verbose.  but that's okay, because she
*is* "a woman of pulchritude". ;)


>subject: siberry pipeline #8 - venus bright
>
>                               friday, october 29, 1998
>
>a.             a letter from the ceo
>b      performances (pittsburg, atlanta and new york)
>c.             one-two-three news
>d.             new work  (=f8)
>e.             madison avenue shopping
>=46.           jane asks
>g.             you answer
>h.             quotable siberry
>i.             quotable you
>
>
>a.             a  l e t t e r  f r o m  t h e  c - i - e - i - o=09
>
>       welcome to the siberry pipeline #8.  i hope this letter finds you.
well!
>
>eight is for pianos. octaves. spiders. embroidery. infinity.
repetition.=
> periodic table of elements.=20
>eight is for octopus. this october has been a time when i could have
used=
> more arms. arms is for doing.
>i have booked my first hours of studio time. thank you.
>october is for turning into november.=20
>
>n o v e m b e r
>all the leaves were down.
>lying on the dry grass
>like a long, lost, yellow gown
>and high up above us
>where the birds flew around
>up where the sun still shines
>and these two men standing on the ground.
>
>this is a brief letter just to let you know about some new performances
and=
> a few other things.
>most of the news is business. business is my business. i am busy,
precise,=
> forgetful, tank-like, nervous, contented, highly suggestible and my
mind=
> won't turn off now that my thoughts are turning toward recording.
let's not=
> talk now.
>
>b.     p e r f o r m a n c e s (solo)=20
>       http://www.sheeba.ca/tour.html
>
>       (i)  pittsburg, pennsylvania
>       thursday, december 3
>       rosebud=20
>       7:30 pm; $18 and 20;=20
>       tickets:        412-261-2232 or 323-1919 (ticketmaster)=20
>       (reading/book signing at borders at 7:30 wednesday)
>               (http://www.sportsrock.com)
>
>       (ii)  atlanta, georgia
>       friday, december 4
>       variety playhouse=09
>       8:00 pm;  $15
>       tickets: 404-249-6400; information: 404-521-1782
>       mark kozelek from the red house painters will be doing a 60 minute set
at=
> 8pm.=20
>       apparently he is wonderful.
>               (http:// www.variety-playhouse.com)
>
>
>       (iii)  new york city, new york
>       private performance siberry weekend holiday gala
>       friday, december 11 and saturday, december 12=09
>the third in this new stream of siberry performances will take place at
a=
> private tribeca loft for an intimate and interactive 3-event
performance of=
> reading and music. plans include a reception on friday night (with a
short=
> reading by siberry), a saturday afternoon workshop,  and an evening=
> performance of reading and music followed by a hot meal. the workshop
theme=
> will be alphabet, numbers and holidays. dress is dressy for the
evening=
> events.=20
>       space is limited to 75 people
>       price is $200
>       reservations can be made directly through the website or by calling
sheeba =
>416-921-1364.
>       (for those who might fly into nyc, hotels are very busy just before
christm=
>as)
>               https://www.sheeba.ca/loadpage.cgi?id+tickets.html
>
>c.     o n e - t w o - t h r e e   n e w s
>
>(i)   new sheeba catalogue is finally out. sheeba's second one. it has
been=
> going out during the past month with the escargot (postal) newsletter
(the=
> final one) to anyone we had an address for.  whew!  that was a lot of=
> postage. if you didn't get one, we'll be happy to mail them to you.
or=
> visit madison avenue to see what's new. otherwise, they will be sent=
> automatically with orders until christmas. please pass on duplicates.
>(ii)  'commands for formatting' in the last pipelines have been showing
up=
> as written text.  admiration is extended to those who thought the
commands=
> were intended for you and became a little 'bolder' and more 'centred'.
i=
> was curious about what you did with the commance to 'wraparound'.
(see=
> 'jane asks')
>(iii)  boxer shorts are still on back order. thanks for your
patience.they=
> are coming.=20
>(iv)  i've decided to have holiday specials just like everyone else.
(see=
> madison avenue). except i'm announcing it early so that i can go and=
> practice guitar.
>(v)  past pipelines can be downloaded from the site url
http://www.sheeba.ca=
>/pipeline.html
>or we will email to you, if requested.
>(vi)  did you know that if you use the 'bcc function' when you send
mass=
> emails, your mailing list remains private? i'm having to avert my eyes
too =
>frequently.
>(vii)  nrn means 'no response necessary'. =20
>(viii)  sheeba will be closed from december 19 to january 11. there
will be=
> a big staff party at box 291.
>
>d.      l a t e s t  r e l e a s e
>       s w a n  (three poems)  released may 1998
>       http://www.sheeba.ca/latest.html
>
>
>e.     m a d i s o n a v e n u e (website shopping)
>       https://www.sheeba.ca/shop/index.html
>
>h o l i d a y   s p e c i a l s
>
>siberry holiday gift collection                $50  ($76 value)
>       'child - music for the christmas season'        (cd)
>       'when i was a boy'                      (cd)
>       's w a n'                               (book of three poems)  (signed)=09
>       hat                             (black touque, fits adult and children, says 'child')
>       7 postcards                     (assorted sheeba)
>       choir chart for a happy song            (see below)
>
>choir charts for the christmas/hannukah/everything special song 'are
you=
> burning, little candle?'=20
> free to all earthly choirs (especially children's choirs). otherwise,
$12.
>
>gift certificates:
>just fill in the amount of siberry shopping you'd like to give someone
and=
> we'll send them a gift certificate from you and a catalogue. shipping
will=
> be charged to you separately when order is placed. i suppose this
means=
> credit card orders only.  (we'll work it out.)
>
>sheeba will send gifts anywhere in the world for you. just put your
name in=
> the regular 'billing address' and recipient's name in the 'shipping'=
> address and special instructions in the 'special instructions'
section.=
> (last orders go out on december 18.) we send via ups in north america,
2-7=
> business days (to give you an idea of time). all gifts will be sent
with a=
> note saying that it is from you. we will look at your name carefully
and=
> choose the most inappropriate handwriting that we can think of.
>
>other new sheeba merchandise:
>(i)  'pal' (european) format now available for all videos as per your
many r=
>equests!
>(ii)  'boy collect one' is being released november 1st. (siberry
directed=
> videos from 'boy'.)
>
>(iii)  funky hat: soft dark touque, says 'child siberry', people on
planes=
> ask to have them.
>       (fits adults and children)
>(iv)  t-shirt: 'child', warm white waffle, long-sleeve, has picture of
jane=
> on front and lyrics from 'new year's baby' on the back ("when your=
> triumphant cry rang out upon the world like a symphony of bells.")
>
>handwritten lyrics (sheeba patron program for buying studio time)
>people are wondering if they can have lyrics for unreleased songs.
yes,=
> unless it's too loose=20
>(like 'grace hospital').  but definitely 'in my dream', 'when last i
was a=
> fisherman','new years baby' are possible.
https://www.sheeba.ca/loadpage.c=
>gi?id+patron.html
>
> f.    j a n e  a s k s
>       your comments are very much appreciated. i have a few more things i'd
like=
> to ask.
>
>(i)  is the website easy-to-use? are you finding anything frustrating?
any=
> new ideas for me?
>(ii)  commands=20
>does anyone know how to make sure that the eudora email formatting
commands=
> remain invisible?
>no one seems to know.  meanwhile, i tab and tab.
>(iii)  (someone sent this to me) punctuate this sentence: =20
>       woman without her man is nothing
>
>g.     y o u  a n s w e r ed
>
>       "do you have any suggestions for names for 'the siberry weekend'?"
>       here are some suggestions people sent in:
>
>       the jane siberry living room tour
>       rent-a-jane
>       the siberry sessions=20
>       a special visit from jane siberry that will really test the loyalty of
your=
> friends=20
>       and the existence of her fans'? on second thought, 'siberry weekend'
is=
> probably just=20
>       fine.  i love the idea.
>       reflections; siberry's tropical scenery; tone on tone siberry; the
jane=
> who? series;=20
>       weekend insights, the siberry edition(wise); siberry-self-share.
>       since these events are being held in people's homes.........siberrbia.
>       sib sib soiree!!!!!
>       "honey, who is that in our living room?".
>       siberretreat.
>
>dear jane:  there's been a mistake!  i was in a faculty meeting and out
of=
> the corner of my ear i heard......"let's go for pork chops".......i
sank=
> into thoughts of apple sauce.  turns out it was "workshops" we were
going=
> to.  i brought apple sauce.  re: your siberry meal meetings.....call
them=
> anything.....who knows what they'll hear.  p.s. i loved the pork chop
you=
> gave at the michigan womyn's music festival .
>
>h      q u o t a b l e   s i b e r r y
>
>i.     q u o t a b l e   y o u
>
>the men in the english class wrote:  "woman, without her man, is
nothing."
>the women in the english class wrote:  "woman!  without her, man is
nothing.=
>"
>       =09
>i find television very educating. every time somebody turns on the set,
i go=
> into the other room and read a book. -- groucho marx=20
>
>
>                               it is late.
>
>                               jane siberry
>
>
>
>                       two men come to pass
>                       two men come to stop
>                       ten feet from the other
>                       and the people moving across
>                       and the taxis honking=20
>                       fighting for fares
>                       and the street cars screeching
>                       cold metal on air
>                       we stood at the bus stop
>                       and watched these two men
>                       and another streetcar stopped
>                       but no one got on.
>
>                       november
>                       a cold cold day
>                       yellow and gray
>                       just a reminder of the fleetingness of all we see.
>
>
>
>
>
>http://www.sheeba.ca
>
>
>


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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 17:31:09 est
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hey all!

i just got my new time out new york mag. and it says amy will be hosting the
nov. 5th cmj showcase in nyc.

so i am so excited!  it is a great list of bands as well as the chance to see
amy in all her glory.

just an fyi.

babs

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 15:16:57 -0600
reply-to:     lora lei riney <llriney@lhsnet.com>
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hello,
this is sparkie, formally of tulsa now in chandler arizona.
i can not get to the list cause i have no internet here at work.
would love to get emails on occasion with an y news..specifically about the ig shirts....gotta have some .
have an account at hom eas well........sparkie@millenicom.com
or here at work/////

looking for friends......hope all is well for the list persons...miss seein you all....bye....sparkie

loralei riney
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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 14:00:57 -0500
reply-to:     christina dawn eckstrand <zoeybugg@udel.edu>
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hey everyone!!!
i just wanted to share my indigo moment that i had today with you
all.  :)  ok so..im a music major at the university of delaware and i was
in harmony class this morning and we were putting some exercises on the
board and our professor was trying to give everyone a chance to go up.
well it happened that two people hadnt gone to the board yet.  "amy an
emily, you two havent been to the board yet to put up your harmonies" he
said.  i jumped with a huge grin to hear him say that.  i looked around to
see if anyone heard the same thing but i guess nobody caught it like i
did.  it was kind of a slow day in class today (friday syndrome) but it
sure did but a smile on my face.  :)  well.. just thought i'd share.  love
you all!!

peace, love, and indigo,
chrissy

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 18:08:39 est
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in a message dated 98-10-30 17:02:37 est, you write:

<< the sun, moon + stars"... and i was wondering exactly how many songs
have lyrics that refer to these things??? i can think of a couple right off
the bat; "i'll be the first to praise the sun, the first to praise the moon"
( welcome me ) or "look to the moon, cause it's a fact, she may go wandering
about, but she always comes shining back"(crazy game)... ummm... anyone
else?? >>

actually--thats really ironic because my astronomy teacher is an ig fan and
that
was our weekend assignment!
so far ive come up with:
"my place is of the sun and this place is of the dark"
"no feet to fall you need no ground allowed to glide right through the sun"
"there i am in younger days stargazing"
"waiting for you under the sun"
"a day in the sun dancing alone baby im so sorry"
"i squeeze the sky out but theres not a star appears"
i have just decided celestial referances are frequent in ig lyrics!

bri

"replace the rent with the stars above"

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does anyone know how to get tickets?

marilyn

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on fri, 30 oct 1998 iggygrl8@aol.com wrote:

> i have just decided celestial referances are frequent in ig lyrics!

        well, that's just because they're heavenly.  and stellar.  :)

        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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re: the jcs resurrection video, it was asked:

>got any thoughts you want to share about it???

no, but i've got a whole lot of guttural noises that have an
embarrassing tendency to escape my gaping mouth while i'm watching that
video with friends. ;)  aherm.

jill

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>"airplane" is one of the songs i have mixed feelings about.  i
> think it's adorably cute, i really do . . . it's such a whimsical little
> song.  but there's something about that high note and the way emily sings
> it (especially on "i'll be making a deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-aaaaaaaal" in
> the first verse) that just gets on my nerves .

while i would never claim that this is a major em song, making a
deeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee-aaaaaaaal is so "roche-like" that it actually
makes me appreciate it even more. the roches do a very fine version of
this (or did) that is even better. i'd like to see any of them sing with
the girls in the future.

--andrew

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 20:43:36 -0500
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for me,  there is not one single song they do that does not touch some part of my
soul.  i love everyone for its uniqueness.  i can't believe anyone can actually not
like any of their songs.  but whatever floats your boat.

i guess i am a "true fan" or is that fanatic?

love,  karen

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i would like to say some things to the list as a whole that i feel need =
to be said, and this is probably going to be quite long but i'm saying =
it anyway.  if at any point you get bored, feel free to delete my email.

this post is in response to a threatening email that i just received =
from someone whose name i will not at this time divulge.  apparently =
this person is a listee.  the email i received was in response to my =
post of yesterday which basically stated that the sub-list debate was =
going to destroy this list and hurt a bunch of people if it didn't stop.

the email stated plainly that this person "knew what my secret identity =
was" and that "my cover would be blown soon,a nd everyone would know who =
i realy was."  this person also stated that they had communicated with =
me before - i'll state now that i didn't recognize the name on the =
email.  this email mentioned a list debate i was involved in roughly a =
year and a half ago, which i will come to shortly.  they also hinted =
that they thought perhaps i was afraid of letting the list know who i =
really am.

so here goes.  the first thing i'd like to address:  yes, i used to use =
the nickname tigger.  i have dropped this nickname - grown out of it, i =
guess - and i'm back to using my real name.  i *thought* that i had told =
everyone... in fact, i'm fairly sure i announced it to the list, when i =
changed my email address from my aol to the temporary =
dragonjen@hotmail.com, and then when i moved from there to my new =
permanent address at spydee.net.  in case you hadn't heard, yes, i used =
to be called tigger, and i jokingly called myself the high priestess of =
amyism.  (it's my belief that since i used that in my post of yesterday, =
this person who didn't realize who i was before apparently has a grudge =
against me and realized the connection.)

second:  does anyone here remember missy whose address was =
yougfemme@aol.com??? for those who don't, she posted to this list about =
a year or so ago that she wanted the list's help in writing a book about =
amy's life.  in the ensuing list debate, i posted my opinion that =
helping her would be a bad idea to help her, that amy might not like it =
since a book about her life would be an invasion of her privacy.  =
shortly after i posted my opinion, yougfemme posted a very nasty letter =
to the list, accusing me of impersonating amy on aol.  now, i don't know =
if those impersonations ever actually happened or not, but i will to =
this day maintain my innocence.  the person who wrote to me tonight =
apparently still thinks i'm guilty.

next: the person who wrote me this evening stated that they "think it is =
pretty strange that this missy person [melissa singhaus] sounds just =
like  the yougfemme@aol.com missy" and there was something else about me =
having sick dealings with the aol missy (yougfemme).   i state now that =
i never had any kind of dealings with yougfemme, with the exception of =
occasionally being in a chat room when she came in and started telling =
everyone that she knew amy ray's email address and that amy ray was in =
the chat room.  and yes, i did include that information when i protested =
list involvement in the book this yougfemme wanted to write.  the person =
who wrote to me stated that they think the list missy and the aol =
yougfemme are the same person - i must include my opinion here and state =
that i do not agree at all.  (much love to missy singhaus.)
~~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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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 22:11:19 -0600
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in conclusion to my first post which i accidentally sent early, i would =
simply like to state that if anyone has a problem with me, i would like =
them to come to me and speak calmly and rationally to me about it.  i =
will certainly attempt to make amends for anything that i have done =
accidentally or intentionally to hurt anyone.  all i ask is that you not =
attempt to threaten me or hint towards blackmail as this evening's mad =
emailer did.

oh - i do ask one other thing - if you decide to bring your grievance to =
me, do sign your name to the email....

~~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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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 18:38:56 pst
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okay, so does this mean she's not singing, but just reading from and
promoting her book?  and shouldn't i know this answer, seeing that i'm
the one who posted the info? and is anyone else thinking about going? or
is anyone else feeling vaguely gypped at the prospect that she might
just be reading and not singing? and will someone get back to me on
this?

(i)  pittsburg, pennsylvania
thursday, december 3
rosebud       7:30 pm; $18 and 20;
tickets:        412-261-2232 or 323-1919 (ticketmaster)
(reading/book signing at borders at 7:30 wednesday)
(http://www.sportsrock.com)


jill (?)

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 18:47:49 pst
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i am such a mailing list glutton.  thought i'd share this too.


>from: gdunger@aol.com
>date: fri, 30 oct 1998 19:22:54 est
>subject: rose polenzani tour info and news
>
>for immediate release
>from gabriel unger artist management
>
>rose polenzani
>november tour dates and news
>welcome to all the new fans. november brings another great set of shows
for
>rose. rose will make appearances in boston, chicago, nyc, northampton
ma, and
>debuts in providence ri, philadelphia pa, south carolina, and georgia.
she'll
>join the voices on verge tour (see below), open two shows for the great
>ferron, and later in the month travel to the south east to join amy ray
of the
>indigo girls and danielle howle for 2 nights and a total of 4 shows.
rose ends
>the month with a great hometown show at morseland in chicago with the
band
>ulele.
>we also have a brand new compilation available featuring two early
previously
>unreleased rose songs and a new lyric book that rose designed! see
merchandise
>section.
>
>please feel free to forward this newsletter to friends, internet lists,
and
>other spots around this world. two shows that we really need your
support for,
>11/07 at the somerville theatre and 11/10 at the iron horse (road
trip?).
>please call and get tickets to these shows in advance (info below). the
>pressure is on to fill these rooms, so any help is appreciated.
>
>* denotes voices on the verge, an emerging artist tour w/rose
polenzani, beth
>amsel, erin mckeown, and jess klein. a very special in-the-round
evening with
>four amazing voices and writers. all artists will be on stage at once
>performing their own material, singing, playing on each others' songs,
and
>just having fun. not to be missed. for more about other voices on the
verge
>artists, check out jess klein's website at www.jessklein.com and erin
>mckeown's website at www.netspace.org/tvprecords/
>
>10/29 8:30pm hamilton college clinton ny 315-859-4515 - opening for
susan
>werner
>10/30 9pm wellesley college - molly's pub , wellesley ma  - full set
w/mark
>erelli
>10/31 9am wers 88.7 boston ma  -"women and music" - live interview and
>performance
>11/03 9am wumb 91.9 boston ma - live interview and performance  w/jess
klein
>11/4   5pm border books and music, bryn mawr pa
>           8pm philadelphia, pa george's 5th st. cafe w/ rose, beth, jess,
erin
>(free show) 215-925-3500
>11/5   7pm   iron horse, northampton ma - opening for ferron
1-800-the-tick
>11/6   8pm  club passim, cambridge ma - opening for ferron
617-492-7679
>11/7  7pm  somerville theatre, somerville ma -"new women's voices"
concert
>w/rose, trina hamlin, faith solloway, jess klein, june rich, lori
mckenna, and
>others.
>call for advance tickets asap 617-628-3390
>*11/8  10pm  living room, nyc  "voices on the verge"  w/ rose, jess,
beth,
>erin  212-533-7235
>*11/10  7pm  iron horse, northampton ma "voices on the verge"  only $6.
>call to reserve asap 1-800-the-tick.
>11/11  4pm  brown university - an exclusive "voices on the verge"
performance
>and q & a
>* 11/11 8pm  as220 providence, ri "voices on the verge" w/jess, beth,
erin,
>rose 401-861-9190
>11/12  8:30pm tufts university, medford ma   opening for jess klein
>11/12  11pm - *special late night show* somewhere near boston.  place
tba -
>check website on 11/08
>11/13-11/15  northeast folk alliance conference  pa
>11/17  the elbow room,  columbia sc w/ amy ray (of the indigo girls),
danielle
>howle (two shows -more info soon)
>11/18  eddies attic, decatur ga "writer's night" w/ amy ray, danielle
howle,+
>special guest (two shows) 404-377-4976.
>11/21 9pm no exit cafe, chicago il  773-743-3355
>11/25 9pm morseland music room,  chicago, il  o/f ulele  773-764-640.
big
>show.
>11/28 9pm  uncommon ground, chicago il 773-929-3680
>12/5 university of wisconsin, madison  wi
>check website for more details/ tour updates, venue addresses and other
info -
>at www.rosepolenzani.com.
>
>thanks to
>special thanks to wumb and wers in boston, wfuv in nyc, wcuw, wkgp in
seattle,
>and wxrt in chicago for playing rose' debut cd dragersville. also
thanks to
>the writers who noticed at the new york times,the boston globe,the
chicago
>tribune, the daily herald, outlines, and the music news video
photographer at
>mtv. again thanks for coming to the shows, buying the record, telling
your
>friends, and to those on the dar-list, nields nook, indigo girls list,
and
>everyone else who keeps this whole thing going.
>
>new merchandise from parhelion music
>all prices include post and package. if you buy two items or more you
get your
>lyric book of choice and should cut yourself .50 cents per item.
>
>rose's debut, 11-song cd dragersville can be ordered by mail for $14
(all the
>money goes to rose). make checks payable to parhelion music 3043 w.
cortland,
>chicago il, 60647.
>
>also available by mail order:
>4-song studio demo cassette (3 songs not on dragersville) $6
>4-track demos cassette (6 songs not found elsewhere) $6
>the chalice '97 lyrics $3
>** brand new**
>illegitimate music sampler (2 early rose songs from'95) $12
>soft '98 lyrics $3
>dragersville cd can be ordered by credit card at rose's website and
also at
>www.folkweb.com
>
>a column from rose is promised in the next newsletter.
>write to rose at rose@rosepolenzani.com
>
>booking: if you have any ways or ideas to get me singing nearer to
where you
>are please call or write gabriel unger at 617-524-0094 or contact
>booking@rosepolenzani.com
>for additional info contact gabriel unger artist management:
>617-524-0094 or email @aol.com


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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 19:00:36 pst
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i was so not kidding about the gluttony thing.  but why am i getting
these all within hours of each other???  is this some sort of
independent music conspiracy??? hmmm.  anyways, further proof of my
indie-music-list bacchanalianism (yes, that's a real word!):

>posted at http://www.matador.recs.com/news/
>
>for those trekking to new york for the cmj convention,
>here's your reminder: matador's show is next wednesday at
>nyc's loeb student center. cornelius (11:15), cat power
>(10:30), solex (9:45), arsonists (9:00), the lynnfield
>pioneers (8:15), khan (7:30). tickets: $6 (free w/ cmj
>badges, $2 with an nyu i.d., $4 with another college id).
>
>also on the agenda: white hassle is playing thursday night
>at baby jupiter, 8pm.

fyi, the scoop is that cat power is really great and are getting big
(odd name notwithstanding).  so if you're up for something new and not
your usual fodder, give 'em a listen.  matador has the coolest bands
(and i'm not just saying that because so many oberlin grads are on their
label ;)) for all you little incendiary whippersnappers out there.

here is where you can find out more about that group with the funny
name:

>cat power (chan marshall) will be featured on "wah wah" on
>german tv station viva 2 on tues., nov. 3, at 10 p.m. cet.
>videos, live footage and a nice hotel room chat with chan
>are all part of the program. (late night repeat: nov. 6, at
>3 a.m. cet)

>a cat power interview - from canada's now weekly cover
>story. worth your time.
>http://www.now.com/issues/18/08/ent/cover.html


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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 22:08:03 est
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okay, my turn to jump on the bandwagon...here's my 5 worst list. (in no
particular order)

1.  caramia (just don't like it...don't ask me to explain, it just makes me
feel like i'm biting on tin foil)
2.  123 (sounds too much like what would happen if the girls teamed up with
oh, say, pantera....yecch)
3.  chickenman (just can't get into this one either)
4.  bury my heart at wounded knee (like the meaning behind the lyrics
themselves, but can't get into the song)
5.  midnight train to georgia (didn't like the original, and although the
girls' version is a little better, don't really care for it either)

well, there ya go...my pretty coppers thrown into the pot...

dawn

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 19:29:36 pst
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just took this all in:
>rose will make appearances in boston, chicago, nyc,
>northampton ma, and debuts in providence ri, philadelphia pa,
>south carolina, and georgia.  she'll
>join the voices on verge tour, open two shows for the great
>ferron, and travel to the south east to join amy ray...
>and danielle howle for 2 nights and a total of 4 shows.

do you guys know how long rose has been playing the guitar?  come on,
take a guess.  whaddaya think? nope.  lower.  nope, still lower.
getting warmer, but it's still lower.  bingo!  4 years.  i kid you not.
4 years and look at this chicky go!  what an inspiration.  wow.

jill

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 19:48:10 pst
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hi all,

just wanna know when, and why you became fans of those two great girls.
wich song did it for you? or wasn't it a song but just there spirit
or.........

the girls really moved me when i saw them play in holland, back in 1989.
i didn't really understand the lyrics (my english wasn't as good as it
is now..duh..hihihi) but the way they played there music and played an
audience who didn't know them....wow

and they where so shy when they talked in between the songs...so cute!
they just moved me. and of cource closer to fine, was the song that did
it for me (since it was in 89), but maybe couse it was the only song
that i could find in the record-stores.

but that song will allways be very special to me. so......any
reactions???

peace,
angie

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geez...i don't really know.  i've always loved acoustic guitar, and the first
time i ever heard ctf was on (of all places) mtv, and i just thought it was
cool.  i didn't really get into them (at least not in the obsessed fashion
we've all come to know :) ) until i met someone who had 3 of their tapes, and
i just sat down and listened to them one by one.  i was hooked.  the melodies,
the lyrics, the music...my soul said "ahhhhhhhh."  their music has always
brought a sense of peace and well-being to me.

dawn

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 23:33:51 est
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well when the girls 1st came out with the self titled, i had a friend that
tried to get me to listen. i remember talking to her over the phone and her
just raving about them, she was playing them to me over the phone. i just
wasn't interested. (stupid)
well then about 3 years ago, a girl at work put in the self titled. i wasn't
into it then either, couldn't get into it at work. (who knows why?)
well i am a melissa etheridge fan. (yeah big surprise) i had gotton the boys
on the side cd ( borrowed it from a friend) because of "take you with me" and
i had been listening to it for awhile. didn't really get into the rest of the
album. well i had let it play one day at work and well "power of two" was on
and my ears perked up. my girlfriend and i sing to get aggresions out and to
just have fun. we record at home and sing our hearts out ( sounds corney, but
we love it). well i  played the song again.. and again..and then quickly wrote
the words down. ( the wrong words mind you, we were "packin a cooler and a
tilly suitcase" lol
anyway my gf and i work together so i grabbed her and pulled her out to the
truck and told her she had to listen to this. i told her we could sing
this!!!! she loved it! well needless to say the rest is history! (we bought
every cd! i think in a month)
a short while after that i was showing my nephew about our computer and i have
a "sony cd sampler" (got free with the computer)  that plays video's from a
few people. the only ones i could remember were the "president's of the u.s."
and a mariah carey video, but i thought .. he will think it's cool.
well it was a cd-rom and it is set up like an art gallery where you are
walking through the halls and there are pictures on the walls of the bands....
well i see mary chapin carpenter.. i think oh.. that is cool never really
realized that was on here. then i rounded the corner and who do i see.... you
got it... the indigo girls!!!
omg .. i think my nephew thought i was going to have a heart attack right
there!
it is the coolest thing i could ever own!!! when i clicked on the picture of
the girls (the pic off of back on the bus yall blk/wht.) lt gives you 4
options, windows that say video, tour, lyrics & albums. i clicked on the
video.. and it is the least complicated video, (very cool!) and then when i
clicked on the lyric's it was the lyrics for lc. when i clicked on the tour
window... it went to a screen of a bunch of suitcases stacked up ( black and
white) then the suitcase from1200 curfews came floating up (color) and least
complicated started to play again!  once the suitcase stopped, the stickers on
the suitcase came in color. then when i clicked on them it brought up all of
the pictures in the 1200 curfews cover. was totally cool! then when i looked
at the albums... a screen came up with a close up of a hand holding vip all
access passes ( kinda like in a fan position) then when you put the arrow on a
card the album appears ( self titled,sf,botby, nis, rop,so) well when you
click on st you get a new window with the cover of the album with the list of
all of the songs on the album.and the song ctf starts! same with each album
only the songs that play are....strange fire, tried to be true(live), hammer
and nail, and of course for so least complicated.
it is the coolest thing!!
my question is did anyone know this existed. i haven't heard anyone mention
it. just thought that i would throw it out to you. just wondering.

sorry to make this post so long.

happy halloween!!
krista

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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 23:46:34 est
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rae said:


this is so well put i couldn't say it any better! i love their song's. usually
the songs i don't like right off the bat are the ones that mean more to me,
but there are the occational "ghost" or "love will come to you" ya know the
emotional lovey dovey crap, that i love so much. those songs i like right from
the start. but i must say the lyric's keep me, that is why i play it over and
over again! not to mention the "feelings" that the songs give me.
"mystery" still to this day makes me feel like no other song can! i don't know
why. it isn't really the lyrics... just the entire feeling that song gives me!
( i can get lost in that song! soooo dreamy..)
maybe cuz it reminds me of someone....:-)~
who knows!

my 2cents for what it is worth!
intensely indigo forever!
krista

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oopppss..... sorry about that.... let me try this again....

rae said:
"i have to say lyrics.  for me it's always been the music that catches me and
the lyrics that keep me."


this is so well put i couldn't say it any better! i love their song's. usually
the songs i don't like right off the bat are the ones that mean more to me,
but there are the occational "ghost" or "love will come to you" ya know the
emotional lovey dovey crap, that i love so much. those songs i like right from
the start. but i must say the lyric's keep me, that is why i play it over and
over again! not to mention the "feelings" that the songs give me.
"mystery" still to this day makes me feel like no other song can! i don't know
why. it isn't really the lyrics... just the entire feeling that song gives me!
( i can get lost in that song! soooo dreamy..)
maybe cuz it reminds me of someone....:-)~
who knows!

my 2cents for what it is worth!
intensely indigo forever!
krista

(sorry for the double post, "how long till my (email) gets it right?"

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 02:12:16 est
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i don't know if this has been mentioned before or not. . . but i caught the
indigo girls on a program called "austin city limits" tonight - my bf and i
had just unplugged the sega genesis after a hockey game, and there were amy
and emily singing gotm along with ?vonda? (i probably butchered that - the gal
who sings the ally mcbeal theme song) and two men i didn't recognize.  i think
this was at least a half hour long concert on tv - i caught it on tv in
northern kentucky, did anyone else see this?
they closed with ctf, and the audience clearly wasn't comprised of ig fans,
because no one knew to sing along in the chorus, but they seemed to be pretty
well received, and maybe this will expose the group to a new audience. all, in
all - it was pretty cool, i only wish i'd caught it earlier and had access to
a vcr.  if anyone else saw this please speak up and fill me in!
happy halloween!
kathy

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 02:18:34 est
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hey all...

i am looking for a place to find gail ann dorsey song lyrics on the web.
anybody have a good place? jill?

the normal place i go to find stuff like this does not have her listed.  i
need to add a song to an email and am to lazy to type all the words in myself,
but i might be forced too.  i found some gad sights on the web, but no lyrics
... boo hoo!

thanks!  babs

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>from: marilyn m. mcallister <tallmtn@aol.com>
>

>does anyone know how to get tickets?

there's no advance ticket sales for eddie's attic shows.  on the day of the
show, when the doors open at 4pm, they hand out claim check numbers.  (you
need to be in line outside _before_ 4pm.)  when they give you a number, you
have to tell them how many people are in your party (so they can get a head
count and know when to stop handing out claim check numbers).  you don't
have to have the rest of your party with you when you get your claim check
number at 4pm.  ask them what time they expect to start calling out the
numbers.  at this point, you can either hang out at eddie's until showtime
or go away and come back.

usually about an hour before the show starts, they start calling out the
numbers.  at that point you need to be there with the exact number of people
you said earlier were in your party.  (note: if you don't have the exact
number of people with you at the time that they call your number, then they
skip you and you don't get in at all.)

once you pay and get stamped, you can walk in and out between the music room
where the acts are performing and the rest of eddie's (pool room and back
patio).  even without a ticket, you can hang out in the pool room and back
patio where they have closed circuit tv showing the acts performing from the
music room.

this is the policy and they're usually pretty strict about it.  (if i left
anything out, somebody please correct me.)

that said, back in the august at the chiapas benefit, i did actually show up
late (after they'd called all the numbers and after the first act had
already begun).  the guy at the door said i was out of luck, but fortunately
eddie himself happened to be standing right there.  now eddie had seen me
get my claim check number earlier in the day, _plus_ i had the claim check
number with me that matched the one they knew had been called out and no one
answered to, _plus_ eddie asked me how many was in my party and it was just
me _and_ i've been to eddie's plenty enough of times over the years for him
to recognize me as a recurring patron, so eddie told the guy at the door to
let me pay and get in.  so it _does_ happen that the strict policy gets
overriden, but basically i was very lucky and eddie was just being very
nice.  (i mean, i wouldn't count on that happening again, even to me.)

ron

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 00:19:29 pst
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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my ig homework is completed.  these are the results.

"allowed to glide right through the sun, replace the rent with the stars
above"-secure yourself.
"my place is of the sun"-prince of darkness.
"there i am in younger days, star gazing,"-love's recovery.
"waiting for you under the sun"-land of canaan.
"from my hotel room watching the half-moon"-history of us.
"i'm thinking of leaving look to the moon"-crazy game.
"but it comes to mind as you blaze on as brilliant as a star"-left me a
fool.
"now the moon is silver in our eye"-walk away.
"i'll be the first to praise the sun, the first to praise the
moon"-welcome me.
"running-end-earth-swimming-edge-sea-laughing-under-starry sky"-world
falls.
"the moon has swallowed the sun and the light of the earth"-virginia
woolf.
"you are my only one born in the sun, found myself beneath the
stars"-chickenman.
"a day in the sun dancing alone"-fugitive.
"trying to read the greek up on the stars, but there's not a star
appears"-language or the kiss.
"i am hiding cypress moon"-touch me fall.
"my heart the red sun your heart the moon clouded"-mystery.
"fare thee well my bright star"-fare thee well.
"they shine in the sun"-shame on you.
"big ball of orange sinking slying down the trees, and that same sun
that warms your heart, i'm going to drink that sun"-get out the map.
"big dipper hangin over the city, i saw the sun dying in olympia"-hey
kind friend.

okay, it was hard to not include night and heaven references. their
latest album is entitled "shaming of the sun".  and, yes, i have nothing
better to do with my life right now except quench this desire to go
indigo!

wide-eyed laughing,
diane - who was so ex-cited to receive her 1200 curfews songbook from
ladyslipper (thanks for the reference!) in the mail today! (it's time to
buy a guitar! p.s. to joy davis--i still haven't practiced those chords
you gave us, but i will do it this weekend.)


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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 01:03:07 pst
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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i got -1 in my homework above, "replace the rent with the stars
above"-kid fears, not secure yourself. (thanks, shanie)
hee-hee.

regarding "blood and fire" (someone was commenting previously on this
song): before i even heard the song, i was reading through the lyrics
and the words press buttons that open doors to the intensity of love and
missing that love.  love floods.  whether it be with tears or laughter
or contentment or discontentment.  just reading the lyrics, the pain is
evident and even life-threatening.

i like the poetry of amy and emily.  their artistry shines through in
their music.  i have so loved any integration of two things i adore:
poetry and music.

the 5 songs that i haven't heard yet that i would like to listen to
rapturously in a concert: mystery, ghost, prince of darkness, jonas &
ezekial, you left it up to me.

dw

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 08:12:37 -0500
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i remember having the 'indigo girls' album for a long time and thinking it
was alternative...i liked it well enough but i was going through this
thing where i wanted to be my brother (i just ended up being a lesbian but
i digress *smirk*) and so i thought that meant listening to all his music,
so i didn't buy any more of their stuff until i saw them in concert a year
ago (scary huh?) and i was laughing and singing and dancing and crying and
i was like wtf?  how could they have this effect on me and me not know any
of the music aside from this one album!?  so thus started my warpath :)  i
prolly had the rest of the album (1200 not included) in the next 3 months.
:)

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

                                *****

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

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 10:59:31 est
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here's one i haven't seen......

we own nothing....nothing it ours....not even love so fierce, it burns like
baby stars...


somebody mentioned a couple of days ago that they have noticed a switch from a
few years where most people were drawn to ig b/c of emily's songs and now more
seem to be b/c of amy's...or that they were more apt to identify with e verses
a....i was just wondering if there were more peope out there who think
that....

i myself was drawn to ig b/c of e's songs (ctf to be exact)...when i first got
into them a's just...yuck...i would skip them...well, except for land of
cannon...but, i really didn't identify with them as much...emily's songs have
always been so hopeful and carefree and soul searching but based in the
present and/or looking towards the future (well, not all of them..)...whereas
(and this was also stated by somebody else) a's seem to be dealing with things
in the past...and when i first really got into ig i was sixteen (the first
time i heard them i was 12/13) i didn't have too much of a past...so, i was
only looking at the world around me and what was ahead of me...so, emily's
songs which responded to the "peace, love and happiness, wished i had been a
hippy, knowing that there was a better place for me, knowing that there was an
ultimate truth to be sought and not knowing how to get there, looking for
peace....very naive and optomistic *grunger/treehugger/granola* of the early
nineties."  i think that the early nineties was a really optomistic time for
people....but maybe i am wrong...i was in highschool...we had our little peace
marches, walkouts and all the reliving of the sixties with *desert storm* and
we actually thought that we could make a difference...and then we learned
better...(nice optomistic attitude of mine...) we learned that society really
does suck...and that even though we didn't want to sell out...we ddidn't want
to be sucked into mainstream...and even though we just wanted to be left alone
to just live and be happy and findourselves and love ourselves and the world
around us, we went to college to be brainwashed and to lose sight of what ever
ounce of innocence, life, curiousity, resistance, rebellion, motivation we had
to 'fight the good fight" against all the societal crap that's out there.....i
know we fight for many things...but lately it just seems that nothing is
working and nobody is united and we are all fighting against somebody else
even though we should be on the same side...i read the whole paper again
today...did anybody catch the thing about anthrax being sent to abortion
clinics...well, the letter containing the powder said it contained anthrax,
but more than likely it isn't(won't know until monday)....but, my god...what
the hell is wrong with people???


so, yeah...anyway, in my transition over the years....i have grown to trhive
off of many a amy ray songs...they are rough...they are pure untamed
emotion...and maybe when i was younger i couldn't deal with that...i didn't
understand that...i didn't know how to deal with many of mine...and emily's
songs are just so easy to listen to and enjoy and read and understand...they
have a clear starting place and ending, they draw you a picture, they tell a
story...and i don't know...this is awfully long... it's like, i'm trying to
say something here...and i just don't have the right words today...nothing is
coming out right and it's ticking me off...so, i think i'm going to go and a
shower...man, i just depressed myself...great....

frustrated ol' kara...

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 11:27:19 -0500
reply-to:     * lemon drop * <bcorrice@wam.umd.edu>
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that's too easy...
to pick up peeps at concerts, of course...
isn't that why we're all fans?

luv, lemon drop

ps  love to my pooter

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well, to add to your torment, i have a big screen tv, so i got to watch that
up close and in surround sound
glad that my woman has a good job
beccie

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 13:06:19 -0700
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1987. i start college at baylor. i also join the debate team. my debate
partner is a big fan of a group i've heard of only a little bit: rem. when i
move in with him for my sophomore year, i'm inoculated against ever becoming a
serious rem fan, as he plays the music twenty four hours a day. yuck.

1990. that same partner buys a tape because michael stipe sings on a track. he
likes it, and plays it a lot for a while. it soon spreads to everyone else on
the team, except for me. i hear "closer to fine" about a billion times over
roughly a month. double yuck.

january 1994. now i'm a grad student and a coach. i'm driving to a college
debate tournament with one of the kids i coach. he pops in _indigo girls_ and
plays "closer to fine." suddenly, for no reason i can imagine, i like it.

1996. for no reason that i can recall, i buy _1200 curfews_. the only tracks i
listen to for a long time are "midnight train to georgia" (at the time, i was
living in athens, georgia) and "closer to fine." on a whim, i buy _live at the
uptown lounge_, intrigued because i actually go do dissertation work at the
uptown lounge on a regular basis. (laptop on the left side of the table, a
forest of empty rolling rock bottles on the right.) that introduces me to a
bunch more songs, including making me a hard-core, addicted fan of "strange
fire," which is still my #1 favorite ig song. (#2 is "gone again," btw. then
#s 3 through about 100 are all emily songs. go figure.)

summer 1997: i make the mother of all road trips. i'm done with graduate
school at the university of georgia, and i've been hired by arizona state
university. (get out the map and check that one out!) on the drive, for some
reason, i listen to a ton of indigo girls. by the time i reach arizona, i'm a
fan.

january 1998. see them live. wow.

spring 1998. (i'm too lazy to look up the date, but it's the zapatista benefit
in austin at the outback.) see them live *again*, with my beloved eight year
old nephew in tow. soon, we're singing indigo girls songs together as we tool
around austin.

um, that's pretty much it. very little of it makes sense. making sense is
overrated.

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

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*new! comparisons between asu academic programs and others schools':
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date:         fri, 30 oct 1998 23:30:15 -0800
reply-to:     april haitsuka <april@haitsuka.simplenet.com>
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the austin city limits web site says the ig show repeat will air dec. 5, but
some pbs stations don't adhere to the national repeat dates. your best bet
is to keep an eye on local listings.

april

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 16:48:52 -0500
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just a little note cause i've simultaneously lost everyone's number and e-mail.
i've got an extra ticket (possibly 2) for patti's show tonight in potiac at
clutch cargo.  free.  anyone heading in from ann arbor and is willing to stuff
me in the trunk?  gotta let me out though (before the concert).  anyone wanna go
or need an extra ticket?  oh.  doors open at 7pm.  act quick...

marivel

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 16:56:28 est
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i figured i would do them both at the same time
so here it goes

best of:  in no particular order
gone again
power of two(ss version)
ghost
get out the map
love will come to you
least complicated (my favorite sing along song)
crazy game
three hits
hammer and a nail
romeo and juliet
virginia woolf
galileo

five worst
1-strange fire( i love this until the end----just too repetative!)
2-123- the first time my friend saw the title she started singing one two
buckle my shoe. three four... that annoying little song!--- and that just
ruined it for me
3-cut it out(drug out ending)
4-fugitive-i find myself always skipping this song
5- have no idea

now i have a question. i am just curiuos as to how listees have nicknames that
have any relation to the indigo girls. also does anyone have any
pets/objects/whatever named after anything ig related? my mom  bought me a
bird a few weeks ago and she named it emily. in the cage there was a note that
said when she was picking it out, this one's chirp was more beuatiful than all
the rest...
i cried!

bri

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i bought my ig collection in sort of reverse order, and strange fire was one
of the last.  as soon as i heard walk away and yliutm, i was stunned.  i
thought then, and still think now, that these are two of amy's best songs.
you left it up to me strikes me as noe of the only songs she has written in
that style, but makes me wish she would write more that way.  very simple, but
from the heart.  seeing as how activity on the list has died down somewhat, im
wondering what everynoe's thoughts are on these two songs.....
leslie

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 18:19:09 est
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hey everyone..

i was wondering if anyone was interested in goin' up to nyc for that little
"thing" amy is invloved with.

also, for anyone interested in rose polenzani... she will be performin on 11/4
in philadelphia.. (e-mail me if you are thinking about going)

now for the part about my over active amy radar: if amy is scheduled to be in
nyc the next night.. 11/5...wouldn't it be possilbe that she could be in the
northeast the day before. and if that is possible, isn't it possible that she
might want to see what is goin' on as far a performances are concerned? and..
if that is possible, wouldn't she want to perhaps hear one of her "favorite"
artists?

ok.. now that i have that out of my system..

peace! indigo! etheridge!
kathleen

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 18:23:15 est
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i have a question for everybody.  like five to ten e-mails from the list in
the past few days i have been unable to read.  they show up in my mailbox, but
i just can't open them.  i also know that my ex-girlfriend signed on to my
account without my permission.  is there any way that she could have blocked
me from reading them?  i'm totally clueless.  thanks in advance =)


                        ---lindy =)

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 15:36:16 pst
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has anyone ever read the book- ceremony by leslie marmon silko??  well
i'm sitting here trying to write my paper on it & i'm going crazy
because my thesis is how the main character- tayo searches for comfort
through ancient stories and traditions after returning home after
fighting in world war ii.  and in the book he goes to a medicine man who
tells him that he has to go on a mission to find understanding in 4
things- the mountians, women, cattle, and stars.  all of these things
which i am fasinated by in my own life- but anyways the whole story
keeps reminding me of closer to fine.  i also keep thinking about how on
1200 curfews before galileo- emily talks about a cow looking up at the
stars.  but anyways if you haven't read the book you should- a lot of it
reminds me of my own life & there are some really cool ideas & quotes-
here's one:

"they logged the trees, they killed the deer, bear, and mountian lions,
they built their fences high; but the mountian was far greater  than any
or all of these things.  the mountain outdistanced their destruction,
just as love outdistanced death.

catie

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 15:39:15 pst
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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another error: "now the moon is a sliver in our eye"-walk away. not a
silver. (thanks rainriver!)

here's the second part of my homework:

"early one morning the sun was shining"-tangled up in blue.
"i see blue carpet and cold moonlight settle in"-carry me away.
"those days when the sun barely touches the sky"-clues to you.
"color us all 'cause we're just stars, we're just stars"-color me grey.
"it's like the sun above, like a star in the northern night,i followed
you northern star, now i felt the cold glow of the sunset and i saw that
liar's moon, now i wished upon your falling star"-fallin' star.
"and sunlight beams on clover leaf and pine
but other lands have sunlight, too"-finlandia.
"we are but a moment's sunlight fading in the grass."-get together.
"at the half-moon cafe, we drink to our lives, as i step outside i see
that the moon is full"-half-moon cafe.
"i want to have the sun shining through me causing my existence in every
way"-holy city.
"i see my light come shining from the west unto the east"-i shall be
released.
"if i couldn't be call you mine (like a star in the sky)"-killing time.
"cigarette ash lies sprinkled like a fistful of grey stars"-life's so
strange.
"don't leave this girl lost in space"-love by you.
"sunbeams shining through his hair"-melissa.
"well, evening fell just like a star left a trail across the sky"-please
call me, baby.
"you said "i love you like the stars above, i'll love you till i die;
julie, i'd do the stars with you, anytime"-romeo and juliet.
"and what's the use if they only always fade away
just like the sun - just like everyone - but you."-the untitled song.
"quit my job and join the coastline baking in the sun"-what was really
me.

as i was going through the lyrics in their old songs and covers, i was
so touched by the personal side amy and emily show.  emily's "high
horse" reminds me of the poem i wrote called "misery"(that i will
someday turn into a song).  here's the addy in case you want to browse
it some long halloween saturday afternoon...;)

http://www.us.itd.umich.edu/~hubt/indigo.girls/


peace,
diane

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 16:01:49 pst
reply-to:     elizabeth black <kedaz@hotmail.com>
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it was my freshman year in college and i was having issues with my
sexuality.  trying to find as much as i could about being a lesbian,
people who were lesbians, and related things.  i had just come out to my
friends and my roomate sarah (who also *at the time* claimed she was a
lesbian) tossed me her tape of swamp ophelia one day simply
saying..."hey listen to this, they're family" so i kind of laughed and
put the tape in my walkman. she had strange taste in music so i wasn't
expecting much, but after a couple songs i was sitting there with my
mouth half open wondering where this music had been all my life! now my
car proudly dons an indigo girls sticker ;) i love my car! but i
digress. (where did that come from?) i guess i became a fan in my dorm
room listening to my little walkman over an astronomy book :)

beth

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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 19:51:21 -0500
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at 04:56 pm 10/31/98 bri wrote:
>now i have a question. i am just curiuos as to how listees have nicknames that
>have any relation to the indigo girls.

me:-) i do!!! in irc i use the nick kaanan (with a k for kim)... it's from
land of caanan... there be a deep meaning fer me all tied up in that choice,
but i'm just not feeling all that deep these days + couldn't stretch my
brain to formulate a cohesive story... so yer all spared:-)
peace all... kim
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nothing so gentle as real strength.
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date:         sat, 31 oct 1998 22:11:19 est
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just wondering if anybody out there have the boot from 9-3-94? (i don't know
where it was at...)  and would you be willing to make me a copy???    i will
be forever indebted to you!!  thanks! kara.

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closer to fine rocked my world and blew me away.  they were the best lyrics i
had ever encountered.  ever since i heard that song i wanted to scream to a&e
"i'm crawling on your shores."  ig just sort of bumped into my heart one day
and i've held them there ever since.
lynn

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