lifeblood: listlogs: 1999-02b


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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 02:44:55 +0100
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      nigc: labrys
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"the tattoo axe thingy isn't called a labrynth (that's a maze) it's a
labrys. it was the axe used by the amazons and has come to be a lesbian
symbol. it was used more in the seventies than today."

nope it's still used today *nods* in fact gina gershon's tattoo in bound
(it was on her upper arm though) was what prompted me to get my second
tattoo.  i wanted one identical to hers but i couldn't get a clear picture
of it so i took what i could get of hers and printed another clear picture
of a generic labrys and took it to the tattoo artist who went in the back
and worked wonders.  i got it on the inside of my right forearm.

i think the prevailing meaning is strength/women...which i really like.
the fact that it's a lesbian symbol is cool to me too though *heh*

--audra


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"between you and me there is no straight line/and the angle that i see
has grown wider with time/the unknown to our equation is how to love
without pride/but it's beyond that natural boundary/so we chalk it up
to too much love and too little time." - beth wood "geometry"
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date:         sun, 7 feb 1999 22:48:37 -0800
reply-to:     laura jackson <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         laura jackson <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: april show
x-to:         carol petricevic <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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okay,

so it's been a really long time since i posted here, but this is definitely
post worthy! i'm sooo glad that you are thinking ahead here carol! yes, that
is amy's birthday! (at least, i'm pretty damn sure it is!), and it does seem
like the perfect  chance to present a gift to her! so folks, what is it this
year?! and which lovely listee gets the pleasure of presenting the gift to
our lovely goddess amy of the light?! time to get those brains a cranking
huh?!

thanks for the shake from our reverie!  laura

>>"i got the definite on the concert in nashville. it's
>>april 12th and tix go on sale to the general public 1 march, but


>oooh!!  isn't that amy's birthday?
>wouldn't that be fun!   it sounds like the perfect opportunity to give
>her a list b-day present....
>anyone gonna be going to that?
>are we doing the list-present this year?
>carol

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 19:45:24 +0800
reply-to:     ian carandang <bluefur@pacific.net.ph>
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subject:      totally nigc but funny!
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>changes to the english language
>>
>> the european commission has just announced an agreement whereby english
>> will be the official language of the european union rather than german,
>> which was the other possibility.  as part of the negotiations, her
>> majesty's government conceded that english spelling had some room for
>> improvement and has accepted a 5-year phase-in plan that would be known
>as > "euro- english".
>>
>> in the first year, 's' will replace the soft 'c'.  sertainly,this will
>> make the sivil servants jump with joy.  the hard 'c' will be dropped in
>> favor of the 'k'.  this should klear up konfusion and keyboards kan have
>> one less letter.
>>
>> there will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year when the
>> troublesome 'ph' will be replased with the 'f'.  this will make words
>like > 'fotograf' 20% shorter!
>>
>> in the 3rd year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expected to
>> reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible. governments
>> will enkorage the removal of double leters which have always ben a
>> deterent to akurate speling.  also, al wil agre that the horible mes of
>> the silent 'e' in the languag is disgrasful and it should go away.
>>
>> by the 4th year, peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing 'th'
>> with 'z' and 'w' wiz 'v'.  during ze fifz year ze unesesary 'o' kan be
>> dropd from vords kontaining 'ou' and similar changes vud of kurs be aplid
>> to ozer kombinations of leters.  after ze fifz yer ve vil hav a rali
>> sensibl ritn styl.  zer vil be no mor trubl or difikultis and evriun vil
>> find it ezi tu undrstand ech ozer.
>>
>>  zen z drem vil finali kum tru and ve vil rul ze vorld!!!!!
>>

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 06:59:29 -0600
reply-to:     analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
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from:         analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
subject:      re: april show
x-to:         laura jackson <laurajackson@mindspring.com>
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> so folks, what is it this
> year?!

well... in the past we did honor the earth and we also did the national
commission for democracy in mexico.  what about pflag or another of the
places listed as a resource in the album?

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high priestess of amyism
wordsmith and taleweaver
*********
be and let be.
  ~~me
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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 07:18:37 -0600
reply-to:     analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
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from:         analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
subject:      common pond???
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anybody know the web address of that store of emily's?  isn't it called
the commonpond?

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 10:46:33 -0500
reply-to:     etipat@postoffice.worldnet.att.net
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         your name <etipat@postoffice.worldnet.att.net>
subject:      looking for a boot
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if anyone has ever heard of a boot of ig from 6/4/89 ( they were the
opener for neil young) please please please contact me.

thanks
les
etipat@worldnet.att.net

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 11:01:07 -0500
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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subject:      uncle mark benefit
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well - did anyone go?  how was caroline?  how was everybody?  did ig
show or anyone else?  what's the scoop?

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 11:13:22 -0800
reply-to:     java solis <worldfalls@earthlink.net>
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from:         java solis <worldfalls@earthlink.net>
subject:      nigc: michelle malone and wendy bucklew dates
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that concert, email me.
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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 14:19:47 est
reply-to:     ndgolover@aol.com
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         ndgolover@aol.com
subject:      nigc  michelle malone--st. louis
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yeeesss!!!  i never thought i'd ever get a chance to see michelle play live.
but last week i was at a local bar and i see flyers advertising mm playing
there feb. 13.  i already have my tickets.  how much?  $5 each!!!!  she is
playing from 8 to 11.  what luck!!!  i can''t wait.  the only thing better
could be our own ig in st. louis again.  wow!

indigo,
toye

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 15:59:27 est
reply-to:     gitroop@aol.com
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from:         "<erin tripp>" <gitroop@aol.com>
subject:      nigc:  tabs inquiry, valentine's ideas
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just checking.. do any of you know of a website with lots of tabs of johnny
cash or jimmie rodgers (jimmie rodgers from 1920, that is......)
sure, olga has a few.. but you know :)

also, if you are looking for idea's for valentines day, someone has previously
mentioned this, but the web-site http://www.my-mug.com/ has lots of goodies!
i have ordered 2 things from them in the last 4 months, and they turned out
excellent!  great gift ideas... and they both arrived at my house 2 days after
i placed my order.. but, now i have to think of something else to get
her!!!???  anyways, enjoy the sunshine southerners!!!  i know i am !
good day,
trooper

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date:         tue, 9 feb 1999 00:56:25 -0800
reply-to:     michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
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from:         michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
subject:      nigc: patty griffin in la
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hey y'all!

i'm baaaaack!  how many of you noticed my silence?  it was a direct
result of too short a phone cable, and too energetic a laptop (not to
mention a flimsy floppy mattress).  can you say "bye bye modem?"
well, if you can't, i hope you never have to learn how.

anyhow, i'm graduating law school in a month, and coming to the states
to celebrate with my family, so i was checking to see who's playing
where.  but i guess everyone heard i was coming and quickly rearranged
their schedules to make sure they weren't playing *specifically* in the
three weeks i'd be in the us.

seriously.  check dar, ani, erin mckeown, rose... check em.  even wendy
and michelle are out to get me.  i'm going to be in ny march 20-26th,
and in la from march 26th - april 11th.
everyone's playing gigs either somewhere near ny or la *up to* march
20th, then taking a break till... oh, about april 13th or so.

i'm sensing a conspiracy.

anyhow, to my fellow californian compadres, i came across this - patty
griffin *rocks* as i'm sure jilly would tell you, and i highly suggest
you check her out if you can.
cuz i can't.
wouldn't you know.

date                   city
state                                               venue
02/24/99                   west hollywood
ca                                   house of blues
02/26/99                    solana beach
ca                                      belly up tavern
02/27/99                    santa ana
ca                                      galaxy theatre
03/04/99                    san francisco
ca                                            fillmore
03/05/99                    san francisco
ca                                              fillmore


anyhow, i'm gonna go cry while pretending to study for finals.

all words of sympathy heartily accepted.
word of anyone interesting playing where and when i can catch them even
more heartily accepted.

peace, and wish me good luck on finals....
michal

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date:         sun, 7 feb 1999 23:03:15 est
reply-to:     rjs8026@aol.com
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i'm desperately seeking the tape of the indigo girls show in new haven, ct
from 10-28-97.  does anyone have it or know where i might get a hold of
one???????

please write back it you have any ideas, thanks.

rjs8026@aol.com

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 19:53:48 est
reply-to:     memememi@aol.com
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from:         lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject:      re: nyc suff session boot tree branches - set list correction
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this is an updated version of the setlist for the nyc 9/3 suffragette sessions
tapes.......

i have already sent out all the tapes and the liner notes, so branches, if you
could correct them on your copies, that would be great!!   the change to make
is to change "nada" to "in canada".   and if anyone knows the name of the rose
p song........

thanks to jude for noticing this!!!!!!
=)
lisa

under your skin, cimarron, chez virtue, way below the radio, roll the dice,
vestigios, everwilling, tracy bonham song, tengo la vida, pullin' a cloud,
go, wood floors, soon to be nothing, pale light, love is everything, power of
two, rose polenzani song, in canada, sister, ziggy stardust, fisherman,
cannonball,  midnight train to georgia

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 19:26:42 -0600
reply-to:     joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
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from:         joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
subject:      michelle malone in nashville
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saw one of michelle's color posters posted on a telephone pole near
vanderbilt yesterday but i  couldn't read the writing from the street.
so...i checked out michelle's web site and turns out she's playing this
thursday night at your way cafe, a women's  bar here in town.  actually,
it's not really a club, imho, it's more like a place for women to drink
and play pool.  anyway, michelle will be there thursday night and so
will i.  anyone else going?  not sure what time it starts...i think
someone is opening up for her, and that will probably be around 8:00 or
9:00.  ywc is located at 515 2nd ave. s. in nashville. you can access it
easily by taking the 2nd/4th avenue exit off of i-40, and turning left
onto 2nd avenue (a couple of blocks once you've exited the internstate).
i think ywc is maybe 5 blocks or so on the left.  the place is pretty
small, so it might be best to get there early.  i'd love to meet up with
some of y'all!

peace,

joan :-d

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 21:54:11 est
reply-to:     lizzie lawless <locisima@hotmail.com>
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subject:      nigc: strange bird vol. 2 to trade
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i've got an extra copy of michelle malone's strange bird vol. 2 that i
would like to trade for a boot if anyone's interested.

liz

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 21:20:03 -0600
reply-to:     joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
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subject:      michelle malone in nashville - clarification
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for anyone planning on going to michelle's gig at your way cafe in
nashville thursday night, whether you turn left or right onto 2nd avenue
depends on which direction you're coming from on i-40. if you're
traveling east, you would exit and then  turn left onto 2nd avenue.
however, if you're traveling west on i-40, i believe you would exit and
then turn right onto 2nd ave..  at any rate,  2nd ave. is a one-way
street, so you'll be able to see which way you need to turn!

peace,

joan :-d

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date:         mon, 8 feb 1999 21:27:25 -0600
reply-to:     joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
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subject:      neaex daemon showcase friday night in nashville
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i heard from andrea at daemon today.  she said that as of right now,
amy's plans are to be here hosting the showcase.  daemon is planning on
sending out an e-mail later in the week confirming the lineup. i suppose
if amy's plans change, we'll hear then.

in case anyone missed the news about it, the daemon showcase will be at
douglas corner cafe on the 2100 block of 8th ave., south in nashville
this friday night, beginning around 8:30.

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 9 feb 1999 04:32:28 +0100
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      birthdays
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*heh* i bet you thought i forgot! *grins*

they say it's yer birthday...well it's not mine but here are some
upcoming!

february 9
aml@scn.org (ann m. labeck)

february 11
chocobo11@aol.com (elizabeth)
"chickenman, chickenman, chickenman hold my hand...."

* indigo girls, 21 february 1989

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also:

this one came too late to be in last week's but i'm always willing to help
out the listees (hey kind friend...) so belated happy berfday wishes to:

feb 2 (1974)
brian belbis
bbelbis@aol.com

happy happy all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

--audra
bfe


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"between you and me there is no straight line/and the angle that i see
has grown wider with time/the unknown to our equation is how to love
without pride/but it's beyond that natural boundary/so we chalk it up
to too much love and too little time." - beth wood "geometry"
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date:         tue, 9 feb 1999 13:25:00 +0000
reply-to:     "m.l. katsabas" <katspaw@idirect.com>
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from:         "m.l. katsabas" <katspaw@idirect.com>
subject:      new tribute album with ig
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>thought this board might enjoy the following quote from the "details"
>magazine review of "burning london: the clash tribute"
>
>"...one of the only bands on 'burning london' that seems to really
>understand the irreverence that made the clash fun as well as fierce is the
>indigo girls, who transform "clampdown" into an unplugged folkie jam...."


i've heard it (got a early release copy from a wonderful friend...it's a
damn good rendition...they do the clash proud :))

marilyn
there are 2 kinds of people. those that need closure

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date:         tue, 9 feb 1999 16:20:50 -0500
reply-to:     lisa ann maniscalco <lmanisc@emory.edu>
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from:         lisa ann maniscalco <lmanisc@emory.edu>
subject:      re: uncle mark benefit
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on mon, 8 feb 1999, lane, tara e. wrote:

> well - did anyone go?  how was caroline?  how was everybody?  did ig
> show or anyone else?  what's the scoop?


i was there on saturday night and it was a great night of music.  no, ig
did not show up, although i know many of us had it on our minds throughout
the night.  i was looking through the items they had on silent auction
and heard an employee trying to convince a woman that they really didn't
know who might show up on any given night, that tons of people wanted to
perform.  we asked our waitress and she said she thought ig were in
europe, and that their showing up was just a rumor that someone had spread
around. anyway, i had never heard any the performers before, so it was all
new and wonderful to me.  michelle malone was definitely a crowd favorite,
as was uncle mark's "roll me up and smoke me when i die."  (he obviously
has a great sense of humor!)  i really had no idea who uncle mark was
before this, but all the performers seem to have a
lot of love and respect for him, and were proud to be a part of the
benefit.  i can't remember the names of all the performers (there's adam
dorfman?, michelle penn, the wild west show? etc) but it was
a great group of people.  the show lasted about 5 and 1/2 hours from start
to finish, so my butt was really hurting from sitting in the same chair
for so long! but it was worth it.  and they said it was sold out, so
that is a good sign. hope everyone else who was there over the three
nights had a good time.

oh, yeah, they recorded all three nights of music, and will eventually
have the cds available for everyone to buy, so look out for that.  that
should be a great sample of music.

lisa


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sorry to post this to the list.  someone posted a statement about a gay
student at the university of cincinnati recently.  i am currently on a panel
at a cincinnati company which is exploring diversity within our employees, and
am interested in adding "sexual orientation" as a category in which the
company is diverse.  i had hoped to print off this posting to share with my
co-workers on the panel - and somehow all of my saved mail from the past 2
months is nowhere to be found.  i thought this posting could be an eye-opener
to those on the panel who might restrict "diversity" to a racial definition,
and wanted to show an example of what someone said right in our backyard.  if
anyone saved this posting, or if you originally sent it and could forward me a
copy i would be grateful.  furthermore if anyone has any additional info which
they think would be helpful feel free to pass it on.  i want to ensure that
sexual orientation is included in the discussion so at least jokes, etc. in
the workplace can be curbed.  thanks for your help.
kathy
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hey folks,

this was posted to the newsgroup.  send any replies to
joe at fortunate1@mindspring.com, not to me, thanks.

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date: tue, 09 feb 1999 13:31:11 -0500
organization: fortunate ones records

indigo girls 1st e.p. = lmm1 on dragon path music. cover is in nice
condition, vinyl looks like it's never been played. the lyric sheet is
included. $180 including shipping. credit cards, check, money order
accepted. write joe at fortunate1@mindspring.com to reserve or with
questions. thanks!

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cry, cry, cry is currently featured on the acoustic cafe site:

http://www.mlive.com/cafe/

-g.

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on the first writers' night at eddie's with danielle, amy, and rose, beth
mentioned touring north dakota in mid-february sometime.  does anyone know when
and where this might be happening?  anyone on her mailing list willing to
forward me any tour info that comes your way (or better yet, figure out how to
get me added to the list...)?

thanks...

marivel

vacia me dejaste pero mas soy yo ahora que antes cuando no oia el susurro de tu
ausente corazon...2.9.99

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hi everyone :) just wondering what the easiest ig songs are to play on
the guitar.. for a real beginner :)

thanks,

melanie :)

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hmmm, i remember a long time ago someone saying that hootie and the
blowfish covered a little bit on c2f in some live song found on an
import single or something....anyone know what this song was?  i' just
wondering so i know if i see it.  i generally don;t pay too much
attention to them...but if i could hear a cover it would be cool (plus i
respect them more after the irmo cancellations and they spokse out...)
carol

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my own handler. any questions? ask me ... there's not going to be
any more handler stories because i'm the handler ... i'm doctor spin."
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hey :o)


>hmmm, i remember a long time ago someone saying that hootie and the
>blowfish covered a little bit on c2f in some live song found on an
>import single or something....anyone know what this song was

that may even have been the old incarnation of me who first posted that...

hootie and the blowfish slip into a couple of verses of closer to fine in
the middle of 'only wanna be with you' (live at the north charlston
coliseum, sc sep 10 1995) which is on the 'old man and me' uk single a55130d
(7567-85513-2).

hope that's enough (way too much) information for you...

other indigo covers...
welcome me - joan baez,  you should all know about...
tgwtwotw - eddi reader, is fantastic, and the first ig song i (unknowingly)
ever heard...
fare thee well - david crosby, is excellent too, and was released 3 years
before so...
closer to fine - the wonder stuff, is folky and well worth hearing!

plus other 'local' bands too, i'm sure...

(all except joanie's are on uk cd singles, and may well be on us releases
too!)

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09:12 pm et 02/09/99

falwell calls 'teletubby' gay

falwell calls 'teletubby' gay
by david reed=
associated press writer=
           roanoke, va. (ap) _ the rev. jerry falwell is trying to out
tinky winky, suggesting that the purple, purse-toting character on
television's popular ''teletubbies'' children's show is gay.
           a spokesman for itsy bitsy entertainment co., which licenses
the
teletubbies in the united states, said the purse is actually tinky
winky's magic bag.
           ''the fact that he carries a magic bag doesn't make him gay,''
steve rice said. ''it's a children's show, folks. to think we would
be putting sexual innuendo in a children's show is kind of
outlandish.''
           the february edition of the national liberty journal, edited
and
published by falwell, contains an article warning parents that the
rotund teletubby with the triangular antenna may be a gay role
model.
           to support its claim, the publication says tinky winky has the
voice of a boy but carries a purse. ''he is purple _ the gay-pride
color; and his antenna is shaped like a triangle _ the gay-pride
symbol.''
           falwell contends the ''subtle depictions'' are intentional and
issued a statement tuesday that said, ''as a christian i feel that
role modeling the gay lifestyle is damaging to the moral lives of
children.''
           the british show aimed at toddlers began airing on u.s. public
television stations last spring. the teletubbies are portrayed by
actors in oversized, brightly colored costumes. they all have
television screens on their tummies.
           rice said falwell was attacking ''something sweet and
innocent''
to further his conservative political agenda.
           falwell's spokeswoman, laura swickard, said the founder of the
now-defunct moral majority agreed with everything that was in the
nlj article and would not comment beyond his one-paragraph
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hey y'all,

i have a question i'm sure someone on the list can help me with.  for those
of you that have possession of the hash @ the point boot.....hash being the
"side" group that emily played with during the ig's downtime in '96.....does
anyone know if the missy elliott listed as playing lead guitar on the liner,
is *the* missy "misdemeanor" elliott?  any help with this is appreciated.

peace,
karen

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well, here we go again!!!  for all you shawn starved fans, this is (as
always) a tentative list of the next tour dates.  all dates include the
full band.  shawn is headlining this tour of small to medium sized venues
so go show your support!!!!!
see some of your there!!!!
(i think the atlanta tickets are already on sale....)
(..and for anyone who lives in lawrence, kansas...wish julie clark a happy
birthday at that show!)
cheri

>shawn mullins tour dates
>
>02/13/99  miami, fl           the box, y100 volleyball tournament
>02/14/99  orlando, fl         hard rock cafe
>02/16/99  houston, tx         instant karma
>02/17/99  austin, tx          liberty lunch
>02/18/99  dallas, tx          gypsy tea room
>02/19/99  oklahoma city, ok   boar's head
>02/20/99  lawrence, ks        the bottleneck
>02/22/99  st. louis, mo       mississippi nights
>02/25/99  cincinnati, oh      cincinnati gardens, arena
>02/26/99  chicago, il         club metro
>02/27/99  allendale, mi       grand valley university, fieldhouse
>03/01/99  ann arbor, mi       the ark
>03/03/99  toronto             lee's palace
>03/04/99  pittsburgh, pa      rosebud
>03/05/99  new york, ny        irving plaza
>03/06/99  washington, dc      9:30 club
>03/12/99  atlanta, ga         roxy theatre
>
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can anyone send me instructions for subscribing to the list?

my sister is new to the internet, and would like to join us!

thanks!
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yup, you're right.  the import cd that it is found on is called corporate
rockers.  it was recorded live at the north charleston collesium in south
carolina in august of 95. (i think).  they launch into a verse or two of c2f
in the middle of only wanna be w/ you... and i think darius says something
about how both songs have similar chords and how he loves c2f.  something like
that.  have you ever seen the video for the song time by hootie?  same
concert.  i was a hootie fan before i discovered ig, and was at that concert.
(hey, i was a teenybopper then!)  good show though... and i clearly remember
hearing c2f and thinking "ya know, i really should buy an ig cd."  too bad it
took me 2 years to get around to it!  but i digress (something i'm quite good
at, too...)

love and laughter,
~kristen

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hey folks,

here are the details on the daemon records showcase
in nashville...

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daemon records nea extravaganza showcase

friday february 12th

douglas corner
2106 8th ave s
nashville, tn
615.298.1688

lineup:

8:30   three finger cowboy
9:15   belloluna
10:00  6x
10:45  ph balance
11:30  danielle howle & the tantrums

hosted by our very own amy ray.


be there!


***also, check out our site to hear our new artists -
ph balance & 6x.  taking pre-orders now.


rock on!
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hey all-

i am just writing really quick to let everyone know that the national
organization for women will be holding a national lesbian rights summit on
april 23-26 in washington dc.  included in the festivites are workshops,
speakers, awesome tunes (read good music) and a possible march.
anyone who wants more ino can mail me via priate mail or call now at
202-331-0066 and ask for cindy jorndan.  :-)

peace y'all!

karrie

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i have a handful of high quality live indigo girls bootleg tapes/cds
that i am converting to mp3 files.  i would like to make the files
available to other fans over the web but i do not have any server
space.

if you have server space available and are interested in hosting them
please email me.  please do not email requesting i send the files
directly to you, or that i send you tapes, i do not have the ability
to do either at this time.

janet


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hi out there -

was wondering if anyone out there had anymore info on the dallas
show...my g/f and i both have that day off (if no one gets sick at
either of our jobs) and we would really like to go ....any and all info
would be appreciated
okay...i'm done...thanks again

njb

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another cover- blood and fire, by the paper dolls (lead is sung by dede
vogt). it appears at the end of some versions of blue food.  everyone
really should hear it just to know how horribly bad and wrong it really
is.


-ellen


on wed, 10 feb 1999, neil wrote:

> hey :o)
>
>
> >hmmm, i remember a long time ago someone saying that hootie and the
> >blowfish covered a little bit on c2f in some live song found on an
> >import single or something....anyone know what this song was
>
> that may even have been the old incarnation of me who first posted that...
>
> hootie and the blowfish slip into a couple of verses of closer to fine in
> the middle of 'only wanna be with you' (live at the north charlston
> coliseum, sc sep 10 1995) which is on the 'old man and me' uk single a55130d
> (7567-85513-2).
>
> hope that's enough (way too much) information for you...
>
> other indigo covers...
> welcome me - joan baez,  you should all know about...
> tgwtwotw - eddi reader, is fantastic, and the first ig song i (unknowingly)
> ever heard...
> fare thee well - david crosby, is excellent too, and was released 3 years
> before so...
> closer to fine - the wonder stuff, is folky and well worth hearing!
>
> plus other 'local' bands too, i'm sure...
>
> (all except joanie's are on uk cd singles, and may well be on us releases
> too!)
>
> neil
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date:         tue, 9 feb 1999 11:39:17 -0500
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on mon, 8 feb 1999, lizzie lawless wrote:

> i've got an extra copy of michelle malone's strange bird vol. 2 that i
> would like to trade for a boot if anyone's interested.
>
> liz
>
        i'm up for a trade if nobody else has claimed it yet. what
specifically are you looking for? i don't mean dates (although that's
fine, too) i mean songs, era, etc. just so i know what to offer you.
        take care
        mandy


        "ah's hankerin' yo' t'do me a favo', an' it's not negotiable.
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okay...here we gooooo.

i just got home, and i think i'm slowly getting over the recent
happenings...y'all know what those are,
...relationships with men that get you thinking, "is this the one who's going
to take me out of my freaky world into a "normal" boring world?",
...car wrecks that get you thinking about mortality and singing the lines of
"nomads, indians, saints" about mortality, and
...career advances that get you thinking about "what are my goals here, and
should i write that one that just popped into my head down?", etc.

anyway, it can be said that this list rocks b/c i finally met someone from
here who lives close to me (hi jason!).

i have some cool thoughts about amy's gift.

1.  during the concert at eddie's, she was wearing a brown striped shirt, big
ol' collar on it!  one of the buttons fell off, and she said she needed to sew
it back on...she didn't have a sewing kit with her.  you know how important
sewing kits are...small enough to fit in any pocket but practical enough to
use everywhere!  i think she probably has a lot of them (from fans) b/c of
that, but it's just a thought.

2.  another gift i think she'd like is nail polish (funky colors and homemade
if anyone makes it).

3.  oh, and maybe a teletubby, the one that jerry fawell (sp?) thinks is gay.

those are my ideas....

um, shelly, what ever happened to that listee complilation tape?

-chee

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hey everyone..

just wanted to correct a small fact. it wasn't a shirt button that fell off..
it was her pants button. she did ask for a sewing kit.. and eddie did have
one. i watched her sew it at the break between shows. (she turned her back and
and worked on it) if anyone has the boot.. you'll hear michelle malone say:
"that was from the last bite of tufurkey..." amy also said that she had
stapled it before the show.. but it wasn't holding.. i was close enough to see
the button when she dug it out of her pocket.. lol..

after she finished.. i had a chance to ask:  "gee.. i hope you didn't pierce
yourself sewing back your button.. "  she smiled.. and laughed.. "almost." was
her answer.

oh well..

r.moe alter
kathleen

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<< 1.  during the concert at eddie's, she was wearing a brown striped shirt,
big
ol' collar on it!  one of the buttons fell off, and she said she needed to
sew
it back on...she didn't have a sewing kit with her.  you know how important
sewing kits are... >>

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i will be there friday night and would love to meet up with fellow
listees.  e-mail me privately if you plan to go!  we now know that amy
will be there hosting. :-d

peace!

joan :-d

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hi folks,

michelle's gig at your way cafe in nashville thursday night starts at
9:00 p.m. (cst).  kelly zullo will open at 7:00 p.m.  anyone from the ig
or mm lists going?

peace!

joan :-d

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on my way home from work today, i was listening to an ig cd, singing
along at the top of my lungs ( as usual ) and an interesting question
came to me. now, i know we are all really big fans, and heaven forbid we
should ever criticize the girls, but here goes.....

i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't care
for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and why?

mine is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".
i can't tell you why i don't like it, but it just really bugs me.

so, i am very interested in your responses to this. takers, anyone?

stephanie

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hey all-

i am just writing really quick to let everyone know that the national
organization for women will be holding a national lesbian rights summit on
april 23-26 in washington dc.  included in the festivites are workshops,
speakers, awesome tunes (read good music) and a possible march.
anyone who wants more ino can mail me via priate mail or call now at
202-331-0066 and ask for cindy jorndan.  :-)

peace y'all!

karrie

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i absolutely can't stand hey jesus or caramia, and i don't really like
history of us.  caramia and history of us i don't like simply because i
just don't like them.  hey jesus, however... well, the short version is
that i was raised christian.  (i'm not anymore.)  i was abused as a
child and i would pray and pray and pray and nothing happened because
whatever god i was praying to wasn't listening or else didn't care.
that song, especially the line about "we call you in our despair and you
don't come through", well it's so true for me that it hurts.  i can't
listen to that song because it rips me apart inside.

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>i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't >care
>for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
>for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and >why?

i never could say that there was an ig song that i don't like, but i do have
one that i like a lot less than the rest.  for me it's "get out the map".
the reason?  i guess i think it is a just a bit too corn ponish.

i am crazy about everything else, though there have been ones that took time
to grow on me and then turned out to be one of my favs.  "don't give that
girl a gun" was like that for me.

peace
carrie

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i actually have a picture that i took of her sewing back the button on.  not
that that is all that interesting but i felt like i wanted to share it with
you all.

heather
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>hey everyone..
>
>just wanted to correct a small fact. it wasn't a shirt button that fell
off..
>it was her pants button. she did ask for a sewing kit.. and eddie did have
>one. i watched her sew it at the break between shows. (she turned her back
and
>and worked on it) if anyone has the boot.. you'll hear michelle malone say:
>"that was from the last bite of tufurkey..." amy also said that she had
>stapled it before the show.. but it wasn't holding.. i was close enough to
see
>the button when she dug it out of her pocket.. lol..
>
>after she finished.. i had a chance to ask:  "gee.. i hope you didn't
pierce
>yourself sewing back your button.. "  she smiled.. and laughed.. "almost."
was
>her answer.
>
>oh well..
>
>r.moe alter
>kathleen
>
>in a message dated 2/10/99 8:13:02 pm eastern standard time,
tcheehill@aol.com
>writes:
>
><< 1.  during the concert at eddie's, she was wearing a brown striped
shirt,
>big
> ol' collar on it!  one of the buttons fell off, and she said she needed to
>sew
> it back on...she didn't have a sewing kit with her.  you know how
important
> sewing kits are... >>
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good question. i like it.

for me it would be caramia, gwtwotwihh and airplane.

airplane just is too cutesy and the roches push it over the edge into
unlistenable. it is the only song on rites that i don't like.  caramia?
overwrought and highly annoying after 5 listens. girl with the weight...
depressing and too pessimistic for my taste. even when amy has angst at least
there's hope.

in any case, just my three cents...  :)

dani :0
(normal lurker gone public)

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<yawn>  beige.....we should definitely paint the ceiling beige.

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this is so funny.  my friend and i were just discussing this tonight,
becuase we are making each other mix tapes and wouldn't want to put on
any unliked songs.  the thing that was amazing was that there really was
hardly any that we don't like, but a couple there are.  i cannot stand
this train revised.  it grates on my nerves in a way that i cannot
explain.  which is too bad becuase so is one of my favorite albums.  the
album least liked so far has been shaming of the sun, with a few songs
that are *just* tolerable.  my two cents. tricia

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hmmm, i guess i don't like older emily songs.  lyrically and musically
they are swell, but i hate how emily sang back then-in the early years
like self titled.  she sang at the very low end of her range and sounds
all breathy etc.  i just don't like it; shes much better higher,
especially w/ the bluesy stuff....
but her  old ballads are nicely written, poorly sung.....
anyway....
carol

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does anyone know of an email address for honor the earth so i can write to
them for info? thanks a lot.
-sam (perturbed at postmodernism)

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hi,

you can reach honor the earth at the following address:

        http://www.honorearth.com

peace & indigo, gram

on wed, 10 feb 1999, froglady wrote:

> does anyone know of an email address for honor the earth so i can write to
> them for info? thanks a lot.
> -sam (perturbed at postmodernism)
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i've lost your email & have a question... could u mail me privately?

thanks much!
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i can't stand "pushing the needle too far," or 'virginia woolfe," or "this
train revised." and, i must say i can only take so much of "bury my heart
at wounded knee."

at 09:04 pm 2/10/99 -0600, tim smith or stephanie browne wrote:
>on my way home from work today, i was listening to an ig cd, singing
>along at the top of my lungs ( as usual ) and an interesting question
>came to me. now, i know we are all really big fans, and heaven forbid we
>should ever criticize the girls, but here goes.....
>
>i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't care
>for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
>for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and why?
>
>mine is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".
>i can't tell you why i don't like it, but it just really bugs me.
>
>so, i am very interested in your responses to this. takers, anyone?
>
>stephanie
>
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practice random acts of intelligence and senseless acts of self control.

chris i. iggulden, ma
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okay, i've done this before, but i'll do it again.

girl with the weight
history of us
faye tucker
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weeeel, i think i'm going to have to say center stage.  and ain't no way
to treat a friend would come in before that, if we're including early
stuff.  i don't know why i don't like center stage.  i think there's just
something about it that grates on my nerves.   but i think it's the only
ig song that i routinely ff through.


ellen


on wed, 10 feb 1999, tim smith or stephanie browne wrote:

> on my way home from work today, i was listening to an ig cd, singing
> along at the top of my lungs ( as usual ) and an interesting question
> came to me. now, i know we are all really big fans, and heaven forbid we
> should ever criticize the girls, but here goes.....
>
> i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't care
> for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
> for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and why?
>
> mine is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".
> i can't tell you why i don't like it, but it just really bugs me.
>
> so, i am very interested in your responses to this. takers, anyone?
>
> stephanie
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on thu, 11 feb 1999, chris wrote:

> i can't stand "pushing the needle too far," or 'virginia woolfe," or "this
> train revised." and, i must say i can only take so much of "bury my heart
> at wounded knee."

        oogh. them's fightin' words. no, just kidding. but i really
like ttr, and those first two are among my favorites of all time.
        on the other hand, i don't much care for dgttag. i've tried. i
have. i appreciate that there's a lot of raw emotion in that song. but
musically and lyrically, i don't think it's all that great. for pure
emotion, i prefer keeper of my heart and.. well, ptntf.
        gee, a n*i*s fan? me? never...
        it also took me about a million years to come to like crazy game.
it wasn't until i heard the version on early recordings vol iii that i
realy came to like it, and i still prefer that version.
        mandy


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                                -redneck!scully, triangle

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                                -eilis monahan

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                                -marxlennon

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hi all...i first extend my apologies to those of you that might be offended
by this post...but hell with everything that's been spewed on my email as
of late, i figured it to be pretty harmless.

anyways, take the following "quiz" and please email me with your chosen
leader, i'm really curious as to who gets chosen most, if anyone's
interested i'll mail the results.

marilyn
____________________________________________________________________________
____

it's time to pick a world leader.   choose carefully, your vote counts!

here's the scoop on the 3 leading candidates:

        candidate a: associates with ward heelers and consults with
        astrologists. has had 2 mistresses. chain smokes and drinks 8 to 10
        martinis a day.

        candidate b: was kicked out of office twice, sleeps until noon, used
        opium in college and drinks a quart of brandy every evening.

        candidate c: is a decorated war hero, a vegetarian and doesn't smoke. he
        drinks an occasional beer and hasn't had any illicit affairs.


which of these candidates is your choice? be sure you've made your choice
before scrolling:


   scroll down

   scroll down

   scroll down

   scroll down

   scroll down

   candidate a was franklin d. roosevelt

   candidate b was winston churchill

   candidate c was adolph hitler


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hey, i'm wondering if the girls have done any james taylor covers besides
"daddy's all gone", from shades.  anyone know?

val

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at 05:09 pm 2/4/99 , hunterj1@aol.com wrote:
>does anybody know who is keeping track of the ig discography?  i have some old
>mail from 3 years ago that gives the internet addy for the folkbook site but
>the discog is no longer there.  is steve the keeper of the sacred discography
>still among us?

i don't think steve is on the list anymore, but i am hosting the
discography for him at <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/indigo.html>, and
his e-mail address is in the discography.

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at 10:04 pm 2/10/99 , tim smith or stephanie browne wrote:
>i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't care
>for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
>for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and why?
>
>mine is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".
>i can't tell you why i don't like it, but it just really bugs me.

gwtwotwihh is one of mine too... the title is reason enough, but the
melodrama of the song is too much for me.  the only other one i can think
of is "love's recovery," which has some great sentiments but in general is
a little too sappy for me, it wore thin rather quickly.

i think it's a great compliment to ig that most of the songs we seem to
dislike are the older ones... i'm sure they feel that they've grown as
songwriters, and so far we seem to agree.  in fact, i was just thinking
that the boots from the sots tour have had the longest play of any boots
i've ever had.. i can just listen to them over and over and never get sick
of them, which is very, very unusual for me, and causes about 100 new cds
to be sitting around, unopened,  gathering dust!  i really think the last
few albums are so much better than the first few (which were still great),
and i can't wait to hear what they have for us next, even though we've
already got a pretty good idea (and those sneak peeks are part of what's
kept me listening to those boots!).

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i could get into trouble for this...but i think they sound better live than
in the studio....

at 03:27 pm 2/11/99 -0500, lisa ann maniscalco wrote:
>
>
>on thu, 11 feb 1999, chris wrote:
>
>> i can't stand "pushing the needle too far," or 'virginia woolfe," or "this
>> train revised."
>
>i, too, am having a bit of difficulty understanding how one couldn't love
>virginia woolfe, but of course, we all have our preferences.  when i
>listen to that song i remember riding the metro buses and trains in dc a
>few summers ago when i had an internship there.  i would look around at
>all the people going to and from work every day and they all seemed so
>unhappy, so uninspired, and so wishing they were somewhere else.  i know,
>the subway isn't the place most of us would want to be if we could
>choose, but you know what i mean.  i would listen to vw on my headset and
>be reminded that the work i would do that day (i was interning at a
>non-profit that works to end hunger and poverty) would be really important
>and valuable.  the words to the song would lift me above my sleepiness and
>annoyance at having to travel so long to get to work, and i really wanted
>to pass my headphones around to give everyone a little inspiration for the
>day.  the song really helped me.
>
>sorry, i know i'm supposed to be talking about the songs i don't like, but
>i just felt like sharing.  i agree, too, with whoever mentioned the
>quality of emily's voice in the earlier years.  a few days ago i played
>love's recovery for a friend, the studio version, and i was a little
>shocked at how different her voice sounds from the live version of the
>song.  there are a few songs that just carry more life when i hear the
>live version.
>
>what do you all think, should we start a petition or something for another
>release (like 1200 curfews) with more live versions of songs?  there were
>a lot of posts recently about how those cds were many people's favorites.
>just doing a little dreaming i guess.
>
>lisa
>
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and weak are bound in a common destiny that decrees that none shall enjoy
lasting prosperity and stability unless others do too."
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                        canadian parliament, september 24, 1998


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you know, i'm thinking that name on the liner is wrong.  i saw a video
boot of hash, and there was a missy on it, but her last name wasn't
elliott, and she *certainly* wasn't missy "misdimeanor" elliott.
does anybody know what the hash missy's last name is?

karen said:
>does anyone know if the missy elliott listed as playing lead guitar
>on the liner, is *the* missy "misdemeanor" elliott?  any help with
>this is appreciated.

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you know, i'm thinking that name on the liner is wrong.  i saw a video
boot of hash, and there was a missy on it, but her last name wasn't
elliott, and she *certainly* wasn't missy "misdimeanor" elliott.
does anybody know what the hash missy's last name is?
leslie

karen said:
>does anyone know if the missy elliott listed as playing lead guitar
>on the liner, is *the* missy "misdemeanor" elliott?  any help with
>this is appreciated.

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        alright, how could anyone say that they dislike any song that the girls put
out there??? you just need to let it grow on you...i don't think they have
ever written or covered a song that i wouldn't listen to until i was blue in
the face......i guess i just really love the girls

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i'd have to say airplane.  i can deal with it sometimes, but not always.
for a long time, i didn't like power of two, because it was just so soft
and sweet and cuddly, and i wanted heartbreak and angst (dead man's
hill, touch me fall)...i like it more now, but its still not one of my
fave's.

--shel

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i would have to say that there is really only one song that really gets on
my nerves for some reason.  that would be 1,2,3.  i can't explain it but it
just doesn't effect me like every other song does.

heather
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>weeeel, i think i'm going to have to say center stage.  and ain't no way
>to treat a friend would come in before that, if we're including early
>stuff.  i don't know why i don't like center stage.  i think there's just
>something about it that grates on my nerves.   but i think it's the only
>ig song that i routinely ff through.
>
>
>ellen
>
>
>on wed, 10 feb 1999, tim smith or stephanie browne wrote:
>
>> on my way home from work today, i was listening to an ig cd, singing
>> along at the top of my lungs ( as usual ) and an interesting question
>> came to me. now, i know we are all really big fans, and heaven forbid we
>> should ever criticize the girls, but here goes.....
>>
>> i am sure everyone has that one indigo girls song that they don't care
>> for, and find themselves either skipping it  or fast forwarding over it
>> for whatever reason. which indigo girls song is that for you, and why?
>>
>> mine is "the girl with the weight of the world in her hands".
>> i can't tell you why i don't like it, but it just really bugs me.
>>
>> so, i am very interested in your responses to this. takers, anyone?
>>
>> stephanie
>>
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<< hey, i'm wondering if the girls have done any james taylor covers besides
"daddy's all gone", from shades.  anyone know?

on one of the boots i have (thanks sasha!), they cover caronlina on my mind
and you've got a friend...its really really old (1981)...they were still the
b-band then...but its fun to listen to...that boot also has a lot of cat
stevens...and back together again and tuesday's children...email me privately
if you want to trade!

--erin

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this song is copyrighted... anyone know anything about it?

thursday afternoon
written by amy elizabeth ray/emily ann saliers
published by godhap music

maybe i've been away too long but it was news to me when i happened upon =
it...

and this isn't the end of my questioning today...

peace

neil
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so as i was saying, i've been away for a while...

did indicated 4 ever get finished... i'm sure my bride mailed our =
cassettes off but we haven't heard anything. and that was a long time =
ago...=20

(indicated being a collection of list bods doing their version of igs =
tunes)

has anything happened since then? or at the moment?

and if not, would there be any interest in one being organised now? (i =
think i just volunteered...)

peace (still)

neil
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date:         thu, 11 feb 1999 17:55:11 -0500
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hello list!

in order to reinstate an old spirit of festivity and trading, i'm offering
free copies of one, and only one, of early recordings, vol i, ii, or iii, to
the first *five* bootless newbies who respond to me, and not the list, at
the above address.  you'll need to send me a 90 minute tape and a self
addressed, stamped (3 33c stamps), padded envelope.  email me and i'll send
you the address!

yours,
chris ii

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date:         thu, 11 feb 1999 11:43:38 -0600
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just thought ya'll would like to know.  i asked the director of the
festival if the girls would be there.  this was his reply......

>date: 11 feb 99 11:05:11 +0000
>from: robert jones <robert.jones@fpiny.com>
>subject: re>folk festival
>to: sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
>x-mailer: intercall 1.2
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>                      re>folk festival                             2/11/99
>we hope that we will have the indigos

as for amy's b-day present, don't you think some sort of donation would be
best?
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from da newsgroup...


>hey all-
>i work for a non-profit agency in atlanta called living room. we provide
>information referrals and rental asistance to folks who are hiv+ so they
may
>obtain a safe affordable place to live. a few years back our annual
heartsongs
>benefit released a cd compliation called, oddly enough, "heart songs".
well, a
>box of the cd's surfaced and no one quite knew what to do with them, so
i've
>been put in charge of this little fundraiser. it features 18 of atlanta's
best
>singer songwriters, including a cut by grammy nominated shawn mullins.
(feels
>real good to say that).
>
>1. matthew kahler: world of time
>2. lift: out of the blue sky
>3. kristen hall: it's alright
>4. three lost souls: raining
>5. kristian bush: rural free delivery
>6. kodak harrison: static on the radio
>7. gerard mchugh: wild mountain meadow
>8. tammy fowler: what you need
>9. kilgore trout: truth behind fears
>10. uncle mark: m&m man
>11. wendy bucklew: out of the city
>12. jan smith: angels on fire
>13. kim & kelly: anywhere but here
>14. chief seattle: water will find it's own level
>15. cowboy envy: one more ride
>16. don conoscenti: boxes of bones
>17. michelle penn: me
>18. shawn mullins: cry bitter tears
>
>if you're interested in a copy, send check or money order for $10, this
>includes shipping to:
>
>living room
>341 ponce de leon ave.
>atlanta, ga. 30308
>attention: jinny
>
>be sure to include your return address!!
>
>all proceeds go directly to help homeless people obtain safe, adffordable
>housing.
>
>ps please feel free to post this to other lists that might be interested
since
>i'm no longer subscribed all over the place.

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hey everyone,

this was posted to the indigo girls newsgroup
(alt.music.indigo-girls)...

cheers,
sherlyn
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date: 11 feb 1999 18:37:57 gmt

hey all-
i work for a non-profit agency in atlanta called living room. we provide
information referrals and rental asistance to folks who are hiv+ so they may
obtain a safe affordable place to live. a few years back our annual heartsongs
benefit released a cd compliation called, oddly enough, "heart songs". well, a
box of the cd's surfaced and no one quite knew what to do with them, so i've
been put in charge of this little fundraiser. it features 18 of atlanta's best
singer songwriters, including a cut by grammy nominated shawn mullins. (feels
real good to say that).

1. matthew kahler:      world of time
2. lift:                                out of the blue sky
3. kristen hall:                it's alright
4. three lost souls:    raining
5. kristian bush:       rural free delivery
6. kodak harrison:      static on the radio
7. gerard mchugh:       wild mountain meadow
8. tammy fowler:        what you need
9. kilgore trout:               truth behind fears
10. uncle mark:         m&m man
11. wendy bucklew:      out of the city
12. jan smith:          angels on fire
13. kim & kelly:        anywhere but here
14. chief seattle:      water will find it's own level
15. cowboy envy:        one more ride
16. don conoscenti:     boxes of bones
17. michelle penn:      me
18. shawn mullins:      cry bitter tears

if you're interested in a copy, send check or money order for $10, this
includes shipping to:

living room
341 ponce de leon ave.
atlanta, ga. 30308
attention: jinny

be sure to include your return address!!

all proceeds go directly to help homeless people obtain safe, adffordable
housing.

ps please feel free to post this to other lists that might be interested since
i'm no longer subscribed all over the place.

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hey everyone,

i'm sure someone must have posted about this before but
for the life of me i can't remember, so here it is just
in case - the track listing for last year's world cafe
compilation album...

-sherlyn

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various|live at the world cafe volume 6|1998|world cafe|wc9706
        intro||dye, david
        closer to free||bo deans
        maple tree||jackson, sherri
        wait||huffamoose
        wondering where the lions are||cockburn, bruce
        that's not love||keb' mo'
        it's alright||indigo girls
        buildins & bridges||defranco, ani
        perfectly good guitar||hiatt, john
        nitrus||dale, dick
        wang dang doodle||taylor, koko
        lowdown||scaggs, boz
        good enough||mclachlan, sarah
        there is a mountain||donovan
        polka dots||lyle,kami
        every river||richey, kim
        pancho & lefty||van zandt, townes

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hey...  does anyone know (or are you?) what happened to fugitive26@aol.com?  i
corresponded with you about a month ago about the magazine thing, but when i
tried to e-mail today, guess what!  no longer a known user.  sigh.  so, any
info. would be appreciated.  thanks!

love,
alissa

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>if anyone has the boot.. you'll hear michelle malone say:
>"that was from the last bite of tufurkey..."

hey kathleen and all-
is that a typo, or is there actually some strange vegetarian poultry
substitute called tufurkey?  and what's it made of?  surprised i haven't
heard of it yet, living as i am in the vegan capital of the u.s.a.
(oberlin).

jill

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on thu, 11 feb 1999, chris wrote:

> i can't stand "pushing the needle too far," or 'virginia woolfe," or "this
> train revised."

i, too, am having a bit of difficulty understanding how one couldn't love
virginia woolfe, but of course, we all have our preferences.  when i
listen to that song i remember riding the metro buses and trains in dc a
few summers ago when i had an internship there.  i would look around at
all the people going to and from work every day and they all seemed so
unhappy, so uninspired, and so wishing they were somewhere else.  i know,
the subway isn't the place most of us would want to be if we could
choose, but you know what i mean.  i would listen to vw on my headset and
be reminded that the work i would do that day (i was interning at a
non-profit that works to end hunger and poverty) would be really important
and valuable.  the words to the song would lift me above my sleepiness and
annoyance at having to travel so long to get to work, and i really wanted
to pass my headphones around to give everyone a little inspiration for the
day.  the song really helped me.

sorry, i know i'm supposed to be talking about the songs i don't like, but
i just felt like sharing.  i agree, too, with whoever mentioned the
quality of emily's voice in the earlier years.  a few days ago i played
love's recovery for a friend, the studio version, and i was a little
shocked at how different her voice sounds from the live version of the
song.  there are a few songs that just carry more life when i hear the
live version.

what do you all think, should we start a petition or something for another
release (like 1200 curfews) with more live versions of songs?  there were
a lot of posts recently about how those cds were many people's favorites.
just doing a little dreaming i guess.

lisa


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i heard that someone won a signed pair of simone's (from lift)
drumsticks from the trivia game.  i haven't seen any bragging about
it....who was it?  anyone on the list?  does anyone know??  man i wish
i'd won!!!

indigo daze =)

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hey,
        i think there are a few songs that i dont absoutly love but i dont dislike
them.  hey jesus kinda bugs me too. i was raised catholic and just dont
believe in any of it at all. the song kinda makes me think about the whole
thing.  but anyway there are a few on shaming of the sun that just dont do the
same thing as the rest of their songs.  well i'll shut up now
all things indigo
karrie

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umh, i really have amy and emily to thank for getting me through rough
times and i really wish we could all give amy the smell of the rain on a
windy spring night, like the  one that i cried my eyes out, listening to
mystery. i wish to give her a the sound of the trees waving at the sky
(sans car plane train sounds).  however, i am only human. i make
shampoo, massage oils, bath salts, and stuff of that nature. it is the
closest thing to nature you can bottle. just an idea.


sara the sunflower waiting for spring.

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i, too, like ig's songs live better. songs like this train revised, language
or the kiss, i can't listen to the studio version anymore after i heard the
live version. it'd be great if they put out another live cd....

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hey everyone..

i turn to you all in hope that someone might know where to buy cd's from "soul
miners daughter"

this group performed at the uncle mark benefit. i have to tell you all.. they
kick!

so.. if anyone has any idea where i can but their cd's ...please let me know

peace
kathleen

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...and that cd can be ordered from their website at www.worldcafe.org

there's also a picture of david dye with a&e.

darren

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southland in the springtime!  not sure if i've mentioned this before, but i
cannot stand that song...  no matter how much i love the rest of the album,
something about that *really* gets to me...  do people actually like that
song?  do the igs actually like that song?  <shudders>

love,
alissa

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hi all-

newbie offer closed, sorry y'all!  in the interest of fairness, though, i
took 4 "regular" list replies and the first digest reply...

chris ii

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on thu, 11 feb 1999, alissa d. irving wrote:

> southland in the springtime!  not sure if i've mentioned this before, but i
> cannot stand that song...  no matter how much i love the rest of the album,
> something about that *really* gets to me...  do people actually like that
> song?  do the igs actually like that song?  <shudders>
>
> love,
> alissa
>
i love that song--reminds me of home (texas) every time i hear it.  i have
been living out in the middle of a cultural wasteland (phoenix) for the past 3
years working on my phd and all i want is just to go back home.  if i can't
actually go back to austin, then anywhere in the south will do.

peace & indigo,

viva de milagro

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i really like southland in the springtime.  i, like emily, was born in conn.
and moved down here to georgia when i was seven.  i know exactly what she
means in the song because i feel the same way.  i may originally be a yankee
but the south is definitely my homeland.

heather
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>southland in the springtime!  not sure if i've mentioned this before, but i
>cannot stand that song...  no matter how much i love the rest of the album,
>something about that *really* gets to me...  do people actually like that
>song?  do the igs actually like that song?  <shudders>
>
>love,
>alissa
>
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>not feminists are those who believe that women are inherently inferior or
>undeserving of the respect and opportunity afforded men. either you are a
>feminist or you are a sexist/misogynist. there is no box marked 'other.'"
>ani interviews joni - september 20, 1998
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hey yall,

i really can't stand "blood and fire". yuck.

lol! just kidding!

                                  ~ janene

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like a reflex, the first thing that pops into my head at the suggestion that
anything ig have done could be less than loved and adored and worshipped.  but
alas, i must admit to varying degrees of enjoyment of the 50+ songs i have to
listen to.  i certainly don't admit to anyone who is not a total fan that
there is anything in that long list of songs that i don't like.  only to y'all
would i admit that i ffwd through "caramia" on my concert video...  in fact, i
could do without some of emily's syrupy "love's recovery"..."wood song" ...
"hey jesus"...  but then again, i love "love with come to you"... "ghost"...
i love reading through the letters and finding little agreement among us as to
the   "good" songs and the rest.  ig are so huge, just briming over with
expressions and experiments, living such enormous lives and offering us their
talents which then enlarge us all in different ways.  that's all i can say.  i
think.  y'all will have to excuse me...i'm stoned on codeine (perfectly legal)
tonight.
freida.

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hey y'all--yeah, i realize that i repeated my subject line, but i felt like
saying it again, all right?! :)

i'm celebrating several things.  first of all, art--the small, unhappy
computer man at bluffton--finally got his arse up to my room and fixed my
internet connection, so no more computer lab for me!  second, wow, fellow
ohioans, is it a balmy night or what?!  thunderstorms kick, well, you
know--especially when it's february and it's warm.

as for what songs i don't like...um...welcome me sort of annoys me, and i'm
not sure why. i think maybe it's the "wa-wa-wa-wa" sorta-sounding thing at
the beginning of it.  and--someone's bound to lynch me over this one--i
can't stand romeo and juliet!  it's better live, but still--amy sounds like
freaking bob dylan, and sue me, but that's just not a good thing in my book.
i don't know.

oh, by the way, about the indicated 4 tape--my friend bethany was in charge
of that, and she's living in columbus right now without access to email, so
i'll try to get ahold of her and see what she's planning to do with that
whole thing.  i'm supposed to talk to her this weekend.  if you have a
question, why don't you email me privately and i'll see if i can either
answer it or ask her when i talk to her.

hope you're all having a great evening!

shannon

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hey!

tonight my friend and i were at the mall (aka dirt mall) and i happened to
pick up a copy of this free music magazine because there was an article on
japanese pop music (all my faves...takako minekawa, buffalo daughter, the
zoobombs, etc).  anyway, so i (procrastinating as usual) decided to
actually read the other articles.  in one section with blurbs called
"raves", they quoted amy ray!  i was so excited!  no pics or anything,
just this quote:

"there's a happening new band out of birmingham, alabama called three
finger cowboy.  i hear strains of magnapop, t rex, and the ramones' garage
pop punk.  their new album kissed can be asoundtrack for a movie called
high school desperado.  i like a good southern band that plays as a band
with no grandstanding by anyone and no pretensions, just good song writing
-- the kids wanna rock and roll"

anyway...pretty nifty...

:-) karen

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the february trivia game at daemon underground is up and it's been
extended to march 15th.  this month we are featuring bellolua - a dug
favorite.  plus we have a very cool special bonus!  to play go to
www.daemonunderground.com

flyer queen =)

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hi, all,
        for me, it's "caramia" and "burn all the letters."
take care,
deb

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i had almost the exact same reaction.  these are also among my all time
favorites.  ptntf is definitely in my top 5.
carrie

>on thu 11 feb 1999, mandy wrote:
>        oogh. them's fightin' words. no, just kidding.

>on thu, 11 feb 1999, chris wrote:
>
>> i can't stand "pushing the needle too far," or 'virginia woolfe," or
"this
>> train revised." and, i must say i can only take so much of "bury my heart
>> at wounded knee."
>

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it's made of tofu.

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>>if anyone has the boot.. you'll hear michelle malone say:
>>"that was from the last bite of tufurkey..."
>
>hey kathleen and all-
>is that a typo, or is there actually some strange vegetarian poultry
>substitute called tufurkey?  and what's it made of?  surprised i haven't
>heard of it yet, living as i am in the vegan capital of the u.s.a.
>(oberlin).
>
>jill
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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 05:26:48 -0500
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hey everyone!

just wanted to re-itterate that the national org. for women will be
sponsoring a huge lesbian rights summit on april 23-25 in washington dc
and all are invited.  there will be workshops, seminars, great
entertainment (possibly df and catie curits) and a possible march.  for
all the latest, point your browsers to http://www.now.org and get the
scoop!

any questions?  email me!  i'll either answer them or pass on the word!


peace-
karrie

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hello!

i almost always ffwd through chickenman, fugitive, welcome me, and touch
me fall.  i used to ffwd through 3 hits and nashville.  nashville,
probably because it's on blue food, and i love blue food!
ay, and 123 is growing on me!  i also used to not understand why people
would request romeo and juliet live, until i heard it on rop.

i first heard southland... on the watershed video, and i thought it was
really sweet hearing emily begin that song, and amy listening intently.
after briefly visiting augusta, ga, and going through several train and
bus stations, airports, and hotel rooms on my interview tour in january,
i came to know what it means to not be home for three weeks.  and i
wondered how sport players and musicians could endure being in a
different place every night or every other night.  of course, they are
doing what they love to do, but even then touring can get tedious on
some days.  so that homesickness and love for home in sits is one thing
i could identify with.

you're funny, janene (i lol'd on that one).

anyway, i remember someone on the list loves emm gryner.  i cut out an
article out of a local newspaper (riverside press-enterprise) for
whomever that is, if you want it.  it has a terrific, big pic of emm.
email me privately.

oh, one more thing--about this train revised, i used to ffwd through
that one also--until i learned what it's about.  i cry when i listen to
that song.  i read a few of maya angelou's poems today--i got so angry
that i had to stop reading them.  injustice just steams me up.

diane

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a couple of people asked me for directions to the showcase and i
accidentally deleted their e-mails.  oops!  so i am posting directions
to douglas corner here.

douglas corner cafe is located at 2106 8th ave., south.  you will need
to take the wedgewood ave. exit off of i-65 (i believe it is exit 80).
for specific directions, see below.  douglas corner is located at the
intersection (traffic light) of 8th ave. south and douglas ave. it is
across the street from zanies comedy club.

from the north - take i-65 south to the wedgewood exit, turn right, go
to the traffic light at 8th ave. s. and  turn left.  douglas corner is a
couple of blocks on the left.

from east or west - take i-40 into downtown nashville, take i-65 south,
and follow directions above.

from the south - take i-65 north, and take the wedgewood exit.  turn
left at the light, then proceed a couple of blocks to the light at 8th
ave. south, and turn left, go a couple of blocks and douglas corner is
on the left.

from the southeast - take i-24 west into nashville, merge into i-40
west, and when you get close to downtown, take i-65 south to the
wedgewood exit and turn right off the exit.  go to the traffic light at
8th ave. s, and turn left.  douglas corner is a couple of blocks on the
left.

the showcase starts at 8:30 p.m. cst.  i won't be checking my mail again
until after i get off work, so i won't be able to provide further
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directions.  these directions should get y'all there with no problem.
if you get lost, don't be afraid to pull into a convenience store and
ask directions.  people are friendly here. :)

peace,

joan :-d

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> fyi
>
> >to: end-violence@edc-cit.org
> >date: thu, 11 feb 1999 21:30:50 -0000
> >from: greg kelson <iwcp@angelfire.com>
> >subject: [end-violence] re: training of judiciary
> >sender: owner-end-violence@edc-cit.org
> >reply-to: end-violence@edc-cit.org
> >
> >something just came across my desk which confirms me that (and others on
> >this list) that men are not the only ones who perpetrate violence against
> >women.
> >
> >a decision came down today from an appellate court in italy that
> >overturned a rape conviction against a 45-year-old man who raped his
> >18-year-old female driving student. the court's reasoning was that since
> >the woman was wearing jeans, it would have been impossible to remove them
> >"without the collaboration of the person wearing them." the court
> >concluded that the young woman had consented to sex.
> >
> >it would seem to me that the judge[s] that issued this ruling see rape as
> >a crime of sex and not a crime of violence. this is why male adjudicators
> >will not grant a women asylum in most western countries. a mechanism must
> >be developed to educate the judiciary that crimes such as these are more
> >than just "petty thefts."
> >
> >the case is being appealed and i plan on filing a brief in the case. but
> >this is one area of international strategy that cannot be ignored or moved
> >to the bottom of the list.
> >
> >---
> >gregory kelson, executive director
> >institute for women and children's policy
> >chicago, il
> >iwcp@angelfire.com
> >http://www.angelfire.com/il/iwcp
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >

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hi there-

kay, newbies, i realize it's an irresistable offer, but please stop flooding
my box with tales of a friend with cancer, the end of the world, heart
attacks, etc., trying to get a copy of one of the bootlegs.  they're gone.
i'm a graduate student and i only have so much time on my hands, i've
offered charity for 5, don't press me...

done being pissy, peace!
chris ii

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that is probably one of my most favourite ig songs!!!!


at 09:35 pm 2/11/99 est, alissa d. irving wrote:
>southland in the springtime!  not sure if i've mentioned this before, but i
>cannot stand that song...  no matter how much i love the rest of the album,
>something about that *really* gets to me...  do people actually like that
>song?  do the igs actually like that song?  <shudders>
>
>love,
>alissa
>
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>not feminists are those who believe that women are inherently inferior or
>undeserving of the respect and opportunity afforded men. either you are a
>feminist or you are a sexist/misogynist. there is no box marked 'other.'"
>ani interviews joni - september 20, 1998
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reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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i love this song.  there's something about it that just hits me right in
the heart.  sometimes, i even have tears rolling down my cheeks.  you see,
i'm the opposite of emily.  i was born in the south and have spent most of
my life living in the north.  there is something about the south.  i can't
get it out of my blood.  every time i go there i feel instantly at home.
it only takes me about a day to start talking like a southerner.  gee, this
is getting me more and more excited about my trip to the carolinas in...18
days!!!!  that and the fact that there is now a f***ing blizzard outside.
and it was 61 yesterday.  go figure.
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cooper seay page:
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bootleg page: http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 10:39:53 -0500
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>http://www.washtimes.com/culture/culture4.html
>
>5am -- february 11, 1999
>www.washtimes.com
>
>culture, et cetera
>excerpts and quotes from the cultural war of words in publications
>around the nation
>
>the washington times
>
>- - snip -
>
>popular choice
>
>"in these days of pro-abortion rallies, homosexual parades and
>clinton legal defense funds, we're constantly reminded that
>entertainment celebrities lend their support to our adversaries.
>we should have known that robert de niro of 'wag the dog' fame would
>be calling members of congress on the eve of the impeachment vote!
>
>"american life league recently published a study that includes a
>long list of pop stars who perform at pro-abortion rallies throughout
>the country.  the list is a veritable who's who of your children's
>and grandchildren's pop heroes:  sarah mclachlin, bush, jewel,
>ani difranco, mary-chapin carpenter, pearl jam, paula cole, carrie
>newcomer, keb 'mo, bonnie raitt, jackson browne, melissa etheridge,
>shawn colvin, bruce hornsby, l7, soul asylum, sound garden,
>salt-n-pepa, indigo girls, face to face, dance hall crashers and
>red hot chili peppers ...
>
>"[one of our] interns told me about an experience at a pearl jam
>concert in which eddie veder, lead singer, encouraged the audience
>to attend his pro-choice benefit show the next night.  when the crowd
>of 25,000 went wild, the intern realized once again how alone she, a
>teen-age pro-life college student, is in the present culture."
>
>- --deal hudson, writing on "the stars don't shine" in the february
>issue of crisis

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 08:14:53 pst
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way back, when i was still in high school and living out in california,
this was one of my favorite songs.  it made me feel safe and happy and
even now reminds me of walking home after softball tryouts to sit on the
back porch in the new spring sun and warm my body (radio speakers on my
windowsill facing out of my bedroom windows to play the girls' music so
i could hear it outside).  for all the crazyness that i remember about
this time (and there was plenty), this is a really good memory.

peace,
shelley

'the great big beautiful secret is that the sequel to lost is found'
--me

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 08:17:04 pst
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is anyone else going to tonight's show at temptations?  robin?  pooh?
anyone want to help me with directions from the metra station?

:),
shel

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 14:33:26 -0500
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hkf's,

sorry for the waste of space... but has anyone recently heard from: 42nat1
[mmgst11+@pitt.edu]???  her name is melissa, and i've been trying to get in
touch with her for a while...
thanks for any help you can give me...
8-)
mike
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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 11:01:57 -0500
reply-to:     kelly fairbairn <fairbk@outpost.sage.edu>
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subject:      re: stop flooding my box/newbie boots
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on fri, 12 feb 1999, chris talbot wrote:

> hi there-
>
> kay, newbies, i realize it's an irresistable offer, but please stop flooding
> my box with tales of a friend with cancer, the end of the world, heart
> attacks, etc., trying to get a copy of one of the bootlegs.  they're gone.
> i'm a graduate student and i only have so much time on my hands, i've
> offered charity for 5, don't press me...
>
> done being pissy, peace!
> chris ii

well, hmmm....that many newbies begging, huh?  i'm feeling happy today.
(who wouldn't when it's like 55 degrees after it being so old for so long.

my list is here:

http://www.gurlpages.com/nolabel/kellfromhell/boots.html

if people would like to go here, select no more than four tapes, and
e-mail me, i will tape for a sase and blanks (1:1, of course!).  if i get
flooded, then the offer will be closed.  also, if you're on the digest,
let me know (i remember what it was like to get messages for an offer then
having them closed about two screens down the digest!).

any questions about quality, set lists, etc. please feel free to contact
me.

kelly,
of a brandy new stereo after her old one died rather unexpectedly....

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 15:27:51 est
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sissookie@aol.com wrote:

<<i turn to you all in hope that someone might know where to buy cd's from
"soul
miners daughter"

this group performed at the uncle mark benefit. i have to tell you all.. they
kick!
>>
yeah, they definitely do ;)
<a href="http://www.ubl.com/ubl/cards/031/4/10.html">ubl: soul miner's
daughter links, soul miner's </a>
try here... should get you someplace you can order from.

love,
emily

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 13:59:56 -0800
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subject:      pacific northwest (pnw) sub list  - new members??

> hello from seattle !
> the pacific northwest (pnw) listers put together a sub list of the main ig
> list about 4 years  ago.  we asked all ig listers who lived in washington,
> oregon, idaho or anywhere close by, to send in their email addresses if
> they wanted to be added to our sub list .  i compiled the list & still
> maintain it (i mean an  actual list of names, not a list serv).    i know
> for many of us here in seattle it has come in really handy - planning for
> trips to nearby states for ig concerts (and just vacations).  getting
> tickets & accommodations.  we post about local artists & their concerts -
> talk about ig & music too.  we also have many "honorary" non-pnw members
> too.  lots of folks come to visit the major cities of the pnw & they like
> to hook up with the local ig listers.  it has worked very well for a lot
> of us & many good friendships have started because of our pnw sub list.  i
> has also helped keep our local pnw news from wasting bandwidth on the main
> ig list.
>
it has been a while since i asked for new members and updated the sub list.
i wanted to ask if there are any of you pnw listers that are new to the main
ig list & want to join the pnw sub list.  if so, just drop me an email & i
will add you to our ever-growing pnw sub list.  anyone, anywhere is welcome
to join our list.  summer and concert season are right around the corner.  i
just posted some local concert news to our sub list today.  did you know
that r.e.m. are playing at bumbershoot 99 in seattle this summer?
>
i attached a tiny sample of what you can expect to see on the pnw sub list
at the end of this mail ----

> thank you my ig friends!
> lynn in seattle   :-)
>
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concert news 2/12/99
r.e.m. announced their first tour in several years, and it includes a stop
thursday sept. 2nd at bumbershoot. although the first reports were that the
date was selected to celebrate sarah moore's 29th birthday, apparently,
guitarist peter buck, who lives in seattle just really likes bumbershoot, so
they agreed to play it. details at: http://www.pollstar.com/gossipnf.htm#no1
or
http://www.livedaily.com/archive/1999/9902/wk2/r.e.m._announces_summer_u.htm
l

alanis morrisette's march 29th show at the key arena is going on sale feb.
20th at 9 a.m. her shows in yakima and portland go on sale tomorrow. details
below.

tom petty is likely to tour this summer. kjr-fm dj norm gregory's weekly
mail reports: "tom petty & the heartbreakers will be at the fillmore in san
francisco march 7-17 . . . for 10 shows. tom petty's new album, 'echo,' is
due in april . . . then maybe more touring? his email was short and to the
point: 'echo official release date is april 7, 1999. fillmore in march. u.s.
tour june. official website on the way.' " i would certainly expect to see
him come to the northwest, probably the gorge.

washington
2/13/99  9:00 am  hard knock life tour  tacoma dome  seattle  4/21/99
$27.50-$35.00 http://seattle.sidewalk.com/link/76170
2/13/99  12:00 pm  vast  crocodile caf  seattle  3/12/99  $8.00
http://seattle.sidewalk.com/link/76177
2/13/99  10:00 am  alanis morissette/garbage  yakima valley sundome  seattle
3/27/99  $29.50
2/15/99  10:00 am  champions on ice  keyarena  seattle  6/19/99  $55.00


oregon
2/13/99  9:00 am  alanis morissette  rose garden  portland  3/30/99
$23.50-$28.00
2/13/99  9:00 am  fuel  laluna  portland  3/9/99  $10.00
2/13/99  9:00 am  love and rockets  laluna  portland  3/11/99  $16.00

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 15:23:48 -0800
reply-to:     luna mook tick <luna-tick@home.com>
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hi i am looking for the copy of the lantern article that was posted.  i
deleted.  please reply to me and not the list.  thanks in advance.

hugs and hershey kisses~
luna

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 13:21:42 -0500
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on fri, 12 feb 1999, diane wong wrote:

> hello!
>
> i almost always ffwd through chickenman, fugitive, welcome me, and touch
> me fall.

        aaaacckk... more of my favorites... y'all are killing me...
        somebody please post that they can't stand language or the kiss,
wood song, secure yourself, mystery, and prince of darkness, and i can die
in peace.
        mandy


        "ah's hankerin' yo' t'do me a favo', an' it's not negotiable.
        yo' does it o' ah kill yo', yo' unnerstan'?"
                                -redneck!scully, triangle

        "no ancient greek on the bus."
                                -eilis monahan

        "speak softly and carry a big schtick."
                                -marxlennon

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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 14:47:27 -0500
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subject:      re: hey, y'all!
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and--someone's bound to lynch me over this one--i
can't stand romeo and juliet!
>>>>>>>>>>>

traitor!!!!! traitor!!!!!!!!  ig police to the rescue
<zzzzzzzooooooommmmmmm>...
you can't say that about the one and only romeo and juliet!!!!!!!!
you are under arrest, section 5.12 of the ig-faq... ("nay say thou r&j in
vain")
or at least you get a quick beating <smack!!!>

ok - now i feel better - you may continue to have an opinion about anything
else you want because this is a free country...  just remember, i won't be
so nice next time <evil laugh-hehehaaa>

8-)
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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 15:43:12 -0500
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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subject:      thanks kelly!
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many thanks to the fabulous kelly for picking up the charity!!  let's give
her a big hand!!

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hey...

cool. english people rule...
not that i'm biased or anything...

>'thursday afternoon' is an alternative title for 'color me gray' from amy's
>early solo tape. it's there in the lyrics, near the end. it's all amy's own
>work though so i don't know why emily got a credit in the copyright.
>
>i get the digest of the ig list, so please forgive me if i'm late replying
>to this and you already know this info!


no, not late. the only reply so far...

i kinda thought that might have been the case (and a lot of the tracks on
that tape are known by more than one name... at least to me...)

then my next question would be... (becaue i'm a curious soul...)
why is that the only song of that era to be registered with bmi?

i'm wondering if it actually got released by someone and that's why.

anyway... thanks for the info... 'preciate it.

peace

neil
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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 12:01:25 -0800
reply-to:     janet doe <jdoe5555@yahoo.com>
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good news!

a fellow list member has donated space so that mp3s of the following
show can be downloaded:

august 12, 1997
lilith fair
burgettstown, pa

shed your skin     (5.28mb)
get out the map    (3.77mb)
tried to be true   (2.95mb)
power of two       (4.82mb)
shame on you       (4.36mb)
galileo            (4.68mb)
chickenman         (8.39mb)
the water is wide  (4.36mb)
closer to fine     (5.11mb)

as you can see, the total show is pretty large (43.7mb), it is
128kbps/44khz stereo and i think the quality is really good.

the fan who donated the server space would like to keep the ftp
address private, and asks that you to email me if you would like to
get the address. once you receive the address please do not post it on
the web, in email lists, or to news groups.

also, please be considerate and if you are part of a group that can
easily share files, consider designating one person to download the
files and then share them instead of each person individually trying
to download them from the server. the files will be available on the
server for a week.

we are close to having another site up hopefully early next week with
some different files, if you have any server space you would like to
share please email me so that we can make more shows available.

thank you,

janet


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date:         fri, 12 feb 1999 23:35:38 -0500
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here's the latest.......
3/12    atlanta  roxy
3/13    atlanta  roxy
3/14    myrtle beach, sc  house of blues
3/16    charlotte, nc  tremont music hall
3/17    birmingham, al  five points south
3/18    panama city, fl  spinnaker-musicland show
3/19    new orleans, la  house of blues

then europe again for march/early april
..then probably usa for april...
...then possibly australia in may...(sherlyn, are you doing cartwheels??)

i also have details on the previously listed shows (next 4 week's worth).
if i can answer questions for you, email me privately.
please support shawn and band by attending a show.  some of these venues
hold over 1000 people and this is still a 'prove himself' time for shawn.
you won't be disappointed.
thanks.
cheri

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<< i just read what i posted last night, and oh-my-gawd, was i wasted!  sorry.
i
hope that y'all have read enough of my posts to see that i am usually
intelligent, or at least coherent.  my back and knees were killing me (i've
got arthritis and a connective-tissue disorder) so i loaded up on the
codeine,
and then i made no sense.  i'll try not to do that again.
freida. >>


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i just read what i posted last night, and oh-my-gawd, was i wasted!  sorry.  i
hope that y'all have read enough of my posts to see that i am usually
intelligent, or at least coherent.  my back and knees were killing me (i've
got arthritis and a connective-tissue disorder) so i loaded up on the codeine,
and then i made no sense.  i'll try not to do that again.
freida.


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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 11:10:07 est
reply-to:     lmd21@aol.com
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from:         lauren dick <lmd21@aol.com>
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america's heritage forests are at risk. these scenic, unprotected wilderness
areas provide unmatched opportunities for camping, hiking and other
recreational pursuits, valuable habitat for fish and wildlife, and abundant
supplies of clean drinking water. these forests are a natural legacy for
future generations.

but heritage forests are not permanently protected from logging, road building
and mining.

the clinton-gore administration must immediately implement a policy to
permanently protect america's heritage forests, consisting of our remaining
national forest roadless areas 1,000 acres and larger, from logging, road
construction, mining, and other damaging activities. we have a responsibility
to future generations to protect our last wild, unprotected forests.

send a postcard to the clinton-gore administration today to protect america's
heritage forests.

<a href="http://www.ourforests.org/index2.htm">send this postcard now</a>

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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 12:42:20 -0600
reply-to:     julie fiore <adia1001@juno.com>
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ok, guys -- what's with all this animosity towards gwtwotwihh?  ugh!!!!!
one of my personal fave's.  but, hey, everyone's got the
right......honestly, one song i don't think i've ever let play all the
way through is jonas and ezekiel.  for some reason, it's just never
struck me.  and , of course, airplane just about rubs me raw with all
that squealing...

back to our abnormal lives...
jules
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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 16:23:45 est
reply-to:     emistar919@aol.com
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from:         emily kropp <emistar919@aol.com>
subject:      ig at soa's benefit concert?
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hey everyone! today in the mail i recieved the soa (school of the americas)
watch update. on the front page there is a pretty good pic of amy at the mic
w\ her guitar, kinda small.

so, the soa is planning another protest in d.c. may 1-4.
may 1st: white house rally, pentagon vigil and civil disobedience
may 2nd: nonviolent cd action training
may 3&4: capitol steps vigil lobby days.

on the 1st there is also going to be a benefit concert at 8 p.m. with pete
seeger, odetta, jon fromer, and grupo morazan. it also says that indigo girls
and bonnie raitt have been invited. does anybody know anything about this?

for more info about soa, write soa watch po box 4566 washington, d.c. 20017 or
call 202-234-3440

love,
emily

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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 17:19:47 est
reply-to:     carol petricevic <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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from:         carol petricevic <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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well, its nice you mention that soa protest!!!
i was planning on going to all that becuase its right after school gets
out for me.  i want to go camping at shanandoah natl park a few days
before the protest stuff, and we can camp in the evening afterward.  i
guess its probably an hour and a half drive from dc, but the natl park
is beautiful!!
and now there may be a concert!  wow
if any one is interested in camping before and during the protest stuff,
tell me!
if there are any campgrounds closer to dc we could camp there, but i
must camp for a few days before at snp.
i've always wanted to protest in dc.
anyway...
carol

so, the soa is planning another protest in d.c. may 1-4.
may 1st: white house rally, pentagon vigil and civil disobedience
may 2nd: nonviolent cd action training
may 3&4: capitol steps vigil lobby days.

on the 1st there is also going to be a benefit concert at 8 p.m. with
pete
seeger, odetta, jon fromer, and grupo morazan. it also says that indigo
girls
and bonnie raitt have been invited. does anybody know anything about
this?


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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 17:11:03 -0800
reply-to:     dannette <vvess@yahoo.com>
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from:         dannette <vvess@yahoo.com>
subject:      nigc: kelly fairbairn
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sorry for the nigc...

kelly, i tried to reply to your email but it was returned saying that
it couldn't find your domain....could you please email me again? thanks.

dannette
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and it burns everything away.
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to save something.

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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 19:18:13 -0700
reply-to:     lance s longwell <longwell.ls@juno.com>
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from:         lance s longwell <longwell.ls@juno.com>
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kim, please contact me via private mail!!!!

lance
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date:         sat, 13 feb 1999 23:30:18 -0600
reply-to:     analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
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from:         analog kid <dragonjen@spydee.net>
subject:      sandy ng and the other mag buyer
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sandy and my other buyer, whoever you are, i've lost your addresses (and
name, in one case!)  please email me asap so i can get your mags to you.

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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 11:44:09 +0100
reply-to:     msoutto@comv.es
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from:         =?iso-8859-1?q?m=f3nica?= soutto <msoutto@comv.es>
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hi y'all!

just thought i'd let you know that dover (spanish rock band that sings
in english) is going to be at the sxsw festival in texas in march.

i strongly recomend y'all to check it out! as i think you'd like it.
specially k's choice fans!! (they have the cd's and know about them!)

if you like you can get more info from their web site.

rock on!!!


tammy & monica.
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          http://www.rockmusic.org/dover/
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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 13:11:13 est
reply-to:     tcheehill@aol.com
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from:         chee hill <tcheehill@aol.com>
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i normally don't do this, but does anyone know how i can get some info about
bands playing in la, mi, or al this week.....small, good bands!
-chee

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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 14:13:15 -0500
reply-to:     "mandy (aka the fiery little jew)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         "mandy (aka the fiery little jew)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
subject:      nigc: attention philly folks
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        hey y'all -
        sorry this is such short notice, but i only just found out about
it... the one and only caroline aiken will be playing at the germantown
arts center in fort washington (about half an hour north of center-city
philadelphia and easily accessible by public transit). tickets are $12,
and last time i checked they weren't nearly sold out. if you want more
info, the number is (215) 247-1300.
        i hope some of you can make it - if things work out i hope to see
some of you there!
        take care -
        mandy

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        yo' does it o' ah kill yo', yo' unnerstan'?"
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                                -eilis monahan

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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 14:24:04 est
reply-to:     guinione@aol.com
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from:         no name <guinione@aol.com>
subject:      nigc: wrnr - annapolis, md 2/12/99
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sorry for nigc everyone, but i have a request ....

if anyone out there may have taped commonbond live on wrnr this past friday
from 12-1pm, i would appreciate hearing from you .... i had surgery this past
wednesday and was unaware they were going to be broadcast live on damien's
diner ...

please e-mail me privately

chris

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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 14:36:51 -0500
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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from:         chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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hi all-

this is indigo related, and if it works, i'll prolly offer it to the list...

does anyone know how to convert .mp3 files to .wav files?  suggestions
welcome, even if you don't "know" how to do it.  the first person to give me
the winning tip will get a copy!!

chris ii

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date:         sun, 14 feb 1999 18:46:36 -0500
reply-to:     katie <katie@spainhour.com>
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from:         katie <katie@spainhour.com>
subject:      re: attn:  computer geeks
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on sun, 14 feb 1999, chris talbot wrote:

>> does anyone know how to convert .mp3 files to .wav files?

i use winamp to listen to and convert mp3's. in the preferences window
(ctrl-p), on the 'output' tab, just change the default output device from
your sound card (i.e. sb16 wave out) to a (silent) output to a wav file.

next time you press play, it will prompt you for a wav filename. keep in
mind that a 4 megabyte mp3 can be as large as 50 megs when uncompressed to
a wav!

katie

ps winamp is at http://www.nullsoft.com/amp

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