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date:         mon, 14 jun 1999 22:23:33 -0400
reply-to:     "karen, the 'raging' feminist" <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
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from:         "karen, the 'raging' feminist" <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
subject:      kosovo benefit cd
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hey!

when is that kosovo benefit cd due out?  i forgot.  please e-mail me
privately!

:-) karen, who is seeing ani in chicago on a week from this sunday! ;-)

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date:         mon, 14 jun 1999 23:22:36 edt
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from:         cheryl christie <cchristie@aol.com>
subject:      nigc:  ani tix for sale (los angeles)
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hi all,

sorry to waste the bandwidth, but i have just found out that i will be going
out of town and have to miss the ani difranco concert at universal
amphitheatre on saturday july 10 in los angeles.

i have two tickets for sale, pretty decent seats (7th row, center, loge
section 11).  i will sell them for face value ($30) + s&h (or if someone has
anything interesting to trade...)

first person to respond gets 'em.  if you still haven't seen her live, i
recommend you check her out-- she puts on quite a show!  :)

thanks--
cheryl

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 01:15:49 -0700
reply-to:     ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
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subject:      cris williamson/ tret fure tix for sale
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face-value of course. in seattle this sat. (19th). ends up the wife set up
something else for that day on top of something else planned so on
priorities, i need to give this a miss (does this mean my lesbian card is
revoked?)

ryan blackhawke

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 04:33:46 edt
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from:         jennifer belton <jenindgo@aol.com>
subject:      bummershoot question
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        my gf and i are really interested in attending bummershoot, but we
need info on basically everything.  never been to seattle except to change
planes a couple of time in the past.  is there a web site with info anywhere
out there?  any info would be greatly appretiated!!
        thanks~ jennifer

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 01:39:02 -0700
reply-to:     graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
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subject:      re: bummershoot question
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www.bumbershoot.com is a pretty good source for actual event
information.  i'd assume just about any search engine could point you to
many good sources for information about seattle itself.

jennifer belton wrote:
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>         my gf and i are really interested in attending bummershoot, but we
> need info on basically everything.  never been to seattle except to change
> planes a couple of time in the past.  is there a web site with info anywhere
> out there?  any info would be greatly appretiated!!

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 08:49:57 -0400
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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from:         "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
subject:      nigc - brian setzer tickets at merriweather post
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i have 2 tickets for wed, july 21 for brian setzer orchestra in
columbia, md.  i'm also driving from richmond to atlanta the next day
for the lilith weekend, so i have to give up the setzer show.  anybody
wanna buy these tickets from me?  they're good seats - right orchestra,
row l, seats 18 & 20.  total was 83.50 for both tickets.  i'll let 'em
go for $70.  email if interested.

-tara

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 09:10:01 -0400
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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from:         "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
subject:      nigc - good doggie thoughts
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sorry for the 2 in a row - but please please send me good doggie
thoughts today - my baby is in surgery... again... this time for
cruciate ligament repair in her *other* leg. ya'll did such a good job
in the fall, when this happened to the first leg, and i'm a strong
believer in positive thinking, so send those good doggie vibes to
richmond today.  thanks in advance.

-tara

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 09:14:39 -0400
reply-to:     sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu>
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from:         sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu>
subject:      ig on the radio (balt.)
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i'm in baltimore and i hear them every once in a while. last monday was a
beautiful sunny morning and i was on my way to the bank because i'd been too
lazy to deposit my pay check on friday afternoon, so i was out of the house
maybe ten minutes earlier than usual. they were taking requests on mix
106.5, and somebody called up asking for least complicated, which i have
never ever heard on the radio before. i think it was last year that they
played shame on you at least once every morning and once every
afternoon...i've never heard ig on wrnr 103.1 but its a good station
otherwise, freeform and folky: the nields, commonbond, ani...last sunday
sonia from disappear fear was a guest for part of the morning, before she
played montgomery county pride...speaking as somebody with only a radio in
her car, i would have to say that the baltimore area is not the worst place
to be stuck without a tape or a cd.
another random place? there's a station in buffalo, ny called "alice" i
think  - they play sort of a lilith fair rotation, and you can hear that
station from canada to around batavia, so the drive to my parents' home in
toronto isn't so bad.
anyway, as long as i'm actually taking up bandwith for the first time in a
while, i might as well mention that anybody who i still correspond with will
be able to reach me on this account indefinitely, since the college is
keeping me on doing archives after all my web work is done. i think i'll be
travelling for a little while during the summer if they let me go, but will
be trying to check this account as well as reinventing1@yahoo.com
sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu
reinventing1@yahoo.com

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 06:49:07 -0700
reply-to:     bonster <bonster@drizzle.com>
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subject:      re: ig on the radio (balt.)
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> another random place? there's a station in buffalo, ny called "alice" i
> think  - they play sort of a lilith fair rotation, and you can hear that
> station from canada to around batavia, so the drive to my parents' home in
> toronto isn't so bad.

yes indeedy. it's 92.9, i believe. i heard "baby don't you break..." twice
while driving to and from pittsburgh this past weekend. quite a pleasant
surprise. i guess buffalo isn't so bad after all! ;)

bon

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 14:11:10 -0400
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subject:      nigc - doggie's fine
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my beagle doggie lucy is recuperating.  her surgery went routinely they
said, so i guess that's good.  thanks to all the well-wishers!!

-tara

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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 13:42:53 -0500
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subject:      kosovo album
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i'm listening to the cd right now.  "go" is cut 11, so i haven't heard it
yet.  i notice from the liner notes, that it was recording during the
suffragette sessions on 8/26/98 in chicago.  here is a complete track listing:

the title is "no boundaries"
1.pearl jam: last kiss
2. alanis morissette: baba
3. rage against the machine : the ghost of tom joad
4. neil young: war of man
5. korn: freak on a leash
6. black sabbath: psycho man
7. bush: come down
8. ben folds five: leather jacket
9. oasis: take me away
10. sarah maclachlan: mary
11. indigo girls: go
12. the wallflowers: used to be lucky
13. jamiroquai: wolf in sheep's clothing
14. tori amos: merman
15. peter gabriel: black paintings
16. pearl jam: soldier of love
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date:         tue, 15 jun 1999 14:17:50 -0500
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subject:      notes from cuba: part 2
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part two of two 3-27-99

i had a full day today. emily, jennifer, and i went down to old havana
again. in the old cathedral area we went to the museum of colonialism. like
the museum of the revolucion, parts of the colonialism museum are also open
air. it is in an old palace type building, set up like a spanish colonial
house. the constant exposure to the elements from the open courtyard areas
takes its toll on the contents of the museum (the artifacts of the
oppressor;but we coveted them in all their splendor). i actually enjoyed
the museum of the revolucion, which housed the whole history and timeline
of fidel's revolution, much more than this one. the museum of the
revolucion was housed in the old palace which was reclaimed for the people
after the revolution. there were still bullet holes in the stairwell from
the taking of the palace. the relationship between cuba and the u.s. was
well documented from the cuban perspective & something we never get to see.
our government has been hell bent on defeating fidel and his communism for
a long time and there are many atrocities and covert activities to show for
it on display at the museum.

next on the agenda was sound check and rehearsal. no one seemed to know the
schedule so we just headed to the karl marx theater. the venue seats about
three thousand and is nice but very modest and with an eastern block vibe.
most of the government buildings have this certain look. the fancy
buildings are mostly diplomats homes and newly renovated spanish colonial
structures.

as the week progressed things are beginning to, as emily said, "shift."
artists are starting to lose sight of why we are here and are vying for
good placement in the show and many soap operas and weird dynamics reared
their heads. the program unfolds itself at sound check. they have to cut
some songs to get the show down to a realistic length. at first the song we
wrote with luis (st. elixir) was cut, but only because we lacked
assertiveness at that point. i decided that, due to the fact that we were
trying to get luis's rock band (bolsa negra) in to play the show, we should
insist on playing our song. giacomo and yosvany were instrumental in making
this happen. our song was in.

meanwhile, a question was posed as to whether the tickets were ending up in
the hands of the elite (and tourists) instead of the people. bonnie rallied
a lot of us to take a stand for the people and insist that the promise of
free admission on a first come first serve bases. as a point of
graciousness, the show was to showcase as many cuban musicians as possible
as well as to present the result of the creative collaborations. some
people who knew the ropes took advantage of this and teamed up with more
cubans just to increase their visibility in the program. ego seems to creep
into everything.

we ran the song and it went without a hitch. we decided to add barrett
martin on a second drum set. the cuban musicians learn parts so fast. for
example, yovany brought an extra keyboard player and taught him the song so
that he could be free to play saxophone. his friend learned the song almost
instantly. if the embargo is ever lifted, american musicians will be given
a run for their money. i guess the cultural embargo is lifted. but although
you can record cuban musicians, they are not allowed to make money on the
records, nor from licensing and distribution. they get paid in per diems
and a place to stay. usually you can get around this by setting up a
special account for the artist in the states. touring is especially hard.
the u.s. state dept. makes it harder by waiting till the last minute for
the special visa to go through. the american promoter takes a big risk in
booking the tour and putting up the money, they could lose everything if
the visa doesn't come through. on the other hand, some promoters get away
with making thousands and paying the cubans next to nothing with the
rationalization that its within the law.

after the rehearsal, giacomo and emily went to party given by a gay couple.
being gay is hard here, but there is a community in havana. a law was just
passed that you can be gay, but not in public...hmmm...

we went to luis and elizabeth's (his wife) mother's apartment for dinner.
elizabeth is a community doctor. she wishes she could specialize in sexual
dysfunction, but she is restricted to practicing general medicine. despite
the restrictions imposed by communism and latin machismo, elizabeth struck
me as very in tune and confident. although there is so much machismo here,
but in terms of jobs there is a certain communist equity between the sexes.
sexism manifests itself in complicated ways within the dynamics of
relationships. for instance, luis feels free to strut around in the face of
fidelity, and often sees women as sexual prey. at the same time, if this is
possible, luis respects elizabeth as a peer and for the fact that she is a
doctor.

we walked from the hotel through neighborhoods into a cuban night. we saw
once-grand homes that had been owned by the very wealthy which were turned
over to the people after the revolution, and are now often shared by
multiple families. the dilapidated state of the houses is an apt metaphor
for the revolution & through the revolution they seized autonomy, but fell
out of favor with capitalist countries and don't have any access to
materials that would maintain their infrastructure. when we passed one
housing area, a bunch of men yelled out to us laughing, "we have
everything!" the cuban sarcasm and defiance is intriguing and fun. on the
malecon, there was recently a billboard facing the curious embassy-like
office that gives the u.s. a presence in cuba which said "imperialistas! we
are not afraid of you!"

we saw a business with the sole purpose of cutting washer/dryer
combinations in half. the appliances came from russia, but only the washer
half works so people have the dryers cut off. we also saw a place that
fixes cigarette lighters. the cuban's fix everything; nothing is thrown away.

elizabeth's sister lives in an ominous ayn randian building. the lights in
the hallways were all out, because tenants take the light bulbs for their
own homes. the elevator only stops every three floors, so we made our way
through the darkness with only the dim flickering lights from old
television sets to light our way. when we got into the apartment, elizabeth
discovered that the gas had run out, so we had nothing to cook with. it was
a bummer seeing as how she had bought the food already. cubans live in a
constant wartime ration situation. still, while eliza describes the
"transitional times" (a term sometimes used since the fall of cuba's main
economic ally, russia) as negative in many ways, she then will point to the
kids laughing and playing unattended in the parks with no fear of crime.
kids are cared for well here because there is an excellent healthcare and
education system. cradle to grave policies in cuba insure that the very
young and the very old are not neglected. cubans are instilled with a sense
of community. after the hurricane in honduras so many doctors left cuba to
volunteer their services that castro passed a temporary resolution
forbidding doctors to leave the country. it's actually easier for
homemakers to travel abroad because they aren't formally connected to a job
ministry and its obligations.


we didn't think twice about the lack of food as we congregated with our new
friends. the discussion went all over the place from serious to hilarious
about music, politics, and society. the young musicians here are struggling
for freedom and acceptance of their own expression—might it be rap,
reggae, or rock. i pointed out that we struggle in the states to not lose
our folklore traditions, and that through gaining freedom of expression, we
sometimes lost sight of our traditional roots in the midst of our
rebellion. liven, the producer of bolsa negra, literally willed himself to
speak english, his eyes welling with tears as he described the purity in
his heart, his love of music, and his ambitions. the effects of the u.s.
embargo spill over onto everything and dampens a thriving arts community.
someone said its like the cubans are given the bat, the ball, and the
glove, but nowhere to play.

after "dinner" we took a cuban taxi to see yosvany's band play. there are
two taxi systems in cuba—the peso and the dollar cab. most of the peso
cabs are rickety old american cars (1950's) and are much cheaper. americans
aren't allowed to ride in the peso taxis, the drivers get heavy fines for
carrying them. we piled in to the 57 chevy anyway and tried to keep our
mouths shut—three cubans, three americans, and one guatemalan. riding
around in cuba feels like a time warp, with the old american and russian
motorcycles and cars, even the signs and souvenirs look like they are from
a time gone by.

yosvany's gig was at a remodeled sports club (or "remodelated" as yosvany
would say) & its heyday was in the 1930's. now it is a joint venture
between the cuban government and a spanish corporation. it only serves the
very wealthy & diplomats and foreigners;although i don't know how you get
rich in cuba. the contrast was absurd, going from the streets of cuba to a
palatial, exclusive club that was otherwise off-limits to our friends. the
gig was a family experience, with kids running around and yosvany's dad, a
legendary cuban folk/country star, playing percussion, singing, and
dancing. they played a mixture of cuban jazz, african, and traditional tunes.

my friends and i shared the folkloric homegrown in grimy best dressed postures

the elevator counting in bars of three cha cha cha we needed help finding
the one

3-28-99

signs at the ballgame-

xxxiii siera nacional de beisbol

deporte participativo deporte de pueblo

hombres de espiritu y cuerpo fuerte

deporte socialista cubano


cuba vs. baltimore 1999 our wallets bulge we have dollars to spend
encouraging apartheid the exchange only one better than starving them out

we know they are better they let us win sometimes

we talk in romantic terms time seems to stop the fairy dust of
pre-revolution splendor we might feel better for the moment as we
infantalize but finally our lungs burst with toxic smog our stomachs reject
the sameness our grasp of the language falters our attention to detail
catches us off guard when the dog with bleeding testicles walks by again

we are bound to lose our appetites for this art and pledge allegiance to
the cleanliness of home


3-29-99

peace and quiet at last... i never thought i could embrace an airport
yuppie fast food joint. cuba is in my head now. i am ok to go, but the
images will never leave. at the jose marti airport this morning, we stood
in one line after another paying airport taxes, going through the departure
routine, jammed into a very small space with hundreds of people. i watched
large extended families breaking down in tears as their loved ones left. i
overheard some stupid americans complaining about the incompetence of
communism but they missed the point. the lines blurred and moved slowly as
families crowded around saying good-bye. this wasn't a time for expediency.

last night i met fidel castro. after the show, we were bussed over to the
presidential palace. the bus was crowded and some were complaining of
having to stand and it taking so long. we are so spoiled. we were led into
the palace and our bags were left at the counter. the security was very
unintimidating. the artist were set aside to meet him first;which seemed
fitting somehow for this country. we approached castro one at a time and
got to spend a minute of one-on-one time with him. i was visibly shaking
and my eyes teared up as i introduced myself. i know that this man has
participated in his share of violence in the name of the revolution, but
his ideals (a "man of the people") seemed to overshadow the reality of
war;this i have to ponder. i feel the same way about che;a man who was
dedicated to fighting the brutalities of imperialism but who also got lost
in his own machismo and violence. the zapatistas seem to be the purest
movement that i have been exposed to. i think of ingrid washinawatok who
recently was kidnapped and killed in colombia, south america, and one
reason to meet fidel is in her memory. but how disillusioning that a women
who fought for the people and sympathized with the marxist vision would
herself be killed by leftist guerrillas. this is the mix up of war. giacomo
decided not to meet fidel because he had been touched too closely by his
wars. fidel funded the left-wing guerrilla movement in guatemala and the
u.s. government funded the corrupt right-wing guatemalan government army.
so many people were caught up in the middle. i told fidel that i
appreciated what he stands for and that i would go home with a bigger
heart, then i kissed his hand...hmmm...i don't know what got into me, and i
don't even remember his response. he had a peaceful demeanor and struck me
as an old spirit who had been through a lot and sometimes may have lost his
way. he was very otherworldly yet human.

the reception afterwards was lavish by cuban standards but not the gluttony
we are used to. the palace is very mod and communist in its decor with
large dark rock formations inside and big white globe lights hanging from
the ceiling. emily and i left early and played guitar on the steps of the
palace;this would never happen in d.c.

the concert was a mixed experience, like everything else. there was some
posturing but i tried to ignore it and take in the last hours with my new
cuban friends. since we could hardly speak to each other, we just kept
saying "hola" and "como esta" and hugging;i love my new friends. i met a
cuban teenager in the lobby who was a big fan. he had heard only one song
of ours;"fugitive";off of some argentinean cd sampler. i was flattered and
excited that he had heard of us. i promised to send some music over to him
via guatemala. one thing i noticed about the show reflected back to our
late night discussions with luis and company was that the audience didn't
know what to make of the harder-edged rock and rap, but loved the softer
pop, blues, and traditional cuban music. the younger kids do have to go
against the tide to express themselves. the older generation may fear
americanization of their music, but much of the cuban jazz is also hybrid
from pre-revolution days. another highlight of the show was when me'shell
introduced me to assata shakur;an ex-political prisoner of the u.s. living
in exile in cuba. it was a massive honor to meet such a dedicated and
self-sacrificing civil rights activist.


we swear that we will remember promising god everything but we go through
customs and open our big fat impatient mouths.

a.r.


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i should mention that i got the notes from cuba from the daemon records
website.  the exact url is:
<http://www.daemonrecords.com/beta/about/aamy.html>
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if anyone out there didn't know this already michelle is coming out with
a new cd sometime at the end of this summer. they have the option of
pre-ordering and with that you can get a t-shirt along with the cd for
only $25. now for any of you that really have heard what michelle is
about you know how exciting it is to have her come out with a new cd. i
have heard that the new tracks are phenomenal and yes there is a track
on the new cd with one of our very own indigo girls. so the point of all
of this is that not only is it a good deal and you will be getting a
great cd and a cool t-shirt but it also helps michelle with the cost of
finishing up the album which is extremely important so please please
please please pre-order as soon as possible at  www.michellemalone.com
and support michelle.

thanks
wally

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on tues.  6/15/99, spinsker@goucher.edu (sarah pinsker) writes:
>... a station in buffalo, ny called "alice" i think  - they play sort of a
lilith fair rotation, and you can hear that station from canada to around
batavia, so the drive to my parents' home in toronto isn't so bad.

and bonster@drizzle.com (bonster) also writes:
>>yes indeedy. it's 92.9, i believe. i heard "baby don't you break..." twice
>while driving to and from pittsburgh this past weekend. quite a pleasant
>surprise. i guess buffalo isn't so bad after all! ;)

whoa, all these pro buffalo thoughts, i think i am going to faint....too bad
it took this long for word to get out, what we born and bred buffalonians
have always known!!   it's *not* so bad, after all!
we could use a sabres win tonight, please wish us luck!!

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hi. i just listened to no boundaries, and found out that go was recorded in
the 2nd show in chicago. for those who were there, ( i was in the first
show), do you remember who sang the 2nd verse? jean smith, jane siberry?

great recording, but i think i like the version on the 9:30 club boot better.
(maybe it's because i'm more used to it??)

peace
dorothy

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> show), do you remember who sang the 2nd verse? jean smith, jane siberry?

the second verse is sung by thalia thalia thalia.  :d

she *always* did the second verse.  strange that she's not mentioned anywhere in
the credits.  stranger yet...why *are* jane and jean (mentioned that is)?  i
mean...besides the obvious...

m

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                    --cherr'e moraga
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             lo que nunca pas- por sus labios

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tech."  --ls

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subject:      buffalo.....the secret's in the sauce......
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fyi.......

buffalo is also home to an extremely diverse assemblage of artists and
musicians........

during last weekend's allentown art fest music fest at nietzsche's, festival
visitors were treated to a musical buffet consisting of some of the area's
finest bands and solo artists, for a mere $2.00 per day.....

saturday's lineup included michael meldrum and friends (a varied group of
acoustic performers) at 2pm; ethyl (an all-woman rock/blues band) at 3pm;
oui 73 (a funky jam band) at 4; the tom stahl band (a very dylanesque
singer-songwriter) at 5; redheaded stepchild (an engaging country/blues band
fronted by the voice and saxophone of kathryn koch) at 6; the redgills (a
jammin' band with a definite greatful dead influence at 7; the hard -rockin'
dollywatchers at 8........and a separate late show saturday night featuring
johny vegas........

sunday's menu featured tim baldwin and friends (singer-songwriters dominic
mangone, lea prentiss, katie miller and myself) at 2pm; the fibs (funky mix
of r&b, reggae and rock 'n' roll) at 3; alison pipitone and the cash cows
with a great rockin' set at 4; emile latimer and abundance with a set of
world beat music at 5; mccarthyism (alternative rock) at 6; the tails (if
this were the 60's they would be the beatles) at 7; scary chicken
(alternative) at 8; sweatin' like nixon at 9; and los tacos locos (chicano
rock) at 10........

it's the people, not the place.......

peace,
tim

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>
>whoa, all these pro buffalo thoughts, i think i am going to faint....too
bad
>it took this long for word to get out, what we born and bred buffalonians
>have always known!!   it's *not* so bad, after all!
>we could use a sabres win tonight, please wish us luck!!
>

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since a lot of people asked me privately, i thought i'd might as well post
my mini-review.  these are my impressions after listening to the cd twic.

i'd call the cd uneven.  i don't care for some of the tracks, but that's
just me.  there is more than one good track, though.  personally i like
both the pearl jam tracks, the neil young track, bush, oasis, sarah, ig
(duh?) wallflowers and peter gabriel.  the rest range from annoying to
unlistenable.
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i'd call the cd uneven.
>>>>>>

not to post a "me too!", but i think uneven is a good word and is probably
something this release was striving for - or they were glad they had the
different musical genres coming together for a single purpose.  i mean, korn
and indigo girls aren't going to sing the water is wide together anytime
soon, but after thinking about it, i think it's great that pj has the
gumption to put such a diverse lineup on the cd.  i'm gonna get it today -
need to raise my hands high!!!!

so my favorite korn song (can't write the k backwards) is i'm blind.  all
their stuff has some killer bass.  so what's yours...? (hehe-j/k j/k j/k j/k
j/k j/k j/k j/k j/k)  anyway - i'm a little biased b/c if pearl jam released
a song of cussin' & ranting & yelling i probably buy it anyway even if it
sounds like crapola... (errrr.... actually i did that already... hehe -
can't even mention the name of it here)  (ps: maybe eddie read the fact that
amy thought yield was one of her ten favorite albums of 1998?!)

i'll stop now!
happy june!
8-)
a+e+pj=?
mkc

"well this is the northwest meets the southeast and we're d*mn glad to be
here"-9/1/98-eddie-lakewood amp.

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hey y'all,

are there any canadian friends on the list with a copy of the buffy finale,
which was aired north of the border?  i would love to trade an ig concert
video for it.

thanks in advance,

pam

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hey all,
remember last april when the indigo girls played the slam! benefit concert
in nyc??? leslie nuchow was the woman who started it all and also opened for
the girls that night. leslie's career is really taking off and she is now in
the running to win the lilith fair online contest for a chance to play at
lilith fair at the new world music theatre in tinley park, illinois on august
19.
you can help leslie win this contest by voting for her online... i am posting
the guidelines below. the contest ends august 1st.
also, if you want to listen to leslie's music, you can check out her new
website at
http://members.tripod.com/slammusic/. this site offers several options of
downloading music from leslie's current cd tenderland.
i should also mention the tori/
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account with them (one account per email address, one vote per account). this
is free and takes only a minute.  the address to register is:

http://sharehouse.xoom.com/lilith.php3

after you have registered, you can cast your vote for leslie.  the song
entered in the contest is "bruise" (track 1 on the tenderland cd).  you can
go to directly vote for this song without listening by visiting the below
address:

http://sharehouse.xoom.com/votereg.php3?urlfilename=bruise.mp3&id=1259&
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problems with this process please feel free to email your questions to
dmslammer@aol.com for help.

also, 3 of leslie's songs have been converted to mp3 and are up on the mp3
website.  leslie's songs can be found at
http://www.mp3.com/leslienuchow/
help leslie climb the mp3 charts by downloading and listening to these
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songs!!!
(there are several options for how to listen to them at the site).

more news flashes!!!!!

leslie has made the final cut to be the opening act for the alanis
morissette/tori amos  5 1/2 week tour this summer!!!!!!  our fingers, toes
and various other body parts are crossed every which way...if anybody has any
"ins" over at maverick records, feel free to mention leslie and how she would
be just purrfecct for this gig!

there is so much going on here over at slam! records....if you'd like to find
out more about us, please check us out at: www.slammusic.com
and.... a new leslie website, for her musician-self will be up and running
within the next 2 weeks! (we'll keep you posted)

slam!3  is - a -comin'!  keep on the lookout late this fall/ early winter

slam! records will be releasing it's second project!! more on who/what that
is next time. big, yummy secret!

leslie will be writing away this summer in prep for her second release this
fall!

leslie will be performing at all the california pride festivals this
summer...as well as at some other festivals and events. check out the web
page, call us: 718-783-7420 or email us at slammusic@aol.com if you want more
info.

um...so very much more, but letting every cat out of the bag isn't quite as
much fun.

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sorry for the long email guys... the computer sent before i had a chance to
edit... pesky little things...
anyhow, let's support leslie and her music!!!! any friend of the girls is a
friend of ours!

peace,
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hey all,
remember last april when the indigo girls played the slam! benefit concert
in nyc??? leslie nuchow was the woman who started it all and also opened for
the girls that night. leslie's career is really taking off and she is now in
the running to win the lilith fair online contest for a chance to play at
lilith fair at the new world music theatre in tinley park, illinois on august
19.
you can help leslie win this contest by voting for her online... i am posting
the guidelines below. the contest ends august 1st.
also, if you want to listen to leslie's music, you can check out her new
website at
http://members.tripod.com/slammusic/. this site offers several options of
downloading music from leslie's current cd tenderland.
i should also mention the tori/
---------------------------------------------------------------
xoom sharehouse is hosting the contest.  first, you will need to register an
account with them (one account per email address, one vote per account). this
is free and takes only a minute.  the address to register is:

http://sharehouse.xoom.com/lilith.php3

after you have registered, you can cast your vote for leslie.  the song
entered in the contest is "bruise" (track 1 on the tenderland cd).  you can
go to directly vote for this song without listening by visiting the below
address:

http://sharehouse.xoom.com/votereg.php3?urlfilename=bruise.mp3&id=1259&
---------------------------------------------------------------
some have found registering and voting a bit tricky. if you experience any
problems with this process please feel free to email your questions to
dmslammer@aol.com for help.

also, 3 of leslie's songs have been converted to mp3 and are up on the mp3
website.  leslie's songs can be found at
http://www.mp3.com/leslienuchow/
help leslie climb the mp3 charts by downloading and listening to these
songs!!!
(there are several options for how to listen to them at the site).

more news flashes!!!!!

leslie has made the final cut to be the opening act for the alanis
morissette/tori amos  5 1/2 week tour this summer!!!!!!  our fingers, toes
and various other body parts are crossed every which way...if anybody has any
"ins" over at maverick records, feel free to mention leslie and how she would
be just purrfecct for this gig!

there is so much going on here over at slam! records....if you'd like to find
out more about us, please check us out at: www.slammusic.com
and.... a new leslie website, for her musician-self will be up and running
within the next 2 weeks! (we'll keep you posted)

slam!3  is - a -comin'!  keep on the lookout late this fall/ early winter

slam! records will be releasing it's second project!! more on who/what that
is next time. big, yummy secret!

leslie will be writing away this summer in prep for her second release this
fall!

leslie will be performing at all the california pride festivals this
summer...as well as at some other festivals and events. check out the web
page, call us: 718-783-7420 or email us at slammusic@aol.com if you want more
info.

um...so very much more, but letting every cat out of the bag isn't quite as
much fun.


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i am fairly new to atlanta, and i am looking for a roommate or a room in a
house to live in around mid - end july.  if anyone knows of a friend or has a
room available i would love to hear from you.  i'm 24, professional female.
please help :)

thanks
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hey, guys and gals:
   i was suprised to see no one has yet to comment on sarah's faboo new
live cd -- go now!!!!  get it today!!!  take out a new morgage if you
have to, just make this cd part of your collections!!!!  seriously, i've
listened to nothing else (except my roomies b*tching) since 10am
yesterday.  thoroughly enjoyable.  i promise you'll love it -- do what
you have to do is absolutely spellbinding.  made me all teary.  gosh,
iove this woman!!!!!!!!!

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reply-to:     bean@neu.edu
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re:  mirrorball - sarah's latest

don't neil young and emmylou harris have cds out by this name?  or
similarly titled ones?

elaine

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hey y'all!  does anyone have an extra ticket or two to the july 23rd
lilith in atlanta?  i just found out i'll be off work, and i'd like to go.
reply privately if you can help.  thanks!

susan
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hi. i'm trying to track down a recording of "roll the dice" (one of the
songs performed at most of the suffragette sessions shows last summer).
who sings this, and where can i find the cd?

thanks! :)

love,
amy

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date:         wed, 16 jun 1999 13:59:25 -0700
reply-to:     sunny <sunnyig@yahoo.com>
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yay!!  i just got tix today for the spac concert on
august 9!!!  *jumping up and down*  im am thoroughly
excited - and im at work - haha - people think im nuts
- but yall know where im coming from...heehee...anyhoo
- does anyone know the web site for spac?  and do yall
know who's opening??  sorry if its already been
discussed....any help would be appreciated!

thanks in advance...!!!

sunny - who just cant sit still!

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date:         wed, 16 jun 1999 19:29:22 -0400
reply-to:     sarah brady <sbrady1@email.unc.edu>
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one more survey....any listees who ordered the lilith cds 2 & 3 along
w/lilith tickets for this summer...is anyone else still waiting for their
tickets?? im starting to get nervous/antsy and id like to know im not the
only one ticketless...

please respond privately
thanks,
sarah

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  _#_   i will turn my anger into energy. when i am negative, i will be
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/ o \  and then i will be positive. and i will not be complacent. and i
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date:         wed, 16 jun 1999 19:03:52 -0500
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hey all,

        i know that this has been posted before, but i have misplaced it.
        could some helpful listee send me the lyrics to go?

        thanks so much!
        jules

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in a message dated 6/16/1999 1:17:33 pm central daylight time, bean@neu.edu
writes:

<< don't neil young and emmylou harris have cds out by this name?  or
similarly titled ones? >>

neil's "mirrorball" is the album he did with pearl jam (hi mike c :) as his
backup band.  i don't know of any emmylou albums called "mirrorball," but her
next to last album was called "wrecking ball" (which neil young sang on,
btw).  maybe that's the one you're thinking of?

peace!

joan :-d

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hey everyone!  does anybody know anything about gina forsythe?  where can i
find information or dates on the web? does she still live in new orleans?
where in new orleans would i be most likely to find her?  i saw her there
last summer and was blown away... i'm going back to louisiana next week and
would like to catch a few of her shows, if possible.

also, if any inhabitants of new orleans have some live music suggestions,
like for instance where to find it, let me know :-)

loooove,
emily

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some shows, for the georgians.

>sonia tetlow info line - http://bigsun.wbs.net/homepages/s/o/n/soniatetlow/
>
>friday, june 18
>dottie's
>sonia and the band kick it with belloluna and salamander tales
>show starts at 10pm
>
>saturday, june 19,
>macon pride (macon, ga)
>heading down to middle georgia to rock "out" :) at the macon pride
>festival...come out come out where ever you are...the festival is from
>10-5, and we play at 2pm

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 11:38:43 -0400
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hey, y'all......

my friend pamela ryder's self-produced cd is finally available!!!!

i met pamela at an open mic at nietzsche's in buffalo about 4 years
ago.......we established an instant bond of friendship and mutual admiration
for each other's talents, and we've shared dozens of gigs over the past
several years.......

pamela has a voice that must be heard to be believed.......tremendous vocal
range and a theatrical presentation style that allows her to really live
within her songs......and a very unique guitar style that complements her
work beautifully.......

the songs:

1)  walkin' song...............an uptempo song directed to an ex-lover that
has always been a big crowd-pleaser
2)  what i mean..............pamela's intricate guitar work introduces a
great assertive personal anthem
3)  sex song......................an unbelievably intense
work.......breathtaking in its beauty
4)  patient brain..............a beautifully atmospheric song of
soul-searching that builds on waves of emotion
5)  stand beside...............another amazing performance
6)  charmed and harmed........"revenge could taste so sweet".......i guest
on harmonica on this one
7)  have a good time..............a crowd favorite that pamela often uses to
close her shows
8)  california song...................an autobiographical track.......i
guest on psychedelic lead guitar
9)  on me............................pamela's gorgeous double-tracked
harmonies take this track to the stratosphere
10) never had a boyfriend....a feminist anthem with just the right touch of
humor

cd's are available from pamela for $10.00 plus $2,00 for
shipping.....contact me for details.......

i am currently working on putting together an show that will feature pamela
and other local and regional women singer-songwriters on saturday, july 3 at
nietzsche's.......i should have full details by this weekend.....

peace,
tim

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just thought you might like to know that there are some tickets to the
lilith fair in atlanta on 7/23 for auction on ebay.  the current price is
$202.50 for two tickets.  here's the url:

<http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=117580623>
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hkf's,

if manage to only get lawn tix's and are bummed about that - here's what i
do at lakewood.  on the left hand side facing the stage (near main entrance
& little stage) go to the doors closest to the front (where it takes you to
the 100's sections) but don't go through that door because they check
tickets there of course. (it's a big entrance)  what you'll see to the right
of that entrance is a whole bunch of closed doors on sort of a handicap ramp
- section 206 & 207 are where the handicap sections are.  they looked locked
- or they at least look like you're not supposed to go there...  but hey,
we're just lost trying to get back to our seats, right?

anyway, all you have to do is open that door - don't pay attention to the
ticket people on your left (that main lower entrance) and go on through.
once you get in make a quick right (don't go left because they will check
for tix's right there too.  basically going through those doors puts you
right at the first few rows of the 200's section (upper reserved) (and more
specificly - sec. 207, row aa).  you don't want to make a left b/c that's
where the aisle between the 200 & 100 sections is and they always have
people checking tix's there.  you can easily sneak down to that reserved
section (200's sections) but there's really no way to sneak down to the
lower section (100's).  (and don't try b/c you'll have to go back to lawn if
they catch you)  and if anyone asks for your tix's i always say my friend
has it at my seat - and i just point back somewhere cause as long as you're
going back & not forward they don't care.

and since this advice comes with a money back guarantee - if it doesn't work
- you can get any tape off my list...  and if you get tossed, then you must
have p*ssed off somebody because i always just act dumb & nice to get out of
anything at concerts.

anyway,
hope this helps and sorry for the length if this doesn't help you...
(and can anyone hear the mission impossible theme song right now, or is that
just me - hehe)
8-)
see ya then!!!
a+e=ig

(ps: any atlanta list-meet being planned?)

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 11:21:32 -0700
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hey y'all,

just a quick note to let everyone know that neither kristen or i can be
reached at our old address any longer.  any questions concerning the
fundraiser should now be sent to me at ggohn@email.women.com.  we're
slated to be on the road with lilith fair from july 9th-25th.  inquiries
that are mailed during that time will be answered as quickly as possible
once we reach our final destination.
if there's been any brainstorming going on out there, i want to strongly
encourage anyone who'd like to get a head start to okay regional
fundraising ideas through me, and then post to the list.  even though
we're not accepting most donations until a month from now, its never too
early to start organizing.
i'd also like to take this opportunity to make a big public shout out to
seattle listee ryan blackheart, who (a little prematurely, but we're not
complaining:)  has already donated $450 worth of her time, money &
merchandise, and has brought the pacific northwest into the lead by that
amount.
while i'm at it, everyone should know about the tireless amount of
support that amy, emily, russell carter management, and the folks out at
epic records have given us during the ongoing planning stages of this
drive.  megwich everyone.

raise hell.
-greta

"as non-indians, we cannot sit by silently and watch the continued
destruction of native communities. this is more than just another
environmental cause. the basic issues of human rights, justice and our
own survival are ultimately at stake.
...that is why we are asking you to join with us and help us build the
honor the earth campaign by sharing your talent, skill, time and
resources.  the reward to you will be immeasurable.

  on behalf of the earth and her people,

                   amy and emily"

my apologies if there is a repeat of this message sent in a couple of
days.  i made the mistake of mailing the original post though the email
that isn't signed on to the list, so i assume its now going through the
screening process.  get your delete fingers ready.

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 16:11:29 -0400
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i was actually a little annoyed when i saw these up for auction on ebay.  sounds
more like a scalper to me.  if you bought a pair of tickets you could no longer
use, why would you auction them off instead of selling them outright?  and why
would you set the starting price at the face value of the tickets - like you
deserve to make a profit off of your own mistake?  unless someone out there is
really desperate, don't buy these tickets.

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 16:30:43 -0400
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unless someone out there is really desperate, don't buy these tickets.
>>>>>>>

amen to that!  just want to say - please use all of your intimate strangers
- or go to your other lists, ani, ferrick, melissa e, korn (hehe),
whatever...  i'm sure someone with extras would certainly get rid of them
for face...  never make a profit like those scalpers do...  trade tapes,
sell tix's, whatever - the music is what's important...  most of the summer
venues are so big there has to be extras floating around...  you just need
to get early to the lots & look...  8-o

sorry for the soapbox - just had to add my 'me too' of the day (and i'm
going for the posting record in one month...  how am i doing...?)

that's all-
good luck-
see ya under the stars & in the music...
8-)
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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 16:43:30 -0500
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hi! i just heard galileo on the radio (kllc 97.3 in san francisco) and am
soooo blissing out here at work. but it's been ages since i've heard them
on the radio. even at college, the student station only played them
rarely, and then only closer to fine during the flashback cafe lunch-hour,
or shame on you once every couple of months. i haven't heard galileo on
the air for a long time....except for the day before graduation in
denny's, but that's another story... *grin*

sorry, i'm a little loopy today...


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winner of the atlanta lilith fair talent search - doria roberts will be
playing for free at the virgina highlands star bucks from 8 - 10 tomorrow -
friday, june 18.  the star bucks is right next to the ben & jerry's ice cream
shoppe, so come out have some tasty ice cream and/or great coffee and heare
some great music.

and just in case you can't make it...

doria will be playing tonight, thursday, june 17 at smith's olde bar with
singer/songwriter jeffery butts (formerly of shock lobo) doors open at 9.

and

she'll also be playing at eddie's attic on sunday, june 20 in the writer's in
the round.  show starts at 8.

don't miss your chance to see this great and very talented artist.

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i'm just wondering...  why people are talking about buying scalped tickets
and high-priced tickets on ebay, when according to the ticketmonster site,
there are still reserved seats left for both shows?  is there something i'm
not aware of?  i can understand buying top-notch seats from a scalper, but
buying regular seats just seems unecessary, since you can get them for $52
plus "convenience fees" through the normal channels.

on another note, anyone going to the july 24th show?  i will be there and i
would love to meet fellow listees.

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 23:44:27 edt
reply-to:     moongayzin@aol.com
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i'm looking for an amy  (last name ??)  who's screen name was
mystcwoman....if your still on this list...i tried e-mailing you, but aol
said nobody with this name existed...i'm not sure if you changed names or
providers.  e-mail me privately if your still out there.  thanks
trish

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date:         fri, 18 jun 1999 00:07:51 -0400
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hey all.  i have an extra ticket to
ani difranco at the mann in philly for
friday, june 18 at 8pm.
section:  circle, right center
row:  e
seat:  42

email me if interested.
jamik@adelphia.net
jami@xpedite.com

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date:         thu, 17 jun 1999 21:34:02 pdt
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hi y'all,

it is grandly amazing to be temporarily(8 days) not have access to email and
then come back to read over 200 messages from the main list and egroups
list/&rose p. list.  some really great stuff--thanks sheryl for posting the
amy diary.

it was a long road trip (4 days) to harrisburg, pennsylvania, but my dad and
i made it.  about halfway through the trip, i put in nomads*indians*saints
on my portable cd player and discovered how much travelling music is in it.
it was weird because later that morning, we pass by a sign that says,
"watershed", and i happily grin to myself, and fastforward the cd to the
song.  it feels remarkably freeing to be away from southern california.
like both my allergies and tensions were left there(smog-induced--maybe?).

if amy or emily called me up today, and asked what i have done for others in
need of late, probably the only selfless thing i've done this past half-year
was donate plasma voluntarily at a bloodbank two weeks ago.

one last thing, i am so excited to be a part of indigo history, since i was
at that suffragette session on august 26, 1998 at park west, in chicago!
woohoo!

happy indigo thoughts, dreams, and yeah--here's to indigo girls' music under
the summer moon,
diane =)


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date:         fri, 18 jun 1999 05:26:10 -0700
reply-to:     lisa ann <listadd@yahoo.com>
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from:         lisa ann <listadd@yahoo.com>
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--- julie fiore <adia1001@juno.com> wrote:
> hey, guys and gals:
>    i was suprised to see no one has yet to comment
> on sarah's faboo new
> live cd -- go now!!!!  get it today!!!

i just bought it last night, and it is fabulous.  i wanted to tell
everyone that if you have a best buy in your area, buy the cd there,
cause it comes as two cds, the second one with three extra songs: wait,
mary, and ice.  the sticker on the outside of the cd said that the
extra songs were a best buy exclusive, so just wanted to make everyone
aware.  enjoy.
lisa
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date:         fri, 18 jun 1999 09:08:31 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
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hkf's,

for all my posting to the list lately and all my soapbox-ing as well and the
fact that a & e and all their new songs are just around the corner (and to
celebrate my new website!) - i'd like to offer up a some tapes for as many
people as i can handle.  (i'll take some digesters too - include that digest
number thingy.) (and if you don't have web access and are interested - let
me know)  so please check this link below, and then go to my tapelist - and
then scroll down to indigo girls.  and if you see something else you like -
ask me about it and that's fine too.  b&p - or possibly some trades.

http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigo.html

hopefully, we can encourage more trading on the list - and maybe this summer
we might even have some of those new songs on tape circulating!

ps: (igc)  the neil young is a solo acoustic show - i'm not sure where you
get setlists for him (i can tell you - it's in my car) - but on it you can
hear cortez the killer & down by the river - which are, imho, amazing!!!  he
the master when it comes to that stuff!

anyway,
have a happy weekend everybody - (don't forget to get somebody a card!)
8-)
mkc
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date:         fri, 18 jun 1999 07:52:56 -0700
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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from:         "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
subject:      june 1999 issue of performing songwriter mag...
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is a salute to independents!

ani difranco is the main cover story, but there is also
an interview with amy about daemon records.  other
articles include jonatha brooke, arlo guthrie, alison
brown, jane siberry and others.

i havent read it yet..just got it in the mail
(i published some ani photos! yea!) but wanted to get the
word out.  if it isnt on newsstands yet, it should be
in the next few days.

happy friday!

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--- julie fiore <adia1001@juno.com> wrote:
> hey, guys and gals:
>    i was suprised to see no one has yet to comment
> on sarah's faboo new
> live cd -- go now!!!!  get it today!!!


i actually think mirrorball was a disappointment.  i mean, does sarah ever
talk at her shows...i'm remembering that she did the two times i saw her
live.  compared to something like 1200 curfews or ani's living in clip,
mirrorball just seems like a big let-down.  it's like she's stretching all
hell out of the songs from fumbling and surfacing, repackaging them over and
over, when even the live versions are all the same.  no banter with the
audience, no departure from stock performances, no fun.  i don't think it
allows her personality to come through, and i'm tired of these same songs
over and over for the past...what is it? six years???  if you want a really
good sarah cd, pay the extra money for rarities, b-sides.  it's got a better
song selection and better live versions.  it's worth it just for dear god
date: wed, 30 jun 1999 14:29:02 +0000
from: "l-soft list server at netspace.org (1.8d)" <listserv@netspace.org>
subject:      file: "indigo-girls log9906c"
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alone.  and what's this about a 2-cd mirrorball?  mine only had 14 songs.
have i been jipped?

-anna (one of the many)

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in a message dated 6/18/99 4:35:55 am, arle@hotmail.com wrote:

<<
one last thing, i am so excited to be a part of indigo history, since i was
at that suffragette session on august 26, 1998 at park west, in chicago!
woohoo!
>>

okay, i wasn't even going to post about this and now i'm being even sillier
and doing a 'me too' post, but meeee toooooo!
(perhaps my excitement level says something about the quality of my life at
the moment!)

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on fri, 18 jun 1999, anna decicco wrote:

> i actually think mirrorball was a disappointment.  i mean, does sarah ever
> talk at her shows...i'm remembering that she did the two times i saw her
> live.  compared to something like 1200 curfews or ani's living in clip,
> mirrorball just seems like a big let-down.

   as much as i love sarah, she's not a trailblazer like a&e or ani.  so
doing bizarre bluesy covers of classic rock songs isn't her thing.
   still, though - i find her live stuff much better executed than the
recorded stuff (much like a&e, and ani).  mirrorball was great for me - i
haven't been able to afford to get all of her albums, but mirrorball is
kinda a greatest hits and live compilation in one.  much like harry
chapin: greatest stories live, or cheap trick: live at budokan - who needs
the studio albums when you got those?
   my one gripe about mirrorball is the cut of possession.  i've seen
sarah thrice now, and the last two times times the band ripped through
this huge hard rockin' arrangement - we were going nuts for her guitarist,
and she let him have an extended solo at the rochester show a year ago
last spring.  to me, the studio/mirrorball cuts are pretty, well...not
desperate enough - and the acoustic version is just sedate!

   darius

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in a message dated 6/18/1999 1:08:08 pm central daylight time,
nannerland@aol.com writes:

<< it's like she's stretching all
hell out of the songs from fumbling and surfacing, repackaging them over and
over, when even the live versions are all the same. >>

maybe she learned that from garth brooks, the guru of repackaging old
material over and over again and making millions from it... <g>

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date:         sat, 19 jun 1999 01:35:38 -0400
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subject:      artvoice review of pamela ryder's cd, "soulryder" (nigc, nccc)
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hey, y'all......

pamela is totally blown away by the responses she has received.......

pamela will definitely be appearing at nietzsche's in buffalo on saturday,
july 3 along with katie miller, aerin tedesco, kathy moriarty. mari
anderson, and several others tba.......

here is another view of her talents......


ryding into the soul of pamela ryder
by joe foegen
artvoice, vol 10, no 20
may 20-26, 1999

pamela ryder's unique and versatile style of singing is combined with catchy
melodies to create an honest and pure cd entitled "soulryder."

"soulryder" is a collection of delicate acoustic rhythms and soulful
melodies driven by pamela ryder's full-bodied voice.  her dynamic
fluctuations tastefully complement her vocal melodies and smooth tempo
changes.  as might be expected, this creates rich textured pieces of music.
the addition of vocal harmonies on the cd brings out the colorful voice of
pamela ryder and accentuates her range as a vocalist.

>from the percussive pick-strumming on 'patient brain' to the free-flowing
chords in 'what i mean,' ryder has developed a respectable guitar style, and
she incorporates insightful lyrics with her strong melodies.

'walkin' song' is reminiscent of the way janis joplin would sing...a slow,
gradual buildup to a blistering finish.  with vocal slurs and a powerful
vibrato, ryder delicately maneuvers around chord structures.

the strength of ryder's voice is quite unbelievable, and her talent as a
songwriter shines in songs like 'california song,' a soft, retrospective
piece with tim baldwin on electric guitar.  the song evokes the feeling of
being lost in a place where you feel that you don't belong.  it is a song
about finding yourself through trial and error, and realizing that a change
of scenery isn't always the answer.  there's always something moving about
lyrics that are so evidently emotional and personal.

pamela ryder is a songwriter from the heart, and her lyrics are passionate.

a songwriter is powerful when they can make you feel things through their
music, and that's what pamela ryder does!

* * * * * * * * * * *
peace,
tim

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date:         sat, 19 jun 1999 02:15:07 edt
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well it was beautiful to ride home from my girlfriends house to baby dont you
break my heart slow, by vonda shepard, sung with emily saliers.  wzyp here in
decatur/huntsville alabama is the last place i'd expect to hear it,  you
know, too many backstreet songs to air.  oh.  and ricky martin.  goo!  but my
friend said she'd heard it the other day, so i called and requested and sure
enough!  it's a beautiful thing, ya'll.  so call your local radio station,
even if their music sucks, and get these two hero's on the radio!
nite,
trooper (-:
"all lies and jest, still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards
the rest" ~paul simon

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date:         sat, 19 jun 1999 13:42:34 +0100
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it finally happened!!!!! :-) :-) :-)......

this morning, whilst listening to wave 105.2 (local radio station), they
played "beautiful stranger" by madonna (one of my favourite tunes at the
moment, so i turned it up loud......),  and i kept it up loud for the
next record.....

and then.....

i heard the first few seconds, and i just knew it was baby, don't you
break my heart slow......... *grinning still at the thought of it*.....

anyway, they played the whole song, then the dj said it was by vonda
shepard - no mention of emily....

ah, well --- it's a small step at least......

john.

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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 10:27:24 +1000
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hey folks,

just an fyi... i picked up "no boundaries: a benefit for the
kosovar refugees" yesterday.  the australian version has 18
tracks on it (the us version only has 16).  the extra tracks
are big runga's "lonely lola cherry cola girl" and jebediah's
"trapdoor".  other than that, the tracklist looks to be the
same.  so now you know...

:)
sherlyn
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hey all!!

i was at my local blockbuster tonight when my
girlfriend spotted a copy of ig watershed:10 years of
underground video for sale.  i already own a copy but
i couldnt let it go unpurchased.  so...to make a long
story short. i am offering this copy to anyone who
wants it: heres the deal though.. i will give it to ya
for cost ($5.00 and then 2 for shipping) or if you
have an offer you would like to make of some kind of
trade then thats cool.  i am looking for boots or
anything really indigo girls (shirts,hats, posters,
etc). so thats the deal.  email me at
clsrtofine@yahoo.com

;)
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hey folks,
i just lucked into the "warm up" seattle show to kick off a summer tour of
ann and nancy wilson ( heart, lovemongers) and i just thought i'd pass
the info along...they are doing an acoustic tour, just the two of them, and
they are really in top form. ann conitinues to have one of the finest voices
around !!

the show reminded me a lot of a certain georgian duo... a plethora of
guitars and the ability to make two people sound like a full band.
a good mix of old and new songs....dog & butterfly, crazy on you
barracuda....city is burning and even it up (to name a few) ...
covered elton john ( mona lisas and madhatters) and
closed with a led zeppelin tune ( heavy on mandolins don't know the title)
they will be on leno on the 22nd :)

see them if you get a chance, you wont regret it !!!!

tour dates :  http://www.annandnancy.com/whatsnew.htm

wow !
next up : cibo matto on the 23rd !
happy concert season
woo hoo !
later !
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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 12:22:32 -0400
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subject:      a great night of music by women singer-songwriters in
              buffalo.....july 3, 1999  (nigc, nccc)
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saturday, july 3, 1999 @ 9:00 pm
@ nietzsche's
248 allen st
buffalo  ny
(716) 886-8539

i have had the extreme pleasure of working with a good number of extremely
talented women in the past several years.......it began with pamela ryder,
katie miller, and myself playing to a handful of folks on an occasional
sunday night at nietzsche's and gradually took wing......last year's show
featured pamela ryder, katie miller, aerin tedesco, leah zicari, paddy
kilrain, tina crapsi, lea (prentiss), and anatara......

the july 3 show should be another great night of music.......the lineup
resently includes the following artists:

pamela ryder............(her songs are musical passion plays; her voice,
incomparable)

katie miller..............(influenced by suzanne vega and joni mitchell, but
a unique artist in her own right.....her cd debut is targeted for a fall
release)

kathy moriarty........(former lead singer of planet 9 and a wonderfully
ethereal songwriter......in her alto range, her voice is very reminiscent of
k.d. lang)

aerin tedesco...........(her tenor guitar adds a unique touch to her mix of
folk, rock and pop sensibilities)

mari anderson..........(a very literate and meticulous songwriter, somewhat
reminiscent of mcc)

leah zicari...............(one of buffalo's premiere women songwriters,
currently working on her long-awaited cd)

i have extended invitations to several other artists as well..........

the lineup should be finalized within a few days......

peace,
tim

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hi guys.  how is everything out there in netspace land?
here's some info on danielle's latest tour.  if anyone sees her in san
diego, take a camera.  having grown up in the '80's, i'm dying to see a
rocking casbah.

oh, hey, if anyone has any info on any music internships (i.e. helping at
small labels, clubs, etc.) please let me know privately.  i know this list
has connections.

smooch all.
jill

>hey all!!
>
>here are some new dates for danielle howle , touring now in support of her
>new acoustic record on kill rock stars, "catalog"
>
>june 18 boulder co. fox theater w/ blue mountain
>june 19 salt lake city ut, liquid joes w/ those bastard souls
>june 21 seattle, wa crocodile cafe w/ tbs
>june 22 portland, or satyricon, w/tbs and black heart procession
>june 24 san francisco, ca bottom of the hill
>june 25 los angelos ca the troubadour
>june 26 san diego, ca casbah
>july 7  nashville,tn the sutler
>july 23 new york, ny cb's 313 gallery(digital club fest.)
>july 24 alexandria, va birchmere w/ kelly willis

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http://www.msnbc.com/news/282001.asp

the man who exposed the lie of the teletubbies is at it again. see how this
contortionist can stick both feet in his mouth at the same time.


ryan blackhawke
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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 16:46:15 -0400
reply-to:     havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
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subject:      re: falwell goes after lilith
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falwell is an opportunist and a fading icon who will stop an nothing to
present his distorted views......

although his spiels may play well to his own audience, i seriously doubt
that they are likely to win him any new converts among rational folks......

peace,
tim

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date: sunday, june 20, 1999 3:56 pm
subject: falwell goes after lilith


>http://www.msnbc.com/news/282001.asp
>
>the man who exposed the lie of the teletubbies is at it again. see how this
>contortionist can stick both feet in his mouth at the same time.
>
>
>ryan blackhawke
>owner - fremont hemp co.
>3526 fremont pl. n. seattle wa
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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 22:35:00 +0100
reply-to:     john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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well, it looks like falwell has been going after that budweiser ad that was
mentioned a while back on the list. for anybody who's curious, here is the full
article from a uk paper called "the guardian" - swearword and all.......

he who hates bud is none the wiser

the reverend jerry falwell has finally gone out of his mind. or, worse still,
into it. the sef-appointed leader of the dwindling moral majority mad an asshole
of himself by insisting that tinky winky the teletubby was gay. all that
particular crusade did was to bring "out" falwell's own gay cousin into the
open.

then there was falwell's insistence that the antichrist was alive and well - and
jewish. newsweek columinist joe stein duly admitted his true identity, ready to
usher in his 1000 - year reign of darkness.

but who could have guessed budweiser beer would be falwell's next target? a
righteous tirade is unleashed against the latest advert for america's favourite
brew. to falwell, it presents the public with "bud-drinking homosexual men in a
hand-holding posture". actually, neither man is drinking beer, but they are
holding hands. the poster, thunders falwell, threatens "the judeo-christian
standards on which the nation was founded", leaving america, presumably,
spritually legless.

the anheuser-busch brewery of st louis has responded by setting up a hotline for
callers defending the poster, and has signed up as "proud sponsor of the st
louis gay pridefest 1999". jerry, it's miller time.

(written by ed vuilliamy, and published on 13th june 1999)
--------------

hoping to avoid sounding like a teacher, class, discuss......

john.

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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 18:02:48 edt
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this guy gives christians and religion a bad name.  he only comes up with
this stuff for the attention and to cause controversy.  people like him don't
do any good for the state of morals in this country, if they are so bad as he
makes them out to be.

"my life is part of the global life, i find myself becoming more immobile."
tina

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date:         sun, 20 jun 1999 12:54:08 -0700
reply-to:     carolyn <underdog@earthlink.net>
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i have a number of indigo girls (and friends) t-shirts and sweatshirts i
have accumulated over the years, that i would now like to give away to
people willing to make a minimum donation to honor the earth. everything is
on the honor system, all i ask is that you  mail your donation directly to
honor the earth, and on the same day mail me stamps (stamps only, no money)
that i can use to send the shirt of your choice to you via priority mail
(usa $3.20 for t-shirts and $5 for sweatshirts). please remember that as
your donation is going directly to honor the earth, and the amounts listed
are the minimum to qualify for the shirts, you can always donate more to
this worthy cause. if you are not familiar with honor the earth, check out
their website at www.honorearth.com.

for more information, including scans of the shirts, please go to this address:

http://home.earthlink.net/~underdog/tshirts/tshirts.html

thanks for checking out the shirts and for helping support a great cause.

carolyn

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i'm having trouble going to this site, can somebody do the copy and paste
thing and send me the article?

thanks!
emily

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can he possibly be taking himself seriously? i mean, he couldn't be more
comical if he tried!  roflmao!
freida

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from: michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
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date: sunday, june 20, 1999 7:04 pm
subject: [indigogirls] re: falwell goes after lilith


>michal wrote:

>throughout the ages, strong and independent women have been
>burnt at the stake as witches - not surprising the "original" would be
called a
>demoness - and what better time than now to reject that utterly).  but why
is
>this controversial?  what - every woman partaking in the fair is suddenly a
>demoness?  is he gonna call em all devil worshippers?  i mean, what kind of
a
>lame and unintelligent attempt is this at starting a scandal?  even the
enquirer
>would be ashamed!
>
>it's just dumb.  <shrug>
>
it's all about $$$$$$........every time falwell makes one of his ridiculous
pronouncements, the amen corner coughs up plenty........this type of
fundamentalism, whatever it's trappings, thrives on creating an 'us versus
them' mentality and a 'holier than thou' attitude.......

to us, it is dumb.....but in falwell's world it makes perfect sense.......

in relation to the budweiser commercial, michal wrote:
>
>what is interesting, however, is that this relates to an article i just
read
>about the connection between homosexuality/lesbianism and gender roles.
the
>paper theorizes that "lesbians and gay men, to the extent that they choose
to
>build same-sex relationships based on mutuality and respect, relationships
which
>result from gender polarisation, are seen as a threat to male supremacy
because
>they challenge the social constructions assigned to the definitions "male"
and
>"female.""
>
>cuz if you think about it, who cares if two guys hold hands?  i mean, girls
do
>it all the time, and they don't necessarily get called lesbians just for
that.
>but for guys it's an infringement on their gender role, their definition
within
>the hierarchical social structure, to hold hands - and as such is seen as a
>threat to the structure as a whole.  which is why such an otherwise
innocuous
>poster can be viewed as subversive.
>
it is interesting to contemplate why a person who is secure in his/her own
sexuality would feel threatened by a display of affection between same-sex
partners........interestingly enough, among my peer group of musicians, male
and female, it is a common practice to greet each other with an affectionate
hug......a practice which seems to have the residual benefit of deterring
the more violent elements of society from patronizing the
establishment.......

peace,
tim

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i knew something was up when i boarded my plane for houston and my mom
was like, "did you know lilith fair was named after a demon?" i was like,
"whatever, it's not like some underground satanic worship fair" and she
said "but it makes me worry about who named it"

sometimes i wonder why she always blindly believes the baptist
fundamentalists even when they are making generalizations about her own
children's lifestyles.  i hope i am making sense. going to sleep now.

amber

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june 22 (77)
kas28024@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu (kim shaver)
"i think we dream so we don't have to be apart so long.
if we're in each other's dreams, we can play together all night."
-calvin and hobbes

june 23
nyka95@aol.com (mary)

june 25 (78)
ablipman@asa.upenn.edu (andi)
"the prize is always worth the rocky ride

june 25, 1974
chee (tcheehill@aol.com)
"lick my legs, i'm on fire"

june 26 ('77)
ae-johnson@nwu.edu (amanda johnson)

june 27
gflame@nwu.edu (greg flamer)
(i thought amy's birthday was in april...silly me! ;)


love and indigo dreams,
audra
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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 10:08:32 -0400
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hi,

i just thought you may be interested to gnow that there is a pic of the
indigo girls (w/ david dye of the world cafe) on the world cafe's website.
it can be found at http://www.worldcafe.org

:-) karen

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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 10:49:33 -0400
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hey kind friends...
on rosie this morning, singer amanda marshall was on. she was discussing
how she chose the name for her new album...apparently last time she was on
rosie, she let the audience decide between "tuesday's child" or "shades of
gray".  (tuesdays child won)
i mention it because im wondering if anyone else notices the early-ig
theme...

:)
or maybe im just obsessing and reading too much into it..??

peace-
sarah.


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

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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 12:37:30 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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as you'll recall, amy did an interview with seattle radio station kmtt a
couple of weeks ago.  the interview is now available via real audio.
here's the url:

http://www.kmtt.com/nonframes/mmusiclow/realaudio.shtml

enjoy!
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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 13:22:36 -0500
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are you interested in meeting other people on a list, bboard or newsgroup
related to ig?  if you're going to saratoga and/or stanhope i'm trying to
work something else.  just email me with your name, seat # and, if you
like, where you are staying.  i'll make a master list and maybe we can come
up with something.  i'm real excited that i may get the opportunity to meet
some of you.
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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 11:15:11 -0600
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yes, yes, i know we're not supposed to talk about amy and emily's
personal lives.  this e-mail is more about my friend than emily, so i
feel it's acceptable.  so i'm visiting my parents in colorado right now
and a friend of family was over for dinner.  her name is gail.  anyway,
she brought her husband (chris) and kids over to visit.

we're sitting around the dinner table talking about music and both chris
and i expressed a love for folk.  we talked about gillian welch, dar,
ani, etc. (but no ig....i don't consider them to be folk).  but then
chris drops the bombshell of the evening and talked a lot about his
college studies (he's a couple of undergrad degrees and is also a dvm).
so we're talking about his schooling and he starts talking about emory.
i'm like...hey, i bet you didn't have prof. sailors.  he's like...."i got
one better, not only did i have him, but i also dated his daughter."  i'm
thinking to myself...there's no way emily was that confused that she'd
date *this* guy.  but then i remember emily had sisters.  he tells me, he
used to date elizabeth for several years.  they broke it off because they
moved to geographically apart (chairs moved out west to get himself a
ranch).

but we got to talking and he used to know emily real well when ig was
starting out.  he used to go to their shows at the hideout (he couldn't
remember, but thought it was hideout, hideaway or something like that).
emily started asking him to tape the shows for them....so chris has a big
box (which his wife is unhappy about...she doesn't like ig) of tapes of
their very earliest shows.

then, it gets even better.  thirteen years ago, emily got this dog named
alex....a golden retriever.  now, golden retrievers usually have a very
mild disposition, but not this one.  after 4 months with the dog, she
decided she needed to give it up.  so she gave it to chris.  my friend
has got emily's dog!!!  it was a wise choice, because chris is no a
veterinarian.

unfortunately, chris didn't like their last album and so he's moving away
from ig.  knowing i'm a huge fan, it looks like we're going to work out a
deal of some stuff.  but i told chris that one of emily's sisters passed
away last year (was it last year or early this year).  anyway, since he
knows the family, he'd like to get back in touch with them.  does anyone
remember which sister of emily's passed away?  thanks!  i know chris
would appreciate this!


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hello all!

just wanted to brag about my good fortune a bit!  i haven't heard the song
that vonda & emily do as a duet... i've heard some of vonda's stuff, though,
and really liked it.  anyway, tonight i swung by a little local music store (seems
the focus of their stuff is heavy metal/hard rock/rap type stuff...) and as i was
browsing thru the stacks i happened across the promo single for "baby, don't
you break my heart slow"... still unopened... and marked down from $4.00
to $2.00!  i just know that don r is gonna be green with envy over that one!
(hey don!)

also, i found what appears to be a boot on cd of ani difranco called
"introspective" with live tracks recorded at the university theatre, calgary, ab
jan 19, 1995 and one track recorded at the ed sullivan theatre, nyc, ny
mar 27, 1998!  anyone know anything about this recording?  i'd not heard of
it before...

dunno... sometimes spending hours looking thru the stacks really pays off when
you find little gems such as these!

just sharing...
return to your regularly scheduled programing...

twink!

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