lifeblood: listlogs: 1999-06d


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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 21:45:53 -0400
reply-to:     heather rosenberg <heather@rosenbergcpa.com>
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subject:      extra lilith ticket
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hey kind friends,
i happen to have an extra lilth fair ticket for july 23rd in atlanta.  it is
a lawn seat.  i am selling it for the price that i paid, which was $42.  if
anyone is intersted please let me know.  i really must get rid of this
ticket.

heather

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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 21:54:17 -0400
reply-to:     lesley stubbs <lstubbs@inforamp.net>
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hey

another indigo/marshall criss-cross type thing:

the first cut on the first amanda marshall recording: let it rain.
written by the ex-guitar tech kristen hall.
... so there!

lesley

>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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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 22:03:18 edt
reply-to:     oyster toadfish <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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subject:      nigc: nice petition and stuff
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there's a campaign in us & canada for alloting 2 minutes an hour for
messages promoting human rights etc. the stations would have to run these
etc....
http://www.adbusters.org/campaigns/media-carta.html
sounds interesting...

carol

"you ask me 'am i crazy for playing the cello,'
why do you not ask if they are crazy for shelling sarajevo?"
     -vedran smailovic, when asked by a cnn reporter,
           as he was playing dressed in full evening
           wear on the streets of sarajevo during shelling


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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 22:36:18 edt
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from:         tricia mcleod <moongayzin@aol.com>
subject:      please help..looking for..
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i'm trying to find a woman named susan b. marine, who use to be on this
list...and i'm told she is on the news only list...i'm trying to find
information about new hampshire and i believe she lives out that way
according to someone's reply to one of my earlier posts.  could someone on
the news only list forward this message to the list...or if they know her,
then directly to her...this is really important...and would appreciate
anyone's help...thank you!
peace -- trish

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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 22:58:17 -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:      fawell article
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i am as well having trouble accessing the fawell article.  can someone
please please e-mail me a copy?

thanks!

:-) karen

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routinely puts you down."
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"they preach that i should save the world;
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"the heart and the mind on a parallel course
never the two shall meet."
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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 23:27:03 edt
reply-to:     oyster toadfish <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
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subject:      ooooh...lf falwell thing/what kind of banjos do they play?
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hee, it makes me happy when the daily show makes fun of falwell!
and they used pics of sarah & ig....:)
usually they'd pick someone else i'd think...i dunno....like sheryl crow or
something....any hoo.....
just thought i'd babble....
also, does anyone know waht kind of banjo's ig uses?  or types anyway?
i know emily plays...but does amy play too?  or does she usually get the
mandolin or something?
i dunno anyway....
are they open back or closed?   5 string?
hmmmm
carol


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date:         mon, 21 jun 1999 23:26:18 -0400
reply-to:     havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
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from:         havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
subject:      re: falwell article

i have the article in text form if anyone else has had trouble accessing the
website......

peace,
tim

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from: karen, the 'raging' feminist <s00.krosenblum@wittenberg.edu>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: monday, june 21, 1999 10:58 pm
subject: fawell article


>i am as well having trouble accessing the fawell article.  can someone
>please please e-mail me a copy?
>
>thanks!
>
>:-) karen
>
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>"never cook for or sleep with anyone who
>routinely puts you down."
>        --naomi wolf
>"they preach that i should save the world;
>they pray that i won't do a better job of it."
>        --dar williams
>"the heart and the mind on a parallel course
>never the two shall meet."
>        --indigo girls (es)
>~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>http://userpages.wittenberg.edu/s00.krosenblum
>
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date:         tue, 22 jun 1999 00:05:35 -0400
reply-to:     nancy golumbia <nancyg2@sas.upenn.edu>
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subject:      waterloo
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thanks to all who sent me info re waterloo village.  my partner and i
just bought tickets to see the show - anyone else driving from phila?

nancy

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date:         tue, 22 jun 1999 05:13:55 pdt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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from:         diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
subject:      nigc-free tix to anoushka shankar in l.a.
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hey, this is nigc - but a free concert in the los angeles area, so i'm
offering the pass to anyone on the list in the so cal area who wants it.
just email me back this week, and i'll give you the details.  if there is
more than one person who responds to this email, i'll do a random drawing on
friday, june 25, 1999 after work hours.

diane

here's a little bit about the artist from the website:

the extremely talented 16 year old anoushka shankar, who has studied under
her father for the last seven years and in 1995, at the age of 13, made her
professional debut in new delhi, india. since then she has assisted her
father at major concert halls in india, europe, united states, asia and the
far east. anoushka is the only student of ravi shankar to study under his
tutelage from the absolute beginning, starting with how to hold the sitar.
trained also in classical piano, ms. shankar is developing her own unique
sound by studying the masterful style of her father.in march she accompanied
him in a performance of his concerto no. 1 for sitar and orchestra with the
london syphony orchestra conducted by zubin mehta, in celebration of the
50th anniversary of the independence of india. critics worldwide acknowledge
the gifts of this rising star and hail her as the obvious successor to the
great tradition of her father.

from: "ryan, jennifer" <ryanje@fairchildpub.com>
subject: jane winner!
date: mon, 21 jun 1999 11:19:16 -0400

congratulations!  you have been selected from our jane's world entrants to
win a pass for two to see anoushka shankar perform in los angeles on june
24th, at 7 p.m., sponsored by evian natural spring water.  the following are
the details:

who:            sitar artist anoushka shankar, brought to you by
                evian natural spring water and jane

what:   a cool event with cocktails and live music

when:   thursday, june 24, 7 p.m.

where:          garden of eden
                7080 hollywood boulevard (at la brea)

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date:         tue, 22 jun 1999 08:36:54 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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from:         sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
subject:      support this daemon artist!
x-to:         cooper@onelist.com, rose-p@onelist.com, indigo_girls@onelist.com,
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  daemon records announce - http://www.daemonrecords.com

  hey daemonites,

  we have a rare opportunity to get daemon recording artist ph balance on
  mtv. we submitted a video for the song "soothing" to mtv for a contest for
  indie labels and artists. the voting will take place on firday at mtv
  online and they will show the winning videos on saturday at noon eastern
  time 11 am central. so we are asking you to go to:

  http://www.mtv.com/sendme.tin?page=/mtv/music/flying_indie/

  and vote for ph balnce's "soothing" on friday. you can watch a portion of
  the video on our site http://www.daemonrecords.com/beta/phbalance/ph.html
  .go daemon!!

  love

  the stimulator
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date:         tue, 22 jun 1999 16:03:54 +0100
reply-to:     john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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well, after reading the falwell / lilith article (thanks to tim for
sending it to me, btw), i just can't help thinking of jerry.... trying
so hard not to let his personal attitudes mix with his religous beliefs,
but failing every single time......

john.

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date:         tue, 22 jun 1999 23:15:35 edt
reply-to:     atlmouse@aol.com
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from:         robin fouse <atlmouse@aol.com>
subject:      mp3 ?
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ok...so i'm the last one to load an mp3 player....

now...where do i find mp3 files???

anyone feel like tutoring me???

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 18:21:59 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
subject:      fw: a newly started ig discussion
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hey folks,

this was posted to the newsgroup... i don't know anything
about this but there is a forum there but it might
interest some of you...

happy happy,
sherlyn

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from: "caleb" <caleb_dana@hotmail.com>
newsgroups: alt.music.indigo-girls
subject: a newly started ig discussion
date: tue, 22 jun 1999 16:53:19 -0800

hey all... just wanted to point you to a new site that's got great
discussions on everything under the sun, including the indigo girls.

a friend of mine works there, and i know they're looking for new users, and
they're giving away stuff in a contest if you register. obviously, it isn't
going to circumvent the newsgroup here, but it might be fun...

you can find the discussion at:
http://www.realdiscussions.com

in the music section, under "artists"

looking forward to maybe seeing some of you there!

-caleb

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 18:24:39 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

this was sent to the news-only list...

-sherlyn

===
>date: tue, 22 jun 1999 22:48:33 +0200
>to: ig-news@smoe.org
>from: cj <rockrose@wxs.nl>
>subject: [ig-news] ig sale
>
>
>hi,
>
>i am going to sell my indigo girls collection. there is more to come. these
>4 cds i want to sell in one sale, they are listed at ebay (www.ebay.com).
>the auction starts at $ 25.00. besides losing interest in their music for
>several reasons, one being that it is hard to keep feeling the music when
>you never get the chance to see and hear them live, this is my chance do my
>small bit of good and i will donate the money (minus my costs) to
>motherhood. a dutch (yeah yeah i am dutch) foundation dedicated to help
>children in warzones. we already do this with dahx (xena club), so i know
>they do good work.
>
>indigo girls - starter kit - limited edition (a 28551) cd
>1. galileo
>2. welcome me
>3. least complicated
>4. three hits
>5. ghost
>6. kid fears
>7. closer to fine
>
>indigo girls - watershed (esk 2284) cd single
>1. watershed
>2. watershed (live austin, texas 1990)
>3. all along the watchtower (from live at the uptown lounge)
>
>indigo girls - three hits (esk 4864) cd single
>1. three hits
>2. galileo
>3. joking
>4. ghost
>5. jonas & ezikial
>
>tracks 2 - 5 live tracks
>
>indigo girls - galileo (epc 658040 2)
>1. galileo
>2. excerpts from the epic release rites of passage
>a. ghost
>b. joking
>c. love will come to you
>d. jonas & ezekial
>3. kid fears
>
>used, but in good condition.
>
>cj
>

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 13:19:21 +0200
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      late birthday announcement!!
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share some of the birthday wishes for the group this week with:

june 27
lauren (jeunechou@aol.com)
"i was a fuzzy brown bear cub"


have a happy one...i'll be in nyc for pride celebrating *heh*

love,
audra
bge

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 07:24:08 -0400
reply-to:     ohsusanna@sugar-river.net
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from:         susan marine <ohsusanna@sugar-river.net>
subject:      yup im here
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trici sez:
>
>i'm trying to find a woman named susan b. marine, who use to be on this
>list...

whoa! whatever it is, i didn't do it, encourage it, or stir it up, nor did
i post 5 by 7 nude pictures of any of you on any bbs located in new south
wales, i swear!

ahem

it;'s true, im here, and since we're playing hide and go seek, can anyone
tell me the whereabouts these days of either 1) sundara murphy (claire, you
still here?) or 2) susan and jocie from atlanta?

thanky muchly

the suster

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 08:56:36 -0600
reply-to:     abatson@ttacs.ttu.edu
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from:         amber batson <abatson@ttacs.ttu.edu>
subject:      mary chapin carpenter concert
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hi,
i am in houston and i think i might have an extra mary cc concert ticket
if anyone is interested.  it is thursday night at 8.
amber

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 11:40:28 -0400
reply-to:     tracy hart <thart@acpub.duke.edu>
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from:         tracy hart <thart@acpub.duke.edu>
subject:      nigc: jonatha brooke
in-reply-to:  <199906230001.uaa03219@jeter.acpub.duke.edu>
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perhaps some kind soul can answer these questions:


1) is there a jonatha brooke mailing list?

2) how do you pronounce "jonatha"? is it jon-uh-thuh or juh-na-thuh?


please email me privately, for the sake of the those listfolk who really
don't care about jonatha brooke. thanks!

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you can do quite a bit with language.

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date:         wed, 23 jun 1999 11:16:46 -0500
reply-to:     amy swenson <aswenson@students.uiuc.edu>
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from:         amy swenson <aswenson@students.uiuc.edu>
subject:      indigo girls in literature
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now this is a topic i haven't seen discussed yet. i was wondering if
anyone has seen references (overt or otherwise) to ig in novels or short
stories or even poetry. i've got two examples: in wally lamb's i know this
much is true, the ex-wife of the narrator has an indigo girls cassette in
her truck. :) the other mention i've seen was in glimmer train stories (a
lit mag) last spring - one of the prize winning stories had a narrator who
was complaining because his wife or girlfriend (i can't remember which)
listened to a pair of female singers who did a cover of uncle john's band.

i thought both this references were very interesting, because the women's
listening to the girls was intended as a means of characterizing them in
the eyes of the narrators. positively, in lamb's case, and negatively in
the short story. of course, as a ig obsessed fan, it instantly put me on
the "side" of the women, but i'm wondering what the average reader would
think. what sort of stereotypes (good and bad) would the average reader
project onto a character who likes the indigo girls?

any thoughts?

and yes, i do have too much time on my hands right now! thanks for asking!
*grin*

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on wed, 23 jun 1999, amy swenson wrote:

> now this is a topic i haven't seen discussed yet. i was wondering if
> anyone has seen references (overt or otherwise) to ig in novels or short
> stories or even poetry. i've got two examples: in wally lamb's i know this
> much is true, the ex-wife of the narrator has an indigo girls cassette in
> her truck. :) the other mention i've seen was in glimmer train stories (a
> lit mag) last spring - one of the prize winning stories had a narrator who
> was complaining because his wife or girlfriend (i can't remember which)
> listened to a pair of female singers who did a cover of uncle john's band.

ig was mentioned in the antelope wife by louise erdich.  i don't remember
the exact passage, but perhaps someone else can help me out?

wonderful book from what i remember...i think amy even recommended it.

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i know it is not literature...but dont forget the
indiglo girls on south park......tee hee

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hey all

sorry that i have been lurking for a while but i have
been dealing with a few health problems....i have
missed jumping into the discussions, but this has
really gotten me down lately physically and i have not
been able to do much except read a few of the
posts....i am very excited about the new album and
cant wait to see what our musical geniuses come up
with....the jerry fawell thing is so stupid...does he
not realize that he is the greatest marketing ploy
those people he speaks out against have...have you
noticed that the teletubbies sales have almost doubled
since then....hmmmmm makes me wonder if he has stock
in these companies....his speaking out against lilith
will only make it all the more popular with all of
those teenage rebels out there....so hey, sticks and
stones may break my bones but bad press will always
boost our ratings.....

any hoo...i just wanted to let a few people know that
i am still alive...(kelly small---email me and i will
let you know what is going on)....and to say hey!!!


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hey gang,

just a couple of updates about the personal fundraising side of this
drive.... a number of you have contacted me regarding canvassing,
tabling & such in your communities once the whole thing starts on
july25th.  in my first post, i mentioned that we'd send out a package of
information to help you get set up.  here's the news on that front:
full packets will be sent from headquarters on the 18th of july. ...in
the meantime we'd be happy to mail out a sample kit with copies of our
last few newsletters, so that you're able to bone up on the info.  what
i need (from everyone who's interested in receiving a kit) is a quick
note that includes your snail mail addy, and also lets me know whether
or not you're planning on selling merchandise during your tabling
opportunities (or in whatever canvassing scheme you choose to embark
on).  the literature is free of course.  if you do choose to sell
merchandise though, there are a couple of different things i need to let
you know about ordering.

first off, there are three items:
1.  honor1
a double disk compilation cd including artists such as the indigo girls
(in their only recorded songwriting collaboration), bonnie raitt, toad
the wet sprocket, soul asylum, ulali, keith secola, jane sibberi,
victoria williams and many more.  the wholesale price is $8.50, and it
retails from anywhere in between $15-20...your choice.  there is a
purchase minimum of 12.

b.   hte commemorative 1997 tour poster (with the indigo girls)
wholesale is $3.00; retail $5-10

c.   hte native women poster by betty laduke
wholesale is $5.00; retail $8-15

daemon still handles all of our cd distribution, so any orders for that
item need to go through them (they will also mail out on the 18th).  get
in touch with me first, and i'll let them know to expect your order.
we're not making a profit by selling these wholesale, so the donations
that you receive will be a huge help.  the retail prices listed are by
donation (unless you're a small business owner), so you can fix your own
price if you'd rather (as long as it isn't under what we've marked), and
anything more that you can get people to put towards the cause will be
greatly appreciated.  all contributions that you raise will be entered
in both your personal and regional totals.

again, for those of you who are interested, there is no obligation for
you to purchase anything. you can collect donations with your free
literature, or go door to door or whatever you'd like.  i just wanted to
get the information out there.  drop me a line at ggohn@email.women.com
and let me know what your plan of action is.

thanks y'all.
-greta

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mentioned in "madder rose" by stephen king ( i *still* say he walked by my
dorm room one too many times freshman year.)

say a prayer for mr. king, he is still in intensive care, ironically down
the street from my apartment. one of  the coolest images i remember was the
last time i saw dylan, he was in the row in front of me yelling the lyrics
of rainy day woman 12 & 35...

peace -
mike r.

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concerning ig in short stories....my wife is writing uber-fiction, and
she's writing ig into it.  well, two of their songs.

if anyone is interested in becoming a beta reader for her, please let me
know.

peace,
- jen mek

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oops!  i meant, i will hold the drawing tomorrow morning at 630am est in
order to give the digest people a chance at the tix, if there is more than
one person that wants to go.

diane - arle@hotmail.com <-- reply to this address, hotmail isn't working
right now, that's why i am sending this from my aol address.

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oops!  if there is more than one person who wants the free tickets to
thursday night's performance, 6/24/99, then i will hold a drawing tomorrow
morning, 630am est.

diane - arle@hotmail.com <-- please reply to this address.  somehow, my
hotmail isn't working right now.

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hi y'all and barb and twink!

twink! said:

>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...

you'd be utterly aghast at how many bootleg cds there are of ani's
concerts out there.  i have three or four myself (i lost count), and just

last week in iowa city, i could have purchased three more.  i didn't.
my conservative side won out.  well, my credit card was screeming,
"no!  no!  please, please spare meeeeeeeee!"

i have introspective, and if you remember, twink!, i offered copies to
all of you around the columbus lilith fair timeframe last year.
that's when rick said he'd do them.  remember???   it's very very
good.  i'd recommend getting it if you have the bucks.

at any rate, the best bootleg of ani i've heard so far is called
"folk hero", a concert in osaka, japan.  lots of nice dialogue, as she
tries to communicate with people who probably understand her
every word.  very cute.  i didn't buy it, but i can order it and/or pick
it
up whenever i'm ready.  the same goes for y'all.  ask your
independent music store if they carry or would order bootleg
cds for you.  many will.  they have distributors for that stuff.

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hello folks,

haven't posted in a while.  boy you know the good
girls haven't been on tv for a while when you get
excited over their little heads in the corner of a
graphic while jon stewart is making fun of them.
(tell me i'm not the only one who instantly checked
the tv listings for daily show repeats.)

anyway, i know a lot of folks have been posting bout
hearing baby don't you break my heart slow on the
radio, but i don't remember if anyone mentioned the
video.  i was flippin channels monday nite, waiting
for leno to come on (delayed by the mnba game), and
caught the ending of vonda's video on vh1.  there was
someone with a little too much eye shadow swaying
behind the piano, but when i tried to get closer to
the tv i accidentally kneeled on the remote and *poof*
the tv went off and by the time i got it back on there
were only scenes of vonda and some guy.  anyway, i
think that was the hallowed emily in the background
(but don't hold me to that) and i've been trying to
catch every video vh1 airs since (which isn't too hard
considering they only show videos late at night and
early in the morning).  anyway, if anyone's seen that
video and knows it's not emily let me know so i don't
have to lose too much more sleep waiting for it.

take care y'all,
lori ann (anxiously awaiting the package in the mail
that contains the new luscious jackson album)

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well, no indigo, but rita mae brown(e?) does mention melissa ethridge in one
of her books.....

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well, y'all.....
i don't know when i'm going to get it finished...give me a couple of years...
but ig will appear in my novel, tangle, in dialogue centered around personal
spirituality.  i promise. so everyone on the list will have to buy it. if i
ever finish it. if you all live that long.
freida

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::: emerges from lurkdom :::

there is an indigo girls reference in jaqueline michard's (forgive the
spelling) the most wanted  just in what types of music to which one of the
characters listens. it's a great book.. if anyone is interested.  she's also
the writer of the deep end of the ocean.

much love,

joanne

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hi all,

just stepping out of lurkdom long enough to comment on the documentary
that i just finished watching on pbs.  it was done by the aclu.  i think
it was called "after stonewall".  don't quote me on that though.  if
anyone knows the real name of the documentary, i would love to know what
it is so i can buy it.

the ig content comes in this- there were scenes from the viseo "joking"
and shots of ig during a past rally at washington dc.  i believe they
were singing finlandia.  they showed several shots of the crowd.  there
were some people with tears in their eyes while the girls were singing.

i have to admit that lately i haven't cared for much of the new stuff
that ig has been doing.  it has been a long time since i pulled out my ig
cd's.  after seeing this documentary and seeing those people, feeling the
chills go down my spine when i heard amy and emily sing accapella, it all
came back to me.

the documentary was truly amazing.  i highly recommend it to anyone gay
or straight that is interested in seeing a great history on the continued
struggle for gay rights.

thanks,
allison

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hi,

i just checked pbs's website and the show was called after stonewall.  it
didn't see it for sale on their website, but i will check amazon and a
couple of other places.

smiles,
allison

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hey all!

if ya get a chance, check out the new issue of performing songwriter
magazine.  this month they have a special issue all about indie artists and
they interview amy, ani, jane, and many others we all seem to enjoy.  the
pictures of amy in her office are too cool! below is the web address to the
magazine and the sample text form the article about amy.  to read the full
interview, go to b&n as i know they have ps.  i am not a great typist so i
wont be typing the whole article and this is a wonder full magazine, so ya
all should go out and support it!

enough for now!  babs

http://www.performingsongwriter.com/
<a href="http://www.performingsongwriter.com/pages/framecur.html">amy link!
</a>

amy ray: daemon records by russell hall
***coppied without permission***

   when it comes to big label record deals, you can take the artist out of
the indie world, but you can't always take the indie out of the artist. just
ask amy ray. after spending several years recording for an independent label
herself, ray, as one-half of the popular folk duo the indigo girls, signed to
epic in 1989. a year later, she became smitten with the idea of starting a
non-profit label whose roster would include some of her favorite songwriters.
in the midst of the indigo girls' first major-label tour in 1990, she founded
the small atlanta-based company, daemon records.

during the nine years since daemon's inception, the label has concentrated
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mostly on signing acts located in the southeast. in return for distribution
and publicity (and, of course, the status conferred upon them by the label),
artists are expected to tour regularly, and to take
primary responsibility for overseeing their own careers. among the artists
currently on the roster are danielle howle, terri binion, belloluna, ph
balance, and 6x - all of whom are based in or near the burgeoning atlanta
market. future plans include expanding the roster to include a handful of
acts located in other parts of the country as well. recently, ray talked
about the manner in which daemon was founded, as well as its history and
philosophy.


for the full interview, see the june 1999 issue


daemon records
p.o. box 1207
decatur, ga 30031
year founded: 1990
number of artists: 17
number of releases: 63
web site: www.daemonrecords.com

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this is kind of off-topic, but when i called up my dad for father's day last
sunday, i think he saw this documentary when he was flipping through the
channels around midnight last week.  and then knowing that i am so crazy
about the indigo girls (my mom complains that they are my god--just because
i had my mini-shrine over the fireplace in my bedroom before i moved to pa),
my father videotaped a portion of it for me.  isn't that sweet?

oh, ignore the anouska shankar free concert thingy.  my initial post about
the free concert never got posted, so it was out of place when i emailed it
from another email account (dyndigo@aol.com).

diane - who just got her own personal scanner and will be creating her very
own mini-shrine to the girls on the web soon, stay tuned!


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there was another late birthday announcement (like a couple weeks *heh*)
but i figure because of all she has done for the list, as well as it just
being in some sort of indigo spirit (there are prolly many out there) to
just do it! :)  so happy belated birthday to:

june 2
sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>

yay!
love and indigo dreams,
audra
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date:         thu, 24 jun 1999 05:56:11 -0700
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hey all,

thank you to all of you who sent me good wishes
yesterday....you guys are my extended family and it
means a lot to me to know that you guys care...(big ol
kisses to you all)....

and....this morning as i was driving to work i was
listening to the new radio station in town 106.3
(lexington, ky)....when suddenly i heard the familiar
strains "my freinds they wash the windows they shine
in the sun...." i almost ran off the road....ig was
being played on a lexington radio station....now when
sos came out two years ago 103.3 played it a few
times...then boom nothing more....so to hear it on
this new one really gives me hope for them....of
course they did set up a listener responce number and
i did call in a few weeks ago and mention that i liked
their format and that the only change i could see that
needed to be made was that they needed to play
ig....and here they have started doing it....

yea haw

oh well gotta run....i have missed way too much work
to be playing around this morning...but you know life
encompasses many things...and mine includes all of you
too....

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peace, love & indigo light
beccie lyon

may the path that you are on take you above
your expectations for the road ahead
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at 01:04 am 6/24/99 , allison hastings <alhastings@mindspring.com> wrote:
>i just checked pbs's website and the show was called after stonewall.  it
>didn't see it for sale on their website, but i will check amazon and a
>couple of other places.


it is available at amazon.com, as a part of the set of before and after stonewall, and separately.  "before stonewall" was terrific too.

you maybe able to catch it on pbs again, check listings at:

         http://www.pbs.org/whatson/1999/06/descriptions/afst.html

i'm not sure about the aclu connection, though, i might have to watch it closer next time.

there was also a very special thank you to "indigo girls and epic" in the credits.

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hey y'all!  (sorry if some of you get this multiple times...)

just wanted to share with anyone who might want to know about this...
lifetime will be showing an intimate portrait on melissa etheridge...
looks like sunday in our area... but please check your local listings for
date & time!

in the meantime, to read a bit about the show go here...
http://www.lifetimetv.com/onair/intimate/frameset.shtml/port9842.html

after all the false alarms... it's about time they're gonna show it!
enjoy!

twink!

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unsuscribe-sue mehl

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hey all!
        well last friday i saw vinda shepard in concert! she puts on such a
good show! i got cool pictures of her and better... i got her autograph, her
picture taken with me and my sister, and i hugged her. yep, i was chattin'
with someone whose been on tv on ally mcbeal and sang with emily!!! she
played that song at the concert which definitely got a big scream and cheer
out of me ( i love that song!!! ) anyways... you are bored enough with this
nigc i guarantee that.
~alyssa

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        for all of you interested individuals that live in the vicinity of
the bay area, here's the pbs line up for the next 2 days (friday & saturday).

fri- 6/25 --> channel 9(kqed):  9pm: queer son  9:50pm: you don't know...
                                                                10:45pm:
beauty before age/gay culture
                                                               11:10pm: the
real ellen story

sat 6/26 --> channel 9               8pm:  after stonewall/millenium
                                                                9:30pm:
before stonewall      11pm: pride divide

also, oon channel 16(kcsm), which is the college of san mateo's tv station,
there's a lot of stuff on:  sat 6/26:  10am:  your mom's a lesbian; here's
your lunch
                                                    1pm:  the castro
2:30pm ballot measure 9
                                                    4pm:  before stonewall
5:30pm  after stonewall/


        need more info or anything feel free to e-mail me.  i'll try to tape
some of these shows if anyone's interested.  trades??
                jennifer

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tracy inquired:

perhaps some kind soul can answer these questions:


1) is there a jonatha brooke mailing list?

mais oui mon cherie, or at least there used to be....come to think of it, i
haven't gotten a posting from the "dog dreams" list in about a week.....
the address is

un/subscribe messages should be sent to dog-dreams-request@cs.umd.edu


2) how do you pronounce "jonatha"? is it jon-uh-thuh or juh-na-thuh?

jon-a-tha, just like jonathan but with no n


please email me privately, for the sake of the those listfolk who really
don't care about jonatha brooke. thanks!

oops sorry, too late :)

jonatha brooke's agent in her dreams,
sus

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don't forget to vote for daemon artist ph balance today.  here is the url:


   http://www.mtv.com/sendme.tin?page=/mtv/music/flying_indie/
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sheryl jones
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu
cooper seay page:
http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/cooper/cooper.htm
bootleg page: http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm

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if you have not ever witnessed caroline aiken live, you need to.  she's
heading to ca for a while, so you west-coasters finally get a chance to
see her.  for the newbies - caroline is an old friend of ig and helped
them out when they started.  they sing on one of her cds.  she's in the
watershed video.  anyhow - she's awesome - kind of like bonnie raitt
with an acoustic and no slide.  an amazing player - if you're big into
the guitar stuff, she'll memorize you.  aggressive loud rockin stuff.
don't miss her if she's in your town.

-tara
http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/frontrow/8595

> -----original message-----
> from: caroline aiken [smtp:caiken@mindspring.com]
> sent: thursday, june 24, 1999 3:11 am
> to:   itineraries@calendar.com
> subject:      caroline aiken is fixin' to play
>
> 6/26/99, 6/27/99,the benbow lake summer festival, redway,cal.,
> 707-923-3368
> 6/30/99, the freight and salvage, berkeley, cal., 1111 addison st.,
> 8pm
>                 christy mccarthy opens
> 7/2/99, the high sierra festival, bear valley, cal., www.hsmusic.net
> 7/6/99, strings, oakland,cal., carensing@aol.com, (shhhhhh!)
> 7/8/99, morgan's tea and coffee, 498 washington st, monterey,ca.
>              831-642-4949
> 7/9/99, oregon country fair, eugene,ore., 1-800-992-8499
> 7/15/99, sweetwater, mill valley, cal., 153 throckmorten ave,
> 415-388-2820
> 7/25/99, bele chere festival, ashville, nc, 4pm haywood stage
> 7/25/99 - 7/31/99, swannanoa gathering, warren wilson college,
> swannanoa,
> nc, www.swangathering.org
> 7/31/99, be here now, ashville,nc  with sloan wainwright and eric
> garrison
> 8/5/99, wuwf, pensacola, fla., live taping for tv/radio show 7pm
> 8/13/99, atlantis music conference, aurora coffee, little 5 points,
> atlanta,ga. midnite
> 8/20/99, java house presents at the conyers' pavillion, women of rock
> in the
> round, with diane durrett, kelli mercadante(wild west picture show)
> and
> trina meade(stereo popsicle) 8pm 770-922-1210
> 8/22/99, opening for robert cray, tabernacle, atlanta, ga. 8pm
> 404-659-9022
> 9/3/99, (tent) tractor tavern, seattle,wa
> 9/4/99, bumbershoot festival, seattle, wa., brumbella stage, 3:30 set
> 9/5/99, kerrville wine and music festival, main stage, ballad tree
> ---------------------------
> hello, friends....hope this finds you well, and in good spirits. if i
> have
> your email in error, please let me know. please check out the
> questionaire
> at the bottom, and if you'll send it back, it will help in the
> promotion of
> the new cd to be out in sept, produced by crit harmon (balck sheep,
> martin
> sexton) and in separating areas of the country, so those of you in cal
> won't
> get me east coast ramblings, unless you so desire.
> i am having a ball teaching zen and the art of performance clinic, and
> songwriting in your sleep...people are finding their voices and their
> bodies, and their hands and their muses, sheding their skins and
> spreading
> their wings...
>
> here is the questionaire...thanks for taking the time to answer. none
> of
> this info will be seen by anyone else but little ol me.
>
> 1)please give your email, your snail mail and any other personal
> contact
> info
>
> 2)the concert series/ concert hall you most like to attend.
>
> 3) radio you listen to, fav stations/shows/djs
>
> 4)magazines, newspaper you read to find out about shows in your area
>
> 5) suggestions for promoters of shows, how to get the word out most
> effectively
>      where do you find your info about shows coming up?
>
> 6)anything i left out that you think i should know  :):)
>
> --------------------------------------
>
> to order cds, tour schedule info, and general caroline's fixin' to
> play
> info:
> caiken@minspring.com
> www.songs.com/caroline
> 404-266-1260
> glutton for publishment
> pobox 11723,atlanta,ga., 30355
>
> live bait and butler field  are 15.oo each plus s/h(3.50)
> due to the large(thank you!) number of requests for photos, there is
> an 8.00
> charge for
> printing and postage, or free when you order a cd. specify which cd
> and if
> you'd like a photo. make checks or money orders out to caroline aiken
>
> *nothing can stop me now
> i'm due
> you, too
>
> living well is the best revenge
> drive/live/love like somebody cares
>
>

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hi y'all.

does anybody out there have the chords to "chiapas bound" -- even if you
only have some suspicions about the chords?

oh, and, again, if there are any musicians or singers in ottawa (ontario,
canada) who want to jam (i play guitar as you might have surmised from the
above request), please let me know.

best,

john

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sorry - caroline aiken won't memorize you. well.... maybe if you do
something unusual.... i mean to say she'll mesmerize you. duh.

>an amazing player - if you're big into
>the guitar stuff, she'll memorize you.  aggressive loud rockin stuff.
>don't miss her if she's in your town.

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i don't know if emily and vonda are in the video
for their song together.

i do have a copy of them performing
together on the austin city limits
episode from last year.

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hey peeps,

i've mentioned her shows in the southeast now and then: diane ward.  local
miami singer/songwriter that just absolutely rocks my world.  was voted best
female rock vocalist in the _best of the miami new times_ >again<.

she managed to get an opening gig for amy and emily for honor the earth when
they came to west palm beach 2 years (was it?) ago.  so there's your igc.
well, also she came out of nowhere and started playing "mystery" one night.
i heard those chords and everything in me just stopped as i tried to figure
out exactly what song it was.  and then when she kicked in with "each time
you pulled down the driveway . . . " i just about dropped on the floor.  lol.
to have two of your absolute favorite artists together in that particular
way . . . my heart was so full.  i grabbed my friend and wrapped her arounds
around me, and we sang along as loud as we could.  and god said it was good
:-)

and get this.  i do believe she has surpassed amy and the divine miss em. as
my favorite musician.  can you imagine?  and i'm a big indigo freak.  there's
just something about her songwriting and singing, it's like every song has
its own built-in catharsis, that grabs you.  and her new cd was just recently
released, but you gotta see her live.  then you can buy her music :-)  or buy
her music anyway if you can't go see her.

she is going to be at atlanta's pride festival this weekend!!  friday, june
25th at 6:30pm on the main stage at piedmont park.  then onto eddie's attic
at 9:30pm opening for halcyon (another awesome south fla. group).

saturday the 26 in winter park, fl at borders.  showtime is 8pm.

sunday the 27 back to atlanta-- the second stage at 5:30pm at the pride
festival again in piedmont park.

sorry for the length of this post.  it's just that every time i write to the
list about her, which is not very often, i have to
recontextualize/reintroduce her as well as sing her praises over again to
properly convey why you all need to see her :-)

she also has a website: dianeward.com with performance dates and other stuff.
give it a look.  she's been going up to atlanta a little more often
recently, as well as other stops, gainesville and tampa and orlando, along
the way.  so more of you can check her out.

diane ward and indigo forever! lol
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as previously mentioned, after stonewall is the sequel to before stonewall.
it premiered last week at the san francisco gay and lesbian film festival,
and then again wednesday on pbs. the doc was very good, narrarated by melissa
etheridge and did indeed have clips and sound from ig. i first though that
the song they were singing was american tune, but now that you mention
finlandia, that is probably correct. and as for the festival, it was from
1990 earth day celebration on the mall in dc. you can tell because woody
harelson is in the middle of a & e. (i only know because my friend was
interpreting at the time)

the aclu may have been a sponsor, but it was not the main group behind the
project. the documentary was done by the same people who did the first one,
produced by john scagliotti. at the film fest it was co-sponsored by the gay
and lesbian historical society of northern california.

someone already posted that you could get them off of amazone, but may i also
suggest looking into reel.com and www.frameline.com. frameline is a great
queer distributer, and reel.com is a big supporter of the queer community and
works in conjunction with planetout and others.

hope this was helpful, and sorry if anyone has already posted this, i am on
digest.

kate

ps. just as a reminder... as with any documentary, the story is not complete.
smashing 30 years into a little over 87 minutes is quite a task, and there is
no way to make everyone satisfied. (a lesson i must tell myself when watching
segments of history being overshadowed ;) but it is worth everyone's time to
go see it... and if interested to continue to inform yourself of our history.

in a message dated 6/24/99 5:01:16 pm, you wrote:

>hi all,
>
>just stepping out of lurkdom long enough to comment on the documentary
>that i just finished watching on pbs.  it was done by the aclu.  i think
>it was called "after stonewall".  don't quote me on that though.  if
>anyone knows the real name of the documentary, i would love to know what
>it is so i can buy it.
>
>the ig content comes in this- there were scenes from the viseo "joking"
>and shots of ig during a past rally at washington dc.  i believe they
>were singing finlandia.  they showed several shots of the crowd.  there
>were some people with tears in their eyes while the girls were singing.
>
>i have to admit that lately i haven't cared for much of the new stuff
>that ig has been doing.  it has been a long time since i pulled out my ig
>cd's.  after seeing this documentary and seeing those people, feeling the
>chills go down my spine when i heard amy and emily sing accapella, it all
>came back to me.
>
>the documentary was truly amazing.  i highly recommend it to anyone gay
>or straight that is interested in seeing a great history on the continued
>struggle for gay rights.
>
>thanks,
>allison

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hkf's,

so i'm eating my double-quarter pounder with cheese and a super-sized fries
- when i happen to glance at the newspaper sitting next to me.  it's the
weekend preview section with a subheading of dining - and the article on the
front says: "a watershed ever: boutique becomes restaurant".  and i'm like,
oh my gosh!  that paper is today's paper!!!!  (a few mom's pull there kids
in close and forewarn them about an obsessed fan in the vicinity)

anyway, it's pretty much a full page article that has a big picture of some
food (gnocchi w/ roasted tomato sauce and polenta with roasted cherry
tomatoes) (hehe-i'm not makin' this stuff up!) and then there's a smaller
picture to the side of emily (!) and two chefs.  the caption below the
picture reads:  "indigo girls emily saliers (left) is a co-owner, while
chefs scott peacock and angie brewer head the culinary team."  this photo
and caption aren't on the website version of this article - so there ya go.
(and i can scan the picture in monday - that's when my scanner will be fixed
- and put it up on my website...  i'll let you know.)

http://www.accessatlanta.com/entertainment/dining/reviews/watershed.html

and last but not least - less than one month until ig make there lilith
debut in their hometown of atlanta!!!  wooo hooooo!!!!

8-)
happy weekend
a+e=ig
-mkc
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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 10:44:53 -0700
reply-to:     beccie lyon <dovesland@yahoo.com>
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hey all,
i went to the site to vote for the daemon artist
phbalence and they were not on the list...neither was
daemon on the list of indie labels...so, i went to
this address
http://www.mtv.com/sendme.tin?page=/mtv/music/flying_indie

and sent a responce to them not being there...

the link to do so is at the bottom of the page so hey
if you got a minute and it ticked you off that once
again the "gods" at mtv and ignored the best of what
is out there and have ignored our wants and needs as
listeners then respond...i know my soapbox is way too
tall at the moment :o) here is what i sent them....
(and yes it was a bit much but hey along with my
recent health problems...i have been having these
wonderful hormone surges...and at that moment i was
rideing one pretty high.....)

my question to you is this...why is daemon records not
on the indie listings that you have on the flying
indie page....not to mention the fact that phbalance
was supposed to be on the list of videos to vote for
and it was not....what is the deal...you know the
entire idea of an independent label is to avoid the bs
that goes along with the major labels and to develop
talent that would normally go unnoticed
otherwise...and here you are recognizing the fact that
they exist but leaving out one of the biggest indie
labels out there....what's up with that?....is it the
association with the indigo girls that sends your
homophobic hearts into a frenzie ...or was it a simple
oversight of lovely pc minded people who work there at
mtv....(yes i am being
facetious but hey you guys started this)....it upsets
myself and other like minded people to know that one
of the most popular bands in alternative/folk music
often goes ignored or put away because they don't play
the commercial don't ask don't tell games that other
artists play....and you know the real kicker is that
the more you people ignore them the bigger their fan
base becomes...the only downside is that we do not get
the enjoyment of watching your channel or
participating in your so called music variety because
you simply do not play the music that we want to
hear....maybe one day there will be a station that
will respond to our needs...and until then....i would
rather read a book...

sincerely yours


rebecca r. lyon
indigo girls fan
and productive member of society


so there it is my rants and raves...
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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 11:42:44 -0700
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this bill will now make it legal to "kill a homo (or muslim, jew, black,
etc.) for christ". please call your reps today and tell them to vote no on
this. i am becoming increasingly concerned about the radical religious reich
stomping all over the constitution as they have in the past couple weeks.
for a party that espouses belief in less government, the republicans are
certainly doing their best to legislate every detail of our lives. but then,
this bill has very strong support from democrats as well.

----------------------------------------------
a large coalition of republicans and democrats in congress are looking to
shred all local, state, and national civil rights laws -- including all gay
rights laws -- through the so-called religious liberties protection act...
see http://www.msnbc.com/news/283516.asp

in brief, the law "would permit people to cite religion as a reason for
discriminating not just against homosexuals but also against people with
other differences of which they disapprove on some ostensibly religious
grounds."

ok, does everyone know how to contact your congressman? information can be
found at http://lcweb.loc.gov/global/legislative/congress.html

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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 15:01:08 -0400
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on fri, 25 jun 1999, ryan blackhawke wrote:

> this bill will now make it legal to "kill a homo (or muslim, jew, black,
> etc.) for christ".

   hm.  does that mean we can kill a christian for christ?
eeenteresting...  ;)

   darius

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        ~just got this from daemon; thought i'd pass it on for those of you
who haven't recieved it.  ps...i bleeped out the four letter word they wrote
so's not to offend anyone.    jennifer

<<
daemon records announce - http://www.daemonrecords.com

hello daemonites,

        sorry to bother you again for the second time today and for the third
time this week. after i sent the last email and i was able to calm down i
thought "f--- this!"  it is obvious that this contest has nothing to do
with indie labels and everything to do with indies that are tied in one
way or another to a major label. well this is the time to show them that
there are a lot of us who support real indies.

        all we wanted is to be on the ballot, but since we didn't even make
the
ballot, this is what i am proposing. we treat it like a candidate for the
green party who didn't make the ballot for the election. we vote anyway
and show them how many of us there are. so if you can please send an email
to mtv2music@mtv.com and write on the subject line we want ph balance on
mtv. on the body of the message write something like this.

dear mtv,

        i am very dissapointed that the ph balnce's "soothing' music video
didn't
make it on the ballot for the flying indie video contest. i am writing to
vote for it regardless. thank you and have nice day.

sincerely,

(insert your name here)

please forward this to as many indie and daemon records supporters as you
can. it is also importanta that you mail it today. at this point i don't
care if they show the video or not, but we have to open mtv's eyes to the
fact that there are thousands of people that support our scene. again, i
apologize for the multiple messages but i had to speak my mind.

rock on!

the stimulator>>

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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 13:14:05 -0700
reply-to:     beccie lyon <dovesland@yahoo.com>
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stepping up on the soap box again....

surely our congressional system can not be this
blind....can you imagine the mass chaos that would
ensue this bill?  can you imagine the lawyers that
would get fat off the defense...."oh it was not my
fault that i strung up that homosexual from the tree
in my yard....my religion forced me to do it..." it
would basically be making the kkk and other hate
groups into religious organizations....i can hear the
hymns now....(sing along now if you know that tune)
"just as i am....better than you.....and if you don't
like it...i'll kill you too"....(please forgive me
lord...i could not keep that one to myself)....

why can't these people realize that every time they
put things on the "no-no list" it drawn more and more
people to it....i have said it before and i will say
it again...bad press makes for wonderful sales
figures....now come on fellow listees...raise your
hands if you own a tinkie winkie tellitubbie
doll....see what i mean?   and now here we are giving
these same self righteous assholes the approval to
shoot us at will and hide behind "god" to boot? no no
no no no no no, we shall not stand silently by as our
lives are ripped from us when these same people, in
the light of last years tragic loss of mathew
shepheard, should be protecting us instead of helping
to harm us....maybe they figure that in order to solve
the problem they need to diminish our numbers....
'
ok, ok, i am dismounting the soap box....lord i love
these hormone surges...tee hee....but seriously people
lets scout this out find out the facts and
intelligently bombard our congressmens offices with
demands to be treated equally....my town is in the
process of voting on a city ordinance that will
include sexual orientation in the list things not to
discriminate against for employment, housing, hate
crimes..etc...and we have to remember we are not
fighting just for ourselves...the things we struggle
with and overcome are the things that future
generations will never have to give a second thought
to....

--- hicktruckdriver <dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu>
wrote:
> on fri, 25 jun 1999, ryan blackhawke wrote:
>
> > this bill will now make it legal to "kill a homo
> (or muslim, jew, black,
> > etc.) for christ".
>
>    hm.  does that mean we can kill a christian for
> christ?
> eeenteresting...  ;)
>
>    darius
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help ... i'm drowning from all the suds <gurgle>.

> "stepping up on the soap box again.... "
>
>

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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 14:33:47 -0600
reply-to:     garian <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
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from:         garian <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
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hey all,
since i am in the business of reading people's gripe mail, i have a tip:
please be sure to write your own message, don't copy the daemon message
word-for-word.  those kinds of mass mailings tend to get ignored.
but support daemon, nonetheless!!!  just be sure to come up with your own
words.
:)
g.
on 25 jun 1999, daemon records announce wrote:
> and show them how many of us there are. so if you can please send an email
> to mtv2music@mtv.com and write on the subject line we want ph balance on
> mtv. on the body of the message write something like this.
>
> dear mtv,
>
>       i am very dissapointed that the ph balnce's "soothing' music video didn't
> make it on the ballot for the flying indie video contest. i am writing to
> vote for it regardless. thank you and have nice day.
>
> sincerely,
>
> (insert your name here)
>

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date:         sat, 26 jun 1999 00:29:32 gmt
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i have returned.
warn the newbies.

*j

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i, too, have returned from the land of the dead and puterless.  i'd like
everyone to note i'm back @ my old aol email address.

~~jennifer
(aka tigger, high priestess of amyism)

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why not join the outing?

i'm joanne.. ex-birthday goddess-poet-hermit extraordinaire!!!

cheap, horrific plug...

i'll be featuring at bean central in nashville, tennessee on july 10th at
7pm.

www. geocities.com/soho/bistro/6391

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date:         fri, 25 jun 1999 21:36:09 -0400
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could someone who's managed to find a copy of the vonda/emily single
please write me.  i've got a question about it.

thanks,
l'sly

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(picture the scene... man dressed in high priest clothing running around
a busy temple, shouting out in a highly camp hollywood voice.....)

priest : ok-let's see what we've got here - pentagram in shape of amy's
tatoo... check... more flaming torches than absolutely necessary....
date: wed, 30 jun 1999 14:29:02 +0000
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to: underdog@earthlink.net

che.... no, hold on!!!!!!!! people!!!!!!!!!!! we need more flaming
torches!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i don't care if we can see everybody!!!!!!! we
need more ---- for the effect!! right, let's see.. nubile young virgin,
for sacrificing of..... ahhh, here we go....

(priest runs over to virgin - looks at face in horror...)

priest : eeeeewww!!!!! yeah, i can see why you're still a virgin.... ok,
i think that's everything..... let's see...

(priest pulls out copy of "the occult for dummies"... nods in
satisfaction....)

priest : ok!!!!! people, people!! does everybody remember what they've
got to do? right - tie the virgin to the altar!!!!! ok -- everybody on
the left.......

everybody on left side of temple : amy amy amy amy amy amy amy amy amy
amy amy amy amy amy (and so on....)

priest : good!!! ok - now everybody on the right......

everybody on the right, joining in with people on the left : emily emily
emily emily emily emily emily emily emily emily emily emily emily (and
so on....)

priest : and so let prodigal spice and tigger come forth!!!!!!!!

(sudden blinding flash of light... fireballs from the sky, etc.....)

tigger : um... hi..........

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howdy y'all,

just a quick note to let everyone know that kristen and i will have an =
honor the earth table set up on the following lilith fair dates:

7/14 san francisco
7/16 san diego
7/17 los angeles
7/20 austin
7/21 dallas
7/24 atlanta

stop by and say hi!  we'll have a number of items for sale by donation, =
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to go towards the upcoming fundraiser.  hope to see you there!

on the road again...
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hey there...

i just browsed through my calendar and stumbled across em's b'day next
month,....
well, i think since we kinda *skipped* am's b'day earlier this year, we
should definitely get something done for emily... maybe even make it out as a
gift for the two of them...
what do y'all think???

we could donate again and make a certificate for a&e about it...
i'm sure some kind listee would love to design something like that...
also...
we could send that smallternative thingy along with it, as we had
discussed around am's b'day...

anyhoooooo, we should get this off the ground soon....

we managed it before, we should be able to get it done again, don't ya
think???


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i'm so sorry for the waste of bandwidth but i think i may have deleted an
e-mail that i didn't want to.
  i don't remember your name but someone was talking to me about being a beta
reader for her wife and i would still like to do it if you want me to.
please get back to me and let me know because i'm very interested.
thanks again and sorry for the waste, although i hardly think of myself as a
waste, regardless of the useless prattle i sometimes spew :)
carrie

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date:         sat, 26 jun 1999 18:43:16 pdt
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i just went to an ani difranco concert and i was meaning to buy one of the
shirts they have on sale but i totally forgot until i was already out of the
venue.  is there anyone going to an upcoming show who would be so kind as to
pick one up for me if i send money for the shirt and postage?  the one i
wanted has the pic from her upx6 album cover on the front and the back says
"up up up up up up points the spire of the steeple but god's work isn't done
by god, it's done by people." if they have medium, that would be great but
i'm assuming they don't so large would be fine, too.  also, if it's possible
let me know by tonight because i'm leaving on vacation tomorrow morning.
otherwise, i'll be back next week. thanks soooo much and sorry for the nigc.

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date:         sun, 27 jun 1999 02:52:37 -0400
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so is anyone else going to see ani in chicago tonight?  it should be quite
a busy day, first chicago pride (i didn't go to dyke march because i was
at the natsu matsuri (summer fest -- japanese) instead) and then ani!
wow, what a weekend in chicago -- the cubs are at home, womyn's world cup,
taste of chicago, natsu matsri, dyke march, pride, and ani!  anyway, if
you're going to the show, look for me -- i have no clue what i'll be
wearing, but i am short (like really short) and have wavy brown hair...

:-) karen

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prodigal spice wrote:
>
> i have returned.

>from where?  i've been aware of the eerie quiet of your absence.  where
the heck were ya?

> warn the newbies.

mothers - warn your children!

elaine
>
> *j

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i was just wondering if there was a boot made of the 6/27/98 lilith
(pasadena, ca)...?

pax, celeste:)

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hey there!

okay, we already have a designer for the certificate:)).
thx alyssa:)...
now, we should make up our minds on other things around the b'day gift,
like:

- which listee would be volunteering for the job of organizing everything
and then send the gift to rcam or even better hand it over to em at a gig

- are we doing a *combined gift* for the two of them??? (alyssa, would
kinda need to know that, to incorporate it in the card) i think, we definitely
should, since we *skipped* am's b'day and it would look kinda strange to now
have a *solo*;) gift for em, don't ya think??

- which organization should we donate to??? since time is running up we
maybe shouldn't do the great democratic voting thingy;)... hte would be an
obvious choice... or if not everyone is fine with that we could just have
everyone donate to his/her fav ig related cause and tell the organizer of the
amount and the organization and we would then sum up all donations and give a
list of organizations which have been donated to in the name of a&e....


hm, i'm sure there is more... but those are the most important things, i
can think of right now...
come on people, let's get this off the ground, hm??


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hi y'all,

i know i lurk way too much and must really re-join the conversation, but...
well, no excuses.  i just need to do it!  in any event, this is my
question/statement.  i love emily.  i love her song-writing and playing and
her whole vibe, but i hate the song she does with vonda.  probably because
i'm not a big vonda fan.  does anyone else feel this way?  please don't
flame me.  i am entitled to my opinion and one song is not an entire album.
i just needed to let my feelings be known before i exploded from reading
all these laudatory posts about the song.

that's all.

pax,
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about donating money.....

if honor the earth isn't the organization everybody wants to donate to, and
since we kinda skipped amy's b-day, what about donating to dameon records??
i don't even know if you can do that or not, but it's just a thought.  that
way it would kinda incorparate both of them.

blinded by indigo,
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"if honor the earth isn't the organization everybody
wants to donate to, and since we kinda skipped amy's
b-day, what about donating to dameon records??
i don't even know if you can do that or not, but it's
just a thought.  that way it would kinda incorparate
both of them.
blinded by indigo,
tina"

yes, i think daemon would be a great way to
donate....honor the earth is great too, but to
incorporate them both in daemon would be really
kewl...enter one vote for me into the daemon pool....

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 11:20:01 edt
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i'm really really sorry.  i just did it again!  i deleted it again!  can some
kind (and not too pissed-off friend) privately e-mail me the address, again,
of the woman seeking readers.
thanks,
carrie

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if honor the earth isn't the organization everybody wants to donate to, and
since we kinda skipped amy's b-day, what about donating to dameon records??
i don't even know if you can do that or not, but it's just a thought.  that
way it would kinda incorparate both of them.
>>>>>>

hkf's,

there was just one vote for this saying yea, but mine will have to be a nay
for daemon.  first off, daemon records would be an amy only donation - and
would pretty much leave emily out of the picture.  a similar solo-ish emily
project would be watershed - but that would be kind of silly to donate to as
well.  the reason i bring that up is because i think that both of these
projects would be a waste to donate to because they are not really causes
that need financial help.  they are both specific projects with narrow focus
- instead of wide-ranging causes that deal with a whole list of things.
both these projects have funding from one indigo girl - and i think they are
doing fine.

my vote would be more towards hte or something like that - maybe a youth
pride something, or a billings-house from a while back. (sorry for being
vague)  basically, if you donate towards daemon it could help out local
atlanta music a little bit more.  but if you donate towards hte - you could
be helping native americans and their communities and the environment...
(i'm sure this list could go on & on...)  i just think that there are so
many other worthy causes out there that aren't fortunate enough to have the
tremendous backing of one of our girls - but we can help them out in their
honor.

does that make sense or did i lose too many brain cells this weekend and
they haven't been replaced yet...  (that's my story and i'm stickin' to it)

ok...  back to lurk mode... "but you certainly don't lurk"
oh yeah...  well, i'll talk to y'all soon then...
8-)
a+e=ig
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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 11:42:13 -0400
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hey y'all!

i am not on the ani list, and do not have time to join another listserv
(between this one, and dar, amd some japanese ones...), but i was
wondering if anyone who is on the anilist would do me a little favor.  i
went to the show in chicago last night, and i thought it was great -- the
best ani show i have ever seen.  so i am curious as to what the people on
her list are saying about it.  if someone could just forward me a few
revelant posts on the 27  june chicago show, that would be excellent!
thanks so much!

:-) karen

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 18:01:30 +0200
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hey there!

okay, i just mailed daemon and asked them about their policy regarding
donations, whether they accept them or not....
i'll let you know asap when i have the info.

bye all:)

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well, it really does not matter to me what we do, but
you know, even though amy owns the record label, it is
financed by record sales and the money goes right back
into the business, not into anyones. pockets, so
really yes, we would be helping atlanta artists, but
you know, at least we would know where the money
went....hell it dont matter i made my vote and what
ever the outcome is then i will gladly give up my
money for it...lets just deside quickly this time and
not let it go by lke we did amy's b-day....eveyone
vote then someone talley it then pick from
there....habitate for humanity is a good one also,
just throwing more fuel onto the fire.
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sorry about that guys, i am not feeling to great
today....i sent that out and then read it when it came
into my mailbox and thought "damn what a bitch i am
being..." sorry about that....i just wanted to say it
should be something we all as a group want to do, and
that daemon could use the money...it cost lots to do
what they do....hell, my idea has always been this...i
win the lottery and after i pay all my debts, and my
family's and a few freinds...(got some real smart kids
out there who need college funds)...then i want to
donate money to daemon, hte, habitat, and a few local
aids and gay and lesbian charities....so daemon has
always been on my list of people to give moeny to if i
ever have it...of course these are nice pipe dreams
for someone who has nothing at the moment...but one
day.....any hoo just wanted to say yes i know i was
being crabby....please dont take offense.....
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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 09:46:57 -0700
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hey,

i am also for the most part a lurker. but this is
something i wanted to add my opinion to.  i think that
a great place to donate to would be smyal (sexual
minority youth assistance league) they help out gay
youth so much.  i worked with them about two years ago
and know that they need money badly.  also what about
pflag? i know the girls support both of them a lot.

in august at the milwaukee lilith fair i will be
working backstage (thanks to my girlfriend) and i am
sure i will see the girls back there. so if that isn't
to late then i could give them the bday presents. but
if its too late....

i dont know thats my two cents worth.
thanks,
nikki

ps. if the girl on the list who is selling the list
tshirts reads this could you please contact me?

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 17:38:00 gmt
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oh, come now.  what is this all about?
i see no show dates in ohio.
no talk in netspace.
no ig-imbued lilith within a 300-mile radius of my midwestern abode.
no.  no no.  this will not do.
i demand reparations.

disgruntled cow townie

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 20:27:23 +0200
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just got this statement from deamon:

"i am aware of the great donations the mailing list gives out each
year.  it's a cool thing.

daemon really doesn't take donations.  we are a not for profit label
but we manage.  thanks for thinking of us though.  you know, amy is really
into the low power radio coalition right now.  check this out.  it
helps small labels like ours as well as you.

www.lowpowerradio.org

let me know if i can be of more help."

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 20:35:16 +0200
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january 27, 1999
me again... sorry about the screwed up format... but here is some info on
the low power radio coalition which amy thinks is worth supporting:


                                the honorable william kennard
                                chairman
                                federal communications commission
                                445 12 st. sw
                                washington, dc 20554

                                dear chairman kennard:

                                the low power radio coalition strongly
encourages the federal communications
                                commission to explore the implementation
of a new class of low power fm
                                radio stations. radio is our national
medium - according to a recent study, 95% of
                                american adults listen to radio daily. we
represent a broad nationwide
                                constituency that could, if provided the
opportunity, utilize broadcast radio to serve
                                the communities in which we work and live.

                                low power fm stations could have
significant impact throughout  the nation by
                                both building on existing effective models
and expanding the use of radio into new
                                arenas, such as the following:

                                helping local and regional government
communicate with citizens:

                                     low power fm will help realize
broadcast radio's potential as a
                                     communications tool for local
governments, including police
                                     departments and social service
agencies. many communities
                                     creatively and aggressively program
public, education and
                                     government (peg) cable television
channels to provide residents
                                     with useful information. these
programs do not reach the millions of
                                     americans who choose not to or cannot
afford to subscribe to cable
                                     television. however, these persons
have access to radio.

                                     low power fm radio could assist
police departments in their
                                     community policing programs by
simulcasting existing cable television
                                     call-in shows on fm radio. similarly,
local governments can take
                                     advantage of radio's near-universal
penetration to factor low power
                                     fm into emergency plans. for example,
in large media markets,
                                     specific counties or neighborhoods
often are impacted by power
                                     outages. low power stations targeting
a specific neighborhood, small
                                     town or county could broadcast
information on shelters, updates on
                                     utility company progress, and weather
reports.

                                information on public safety and
transportation:

                                     low power fm radio will provide an
effective fm alternative to the
                                     limited radio facilities currently
used by public safety and
                                     transportation service entities. this
new service will provide critical
                                     real-time information to travelers
confronting emergency situations,
                                     traffic patterns and accidents. for
numerous transportation entities,
                                     broadcast radio is the only way to
convey messages on a timely
                                     basis. necessary communications
include the announcement of not
                                     only unforeseen incidents and
accidents, but also planned activities,
                                     such as construction schedules and
the suggestion of alternate routes.
                                     low power fm can ensure that critical
messages reach motorists
                                     and will improve safety and
efficiency on the nation's roads.

                                new opportunities for schools and
universities:

                                     throughout the country radio thrives
in secondary and higher
                                     education, both as an educational
tool and a hub for local
                                     communities. many schools and
universities, however, either do not
                                     have stations or are limited to
operating cable, carrier current or
                                     day-time only stations due to lack of
available fm spectrum and the
                                     costs associated with maintaining a
full-power signal. low power
                                     fm radio stations will create new
opportunities for schools to make
                                     use of the fm band.

                                     currently, over 140 colleges and
universities operate carrier current,
                                     cable or day-time only radio
stations, in part because of lack of
                                     available fm spectrum and the
associated costs of broadcasting
                                     under current regulations. low power
fm will be a way for these
                                     stations to expand their reach to
students living off-campus,
                                     neighboring families, alumni and
other interested neighbors. other
                                     colleges and high schools can explore
starting up new stations that
                                     target the local geographic
community. college and high school radio
                                     already provides tremendous service
to many communities; low
                                     power fm will both create new
spectrum availability, lower the cost
                                     of building and managing a station
and, hopefully, streamline the
                                     application and regulatory process so
other students and communities
                                     can benefit.

                                opportunities for small business:

                                     low power fm stations will have large
implications for small
                                     business. a significant small
business sector -- independent record
                                     labels and musicians -- will have new
opportunities to gain exposure
                                     on creatively-programmed stations
operating on low power fm.
                                     currently, if a recording does not
fit into a centrally proscribed radio
                                     format, it is difficult to gain
exposure via radio. without exposure
                                     through radio, it is extremely
difficult to sell enough compact discs or
                                     cassettes to build and support either
an independent record label or a
                                     career as a musician. low power fm
stations would create new
                                     opportunities for music that does not
fit into existing formats.

                                new model for small towns and niche
markets:

                                     the lower technical requirements and
reduced start-up costs will
                                     make small town broadcasting much
more viable. in many small
                                     towns, a low power fm signal of
between 100 and 1000 watts
                                     could reach the entire population of
a small town without the costs or
                                     technological headaches of building
and managing a full-power signal.
                                     similarly, in large metropolitan
areas specific communities - both
                                     ethnic and generational - can be
targeted in a low power scenario. in
                                     the current scheme, licenses are
either unavailable or the cost of entry
                                     is simply too high; in the low power
fm model, local and niche
                                     programming will become much more of
a reality.

                                the low power fm radio coalition

                                our board of advisors is made up of a
cross-section of individuals who are
                                interested potential broadcasters, and, in
some instances, current users of the radio
                                spectrum. we encourage the commission to
adopt a proposal for the
                                establishment of low power fm radio, and
will closely scrutinize any framework
                                the commission proposes in the coming
months. we also will educate the public
                                on the benefits and potential applications
of low power fm radio, and provide
                                forums for sharing ideas, effective
existing models, and solutions to potential
                                challenges low power fm broadcasters may
face.

                                incumbent broadcasters have expressed
concerns about the impact of low power
                                fm on their existing signals. these
questions, however important, are for engineers
                                to evaluate and therefore extraneous to
our basic request. if low power fm is
                                proven to critically disable incumbent
broadcasters' signals, it should not be
                                implemented. we believe, however, that
engineering studies will demonstrate that
                                low power fm is a viable mechanism to
serve the multitude of voices calling for
                                increased access to broadcast radio. we
look forward to reviewing the
                                commission's initial framework and
encourage you to move ahead on low power
                                fm.

                                sincerely,

                                michael bracy

                                cc: commissioner michael powell
                                        commissioner harold
furchtgott-roth
                                        commissioner susan ness
                                        commissioner gloria tristani
                                        sen. john mccain
                                        sen. conrad burns
                                        rep. tom bliley
                                        rep. billy tauzin

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 15:12:20 -0400
reply-to:     kelly fairbairn <fairbk@sage.edu>
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from:         kelly fairbairn <fairbk@sage.edu>
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ok, at a used book/cd sale the local aids council held here this past
weekend, i picked up a copy of the honor cd for $5.00.  since i already
own it, i am putting it up for sale to whomever wants it for a donation to
honor the earth.  just e-mail me by wed., approx. 7:30 am, and i'll do a
drawing.

here's what's on it in case you don't know:
disc 1
01.  all my relations - ulali
02.  crazy life - toad the wet sprocket
03.  wise users - bruce cockburn
04.  the future is a war - exene cervenka
05.  things we do - indigenous
06.  bury my heart at wounded knee- luka bloom
07.  my mother is not the white dove - jane siberry
08.  4r ancestors - kieth secola/wild band of indians
09.  scattered - rusted root
10.  wounded knee - reversing hour

disc 2
01.  home - bonnie raitt/david grisham
02.  out of the blues - john trudell
03.  21st century man - victoria williams
04.  wake up delores - latin playboys
05.  motel notell - soul asylum
06.  small world - sherman alexie/jim boyd
07.  one knee gospel -frank hyde/mike jones
08.  blood quantum - indigo girls
09.  the day in the life of a tree-  mathew sweet
10.  creation story - joy harjo/poetic justice
11.  oils, arms, and drugs - ulali

lots of good artists coming together for a great cause.:)

kelly

jilly c.--it's good to see you round these parts again, girl!

ps--missy singhaus, could you e-mail me please?  i need your address (yet
again!;)

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 23:01:47 +0200
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celebrate!

june 28
karrie moore (guitarig@aol.com)
"baby its all in your hands you gotta learn to respect what you don't
understand"

june 29
grrrlies@aol.com (celeste)

june 29, 1985
grrrly4354@aol.com (celeste kennelly)
"lookin' up at the stars...'moo'."

june 30 ('69)
zkaa76a@prodigy.com (donna schwartz)

june 30 ('78)
tricia juettemeyer <tjuett@hotmail.com>

july
july 1
kiersten kress <kresskie@pilot.msu.edu>
"get me to montana and my guitar - i'm happy!"

july 4
malonecm@rosevc.rose-hulman.edu (chad maloney)

indigo1008@yahoo.com (stephanie)

love,
audra
*who is very happy cause her gf will be here soon* *smirks*


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say to one another is still the thing we long to hear?"
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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 16:30:00 -0500
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hey y'all!

i just got a new computer... does anyone have good .wav files they'd like
to share?  thanks!

susan
harne001@bama.ua.edu

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date:         mon, 28 jun 1999 19:56:06 edt
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well it looks like we can't donate to dameon records, so why don't we pick
something other than honor the earth b/c the list is already doing something
for that anyway. i like the idea of donating to an organization that helps
gay youth...seeing as how i am one, but that's not the point.  any other
ideas let's go ahead and get them out there so we can decide what we want to
do pretty quickly.

blinded by indigo,
tina

"all that we need is to meet in the middle of impossibility."

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