lifeblood: listlogs: 1999-09a


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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 10:31:04 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

this was posted to the newsgroup - please direct your replies
to the original sender at adrian@popmem.demon.co.uk...

cheers,
sherlyn

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subject: indigo memorabilia
date: tue, 31 aug 1999 22:14:09 +0100

indigo girls, 'touch me fall' 3.5 disk screensaver/game.    13.00
indigo girls, tour programme 'writes of passage' mint       19.00

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 20:53:28 edt
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in a message dated 8/31/99 2:52:28 pm est, cchristie@aol.com writes:

<< does anyone have any information about when the ig are coming to southern
california or the west coast in general?>>


never! they hate me!

pax, celeste:)

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 21:07:40 -0400
reply-to:     susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu>
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hi everyone!

here is the latest fantasy set list from our group! if you haven't had the
chance to vote yet, send in the top five ig songs you'd like to hear in
concert plus one cover. i'll do the final tally on friday. i'll post all
the results along with the final fantasy set list of 15 or so.

some folks have suggested we should do a cd of our final list. this would
be great! since the fantasy concert include the cons songs, we should wait
until this album is out and the tour starts. ideally, all songs on this
compilation should be live - afterall, this is our fantasy concert! how
long do you think it will be before we get cons boots? also - we have to
figure out the best live versions of the final group (and the best order in
which they should be "played"...). i don't have boots yet, so i'll need to
collect these before i could put something together. if someone else with a
large boot collection and a cd recorder has a burning desire to take charge
of the compilation - that's great too! let me know!

anyway - here we are to date (song and # votes, 66 people voting so far):

the wood song                           23
blood and fire                          15
love will come to you                   14
fugitive                                        11
you left it up to me                    11
language or the kiss                    10
chickenman                                      9
crazy game                                      9
touch me fall                           8
watershed                                       8
hand me downs                           7
power of two                            7
pushing the needle too far              7
get out the map                         6
ghost                                           6
mystery                                 6
nashville                                       6
strange fire                            6
and as many cons songs as possible

cover:
tangled up in blue                      10

for a little extra info, the rest of the covers receiving more than 1 vote
were:
romeo and juliet                                9
blister in the sun                      6
melissa                                 6
all along the watchtower                3
down by the river                               3
the weakness in me                      3
wish you were here                      3
american tune                           2
it won't take long                      2
love of the common people               2
mona lisas and mad hatters              2
wish you were here                      2

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 21:08:51 edt
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in a message dated 8/31/99 8:05:22 pm est, susan.brill@yale.edu writes:

<< american tune                           2 >>

i'd like to add 10 more votes to that and erase my vote for tangled up in
blue:)

pax, celeste:)

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 21:20:37 -0400
reply-to:     mark anthony donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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on wed, 1 sep 1999, sherlyn koo wrote:

> hey folks,
>
> this was posted to the newsgroup - please direct your replies
> to the original sender at adrian@popmem.demon.co.uk...
>
>
> indigo girls,  touch me fall  3.5 disk screensaver/game.    13.00
you can find this in dollar bins lol

> indigo girls, tour programme  writes of passage  mint       19.00
>
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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 22:12:21 edt
reply-to:     jilly c <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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a.
sleepover party at neil's!
rock on, good man.

b.
>if i remember right, which i don't, it's like a mezzanine thing
now you all are seeing the depth of my vocabulary.
which is just comparable to the kiddie wading pool.
what's a mezzanine thing?
tell me where this loge is, mr. neily or somebody.  are we screwed or what?

jill

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 22:27:48 edt
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>too bad they can't play wolf trap...an early october show wouldn't be too
>bad
>there...

this reminded me.
i have a boot of ani playing wolftrap.
at one point in the show, a note-- passed from hand to hand to the stage--
makes it to ani, and she reads it out loud.
"dear ani," it says
"thank you for reading this note, as instructed."
she laughs.  it continues on:
"to the people at wolftrap:
set the wolves free, damn you."

hee

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 22:46:52 edt
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hello chickadees and not-so-spring-chickens.

just got word that michelle malone will be performing, along with rose
polenzani, at rose's cd release party.
schuba's, chicago, sat 9/18.
showtime is 8pm.
tickets dirt cheap for such an array of vocal ingenuity: $8.
it's like a cozy little midwest daemon thang.

if you want to meet up with other listees,
email shelley-of-the-poison-pen at strange_fire66@hotmail.com .

plug plug plug
jill

and i said don't hold back
don't put up a fight
let them ellipses flow
to the screen all night.

(those grammar rules were tongue-in-cheek.  persimmon-in-mouth.
as in, ignore.  as in, jill's a smitty and is here for your comic relief but
your ultimate ignoral.  as in, i say uncle.)

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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 14:55:09 +1200
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on mon, 30 aug 1999 15:41:50   chance0631 wrote:
>i'm declaring sept 1 indigo girls fan appreciation day.  to commemorate,
>utilize their lessons, do something for someone less fortunate or in need.
>
>
well commeration day is almost over here... okay so its only 3pm... i couldnt think of anything stupendous to do so i thought i'd order some copies of the new ig cd for all my friends through amazon. the local cd store won't get it till like late october, so but now we'll get it a month early... ooo.. exciting....

what did you do??


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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 15:02:27 +1200
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ok a rose tangent here...

has anyone been to the daemon site and seen the picture they have of rose? it's an interesting one...hmm...

i dont suppose anyone out there in ig-land could send the webmaster a better one.?

hmm...l...

ps ellipses sux...errk

on tue, 31 aug 1999 22:46:52   jilly c wrote:
>hello chickadees and not-so-spring-chickens.
>
>just got word that michelle malone will be performing, along with rose
>polenzani, at rose's cd release party.
>schuba's, chicago, sat 9/18.
>showtime is 8pm.
>tickets dirt cheap for such an array of vocal ingenuity: $8.
>it's like a cozy little midwest daemon thang.
>

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:04:01 edt
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concertgoers trekking to see the girls in philly
will be treated to the opening set vocal gymnastics
of the sparkly freckly rose polenzani.

and the mighty massachusen elaine bean just got word that rose will be
playing at club passim (cambridge, mass) september 24.
call passim at 617/492-7679 for info, tickets,
'ohmygoshthankyouforbookingrose'-type-gushing, etc.

sock it to me folkie
jill

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:09:27 -0400
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> chickclick.com
> http://www.chickclick.com

though i've seen this url lots since this happened, for some strange
reason it jogged my memory just now - ok - the story:  on the baigl
list, i think it was none other than the susan b. marine that pointed
out that whenever she saw the url www.chickclick.com, all she could
think of and see were the words "chick lick".  interesting, n'est ce
pas?  freud would have a field day with that one.

elaine

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 20:13:18 -0700
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for fan appreciation day, i am going to use my last calling card to
call my best friend and let her know about the philly and d.c. concerts
and ask her to attend them with me.
  for my friends that aren't ig lovers, i am going online tomorrow and
sending them each a special little virtual card to thank them for
making sure i was/am ok at college, and to everyone i see in the halls
during school tomorrow, i am going to look them in the eyes and smile
and say "hello."
  maybe i can make their day a little better... hell, maybe i can make
a friend or two... lol
  lost in the big university without a roommate for another week...
stephanie

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:14:29 edt
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<< well commeration day is almost over here...  >>

um, today is tues. august 31st (in the us, that is)...

remember folks, "30 days has september / april, june and november / all the
rest have 31 / except the second one [february] alone."

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:16:46 edt
reply-to:     jilly c <jillyc@hotmail.com>
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yes, kiddies, that's right.  the mythical, illustrious meg toohey has some
tour daties for you, including shows with some names you've been hearing
thrown around these parts-- erin mckeown and pamela means.  i've never seen
pamela perform (somebody who has, speak up),
but i can tell you
you'd best not miss meg and erin together.
the two of them are a scream volleying banter back and forth.
the guitarwork will flip your little yearning-for-funk lid.
on the aesthetic side, the ladies are so swoon-worthy.
plus there's prince covers aplenty.
how can you lose?
definitely just go, have a listen.
you'll like what you hear, or i ain't
*j

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this from meg <orangerock@aol.com> :
in addition to putting together a new band, i had the pleasure of playing
guitar with the fabulous lori mckenna and wonder-woman kris delmhorst at the
lilith fair at mansfield and the newport folk festival! if you want to check
out a show with "the girls" , we are playing at the cambridge river fest on
the 11th around 12:30 pm. for more info either mail me, orangerock, or
guamusic@aol.

lots of shows coming up for september, some with the new band, some without.
here comes the listy...

:::::::::meghan toohey in september:::::::::::

3rd: lizard lounge: 9pm 21+ (band)
1667 mass ave (between harvard sq. and porter sq.)
(617)547 0579

also on the
3rd: club passim: 10:30pm (solo)
cutting edge campfire festival in the round
w/ the notorious erin mckeown, bleu, and guitar goddess leni stern
47 palmer st. harvard sq.
(617)492 7697

5th: club passim: 7:45 (solo)
cutting edge campfire festival in the round
w/dab pasternack, jabe, and pamela means

6th: milky way: (aka bella luna) 9pm (band)
w/ ms. pamela "means business" means
this place is a resturant/bowling alley/venue
good times a plenty!
403 centre st. jamaica plain

8th: midway cafe: 9pm 21+(band)
3496 washington st.
jp (617)524 9038

11th: plough & stars: 9pm 21+ (band)
w/ slide 912 mass ave
(617) 492 9653

finally... the big showalert!!!!
12th: club passim: 7:30pm (band)
we're going try and rock people out in this famous folk club!
w/ mike errico, brian seymour

http:/home.earthlink.net/~leaddaet/meg

more info??? gig suggestion????
love to give??? want to be removed????
mail meg toohey> orangerock@aol.com
or
guamusic@aol.com
love to youmeghan toohey live in sept.


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okay, i feel like a real dufus now!   when i read the ig fan appreciation day
post, i thought it said commemoration day is almost over.  duh!  pardon my
negligent waste of bandwidth (otherwise known as a brain fart)  :o)

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 21:30:05 -0600
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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> 1st ig album you heard/bought/what year:
> swamp ophelia, 1995

> favorite ig road song:
>  all of 1200 curfews, just cuz it's what i always listen to when i'm en
   route to seattle to see the girls (one more day, yippee!)

> album or song you identify w/ the most:
>   swamp ophelia, don't know why, it's just always been my fave album.

>
> favorite ig:
    there's no way i could ever answer that. they complement each other
    too well.

> how many time have you seen them in concert:
>   6 (almost 7) bumbershoot '95, the pier '97 (twice), missoula hte '97,
    paramount theater (seattle) '98 (twice), and bumbershoot '99 (again, i
    say, yippee!)

> ever met them:
>   no. couldn't come much closer tho. shook amy's hand as she got on the
    bus one night and had an extremely brief interaction with emily here
    in missoula, but certainly couldn't count it as meeting her. i think
    i'm forever doomed to come closer and closer and never actually do it.

amy m.

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okay, i promise there will be no errors in this post!  (this just is not my
night:)

for those of you who are fans of the dixie chicks, you will be happy to know
(if you don't already) that their new album came out today.  it is titled
"fly" and the reviews i have read (even here in nashville) have been glowing.
and, "goodbye earl" (which i have not yet heard) is on the album.  so, run
right out (or let your mouse do the walking) and buy the new album!  cdnow is
selling it for $12.58 right now, though there are no sound clips to listen to
yet (though the little sound clip icon is shown).

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:35:19 edt
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>a thread years ago that
>compared amy to axl, and theorized that maybe they're the same person
>(you've never seen them together have you?)?

wait, so you're telling me there's a triplet?
i thought it was just amy and neil finn.

and hey indigo-girls foremothers and fathers,
how old is this list, anyways?

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:32:14 -0400
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jilly c wrote:
>   i've never seen
> pamela perform (somebody who has, speak up),

i've seen pamela means a few times.  if you appreciate good - no, great
guitar work and smart lyrics, go see her.  i thought her guitar would
burst into flames  - ok, that's a bit dramatic, but the point is she
plucked them there geetar strings so skillfully and furiously and made
such urgent, passionate, beautiful music . . . she must be a graduate of
the melissa ferrick school of guitar excellence.

elaine

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:43:02 -0400
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goodbye earl is one awesome song...y'all who saw them perform it at lilith
can vouch for that!!


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subject: (nigc) dixie chicks' new album


> okay, i promise there will be no errors in this post!  (this just is not
my
> night:)
>
> for those of you who are fans of the dixie chicks, you will be happy to
know
> (if you don't already) that their new album came out today.  it is titled
> "fly" and the reviews i have read (even here in nashville) have been
glowing.
>  and, "goodbye earl" (which i have not yet heard) is on the album.  so,
run
> right out (or let your mouse do the walking) and buy the new album!  cdnow
is
> selling it for $12.58 right now, though there are no sound clips to listen
to
> yet (though the little sound clip icon is shown).
>
> peace!
>
> joan :-d
>
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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 23:39:18 -0400
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jilly c wrote:
>
> >a thread years ago that
> >compared amy to axl, and theorized that maybe they're the same person
> >(you've never seen them together have you?)?
>
> wait, so you're telling me there's a triplet?
> i thought it was just amy and neil finn.

what is the amy/neil f. connection?  there's a story there . . . oh,
jilly, please tell us.  oh, yes, please do!  we do so want to hear!!!!
i've only been around here for 2 (or is it 3?) years, and i guess i
missed it when it first was discussed.

>how old is this list, anyways?

probably about 9 or 10 years old.

elaine - going to bed now.

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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 15:50:42 +1200
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on tue, 31 aug 1999 23:39:18   elaine bean wrote:
>jilly c wrote:
>>
>> >a thread years ago that
>> >compared amy to axl, and theorized that maybe they're the same person
>> >(you've never seen them together have you?)?
>>
>> wait, so you're telling me there's a triplet?
>> i thought it was just amy and neil finn.
>
>what is the amy/neil f. connection?  there's a story there . . . oh,
>jilly, please tell us.  oh, yes, please do!  we do so want to hear!!!!
>i've only been around here for 2 (or is it 3?) years, and i guess i
>missed it when it first was discussed.
>
noooooooo!! not again!!

nothing more can be said, accept they are one in the same person... sherlyn can vouch for that... hummphm...

heh...


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>what is the amy/neil f. connection?

it's a conspiracy, man.  here's what i've come up with (and feel free to
post your own evidence).

first, there's the numerologic connection.
'amy' and 'ray' both have three letters; 'neil' and 'finn' both have four.
four minus three is one; you'll only see one of the two of them together
ever.
'indigo girls' has eleven letters. 'crowded house' has twelve.  eleven plus
twelve is thirty-three, which is how old amy was last year.

then there's the song titles:
ch/ ig:
world falls/ world where you live
touch me fall/ fall at your feet
cut it out/ mean to me
everything in its own time/ everything is good for you
three hits/ four seasons in one day
chickenman/ pineapple head

then there's the fashion.
neil's penchant for patterned shirts, i believe, is a direct
cross-hybridization of amy's tendency to mix her stripes.

plus they sorta look the same
from the back
from far away
if you squint.

it's true! i couldn't make this stuff up, man.

*j

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on mon, 30 aug 1999 15:41:50   chance0631 wrote:
>i'm declaring sept 1 indigo girls fan appreciation day.  to commemorate,
>utilize their lessons, do something for someone less fortunate or in need.
>chance
>
someone mentioned sending virtual cards... i remember this post from last week..

check this out for fun... you can send an indigo girl (or any number of
other artists) postcard including a clip of "get out the map".  go to
http://www.sonymusic.com/postcards/


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><< does anyone have any information about when the ig are coming to
>southern
>  california or the west coast in general?>>
>
>never! they hate me!

oooh but jess klein loves you.
i have tour dates.
you wanna me post?
i post.

*j


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when i suggested this day, i was thinking about what an impact we as a list
group could have if we all did something for someone else.  c'mon fans, what
would the girls do?  i live in a disabled community and tomorrow i am going
to the store, bank, and post office for those who are in wheelchairs, bed
ridden, or blind.  then i'm going to buy a meal for someone i know can't
afford one.
chance

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okay so i've seen some pics of amy's hair at newport folk festival 99 and i don't think it looks like blonde highlights or frosting... more copper highlights with auburn lowlights maybe...

heh...


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(and i promise i'll shut up after this post.)

some things of note:
a. catie.  obviously.
b. if you can, get to that cutting edge of the campfire thingie.
like, plow over anything standing in your way.  i'd turn downright murderous
for a boot of this thing.
c. ohmygod, mary lou lord has resurfaced?
d. keep your calendar planners ready-- voices on the verge hits the road
again in november.

and now, the news.-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
jess klein newsletter, sept/oct '99 tour dates
http://www.jessklein.com

after stokin' it up in the midwest with voices on the verge (beth
amsel, erin mckeown, rose polenzani), celebrating the daemon records
release of fellow songstress rose polenzani's "anybody" cd
(www.rosepolenzani.com), and folkin' around at the falcon ridge folk
festival this past july, jess is currently on the west coast, with some
last-minute gigs just added.

this upcoming tour finds jess at the somerville theatre on friday sept. 17,
opening for catie curtis - tickets available through ticketmaster at
617.931.2000. it promises to be a great show, as catie celebrates the
release of her latest cd, "a crash course in roses."

it's hurricane season, so it's only fitting that we report: a whirlwind of
emerging young artists and other more familiar performers
are forcasted to storm club passim this labor day weekend in the
3rd semi-annual cutting edge of the campfire music festival. featured acts
include: pamela means, lori mckenna, melissa ferrick,
lorna hunt, erin mckeown and many many more..
visit http://www.clubpassim.com for contact info and a full schedule.

*********************************
jess klein's tour dates - sept/oct:

thu 9/2 - the crepe place - santa cruz ca
1134 soquet ave, 831.429.6994

fri 9/3, 8:30pm - hotel utah - san francisco ca
500 4th st, 415.541.0960

sat 9/4, 8pm - morgan's coffee & tea - monterey ca
498 washington st, 831.373.1479

fri 9/10, 8pm - mother earth's cafe - albany, ny
518.434.0944 , split bill w/ tina crapsi

sat 9/11,  10pm - alfred university - alfred ny
powell campus center, solo

fri 9/17, 7pm - somerville theatre - somerville ma
opening for catie curtis, order tickets through
ticketmaster: 617.931.2000 or http://www.ticketmaster.com

thu 9/23, 7pm - iron horse - northampton ma
triple bill w/ jennifer kimball and mary lou lord
jess goes on first, 413.584.3177

fri 9/24, 8:30pm - me & thee coffeehouse - marblehead ma
split bill with lori mckenna, 781.631.8987

sat 9/25 - newton colony / wxpn arts & music family festival
collingswood nj - 603.338.9000, http://www.newparkent.com

sun 9/26, 4pm - soundsmith - jamaica plain ma
55 amory st, 617.354.0700 x4418

sat 10/2, 3:30pm - revolving musuem: end of the world festival
cambridge ma - hosted by crash 22 - check out their website at
http://www.crash22.com for more info on this amazing event, chock
full o' theatre, music, art, and more..

sat 10/16 - new moon coffeehouse - haverhill ma
time tba; respond show w/ others

fri 10/22, 9pm - wellesley college - wellesley ma
molly's pub, 781.283.3414

sat 10/23, 7:30 & 10:30pm - tin angel - philadelphia pa
opening for katryna & nerissa nields, 215.928.0770

****************************
in other righteous indie news, check out the brandspankinew 2nd-cd release,
"radiofusebox," from former ani-difranco drummer/sidekick, andy stochansky.

and did someone say "studio"?
this fall, jess locks herself in a large glass room to make more music
of which all yous guys can take home and listen to.  more to come on that.

*********************************
we truly rejoice at the idea of you feeling most free to forward this
little newsletter - or portions thereof - to lists, lovers, friends,
family, teachers, students and anyone else whom you deem worthy
and appropriate.

email all your general questions, comments, inquiries, complaints and
requests to: guamusic@aol.com. to [un]subscribe to this list, just send us
an email with "subscribe jess list" or "unsubscribe jess list" in the
subject line.

serious booking & management inquiries should be directed to:
gdunger@aol.com, 617.524.0094

purchase jess klein's 1998 cd release, "wishes well disguised," on the
internet at http://www.folkweb.com, or by sending a check for $16.50 to:
motherlode records - po box 38064 - cambridge ma  02238-0647.

thank you, and be well.
hope to see you at a show!

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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 22:55:44 -0700
reply-to:     hawke2@email.msn.com
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from:         ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
subject:      re: fw: wristbands at bumbershoot
x-to:         "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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> -----original message-----
> so...does anyone know when the gates of bumbershoot open officially?

however the gates to memorial stadium (where the girls are playing) don't
open til 6 (no other acts there on friday beside ig's opening act: ph
blanace)

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
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date:         tue, 31 aug 1999 22:22:36 +0100
reply-to:     john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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from:         john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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ok, you can feel free to throw this idea back in my faces and laugh
loudly if you feel it's stupid, but hear me out first...

considering the ig aren't very likely to tour the uk sometime soon, i
was wondering whether it would be a good idea to have a listmeet for the
album release (i can hear giggling at the back... hear me out for a
second...). i'm thinking it would involve deciding on a reasonably large
record store, meeting there (after arranging a time, etc...), all buying
the album all at the same time (probably scaring the wits out of the
person serving us :) ), and then all going for a drink or something to
eat afterwards...

i'm quietly moving back into my little corner now, before the flames
start...

john.
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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 19:25:24 +0900
reply-to:     "karen, the big bad bitch of japan" <prochoicer@gurlmail.com>
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ok, so i thought i'd spread my joy.

so today i am in osaka and i am in this big international cd store.  so what should i find, but two indigo girls cds!  ok, yeah, i have them already (sots and swamp-o), but just *seeing* them there made me feel so at home though i am so faraway.  i guess that they have a small fan base over here -- i just need to find them!!!

anyway, they should plan a huge asian tour!!!  i'd die to see them over here.

ok, anyway...

:-) karen

ps- for my good deed for fan day i actually did something.  see, at home i volunteer for planned parenthood, but i can't do that home.  i miss it!  but anyway, i translated for my friend who speaks no japanese today.  she would have been lost without me because they don't speak english at the bank...  so yeah, small thing, but it helped someone...


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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 09:18:46 -0400
reply-to:     bean@neu.edu
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from:         elaine bean <bean@neu.edu>
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              360 huntington ave., boston, ma  02115
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sherlyn koo wrote:
>
> hey folks,
>
> it was mentioned on the big list that you can now pre-order
> "come on now social" at amazon (http://www.amazon.com),
> for us$14.99.  the release date for the album is september 28.

last nite i went to amazon.com to place this order.  what i did was a
search for the indigo girls, and when the screen listing all their
albums that you could order came up, come on now social was nowhere to
be found.  has anyone actually ordered it?  do you have to go to some
other place to place this order?

elaine

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date:         wed, 1 sep 1999 09:09:18 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
date: wed, 8 sep 1999 15:07:02 +0000
from: "l-soft list server at netspace.org (1.8d)" <listserv@netspace.org>
subject:      file: "indigo-girls log9909a"
to: underdog@earthlink.net

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hkf's,

good morning for those western hemisper-ers out there like moi...  just
added a new date to my site courtesy of the pollstar site:
http://www.pollstar.com/

10/22/99  athens, ga   university of georgia  (onsale-?)

stereo popsicle opens the show, plus they open a bunch of shows in late
september (see pollstar).  please let me/us know of any onsale information
for this show.

thanks,
a+e=ig

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reply-to:     angie hullett <bahullett@yahoo.com>
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from:         angie hullett <bahullett@yahoo.com>
subject:      nashville tickets up for grabs
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hello everybody!

i have got 3 tickets to the 9/24 concert in nashville, tn that i am
going to be unable to use.  they are in section 103, row r, seats
1,2,3. i paid $32.50 per ticket plus tickmaster fees of $5.00 per
ticket.

i'll let them go for just the face value of the tickets. i might even
consider taking a little less in cash if someone has some good ig stuff
to trade.

i really want the tickets to be used and by a true fan.  i am just
sorry i am not going to be able to attend.  but don't feel too sorry
for me ... i did manage to snag front row seats for the birmingham
show!

please email me at bahullett@yahoo.com as soon as possible if you are
interested.

thanks,
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from:         tracy hart <thart@acpub.duke.edu>
subject:      opener for davidson show?
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it seems to me that someone already asked this question, but i don't
remember seeing the answer pop up on digest. so i ask again:

does anyone know who's opening for ig at the davidson college concert
october 2nd?

thanks y'all!


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subject:      my shades of indigo bootleg offer
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mornin' everyone.  those of you who are deciding to take advantage of my
bootleg offer - if at all possible, if you'd like to make a donation for the
artwork, please mail me a buck with the blank cdr - whew! artwork is more
expensive than i thought - those cd labels especially! - they're like 50
cents each! and those ink cartridges get empty faster than i'd imagined. who
knew?  but i do enjoy doing it - and i want to preserve and share the
original artwork, and they *do* look great - so, if you want to contribute,
please do.  if ya can't swing it, no biggie, you'll still get your disc,
artwork and all.  it's a labor of love after all.

still wanting *good* tickets to raleigh,

tara

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> >also...my girlfriend and i got engaged!!! now to
> >decide on a wedding song. suggestions?
>

ok - this is a two step answer :

1. i strongly, strongly suggest the song "the right place" by eddi reader.

and...

2. knowing tat you'll probably never be able to find this song, i'm willing
to boot it off the album, and send it over asap.

just tell me your home addy, and i'll be happy to move it along...

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the loge is probably the best "sound" in the house.  usually it's the first
balcony in the front, so you can see well and hear well.   you're not
screwed... unless this theatre is one that calls the nosebleed section the
"loge" so people don't feel so bad about their sucky seats...  don't worry.
i'd be happy with loge... it's just not the front.

--theresa

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date: tuesday, august 31, 1999 7:13 pm
subject: re: philly show stuff...


>a.
>sleepover party at neil's!
>rock on, good man.
>
>b.
>>if i remember right, which i don't, it's like a mezzanine thing
>now you all are seeing the depth of my vocabulary.
>which is just comparable to the kiddie wading pool.
>what's a mezzanine thing?
>tell me where this loge is, mr. neily or somebody.  are we screwed or what?
>
>jill
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>plus they sorta look the same
>from the back
>from far away
>if you squint.


it probably has to be raining, too.  right??

theresa

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>
> and hey indigo-girls foremothers and fathers,
> how old is this list, anyways?

this list was started by nikki pantelius on a server at mit
back in the summer of 1990.  i joined that september.
so elaine was pretty accurate in her guess of about 9 years.

what a long strange trip it's been.

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on wed, 1 sep 1999, jilly c wrote:

> c. ohmygod, mary lou lord has resurfaced?

those in the boston area who would like to see mary lou lord
will have a chance on september 24.  she is part of a benefit concert
for respond inc at the somerville theatre.  patty larkin is
headlining, and jennifer kimball will also play (wouldnt
be surprised if catie curtis also turned up, but that's purely
speculation on my part).

for those unfamiliar with respond:  respond inc is a battered womens
shelter in somerville ma.  last year, a collection called respond
was released, featuring 2 cds of boston area women singer-songwriters,
to benefit the shelter.  it's an excellent collection and has
made a huge impact, even being featured in major articles in
billboard magazine a couple of times. it's priced as a single
cd and includes a lot of the people you see talked about on
this list:  patty larkin, jennifer kimball, jess klein, mary lou
lord, catie curtis, pamela means, and many others.  for more
detail, visit www.signature-sounds.com.

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ig & uga!!!!!! the rumour is out!!!!!! university of georgia homecoming!!!!!
<katie dances around her square inch of dorm> oh my gosh!!!!!!! wohoo!!!
okay, whew. sorry. thanks for letting me let that out. ;) anybody know about
tickets? i guess i should know since i work in the president's office @ uga,
eh? what if they came to my office to meet the president?!?! ahhhhh!!!  how
totally cool. you guys are the best.

have a incredible day.

love,
katie :) :) :)

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on mon, 30 aug 1999 10:46:15 -0400 deb.radziewicz@unisys.com writes:
<snippy>

>> favorite ig:
>it's hard to say... emily's poignant, poetic lyrics grasp my heart and
>hold it tight.  and amy's gut-wrenching honesty and vivid pain speak
volumes about what i can't often voice.

<snippy>
>
>-- deb (loba)
>
i'm so glad you wrote that deb, speaking particularly to your statement
that amy often "speak[s] volumes about what [one] can't often voice."  i
was just having thoughts similar to that and since you've  touched on
what i wanted to post about anyway, here goes...

one's identification with or preference for one or both indigo girl...
what drives it?  for me, i've come to understand that i most admire amy
(over emily) because of (as deb has so eloquently described) her ability
to express herself so vividly and openly, not to mention the fact that
she chooses to bare her soul to thousands upon thousands of strangers
night after night after night...  and, i latch on to this ability to be
so "forward," honest, and free... i admire it, i covet it...  precisely
because (much, much) more often than not i am just the opposite...
always one to keep feelings hidden (from others *and* myself) and/or not
able to express my feelings appropriately...  and, i've also
light-heartedly pondered the impact that amy's public "emotion-fests"
have on her personal life, i.e. perhaps she also is not very emotive on a
personal level, and is only able to express so effectively on stage (the
whole "artist-y" kind of thing...)

but, *enough* of my personal-life-invasions and psycho-babble...

my question is this...  do you think/feel that you (or others in general)
identify with or admire one or both indigo girls because they are a
reflection of yourself or because they exhibit some quality/ability you
aspire to possess or both, or neither, or sometimes this and sometimes
that, or what?!  (for me, it's all about aspirations) are you inspired by
your opposite, or are you affirmed by your like?  you know, do opposites
attract or what?!  (in my long drawn-out way)  curious to see what others
think...

peace, melissa
(hoping i'm not sounding too wacked-out...)


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since no one posted these, i'll post what pamela and i came up with.  there
were some words and lines we absolutely could not get.  maybe a group
effort would help!

<?i'm going to get red colored shoes?>
the ones that hardy ever get used
<?i'm adding them to?> my whole collection
i'm picking you a special selection
no news is good news maybe we'll hear today
i feel no ill there's time to kill
and i want to play

let's make peace tonight
moon is there and shining bright
let's make peace tonight
and have a good time

i'm calling up my good friends today
drive's about an hour away
we're pitching up a tent by the trees
we're wading in the river to our knees
the rows have been planted and we're checking out the yield
two black dogs and a white one running through the field

let's make peace tonight
moon is there and shining bright
let's make peace tonight
and have a good time

used to have some money but we spent it
so when we want to have it then we rent it
we're cutting up the rug and i know you love me
the best of everyting is free
things get messy and we tidy up the room
we'll be no stranger to the dustpan and the broom

let's make peace tonight
moon is there and shining bright
let's make peace tonight
and have a good time
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>from: amy j. putnam <pegasus@crl.com>
>
>this list was started by nikki pantelius on a server at mit
>back in the summer of 1990.
>
>what a long strange trip it's been.

touche.

what's the lineage of the list ownership again?  i'm starting to forget.

nikki pantelius [1990-?]
stephen spencer [?-?]
sherilyn koo [?-?]
jen lucero [?-?]


seems like i'm leaving somebody out, but i can't recall at the moment.

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i must now apologise for my modem...

it's been having problems for the past few days, so i might have sent
out multiple postings to people on the list : don.t worry, the offending
piece of technology is being threatened with repeated screenings of
"spiceworld : the movie"(rented, of course).... i'll break it's will
eventually... ;)

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>
> what's the lineage of the list ownership again?  i'm starting to forget.
>
> nikki pantelius [1990-?]
> stephen spencer [?-?]
> sherilyn koo [?-?]
> jen lucero [?-?]

stephen had it twice so there was an in between someone...i
cant recall who, either. see what being on the lsit forever
will do to ya?


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i must now apologise for my modem...

it's been having problems for the past few days, so i might have sent
out multiple postings to people on the list : don.t wox-mozilla-status: 0009ece of technology is being threatened with repeated screenings of
"spiceworld : the movie"(rented, of course).... i'll break it's will
eventually... ;)

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> > what's the lineage of the list ownership again?  i'm starting to
forget.
> >
> > nikki pantelius [1990-?]
> > stephen spencer [?-?]
> > sherilyn koo [?-?]
> > jen lucero [?-?]

wasn't jude hunter co-owner sometime b/f ms koo?


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this album rawks! i second the emotion, go out and buy it now! now, i say!
the rest of your e-mail messages will wait! do it now!

ok sorry about that. i think i've got the pre-ig crazies. (2 more days,
woo hoo!)

amy m.

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at 12:50 pm 09/01/99 , you wrote:
> >
> > what's the lineage of the list ownership again?  i'm starting to forget.
> >
> > nikki pantelius [1990-?]
> > stephen spencer [?-?]
> > sherilyn koo [?-?]
> > jen lucero [?-?]
>
>stephen had it twice so there was an in between someone...i
>cant recall who, either. see what being on the lsit forever
>will do to ya?

hetzel, the guy who released kristen hall's rls before daemon picked it
up.  miserable period, he didn't have time to admin it.

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at 06:53 pm 08/30/99 , poprckgrrl@aol.com wrote:
>i can't think of very many places worse than the patriot center to play...the
>acoustics are terrible...

yeah... they played patriot center a few years ago (rop tour?) and it was
pretty bad.  constitution hall is the only other place i can think of that
would be about the right size, though.  they spoiled us with all those
summer tours. :-)

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i'm looking for a boot and pictures from milwaukee lilith.

also looking for pictures taken at the following shows:
waterloo
saratoga
newport (i especially want a nice shot of the stage itself.  i loved that
it was set against that fort!  next year i'll bring my own camera)

check out my bootlist (url in my sig) for what i have to trade.  thanks!
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susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu> wrote:
hi everyone!<br><br>here is the latest fantasy set list from our group!

ok. i absolutely love the idea of making it into a cd. and i'm going to enter
a frantic request for keeper of my heart. also, just for fun, another cover
idea i came up with in my anthro. class this afternoon:
dance, dance, dance by the steve miller band. wouldnt that be great?
also, shameless by billy joel with vocal concentration on amy....
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hi everyone,

i hope that someone can answer this question, it may be stupid, but i am
curious to know.  i copied this listing for the indigo girls new album, a
limited edition.  what is the difference between a cd listed as limited and
one that is not.  at the bottom it says the limited one has a digipak, what
is this and is this what makes the two different?  any information is much
appreciated.

thanks,
sue


      $17.97cd

shipping within u.s. and its territories only.

# album

liquid audio player


come on now social [ltd. ed.] * [9/28]


artist:
label:
released:
disks:
type:
indigo girls
epic
9/28/99
1
studio album
digipak
lmtd. ed.


go - (with joan osborne)
soon to be nothing
gone again
trouble
sister
peace tonight
ozilline
we are together
cold beer and remote control
compromise
andy
fay tucker
sister - (reprise)
philosophy of loss - (hidden track)


guest artist: joan osborne; garth hudson; sheryl crow; me'shell ndegeocello;
natacha atlas

producers: john reynolds; malcolm burn

engineers:

production notes: this is a limited edition digipak, manufactured with
recycled paper. indigo girls: amy, emily. additional personnel includes: joan
osborne, sheryl crow, me'shell ndegeocello, natacha atlas, kate shellenbach,
garth hudson.

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yes, thats right my fellow texas listies! i have pasted the following
anouncment from a local radio station below. as you can see ig and the
wonderful melissa etheridge are coming to town.  i will keep my trusty eyes
and ears open for more info, when i have it i'll post it. for now we can
rejoice and dance the hot nights away! til then i will be praying to the
great indigo gods; "please let them play in dallas, please let it be dallas".
if not, have car will travel.  okie i'm off, have a great day all!

coming soon! listen for details:

elvis costello
indigo girls - end of october
better than ezra - late october
melissa etheridge - november

-di :o)

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pop music review: lilith fair

               by timothy finn - the kansas city star
               date: 08/27/99 22:15

               i'm guessing that teachers somewhere, at some time, had
this to say
               about each performer at this year's lilith fair: "she
plays well with
               others."

               thursday's third annual, and supposedly last, eight-hour
women's
               music festival lived up to its hype and expectations for a
lot of
               reasons but especially for the genuine feeling of
sisterhood that filled
               the main stage.

               just before the dixie chicks sang "you were mine," for
example,
               our own show-me chick, sheryl crow, came out to add some
               accordion licks and backup vocals. three songs later, the
indigo
               girls and kelly willis entered stage right and added
vocals to "wide
               open spaces," though willis looked a bit intimidated by
the joyous
               scene.

               the chicks have taken new-country's stiff, dull traditions
and added
               some familiar spice and glamour: bits of madonna, shania
twain,
               tlc. they're also well-schooled musicians, especially
sisters emily
               robison and martie seidel, who showed their blue-ribbon
bluegrass
               skills during the blazing instrumental "roanoke."

               the girls followed the chicks, and they rewarded their
fans with
               three of their most-loved tunes: "galileo," "love's
recovery" and
               "closer to fine." the last appeared to send some women in
the
               front sections into another spiritual dimension. one of
the best
               moments of the girls' set, though, was when the band k's
choice
               joined in on a feverish cover of neil young's "rockin' in
the free
               world."

               crow opened with several of her better-known songs, first
"a
               change" and "my favorite mistake" (sipping red wine
between
               each song), and then "if it makes you happy." the chicks
came
               out to help on "strong enough" before crow covered the
guns n'
               roses tune "sweet child o' mine."

               sarah mclachlan, the festival's founder, finished the
evening with a
               set of songs she's been playing in concert for nearly
three years
               straight. most are on her latest blockbuster record,
"mirrorball."

               if they're tired of playing tunes such as "sweet
surrender" or
               "building a mystery," she and her band didn't sound like
it. other
               songs ("ice cream," "hold on") got warm responses, too.
but the
               best moment of mclachlan's set was the finale, when every
               performer came out for a fervid, gospel-type cover of bob
dylan's
               "i shall be released." by its end, crow was atop the
piano, on her
               back, pumping her accordion and laughing.

               mclachlan has said this lilith fair will be the last.
having made her
               point emphatically -- that women are creating some of the
best
               music around -- she can walk away knowing it exceeded
everyone's
               expectations.

               but given all the fun (and money) generated here, don't be
surprised
               if someone decides to do this all over again next summer.

               to reach timothy finn, pop music writer for the star, call
(816)
               234-4781 or send e-mail to tfinn@kcstar.com

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"we start full force in september," saliers said, "and we'll go up until
> the holiday season.  we may go back to australia at the beginning of the
> year.  we're planning on doing some (outdoor shows), some college dates,
> some rock 'n' roll club tours."

ahem?  australia????????   thank the indigo gods (goddess')!
i can't wait for 2000!  :-)

have a great day y'all

maddie

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hi all,

this is really strange.  i know that if they play uga, they will be
playing legion field.  the weird thing is that i just checked the univ.
union calender today and there is no mention.  any other dawgs out there
who know more than me please update.  i'll check at the cashier's desk at
the tate student center tomorrow (after i stand in line for several hours
for football tix).  i will try to email the list from campus and let you
know.

back to the books!

allison

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anyone up for an ig - australia pilgrimage?

melissa
"summer in january -- yeah!"

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> "we start full force in september," saliers said, "and we'll go up until
> > the holiday season.  we may go back to australia at the beginning of the
> > year.  we're planning on doing some (outdoor shows), some college dates,
> > some rock 'n' roll club tours."
>
> ahem?  australia????????   thank the indigo gods (goddess')!
> i can't wait for 2000!  :-)
>
> have a great day y'all
>
> maddie
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melissa wrote:
>my question is this...  do you think/feel that you (or others in general)
>identify with or admire one or both indigo girls because they are a
>reflection of yourself or because they exhibit some quality/ability you
>aspire to possess or both, or neither, or sometimes this and sometimes
>that, or what?!  (for me, it's all about aspirations) are you inspired by
>your opposite, or are you affirmed by your like?  you know, do opposites
>attract or what?!  (in my long drawn-out way)  curious to see what others
>think...

as you all know, i too connect with amy. and yes i believe it is because she
reminds me of myself in the way she is able to express what she is feeling
with her words. however, i also admire the way that she lives, giving time
and effort to all of the causes that she believes in. i being in the place
in my life that i am, do not have and outlet to do those things, and it
warms my heart to know that if given the chance, i could help change the
world and make it a better place instead of just working to pay the bills.
it gives me hope that one day i will be able to make a difference. for now,
i only watch amy be the person that i long to be.

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in a message dated 9/1/99 7:31:31 pm eastern daylight time, melissa@ce1.com
writes:

<< anyone up for an ig - australia pilgrimage? >>

i'm *up* for it, i just can't go...
*dreams, they rescue me...*
=o
~ elizabeth

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in a message dated 9/1/99 12:07:02 pm eastern daylight time,
indigo-virago@juno.com writes:

<< my question is this...  do you think/feel that you  identify with or
admire one or both indigo girls because they are areflection of yourself or
because they exhibit some quality/ability you aspire to possess or both, or
neither, or sometimes this and sometimes that, or what?!  are you inspired by
your opposite, or are you affirmed by your like?  you know, do opposite
attract or what?!  >>

good question!  i "identify" more with emily because she writes how i feel,
yet  would never be able to express.  all of the songs that mean something to
me turn out to be emily songs.  i love amy, i find her more attractive and
her music tends to make me want to get up and fight or something, but emily
speaks volumes to my heart.  i just adore her for the words that she chooses.
i guess that i do aspire to posess that ability; to express how i feel in
such a beautiful way so that others can understand and relate if they, too,
have felt that way.  so in short, for me it would have to be "affirmed by the
like".
whew, and not one ellipse. yay me!
mary

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in a message dated 8/31/99 8:01:42 pm, you wrote:

<<the indigo girls have never been shy about their political stances and are
currently working on a boycott of the phillip morris company, best known
for its marlboro cigarettes, as well as virginia slims and others.  ray
said that tobacco companies have lost so many of their advertising
avenues that they've started doing things like giving money to local
charities to improve their community profiles.

"it's kind of like you're donating money to an aids organization, or a
gay-oriented organization even, and at the same time you're giving money
to the campaigns of right-wing political candidates who are gutting
welfare and aids research and medicare.  it's back ass-wards!"

"virginia slims has been sponsoring these dueling divas rock-off contests
with women's bands and the winners get some money and some local
charities get some money," ray said.  "and so basically, we're trying to
say to these bands, 'don't do these contests, they're buying you.'  we're
trying to influence organizations to reapproach who they take money from.
because it's dirty money.">>

i realize that this list is usually an indigo love-fest, but i find it very
odd and disrespectful for amy and emily to talk about this issue without
mentioning leslie nuchow and the slam! concert held in nyc april of 1998.
leslie nuchow was the pioneer in the music business who took a stand against
philip morris. .i'm not suggesting that amy and emily are taking credit where
credit isn't due. but to leave out such a vital person in the stand against
philip morris is just not right.

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hey, all!

awn-michelle wrote:
but i find it very
> odd and disrespectful for amy and emily to talk about this issue without
> mentioning leslie nuchow and the slam! concert held in nyc april of 1998.
> leslie nuchow was the pioneer in the music business who took a stand
against
> philip morris. .i'm not suggesting that amy and emily are taking credit
where
> credit isn't due. but to leave out such a vital person in the stand
against
> philip morris is just not right.

        i agree. i saw leslie open for sonia, of disappear fear, in feb. 1998, and
she talked at length about her slam! concert. but also, in defense of a&e,
perhaps the writer and/or editor didn't know who leslie nuchow was, and
just left her out.
deb

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i snipped this from the mle list, which forwarded a post melissa sent to the
aol message board.  i love melissa, but i'm not sure i'm willing to pay that
kind of money.  i find it disappointing, personally.  any thoughts?

peace!

joan

<< also i am afraid you will be aghast at the new ticket prices this year.
because i am doing these smaller venues we are raising the prices. i think
bottom prices will be $55 to the top price of $75. i know it is steep, but
these will be very special shows. i will do different songs every night. it
will be a very close up show. the prices will be slightly lower this summer
for the larger venues. >>

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here is one of my poems, i think this says it better:

i hear your words,
filled with anger and passion,
your call to action makes me stand, shout
and deny all those who apose you and i.
it is not a sign that i want to carry,
but a cross representing
the love, mercy and forgiveness
that you and christ have preached about.
why is it that i can't seem to reach that place
in my life that enables me to make a difference?
why is it always a confusing battle that i fight
between god, love, passion and equality
that leads me to this place of confusion?
and still, here i sit,
listening to your angry passionate words,
wondering if you,
the one who is living the life i so desire to live,
fighting the battles i wish i could fight,
have all the answers to the questions and
problems that we all share as human beings,
wondering if you know,
why we love?

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>> "we start full force in september," saliers said, "and we'll go up until
>> > the holiday season.  we may go back to australia at the beginning of the
>> > year.  we're planning on doing some (outdoor shows), some college dates,
>> > some rock 'n' roll club tours."
>>
>> ahem?  australia????????   thank the indigo gods (goddess')!

come to japan!  come to japan!

damn, all i can say is that they better be somewhere that i am, in the near future.  i will be in japan till jan.  then i will ba back in the states till june.  then i will be back in japan after june...

*maybe* i could possibly catch them in australia.  same side of the world, right?  ;-)

i am going through major withdrawl here!

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i haven't actually *heard* this song yet, but after seeing the lyrics
for the first time, my first reaction was that it reminds me of a sort
of nighttime "get out the map"...hmm.  em certainly knows how
to write an earthy-type song (and we love her for it!). any other thoughts?
peace tonight, y'all...
- ponygrrrl

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date:         thu, 2 sep 1999 12:11:21 +1000
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from:         sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

sue asked:
>curious to know.  i copied this listing for the indigo girls new album, a
>limited edition.  what is the difference between a cd listed as limited and
>one that is not.  at the bottom it says the limited one has a digipak, what
>is this and is this what makes the two different?  any information is much

this is the same thing that happened with the release of the last
couple of albums - they will release the cd in two formats, jewel
(plastic) case and digipak (cardboard case).  the packaging may be
slightly different but there won't be any difference between the
cds themselves (eg for sots, the booklet was glued to the cardboard
case in a rather annoying fashion).  i believe both versions even
had the same serial number the last time... ?

the digipak is limited edition because i think they only make a
limited number - ie, once all the digipaks are sold, all that will
be available are jewel case.  if they have to reprint, they will
only reprint in jewel case.  the digipak will probably not be a
collector's item though - last time they made heaps, so they
weren't hard to get hold of (or at least, i ended up with
several extra)...

(this is all speculation based on what happened with so and sots
though, so i could be wrong...)

a couple of other things:

1) another possible australian tour, whoohoo!  sonia of disappear
fear will also be gracing our shores again early in 2000 - it's
going to be another great year.  anybody coming to sydney is more
than welcome to stay with me, as long as you're not allergic to
cats...

2) list owner history (from memory):

- niki pantelias... 1990 - 199x
- stephen spencer... 199x - 1994 (i'm not sure when this
        changeover happened)
- alan "dorn" hetzel... briefly in 1994
- stephen spencer again.  at that point the list was called
        "ctf" - i think that was the only time this list
        *wasn't* called "indigo-girls"... 1994 - 1995
- a brief period of having two versions of the list, one run
        by jude shabry at netspace.org (this list), one by
        myself.  after a few weeks i shut down my list in
        favour of hers... 1995
- jude shabry... 1995 - 1997
- myself & jude shabry... 1997 - 1998
- jen lucero... 1998 onwards.  yay jen. :)

it's hard to believe that it's more than five years ago that
i joined the list for the first time... time flies...

that's more than enough from me... cheers,
sherlyn
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  but the way i feel tonight, it's like i'm already there..."
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date:         thu, 2 sep 1999 12:13:13 +1000
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hey folks,

some information from the news-only list (thanks jude
*grin*)...

-sherlyn

---begin forwarded message---
>from: hunterj1@aol.com
>date: wed, 1 sep 1999 10:32:59 edt
>subject: re: "come on now social" pre-order at amazon
>
>in a message dated 9/1/99 1:31:35 am eastern daylight time,
sherlyn@fl.net.au
>writes:
>
>> "come on now social" at amazon (http://www.amazon.com),
>>  for us$14.99.  the release date for the album is september 28.
>
>
>i just ordered it from cdnow for $9.99.  ok, it was 12.98 by the time i paid
>postage.
>
>jude :)
>

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i'm in.  it sounds like a good b-day present to me.  i'm jan 24, so i never
get to go swimming on my birthday.  maybe i can even go diving down
under --er there --- uh you know, oh come on! get your mind outa the gutter.

nancy

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hey iggheads

this week's boston phoenix (newspaper) has a really cool half-page ad for
the lowell show.

i scanned it, the part with the girls, because it's purty.

http://www.angelfire.com/ma/artemis9/indigo.html

luv
h

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<< i realize that this list is usually an indigo love-fest, but i find it very
odd and disrespectful for amy and emily to talk about this issue without
mentioning leslie nuchow and the slam! concert held in nyc april of 1998.
leslie nuchow was the pioneer in the music business who took a stand against
philip morris. .i'm not suggesting that amy and emily are taking credit where
credit isn't due. but to leave out such a vital person in the stand against
philip morris is just not right. >>

didn't ig play a slam! benefit a couple of years ago?  i wonder if they are
still involved with that.  this is interesting.

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hey, again,
> didn't ig play a slam! benefit a couple of years ago?  i wonder if they are
> still involved with that.  this is interesting.
        yes, it was organized by leslie nuchow. i'm a big fan, i guess that's why i'm plugging her here a couple times tonight.
deb

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testing

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
peace love & indigo light
beccie lyon

move me, thrill me,
take me out of my existence and show me the stars.

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sorry about that guys, i just couldn't believe that there was no ig mail in
my inbox this morning, i thought the list was down. ....remember just 26
days till new ig!!!!!!!

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
peace love & indigo light
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what's the lineage of the list ownership again?  i'm starting to
forget.
> >
> > nikki pantelius [1990-?]
> > stephen spencer [?-?]
> > sherilyn koo [?-?]
> > jen lucero [?-?]

wasn't jude hunter co-owner sometime b/f ms koo?


no, t'was not i.  we were on the list at the same time but she was jude and
she went to brown university....sherlyn knows...was in '95 when i joined the
list.

jude :)

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hkf's,

straight from the official site:
"...the oct. 9th date at suny has been cancelled. another show in the area
will be scheduled soon."

also, the 10/8/99 show in dc at the patriot center is onsale today!  tickets
go onsale in one hour at 10:00am.  the number is (703)573-seat and this
information can be found via my site (sig) or on ticketmaster.  go, go, go!

8-)
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i find myself at odds with ig on this issue.  i played a dueling divas
contest last year with my band.  phillip morris was generous to the bands,
and to the charities.  and i'm from richmond, va, home of phillip morris.
our economy depends on tobacco.  sad truth.  and i'm pretty tired of the
company getting 'slammed' for responding to consumer demand.  people smoke.
another sad truth.  i used to.  so did a&e, though i don't know if they
still do or not.  phillip morris is just a company responding to consumer
demand like any other company.  yes smoking is unhealthy, and every smoker
knows it.  it's printed right on the package.  other big companies give to
charities, why shouldn't phillip morris do their share?  i think it's
assinine to chastise someone for giving money to worthy causes, no matter
what you sell.  people don't *have* to buy cigarrettes.  phillip morris does
not kidnap people and force them to smoke.  the demand is there, and they
provide a product.  i don't know what the statistics are, but i don't see
people suing anheiser busch when they lose family to liver cirrosis or drunk
driving.   pisses me off all this stuff coming down on the tobacco industry.
it reminds me of when people ban books instead of just letting people choose
what to read.  and in a round-about sorta way, the whole ig stance is kinda
interesting considering tobacco use was taught to us by native americans.
anyhow.  thanks for letting me vent.  like ya had a choice...

-tara

> -----original message-----
> from: dawn-michelle pallo [smtp:w00ds0ng@aol.com]
> sent: wednesday, september 01, 1999 8:09 pm
> to:   indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject:      re: news! ig article in boulder's colorado daily
>
> in a message dated 8/31/99 8:01:42 pm, you wrote:
>
> <<the indigo girls have never been shy about their political stances and
> are
> currently working on a boycott of the phillip morris company, best known
> for its marlboro cigarettes, as well as virginia slims and others.  ray
> said that tobacco companies have lost so many of their advertising
> avenues that they've started doing things like giving money to local
> charities to improve their community profiles.
>
> "it's kind of like you're donating money to an aids organization, or a
> gay-oriented organization even, and at the same time you're giving money
> to the campaigns of right-wing political candidates who are gutting
> welfare and aids research and medicare.  it's back ass-wards!"
>
> "virginia slims has been sponsoring these dueling divas rock-off contests
> with women's bands and the winners get some money and some local
> charities get some money," ray said.  "and so basically, we're trying to
> say to these bands, 'don't do these contests, they're buying you.'  we're
> trying to influence organizations to reapproach who they take money from.
> because it's dirty money.">>
>
> i realize that this list is usually an indigo love-fest, but i find it
> very
> odd and disrespectful for amy and emily to talk about this issue without
> mentioning leslie nuchow and the slam! concert held in nyc april of 1998.
> leslie nuchow was the pioneer in the music business who took a stand
> against
> philip morris. .i'm not suggesting that amy and emily are taking credit
> where
> credit isn't due. but to leave out such a vital person in the stand
> against
> philip morris is just not right.
>
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i'm with tara.  our society is going around pointing fingers at everybody
and refusing to take personal responsibility.  i am a diabetic.  being
overweight is bad for my health.  yet i continue to go to mcdonald's (yes i
know mcdonald's has other issues) and get sometimes breakfast and sometimes
lunch or dinner.  they make nutritional information readily available.  i
can look at it and see that it's not good for me.  i'm not going to sue or
criticize them for making it available to me.  and i'm not going to
admonish them for supporting the various charities that they do.  philip
morris owns oscar mayer, one of the major employers in this city.  oscar
mayer is active in local charities.  i'm glad.  recently i heard that the
city of chicago is suing gun manufacturers because the murder rate is up
there.  there's something wrong with this picture.
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does anybody know if there will be first-week purchase give-aways with albums
like the calendar and video which were distributed with sots?

pam in dallas, where it is beginning to look like ig may play after all and
the temp is finally below 100 degrees <g>

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i think a lot of people object, at least i do anyway, to the marketing
strategies used by the tobacco companies.  no, of course they don't
"force" anyone to smoke, but they *do* target children, those living in
the inner city, women, etc., and use marketing strategies specifically
aimed at hooking consumers.  and isn't their much of their generosity
because they have their own agenda?  does their generosity with bands
justify their requiring said bands to sign a statement saying they
(winners pf the contest) will never speak badly of the tobacco
companies? so, "we'll give you lots of money in the hopes that you view
us as nice guys and don't ever malingn us".
i don't agree that putting on a warning that cig smoking is dangerous
necessarily makes it ok to use unconscionable marketing techniques
either.

elaine the cynical

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tickets just went on sale for fairfax, va.  they are not general admission.
ticketmaster's selling them 703-573-7328.

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a seating chart can be found at the patriot center website, under events,
and then under indigo girls.
http://www.patriotcenter.com/

good luck!
-mkc

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        <does their generosity with bands justify their requiring said bands
to sign a statement saying they (winners pf the contest) will never speak
badly of the tobacco companies? so, "we'll give you lots of money in the
hopes that you view us as nice guys and don't ever malingn us". - elaine>

actually, this is a misconception - as far as the contest goes and requiring
you sign something like that.  i have a copy of our contract from dueling
divas, and it never says that anywhere.  what it says is that if you are
approached by a reporter to comment on anything other than the 'promotion',
that we had to refer them to the promotional consultant.  and it was only
during the course of the 'promotion'.  i could shoot off my mouth all i
wanted to, if i had wanted to, the day it was over.  in fact, we were told
over and over by the onsite promo team, *not* to mention smoking while we
were onstage.  we were prohibited from advertising when we had the mike,
they were emphatic about that we weren't supposed to be horsing around
saying things like, "everybody light up" or "support your local charities -
buy va slims" or anything like that.  i remember that especially, because i
would have thought that they would have wanted us to do that.  in addition,
all the little promotional items they gave out had *nothing* about
cigarrettes on them.  they had hats, pullover hooded shirts, pens, huggies,
etc.  and they were all black with little pink music symbols on it - you
know, that thing that looks like an 's' - forgive my musical ignorance - i
play it, not read it.  some items had "dueling divas" on them buy *nothing*
said va slims.  they did not give away cigarrettes or anything like that.
it was so low-key as to who the promoter was for the whole thing, i couldn't
figure out what they had to gain by doing it at all.

        <and use marketing strategies specifically aimed at hooking
consumers.  - elaine>

of course they do!  just like kraft sponsors 'behold the power of cheese'.
the only agenda i think philip morris has is to sell cigarrettes - like any
other company that has a product, they're going to market the best way they
can to increase sales.  i don't think it's underhanded - i think it's
obvious.  but, as a part of the community, i think they are good to give to
charities like any other company does.  i'm not saying they're mr. niceguy -
i'm just saying they're no different from any other big company.

-tara

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thanks, michael---

i just read your post, and called tm.  it took a while
to get through, but in the mean time i was trying to
bring up their online site.  both places eventually
connected, and both places offered dead center, 10-15
rows back.  i took section 2, row j.  everyone can
still get these great seats.  good luck!

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lane, tara e. wrote:
>
> of course they do!  just like kraft sponsors 'behold the power of >cheese'.

well, i've never heard anyone seriosly incapacitated or dying from a
cheese related illness :).  bottom line - cigarettes are addicting,
cheese is not.  kraft doesn't use marketing strategies aimed at
"hooking" the consumer.  to me, actively trying to "hook" or 'addict"
someone to a harmful, possibly deadly actvity is unconscionable.  does
anyone else agree?

now, before we get ot wrists severely slapped for this discussion, let's
move it to the other list, ok?

elaine

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in a message dated 99-09-02 10:37:48 edt, one85fan@yahoo.com writes:

<< thanks, michael---

i just read your post, and called tm.  it took a while
to get through, but in the mean time i was trying to
bring up their online site.  both places eventually
connected, and both places offered dead center, 10-15
rows back.  i took section 2, row j.  everyone can
still get these great seats.  good luck!

vicki >>


thanks from me too.......i couldnt get through on the website  ughhhhh  and
the line was busy for about 20 minutes.  i ended up in section 3, row h.

indi

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>no, t'was not i.  we were on the list at the same time but she was jude and
>she went to brown university....sherlyn knows...was in '95 when i joined the
>list.
>
>jude :)

aaaah - this solves something i was wondering about since i joined this
list a few weeks ago. a long time ago, back in about 1990, i was at brown
and lurked on some kind of early form of an indigo girls newsgroup. the one
name i remember clearly associated with ig on the internet at that time was
jude. must have been jude shabry? ig fans are fans for the long-term, ay?

-sue

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on thu, 2 sep 1999, elaine bean wrote:

> no, of course they don't "force" anyone to smoke, but they *do* target
> children, those living in the inner city, women, etc., and use marketing
> strategies specifically aimed at hooking consumers.

   i've never heard of a marketing strategy specifically aimed at getting
consumers to go away.  sounds great for the bottom line.
   the targeting children thing ain't cool - but you don't give kids
enough credit if you think they're doing it because they see joe camel
billboards.  they do it because they see their parents and peers doing it.
so who should we be suing again?

> and isn't their much of their generosity because they have their own
> agenda?

   corporate generosity always comes at a price.  recognize it - but don't
shoot the gift horse if it's got a few bad teeth.  we all know the bad
shit that went down in andrew carnegie's steel factories, but who can deny
that he built bazillions of libraries?  "no, kids, you can't learn to read
there.  it was built by a hideous oppressor of the underclass."  pure
motives?  probably not, but better that he donate the money than not.
   still, i like my conspiracy theories...  ;)

> does their generosity with bands justify their requiring said bands to
> sign a statement saying they (winners pf the contest) will never speak
> badly of the tobacco companies?

   i'd love to see them try to enforce that in courts of law.  i'm sure
they get rights to use some of the band's music/likeness in advertising.
and that's just something the band has to grapple with.  but it's no
different for any industry.

> so, "we'll give you lots of money in the hopes that you view
> us as nice guys and don't ever malingn us".

   that's the general idea.  a bit underhanded, but is it anything as bad
as microsoft artifically bloating their products so they need bigger
computers to run?

>  i don't agree that putting on a warning that cig smoking is dangerous
> necessarily makes it ok to use unconscionable marketing techniques
> either.

   everything is dangerous.  how much of cig. advertising is truly
unconscionable?  i really hate the things, but remember the story of the
boy who cried wolf?

   darius

"me, john, and a barbarino-ray gun in one room.  how long you really
think john would stay john?"
   - dave kleinschmidt

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>>and i'm pretty tired of the company getting 'slammed' for responding to
consumer >>demand.  people smoke. another sad truth.  i used to.  so did a&e,
though i >>don't know if they still do or not.

are you sure that a & e used to smoke??  that totally surprises me.

lu

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ok, emily said something about college dates... let's just focus on
that for a mintute - please?  i'm in college, do they want to stop on
by my schooland do a set?  ya'll could stay in my dorm, well, the girls
could since i'm in the all female dorm.
  seriously tho, have they toured colleges before, if so, what ones do
they tend to go to?  remember, i'm a newbie to their touring.
  thanks all

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mle the capitalist rocker wrote

>because i am doing these smaller venues we are raising the prices. > i know
>it is steep, but these will be very special shows.

a.
did someone say
ego?

b.
as if she isn't rich enough already.
don't tell me playing arenas isn't a lucrative career choice.

c.
god save you from my venom if amy ray or emily saliers ever pull this kind
of "i'm a rockstar, i'm a big big rockstar"  shtick.

melissa, it's called doing it for the love of the music,
not for the size of the paycheck.

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> > no, of course they don't "force" anyone to smoke

uhm, actually the cigarette companies are coming under fire (nice pun) for
putting chemicals in the product, chemicals which encourage the addiction.
they're actually making cigarettes addictive.  so they sort of are forcing
you to smoke, or at least compelling you to addiction.  it sounds very
conspiracy theory, but it's true.  check out your state's public interest
resource group (pirg) and find out the deal.

jill

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will someone send me the article that sparked all this interesting
conversation? i deleted it:)

thanx, celeste

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>   corporate generosity always comes at a price.  recognize it - but don't
>shoot the gift horse if it's got a few bad teeth.  we all know the bad
>shit that went down in andrew carnegie's steel factories, but who can deny
>that he built bazillions of libraries?

this is such a great post and an important topic - especially for us ig
fans!. in fact, i think this goes beyond the charitable giving aspect of
large corporations. i know the ig are activists against some by-products of
large corporate business practices, mainly because these corporations are
so politically powerful compared to individuals who may not have an
advocate for their interests. however, we can't forget that the profit
motive is responsible for so much good in all of our lives, whether we are
poor or rich. the profit motive drives innovation that gives us medicines,
food, clothing, shelter, etc... i think in general, that good outweighs the
bad, which include among other things, disenfranchisement or exploitation
of some. these terrible things are real, but businesses are often better
off finding ways to operate without the negative strategies, and i think
the most good could be done in minimizing this bad side of corporate
practice - not messing with the good side (like charitable giving).

i guess the key is to use the power of the large corporation for good. i
think the ig actually do this by leveraging their influence and financial
resources through their sony backing to get out there and do all the
wonderful charitable things they do. without the transnational corporation
that signed them, none if it would really be possible. the ig have
acknowledged this. there are definitely strings attached to working with
transnational corporations, but these corporations can be an incredibly
effective force for good in the world when good folks run them, and when
good consumers demand the best from them. it is tough when the product is
tobacco, but i think you guys are right - educate the consumer and exert
the pressure from there - if there are no customers for tobacco they'll
switch their marketing practices toward something else, hopefully something
healthier. in fact, i think the major tobacco companies are doing this as a
long-term strategy, though it is deplorable that in the short term they are
still trying to hook customers into dependency on their unhealthy product.
this is bad business in the long run because folks like us will be less
likely to want their products... but i don't think it should mean we should
be less likely to encourage their charitable giving. there should be a way
to encourage the charitable side (the good side) of the company while
boycotting the bad. i'd aim at exposing the bad business practices in a
very public way and urging consumers to choose a more "reputable" product.

just my thoughts... -sue

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hey y'all,

the tobacco companies knew that cigarette use caused cancer and nicotine was
highly addictive. these companies then hid this information from consumers
and continued to aggresively market cigarettes towards young people and
manipulate nicotine levels to addict a new generation of smokers, all to
increase their profits at the expense of the health and well being of
millions of people.
i do not feel the sponsership of music festivals is an attempt to assuagee
the dirty deeds of the past. sponsorship is a continuation of target
marketing; young people are attracted to music festivals.
the lies told and wanton damage done to millions of people all in the name
of quarterly profits certainly qualifies the tobacco companies, and more so
the unnamed people hiding behind a corporate facade, as evil in my book. no
bones about it.

and on a happier note: bumbershoot is tomorrow! wahoo!

peace,

ron


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hey everyone!

found this article on allstar.  i've been naughty and haven't been able to
keep up with list mail, so i hope this hasn't been posted already.  i guess
this article confirms that peace tonight is the new single.

here's the article:

indigo girls set brief fall tour in support of social
sep 1, 1999, 7:45 am pt
date: wed, 8 sep 1999 15:07:02 +0000
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indigo girls
fresh off a full-time stint on this year's lilith fair tour, the indigo
girls won't waste much time before getting out on the road in support of
their forthcoming album come on now social.

the folk duo will play seattle's bumbershoot festival on sept. 3, take the
next three weeks off, then hit the road again sept. 23 in chattanooga, tenn.
the girls will then carry on around the south and the east coast through an
oct. 22 date with students at the university of georgia in athens, ga.

meanwhile, come on now social is set for a sept. 28 release on epic records.
the album's first single, "peace tonight," featuring guest vocals by joan
osborne (allstar, aug. 3), will hit radio sept. 21. other guests on the
eclectic offering include luscious jackson drummer kate shellenbach, natacha
atlas, me'shell ndegeocello, and sheryl crow.

here is the itinerary for the indigo girl's fall tour (more dates tba):


sept. 3, seattle, bumbershoot festival
sept. 23, chattanooga, tenn., 1st american music center.
sept. 25, greenvile, s.c., peace concert hall
sept. 26, raleigh, n.c., alltel pavilion
sept. 28, savannah, ga., johnny mercer theatre
sept. 29, birmingham, ala., jefferson civic center.
sept. 30, knoxville, tenn., baker sports complex
oct. 4-5, upper darby, pa., tower theater
oct. 6, lowell, mass., paul e. tsongas arena
oct. 8, fairfax, va., patriot center
oct. 11-12, new york, beacon theater
oct. 16, amherst, mass., mullins center
oct. 22, athens, ga., university of georgia


-- kevin raub

oh, some nigc, any budding guitarists and ani fans (like myself) might be
pleased to know that ani's new songbook for little plastic castle has
finally been released.  apparently it contains full guitar tab for the
songs!  you can find it for sale at sheet music plus.

claudine

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jilly c wrote:

> god save you from my venom if amy ray or emily saliers ever pull this
kind
> of "i'm a rockstar, i'm a big big rockstar"  shtick.
>
i had the same reaction of disappointment, but not surprise at me's defense
of her greediness.  i'm not too worried about amy & emily going down that
road - do you remember about 5 years ago when they did "special shows" at
smaller venues? the girls did this to truly have a more intimate experience
with the audience and also to let people who might not be able to afford
expensive tour tickets hear their music. rather than trying to gouge more
money out of a smaller group of people, amy & emily sold tickets and
t-shirts to these shows for a mere $10, and dubbed the tour the "ten dollar
tour."  i'm sure they could have easily sold out these shows for much more
money, but then, that doesn't seem to be what it's about for them.
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hmmm, interesting.  melissa just did a free show here in san francisco a week or so ago.
i was wishing it was the girls instead.  of course, i'd be happy if the girls would just come to san francisco, free show or not.  but i digress...
leslie


date:    thu, 2 sep 1999 13:41:13 edt
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subject: re: (nigc) melissa etheridge ticket prices

mle the capitalist rocker wrote

>because i am doing these smaller venues we are raising the prices. > i know
>it is steep, but these will be very special shows.

a.
did someone say
ego?

b.
as if she isn't rich enough already.
don't tell me playing arenas isn't a lucrative career choice.

c.
god save you from my venom if amy ray or emily saliers ever pull this kind
of "i'm a rockstar, i'm a big big rockstar"  shtick.

melissa, it's called doing it for the love of the music,
not for the size of the paycheck.

*j

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there seems to be a lot of new people on the list - just to let you know
that there is another ig list you can join - it's more non ig and just
more casual and unrestrained than this list, although, you can say just
about anything on this list too - for a while anyway.  the instructions
for subbing to the e-group list can be found below.  the egroup list
was formed by jennifer k. in response to that bs that went on last,
november was it?  yes, this list actually allows off topic intelligent
conversation - and some fun and goofy/not so intelligent stuff :).

elaine

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ok here's my .02 which i can spare since i don't think i'm going to an mle
concert at her inflated prices....

> -----original message-----
> our economy depends on tobacco.  sad truth.

well, could start being dependent upon industrial hemp (that's the kind you
don't smoke). and lets face it, your economy is dependent upon government
subsides. the farmers certainly aren't making much from the tobacco they
grow. wouldn't be a wonderful thing for the farmers to actually start making
a profit for a change? if you look to canada, their farmer are making a
$200-$500 profit per acre of hemp which is why so many states are now
passing legislation for industrial hemp.

> and i'm pretty tired of the
> company getting 'slammed' for responding to consumer demand.
> people smoke.

they're getting "slammed" for lying to the public about their products. and
we're not talking once or twice...we're talking consistently over decades.

> another sad truth.  i used to.  so did a&e, though i don't know if they
> still do or not.  phillip morris is just a company responding to consumer
> demand like any other company.

any other company (that i am aware of) doesn't play with the ingredients of
their products to make them more addictive, thereby ensuring consumer
demand.


> yes smoking is unhealthy, and every smoker
> knows it.  it's printed right on the package.

and how many smokers do you know actually read the package before they light
up and then decide, "hmmm...this is really bad for me so maybe i shouldn't
do it"?

> other big companies give to
> charities, why shouldn't phillip morris do their share?  i think it's
> assinine to chastise someone for giving money to worthy causes, no matter
> what you sell.

well, let's not look thru rose-colored glasses...unless the charity is
something other than a 501c3, they are probably doing it for a tax
write-off. maybe i'm just too cynical...after all, i've given plenty to orgs
over the past nine months and i'm certainly not doing it for a tax write-off
since a majority don't have tax-exempt status.


> people don't *have* to buy cigarrettes.  phillip
> morris does
> not kidnap people and force them to smoke.  the demand is there, and they
> provide a product.

internal documents prove they manipulated the amount of nicotine in their
product to make people addicted. if you know anything about addiction, you
will do anything to keep from feeling sick when withdrawal starts to hit.
don't "have" to buy the product? then why are cigs harder to quit than, say,
heroin?

> i don't know what the statistics are, but i don't see
> people suing anheiser busch when they lose family to liver
> cirrosis or drunk
> driving.

they're next. hehe, i wonder if they played with the amount of alcohol in
their products to make people more stupid...

> pisses me off all this stuff coming down on the
> tobacco industry.
> it reminds me of when people ban books instead of just letting
> people choose
> what to read.

ummm, if you make and then heavily market a defective product knowing full
well about those defects, should you not be held accountable?

> and in a round-about sorta way, the whole ig
> stance is kinda
> interesting considering tobacco use was taught to us by native americans.

native americans didn't add all the poisons to their tobacco that the cig
companies do so the health risks are much less. they also didn't light up
whenever they needed an oral fix. it was for religious purposes. or to honor
a visitor (was it really tobacco that was in the peace pipe?)

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
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on thu, 2 sep 1999, jilly c wrote:

> b. as if she isn't rich enough already.
> don't tell me playing arenas isn't a lucrative career choice.

   if they don't sell well, it isn't.  arenas cost a lot to rent, as well
as keeping a crew.  witness u2, one of the biggest bands in the world,
nearly bankrupting their label on the popmart tour.
   of course, that's a different scenario.  u2 put on one of the most
amazing spectacles ever done, and wouldn't charge more than $60 for a 3.5
hour(!!) show + opener.  i'm not rushing to condemn mle, but i'm not
buying any tix, either.

> melissa, it's called doing it for the love of the music,
> not for the size of the paycheck.

   naturally, vote with your dollars.  we'll see how the music is.

   darius

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think john would stay john?"
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...though the "other" list has been pretty quiet for a while.

once people's feathers settled down after the ruckus last year, the "other" list
became pointless to me.  i'm still on it because i don't want to miss anything,
but frankly i think it's silly now.  however, i hope that bringing this "other"
list up again doesn't cause some here to test the "three strikes and yer out"
rule.

flame away, i'm wearing the asbestos undies.

anna

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hey y'all-

seeing as it looks like the girls will be travelling down here sometime
soon, are there any listees in austin?  i just moved down here from dallas
and wanted to see about a possible get together for the concert (i know i'm
incredibly premature on this, but hey, whatever).

that's all for now.

~taylor

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hkf's,

i know, you're not used to the igc today, but here's just a little thread
idea i'm stealing from another list.  basically, it's looking back in
history on today's date (9/2) and seeing what shows were particularly good
or different or just were there for saliers & ray!  (of course, i call this
a turtle-thread b/c it is done over time...;)

so here's 9/2/98, which is the second-to last show of the suffragette tour.
and as the girls have mentioned, this wasn't the last time a tour like this
is going to happen so we can all look forward to the next one.

-------------
september 2, 1998 -- the electric factory - philadelphia, pennsylvania
(many artists played on each song)
(not in order)

roll the dice
tengo la vida
vestigos
power of two
mystery
pullin a cloud
ziggy stardust
wood floors
love is everything
way below the radio
soon to be nothing
go go go
sister
in canada
chisel
gabrielle
pale light
cimarron
under your skin
cannonball
midnight train to georgia
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ok - after considering various points (mostly made by jen mcqueen ---
thanks...), i've just made a couple of refinements to the idea of a listmeet for
the new album...

1. the album is released in the uk on october 4th (a week after the usa release)
- i checked at hmv this morning. this would, of course be a work day, so we
could possibly do this meet the weekend after the album is released (i know, it
takes away some of the point of the whole thing, but if we're going to do this,
it's one of the only easy ways we could do it, without messing up everybody's
schedule)

2. as far as a record store to meet - we don't have to meet in
london!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (sorry for the overuse of exclamation marks, but i
just emphasise that tiny little fact : )  )probably the easiest way we could
pick a record store to meet at is, when we know all the people that are coming,
we just pick the nearest large city for everybody, and meet there to buy the
album.

ok - post any views on this to me on private, and we'll set to work on it...

john.
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hey,
    i'm so happy...today i called to get tickets for the dc show and oh
course i wasn't expecting to get through or even get good seats.  well i got
through the first call and then i managed to get 5th row center.  yeah   well
anyway i have to go cuz my coach ran me to death today so i'm giong to sleep
even if it is only 6:30.
the oh so happy
karrie

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hey everyone....
it seems like my little observation has created quite a stir on our list. i
had many reasons to point out that ig didn't mention leslie nuchow and the
slam! in the article.
the first being that ig supported slam! by playing at the slam!2 concert in
nyc, 1998.
the second being that i actually volunteered for slam!2 and i can tell you
that leslie was really the person who first stood up against philip morris.
leslie started the virginiaslam! back in 1997. if it weren't for leslie, this
issue might never have reached amy and emily's ears.  and i think for them to
be battling the dueling divas without mentioning leslie is wrong. (but it is
great that they are taking a stand). the slam!2 concert was awesome! ig were
great and so were the other acts. there was an amazing video that acted as an
information giver on some statistics about the tobacco industry that blew
most of the minds in the audience....

- take all the people (in the us alone) who have died every year from aids,
drugs, suicides, accidents and fires. combine all those deaths. cigarettes
kill more people than that. every year.

-deaths from smoking related diseases surpassed breast cancer as a leading
killer of women in the late 1980's

-tobacco companies lie about the ingredients they put into tobacco to make it
more addictive...things like arsenic and rat poison, nail polish remover,
nuclear by-product waste, and toilet bowl cleaner.

-if the tobacco companies wouldn't lie about their ingredients then people
would be making an informed choice. now we are not. how can we make an
informed choice if we don't have all the information?

- if you haven't started smoking by the time you are 2ay advertising doesn't
get to them:
why is it that the most heavily advertised brands are the most smoked?

-take the largest jumbo jet, passenger aircraft that exists.
fill it to the brim with people. then crash it. everyone on board dies.
do that every day.
all week long..
all year long..
more people die every year in this country alone from cigarette realted deaths

i can also tell you that leslie is genuine, honest, ultra hardworking and
really fair. (plus...you oughta hear that girl sing!)

check out leslie's website and you can read all about her and her history
with philip morris...www.slammusic.com

i just needed to say this because i can't sit back and let leslie melt into
the background on an issue that she pioneered. i know for a fact that leslie
respects all of the politcal and musical work that amy and emily do. this is
not to bash ig or anyone, for that matter. it is just to tell everyone where
all this started and who started it.... and to bring an awareness about the
corporate deceptiveness of the tobacco industry.

dawn-michelle

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hey folks,

forwarded from the news-only list...

-sherlyn

---begin forwarded message---
>date: thu, 02 sep 1999 03:14:52 -0700
>from: harley <harley@ladyclergy.com>
>subject: ig in seattle
>
>hey ig fans!
>many of you know the indigo girls will be in town this friday to play
>bumbershoot but i also heard on the radio today that they will be doing an
>in studio appearance on the mountain (kmtt 103.7 fm). this usually means a
>live performance - probably a new song.
>tune in!
>-harley
>
>
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has anyone else heard about a film called "warts and all?" according to
'people' "strong women such as ani difranco speak up" in this film.

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tuesday after labor day via e-mail.

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hello everybody!

i have got 4 tickets to the 9/24 concert in nashville, tn that i am
going to be unable to use.  they are in section 101, rows h & i, seats
1-2. i paid $39.00 per ticket plus ticketmaster fees of $6.00 per
ticket.
please email me at cherokegwy@aol.com as soon as possible if you are
interested.

thanks,
k!!!

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ok,
here is my $.02 worth.

yes, smoking is bad for you (and before those of you who know me say
anything, i do smoke, even though i have decided to quit, i am doing it for
my health and for myself), and yes, they do target getting new people to
start smoking to make more "money". the point, i think, that ig was trying
to make was, that the  cigarette companies were asking the artists to "sell
out" and use their art to make money for "corporate america" not to make art
to share their experiences and to better the world around them...those of
you who are musicians on the list, did you really pick up that first guitar
or sing that first note in hopes of someday doing tv jingles?  more than
likely, the answer would be no.  that is one of the reasons that we don't
see our lovely girls on mtv in high rotation. they dont lend their name and
reputation to "corporate america" to use to make money. instead, they lend
it to causes and organizations that make the world a better place to live
in.  that is the point they were trying to make, not just a raid against the
cigarette companies.  and being from kentucky, i have seen first hand what
the recent controversy about smoking is doing to our states economy. lets
face it guys, states like kentucky depend on that revenue to survive. you
are talking about putting generations of people out of work, because of a
choice that you made not to smoke.  i have always said that yes, one day i
will quit, but not until i want to. now, i have come to the point in my life
where i am changing myself from the inside out, and i have decided that it
is time to give up smoking, but it is my choice to do so. that is what makes
america great, the freedom of choice.

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beccie lyon

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yes, i agree here with ryan on the hemp thing. hemp used to be kentucky's #1
cash crop (not one word about it still being so under the table. i am
talking about industrial hemp here not the other kind)  but thanks to the
legalities of it, farmers can not grow it.  just look at all of the things
hemp can be used for.  it is sad that we cant grow something more useful
than tobacco, but until the laws change we, as a state,  are still dependant
upon it.

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beccie lyon

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>ok here's my .02 which i can spare since i don't think i'm going to an mle
>concert at her inflated prices....
>
>> -----original message-----
>> our economy depends on tobacco.  sad truth.
>
>well, could start being dependent upon industrial hemp (that's the kind you
>don't smoke). and lets face it, your economy is dependent upon government
>subsides. the farmers certainly aren't making much from the tobacco they
>grow. wouldn't be a wonderful thing for the farmers to actually start
making
>a profit for a change? if you look to canada, their farmer are making a
>$200-$500 profit per acre of hemp which is why so many states are now
>passing legislation for industrial hemp.
>
>> and i'm pretty tired of the
>> company getting 'slammed' for responding to consumer demand.
>> people smoke.
>
>they're getting "slammed" for lying to the public about their products. and
>we're not talking once or twice...we're talking consistently over decades.
>
>> another sad truth.  i used to.  so did a&e, though i don't know if they
>> still do or not.  phillip morris is just a company responding to consumer
>> demand like any other company.
>
>any other company (that i am aware of) doesn't play with the ingredients of
>their products to make them more addictive, thereby ensuring consumer
>demand.
>
>
>> yes smoking is unhealthy, and every smoker
>> knows it.  it's printed right on the package.
>
>and how many smokers do you know actually read the package before they
light
>up and then decide, "hmmm...this is really bad for me so maybe i shouldn't
>do it"?
>
>> other big companies give to
>> charities, why shouldn't phillip morris do their share?  i think it's
>> assinine to chastise someone for giving money to worthy causes, no matter
>> what you sell.
>
>well, let's not look thru rose-colored glasses...unless the charity is
>something other than a 501c3, they are probably doing it for a tax
>write-off. maybe i'm just too cynical...after all, i've given plenty to
orgs
>over the past nine months and i'm certainly not doing it for a tax
write-off
>since a majority don't have tax-exempt status.
>
>
>> people don't *have* to buy cigarrettes.  phillip
>> morris does
>> not kidnap people and force them to smoke.  the demand is there, and they
>> provide a product.
>
>internal documents prove they manipulated the amount of nicotine in their
>product to make people addicted. if you know anything about addiction, you
>will do anything to keep from feeling sick when withdrawal starts to hit.
>don't "have" to buy the product? then why are cigs harder to quit than,
say,
>heroin?
>
>> i don't know what the statistics are, but i don't see
>> people suing anheiser busch when they lose family to liver
>> cirrosis or drunk
>> driving.
>
>they're next. hehe, i wonder if they played with the amount of alcohol in
>their products to make people more stupid...
>
>> pisses me off all this stuff coming down on the
>> tobacco industry.
>> it reminds me of when people ban books instead of just letting
>> people choose
>> what to read.
>
>ummm, if you make and then heavily market a defective product knowing full
>well about those defects, should you not be held accountable?
>
>> and in a round-about sorta way, the whole ig
>> stance is kinda
>> interesting considering tobacco use was taught to us by native americans.
>
>native americans didn't add all the poisons to their tobacco that the cig
>companies do so the health risks are much less. they also didn't light up
>whenever they needed an oral fix. it was for religious purposes. or to
honor
>a visitor (was it really tobacco that was in the peace pipe?)
>
>ryan blackhawke
>owner - fremont hemp co
>(888) 956-hemp
>http://www.fremonthemp.com
>
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at 08:05 pm 9/2/99 -0400, you wrote:
>yes, i agree here with ryan on the hemp thing.

i agree too! now here is a commercial endeavor that looks good - lots of
folks would benefit from this business. the politics around this are really
crazy - a great area for activists who want to do something good.  i say
more money and "star power" should go to ryan's organization and others
like it to educate the public about hemp! give the farmers a good
alternative to tobacco growing! squeeze out the supply to the tobacco
companies (so prices go way up) and force them to consider other businesses!

ok - back to the music now for me... peace tonight.
-sue

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------------ forwarded message begins here ------------
from: epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com
date: thu, 2 sep 1999 19:22:04 -0400 (edt)
to: indigogirls@listserv.music.sony.com
subject: indigo girls live online!

hello indigo girls fans! weve got some exciting news for
you!

on friday, september 3rd, the indigo girls performance from
the bumbershoot festival in seattle, washington will be
broadcast live over the internet! log on at 8:45pm pt to
watch the indigo girls performance in video! the festival
itself begins at 11am pt and continues through the weekend.
be there!
real's bumbershoot page:
http://realguide.real.com/category.rxml?category_uid=4&scpage=bumber
direct link to performance:
http://ramhurl.real.com/smildemohurl.ram?file=bumbershoot99/bumberstream-1/bumbe
rstream-1.smi

you will be able to preview the new indigo girls single
starting september 4th at launch.com!! the new song, "peace
tonight", is the first single off of their upcoming release
come on now social, due out september 28th on epic records!
"peace tonight" will be available in streaming audio! make
sure you check it out!
http://www.launch.com/

and last, but certainly not least, we've got some new tour
dates! here's the latest schedule:

09/03   seattle, wa     seattle center arena - bumbershoot
09/23   chattanooga, tn memorial auditorium chattanooga
09/24   nashville, tn   first american music center
09/25   greenville, sc  peace center, concert hall
09/26   raleigh, nc     memorial auditorium
09/28   savannah, ga    johnny mercer civic center
09/30   knoxville, tn   world's fair park
10/01   americus, ga    rylander theater **sold out**
10/02   charlotte, nc   davidson college
10/04   philadelphia,pa tower theatre
10/05   philadelphia,pa tower theatre
10/06   boston, ma      tsongas arena
10/08   washington, dc  patriot center
10/11   new york, ny    beacon theatre
10/12   new york, ny    beacon theatre
10/16   amherst, ma     university of  massachusetts-amherst
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from:         nancy lambert <armydillo@mindspring.com>
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ok for all of you discussing this a few points to mention.  philip morris
owns kraft, miller, oscar mayer, post, and jell-o, and a financial services
business and real-estate .  marketing strategies are marketing strategies.
i have written a letter to a&e regarding my opinion on this matter along
with some fact to back it all up.  i am hoping to at least make them more
aware of what they are fighting against.  everyone is entitled to their own
opinion and i intend to share mine with them.  anyone interested in what i
have written e-mail me and i will share it with you.  if there are enough
inquiries, i will post it.

> -----original message-----
> from: indigo girls mailing list [mailto:indigo-girls@netspace.org]on
> behalf of elaine bean
> sent: thursday, september 02, 1999 11:07 am
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: slam
>
>
> lane, tara e. wrote:
> >
> > of course they do!  just like kraft sponsors 'behold the power
> of >cheese'.
>
> well, i've never heard anyone seriosly incapacitated or dying from a
> cheese related illness :).  bottom line - cigarettes are addicting,
> cheese is not.  kraft doesn't use marketing strategies aimed at
> "hooking" the consumer.  to me, actively trying to "hook" or 'addict"
> someone to a harmful, possibly deadly actvity is unconscionable.  does
> anyone else agree?
>
> now, before we get ot wrists severely slapped for this discussion, let's
> move it to the other list, ok?
>
> elaine
>
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hi everyone,
just wanted to voice my support for leslie nuchow on the slam! issue. as
much as i respect and admire the indigo girls and the work they've done, and
love their music, i also find it odd, as well as disgruntling that amy and
emily failed to mention both the slam!2 and leslie nuchow, especially since
they headlined the show.
as per a prior suggestion, please check out the slam! webpage at:
www.slammusic.com to find out more info on leslie and the slam! she is an
incredibly talented artist and has done a lot of important work in battling
the evils of the tabacco industry.
take care,
chloe

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hi all,
i just wanted to point out that the article about the whole tobacco
boycott wasn't a lengthy interview but a summarised account of the
reporter's conversation with ig and a few quotes (unless i missed
something, if so ignore me).  everyone seems disappointed that the article
didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
date: wed, 8 sep 1999 15:07:02 +0000
from: "l-soft list server at netspace.org (1.8d)" <listserv@netspace.org>
subject:      file: "indigo-girls log9909a"
to: underdog@earthlink.net

interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
high pedestal.

making apologies in advance if i'm wrong,
maddie :-)


on thu, 2 sep 1999, chloe h wrote:

> hi everyone,
> just wanted to voice my support for leslie nuchow on the slam! issue. as
> much as i respect and admire the indigo girls and the work they've done, and
> love their music, i also find it odd, as well as disgruntling that amy and
> emily failed to mention both the slam!2 and leslie nuchow, especially since
> they headlined the show.
> as per a prior suggestion, please check out the slam! webpage at:
> www.slammusic.com to find out more info on leslie and the slam! she is an
> incredibly talented artist and has done a lot of important work in battling
> the evils of the tabacco industry.
> take care,
> chloe
>
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in a message dated 9/2/99 2:12:47 pm central daylight time,
claudine@ukonline.co.uk writes:

<< here is the itinerary for the indigo girl's fall tour (more dates tba):
  >>
i don't see new orleans on this list!  this distresses me greatly.
freida.

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in a message dated 9/2/1999 12:42:48 pm central daylight time,
jillyc@hotmail.com writes:

<< mle the capitalist rocker wrote

>because i am doing these smaller venues we are raising the prices. > i know
>it is steep, but these will be very special shows.

a.
did someone say
ego? >>

yeah, considering her musical beginnings and how she has built a following
over the years, it does kind of smak of that, doesn't it?  i was thinking
"you're doing smaller venues.  so???"  i mean, ig (as well as other popular
artists) play smaller venues and don't charge prices like that.  of course,
the top ticket price for ig's nasvhille show is $39.50 which is the most i
have ever had to pay for ig tickets.  i hope this isn't becoming a trend.
anyway, back to mle.  i doubt the bob dylan/paul simon tickets are even as
much as what she is said to be charging.  i guess we should reserve judgment
until we see what kind of prices she is charging when she comes to our
respective towns.  but, to hear that is very disappointing.  and to think i
saw her for about $30 in memphis in '96, and for a paltry $16 at vandy in '94
(which was the better performance and setlist, imho).  i won't pay $50 to see
her, though.

peace!

joan :-d

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this received from the epic records email list:

-----original message-----


hello indigo girls fans! weve got some exciting news for
you!

on friday, september 3rd, the indigo girls performance from
the bumbershoot festival in seattle, washington will be
broadcast live over the internet! log on at 8:45pm pt to
watch the indigo girls performance in video! the festival
itself begins at 11am pt and continues through the weekend.
be there!
real's bumbershoot page:
http://realguide.real.com/category.rxml?category_uid=4&scpage=bumber
direct link to performance:
http://ramhurl.real.com/smildemohurl.ram?file=bumbershoot99/bumberstream-1/b
umberstream-1.smi

you will be able to preview the new indigo girls single
starting september 4th at launch.com!! the new song, "peace
tonight", is the first single off of their upcoming release
come on now social, due out september 28th on epic records!
"peace tonight" will be available in streaming audio! make
sure you check it out!
http://www.launch.com/

and last, but certainly not least, we've got some new tour
dates! here's the latest schedule:

09/03   seattle, wa     seattle center arena - bumbershoot
09/23   chattanooga, tn memorial auditorium chattanooga
09/24   nashville, tn   first american music center
09/25   greenville, sc  peace center, concert hall
09/26   raleigh, nc     memorial auditorium
09/28   savannah, ga    johnny mercer civic center
09/30   knoxville, tn   world's fair park
10/01   americus, ga    rylander theater **sold out**
10/02   charlotte, nc   davidson college
10/04   philadelphia,pa tower theatre
10/05   philadelphia,pa tower theatre
10/06   boston, ma      tsongas arena
10/08   washington, dc  patriot center
10/11   new york, ny    beacon theatre
10/12   new york, ny    beacon theatre
10/16   amherst, ma     university of  massachusetts-amherst

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indigo girls will be on mountain music lounge tomorrow (friday) around 3:30.

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just got in from the rem show (awesome...awesome) and wanted to put those
little tidbits out to the list b4 my mind lost them. but now i see others
have kept y'all quite informed.

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i'm usually pretty quiet but i have to agree...i would like to think that
since it was a short interview/article the reporter cut it down...and i was
at the 2nd slam and the girls were oozing praise for leslie...

peace

jo

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yep yep yep the higher the pedestal the harder they fall. remember the
article about amy that portrayed her as a wild crazy angry woman. i think it
was in one of the atlanta mags, the one she responded to. reporters have
their pick of what they do and dont print out of what is said.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
peace love & indigo light
beccie lyon

move me, thrill me,
take me out of my existence and show me the stars.
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date: thursday, september 02, 1999 11:25 pm
subject: re: virginia slam!


>hi all,
>i just wanted to point out that the article about the whole tobacco
>boycott wasn't a lengthy interview but a summarised account of the
>reporter's conversation with ig and a few quotes (unless i missed
>something, if so ignore me).  everyone seems disappointed that the article
>didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
>credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
>interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
>need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
>high pedestal.
>
>making apologies in advance if i'm wrong,
>maddie :-)
>
>
>on thu, 2 sep 1999, chloe h wrote:
>
>> hi everyone,
>> just wanted to voice my support for leslie nuchow on the slam! issue. as
>> much as i respect and admire the indigo girls and the work they've done,
and
>> love their music, i also find it odd, as well as disgruntling that amy
and
>> emily failed to mention both the slam!2 and leslie nuchow, especially
since
>> they headlined the show.
>> as per a prior suggestion, please check out the slam! webpage at:
>> www.slammusic.com to find out more info on leslie and the slam! she is an
>> incredibly talented artist and has done a lot of important work in
battling
>> the evils of the tabacco industry.
>> take care,
>> chloe
>>
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date:         fri, 3 sep 1999 08:14:53 -0400
reply-to:     deb.radziewicz@unisys.com
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hey y'all!

(sorry... i just wanted to use that word again, not having lived in the south
for about 10 years now, i miss daily usage of such a friendly-soundiung word.)

this is only distantly realted to ig... through the "tobacco" thread:

just a quick input on smoking/tobacco:

i agree with the sentiment that corporate america will take advantage of
whatever it can to sell stuff... especially cigarettes.  and i still mourn the
passing of my favorite aunt (called tunta because she was so young... halfway in
age between me and my mother)... who smoked two packs a day for a long, long
time... she died of lung cancer two years ago...at 42, and left two young,
beautiful daughters.  i would never wish that on anyone.. worst enemies even.

but i used to smoke, and i know how difficult it is to quit.  i'd just like to
encourage people, if they choose to smoke (and yes, i acknowledge it as somewhat
of a choice... at first), to use natural products.  every now and then, when i
get a cigarette craving, i will have a cigarette, and i try to buy a pack of
natural spirit (native american-grown organic tobacco).. i have one, or two..
then give the pack to a friend who smokes.  they usually like it, and it gets
them to try something without all the yukky additives.

so, there's a thought.  i wish on all of y'all a life filled with peace and
prosperity, and completely absent of cancer, or any other bad stuff like it. :-)

thanks.

-- deb
ps: a really cute girly from seattle is coming to see me... today!!! *bounce*

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i have a question/favor to ask of the kind bostonian listees, if someone
would be willing...

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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in a message dated 9/3/99 3:25:52 am, you wrote:

<< everyone seems disappointed that the article
didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
high pedestal.>>

just fyi..... ig took out a full page ad earlier this year in atlanta's
creative loafing against the dueling divas and philip morris... and did not
mention leslie nuchow or virginia slam!.

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>anyway, back to mle.  i doubt the bob dylan/paul simon tickets are even as
>much as what she is said to be charging.

well - i saw the dylan/simon show at madison square garden arena and
paid... gulp.... $75.  i also paid $75 for neil young at the msg theater. i
thought maybe it had something to do with the venue, but i never checked on
that.

i heard an interview with tom petty earlier this summer where he said he
had to fight hard to keep his ticket prices down to below $50. i'm not sure
whether he took a big cut on his percentage or whether he had to use some
leverage to keep the other parties down.  petty is a fairly well off rocker
who has won some big battles in the industry - perhaps mle just doesn't
have that kind of clout when dealing with all the forces that be who are
demanding high dollars out of the ticket price.

or she could just be greedy... i don't know.

-sue

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sorry folx, i've received a few emails asking if i was going to tape the
broadcast but i can't do it. i'll be at bumbershoot setting up and scoping
our spot for the concert. besides, while the mountain music lounge is
normally at 3:30, they said indigo girls may show up early.

at any other time, i'd be waiting by the radio with md recorder in hand. can
anyone else step up to the plate?

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
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i've noticed a number of people posting about pre-ordering cons from places like
amazon.com and other online record stores, and it got me thinking.  on one hand,
you know for sure you're getting this disk as soon as it comes out, and at a
much lower price than some retail stores.  on the other hand, it doesn't seem to
fit with the politics of the indigo girls!

it seems that they are very interested in helping the independent music scene,
so what better place to buy the new cd than from your local independent music
store?  when i thought about pre-ordering my copy from cdnow.com, it occurred to
me that i'd probably get a similar price for the cd from plan 9, which is an
independent music store here in town.  and there is always a chance they may
have some sort of free promo to go with it.  i'm going to be in there when they
open on that tuesday, cash in hand.  it feels more real to me that way.

anna

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i've been listening to kmtt 103.7 and they said that the indigo girls would
be there at 2:30 (pacific time)  you can listen live on the website at:

http://www.kmtt.com/

luann

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hey everyone,

just one thought about this on line video opportunity: while it may sound
great, i have a feeling that the quality will leave many of you frustrated. i
have a feeling that "net congestion" with make it impossible to see/hear the
broadcast. for me, i'm tired of tuning in trying to catch something on the
net and have it skip and studder or not even connect.

sorry for the non-positive karma, but i'm still pissed about the live
broadcast from melissa ferrick the other week. what a mess that was.

peace
kathleen


in a message dated 09/03/1999 3:45:46 am eastern daylight time,
epic_records@epiccenter.music.sony.com writes:

<< on friday, september 3rd, the indigo girls performance from
the bumbershoot festival in seattle, washington will be
broadcast live over the internet! log on at 8:45pm pt to
watch the indigo girls performance in video!  >>

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anna creech <creechal@jmu.edu> wrote:
i've noticed a number of people posting about pre-ordering cons from places
like<br>amazon.com and other online record stores, and it got me thinking.  on
one hand,<br>you know for sure you're getting this disk as soon as it comes
out, and at a<br>much lower price than some retail stores.  on the other hand,
it doesn't seem to<br>fit with the politics of the indigo girls!<br><br>it
seems that they are very interested in helping the independent music
scene,<br>so what better place to buy the new cd than from your local
independent music<br>store?  when i thought about pre-ordering my copy from
cdnow.com, it occurred to<br>me that i'd probably get a similar price for the
cd from plan 9, which is an<br>independent music store here in town.  and
there is always a chance they may<br>have some sort of free promo to go with
it.  i'm going to be in there when they<br>open on that tuesday, cash in hand.
it feels more real to me that way.

rock on!
-k

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hello all,

fyi - this is a delurk to say i just went to the epic site and they are
starting to update the ig pages. that is all. btw - the new cd is the best
thing they've ever put out! imho.

later, back to lurk mode . . .

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you have to ask youself a simple question.  what is more important, the cause or the person trumpeting it.  it does seem to be a bit trite that people are saying all these bad things.  yes, smoking will kill you and the companies are trying thier dambest to keep that under raps but is it so bad that they also are giving out money to worthy causes.  at least they used to be worthy.  i guess this list really hasn't changed.  over the last 5 plus years people still tend to raise their close minded heads and go off against things just because they don't agree: discussion verses argument.  just a little something to think about as people continue to tear down the shrines and pedistals.

>>> dawn-michelle pallo <w00ds0ng@aol.com> 09/03/99 10:59am >>>
in a message dated 9/3/99 3:25:52 am, you wrote:

<< everyone seems disappointed that the article
didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
high pedestal.>>

just fyi..... ig took out a full page ad earlier this year in atlanta's
creative loafing against the dueling divas and philip morris... and did not
mention leslie nuchow or virginia slam!.

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hey folks ~
  yes!!!  i've been so excited. . . . i'm a complete genius! (or something)
because today, via the school newspaper, i got my press kit for come on now
social, complete with cd!!!  i listened to part of it in the car, but i had
to go straight to a meeting and just got home 30 minutes ago.  anyhow, so i
guess i should listen to the whole thing and give a review, or description or
something?  one comment i will make before listening to the whole thing is
about philosophy of loss and the winthrop question.  if you don't want to
know, stop reading now:  the hidden track is, infact, not our beloved
winthrop.  i was kind of ticked off, but that's okay.  i noticed part of the
tune of soon be to nothing is a tad like part of the tune of winthrop,
however i digress.
  i just want to thank those of you who explained to me how to go about doing
this.  i owe you the highlight of my day!
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as the person who posted the article excerpt, i'd like to point out that
the colorado daily is essentially a tabloid paper and it's not exactly the
epitome of accuracy and excellence in reporting.  it's entirely possible
that the reporter didn't feel like giving the background info.

g.


on fri, 3 sep 1999, madonna maynes wrote:

> i just wanted to point out that the article about the whole tobacco
> boycott wasn't a lengthy interview but a summarised account of the
> reporter's conversation with ig and a few quotes (unless i missed
> something, if so ignore me).  everyone seems disappointed that the article
> didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
> credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
> interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
> need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
> high pedestal.

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hey--
i cannot believe it! i just got done calling a few ticket agencies
to see what kind of tickets they had for the philly show and how
much they were going for... $115 for 8th row seats. when
the first guy told me that price i 'accidentally' hung up on him.
i couldnt help myself!--
what to do what to do... i need to get tickets!--

anyway, over the past few days of reading peoples responses to
whether or not you folks have met a&e, i have been thinking.
some of the reactions that people have had really made me
laugh and i started thinking about what my reaction would
probably be. then i started thinking about what questions i
would ask if the situation allowed... and i am curious. if you had
the opportunity to ask amy or emily, say, 5 questions... what
would they be (and who would they be directed toward).

bri

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hi everyone,

i'll post the final version of our fantasy set list tomorrow. get any last
minute votes in!

if you haven't already, vote for 5 ig songs and one cover that you'd like
to hear in concert. we'll assume we want to hear as many cons songs as
possible so don't include those.

i'll post all songs that received a vote tomorrow along with the final set
list.

-sue

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just want to say i enjoy hearing everyone's perspective - i learn from all
of it and i respect everyone's ideas! i hope we can have an open dialog on
all sides of these issues without animosity? we could learn so much. i
think ig would be happy to have inspired discussion on these important
topics. we need to make informed decisions!

thanks y'all!
-sue


at 01:27 pm 9/3/99 -0400, you wrote:
>you have to ask youself a simple question.  what is more important, the
cause or the person trumpeting it.  it does seem to be a bit trite that
people are saying all these bad things.  yes, smoking will kill you and the
companies are trying thier dambest to keep that under raps but is it so bad
that they also are giving out money to worthy causes.  at least they used
to be worthy.  i guess this list really hasn't changed.  over the last 5
plus years people still tend to raise their close minded heads and go off
against things just because they don't agree: discussion verses argument.
just a little something to think about as people continue to tear down the
shrines and pedistals.
>
>>>> dawn-michelle pallo <w00ds0ng@aol.com> 09/03/99 10:59am >>>
>in a message dated 9/3/99 3:25:52 am, you wrote:
>
><< everyone seems disappointed that the article
>didn't mention leslie nuchow but for all we know the girls did give her
>credit but the reporter may not have included that section of the
>interview.  of course i may be wrong (it's happened before) but i think we
>need to cut the girls a bit of slack and maybe stop putting them on such a
>high pedestal.>>
>
>just fyi..... ig took out a full page ad earlier this year in atlanta's
>creative loafing against the dueling divas and philip morris... and did not
>mention leslie nuchow or virginia slam!.
>
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sad news for smd fans......

                     band doing some 'soul'
                     searching

                     by will kiser
                     the red & black

                     the soul is now gone from popular local act soul
                     miner's daughter.
                     as of thursday, the band is officially broken up.
                     the four-year-old folk-rock band had enjoyed success
                     in its hometown, forming an ever-expanding fan base.
                     soul miner's had even played gigs at music midtown
                     in atlanta and, most recently, the atlanta dates for this
                     summer's lilith fair tour.
                     the first waves of the breakup rumor began with the
                     soul miner's daughter booking line. an announcement
                     at the group's management headquarters said that "as
                     of monday, august 30, jennifer nettles will no longer
                     be performing with the band ... to pursue a solo
                     career."
                     nettles, a founding member and vocalist for the group,
                     also recently announced plans to get married.
                     wednesday afternoon the web site for the group
                     disappeared, announcing "the soul miner's daughter
                     site has been removed from this server."
                     velena vego, manager of the 40 watt club, said the
                     group has three dates on schedule for the club in the
                     upcoming months.
                     the 40 watt has been the primary venue for soul
                     miner's shows over the last few years.
                     "they are the biggest thing to come out of athens in a
                     long time," vego said. "they have sold out every show
                     the last two years."
                     wes lupold, bassist for the group, said that although he
                     wouldn't comment on the situation of the band until a
                     news release was issued, soul miner's daughter has
                     ceased to exist.
                     "creative differences," was all lupold said.
                     lisa chin-you, a junior from lilburn, said the breakup
                     was a complete shock.
                     "i heard about it on tuesday night and i was surprised
                     and shocked. i was really disappointed," she said. "to
                     me they were the best band in athens right now that
                     i've seen. i've seen all the opening bands for them."
                     chin-you, who had seen the band more than 30 times,
                     said she found similarities between her life and soul
                     miner's.
                     "they always told where their songs came from, and i
                     had things in common with them in my life," chin-you
                     said.
                     christy beth johnston, a junior from lithia springs,
                     said the band's interest in its fans was what separated
                     them from other groups.
                     "you liked them as people," she said. "they tried to
                     include the audience, and you could tell they liked each
                     other and what they were doing. they put on a great
                     show, and you felt like you were a part of it.
                     "they weren't like other bands - you could count on
                     them being here in athens," she continued. "they
                     seemed like real people. you would see them
                     downtown, and they would always talk to people after
                     the show. it's awful."

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hi. could someone please email me with the information on how to request a
press kit? i'm working on a glbt tv show and am trying to put together a
segment for next month...

thanks,
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i taped the kmtt radio interview if anyone wants a copy let me know...

luann

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luann - thanks so much for posting that url. i heard most of the interview,
i think, and really enjoyed it! first time i've heard peace tonight - great
tune! thanks again!!

-sue


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fyi - you need real player g2 for tonight's show - download it and install
it - according to my calculation - you have 5.5 hours to d/l before the show
begins.

the kmtt show was just webcast - being extremely lucky - i got it to analog
and as a digital wav format...

it was about 15 minutes, brief interview and "peace tonight" live in
studio - nothing new for news in the interview, except emily will probably
play on the punk record and it will " be a while" before it's out.

real audio was quite impressive - abosolutely no rebuffering on my 'puter

so, it was okay, but nothing to get incredibly upset about if you missed
it...

(is there a ig mp3 site still up? just curious! anyone want to offer server
space?)

oh yeah - tonight's show is in video - can you say "tank top"?

peace -

mike r.

(east coast folks - that's like 11:45 tonight starting time)

(thanks to ryan for posting the time of the interview - i never would have
tuned in without the knowledge!!!)

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the mellissa ferrick show (which a few of my good friends were at) was on a
good server, but i think real networks is going to be b'casting from their
like super huge bandwidth servers, and should be fairly clear -

god what i wouldn't give for ethernet in my college dorm right
now...actually - i heard quite a few lilith '97 shows over the net that
summer,

i actually had a feeling this would be webcast - they broadcasted
bumpershoot for like 2 years now - sadly no billy bragg, chan marshall or
cry, cry, cry...


(not like i actually was planning to go to try and see all 3 rem atlanta
shows and then fly to seattle to see bumpershoot, only to get the final rem
gig and quite a bit of bumpershoot online!)


anyone taping billy bragg (or, for the love of god, have his show from the
moore 12/1/98 that i could not find anywhere that sold blanks as i just flew
in that day?)

yeah - i'm in a posting crazy day!

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>>>
one's identification with or preference for one or both indigo girl...
what drives it?

my question is this...  do you think/feel that you (or others in general)
identify with or admire one or both indigo girls because they are a
reflection of yourself or because they exhibit some quality/ability you
aspire to possess or both, or neither, or sometimes this and sometimes
that, or what?!  (for me, it's all about aspirations) are you inspired by
your opposite, or are you affirmed by your like?  you know, do opposites
attract or what?
>>>

probably, my identification/admiration of both indigo girls comes from my
own background/childhood.  i was raised in a relatively conservative
protestant denomination, and we enjoyed music as a natural part of growing
up(church, choir, band, piano lessons, etc.).  i didn't particularly pay
attention to acoustic guitar, except for my father playing it for fun and a
religion teacher playing classical guitar.

i loved reading, and got hooked through a summer reading program (hey,
gratzee to all you librarians out there ;) ).  through listening to authors'
stories and reflections on their views on life through their characters and
reading the diary of anne frank, i wanted to voice my own opinion through
writing.

my social consciousness probably came about early on, as part of church
school--feeding the homeless, singing at nursing homes, getting angry at
injustice and wanting to do something to help.  so i volunteered for
projects here and there, and have voted in every major state and national
election.  but the little random acts of kindness work wonders, too.

i am so touched by their music, lyrics, and harmonies now because of the
above.  in my distant memory, i kind of remember seeing the indigo girls'
closer to fine video on mtv, but i really didn't understand it then, as an
18-year-old naive girl who mostly listened to r&b love songs, and focused so
much on school and getting good grades.

with emily and amy, i have pieces of both in my character in different
situations--so, it's not surprising that i just grew totally obsessive when
i was introduced to their music.  emily and amy make allusions to
spirituality in their music--very surprising in a mostly secular world where
believing in god is often shunned in popular media.

emily's kindness and 'eternal optimism' is something i relate to deeply.
it's rewarding to be generous, as a rule, especially if you are not at all
concerned with what you get out of it.  so, i try to be kind and patient,
and contemplate interpersonal relationships.

amy's passion for life and love is intimidating, but we all feel it at one
time or another.  i still am in awe about how much she puts out there, in
her performances, past/present/future.  i am passionate about life and
sharing things about myself with total strangers. ;)  in temperament, i am
most like amy, and strive to be also like emily.  though sometimes, i wish i
were as bold as amy elizabeth ray.

they thrive on live performance, and having us participate in singing along.
  and, i love it that they still get delighted seeing crowds respond to
them.  oh, i could gush all night long.  anyway, thanks for listening.

countdown to 'come on now social': twenty-four days, four hours, and fifteen
minutes....

diane

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well folks, while i was surfing earlier today, my computer screen went
black.  my computer is only 3 months old, so i am not a happy camper.
:-(

amyray, until i can swap the monitor for a new one (i ordered the system
direct from the mfr.), i will be using my webtv address.  for the time
being, write me at morrison_joan@webtv.net  do not send any mail to my
aol address (joanm12345@aol.com) until further notice (since i have no
way to check it).

thanks, and have a great holiday weekend!

joan :-d

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in a message dated 9/3/99 5:36:21 pm eastern daylight time,
sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu writes:

>                      the soul is now gone from popular local act soul
>                       miner's daughter.
>                       as of thursday, the band is officially broken up.

ohhh my heart just sank... this is a shame. but i look forward to seeing what
jennifer & cory decide to do on their own.

wow...

rick

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has anyone else noticed the new 'front' page for the ig site on epic?  i
usually go right to the "news" page, but this time typed in the starting page
address instead (http://www.indigogirls.com), and there's a new picture (of a
little girl) and a new background.   i wonder if this will be the new cd
cover?   looks like they are slowly starting to update the site (yeah!)

=)
lisa

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    i need someone who's puter literate to help me! i can't get to the place
i need to be to see bumbershoot, and i don't know why:( please help!

pax, celeste:)

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well, this thing is suppose to happen about an hour from now and i still
can't access the site.  i sure hope someone is going to capture the
video/audio feed and then make this available at a later time......

l'sly


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the photos on the updated ig site does look like a cd cover. can anybody tell
me what was the girl holding? i think one is a pocket knife, the other i
can't figure out

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well, to me, the girl in the picture seems to be holding a pocket knife and a
stick or stalk of some kind.
  that kind of concerns me.
the little 9 year old in me is screaming in agony, weeping over memories of
summer camp.
  guess which indigo girls fan almost chopped off her thumb at sleepaway camp
13 years ago?  yup kiddies, that would be this one!  the one right here with
the scar on her left thumb, constantly reminding her to never give a child a
knife!  now, i don't know about you, but well, an object slightly more blunt
(ya know, possessing less of a razor sharp edge) would suit me! :)  ouch!

memories...blah blah blah...corners of my mind.  :)  giggle :)

carrie
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this is very useful at listemeets :)

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   i am trying in vain to download this damn thing, have been trying since
about 6 o'clock tonight. anyone out there have it who is on icq who would be
willing to send it to me through icq? please? cant get it to work right. i
have the program but it says that i have an out dated certificate and it
wont let me download some silly component i need to watch the concert.
please someone help me out here. i cant download it either, for some reason
it keeps getting hung up. i am about to loose it. help!!!!

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ok that cover is a little scary.  the little girl seems to be holding a
pocket knife and a stick like she was shaving off all the bark(like we all
used to do as kids...maybe).  disturbing as it might be i guess it kinda fits
"come on now social."  she seems to be a tomboy, or at least not the prim and
proper little girl in a pretty pink dress that society would deem
appropriate.  makes sense but i still don't know if i like it.

don't care what the album cover looks like b/c it is our girls,
:)
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ok, it's 10 of and the girls still aren't on my comp yet.  i have the
real audio screen on, but it's saying nothing on stage right now.  is
it just me, or what?  they are supposed to be on by now.  help!!

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i do care what the album cover looks like.
i adore the girls, respect their music, politics, etc.  but this one?  nope.
sorry.  ya lost my vote on the cover here.
i still love the music on it and respect them the same.  but i know that's
not a good message, no matter how well-intended it may have been.
  certainly, showing a girl outside the "norm" is a wonderful message.  but
once you put the knife in the hand of an 11 year old or however old she is,
the message gets thrown in the garbage and all i see is the knife.
i don't know...any opinions on this cover?
carrie

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and one more thing.
  it's now 11:52 est.  when is this thing coming on?  i am pooped!!!  is
anyone else seeing the concert because i certainly am not.  i even reloaded
it and the guy's voice told me "not much" is happening on this stage at this
time.  there is only a 3 hour difference right?
carrie

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while waiting for the web concert, i might as well drop in.

as much as i love ig, as a graphic designer, i have never really like any of
their album covers, and even most of their promo shots. i think sots is
probably the better cover they have. and this one, as much as it's
disturbing, it fits the title very well.

getting sleepy, the concert better come on soon

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i just want to thank everyone who tried to help me with the bumbershoot show.
i'm sure your suggestions would have worked if my puter were sane.

pax,
celeste:)

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ok . . .

assuming we all get the live broadcast any minute now.  is there no =
video???  i went to one of the other stages & it is only audio.  'sup =
with that??  heck, i thought it was both!!

again . . . that is assuming we all get it anytime soon.

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>getting sleepy, the concert better come on soon


me too... this is pretty silly - sitting here by this silent computer
trying to stay awake... i guess i'll check out the album cover.
-s.

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coming soon it says.
coming soon?  coming soon? (25 minutes late already).  where?  to a theatre
near me.
  this is me!  this is my theatre near me!  when the hell is it coming?  when
the time zones change, the minutes don't change!  what's the deal.
  grrrrrrrrrrrr!!  frustration shows its lurking head :)
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ok, 3 hours time dif right?....shouldn't the concert be on by now?

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>>getting sleepy, the concert better come on soon
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>
>me too... this is pretty silly - sitting here by this silent computer
>trying to stay awake... i guess i'll check out the album cover.
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once again i turn to the list and i am not alone. what is the deal? i am
most confused......any ideas suggestions? any one ever done this before?

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>coming soon it says.
>coming soon?  coming soon? (25 minutes late already).  where?  to a theatre
>near me.
>  this is me!  this is my theatre near me!  when the hell is it coming?
when
>the time zones change, the minutes don't change!  what's the deal.
>  grrrrrrrrrrrr!!  frustration shows its lurking head :)
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ok!!

i just switched stages & got both audio & video of a group called =
murdersomethinganother.  perhaps if the gals ever come on we will have =
both.

again . . . assuming the gals come on.

i'm getting oh so sleepy.

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tell me about being sleepy.  i had a busy day.  i haven't slept since 12:30
last night.  today was my gf birthday and we have a new newphew, born
today.  hurry up, girls!  i'm fadin' fast!


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is someone going to stay online and let us know if this thing does come
on?  i'm signing off in 5 minutes - need at least some sleep!!

steph

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at 12:14 am 9/4/99 edt, you wrote:
>you're not missing much sue
>carrie


hmmm - yep she's a little young to have such a big knife. no wonder you are
having flashbacks.

this does remind me of childhood events like many of you, i'm sure. i
remember being about 8 yrs old and going to a gift shop at an amusement
park, where i saw two things i just could not live without.
1. a knife
2. a slingshot

my mom and dad weren't too happy about either, but i was so obsessed that
at some point i obtained both. i whittled some sticks (no mishaps - lucky
me) and i shot some targets. i felt happy. why is that?

where is this concert!! i think we were deceived...

-sue

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the screen has been reading "technical difficulties - please be patient"
most of the evening, my guess is it won't be happening.

the bumberclub stage works but it is being shot from about the 200th row ;-)
so it ain't much to see.

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question:  is the fantasy list just a list of what people would want and not
a another album comming out?  that is what i thought just clarifying.
monitor blew and so i get to read 497 of ur wonderful postings.  i have a
question besides that one though,  does ig do concerts besides bumpershoot on
the west coast?
tat

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good night ya'll that are still up.  been nice chattin' with ya!  to
those who were at the concert - hope you had fun.  make sure to tell us
in full detail as we weren't able to experience it as promised.
  take care and ya'll get some sleep!!

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bumber shoot
sorry mind is fried

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ok!!
i give up!!!
i gotta get some sleep. =20

if this should ever actually happen, could you guys please refrain from =
gushing too much about it?  i hate it but i cannot hang!!!  gotta work =
2-morrow!!

happy listenin' (assuming there is anything to listen to)

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my gf and i are leaving sunday night for a 10 day vacation near myrtle beach.
:) :) :)  we were wondering if anyone can suggest anything that we should be
sure to check out, besides the beach and aquarium, and anything "rainbow"
oriented.  also, will there be any concerts with in say an hour or 2 that we
should hit?  we're open to try just about anything!
thanks in advance!!!
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hkfs

are yall falling asleep?
what the heck is going on here?
anyone?

nikki

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just got a brief glimplse at the end of galileo, and now the concert is
over... amazing.

-s.>
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i was wondering if anyone had the link to the amy/emily interview (maybe
world cafe or something like that) where they sing galileo and gone again
and talk for a few minutes between songs.  i think they did another song as
well.  i know i heard it a couple of months ago but i didn't save the link.
sound familiar?

thank you,

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hfks

so bumbershoot was a bummer....oh well. i only wasted
a little while waiting for the concert...ok like a few
hours but whatever....i wonder if they are going to
replay it or something...

ok...dixie chicks are going to be on letterman on the
14th and on rosie on the 15th....fyi!!!

nikki...who is going to sleep soon

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on fri, 3 sep 1999, anna creech wrote:

> on one hand, you know for sure you're getting this disk as soon as it
> comes out, and at a much lower price than some retail stores.  on the
> other hand, it doesn't seem to fit with the politics of the indigo
> girls!

   i completely agree - and while i don't always profess to agree with all
the ig body politic, if you're lucky enough to have that option, pay the
extra $2-3 for your indie store.  nothing's cooler than walking into a
store, being greeted by name, and being given tips onto cool stuff.

> i'm going to be in there when they open on that tuesday, cash in hand.
> it feels more real to me that way.

   i'll be at the (great) house of guitars in rochester, ny at midnight.
any other ig nuts gonna be there?

   darius

"me, john, and a barbarino-ray gun in one room.  how long you really
think john would stay john?"
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it said "indigo girls" so i thought they were actually gonna show it...

and then....

"that's it for friday...come back saturday"

what's up with that?

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it's supposed to look like a little amy, right?
although it just doesn't quite make it.

must be the lack of a tank top

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choochies,

was any of you cats able to see the webcast last night from bumberbutt?

i wasn't. i think it's
a giant conspiracy against me, so pls tell me if you also had iss-yews

merci,
sus

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are there only five stages in seattle? it appears that they are broadcasting
five different stages, of course if you can actually get them to work

(for the record i went to buy some soda and food, set my alarm for 11, it
never went off, so i *didn't* hear or see any of it.)

but besides ig, there are a bunch of great artists tonight and through the
weekend - anyone confirm only five stages at the actual festival


chan marshal, please please be webcast!!!

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hi all,

i'm up in seattle from miami and thought i'd post a little review about the
concert :-)  this is not gonna be as detailed as it could (long story), but i
figured others will fill in the blanks as time goes on.

i suppose a setlist is in order.  now this is definitely not in order, but
here goes:

shame on you
power of two
three hits
love's recovery (just the two of them)
pushin' the needle too far (acoustic duo again)
get out the map
go
redemption song
tried to be true
trouble
peace tonight
faye tucker
kid fears
least complicated
galileo
ghost (beea-utiful)

encore:
sister
shed your skin
closer to fine

that's all from memory.  i may have forgotten one or two of the new ones . .
.

interesting mix of songs, huh?  i was trying to place three hits at the
beginning with the drums and all.  thought it might be dead man's hill or
hand me downs.

it was a bit strange.  there'd be these upbeat rockers from amy followed by
quiet, older ballads by emily.  in all the preliminary talk about the new
material on the album on this list, i got the impression that amy was
churning out more stuff.  i dunno.  it just struck me as weird towards the
beginning of the concert.

i did like trouble though.  and peace tonight i preferred with the band over
the acoustic version i heard on the mountain earlier (which is unusual for
me).  oh, and the came on the radio at 2:30, not 3:30.  grrrr.  so i wasn't
able to tape it.

faye tucker was cool.  amy was so cute hopping around in circles and clapping
her hands together.  i love the mix of influences you can hear in the song.

ummm, a little observation.  but my friends and i were talking afterwards.
these are mostly their comments i'm reporting, but i thought they were
interesting: the evolution the two of them have gone through.  like amy is
this rock star now (and she pulls it off well), while emily was just kinda
hanging in the background.  not to say that her performance lacked for it.

my friends seemed to think that amy has gone from the shy stage performer who
didn't meet your eyes previously to, "you like me, you really like me."
emily, on the other hand, has gone the quieter route of technical
improvement: voice lessons.

is this true, btw?  i do have to say that her voice has improved over the
times i've seen her.  and she really nailed ghost.

oh, and they brought out two of the billy tripton saxophone quartet (is that
right?) to play on a few songs.


tried to be true was unexpected and welcome.  all the older stuff.  i was
just thinking, in between songs, how many they have to choose from.

that's it for now.  sorry for the brevity and scattered nature of this
review.  but i gotta go . . .

otts

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ph balance are utterly fantastic! i was surprised! i didn't know what to
expect but they got us all pumped for our girls. find their cd and buy it!
it is absolutely awesome!

ryan blackhawke
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>if you had
>the opportunity to ask amy or emily, say, 5 questions... what
>would they be.

1. you wanna hear my friend michal's demo tape?
2. you wanna hear my friend shelley's demo tape?
3. you wanna hear my friend erin's independent album?
4. you wanna hear me?


5. you, uh, want some tylenol now?

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see the album cover and hear "peace tonight" (the whole song!) on windows
media player...and a contest too!

gonna be a classic.

http://www.launch.com/webevents/indigo/

gotta love the harmonies...brass influences in the background remind me
of the sundays...
later
dave
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hmmm.  i believe it's a pocket knife & a pencil she's holding, perhaps a
visual play on "the pen is mightier than~~", ya'll know the rest.

lurk mode resumed.

gecie

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>they brought out two of the billy tripton saxophone quartet (is that
>right?) to play on a few songs.

close. :) it's the billy tipton saxaphone quartet.
named after tipton, who was either a man who lived as a woman, or a woman
who lived as a man.  i wish i could remember the story.  anyhow.  the
quartet appears, along with ig, on a great album put out by the knitting
factory, called out loud: for the human rights and freedom of lesbians and
gays.

jill

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in a message dated 9/4/99 9:41:38 am central daylight time, omenus@aol.com
writes:

> i thought they were
>  interesting: the evolution the two of them have gone through.  like amy is
>  this rock star now (and she pulls it off well), while emily was just kinda
>  hanging in the background.  not to say that her performance lacked for it.
>
>  my friends seemed to think that amy has gone from the shy stage performer
> who
>  didn't meet your eyes previously to, "you like me, you really like me."
>  emily, on the other hand, has gone the quieter route of technical
>  improvement: voice lessons.
>
>  is this true, btw?  i do have to say that her voice has improved over the
>  times i've seen her.  and she really nailed ghost.

hasn't this always been the case?  emily more reserved, and amy more in the
spotlight?  i love it during a show when emily gets real pumped up, and at
those times, you can tell that amy ray loves that woman.  when you really see
emily shining through, whether she's 'nailing ghost' or recanting the history
of a song, the entire stage presence is better.

but for me, emily shines through regardless.  even if amy is in the middle of
chickenman, reliving those 5 prarie dogs and one rabbit, oblivious to
anything else, emily is there, charging the stage and increasing the energy,
in her less aggressive ways.   and she does it.  she makes amy as good as she
is.  they foil each other, and they love each other.   i couldn't love either
of them nearly to the extent i do without the other.  (fantasies of mine and
emily's wedding aside)

love,
summer, the ever present emily person

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in a message dated 9/4/99 12:45:24 pm eastern daylight time,
jillyc@hotmail.com writes:

<< close. :) it's the billy tipton saxaphone quartet.
named after tipton, who was either a man who lived as a woman, or a woman
who lived as a man.  i wish i could remember the story. >>

he was a woman who lived as a man... even his wife didn't know until he died.
~ elizabeth, who's suddenly proud she watched that e! true hollywood story.

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i still have 300 messages to go through and they are all wonderful ones from
the list.  i feel that what i have read from the 28th of aug, is old, but i
enjoy it.  i feel bad having to skim peoples list of favorites etc.  and i
have enjoyed the stories concerning amy and checking someone out.  i share in
the maddness of the rudeness during concerts. i have never liked rudeness and
can't compmrehend it.  why go to an ig concert if u are going to be rude.  i
would die if i was the one on stage and had rude comments thrown at me.  i
would never want to perform live again.  i don't have a list because i have
been unobservant and have let everything mesh together or i i have not put
titles with songs.

    i have a question though and people can email privately:  is it easier to
be a gay man and be out compared to be a lesbian and being out?  or is it
just easier to find a gay man than a lesbian?  i guess i say that because
everywhere i go i see more gay  men than lesbians.

tat

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before i review, there are some comments:

you know you're obsessed when --> you go out of your way to secure an
advanced copy of an album, and then upon receiving it and playing it for the
first time sing along word for word.

the cover has freaked me out.  but i'm still scared of those sots dolls.  the
only album cover i really care for is swamp ophelia ... and i digress.  but
the publicity shot they sent me, imho, is really bad!  emily looks like she's
straining to see, and amy not only greatly resembles a raccoon, but should
not have been photographed in that shirt.

and now for the review...
  (y'all keep in mind, i'd only heard a few of the new songs beforehand.
(for sots, there was only like one song i hadn't heard... i can't even
remember which it was.  anyhoo...) )
   this is their best album yet, no contest!  i swear, if we're not talking
grammy for best contemporary folk album here, i dunno.  i even like the way
it was mixed, for the most part.  i cannot express to you how excellent this
is... not just the songs themselves, but the way it's produced, organized and
pulled together.  i'll try to focus more on the way the album is done, since
i guess most of you all know the songs.  overall, emily's songs seem less
personal than ever before.  they're story songs, for the most part.  the only
thing that bothered me was a few of her songs musically sounded a tad
similar, but not obscenely.  also -- man, this album is so southern, i love
it to death!  this makes me want to flee boston to atlanta, i swear.  this
album has only made me more bitter about moving north. (said with a smile)

for a blow by blow account...
1 go ~ a great version of this song, very well done.  folks who didn't like
the harder-edged stuff on sots won't have a warm welcome to cons with this as
the first track, but oh well.
2 soon be to nothing ~ again, very well done.  extremely powerful.  i love
the percussion on this track ... if it were very fast, it would almost have a
dance beat.  mixed very well.  if people want to worry the girls are breaking
up soon, this song, not amy's potential solo album, should be the fuel for
that fire.
3 gone again ~ ohhh, amy.... this track was recorded "live-in-studio" and is
very high energy.  if it weren't for the "blatant lesbian content", i'd be
sure this was the next single (hee hee).  i'd liked this song anyway, but
this cut is awesome!  my only issue was sheryl crow really is *background*
vocals here -- if she wasn't named, it would be impossible to tell it was
her.  i was looking forward to more of a harmony from *her*, but it's nice to
know she's there.
4 trouble ~ wow.  emily's probably got a rock album somewhere inside her,
too.  this is a very quality (hard-ish) rock track. i never liked the way
it's alright was finalized, but this is great.  no reason to think em hasn't
been playing music like this all along.
5 sister ~ *sigh*  great, classic amy.
6 peace tonight ~ i wish this was faster.  whoever said it seemed lyrically
like a nighttime gotm was right.  i like it, it's decent.  but every time i
hear it, i want it to be a tad faster.  this struck me as one of the weakest
tracks on the album, but that's more of a positive comment about the record
than a negative comment on the song.
7 ozilline ~ wonderful bluegrass tune.  starts out with amy's grandmother
talking about times past, in a way that reminded my i'm behind on my summer
reading (_absalom! absalom!_ ).  great song.  mixed excellently
8 we are together ~ hmm ... one of the weakest tracks on the album.  emily
sounds really tired, which is fine, but her vocals don't match the music.  in
that, the music has this energy, but em doesn't.  i don't like the way this
was produced at all.
9 cold beer and remote control ~ kind of weird, even if just musically.  but
i *like* it.  a lot.  it's not like anything else on this album.
speaking of which. . . .
10 compromise ~ complete punk! -- even if there is a cello involved.  this
could be a single on different radio stations than they usually air on, but i
know it won't be.  =(  reminded me a lot of live-thru-this era hole.  very
rage against the machine-y, too.  done very well. yey feedback!
11 andy ~ a nice, quiet little song.  doesn't stand out much to me, but is
definitely not a weak track.  connects 10 and 12 well.
12 faye tucker ~ how far we've come from an into to scooter boys.  the vocals
by natacha atlas, an arabic singer "enjoying commercial success across
europe", are haunting and beautiful.  the song's about 5 minutes long, and a
combination hymn/jam session.  my favorite part is when amy screams this
crazy, mad scream, as if she were insane.  oh man...
(a) reprise ~ nothing worth saying... it's a reprise, what do you want from
me?  mostly instrumental...
(b) philosophy of loss ~ tho not winthrop, this is a great song.  i'm not
sure why it's a hidden track.  i think it's my favorite emily song on the
album.  great social commentary.

my final comment is you should encourage anyone who has ever expressed any
interest in ig to buy this album as soon as it comes out!  there's something
for everyone -- literally.  words can't express how great this record is.

well, i'm done now.  my apologies to the digest people.

~ elizabeth

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well, after this wonderful month of fundraising, we are very proud to report
that we raised just over $3,000!!! we can not tell you how thankful we are
to those of you who have expressed your support for honor the earth. we have
tallied the results of the fundraising contest and they are as follows:

<i>~this list is temporary, pending on check clearances
if a check does not clear, we will notify the donator, as well as the next
runner-up donator for their prize~</i>

certain prizes will not be available right away. for example, the new indigo
girls cd, come on now social, will not be released until september 28th,
etc. we will get the prizes to you as soon as possible. the prizes will be
sent to you all at once, with the exception of the hte 2000 tour itinerary
in which the date of release is yet to be determined.

<b>2nd prize winners</b> who will receive an advance tour itinerary for
honor 2000 (as soon as the itinerary is finalized) listing yet un-publicized
venues & dates, as well as a commemorative hte hemp tour poster, signed by
amy and emily are as follows:

jackie hodgman
chris imershien
angela beasley
laura jackson
paula morelock
danielle fredrick
lisa tatonetti
janice monforton & samantha mackenzie (prize will be shared)
mary lou iantosca
suzanne l. hammontree

<b>1st prize winners</b> will be given a pair of golden circle tickets
(preferred seating) to the indigo girls show of their choice (this being a
show on the ig tour beginning fall 99) and a signed photo, as well as the
above. these winners are as follows:

diane hartley - who also receives a $100 gift certificate from the freemont
hemp co.
java solis
jason lee

<b>grand prize winner</b> will receive two golden circle tickets to the
indigo girls show of their choice, a signed photo, a tour t-shirt and a
newly released signed cd.  amy and emily will each make a personal note to
the winning donator on the autographed items. the winner is:

ryan blackhawke

all winners please email us with your mailing address, email address and
phone number with area code so we can get in touch with you about your
prizes!!!!!!

please email all information to kmcelveen@agnesscott.edu

once again, thank you so much to everyone who participated, especially those
who worked their butts off to table, and make crafts to auction, etc!!


greta gohn
kristen mcelveen
honor the earth staff

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date:         sat, 4 sep 1999 14:03:37 -0400
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subject:      philly show

is there anyone out there going to the oct. 4 show at the tower theater that
would like to meet before the show? i'm flying solo for this concert and
have never been to the tower theater before. does anyone know if orchestra
seats are good? row mm seat 110. and does anyone have directions coming from
nj taking 95? i have directions from the tower theater web page but they are
not to good.

thanks
jen :-)

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go ryan, go ryan go ryan!!!!!!


congrats to all of the winners!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
carrie

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date:         sat, 4 sep 1999 14:54:13 -0400
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hey guys and gals!
can someone please tell me how to listen to the song? i have no clue. anyone
know what software you need to listen to it? or if you need to do something
to it? can anyone out there help me with this?

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i am done with all of my mail and should get off before i get more.  thank u
for alowing me vent i have been through a crisis and still think that i am in
it.  life will be better when i am surrounded by lesbians instead of hetero
people where i feel i can't relate and want to crawl up into a ball and cry.
pathetic.  saturday after noon and that is what i want to do.  the weather is
nice etc.  pathetic
tat

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hello all,

my apologies ahead of time if this is an observation previously made...

it seems to me i remember reading about how affected the indigo girls were by
the columbine high school shootings. perhaps the new album cover (of what
appears to me to be a little girl holding an open pocket knife in one hand
and an unsharpened pencil in the other) is a social/political comment fueled
by school shootings this year. if that is indeed a pencil, it would make
perfect sense.

your thoughts?

~n

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ok, what i am wondering now is this. i got to meet joan from the list (you
guys at the atlanta listmeet, i have seen your pictures....mike, what a
cutie you are darlin, and ryan, oooooh baby...tee hee)  anyway, we were
discussing the viva la diva song when you're ready. i used to have a tape
call amy and cooper a history in song. that someone from the list sent me,
but i cant for the life of me find it. i found the cover, but no tape. if
that person or anyone else on the list who has it could email me i would
really appreciate it. because now i am in a panic to find it again. and
listen to this song. thanks guys.

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i don't think it's a pencil.  to me it looks like the girl is whittling or
something.  ya know...using the knife on a stick.  i used to do it myself
when i was about that age.  yes, my parent's trusted me with a knife.
hmmm...anyways...just my 2 cents.

amy

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date:         sat, 4 sep 1999 19:20:48 -0400
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hey all,

after asking permission, i have made yet another new amy background.  anyone
who wants a copy just email me and i will send away. i do have an emily one
too, i made for miss sunshine. and if you would prefer i can send you that
one instead.  what can i say, when i get bored watching non existent
webcasts...i create. it is a great use of that negative energy.

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i found this in my sent messages, i meant to send it to the list but only
sent it to the original author. sorry if it confuses, but i still wanted to
share it.

ok, i have to add my story to this.

i used to work for joseph-beth booksellers in lexington, ky and we had delta
burke come in for a book signing a year or so ago, i got to host the event
with one of my fellow booksellers, and we put together a fashion show of her
clothing as well as the book signing for her book. delta didn't know that we
were doing this for her and when she came out to the platform, i was
standing next to her table in one of her outfits, she looked me up and down,
shook her head and said "nice". after a three hour (with no break) stint of
signing about 350 autographs, we ended things and took the poor exhausted
woman back to the store offices.  at the store, we had a little shed out
back that we used to sneak out to  smoke in, it had no lights, and was
filled with bags for the store, but we all called it the special place,
kinda silly but hey when you work retail you take your laughs where you can
get them.  we had mentioned it to delta earlier that evening, and when our
manager asked her what she wanted to do, she through her hands into the air
and said i have to go to the "special place" he looked at me, and i
explained, they tried to talk her into another more suitable place, but
again she just said " no i have to go to the special place". so we all
(about 6 of us) gathered out back in the dark and rain with miss delta to
smoke. it was so fun and silly. but she was very down to earth. we ate
dinner with her later and she even cried when she saw all the things we had
done in the store to promote her book and clothes.  i will never forget it.
she even gave me and the girl who organized everything her home address and
told us to stop by if we were ever in new orleans.  maybe someday i will,
but for now, it was nice to meet someone as wonderful as her who is so down
to earth.

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beccie lyon

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could the kind friend who offered to make copies, please e-mail me, or
anyone whom i can get a copy of this broadcast, please get in touch, i
would love a copy, thanks, karen

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hey, these are lyrics from a song sung at camp ...i know somebody who's
interested in knowing alternate lyrics or who the author is.  if anybody
knows, please write me.

thanks,
lorie

>on the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where i am free
>                     on the loose to live my life the way i think my life
>should be
>                                    for i only have a moment
>                                   and a whole world yet to see
>                              i'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose
>
>                     have you ever seen the sunrise turn the sky completely
>red?
>                  have you slept beneath moon and stars a pine bough o'er
>your head
>                                  do you sit and talk with friends
>                                   though a word is never said?
>                        then you're just like me and you've been on the loose
>
>                    on the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where i
>am free
>                     on the loose to live my life the way i think my life
>should be
>                                    for i only have a moment
>                                   and a whole world yet to see
>                              i'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose
>
>                      there's a trail that i'll be hiking just to see where
>it may go
>                         many places yet to visit, many people yet to know
>                                   and in following my dreams
>                                     i will live and i will grow
>                           on a path that's waiting out there on the loose
>
>                    on the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where i
>am free
>                     on the loose to live my life the way i think my life
>should be
>                                    for i only have a moment
>                                   and a whole world yet to see
>                              i'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose
>
>                    so in search of love and laughter i'll be trav'ling
>cross this land
>                        never sure of where i'm going for i haven't any plans
>                                  and in time when you are ready
>                                 come and join me, take my hand
>                            and together we'll share life out on the loose
>                    on the loose to climb a mountain, on the loose where i
>am free
>                     on the loose to live my life the way i think my life
>should be
>                                    for i only have a moment
>                                   and a whole world yet to see
>                              i'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose
>                              i'll be looking for tomorrow on the loose
>

http://www.imagineradio.com/mymusiclisten.asp?name=loried

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 00:18:38 -0400
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just to let y'all know - i'll need another few hours to post the final
results (busier today than i planned). look for everything sunday mid-day!

great list all!
-s.

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i talked to the folks at the realnetworks booth and they said they are going
to make the concert available on demand.

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
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(who had a great time today meeting everyone but is utterly exhausted with 2
more days to go)

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hey,

i have a quick question.  where are y'all seeing/getting cons early?  just wondering...

:-) karen

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an ig concert on demand?! i love the sound of that!

this is good - i was pretty unhappy with those realnetworks folks for
advertising something they couldn't deliver. ryan - thanks for talking to
them and passing the word along to us!

you know, someday i bet we'll be able to go to an internet site, choose our
favorite songs of the moment and cue'em up for an audio/video concert.
we'll sit back and watch up on the big screen any old time in beautiful
surround sound (or for people like me, tune up the guitar and be the third
ig...). maybe you'll be able to choose based on their outfits too: "let's
see, how about sister with amy in tank top?"...

but bumbershoot on demand is good for now...

-sue


at 12:39 am 9/5/99 -0700, ryan blackhawke wrote:
>i talked to the folks at the realnetworks booth and they said they are going
>to make the concert available on demand.
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>ryan blackhawke
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>http://www.fremonthemp.com
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it's not fair! the contest is only open to us residents! bwaaaaaaahhhh! :(

isabelle

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hey,

does anyone know where i need to go on launch.com to get the audio for peace
tonight?  i found the new album and the list of songs but i can't click on
the song (doesn't have the little music notes next to it).  what am i doing
wrong here?  computers are driving me nuts this week between this and the
"live concert" via internet. ugh...

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if you are having problems listening to 'peace tonight' on launch.com =
(like i did), download the windows media player at =
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isabelle, sorry to say that i don't like peace tonight very much... :(

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date:         sun, 5 sep 1999 13:54:37 edt
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yeah, it definetly looks like a knife and a piece of wood she's whittling
(sp?) to me. although i'm nota big fan of the cover, i think it will grow on
me.
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when i click on the link to listen to "peace tonight," i get an error
message that my computer can't connect with the server. anyone else having
problems/got solutions?

april

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would some kind friend please post the exact url that takes us to where =
peace tonight is.  i'm not getting the link on launch.com's home page.  =
i'd appeciate it.

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well, a few of them.   first off, i can only hear the song in segments, b/c
of all the buffering in between.  any way to avoid this or get around it?
second... well, not really a question, but from what ive heard, i prefer the
acoustic version... from the first few seconds, it kind of sounds like a tv
sitcom theme or something.  hmmm... ahh well.  any suggestions would be
appriciated regarding the buffering problem...
a' demain,
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keep trying; sometimes it takes a few tries to get thru.  2)  as for
buffering, i'm with the rest of the crowd.  any ideas on how to get around?

melissa
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> when i click on the link to listen to "peace tonight," i get an error
> message that my computer can't connect with the server. anyone else having
> problems/got solutions?
>
> april
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this was posted yesterday

http://www.launch.com/webevents/indigo/

i'm just logging on and i needed to d/l a new codec -

and sure enough, got booted off the server - ever think this audio stuff is
getting too advanced - i mean g2 sucks in comparison to real audio 5.0 -

thank god for mp3's

peace - (but not listening to peace tonight!!!)

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in a message dated 9/5/99 5:32:27 pm eastern daylight time, melissa@ce1.com
writes:

<< keep trying; sometimes it takes a few tries to get thru.  2)  as for
buffering, i'm with the rest of the crowd.  any ideas on how to get around?
>>


change the buffer time from 3 secs to 30(the max allowed)   it doesnt make it
perfect but it then plays for about 20-30 seconds at a time instead of
crapping out every 2-3.

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date:         sun, 5 sep 1999 21:38:24 -0400
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hi everyone!

here it is! our final group set list for the cons tour and previous. i have
included four versions of the results:
1. the cons fantasy set list
2. a pre-cons fantasy set list
3. the whole list of ig songs receiving votes
4. the whole list of covers receiving votes

on the #1 list we seem to have gotten way into the more intense amy
material. it would be hard to put this into a good concert order without
hearing the cons songs to know where the lighter stuff is. someone give it
a try!

on the #2 list we have lots of nice balance - it'd be a great show! i can
think of several ways i'd order the songs.

on the entire list of songs receiving votes the balance was great too - 30
amy songs (one with mm), 33 emily songs, and 2 by both.  i'd say this list
loves 'em both for sure.

total number of people voting: 68
final numbers won't add up to 6 songs each because we weren't strict about
rule adherence, but this is pretty close.
i put in the last minute changes and additions (celeste, karen, others...)

so here we go!


final fantasy set list for cons tour: song and #votes

the wood song                           23
blood and fire                          15
love will come to you                   15
you left it up to me                    11
fugitive                                        10
language or the kiss                    10
chickenman                              9
crazy game                              9
touch me fall                           8
watershed                               8
hand me downs                           7
pushing the needle too far              7
go
soon be to nothing
gone again
trouble
sister
peace tonight
ozilline
we are together
cold beer and remote control
compromise
andy
faye tucker
philosophy of loss

covers:
tangled up in blue              9
romeo and juliet                        8


pre cons fantasy set list

the wood song                           23
blood and fire                          15
love will come to you                   15
you left it up to me                    11
fugitive                                        10
language or the kiss                    10
chickenman                              9
crazy game                              9
touch me fall                           8
watershed                               8
hand me downs                           7
pushing the needle too far              7
get out the map                         6
ghost                                   6
mystery                                 6
nashville                               6
power of two                            6
shame on you                            6
strange fire                            6

covers:
tangled up in blue                      9
romeo and juliet                                8
blister in the sun                              7


whole list of ig songs receiving votes for fantasy set list:

the wood song                           23
blood and fire                          15
love will come to you                   15
you left it up to me                    11
fugitive                                        10
language or the kiss                    10
chickenman                                      9
crazy game                                      9
touch me fall                           8
watershed                                       8
hand me downs                           7
pushing the needle too far              7
get out the map                         6
ghost                                           6
mystery                                 6
nashville                               6
power of two                            6
shame on you                            6
strange fire                            6
kid fears                               5
land of canaan                          5
love's recovery                         5
hammer and a nail                               4
joking                          4
keeper of my heart                              4
prince of darkness                              4
reunion                         4
walk away                               4
world falls                             4
you and me of the 10,000 wars                           4
burn all the letters (w/ ulali)                         3
galileo                         3
hey kind friend                         3
make it easier                          3
secure yourself                         3
southland in the springtime                             3
the boys just laugh                             3
three hits                              3
blood quantum                           2
caramia                         2
cut it out                              2
closer to fine                          2
dead man's hill                         2
don't give that girl a gun                              2
everybody's waiting (for someone to come home)                          2
everything in its own time                              2
fare thee well                          2
jonas and ezekiel                               2
least complicated                               2
leeds                           2
let it be me                            2
scooter boys                            2
shed your skin                          2
airplane                                1
hey jesus                               1
high horse                              1
i don't know your name                          1
left me a fool                          1
lifeblood                               1
never stop                              1
no way to treat a friend                                1
play it again sam                               1
problem child                           1
up in smoke                             1
virginia woolf                          1
winthrop                                1


whole list of covers receiving votes

tangled up in blue                              9
romeo and juliet                                8
blister in the sun                              7
melissa                         6
all along the watchtower                                3
down by the river                               3
the weakness in me                              3
wish you were here                              3
american tune                           3
it won't take long (ferron)                             2
love of the common people                               2
mona lisas and mad hatters                              2
wish you were here                              2
shameless                               1
dance, dance, dance                             1
and so it goes (billy joel)                             1
blue/brown eyed girl                            1
bury my heart at wounded knee                           1
carry me away                           1
c'mon get happy (partridge family)                              1
coming up close (til tuesday)                           1
daddy's all gone (jt)                           1
dancing shoes (dan fogelberg?)                          1
holiday inn (elton john)                                1
house at pooh's corner                          1
i still haven't found what i'm looking for              1
keep on rockin in the free world                                1
levon                           1
me and bobby mcgee                              1
midnight train to georgia                               1
something from jcs                              1
summertime                              1
summer highland falls                           1
thin line                               1
uncle john's band                               1
up on a roof                            1
when it rains it snows                          1
you don't own me (first wives club)                             1
you turn me on, i'm a radio (joni mitchell)             1
wild wild party in the loquat tree                              1

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date:         mon, 6 sep 1999 01:08:30 edt
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hmm.....this would have been an ig moment.  but alas, our computer-age
society has failed once again :)

i go to the pollstar website to find out some dates for an artist and guess
who pops onto the screen!  yup, amy and emily!

but

ya know when their picture disappears and something else pops up and then
that disappears and their faces would come back again?  ya know what i'm
talking about?

the word that came up was bumbershoot!!!  as if!  so you're announcing, one
and a half days late, a show that was supposed to be broadcast over the
internet but which didn't actually make it, save about 45 seconds.

ironic???  just a bit my dear sweet kind friends :)

carrie

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date:         mon, 6 sep 1999 00:11:30 +0000
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well, i dunno, perhaps i'm just trying to avoid latin conjugations or
something, but i wanted to throw in my $.02 about friday. maybe it's cuz i'm
so glad to have made it to an ig concert this year. so this is just a few
random but ig related thoughts. i was kinda surprised that some of emily's new
songs were so peppy. i expected peace tonight to be a mellow, folky thing (no,
i'm not complaining). i was way happy to hear so much new stuff even though
i've heard a lot of it in its earlier incarnations. amy was absolutely
adorable (as if i wouldn't say that anyways) with all her singing along with
emily and smiling. she did little motions along with our singing on ctf
(pretending to have a drink, hugged emily, smacked her head, etc.) which was
so cute. and also amy went and stood right in front of the woman playing the
penny whistle during ctf (yeah, i haven't learned the names of the new band
folks, i suck) and totally made her laugh. emily was totally rocking out on
some of the songs...i think it was go when she was particularly into the
music. and her sparkly eyeshadow was cute (matching with the cello player
too). i was totally thrilled to hear redemption song again. it's been a while
since they've done it. i guess those are my thoughts that you might want to
hear. i've got a question too, i guess. i bought a cons shirt and the picture
on the front is looking kinda familiar to me and i'm trying to figure out what
other picture it looks like (i mean like it's similar to some other sort of
symbol/logo/picture out there). anyone got a guess as to what i'm thinking of
in my crazy little brain? well, anyways, whatever. it was a great concert and
a great weekend and i'm sooooo glad i ditched school and went.
-sam (who officially declares ryan to be her hero of the week)

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    they are rebroadcasting ig today-monday, 9/6 at 6:30pm pt.  hopefully,
it'll be accessible the second time around!

    jennifer

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hi!  i'm not a regular poster...more of an avid reader of all of your
thoughts and dreams, but wanted to share my wonderful experience last
friday at the girl's show in seattle (bumbershoot--that's with a "b"!).
i must say hello again to ryan who i met in the stadium prior to the show.
the sound check experience was surreal at best!! never had i experienced
seeing the girls and their band playing snippets of songs and talking to
each other, making sure everything was perfect for the show! i was honored
to be there and must admit, i felt like a sponge trying to soak it all in!!
i'm sure i sat next to or said hi to some of you on the blue tarp! hello
to shelley as well.
the opening act, as was reviewed by another attendee, was really great!
kind of a funk, folk, rhythm band.  enjoyed them.
the girls, of course, were incredible! i have purposefully avoided hearing
the new songs so that i could hear them at the concert and then be able to
hear the new cd with a fresh ear!  i loved every one!! wow!  the set was
mixed with several golden oldies too, which was fun!  amy took time out
near the start of the encore to read an announcement by green peace about
the rapid destruction of a particular rain forest. i can't remember where
she said it was, but the point being, that the company home depot has made
a promise to "eventually" faze out their purchase/use of wood taken from
this/these forests.  the faze out process won't happen though, for a few
years and amy wanted us to encourage home depot to speed up the process.
she said we should talk to employees in the stores about the issue, and try
to create awareness of the situation.
ok, fashion report.  no tank top.  :)  emily had on a black shirt and black
pants. amy wore a reddish print shirt and grey jeans.
both seemed really happy to be there.  emily, once again, couldn't believe
how big the stadium seemed.  is that good or bad??!  lots of smiles and
dancing/clapping by amy!  for the web broadcast, there were plenty of
cameras and some guy in black glasses wandering around the audience
interviewing people!  hopefully, the demand will be heard so that the web
broadcast will finally be shown! ya!
the following was in today's newspaper in tacoma, wa:
"we're rocking out more than we used to," saliers said by phone before the
seattle show.  they had talked about getting back to their stripped-down,
just-the-two-of-them roots before making the new record and decided to
wait.  "the next record will be really acoustic," saliers said.

cool! hope this wasn't too long!  23 days and counting...!
stacy.

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sorry for the waste of bandwidth...but alas, i continue :)

tonight, 8:00 at hofstra university (where in the university i do not know.
precisely why i am getting there really freaking early!  i have to actually
find the place they're performing), the acoustic girls circle is performing.

the acoustic girls circle is comprised of 3 of the most magnificent
songwriters i have ever heard, trina hamlin (whom you might have heard at
newport last year), marilyn d'amato, and nini camps.

these women are incredible!  anyone in the area should try to make it.
hofstra university is exit m5 w (i believe this is the correct exit) off of
the meadowbrook parkway.  keep going west on hempstead turnpike and you'll
see it on the south side of the street.

i guarantee this will be a great show.

i think, actually, that it might also be free of charge but i'm not sure.

carrie

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in case anyone cares...amy was talking about the temperate rainforests,
particularly in canada (although there's the forests in the olympic peninsula
which are also in danger of disappearing). did she say home depot or home
base? i always get them confused, though i'm sure they could both use some,
er, environmental awareness. anyways, hooray for the efforts to save what's
beautiful about the pnw.
-sam (enviro lover, animal freak, and obsessive about cheese)

stacy waterworth wrote:

amy took time out
> near the start of the encore to read an announcement by green peace about
> the rapid destruction of a particular rain forest. i can't remember where
> she said it was, but the point being, that the company home depot has made
> a promise to "eventually" faze out their purchase/use of wood taken from
> this/these forests.  the faze out process won't happen though, for a few
> years and amy wanted us to encourage home depot to speed up the process.
> she said we should talk to employees in the stores about the issue, and try
> to create awareness of the situation.

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sorry.  the concert tonight for acoustic girls circle is supposedly at the
rathskeller, in te downstairs of the hofstra student building, which is on
the north side of campus, not the south side.

carrie

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hi,

any boots floatin around of this here concert that them girls sang at
that thar bumbershoot place (silly name, innit?)?  please, purdy please?
i'd be mighty obliged.

elaine - just saw "the beverly hillbillies" on video again - it's cute
but t'wasn't as good as the original tv show - i had a mad crush on
jethro and ellymae.  oh, that zany clampett family . . .

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> . . .  easier to find a gay man than a lesbian . . .

ya jist gotta make sho ya use the right bait 'cuz those lisbins is a
slippery bunch - they's mighty tricky to catch.

elaine :)

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date:         mon, 6 sep 1999 18:48:35 +0100
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greetings listees! greta and i just wanted to post one more time, our
gratitude to those of you that have made this fundraiser a reality and been
so tremendously supportive during these past few months. however, we've also
been receiving numerous negative emails about the outcome of this honor the
earth fundraiser, and i just wanted to clear things up a bit. earlier this
year, we came up with an idea to do a fundraiser for honor the earth through
this list as a reward to you, the fans, for all of your support in past
years. we assumed that we would be rewarding those of you who have
selflessly put yourselves out there to educate others about our cause, and
being indigo girls fans, why not reward you with indigo girls merchandise?
we tried to make it clear that this was to raise funds for our organization,
and hoped that those of you who did donate, donated for the good of our
cause, and not purely for the reward. we are terribly sorry to those of you
who are upset that you are not getting a personal thank you from emily and
amy. we hope many of you who are frustrated subscribe to our newsletter,
visit our website, or read our press to know that we, honor the earth, have
and will thank you personally and publicly for your generosity. we worked
with the girls and their management on this fundraiser, and they gave the
prizes to us as their reward to you, the list. most of you have been more
than kind, tabling with our literature at festivals, making dreamcatchers
with your camp kids to sell, and auctioning photos. i have to say this has
been the most creative fundraiser i've seen, and we can't thank you folks
enough. we are just frustrated by the many of you whom seem very angry that
you are not receiving a personal gift from the girls, or who asked us in so
many words to give you a high-level prize anyway for your $5 donation when
there are others out there who really worked for their reward. once again,
thank you so much to those of you who have supported us in our efforts to
educate our cause. we at honor the earth thank you for your support and
generosity.

kristen mcelveen
greta gohn
honor the earth staff

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hey everybody. havent been able to check email on my other account for about
3 days. i have new computer all hooked up and everything's peachy, but
netscape is down, of course. so im using this mindspring account. i have
celeste's, janene's and cindy's addresses for pics, but now i cant remember
who wanted what! i really want to get these sent out tomorrow, and im sure
you all would appreciate it if i finally got my act together, so please
email me back at this address with your specifics. and to anyone else who
expressed an interest but has yet to send an address, please do. thanks!
hope all's been well in indigo-land. i look forward to hundreds of un-read
messages!  =0)
hope ya'll had a great weekend!!!!
-karen

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wow what a weekend. it was great to meet so many listees and experience
such an awesome concert. thanks again to ryan for organizing the
listmeet, saving us the spot on the blue tarp, etc, etc. i second sam's
nomination of ryan for hero of the week!

the greenpeace information amy read was about the great bear rainforest
on the west coast of british columbia which the nasty foresty companies
what to chop up and turn into bum paper and pre-fab housing. for more
literate information try http://www.greenpeace.org or
http://greenpeacecanada.org.

i must nap now.

helen

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subject:      bumbershoot live webcast help!
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if anyone can catch the backstage interview with emily, could you please =
tell us what she said?  it looks like i'm not going to see it :(  damn =
server :(

isabelle

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okay, is anyone else having trouble staying connected to this thing? i can't
manage to keep the webcast on my screen. it's either always rebuffering
which someone forewarned us about this in terms of webcasts and/or i keep
getting warning messages that my connection to the server has been timed
out. argh. maybe i should take this as a warning and go to bed. i guess i do
have an early class tomorrow. sigh. one more try.
becky

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for you, west-coasters, the ally mcbeal episode, which airs the first verse
and last chorus of vonda shepard's song, "baby don't you break my heart
slow", in the last ten minutes of the show, you can catch it tonight, on the
fox channel, 9pm pst.  for those of you who don't know, emily saliers sings
it as a duet on vonda's latest album, though on ally mcbeal, you only hear
emily doing background vocals on the chorus part.

just watched it, and remembered how starved i was for anything new from the
indigo girls last february,

diane - :) twenty-one days, one hour, and fifty five minutes until come on
now social release!!

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i finally got to see the rebroadcast of bumbershoot. i must say that i am
now a very happy camper. it was a great show, and i am most envious of those
of you who were there in person and who got to hear out lovely ladies sing
that wonderfully up close. any way, i hope that the rest of you who were
with me friday night waiting for the webcast got to see it this time around
as well, now i can go to bed with the strains of sister and peace tonight
playing in my ears. ahhh, what a wonderful way to go off to dreamland.

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wow what a weekend! it was great to meet so many listees and experience
such an awesome concert. thanks again to ryan for organizing the
listmeet, saving us the spot on the blue tarp, etc, etc. i second sam's
nomination of ryan for hero of the week!

since you all probably saw the web rebroadcast of the concert you know
that the greenpeace information amy read was about the great bear
rainforest
on the west coast of british columbia which the nasty foresty companies
what to chop up and turn into bum paper and pre-fab housing. anyway for
more
info. try http://www.greenpeace.org or http://greenpeacecanada.org.

i can't believe the webcast didn't show amy's little hand motions during
closer to fine. ahhh.

helen

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hi all of you bumbershoot listees,
     i really enjoyed meeting some of you on the tarp, even though i only
visited you all a few times then went back to sit with my wife/partner.  we
enjoyed where we were since we were right in the center, maybe just a bit
more to the emily side.  we found out once ph balance came on that we were
right on the cords.  we were also there with a friend and once the concert
was over, she said the experience was better than she expected, so once again
the girls make a great impression.
     i have to agree somewhat with ryan ( who is really cool and so is her
wife ) that ph balance was good.  i really liked pam's voice and most of the
music, but sometimes the balance was not there ex.. too much bass and drums
to hear pam.  i wasn't partial to the guy doing the rapping in most of the
songs mostly because i felt that he drowned out pam.  although maybe that was
the desired effect.
    anyway i loved meeting all of you....lynn, shelly, kendall, julie, mel,
stephanie, and all of the others who i cannot put names to the faces of.  i
am sure we will all meet again at another ig concert.  may the power be with
all of us listees.
                                           :-)
                                                                  kim

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actually, there were 18 stages at bumbershoot... they only had the
webcast running from 5 of the most interesting ones.

i was there, actually,  quite a wonderful weekend.

mike reynolds wrote:
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> are there only five stages in seattle?

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there will be at least one available after we get some time to recuperate
and put our lives back in order from this weekend. stay tuned for an
announcement. also, we'll finally get to crackin on that atlanta boot now
since we are finally done with all our shows for the year.

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> any boots floatin around of this here concert that them girls sang at
> that thar bumbershoot place (silly name, innit?)?  please, purdy please?
>  i'd be mighty obliged.

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i think bumbershoot afterglow is more like it!

in a message dated 9/6/99 5:36:50 pm pacific daylight time, hlc@portal.ca
writes:

<< wow what a weekend. it was great to meet so many listees and experience
such an awesome concert. thanks again to ryan for organizing the
listmeet, saving us the spot on the blue tarp, etc, etc. i second sam's
nomination of ryan for hero of the week! >>

i'm gonna have to third that nomination! big thanks to ryan!!! what an
amazing concert! i  absolutely loved all the new songs, especially faye
tucker. i'm sooooo excited for the new cd now!

*katy*

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introspective as you want to be" -=-amy ray-=-

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 06:59:49 -0400
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hope y'all had a great holiday - and since i kept telling myself it was
date: wed, 8 sep 1999 15:07:02 +0000
from: "l-soft list server at netspace.org (1.8d)" <listserv@netspace.org>
subject:      file: "indigo-girls log9909a"
to: underdog@earthlink.net

sunday yesterday i didn't even think about sending birthdays until this
morning *lol* good thing no one's bday was yesterday :)

september  7th
kemejets@aol.com (kristen)
"some things i hold too tightly, some things i'll never touch."

september 10
havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com> (tim baldwin)
missing_lynx@msn.com
"your actions will follow you, full circle round...."

september 12 ('77)
cmdst30+@pitt.edu (christy diefenderfer)

september 12 ('69)
ccigfan@aol.com (cheri)
"say goodbye to a world where you cannot breathe
to hiding behind unfamiliar skin
to singing songs never knowing what they mean
now this is the way it was meant to be
be still and listen to the rising and falling
knowledge is power and i never knew me till now."  --michelle malone


and a special request (perhaps from cheri - 9/12) what song is the above
quote from?  i have asked before but haven't gotten a solid answer - and i
think that i would love to hear that mm song...but don't know which one
*heh* tia!

love and indigo dreams...
audra
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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 08:17:14 -0400
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will the person who emailed me from this address:  hallelu@earthlink.com
please email me again i cant get your email to go through. you had asked for
my new backgrounds and i tried to send them but it no would work!!!!  if any
of the rest of you want them just let me know i am still sending them out.
i had a request to make one of the girls together so watch your inboxes for
an offer for it soon. i love sharing these with the list and i hope that you
all enjoy them as much as i enjoy sending them.....

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i was just wondering if it was possible to order the
new cd early online and where i should get it from.
thanks a lot!

-di

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 08:44:49 -0500
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this message comes from the computer support person at my roomate's workplace:

to all:
a bad virus is making its way around the country.
it will arrive on e-mail titled "california".

ibm and aol have announced that it is very powerful, more so than
melissa,there is no remedy. it will eat all your information on the
hard drive and it also destroys netscape navigator and microsoft
internet
explorer.

do not open anything with this title and please pass this message on
to all your contacts and anyone who uses your e-mail facility. not many
people seem to know about this yet, so propagate it as fast as possible!

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on the bumbershoot webcast, amy said that they were saying good-bye for now
to their drummer john reynolds.  anyone have any idea who is going to be
taking his place?  we can only hope it will be jerry.

luann

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>september 10
>havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com> (tim baldwin)
>missing_lynx@msn.com
>"your actions will follow you, full circle round...."

just a quick, public thanks (and happy early birthday!) to our wonderful,
wonderful tim.  i was priveledged enough to get to play a few of my songs
with him at his birthday bash/music showcase in buffalo this past weekend,
and, as cool as he is on-line, he's even cooler in person.  and an amazing
musician.  i was honored to get to see him play, and to see all of the other
buffalo musicians he invited out to his "party".  in a world so full of hype
and fads and spice/n'sync/rickymartination, it was sheer joy to watch and
listen to six hours of music for the sake of music.

tim, thanks for organizing it--the world needs more people like you.

peace,
shelley

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it gets very old to have virus hoaxes being propagated on mailing lists...the
california virus is a hoax..i repeat...it is a hoax!!

http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/venc/data/wobbler-hoax.html

when viruses that are destructive in nature are real (ie melissa) it is all
over the news, all over the papers etc...

please for the love of amy and emily stop sending crap about viruses unless
you check out norton or mcafee's site to see if it is a hoax first...every
virus warning that has been posted on this list in the amount time i have
been on this list (3 years) has been a hoax...every single last one of them...

and as far as the info coming from a support person somewhere...i seriously
doubt any computer professional on the planet who knew what they were talking
about would tell someone about a virus without checking it out first...

peace

-heather
full time computer nerd

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on tue, 7 sep 1999, luann buck wrote:

> on the bumbershoot webcast, amy said that they were saying good-bye for now
> to their drummer john reynolds.  anyone have any idea who is going to be
> taking his place?  we can only hope it will be jerry.

   where has the rest of the ig band gone?  i can only assume that if
jerry disappeared for a while, it was to turn up on somebody cool's album.
heaven forbid a musical whore like him ever do something like take a
break!  :)
   and what about sara?  we missed her at lilith '98 - i heard rumours
about a b-52s reunion, but either it didn't happen or it managed to miss
my radar screen entirely.  also, she was talking about a solo album,
ne-c'est pas?

   darius

"me, john, and a barbarino-ray gun in one room.  how long you really
think john would stay john?"
   - dave kleinschmidt

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heya.
you know that song, till there was you?
from the music man.  i think i hope.
you know, there were bells on the hills
or maybe there were birds.  on the hills.
i'm all screwed up (big surprise there, eh)
and i need to belt out this thing at 8:15pm.
if you have them, couldja please send me the lyrics
and then we will share the rapture
if i make it into this damn a capella group.
erm.  i need them as asap as possible.  like now would be ideal.
thank you i love you

tra la laaa
jill

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i won't rave forever and ever as it appears many of you have seen the
webcast and many more have read the awesome reviews already provided. but,
after having been ig-deprived for over a year and a half...holy hell, that
was an awesome concert! ph balance rocked the house. and of course, the
girls were infrickingcredible. altho, perhaps as a hangover from ph
balance, i thought the bass sort of overshadowed a & e in some parts.
somehow, the bass causing the stadium to shake during an indigo girls
concert just doesn't fit.

but, anyhoo...regrettably, i didn't get to meet any listees as i was
freaking out about just getting in there. but, it sounds like y'all had a
peachy time. better luck next time, i guess.

the girls were looking gorgeous as always and sounding even better and
after hearing all the new songs for the first time, i'm so jacked for the
new album, i can hardly bear it.

i saw the sort of incomplete, out of order setlist. does anyone have a
more complete, in order one? perhaps the folks with the boot? i'd
appreciate it.

now, nigc:

has anyone heard the new melissa ferrick album and is it as kick-a$$ as i
expect it to be? does anyone know where i can get it, since i can't seem
to find it around here?

and, what's the date for the new melissa etheridge album?

ok, that about takes care of me for now. thanks for listening, y'all.
(sorry about the discombobulated and jumbled thoughts.)

amy m.

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jilly:

i dont know the lyrics, but i think this was the song that rose polanzani
sang at saratoga springs while her guitar was being re-strung.

melissa

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> heya.
> you know that song, till there was you?
> from the music man.  i think i hope.
> you know, there were bells on the hills
> or maybe there were birds.  on the hills.
> i'm all screwed up (big surprise there, eh)
> and i need to belt out this thing at 8:15pm.
> if you have them, couldja please send me the lyrics
> and then we will share the rapture
> if i make it into this damn a capella group.
> erm.  i need them as asap as possible.  like now would be ideal.
> thank you i love you
>
> tra la laaa
> jill
>
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i have heard the girls 4 times now in the last month (stanhope, nff, spac,
denver lilith) and the bass has been overshadowing at all 4 venues.

by the time i heard lilith, i was convinced that not only was the bass
terribly off (sound-wise only), but that the sound for ig was inferior to
that of the other bands performing.

on a drummer note, i'm sorry to hear that john reynolds is departing, i did
enjoy his work on the current stuff, although i think that things weren't
too smooth on some of the older ig songs.

melissa


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> . altho, perhaps as a hangover from ph
> balance, i thought the bass sort of overshadowed a & e in some parts.
> somehow, the bass causing the stadium to shake during an indigo girls
> concert just doesn't fit.
>
>

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five questions and a/e identitificationwithism:

first, amy/emily:  i see a lot of myself in amy (or in the "amy persona"
anyways).  the raw emotions, the sometimes insecurity, the bouncing all
around the stage.  i think i tend to overlook what emily brings to their
music (as my photos from any concert i've gone to in the last year will
attest); i'm so drawn to the rage of
churning-this-close-to-spontaneious-explosion of amy, i forget that emily's
playing is every bit as passionate.  as has been touched on a bazillion
times, i think they bring out the best in each other musically, and create
something together that is far more interesting than what either of them
would make on their own (not that i'm not panting over the prospect of amy's
"punky little solo album").

i do think that amy's songwriting has evolved a lot more than emily's.

now five questions:

1a & b.  how long were you playing before you knew that this is what you
wanted/needed to do, and or that you could do it.  and how did you know
(this is my new question for everyone...jill has persimmons, i have burning
wonder about artistic calling).

2.   if you could write a song about any one thing that you haven't written
about (or that you've tried but not been successful), what would it be?

3.  how do you find/maintain your passion for doing this (playing music)
night after, year after year?

4.  what advise/inspiration would you give to a young (sortof) musician
who's just starting out?

5.  what was your favorite book as a child?

rock on, y'all, and be well,
shel

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heck, if any of you want to, feel free to spin me your own responses to my
five questions.

shel


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on tue, 7 sep 1999, amy m. wrote:

> somehow, the bass causing the stadium to shake during an indigo girls
> concert just doesn't fit.

   sara lee.
   shed your skin.
   i disagree.

   darius

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allrighty, so who can help...

i'm coming all the way from israel just to see the girls.
well, after i go visit my mom and dad and bro and grandmother et al.
not to mention the infamous jill ;)
and hopefully dee, too.
and anyone else who's planning to show up at the rose/erin show in va
and the oct. 4th ig show in upper darby (guys, it's my first ever live
ig!!  after years and years of fanhood!!  do you know what this means to
me?  i'm about to get soppy, ick.)

however, my flight back to israel leaves october 5th at 10:30 p.m.  i'm
assuming it shouldn't take more than a day to get back to ny.  but how
do i do that, is the question i'm grappling with now.  is anyone driving
back after the show?  or if i crash at mike's place (it *was* mike who
offered, right?  and would you have an extra guitar for me to play in
this post-ig-high-get-together, if i don't bring mine along?), how do i
get back to new york?  i haven't a clue where upper darby is, or where
mike lives, for that matter (hi mike!) and how i'd get from there to one
of the places that actually has either a greyhound or amtrak station...
and i'd like to figure this out so i can plan my trip accordingly.

all help greatly appreciated!!

michal

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on tue, 7 sep 1999, hicktruckdriver wrote:

> on tue, 7 sep 1999, amy m. wrote:
>
> > somehow, the bass causing the stadium to shake during an indigo girls
> > concert just doesn't fit.
>
>    sara lee.
>    shed your skin.
>    i disagree.
>
>    darius
>
i'll give you that. when i was writing the message, i thought of making a
concession for sys, but then i didn't. you're right, tho.

amy m.

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                -the goddess, amy ray

"women together is a powerful thing, especially when you join it with
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<clearing throat> ahem...mi mi mi mi mi....


ohmyfugginggoddessthatshowrocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


okay, now that i've gotten that outta my system.  having never before been to
a concert in all my 23 years, let alone an ig concert, i must admit i was
blown away.  phbalance rocked.  our beloved girls kicked ass!  it was like
the most awesome experience.  amy was amazing...the energy that woman has on
stage is just simply unbelievable.  emily looked simply cuddly and adorable.
i especially liked the girl about 10 feet in front of me with the sign that
said "emily please have dinner with me."  i couldn't help but laugh.  i loved
every single nanosecond of it.  and, on a personal note, i'd like to make a
plea to the wonderful peoples who have the boot of the show.  my birthday is
coming up in a couple of weeks...can someone pretty pretty please with sugar
whipped cream and a cherry on top make me a copy????  i'll be your bestest
friend in the whole wide world and love you forever and ever and ever.

okay, this is me crawling back under my rock...

dawn

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i'm listening to a boot of newport 1994 and i just heard a great song by
the story called "dog dreams".   can anyone send me the lyrics?  thanks!
----------------------------------------------------------
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subject:      nigc - looking for someone and thanks
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to "janet doe" - thank you thank you thank you for my anonymous gift. only
goes to show that when you do something nice, you receive back ten-fold.

to everyone else on the list - you guys have become my extended virtual
family.  i feel so fortunate to have found ya'll.  the friends i've made in
the past year through sharing this wonderful stuff we collectively and
simply call 'ig' mean the world to me.

i love you guys.

-tara

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:11:11 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
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hkf's,

there's a new date on the tm site, although it's not on the official site
yet, that is on my site now.  i also updated the amherst info, although i'm
not 100 percent on that.  i found that local tm number thru the mullins
center web site which i found thru the umass-amherst site:
http://www.umass.edu/events/calendar2.htm

and here's the new info for syracuse:
10/07/99  syracuse, ny  landmark theater
onsale: 9/10 - 12:00pm (315)472-0700 (local tm)

so any verification of the amherst info, plus any onsale info for the athens
show, please pass that on to the list.  thanks.

ps: i'm a drummer, where do i send my application in?
;)

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:30:34 -0500
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hi all,

well, it's official.  the front page of the red & black (uga"s student
paper) had an article with ticket and venue information for ig.  the
article says that the show will be at stegeman coliseum (ugh!) on oct. 22
at 8 p.m.  there are 3 price ranges for student tix which are $18, $15,
and $12.  tix go onsale at the cashier's window in the tate student
center on sept. 18th at 9 a.m.

there is also a review of cons.  they gave it a "b".  there really isn't
anything indepth said in the review.  just that the new record is
eclectic and that joan osburne and sheryl crow appear on the record.
there is also an editorial slamming the uga for choosing ig for
homecoming since (in the writer's opinion) they don't fairly represent
the entire student body.  the writere claims that ig appears to primarily
appeal to white females.  although, we have been in the news a good bit
since the majority of our campus is white female.  if anyone cares on
checking out this editorial and writing the person a note with her or his
opinion you cna go to www.redandblack.com.  respond to the editorial
board.

now you know as much as i do concerning ig's upcoming appearance.

smiles,
allison

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:21:37 edt
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hello indigo ones!

    sorry this is alittle late, but i've been in the catskills for a brief
vacation :)
i am one happy individual!!! i scored really great seats for both shows at
the beacon theatre!!!  in our last episode, i was on my way there before i
went to work that morning. got up at 4:30 a.m. and was the 5th person in line
(coffee in hand!)  met some really great girls standing in line behind me and
got all kinds of dirt about things that went on at newport. so, i actually
had fun and was only 1 hour late for work!
i cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!
                                    danielle in nyc

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 14:20:36 -0700
reply-to:     samantha zeiss <indigo1008@yahoo.com>
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i don't know if this virus is true or not, but there is one going
around.  my sister, just last week, was sent an email to look at a
web-page (either on latino music or broadway - her passions) and
whatever page it was, it gave her computer a virus that wiped out
everything.   and don't count on the tech's to help you either.  stupid
people told her to get on my mother's computer to check her emails
because the virus wouldn't contaminate it.  wrong! wiped out my
mother's computer also - everything - files, windows, everything.
  keep your eyes open.

stephanie

who is very glad she cleaned her work off the computer onto disks and
is at school now... ;)

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:33:48 -0400
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did everyone who sent rick cds to burn get them im still waiting on mine

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 16:45:49 cdt
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hey all!! im new to this so i hope i know what im doing...i wasen't much of
a ig fan until i saw them at lilith fair..they rocked!!!! the girls were
fantastic, they sure made a fan out of me!!

ac

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:56:56 edt
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sorry, guys, just a quick blurb...

    the uga editorial really pissed me off... so "indigo girls appeals mainly
to a white younger female demographic" .... outkast was here in april,
playing right outside my dorm... the b-52's were here two homecomings ago...
these both represent very different age groups and cultures and such -- heck,
the russian ballet and an african drum trio is coming to our music school.  i
think people should be open to new music, especially if it's good (and i'm
not biased, promise ;). sorry, can you tell i've had bashing from different
sides today? i'm just so excited, it's so hard to see why other people
aren't, you know? you folks are so wonderful to blab to, thanks so much :)

hugs,
katie

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 17:57:19 -0400
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hee :o)

so you've got 'heartache central time' on early recordings iii.

d'ya reakon it's amy and emily, or amy and michelle malone. 'cause back in
the day on this here list i was reliably informed it was a&mm.

have a listen and see what you think :o)

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this week, neil 'as been mostly groovin' to:
bb king 'deuces wild'; indigo girls' new album, queen 'greatest hits ii';
steve earl 'el corazon'
song of the week 'thrill is gone' - bb king/tracy chapman

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date:         sun, 7 nov 1999 17:24:23 -0500
reply-to:     susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu>
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from:         susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu>
subject:      re: [indigogirls] bumbersh99t, read on for some nigc
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sys just rocked at bumbershoot - even on my tiny little screen with
whatever sound quality came through my speakers (bass and distorted
treble), it rocked. i loved the saxes too - they were great.

you know what though? i _love_ the song sister. i loved it when i heard it
"cold" at saratoga, i loved it when a tiny snippet of it came through
during the live bumbershoot broadcast, and i loved it when i had the
opportunity to hear the whole thing on the bs rebroadcast. i don't even
know the words yet - just the music and the feel of it. it is probably one
of those songs that's even cooler live, but i'm really looking forward to
hearing on the album.

i like the other new songs too, but sister really grabs me.

just my thoughts at the moment...
-sue

at 12:57 pm 9/7/99 -0600, amy m. wrote:
>on tue, 7 sep 1999, hicktruckdriver wrote:
>
>> on tue, 7 sep 1999, amy m. wrote:
>>
>> > somehow, the bass causing the stadium to shake during an indigo girls
>> > concert just doesn't fit.
>>
>>    sara lee.
>>    shed your skin.
>>    i disagree.
>>
>>    darius
>>
>i'll give you that. when i was writing the message, i thought of making a
>concession for sys, but then i didn't. you're right, tho.
>
>amy m.
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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 15:39:46 pdt
reply-to:     karen murphy <murphyslaw77@netscape.net>
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ladies. how are you? i am writing in regards to your ig pic. requests. i am so
scatterbrained and cannot remember your specific requests, if you had any, and
i cant find it anywhere in my emails... sooooooo, please get back to me and
i'll send the pics out by the end of the week. also, celeste, i have your
address, but your last name escapes me yet again. i know you emailed me, but
of course i cant find it.............. hope ya'll are well.... that goes for
any of you who may have read this just for the hell of it, too!
'but the question drowns in its futility, and even i have got to laugh at
me........'
-k

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 19:02:47 edt
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the epic site has a new press photo of ig, it's in b/w.  very nice.

-di

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 19:09:18 -0400
reply-to:     neil <neily@netreach.net>
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hey kind friends, intimate strangers, intimate friends (mmmm...), kind
strangers, and whatever else we're supposed to call each other 'round
here...

gonna post once or twice more the basics of our list indigo girls tribute
album in the hope of drumming up a few more interested folks. you know you
want to...

indicated - the next generation is here. join in, or be madder than a boiled
owl.

the basic rules:

- use whatever recording equipment you have available.
- record your version of an indigo girls song or two.
- no matter what the sound quality's like, it's performance that counts.
- the most original interpretaion, the better (believe me).
- it's got to be an amy or an emily original.
- can't play an instrument? fake it (like i do), get together with someone
who can or maybe even do a dramatic lyric reading or a vocals only version

just have fun with it.

the deadline has already been extended to an undetermined date. so just get
cracking and drop me a line telling me what you're doing, and i'll give you
the address to send your submissions to as soon as i get back from my road
trip...

cheers

neil
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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 16:19:25 -0700
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yes, i agree that the bass was a little overpowering. i don't know if
anybody else caught this, but between songs i thought i heard emily say,
"the bass is fucking huge!" it made me laugh :)

ben

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