lifeblood: listlogs: 1999-09b


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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 16:55:30 -0700
reply-to:     hawke2@email.msn.com
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from:         ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
subject:      bumbershoot (long)
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let's just say i am soooo glad to have that behind me. the only 3 things my
bumbershoot weekend had going for it was indigo girls (and all that
entailed), cry cry cry, and emmylou & linda. i hope they quit trying to make
bumbershoot into this teenybopper weekend. as a vendor, it sucked but enough
complaining.

my booth was in the stadium which meant i had to be open for rem (yeah, big
loss, i know...getting to see them for free). it was my first time seeing
rem and i gotta admit...those atlanta (athens) musicians know how to rock.
i've no idea if breanna managed to record any of it.

the next day was what i was looking forward to! oh to see indigo girls and
to be able to get so close up! i was in there for the sound check and
pretending to be interested in the security guys up front so they didn't
shoo me away. the sound check was quite late and that caught me off guard.
mainly, because i expected them to open the gates later. i was at my booth
when gates opened and the security guys were trying to get us all to walk
(yeah right). i had the tarp spread out and i'd met several listees earlier
and told them just head for the blue tarp. i have never run so hard in my
life! down the stairs and then 100 yards to the other end! luckily, almost
all the listees made it to the tarp.

sam and her mom were late so they had lynda (my worker) call from the booth
and i waved my rainbow flag and they managed to make it up to the rest of
us. jan (sam's mom) caught a guitar pick and they gave it to me! wow! that's
my first ig pick! in fact, it's my first performer's pick! i stayed so
jazzed! and i think of all the times i've seen the girls, this was the best.
maybe it was because i was surrounded by so many no-longer-only-virtual
friends or maybe it was because they just seemed so on that nite and were
having such a good time! i hope someone can send me a complete setlist so i
can label the cd right.

the next morning i dropped breanna off at the stadium and headed up to
capital hill for breakfast with the listees. it was so good to see so many
faces in indigo afterglow the next morn! i hope y'all got your fill of food
and indigoship.

i stayed as long as i could without feeling too guilty and then sam, her mom
and ummm helen (right? i am soooo bad with names) all piled in my van and we
left for another bumber day. twas discovered that sam and her mom forgot
their tix so i managed to get them in thru the vendor gate (note: if you
ever vend at an event, it is always a good idea to make friends with
whomever works the gate because they just waved us on in).

i worked for the day and met many of you coming by the booth. thanks to each
and every one of you for your donations to honor the earth. i will total
everything up and send all the money to hte by the end of this week. rough
guess is you helped send another $250 (conservative guess) to hte. great
thing is, i'll need to call them and have them send me more newsletters
because i'm about out after bumbershoot!

my mom, sister and 3-yr old nephew came that day so it was great spending
time with them. they decided to try to wrest their way thru the crowd while
i stayed behind. they ended up forgetting which gate i brought them in at so
then i had to go out and find them by the center house. we were sitting
there and my nephew was being his cute adorable self and these 2 guys
sitting at the bench next to ours gave him this huge stuffed elephant! i was
absolutely blown away by this total act of selflessness! i don't know why,
tho, because seattle is known to be  like that. josh took his elephant and
strapped it in the stroller. then we headed back to the stadium and i took
josh next door to the happy hats guy and he had so much fun trying on hats
and dancing around! the hat dude said that's the best kid model he's ever
seen for his stuff. so the hat dude let me buy a hat for josh for 1/2 price
and then i said goodbye to my sis and mom and darling neph.

sam came over to tell me they got really good seats for cry cry cry. i
decided to take some time and go see them. the gate guards for that venue
were not nice...but after finagling my way in, i found sam's mom and we
listened to this really funny kewl guy (jan, what was his name?). the first
time i was exposed to dar was a couple months back when she was on the cover
of hemp times. i was looking forward to hearing her music. those performers
were so great! but i was so tired! concert was coming to an end which meant
the stadium show was as well (steve winwood w/ sinead lohan) so i decided to
forego the encore to get back to the booth. by the time i got back, tho,
breanna already had everything shut down so we waited on her daughter and
then gave sam and her mom a ride to the ferry.

summary:
everything about indigo girls, list meet, tarp sharing, etc was the
highlight of my weekend.

just when you find yourself becoming quite cynical, someone goes and ruins
it for you by practicing random acts of kindness.

dar rocks!

bumbershoot doesn't (unless the bring back ig, bonnie raitt, dar, etc for a
real lineup instead of all the hip hop stuff).

i am very tired but overall, quite happy and look forward to seeing y'all
again at a listmeet.

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
http://www.fremonthemp.com

ps would whomever called me at the store today send me some email? sorry i
sounded terse on the phone...i was on the other line but would love to chat.

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date:         wed, 8 sep 1999 10:18:14 +1000
reply-to:     "ghelen@act.paxus.com.au" <ghelen@act.paxus.com.au>
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from:         helen <ghelen@act.paxus.com.au>
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subject:      more on the cons cover...
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hi all

i'm back on the list after more than 18 months break (i was overseas). just
saw the new album cover on the epic site. my god. after reading lots about
it it's hard not to have a preconceived view. i don't think i was expecting
such a real photo. i mean, i think i expected something more arty or
whatever. i actually like it. there's something about the look in her eyes
although i have to say, to me it looks like a poster, not an album cover.
it looks like the kind of poster you'd see about children and violence.
this sits strangely with me at first but actually, i think it's going to
really grow on me.

looking forward to the release day...i'm in such desperate need for new
stuff.

helen gladman

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 18:01:03 pdt
reply-to:     doolittle all day <locisima@hotmail.com>
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from:         doolittle all day <locisima@hotmail.com>
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heya, i have two over the rhine tickets for this saturday that i can't use
because i didn't get my requested day off work.  if you're in the cincinnati
area and want them, let me know and all you have to do is come to my work
(hollywood video, mariemont) and pick them up.  the show is at 8 pm at coney
island. if you haven't heard the band, you might want to consider checking
them out cause they kick my butt.

liz

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 21:17:44 edt
reply-to:     mmedido@aol.com
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from:         mmedido@aol.com
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these women seriously need to get a grip.
holy fuck.
;)
how was your trip ?
how are things ?????
how long did it take you to get used to sleeping with amy ?
not -you know what-ing, but sleeping.
miss tiff and i seem to sleep poorly when we stay at each others
house, used to sleeping alone and all that crap.
hmmmmm......
cb
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date:    mon, 6 sep 1999 18:48:35 +0100
from:    kristen mcelveen <kmcelveen@agnesscott.edu>
subject: honor the earth

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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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 21:25:08 edt
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oh dear.... i can't believe i sent that to the list.
ooops.
color me embarrassed.
and no i wasn't speaking of amy ray.

never mind...
;)
binky

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 18:28:46 pdt
reply-to:     doolittle all day <locisima@hotmail.com>
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hlc@portal.ca wrote:

<< 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! >>


then katy wrote:

<< 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! >>

you guys are nuts!  ryan's not the hero of the week.  she's the hero of at
least a month.

i wish i had a video tape of the times i've seen them do faye tucker just to
see all the amy dancing.  is it just me, or does she keep getting more and
more swoonworthy?  her closer to fine charades had me cracking up.

i think sam should share some of her indigo stories with the list. :-)

liz <---who feels she may have to go block trippin in the middle of the
night if the construction on her street isn't over soon

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 18:41:24 -0700
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from:         ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
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aww shucks, y'all *blush* i was happy to do it. i second the idea of sam
sharing some of those indigo stories! c'mon sam, those are awesome little
ditties!

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
(888) 956-hemp
http://www.fremonthemp.com

> -----original message-----
> you guys are nuts!  ryan's not the hero of the week.  she's the hero of at
> least a month.
>
> i wish i had a video tape of the times i've seen them do faye
> tucker just to
> see all the amy dancing.  is it just me, or does she keep getting more and
> more swoonworthy?  her closer to fine charades had me cracking up.
>
> i think sam should share some of her indigo stories with the list. :-)
>

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date:         wed, 8 sep 1999 11:44:27 +1000
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i'd always assumed it was emily but i just listened to it again and i
swear it is michelle.  they have a different way of harmonising with amy
and i'm pretty sure it's michelle.  great pick up!

maddie

on tue, 7 sep 1999, neil wrote:

> 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:         tue, 7 sep 1999 21:46:33 -0400
reply-to:     neil <neily@netreach.net>
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subject:      nigc a long-shot attempt at a life...
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hey :o)

there's a fair chance i'm going to be bored out of my mind in st. =
joseph's, mi for a goodly part of this friday (and maybe thursday too).=20

if anyone can help give a shy enlgish guy something to do, y'know, drink =
and conversation, places to go to etc. etc. (although i think abi, our =
car, may be otherwise engaged. bah.)

i appreciate the sadness of my existance, but i have an excuse :o)

and if you're nowhere near there, i need more of a life in/near philly =
too...

hee :o)

neil
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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 22:05:27 -0400
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i know that i have always offered only amy backgrounds in the past with the
exception of the emily one i made for our dear summer, i have been asked to
make one of both girls together and brothers and sisters i have done it. you
know. while i was making it, i realized something that has been echoed here
on the list a lot lately.  the girls really do bring out the best in each
other and in all of us as well. the pics that i have put together i hope
show this to it's best extent. so, with out further ado, if you want a copy
email me and i will send it out to you.   i hope that you will see what i am
trying say here. the girls are wonderful individuals, but it is their
harmonies and togetherness that have brought all of us, intimate strangers
together.


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

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take me out of my existence and show me the stars.


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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 21:52:22 -0500
reply-to:     joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
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well folks, on the way home to visit my folks this past weekend, i had
the pleasure of visiting with our very own ig wallpaper creator
extraordinaire, beccie lyon.  i want to say that beccie is one damn cool
chica!!!!!   (and she cooks a mean pancake, too) :o)

like tara, i, too, i have met some wonderful people on this list over
the years who have become dear friends of mine; and this year, i have
met even more great people.  this list is a wonderful place.  long lost
listee bert lefkovic  (boy, i'm a name dropper tonight, aren't i?) once
had a shirt (which he ended up giving to amy) that said on one side of
it, "there are no strangers here - only friends you haven't met yet."
that's how i feel about this list community.

well, i suppose that's enough mushiness for one night... <g>

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 23:01:24 -0400
reply-to:     beccie lyon <beccie@websunshine.com>
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awwwwe shucks.........(blushing from head to toe) joan is just as kewl. we
all sit here day after day emailing back and forth so much that when we come
together face to face we are already have a special connection that could
never be cultivated in any other way.  joan darlin, you can stop by anytime.
maybe next time i will make my famous spagetti. but you had better make it
soon, since i am going to give up red meat as soon as i use up all of the
stuff in my freezer.  that goes for any of you. if you ever find yourself in
lexington drop me a line and we can have our own little listmeet. my door is
always open for my family of intimate strangers. especially if you are as
kewl as our miss joan.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
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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from: joan morrison <morrison_joan@webtv.net>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: tuesday, september 07, 1999 10:53 pm
subject: (nigc) a pronuncement


well folks, on the way home to visit my folks this past weekend, i had
the pleasure of visiting with our very own ig wallpaper creator
extraordinaire, beccie lyon.  i want to say that beccie is one damn cool
chica!!!!!   (and she cooks a mean pancake, too) :o)

like tara, i, too, i have met some wonderful people on this list over
the years who have become dear friends of mine; and this year, i have
met even more great people.  this list is a wonderful place.  long lost
listee bert lefkovic  (boy, i'm a name dropper tonight, aren't i?) once
had a shirt (which he ended up giving to amy) that said on one side of
it, "there are no strangers here - only friends you haven't met yet."
that's how i feel about this list community.

well, i suppose that's enough mushiness for one night... <g>

peace!

joan :-d

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date:         tue, 7 sep 1999 23:20:48 -0400
reply-to:     elaine bean <efbean@erols.com>
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beccie lyon wrote:
>
> i, too, i have met some wonderful people on this list over
> the years who have become dear friends of mine;

oh, this makes me feel so warm and fuzzy.  i haven't met all that many
listers, but those i have met are fab.  so very fab.

>(and she cooks a mean pancake, too)

my pancakes never come out right - raw and soggy in the middle and burnt
on the outside - yum.  but just ask me to make toast with soynut butter.

elaine
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go back to massachusetts, you pinko!

~ homer simpson (to sideshow bob - in the episode where sideshow b.
tries to destroy springfield in an effort to get rid of all the tvs - .
sideshow b. has just announced his plan to eradicate all tv sets and
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aw shucks, now *i'm* blushing.  this is just one big ig list lovefest
tonight!  methinks it is time for a group hug!  hehe

and likewise, if any of you folks find yourselves in nashville, be sure
and say 'hey!'

and speaking of nashville, be looking for pre-and post- 9/24 concert
listmeet details in the coming week.

peace,

joan :-d

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i have to agree with tara if i may.

tat

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i have to give my interprtation of the new ig cover.  i know it has been over
done, but not everything has been said that should be said.  yes, someone did
say that it was a girl who was about ready to widdle(i t hink that is the
spelling i have trouble hearing).  but also it represents the innocents and
how something so simple or child like can turn violent.  as in that girl
could get mad someday and put two together and end up harming someone or
herself with the knife.  same as kids play cowboy and indians for fun with no
intention of wanting to hurt one another.  this play later evolves to
violence because of the lack of realization that it would equal violence.

tat

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i jotted the songs down as they played them.  the first list posted was out of
order but it was complete-- a remarkable feat to remember 19 songs by memory!

shame on you
power of two
go
love's recovery
three hits
trouble
pushing the needle too far
redemption song
get out the map
tried to be true
peace tonight (with barb and jessica from billy tipton memorial sax quartet)
kid fears
least complicated
faye tucker
ghost
galileo
==== encore ====
sister
shed your skin (with the sax players)
closer to fine


amy was introducing the band.  when she got to the drummer she said, "and on
drums ... a fine woman, john reynolds".

elizabeth

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ryan blackhawke wrote:
>
> i hope they quit trying to make
> bumbershoot into this teenybopper weekend.

> bumbershoot doesn't (unless the bring back ig, bonnie raitt, dar, etc for a
> real lineup instead of all the hip hop stuff).

hip hop stuff?  i wasn't even vaguely aware of that much hip hop being
played.  let me think about everyone _i_ saw this past weekend...

i opened the weekend on friday with the jude bowerman band, a wonderful
blues group...  then came sha ka ta, from africa, who had us all dancing
hard and fast...  calliope was etherial female stuff...  ph balance and
ig, of course...  um...  saturday gave me yoko enzenze, from the west
coast of africa this time...  and cake, who were quite disappointing,
even if i do love them...  jumbalassy were a party band from zaire,
ololum were a drumming group from south america someplace...  music to
launch the new millennium was 90 minutes of experimental classical
music.  lo phat hi fi and donald glaude were as much of the electronica
showcase as i could take friday night before i was simply too tired to
dance any more.  sunday started off with the the master musicians of
jajouka, from morocco... and a little of sonic youth... lo'jo were a lot
of fun, another african band, i believe.  then dan blunk &
co-conspirators were very experimental jazz...  emmylou and linda were
nice...  we spent about 90 minutes wandering through the art
exhibits...  i did the entire electronica night on sunday, 3 djs of very
different styles...  monday treated me to los van van and mickey hart's
planet drum...

i don't know what festival you were attending, but with 18 stages busy
busy busy, and so much variety (i didn't even get around to any of the
theater pieces, or the dance groups, or much of the folksy stuff in the
opera house, or... or... or...), i really didn't find that much hip hop
around me at all.

i'd highly recommend bumbershoot for anyone who is looking for one of
the most intense weekends of music, art, variety, choice making and
people watching.  i'm sorry that ryan didn't have a good time, but i'm
not sure he took full advantage of the possibilities for the weekend.

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subject:      some things you can't put a price on.....sigc

hkf's,

as shelley wrote, the party on sunday was quite an occasion.  from start to
finish, a total of 15 different artists were featured, and i had the
pleasure of singing or accompanying 10 of them.  it wasn't so much a
birthday celebration as much as it was a gathering of the clan.....men,
women, younger, older, gay, straight, or somewhere in-between, racially and
ethnically mixed, with no need for labels or divisions.....all brought
together by a common love of music and personal expression.  if i have one
goal in life, it is to use music as a means of bringing people together, and
putting fear and hate to rest, at least in one small corner of this planet.

the indigo girls, amy and emily, are my primary inspirations, as much for
their activism and social consciousness as for their music.  my life would
be so different today if it weren't for the influence of ms. ray and ms.
saliers.  the richness they have brought into my life, both directly through
their music, and tangentially through their influence is beyond
calculation.....

there were a great many highlights during almost seven hours of music and
friendship, but two things stand out in my mind.....mike maffei and kim
kerns, whom i've only known as more than acquaintances for a very short
time, surprised me with a gorgeous rendition of catie curtis' "troubled
mind", which they had worked up especially for me.  i was really touched....

but the ultimate highlight of the night was accompanying shelley during her
set.  we rehearsed briefly in my living room before loading ourselves, two
guitars, a guitar amp, and my small sound system into my little subaru, but
what occurred on stage later on was truly magical.....

shel started her set with star grace, a very personal song that she
literally pours herself into.  i watched people stop dead in their tracks to
listen.  i'm not engaging in hyperbole when i say that it's probably the
most intense vocal performance i've ever witnessed.....

i'm not a studied musician.....my playing is at it's best when i can just
flow with the emotion and the beauty in the song i'm accompanying.....but
sometimes it all comes together, and the music gets taken to a different
plane entirely, and the result is like a musical out-of-body experience.
the entire four-song set was like that, reaching a peak during shel's great
cover of rose polenzani's "omen".....

some things you just can't put a price on......

thanks, shel......and thanks to rose and amy and emily......

peace, love, and harmony (with dangling participles and ellipses,,,,,)
tim

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hi ya'll. i'm trying to read for my phil. class, but i always have to have
music on. this week's pick is the new mongrels. i just wanted to stress how
awesome they are. and the a/e songs are fantastic. it's like a whole new ig
world.....
btw, heartache central time? it's def. emily and not mm.
keep on rockin' in the free world........
-k

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hey everyone,

i've moved beyond scared to excited, so i thought i would share that unless
something goes wrong, i'm opening for disappear fear in boston tomorrow
night. wish me luck
sarah
ps just to add some igc the touch me fall screensaver/game has been popping
up at the dollar stores in binghamton & vestal, ny.

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hi all!

just a quick post to remind any of you who are interested that today is
the last day of the cd sale.  and you know, the holidays are just around
the corner, and cds make great gifts....  : )
just follow the link below.

thanks for all your support,

elizabeth
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hey sarah-
        i love sonia/df- good luck!!  i'm in boston, at college, and i wish i
could go, but i can't make it to this one :-(

i am sure it will go well. :)

ruth

sarah pinsker wrote:
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> hey everyone,
>
> i've moved beyond scared to excited, so i thought i would share that unless
> something goes wrong, i'm opening for disappear fear in boston tomorrow
> night. wish me luck
> sarah
> ps just to add some igc the touch me fall screensaver/game has been popping
> up at the dollar stores in binghamton & vestal, ny.
>
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you prolly haven't received your sase and cd because since you sent it to him
the cost of postage has gone up ;)

that's as sarcastic as i get.

jude ~

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i finally got the new album, or rather the promo for it.  as somebody
posted, it is intense and political.  i've got to admit that it's by far
their best work.  there's a real equality between amy's songs and emily's
songs that hasn't existed on previous albums (usually on a particular album
one of them is far stronger than the other).

my big question is, has anyone managed to get their hands on the press kit
or (even better) industry kit for the new album?  i've heard about it.
there's supposedily two photo stills of a&e together and 1 live shot.  from
the description, it sounds like an early lilith photo.  additionally, in the
industry kit there is supposed to be some "goodies"....a fridge magnet
(album cover) and some other things.  does anyone have one of these and can
you confirm?

also, does anyone know anything about a peace tonight or go videos for vh1?

thanks!

cheers,
l'sly


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many thanks to my mad lyric hookups out there.
i think i heard the chalkboards rattling when i got to that
'and there was mu-u-usic' line.
at very least, i slayed (slew?) myself,
if not the folks hearing auditions.  so thank you.

i am a rock star, i got my gig on.  baby.
*j

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sarah! what a priviledge you have to open for disappear fear!! go for it
girl - you'll be great. your audience will be wonderful too, undoubtedly.
never seen a bad audience for df. tell us all about it after!!

have a great time!!
-sue


at 10:19 am 9/8/99 -0400, sarah pinsker wrote:
>hey everyone,
>
>i've moved beyond scared to excited, so i thought i would share that unless
>something goes wrong, i'm opening for disappear fear in boston tomorrow
>night. wish me luck
>sarah
>ps just to add some igc the touch me fall screensaver/game has been popping
>up at the dollar stores in binghamton & vestal, ny.
>
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aw, yeah..... go sarah!!

let us know *all* about it, will you?  and will there be recordings of it
available?  (i'd ask about boots... but am not sure if it'll get recorded for
cd... etc...).  i *want* one..!!! buy, boot, trade backrubs or cooking... or
whatever!! i'm just tickled that one of our list people is getting out there and
living the dream!  more music!! yaay!

and sarah... one more thing...where can we buy *your*  cd, chica?  :-)

with love, and a large pot of homemade veggie spaghetti sauce,

-- deb (loba)

ps: i have a *girlfriend*!!   and she's cute!!  *bounces*

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hi ya'll.
  wanted to share my little indigo moment for the day.  i was sitting
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in my room, here at college, watching the tv guide channel (the one
that has the schedule rolling), listening to michelle malone on the
stereo, and making study cards (can you say multi-talented?lol)
  when what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a "insiders look at
vonda shepherd".  i'd bi-passed this thing a million times this week,
but thought, why not watch it.  well, they talked about ally for a bit,
then took a break, then came back on with emily!!  they did 2 quick
shots of the bdbmhs video with emily standing/singing next to the
piano.  made my day to see her on tv!!
  also, vh1 is having some sort of special this weekend, if i remember
correctly, sat, from noon to midnight airing all the before shows.  if
anyone can find a schedule of the exact ep's, could you send it my way.
i'd like to tape the grammy ep everyone saw (but me) that had the
girls in it.
  thanks.

steph
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i was curious about the third mike that was up during all of ig's set at
bumbershoot, but was never used. my speculation was that it was for
michael stipe for kid fears, but that for some reason he was unable to
join them at the last minute. any ideas? anybody in the know?

also- how would one go about getting the promo of cons?

ben

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hkf's,

i don't have time to update my site right away, but i wanted to let y'all
know there are a two more dates on the official site - new hampshire & new
jersey.  here's what i just copied from the official site for those now
web-gifted emailers:

09/23/99 chatanooga tn us memorial auditorium chattanooga
09/24/99 nashville tn us first american music center
09/25/99 greenville sc us peace center, concert hall
09/26/99 raleigh nc us alltel pavilion at walnut creek
09/28/99 savannah ga us johnny mercer civic center
09/29/99 birmingham al  jefferson civic center
09/30/99 knoxville tn us world's fair park
10/01/99 americus ga  rylander theater **sold out**
10/02/99 charlotte nc us davidson college
10/04/99 philadelphia pa us tower theatre
10/05/99 philadelphia pa us tower theatre
10/06/99 boston ma us tsongas arena
10/07/99 syracuse ny us landmark theater
10/08/99 washington dc us patriot center
10/10/99 hanover nh  leede arena, dartmouth
10/11/99 new york ny us beacon theatre
10/12/99 new york ny us beacon theatre
10/15/99 asbury park nj us convention hall
10/16/99 amherst ma us university of massachusetts-amherst

there ya go!  i'm just waiting for ig/sony/epic or whoever to changed their
site around...  it still has sots as the background & theme for every
page...  hmmm...  maybe there aiming for the 28th?

a+e=ig

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that would be rose polenzani.
enjoy, folks.

*j


>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)

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>but just ask me to make toast with soynut butter.
hey yeah.  that soynut butter mama bean's got at her pad is quite the stuff.
  actually, the bean lady herself is quite the stuff.
just don't let her near the wine.
<snicker.>

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i'm a relative newbie to the list (not enough traffic on the bruce
cockburn list to satieate me) but a long time listener to ig, some of
the best musicians and songwriters ever.  anyway, i enjoyed the tail end
of the dream cd/setlist that people voted on.  i was surprised. however,
that the wood song received such high praise.  with songs like
chickenman, love's recovery and watershed topping my own list, i don't
believe the wood song would have even ranked.  don't get me wrong - it's
a good song imo, just not the best i've heard from emily and amy ray in
terms of musicianship or lyrics.  please don't take offense - i'm simply
curious as to what the attraction to this song is - could someone who
voted for this clue me in?

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you should see the one _my_ mom got!  it's the horrible goodtimes virus:

goodtimes will re-write your hard drive. not only that, but it will
scramble any disks that are even close to your computer. it will
recalibrate your refrigerator's coolness setting so all your ice cream
goes melty. it will demagnetize the strips on all your credit cards,
screw up the tracking on your television and use subspace field
harmonics to scratch any cd's you try to play.

it will give your ex-girlfriend your new phone number. it will mix
kool-aid into your fishtank. it will drink all your beer and leave its
socks out on the coffee table when there's company coming over. it will
put a dead kitten in the back pocket of your good suit pants and hide
your car keys when you are late for work.

goodtimes will make you fall in love with a penguin. it will give you
nightmares about circus midgets. it will pour sugar in your gas tank and
shave off both your eyebrows while dating your girlfriend behind your
back and billing the dinner and hotel room to your discover card.

it will seduce your grandmother. it does not matter if she is dead, such
is the power of goodtimes, it reaches out beyond the grave to sully
those things we hold most dear.

it moves your car randomly around parking lots so you can't find it. it
will kick your dog. it will leave libidinous messages on your boss's
voice mail in your voice! it is insidious and subtle. it is dangerous
and terrifying to behold. it is also a rather interesting shade of
mauve.

goodtimes will give you dutch elm disease. it will leave the toilet seat
up. it will make a batch of methanphedime in your bathtub and then leave
bacon cooking on the stove while it goes out to chase gradeschoolers
with your new snowblower.

(thanks to patrick j rothfuss, december 1996)

fwiw, you can't get viruses from plain text.  your email reader (i.e.
outlook) may be suceptible to various programs included with email.
these should be handled with great care and any default actions to open,
load, execute anything (including web pages) should be turned off.

now back to your usual pretty pretenders and negligent vendors...

samantha zeiss wrote:
>
> 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

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hi all,

i have gotten a few emails concerning ticket info for uga.  all i know is
that uga student tickets go on sale for those prices at that time on that
date.  uga's id system is automated with a bar code and a hand print
identifier now.  so, if you were a uga student in the past t won't do you
any good to camp out on the 18th because they are checking to see if you
have paid your fees.  they usually only sell to students and than sell
other tickets for the gen pub at another date.  i know that is how they
do it for classical concerts.  it's been awhile since i have been to a
"rock" show at uga.  i will say that there is talk of having students
fill out a preorder form and pay a deposit.  they than pay the remaining
balance and will pick up their tix on another date.  i will also mention
that there has been alot of controversy over ig playing.  the red and
black slammed uga again today for not thinking of the diversity of the
student population when they booked ig.  they also said that ig are
playing for $50,000.  that's the smallest amount in many years.  they are
tryting to book an opening act that will appear to another facet of the
student body.

as soon as there is additional info, i will post it.  i am thinking that
it will difficult for non students to buy tickets to this event.  i will
ask at the tate center tomorrow what the rules are regarding ticket sales.

smiles,
allison

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>you prolly haven't received your sase and cd because since you sent it to
>him
>the cost of postage has gone up ;)

i could always get all conspiracy-theory again and tell everyone how he's
screwed some folks rather badly and then rick (who is still on the list i
think) can come and yell at me and tell us he's a victim and how he's gonna
get everybody's stuff out to them right quick now
and then never do it.

oh, wait, that already happened.
i guess i'll leave it to somebody else this time.

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yeah, i lost the address again.
if you have it, could you please re-send me driving directions to meg's
cyberhome?

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i know for myself, the wood song illustrates the struggles that i've gone
through in my life--lending credence to that fact that we are all
struggling--but, if the wood is strong, and, with a little help from our
loved ones, we can get through anything.

actually, it holds some of the same meaning to me that love's recovery
does--it gives me hope and it's a great song to sing when i am feeling down.

no matter how diverse the people, our souls all go through the same struggles
and heartaches as the rest.

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i normally wouldnt reply, but just have to since i love this song... besides
the beautiful tunes, i think the words are extremely powerful... and true...
think we all go thru the experience she is referring to sometime in our
lives... meaning, yea, things will be just fine, if the weather holds (if we
dont ever encounter any problems).. but if the weather holds, then we'll have
missed the whole point.. the point of learning from our mistakes, and thats
where we need to go... we need to go thru the bad and ugly to understand...
uh..... god i could rattle on and on about this song.. let's see.
    but we get to have some answers, when we reach the other side... prize is
worth the rocky ride.... ya know, the reward is an awesome thing... learning
from your mistakes and learning to love and live with what you're presented
with.  ok ill stop this rambling.. just had to speak up for this song a
bit... i love it!
g'nite-
trooper

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actual igc: - question for those with advance copies:  are any other
songs with the band besides faye tucker done with a keltic flavor?  i
love how they did faye tucker at newport, and i'm assuming that is the
way it sounds on the cd too.  now, for nigc, a lot of nigc, read below.

jilly c wrote:
>
> >but just ask me to make toast with soynut butter.
> hey yeah.  that soynut butter mama bean's got at her pad is quite the stuff.
>   actually, the bean lady herself is quite the stuff.

thank you.

> just don't let her near the wine.
> <snicker.>

wine + soybutter + cinnamon raisin toast don't mix.  don't let me near a
glass of wine if your house is a one bathroom house. ;)

now, for some gratuitous and flagrant list abuse:

happy birthday to me  happy birthday to me  happy birthday, dear elaine
happy birthday to me.

elaine - 41 today!

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i believe someone asked about this, during vh1's
before they were rock stars marathon on sunday, the
episode the girls are in will be shown at 12:30pm et
(ack i have to wake up at 6 in the morning now).  i
didn't realize they'd made so many of these shows.


>but just ask me to make toast with soynut butter.

they have such a thing?  *adding this to list of soy
products*  i swear, you could eat a wide variety of
foods and still be eating only soy.

lori ann (who had a tofu burger for dinner last nite)

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>ps lisa dupre? why dont ya come for the show? its payback time :)

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>>as posted on the big list:
>>
>>10/10/99 hanover nh  leede arena, dartmouth
>
>hey amy, thanks for that scoop! of course i'm fully amazed at the folks i
>work with who promised me i'd be the first to know. i'm all about instant
>gratification see ;)
>
>anyhoo! yay! come up for the show y'all!!!
>
>we don't bow to the ticketbastard god at the big green machine...so
>basically, that means tickets will be sold to students and dartmouth
>employees first and then turned over later.. like last year, i'll take
>advance cash and orders from folks and buy them on the first day they go on
>sale,let me know if you want me to put you on my contact list..... it will
>be a ga show, which means if y'all want a good seat, ya best be joining me
>and faye faye memolo in line at the wee hours :) we'll bring the coffee you
>bring the donuts!
>
>and no, i'm not the least bit bitter that the girls will be getting roughly
>the same amount of cash for four hours wailin as i make in a year from
>dartmouth. not the least bit.
>
>;-0
>panting,
>sus
>
>
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hey all.. sorry for the wasted space, but i cant find my answer anywhere on
the internet.  any of you ever heard of michael nyman's piece, the promise?
if so, any idea where i could get a copy of the sheet music?  tis a
booootiful song!
thanks and g'nite,
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hey folks,

this was sent to the news-only list but is more appropriate
for here instead... please direct your replies to the
original sender at mariavee@aol.com...

-sherlyn

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>from: mariavee@aol.com
>date: tue, 7 sep 1999 09:24:17 edt
>subject: need help to listen to peace tonight
>
>re: << hear "peace tonight" (the whole song!) on windows media player...
>http://www.launch.com/webevents/indigo/  >>
>
>tried listening to "peace tonight" thru launch.com and my computer couldn't
>access the clip. i have windows media player but it didn't recognize an
*.asx
>file (i need a different driver?). launch.com launced the microsoft netshow
>player but that didn't play the file either. can any ig fan / techie help me
>out?
>

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in addition to what everybody else already said about the wood song, i
personally adore the wood song because it is so much fun to sing in
harmony!!!!
almost anyone can do it.   my friends who can barely sing 5 notes can sing
that song and it's great!  this is a definite warm-fuzzy song and i just love
it!  you go amy and emily!  making me smile once again as i sing my little
heart out!!!!!
ahhhhh :)
carrie

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>>re: << hear "peace tonight" (the whole song!) on windows media player...
>>http://www.launch.com/webevents/indigo/  >>
>>
>>tried listening to "peace tonight" thru launch.com and my computer couldn't
>>access the clip. i have windows media player but it didn't recognize an
>*.asx
>>file (i need a different driver?). launch.com launced the microsoft netshow
>>player but that didn't play the file either. can any ig fan / techie help me
>>out?
>>

if you're having this problem it means that you loaded net show (et al) after you loaded media player and net show "stole" the .asx ability from media player.

easy fix - just drag the peace tonight link to media player, or copy the link and open it in media player...

annoying fix- reinstall media player


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i prefer hempnut myself. yummay! and just as good for you but better for the
environment. oops...am i getting preachy again?

ryan blackhawke
owner - fremont hemp co
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> -----original message-----
>
> >but just ask me to make toast with soynut butter.
>
> they have such a thing?  *adding this to list of soy
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hey ya'll,
  i haven't been able to access the girls official web-page today.  no
matter what comp terminal i use, i'm told it is busy, or the site is
not available right now.  are they re-designing the site today or am i
the only one with this problem?
  thanks.
stephanie

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i'm a relative newbie to the list (not enough traffic on the bruce
cockburn list to satieate me) but a long time listener to ig, some of
the best musicians and songwriters ever.  anyway, i enjoyed the tail end
of the dream cd/setlist that people voted on.  i was surprised. however,
that the wood song received such high praise.  with songs like
chickenman, love's recovery and watershed topping my own list, i don't
believe the wood song would have even ranked.  don't get me wrong - it's
a good song imo, just not the best i've heard from emily and amy ray in
terms of musicianship or lyrics.  please don't take offense - i'm simply
curious as to what the attraction to this song is - could someone who
voted for this clue me in?

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date:         thu, 9 sep 1999 12:49:45 +1000
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hey folks,

sarah said:
>i've moved beyond scared to excited, so i thought i would share that unless
>something goes wrong, i'm opening for disappear fear in boston tomorrow
>night. wish me luck

it'll be a great show - wish i could be there.  sarah, you
rock!

here's more information about the paradise in boston,
from the df mailing list:
>hi everyone, just a reminder that sonia's cd release show is this thursday
>sept. 9, at the paradise 967 commonwealth ave. the box office hrs. are
>mon.-sat. 3-6pm, the telephone number is (617) 562-8804. if you are
traveling
>on the t, it's the green line heading towards bc, but it's the stop just
>after bu. i am very much looking forward to the show and to picking up her
>new cd, hope to see you there....  pam

everybody in the area should go, because i can't. :)

sherlyn
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for me, the appeal of the wood song is in it's ability for the
intertwining melodies to get inside me and twist everything around. it's
a very bittersweet song for me. like a lot of ig songs, i "discovered"
it long after i had memorized all the words but not paid much attention.
but one night i was having a particularly bad night - crying for no
reason, etc., and lying in my top bunk back in the dorms in the dark
listening to so. something in the wood song hit me just right and made
me feel a little more hopeful...

so it's got a soft spot in my heart. that and i love it's very
baroque-ness... :)

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hi folks,

stephanie said:
>  i haven't been able to access the girls official web-page today.  no
>matter what comp terminal i use, i'm told it is busy, or the site is
>not available right now.  are they re-designing the site today or am i
>the only one with this problem?

it's not just you, or just the ig site... it looks as
though the entire epic site is of the air.  hopefully
they'll have it fixed soon...

-sherlyn
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maybe it crashed because everyone has been checking out the lovely new
photo of the girls!  :-d

i was able to access it about four hours ago with no trouble.  maybe
they are working on it.  i agree with mr. mike - they really need to
change that sots themed background soon!

peace!

joan :-d
(who has never heard of soynut butter or hempnut butter until today, and
is now curious:)

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in a message dated 9/8/99 6:53:33 pm eastern daylight time, efbean@erols.com
writes:

<< actual igc: - question for those with advance copies:  are any other
songs with the band besides faye tucker done with a keltic flavor?  i
love how they did faye tucker at newport, and i'm assuming that is the
way it sounds on the cd too >>

well, it depends what you mean, since bluegrass stems directly from celtic
music, it can be hard to say.  but, off the top of my head, i'd say gone
again has a pretty celtic flavor, and that's about it if we're not counting
pure bluegrass.
~ elizabeth

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i wondered (and hoped ) the same thing, as did most people around me as
they started to sing kid fears, but michael stipe (who i wanted to throw
a sandwich to when he took off his shirt at the concert - eat something
michael) was complaining about flying and said they had to fly out the
next day at the rem concert the night before ig. wow holy run on
sentence batman.

helen

benjamin carl kerrick <kerricbc@whitman.edu> wrote:

"i was curious about the third mike that was up during all of ig's set
at
bumbershoot, but was never used. my speculation was that it was for
michael stipe for kid fears, but that for some reason he was unable to
join them at the last minute. any ideas? anybody in the know?"

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sorry for the delay in response. this quote is actually a spoken word section
from the song "speaking of fueled" off  'beneath the devil moon'.  brilliant
album.  rocking woman.
cheri

>
> 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


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i've been 'puterless for a couple weeks.  cut off. denied information of the
indigo kind.  so.  this may not be news.  i just got my september issue of z
magazine in the mail.  (stop me if this sounds familiar)  there is a
fantastically wonderful article on the evolution of women's music, replete
with igc.  splendid.

from the ig-relevant parts, i gladly excerpt:
". . .ladyslipper, which had fought for years to have separate bins in
record stores for the genre of "women's music" was feeling the innovation
backfire.  women's music felt like a ghetto and even a band as pro-feminist
as the indigo girls chose not to be distributed by ladyslipper."

". . .for some women, having a new generation of woman-centered music, with
their own sound and culture, is critical.  amy ray started her own label,
daemon records, in 1989 [me: though i believe it was actually 1990] soon
after the indigo girls were signed to epic, and uses her major label career
to bankroll the independent community to which she is much more committed.
daemon is a co-op, which means that the artists are obligated to give 15
hours of work for each record they do.  by 1992, ray, who had resisted what
she experienced as possessive and separatist women's music scene, recognized
many of her values being confirmed by riot grrrl--from finding a co-op
printing company to print your catalog up or using a credit union instead of
a bank.  'i suddenly felt camaraderie, like 'oh there's people out there who
want to do these same things',' says ray.  'and riot grrrl influenced me in
terms of hiring women employees--with daemon and indigo girls, too.  instead
of saying 'oh, here's a guitar tech, and it's a man' we find some women who
can do guitar tech and train them.'"

". . .many women are carrying on the philosophy of playing music together.
the indigo girls toured last summer with lilith (which, ironically, has more
men on-stage than women) but also organized an alternative all-woman tour
called suffragette sessions, which drew from diverse genres.  the indigo
girls have toured with women's music star ferron."

from "women's music 101"
by jennifer baumgardner
(who i am about 92.5% positive is on this list--mad cow props and pats on
the back to you!)

i highly recommend checking out the article in its entirety.  that
publication once again is z magazine,
http://www.zmag.org

cheers,
anna
(formerly of nannerland@aol.com)

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                   by now you've probably made up your mind about
                              indigo girls' folky harmonies, ambitious
lyrics and
                              underachiever arrangements. time to
reconsider. for
                              years, amy ray and emily saliers have been
                              making incremental improvements on a timid
                              recorded sound that has rarely captured their
                              onstage charisma. their seventh studio album
hits a
                              career peak by simplifying the purple poetry
into far
                              more effective emotional reds and blues while
                              bolstering the duo's acoustic strum. using an
                              english backing ensemble, sin?ad o'connor
                              collaborator john reynolds as co-producer and
                              guest stars ranging from the band's rick
danko and
                              garth hudson to me'shell ndegeocello and
wailer
                              natacha atlas, the girls rock out without
                              abandoning their spiritual roots. the
grinding guitars
                              of "go" and "compromise" suggest the
breeders,
                              while "peace tonight" brings the perfect pop
tune
                              that has eluded the indigo girls for a
decade. this is
                              the culmination of everything warm and mighty
about
                              the lilith fair aesthetic - without the
sunburn. (rs
                              822)

                              barry walters

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i am thinking that it will difficult for non students to buy tickets to this
event.
>>>>

hkf's,

uga tickets will be sold thru tm as well apparently.  check the tm site to
see the rather humorous 10/22 uga show that will be on sale 9/18.  it says
"small venue" and "atlanta, ga".  excuisme?  i guess they are close enough,
even though i'm not sure if they can be anymore vague with "small venue".

and also, in the discography section of the official site, you can see cons
there with the actual album cover.  this is the same picture from the launch
site which shows a much more dominating picture of the girl, in the sense
that she takes up most of the space of the cover.

a+e=ig

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hi everyone.

i was just browsing through lifeblood, checking out the setlists for some
of the more recent concerts (and praying fervently that *it won't be long*
until i get to participate in an ig concert again - almost 5 years yikes!),
and noticed that they played bob marley's "redemption song" (i think at
bumbershoot)!  have they played this before?  i'd *love* to hear it.
anyone like to enlighten me on what they thought of the girls' singing
this?

fare thee well, my bright stars.
marion.

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hkf,

has anyone heard anything else about the syracuse show on 10/7?  if i
remember correctly, the person who posted the concert said tix were going on
sale tomorrow at 12.

-lanie

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hey jason,

i can tell you why *i* voted for the wood song... don't know about others.  i
picked it because it's just so damn true (for me)!! i can really relate to
it.... and every time i sing it, i feel the relevance of the lyrics.  i *don't*
get  to "miss the storm of what will be, just holding on for the ride."  as much
as i want to sit back and rest in life, and take the easy path, i need to go
through the hard times... the difficult events which shake me to my very core,
and strip off the dross in the process.

much as i dislike the pain, it's necessary for my growth.  and this song
recognizes that, and does it so eloquently.  i know i get out of life what i put
into it.  "the wood song" reinforces that idea, and it reaffirms to me that love
and friends and sticking together during the tough times are what's really most
important.  and, it lets me know that others (especially ms. emily) think the
same thing. . :-)

thanks for lettin' me ramble. :-) have a good day.

-- deb (loba)

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re: the rolling stone review

you neglected to mention that they used the wrong name for the album in the
review...come on new school

as in, yo-yo-yo, y'all

or that there is an oddly fuzzy li'l picture of the girls on the page with
the review

or that they gave it 3 1/2 stars.

shel

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from:         havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
subject:      redemption song

they played redemption song during the hte tour in buffalo on september 8.
1997.  it was my first ig concert and i was totally overwhelmed by the
experience, but i thought they did a great job on the song.

of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got a lovely daughter and i'd
think it was the best thing ever written......

tim

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date: thursday, september 09, 1999 9:08 am


>hi everyone.
>
>i was just browsing through lifeblood, checking out the setlists for some
>of the more recent concerts (and praying fervently that *it won't be long*
>until i get to participate in an ig concert again - almost 5 years yikes!),
>and noticed that they played bob marley's "redemption song" (i think at
>bumbershoot)!  have they played this before?  i'd *love* to hear it.
>anyone like to enlighten me on what they thought of the girls' singing
>this?
>
>fare thee well, my bright stars.
>marion.

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date:         tue, 9 nov 1999 10:05:28 -0500
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subject:      re: fw: need help to listen to peace tonight
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i can't help out - i had a similar problem ( i think)! everytime i click on
it ms media player starts up and then the computer freezes up and i have to
reboot. i tried clicking from explorer as well as from netscape (in case it
was an evil ms trick), but same result. i gave up on hearing peace tonight.

if anyone knows the secret to either of these problems, could you share to
the list? it seems lots of folks are having trouble.

-sue

at 10:33 am 9/9/99 +1000, sherlyn koo wrote:
>hey folks,
>
>this was sent to the news-only list but is more appropriate
>for here instead... please direct your replies to the
>original sender at mariavee@aol.com...
>
>-sherlyn
>
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>>from: mariavee@aol.com
>>date: tue, 7 sep 1999 09:24:17 edt
>>subject: need help to listen to peace tonight
>>
>>re: << hear "peace tonight" (the whole song!) on windows media player...
>>http://www.launch.com/webevents/indigo/  >>
>>
>>tried listening to "peace tonight" thru launch.com and my computer couldn't
>>access the clip. i have windows media player but it didn't recognize an
>*.asx
>>file (i need a different driver?). launch.com launced the microsoft netshow
>>player but that didn't play the file either. can any ig fan / techie help me
>>out?
>>
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i am so excited!!  yay syracuse!  im there!!!  cant
wait to order tix tomorrow - kickass.  *grin*  hope to
see some of you there!

rock on -

sunnygirl - that's the best news ive heard all
day...*jumping up and down*
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hkf's,

(little random, beware - maybe even a vligc):

i was wondering if anyone might be interested in going to a widespread panic
show on sunday night in clemson.  basically, the ig show is in greenville on
saturday the 25th, and then the wsp show is on sunday the 26th at clemson.
since i'll be heading back to atlanta after the ig show, i'm probably going
to hit the widespread show since clemson is really close to greenville and
on the way back to atlanta anyway.  i'll probably be headed solo to the
widespread show and that's why i'm wondering if anyone might be interested.

the widespread show is ga show so it's easy to hang out with whoever you
want.  the floor is sold out - but the upper level still has plenty of tix's
left.  tix's are $21.50 face-value, but with tm charges it should be a
little (or a lot) more.

anyway, so that's just an idea for all the intimate strangers out there
wishing to extend their concert weekend just a little bit more.  and here's
my small widespread page w/ some links, just in case you have no idea what
i'm talking about: http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/panic.html

thanks for listening!

a+e+wsp=}i{

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subject:      re: ig: review in rolling stone of cons

of course, rolling stone writers are too cool to give a positive review
without taking a few cynical potshots first.  what a load of egocentrical
crap!

peace,
tim

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date: thursday, september 09, 1999 5:22 am
subject: ig: review in rolling stone of cons


by now you've probably made up your mind about indigo girls' folky
harmonies, ambitious lyrics and underachiever arrangements. time to
reconsider.

for years, amy ray and emily saliers have been making incremental
improvements on a timid recorded sound that has rarely captured their
onstage charisma. their seventh studio album hits a career peak by
simplifying the purple poetry into far more effective emotional reds and
blues while bolstering the duo's acoustic strum. using an english backing
ensemble, sinead o'connor collaborator john reynolds as co-producer and
guest stars ranging from the band's rick danko and garth hudson to me'shell
ndegeocello and wailer natacha atlas, the girls rock out without abandoning
their spiritual roots.

the grinding guitars of "go" and "compromise" suggest the breeders,
while "peace tonight" brings the perfect pop tune that has eluded the indigo
girls for a decade. this is the culmination of everything warm and mighty
about the lilith fair aesthetic - without the sunburn. (rs822)

                              barry walters

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on thu, 9 sep 1999, havanamoon wrote:

> of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got a lovely daughter and i'd
> think it was the best thing ever written......

   punk, don' be dissin' the hermits!  the fab four ain't got nothin',
nothin', ay tell you, on them manchester boys...

   "and every one was an hen-ery,
    she wouldn't have a willy or a sam..."

   sorry.  i'll take my dosage now.

   darius

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i thought this one beat the heck out of whatever they wrote about shaming of
the sun...what was it--don't give the girl a gun was a "loopy s&m song" ?

i keep meaning to cancel my rolling stone subscription, but get too much
cheap amusement value out of their wacked perceptions of what "should" be
cool and what "is" important...and their overwrought mtv/teeniebopper ads
make for great collage material.

shel


>from: havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
>reply-to: havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: re: ig: review in rolling stone of cons
>date: thu, 9 sep 1999 11:06:11 -0400
>
>of course, rolling stone writers are too cool to give a positive review
>without taking a few cynical potshots first.  what a load of egocentrical
>crap!
>
>peace,
>tim
>
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><marion_o'sullivan@health.irlgov.ie>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
>date: thursday, september 09, 1999 5:22 am
>subject: ig: review in rolling stone of cons
>
>
>by now you've probably made up your mind about indigo girls' folky
>harmonies, ambitious lyrics and underachiever arrangements. time to
>reconsider.
>
>for years, amy ray and emily saliers have been making incremental
>improvements on a timid recorded sound that has rarely captured their
>onstage charisma. their seventh studio album hits a career peak by
>simplifying the purple poetry into far more effective emotional reds and
>blues while bolstering the duo's acoustic strum. using an english backing
>ensemble, sinead o'connor collaborator john reynolds as co-producer and
>guest stars ranging from the band's rick danko and garth hudson to me'shell
>ndegeocello and wailer natacha atlas, the girls rock out without abandoning
>their spiritual roots.
>
>the grinding guitars of "go" and "compromise" suggest the breeders,
>while "peace tonight" brings the perfect pop tune that has eluded the
>indigo
>girls for a decade. this is the culmination of everything warm and mighty
>about the lilith fair aesthetic - without the sunburn. (rs822)
>
>                               barry walters
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kfog-104.5 & 97.7, in the greater sf bay area will be playing "peace tonight"
throughout the day today (new releases thursday)!  they're accessible thru
the web as well, for all you who can't listen via the radio.  just heard it
at 7:30...finally!  yeay!!!!  jennifer

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fyi-
the rick we're referring to of late is a mr. rick h. of indiana
and *not* rick peterson <gru@pconline.com> who is by all accounts one fine
lurker-booter-trader-minneesotan.
exercise caution and do not mix your ricks!


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>incremental
> improvements on a timid recorded sound that has
> rarely captured their
> onstage charisma.

yep, sots sure had a timid sound, especially songs like sys and sb.
<tongue planted firmly in cheek>

i am a firm believer that the person doing a review should be someone
who likes the artist's music, or at least is familiar with the genre.
i mean, i don't think it's accurate to judge ig's sound by hard rock or
alternative standards.

but, as with many artists, they are better live.  but, they are great
on record, too.  i have no complaints!
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hey y'all,

"dawn m. kivisto" wrote:

> <clearing throat> ahem...mi mi mi mi mi....

wow, for some strange reason, this gave me visions of emily making everybody do
voice exercises before singing closer to fine.... *giggle* :)

john.
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i know jennifer already mentioned this but...
i heard peace tonight on kfog!!!   7:30am.  i had already pressed snooze at least twice, and when my clock radio came back on with the dj saying "...coming up, the advance cut from the brand new album by the indigo girls...", it was enough motivation for me to jump out of bed, turn on my stereo and pop in a blank tape.  i didn't think radio stations could play it until sep. 21st.  oh well!  what a way to start the day!  it's not the first time kfog has gotten this anti-morning person to get out of bed with ig.  kfog kicks bootie!

maybe you all have already pondered this song extensively, but i haven't been reading the posts since i hadn't heard the song yet (i can't listen to launch.com at work).
so after hearing it once (besides live at lilith), here are my first thoughts:

thought #1:  it sounds like country.

thought #2:  no, it sounds like pop.  maybe because of the horns...

thought #3:  emily's voice sounds different, somehow clearer.  where's amy?

thought #4:  except for emily's sort-of familiar voice, it doesn't really sound like ig.                        different style--but that's cool.  they're awesome at trying different styles.

thought #5:  i kind of like the horns.

thought #6:  i still can't hear amy.  i guess she's just been reduced to backing vocals for this song.  where are the indigo harmonies?  this song could really use some.

thought #7:  it sounds like just some generic twangy pop song.  it doesn't seem
to have emily's "touch".

general impression:  i enjoy it because it's ig and it's new, and it has a catchy tune and it's snappy, but it's not very unique, and i would like to hear                              more of amy for harmony purposes.

i'm sure it'll grow on me the more i listen to it and read the lyrics, and realize that emily has created yet another beautiful piece of writing.

so, guess what song i played over and over during my 40 min. commute this morning????

i wrote the above before i left for work, so now that i've listened to it more than a few times i have new thoughts:
it's definitely mainstream, and i can see why it was picked as the single, but i love it.  i love emily's happy loving life/loving love songs.  i love the horns, and i give them much props for throwing that in.  it would be awesome if they have horns in their live performances.  do they?  i'm just so damn happy to be able to hear new stuff on the radio, i'm giddy.  i can't wait to peruse the lyrics...
what do you all think about this song?  too mainstream, or just right?

anyway, thanks for reading my rambling--i had to get all these peace tonight thoughts out of my system. :)
leslie

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can anyone tell me where exactly in syracuse the theater is located and how
close to the train station it is?  gracias!!!

~kristen

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on thu, 9 sep 1999, havanamoon wrote:

> they played redemption song during the hte tour in buffalo on september 8.
> 1997.  it was my first ig concert and i was totally overwhelmed by the
> experience, but i thought they did a great job on the song.
>
> of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got a lovely daughter and i'd
> think it was the best thing ever written......
>
> tim

they also played at the hte show in missoula. i had never heard it before
and loved it, which is probably why i was jumping up and down when they
played it at bumbershoot as well. it's gotta rank up there with my fave
covers they do.
(contemplating amy doing herman's hermits, now that would be
something to see)

amy m.

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>they also played at the hte show in missoula.

i have a boot of this show if anyone is interested.  or it's also on my
originals v. covers boot
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i'd _love_ to get a copy of this concert.  i've never been that
interested in getting a concert boot before, but this one has really
piqued my interest -- trying to save the experience, etc.  did anyone
tape it, and how can i get a copy?

thanks in advance...

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ok, to all of you who received empty email from me this morning who had
asked for my new background please email me again. i goofed up and sent it
out with out finishing the attachment. sorry, i was half asleep and my
computer was goofed up...if you dont mind. please email me again and i will
resend  it. sorry guys i goofed.

one more note andrea rocks!!!!!!!

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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:         thu, 9 sep 1999 13:47:29 -0500
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did anyone see "get real" on fox last night? there was an ig poster (from
shame on you) in the girl's room at the beginning, and then she made two
references to them...which did seem kinda negative in my opinion. for
example, the camera switched focus onto the poster and then the girl said,
"don't worry, i'm not gay or anything."  i'd like to see if anyone else
saw this and if so, what was your opinion? maybe i'm being too picky...

*shrug*

i want that poster, though! :)

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alright, so i've only heard little snippets of peace tonight (courtesy of
whatever webby-commercial xrt is playing), but having heard it in concert
i'll say this:

it does seem really mainstream.  kind of poppy and nice, but not something
i'd listen to over and over.  decent lyrically, but nothing that blows me
away.  mind candy.  granted, there were no horns.  maybe horns will help.
maybe its all about the horns.

i think go would make a much better single.  heck, i'd buy a whole album
full of go.  all go, all the time.  go, the loud punky re-mix.  go, the
gospel choir re-mix.  go, the speed-metal version.  go, with a horns and
string section.  go, the "black lipstick" re-mix (for our dear jilly, of
course).  call me loopy, but it kicks my butt, and sends a much stronger
message than the, oh, nice-y sweetness of peace tonight.

but i haven't heard it, so what do i know?

shel (feeling oh-so-windblown this lovely 9999)

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i did see it!! and i actually had the same reaction...not only was i dealing
with seeing their poster, at the very same time i had to digest the comments
the negative comment, but oh well...at least they showed the girls (if just a
poster) on prime time television...more than once, i believe.  apart from the
negativity towards gayness, the show was cute.

cindy

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so i was half-watching win ben stein's money last night--you know, that
cheezy game show on comedy central, and ig was mentioned.  one of the
categories was "how many guitar licks does it take to get to the center of
an indigo girl" (if you aren't familiar with the show, it's like jeopardy,
but most of the categories are named offensively and are usually a
play on words.  ex:  one category was named "i sing the body electric" and
the question related to the rosenbergs.)  anyway, the question was about
lilith fair, and the follow-up was about what day woman was created
according to genesis.

anyway, i just thought i would share.

now for some complete nigc:

when tickets go on sale for melissa etheridge concerts, is it
worth it to get up early and do the whole waiting-for-hours-on-end thing
to get good seats?  since i know the fan club sets aside tix, i'm debating
whether or not it's going to be worth it if i don't have a chance to get
within the first 10 rows.  is there a chance for an outsider to get good
seats?  (i'm not enough of a fan to spend the extra bucks to get a bunch
of crap i don't need/want.) if anyone has any experience/input, please
e-mail me privately (no need to clog up the list!).  thank you!

kelly

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just wondering if anyone had the tabs to this, the strange fire solo... if
so, please privately email me :)
good day,
trooper

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http://www.hissyfit.com/

especially funny is the lilith review.  might make some of ya'll mad, but i
had to laugh.

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i'm down to a trickle on bootlegs, so since many of you have asked for a
re-post of this, here it is.  please throw in a dollar for the artwork if
you can afford it.  it's an exact duplicate of the original art and includes
a disc label.  if you can't, no biggie, you'll still get your disc, artwork
and all.  :)  i don't mind if ya'll forward this to your friends and such,
because cdrs of this are on ebay all the time, and it ticks me off.

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hey... you know what?  what the hell... i'm insane, and so i'll do this, if
people are patient.  i'll get to everyone eventually... right?  um - send me
a cdr and a sase, and a note with "shades of indigo" on it, and i'll make
you a copy.  digital no less.  epic gave these away free to radio, back in
the day.  you'll have to print out, sign, and mail me the following, along
with your request.  it's a new policy i'm implementing on digital stuff,
because i'm sick to death of people making money on stuff i'd give you
free...

i hereby promise not to copy, duplicate, distribute, or sell digital copies
nor will i make any digital bootleg offers of the indigo girls epic promo
cd, "shades of indigo".  i will refer all inquiries for digital copies to
the person who supplied my disc, in this case, to tara lane at
tara8595@yahoo.com.  i solemnly swear i will never attempt to profit from
owning this cd.

signed__________________________________________

print name_______________________________________

email___________________________________________

date_________________________________

send this signed and dated statement, a cdr (not a cdrw) and a sase to me
at:

tara lane
po box 11305
richmond, va  23230

requests without this signed statement will be returned to sender.  sorry to
be a hardass, but anyone loyal to ig should understand.

later gators,

tara

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i am sure it's been on the list about 800 times . . . what is the release
date for cons?

thanks!
jenny

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i'm so confused - my "senior" moments are getting more frequent -
anyway, today i received in the mail a lovely cdr of this radio
interview from an atlanta radio station and the igs. where did this come
from?  my confusion:  was i expecting this?  who sent me this?  i can't
remember if i set up a trade with someone in exchange for this or what
the story is.  i can't believe someone sent this for no reason at all -
whoever sent it, please email me - did i volunteer to be on a tape tree
recently or something?  i honestly don't remember!  i'm such a doofus
sometimes.  sorry to bother everyone, but if someone could refresh my
memory, i'd appreciate it.

elaine

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are we still up?

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in a message dated 9/9/99 9:57:37 am central daylight time,
missing_lynx@email.msn.com writes:

<< of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got a lovely daughter and i'd
think it was the best thing ever written...... >>

oh my goodness, herman's hermits!!!!  that was my first favorite band (i was
six years old!) and my mother took me to see them in concert at the fox
theatre in atlanta, the summer after first grade.  the opening acts were the
blues magoo and the who, if you can believe it!

thanks for the memory, tim.  for the record, i think ig should cover "there's
a kind of hush" :-)

pam

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hello ~
  please don't hurt me!  but i feel a need to comment.

morrison_joan@yahoo.com writes:

<< i mean, i don't think it's accurate to judge ig's sound by hard rock or
alternative standards. >>

that's probably true.  for example, you can't listen to classical music and
complain there wasn't enough distortion on non-existant guitars.
however...
isn't rolling stone a rock and alternative focused magazine?  as obnoxious as
their reviews may be, folk music fans aren't exactly the core of rs's
readership.  if i bought a magazine that focused in on things from a
particular angle, i would expect it to keep me informed on stuff from that
particular angle -- even if it sometimes conflicted with my own beliefs.
y'all, indigo girls have made it this far being consistently panned by
rolling stone -- i wouldn't freak out because the first positive review
included a few token rude remarks.
~ elizabeth

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hey folks,

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

-sherlyn

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>from: rebrad@aol.com
>date: thu, 9 sep 1999 08:38:01 edt
>subject: forever dusty! update...
>
>nope, anna, seems you're the first to break the z news.  here's some other
>news...
>
>forever dusty!  homage to an icon
>a tribute to dusty springfield
>featuring 16 top female artists
>
>out: october 24 (via ladyslipper.org and amazon.com, etc...pre-order via
>ladyslipper)
>
>1. the laura love band channels dusty to a d with their soul-filled ode to
>son of a preacher man (featuring barbara lamb's scorching fiddle filling in
>perfectly for the memphis horns)!
>
>2. indigo girls travel back to simplicity and harmony (and you've never
heard
>amy sing so high!) with a classic early '50s style recording (all to one
mic)
>of the anti-war traditional broken blossoms!
>
>3. the butchies (featuring kaia wilson and melissa york formerly of team
>dresch) turn up the dbs on what's it gonna be-produced by indie rock legend
>chris stamey!
>
date: sun, 19 sep 1999 13:50:02 +0000
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>4. jill sobule's shimmering version of just a little lovin' features tasty
>live production from james mastro with real horns, strings (arranged by jane
>scarpantoni), and backing singers!
>
>5. zrazy (maria walsh and carole nelson) are from dublin and are usually
>known for their sexy techno...here on how can i be sure they strip down to the
>sultry basics!
>
>6. gail ann dorsey, david bowie's bass player, cuts a powerful losing you,
on
>which she plays almost everything (tom camp's on piano)!
>
>7. marti jones, christened the next dusty by every music critic on her
>mid-'80s major label debut, does her first dusty cover-you don't have to say
>you love me-and does it right!  don dixon produces marti's version of
dusty's
>biggest us hit!
>
>8. michelle malone duets with her mother karyn malone folmar, a former
lounge
>singer who used to take baby michelle with her to gigs, on the luscious the
>look of love!
>
>9. vicki randle, percussionist/vocalist with kevin eubanks' tonight show
with
>jay leno band, does a reggae version of wishin' & hopin' on which she played
>everything!
>
>10. sonia of disappear fear rocks out with a beautiful pop sound on the
>bacharach classic, i just don't know what to do with myself!
>
>11. jennifer kimball, joined by guitar great duke levine and some of
boston's
>best artists, makes chained to a memory truly memorable!
>
>12. cath carroll, underground artist, journalist, mapplethorpe model and
>obsession of the band unrest, creates a beautiful, dark look at there is no
>easy way down (with robbie fulks' drummer)!
>
>13. ana egge, one of the rising lone stars of texas (austin) spent the last
>year touring with shawn colvin and iris dement, writing songs and recording
>records on her own grace records imprint-and she's still in her early 20s!
>ana's super sultry drawl will have you crawling on this rich brotherton
>(robert earl keen band) produced breakfast in bed!
>
>14. lord douglas phillips, the austin supertrio (featuring terri lord and
>darcee douglas, formerly with sincola and gretchen phillips, formerly with
>two nice girls, girls in the nose, etc.), present their first commercial
>recording, a musical verité version of the wise and knowing track yesterday
>when i was young!
>
>15. sara lee, legendary bass player for gang of four, b-52s, indigo girls,
>and ani difranco, presents the huge hit, i only want to be with you.  this
is
>sara's first-ever commercially available recording where she is front and
>center on lead vocals-and she's wonderful!
>
>16. mrs. fun, notorious for their milwaukee-based acid jazz, are joined by
>famed vocalist janet planet for a sophisticated and stimulating rendition of
>the windmills of your mind!
>

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hi all,

this is long but useful... this is the new bio, taken from the epic
site at http://www.indigogirls.com...

cheers,
sherlyn


---
on september 28th, 1999, the indigo girls mark the first decade of their
unique major-label career with the release of their seventh full-length
epic album, come on now social. in songs that stir and soothe, the new
album is an energetic synthesis of serious contemplation and im-passioned
action. come on now social is as bold, reflective, original, brave, funny,
angry, heartbreaking and groundbreaking as the work that made the indigo
girls famous in the first place, when the fresh-out-of-college duo playing
the indie circuit wound up selling two million copies of their debut album
simply by singing it the way they felt it.  in that respect, the
atlanta-based duo of amy ray and emily saliers has not changed.

over a period of ten years of inspiring recordings and an unabashedly
honest point of view, the indigos have created an instantly recognizable
sound and earned a singular place in american music. their music cradles
you in the palm of its hand and then shakes you to your senses, again and
again. they've built a large and loyal following of all ages with live
performances that are as up-close and personal in a stadium as they are in
a small club.

amy and emily have bravely and faithfully committed their voices, time,
and money to the issues that concern them most--among them women's rights,
protection of the environment, the rights of indigenous peoples, gay and
lesbian rights, and gun control--creating a presence and impact outside
con-ventional boundaries of the music world. "the most natural thing in the
world for us is to marry social activism with our music because our music
is so deeply rooted in life issues," says emily.

the title of come on now social is taken from a line in an amy ray song
that doesn't appear on the collection, but it seemed to capture the spirit
of the album. it's an invitation, an exhortation, "a call," and just a
little mysterious. "the title is me, speaking to myself, wanting to be more
of the world, mo re activist and more with others," says amy. it encourages
"the idea that we're all still trying to evolve--to decide what, who and how
we want to be," and it challenges "the idea that, when we're young, the
world wants certain things from us--it prescribes our social acceptability."

amy and emily recorded most of the album with a new set of musicians,
deliberately disrupting their established working patterns to create this
adventurous new album. they recorded with a rich and diverse group including
cellist caroline dale and drummer john reynolds of ghostland, the versatile
irish and english players who backed sinead o'connor on tour in 1997 and
1998. reynolds, a long-time studio mate of o'connor, also co-produced the
new album.

come on now social also features several well-known guests, including joan
osborne, sheryl crow, kate schellenbach of luscious jackson, me'shell
ndegeocello, natacha atlas, garth hudson and rick danko of the band, and
even the evocative voice of amy's grandma, ozilline walker. this diverse
cast of marquee-name characters from around the world became a communal
gathering, often working separately yet bringing together their individual
sounds to create a seamless whole.

as a producer who also happens to be a drummer, reynolds pays particular
attention to the rhythm section. "it was inspiring to me," says emily,
"because i like someone to bring a groove to my songs." he employed drum
loops sampled from their live sessions and beat-box rhythms that lent a
subtle but serious swing to these tunes. reynolds also brought his own
musical eclecticism as a contemporary londoner, incorporating influence
from "sexual healing"-style marvin gaye to middle eastern trance music.

amy especially related to the celtic background of reynolds and his fellow
musicians, which is directly related to the appalachian music she loves:
"it's just like tapping into a source that's endless." the diverse
experiences of the other players--bas sist clare kenny and accordion player
carol isaacs--similarly influenced the indigos' sound, culminating in an
album that feels redemptive, simultaneously calm and explosive.  "the lyrics
and the music react to one another," says amy.

come on now social had its beginning in the musical bonhomie of the 1998
lilith fair, when the indigo girls jammed with sinead o'connor and her
bandmates. after the tour, john reynolds invited amy and emily to his studio
in london, the ghost rooms. the three of them began to experiment together
and their no-ideas-barred approach to the album took shape. amy and emily
reciprocated by inviting reynolds and company to southern tracks recording
in atlanta, where the bulk of the songs were recorded and all of them mixed.
jerry marotta, with whom the indigo girls had worked on their 1997 album,
shaming of the sun, co-produced one track, the very live-in-the-studio "gone
again," in woodstock, new york.

the standouts and surprises of come on now social are many and diverse. amy's
gripping album opener, "go," is a wake-up call that rocks hard, with stunning
lead guitar, rousing vocals, and a stirring message for iconoclasts of all
ages: "rock is cool but the struggle is better/go go go." emily's "peace
tonight," on the other hand, is irresistible southern swing that features a
funky horn section imported from new orleans. it's "just a feel-good song
about creating peace in your life through gathering with your friends and
loved ones," as emily puts it, that reynolds took "in an al green direction."
"compromise" is punk rock, pure and simple, featuring bassist me'shell
ndegeocello and drummer kate schellenbach.  "andy" is a gentle and sad slice
of country life--a vivid story song about, says emily, "a woman in love with a
farm boy who doesn't love her. it's a tale of unrequited love, of sadness,
reflected in nature and seasonal changes."

"faye tucker" is a story song of a different sort: a dark rumination on the
meaning of the life and death of karla faye tucker, who made national
headlines in 1998 when she became the first woman executed by the state of
texas since the civil war. it's a song about the inhumanity of the death
penalty and "about losing control over our destinies, all of us," says amy.
"faye tucker" carries the album to a stunning climax, with the wordless
chanting vocals of natacha atlas serving as both mournful lament and hopeful
prayer.

the indigo girls were signed to epic records in 1988 and their major label
debut, indigo girls, was released in february 1989. that album went double
platinum and earned amy and emily the 1989 grammy award for best contemporary
folk group. the two had been singing to-gether since high school and had been
friends for many years before that. they never courted the major labels, but
simply struck out on their own, self-releasing their first single in 1985
while they were still students at emory university in atlanta and putting out
their first album, strange fire, two years later.  (epic reissued that
certified gold disc in 1989 with an additional track, the indigos' cover of
the youngbloods' "get together.")

when indigo girls was released, amy told an interviewer: "we never expected to
be on a major label and we're a little nervous about it. we'll more or less
function the way we always have. no matter how many people we play for, it's
always been important to reach each one of them. that isn't going to change."

the indigo girls have kept that promise, touring regularly and often finding
novel ways to reach out to their fans. in 1993, they undertook a "ten-dollar
tour" of small clubs, with all tickets and t-shirts priced at ten bucks. in
1995 and again in 1997, amy and emily embarked on a series of benefit concerts
called the honor the earth tour.  organized on behalf of indigenous
environmental activists, the tour included visits and performances on tribal
reservations from arizona to alaska.

in 1998, a my and emily initiated the suffragette sessions tour: a loose,
left-field amalgamation of female artists that amy described as "a socialist
experiment in rock and roll--no hierarchy, no boundaries." the participants
included gail ann dorsey, lisa germano, lourdes perez, kate schellenbach, jane
siberry, jean smith, josephine wiggs, and thalia zedek. for the third year in
a row, the duo appeared this summer on a series of lilith fair dates around
the us and in canada. their participation in this festival of women's music
has
been particularly meaningful, as emily says, "because we are a part of an
event
that reflects women's growing role and visi-bility in the music business."

the long list of artists with whom indigo girls have shared stages and studios
includes joan baez, jackson browne, budgie (siouxsie & the banshees), shawn
colvin, david crosby, ani difranco, steve earle, lisa germano, the grateful
dead, hothouse flowers, luscious jackson, sarah mclachlan, tom morello (rage
against the machine), me'shell ndegeocello, the neville brothers, bonnie
raitt,
r.e.m., the roches, pete seeger, jane siberry, matthew sweet, violent femmes,
and neil young.

the indigo girls' achievements are impressive.  over the course of the last
ten
years, they have sold over seven million albums worldwide--including one
double
platinum disc, three platinum, and four gold--and earned six grammy award
nominations. but more impressive than the in-dustry accolades and hefty sales
figures has been the way these two voices can consistently reach out in the
darkness and make a bunch of strangers feel at home, understood, inspired.

come on now social reveals the inner and outer dimensions of a journey that
has
ushered amy and emily into a "bolder than normal," highly provocative album.
love songs and battle cries intertwine with grave social commentary, narrative
and "good fun"--bearing witness to tenacious soul-searching and bringing
forward
an energetic, experiential sound. come on now social beckons us all towards
something new, and rocks us along the way.

09/08/1999 12:27 -by- af

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>from the site:

"but more impressive than the in-dustry accolades and hefty sales figures
has been the way these two voices can consistently reach out in the darkness
and make a bunch of strangers feel at home, understood, inspired."

doesn't that just explain it all. i love the new bio. whoever wrote it
should also do the review for rolling stone.

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>from the epic site:

"come on now social reveals the inner and outer dimensions of a journey that
has ushered amy and emily into a "bolder than normal," highly provocative
album. love songs and battle cries intertwine with grave social commentary,
narrative and "good fun" - bearing witness to tenacious soul-searching and
bringing forward an energetic, experiential sound. come on now social
beckons us all towards something new, and rocks us along the way."

i love this writers review. i know he/she is an epic employee, but wow great
writing. dont cha think?

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all this talk about cons and the bumbershoot reviews are getting me really
frustrated! someone tell me good news about california. please?

thanx in advance, celeste:)

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okay, okay....while y'all argue about the awful article written about ig's
new cd, i feel i must comment on not only the fact that their review totally
sucked....but they called the new cd come on new school!!!!!!! what the
....(can't think of appropriate explitive)?!?!  this just goes to prove that
everyone working at rolling stone truly sucks!!!!!!!!  somebody who is good
at writin should write them a letter  (i would, but i can't write very
well.....).  ahh......almost done venting.........there was a nice pic
though.....


                                ---lindy =)

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so, i am dumb, and i just saw the post about the incorrect cd title name in
rolling stone, but hey, i still got to vent =)

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i heard this song on the mountain the other day (in seattle) and i didn't
even know it was ig until like thirty seconds after i tuned in.  i was
like....this sounds like vonda shepherd....then my little sis was
like.....hey isn't this indigo girls? i was like damn girl! you're right! it
was really great.  even though i heard em sing it at bumbershoot on friday, i
did not even recognize it on the radio.  (i think part of it was standin
right in front and havin my ears buzzing a whole bunch too though)  ahhhh
well.....it was still grrrrreat! =)


                            ---lindy =)

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well. if it will please ya, if you catch one of my low acoustic key gigs
i'll do my version of lennon's "girl" (off rubber soul) which segues into
the aforementioned "mrs brown......"  i have *no* shame.......

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>on thu, 9 sep 1999, havanamoon wrote:
>
>> of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got a lovely daughter and
i'd
>> think it was the best thing ever written......
>
>   punk, don' be dissin' the hermits!  the fab four ain't got nothin',
>nothin', ay tell you, on them manchester boys...
>
>   "and every one was an hen-ery,
>    she wouldn't have a willy or a sam..."
>
>   sorry.  i'll take my dosage now.
>
>   darius
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hey y'all!

i want to smile at every indigo girls fan on this list, and share that warm
glow of love that is radiating from me in every direction.  do y'all feel it
too?  come on now social will be in my 'white-younger-female' paws in just 19
days!

i spent part of my night tonight perusing the epic site.  the review of the
album was 'so dern good the neighbors needed a cigarette'; in fact i was able
to absorb the blatent marketing techniques without cringing.

and then, as soon as i saw that photo of emily and amy, the one that the site
calls the most recent, i had a gushing emotional experience.  or, maybe the
burning bush just talked to me.  either way, obsessed fan or disciple or
future marketing exec, whatever the hell i am, i'm so excited about that
magic tuesday which is less than 3 weeks away!

anyway, i've got the new picture set as my desktop wallpaper.   and currently
(i know i'm not alone) when i start up windblows98, i have a wav of part of
an ig song.   has anyone on the list made any wav files of any of the new
material?  if so, i would so love to talk to you and beg you for a copy!  or
if someone can point me to the nearest wav-making seminar?

i'm so excited about the new album.  !@#$ marketing genius!@#$

peace and all things good,
summer

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okay guys - real simple, if you want to hear about the new album - or my
humble opinions, keep reading, if it's gonna spoil it for ya, skip it....
with that said...

no sir, i didn't like it.


when i got shaming of the sun, i listened to that record for like 6 months
non-stop.  every single song on first listen, i was like omigod - that's
great!  and then the next song... omigod, that's great too!!!
*unfortunately* i spent all of last night in a funk, because i'm so
disappointed in the new album.  and you know, the thing that really pisses
me off is i want to like - hunt down john reynolds and shake him until his
teeth rattle for ruining really great songs with production that is so
overwhelmingly unbalanced with drums that i have to listen with headphones
to even hear the guitars on most tracks.  and you know what else?  the drums
(on most tracks) sound canned - i mean, like they took the preset loops off
a casio keyboard, and that's what they used.  okay - maybe it's not that
bad, but almost.  i guess it's just that you hear amy or emily singing on
each song, so you know it's supposed to be an ig album, but these songs
don't sound like them at all.  i so miss all the intricate interweaving
harmonies of past albums.  no long emily cool solos either.  really, hardly
any acoustic at all, except on soon be to nothing (and somewhat on andy)
which does, out of all the songs, sound the most like an ig song, except for
missing equally balanced harmonies.  lyrically, i think this album is
typical for amy, but emily - oh emily!!! where is the poet we've come to
know and love???  peace tonight is a perfect example of what we've lost.
"peace tonight...moon is shining bright" - well, hell, i could've written
that.  where is a 'gotm'? a ghost? a language or the kiss?  not on this
album, that's for sure.  maybe it's me, but it seems clear that emily is
very preoccupied with other things in her life, and ig is like a side
project, and this shows on the album.  not that that's bad for her or
anything - i think it's great that she is happy doing other things.  our
loss though.  on the flipside of the ig coin though - amy seems like the
energizer bunny - she keeps going and going and going.  her songs have a lot
of energy and more rock than ever (and way too much reverb for my taste).  i
have to say, after hearing this twice, that they should go back to calling
themselves saliers and ray, because it's more like 2 people sharing an album
and a contract, then sharing music.  i mean, they both do sing on all the
songs (i think) but the harmonies are way (in most cases) in the background.
oh - and at the end of fay tucker theres a long indian (india, not american)
sort of wailing throughout the outro that gets so annoying, you just wonder
why they couldn't have limited it or something.  i mean - to be specific -
it goes on for 12 cycles (of 8 counts of 1-2-3)  can't speak for the hidden
track - my source didn't tape it for me.  to conclude, this sounds like it
was produced for the masses, and not the fans - not that there's anything
wrong with that - i just don't like it personally.  the songs are great -
all of them, and they each stand on their own as nice pieces of work.  if
i'd never heard of the indigo girls, i'd like this album very much.  it's
just so much a departure from their past, and i like the past better.  i
want to live in the past.  sots was different, but it still sounded like
them.  this doesn't.  i guess that's all of the venting i can do for now.
just a warning to you guys who are getting psyched up for the album.  expect
to hate it.  then if you don't, it'll be a really nice surprise.  and if you
do, well, you won't have gotten your hopes up to spend your night in a funk
like i did.

-tara

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lane, tara e. wrote:

>  to conclude, this sounds like it
> was produced for the masses, and not the fans

this makes me laugh - hmmmm, maybe it was produced - not for the masses,
not for the fans, but for amy & emily???  what a concept - turning out
an album that they, the girls want and like.  i'm not trying to be
snotty and sorry if this comes across like that, but obviously they had
a blast experimenting with new sounds and genres and are very pleased
with the product.  should they curtail their own musical growth just to
try to please fans?  i don't think so - they should do what they like.
i havn't heard the official release yet, but have heard some of the
songs recently with the band and most of them on tape acoustically.  i
really like  both versions of the stuff i've heard.

>not that there's anything
> wrong with that - i just don't like it personally.

everybody's entitled to their opinion.  they can't please everybody all
the time, nor should they try.  i think their music would suffer
terribly and come out sounding watered down and generic and homogenized
if they consciously tried to make a "keep the fans happy by not
departing from the way we've made music in the past" cd.  just my
opinions.

elaine

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        this makes me laugh - hmmmm, maybe it was produced - not for the
masses,
        not for the fans, but for amy & emily???  what a concept - turning
out
an album that they, the girls want and like

------that's not really what i meant.  of course they write for themselves.
and i've heard the songs live too, and i love 'em live.  these (on the
album) are very *very* produced, and are shadows of what they are live.
what i meant by saying they were produced for the masses, is that they sound
like they're produced for mainstream radio, produced to be marketable -
keeping that in mind more than usual it seems.

        "obviously they had a blast experimenting with new sounds and genres
and are very pleased
with the product. "


----as for whether or not they're pleased with the product, who can say?
they're certainly not going to 'dis' their own cd days from release.

        "music would suffer terribly and come out sounding watered down and
generic and homogenized"

        ---this is what i'm saying - it *does* sound watered down and
generic.  that's *why* i'm disappointed.

        --------------------------------
        i'm sorry to rain on lots of ya'lls' parades (geez that sounds
southern) - i still love the girls, i'll still buy the album - i love the
songs on the album, and i'm not saying it isn't a good album - it *is* - and
'go' still kicks my ass as much as ever - even produced the way it is with
all the reverb - i just don't like the overall production of the album as a
whole, and thought i'd give my honest opinions for those who are interested,
and a word of warning to people to not get their hopes up (like that's
possible).  i'm not selling my concert tickets or anything, and i'm still
looking for good seats to raleigh.  i just will be listening to my bootlegs
more often than the album.

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date:         fri, 10 sep 1999 09:42:54 -0400
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hey y'all!

        well, i'm about to leave for work (have to be there by 10am) and
was wondering if any of y'all might be able to buy 1 extra ticket for a
lil' ol' gal from alabama transplanted to boston? i'd love to go to the
amherst show! please let me know if you do end up with any extras!

ps i have 1 extra ticket for the 21st row for the lowell show on 10/6.
please let me know if you're interested in buying it at face value!
you'll be sitting next 2 awesome people <smile>!

sincerely,
jenny korn

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>left a
>message on my machine...
>
>peace all,
>chris

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according to the daemon records site here are some of the openers for
upcoming ig shows:

three finger cowboy:

9/29 birmingham al jefferson civic center w/ indigo girls
9/30 knoxville tn knoxville civic auditorium w/ indigo girls
10/2 charlotte nc davidson college w/ indigo girls
10/5 philly pa the tower theatre w/ indigo girls

rose polenzani

10/4 philly pa the tower theatre w/indigo girls
10/12 nyc beacon theater w/indigo girls


does anyone know who will be opening for them in nashville and chattanooga?

luann

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hello,

did i read your post correctly? did you say if you'd never heard ig before,
you'd like the new cd?

is that what you wrote?

okay, i have this neighbor . . . go with me on this one, i'm trying to make
a point here.;-)

so, i have this neighbor and she has a little girl. when the girl was a
newborn, i gave my neighbor the most adorable little baby outfit you'd ever
seen. she couldn't get over how cute her little precious looked in that
outfit. she had that baby wear that outfit anytime she had potraits taken.

well, now the child is 4 years old and my wacky neighbor keeps trying to fit
her into that baby outfit cause it was the cutest thing ever. it doesn't
fit, i try to tell her. move on. let the girl grow, for godsakes!

;-)

yeah, i've heard it. i have it in my hand right now, in fact. i love it. it
is the best cd they've ever put out by far!

this is a matter of taste, really. some people like a stripped down sound,
some like world music, some people always order the same thing at the same
restaraunt their entire life.

me, i like it all. if it's good music and it's real (from the heart), then i
am into it.

cons is good music. it is real. i am so into this cd!

the girls had a blast making it. i think john's production rocks. it is
lush, cohesive and warm. both amy and emily are 100% present on the whole
cd. it is full effort down to the tiniest note, breath or loop. their joy is
evident - they're back!!

there are plenty of examples of amazing harmonies, earnest lyrics and
political thought on the cd - more than enough for any ig fan. then there's
these amazing touches like amy's grandma intro-ing her song and a tiny drum
beat kicks in when she recalls her grandpa's street preaching and the kids
with drums. amazing!

i could go on and on. and don't think i don't understand where you are
coming from. i think i know.

way back in the day, when i first heard rop, i freaked. i was in a really
cruchy granola space at the time and all i could think was, "what's up with
all these damn bongos and shit?!" later, i grew to love that cd.

thing is, my musical tastes were pretty elementary back then. i have since
grown as a listener and i enjoy a wide variety of music now. so, hearing
"karla faye" move through all those worlds thrills me to no end.

everybody will have their own take on the cd. i just want to add my comments
to the pile.

thanks,

a listener

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hey folks!

dartmouth tix are on sale thru tm right now.   just thought you all would
like to know....woohoo!

an awesome day to all,
chris

p.s.  j and k...we got you tix for the dartmouth show too...hoping for a mm
and ig weekend with you guys!!

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maybe getting into bootlegs over the last year and knowing all the songs
ahead of time has spoiled it for me.  although - i don't know.  never heard
peace tonight before, and don't like that one.  just sounds like -oh i think
we'll write a hit single now, what's the latest popular sound? okay, we'll
go with that-.  i'm sorry ya'll, i know i'm a harsh critic, but i've come to
expect so much from ig - and i know it's wrong and all that, yadda yadda
yadda.  i just expect them to have their own sound, not all of a sudden
start sounding like everything else out there.

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stero popsicle will be opening in chattanooga, nashville, raleigh and
greenville.  got it from pollstar
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i liked "peace tonight" the moment i heard it on a bootleg.  i liked it
even more when i actually heard and saw it live  i loved it when i heard it
on launch.com  i love the production.  it's so clear and bright.  that's
all i have to go on right now.

i remember when sos came out i really hated it.  i didn't even go to the
concert when they were here because i disliked the material so much.  now
i'd have to count "cut it out" and "don't give that girl a gun" among my
very favorite song.

this is the first time i've heard almost all the songs on an album before
it was officially released.  it just makes me look forward to the album
even more.  i can't wait!
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just a couple of comments. i haven't heard the record, but i'll try not to let
date: sun, 19 sep 1999 13:50:02 +0000
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that get in the way...

they have indian wailing on faye tucker? this kind of caught my attention
because the main song from "dead man walking" used quwalie(sp) singer nusrat
fateh ali kahn (may he rest in peace-a terrible loss) to sing with eddie vedder.

no value judgement here except that i love wailing indian music done well. cuts
right through me. the similarity there just caught my attention, and faye tucker

is probably the song i'm most curious about  - haven't heard it. for a
self-confessed murderer i was pretty impressed by her, actually.

also, wasn't it bob dylan who was booed off stage for going electric? i think it

was at newport.

i'm kind of happy to have my expectation about the record knocked down a peg,
actually. although usually i hate everything on first listen. i was bored out of

my mind by rems "monster" and it's become and remains one of my all time
favorites. shrug.
go figure.

anyway i'm new here so
cheers all around,
kc

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i cannot believe i'm admitting this to the whole list: i always seem to
need a little warm-up with the ig albums (at least all after ig) before i
fall in love with them, but i always do..., and then i'm really crazy over
them. and it doesn't die away. years later i'm still loving all those
albums. on long car trips i can just go from one to the other (especially
if i'm alone and can sing loud...).

anyway, i haven't heard cons yet, but i'm confident that i'll love it,
either right away, or a few weeks later.
-sue

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on fri, 10 sep 1999 kz123@worldnet.att.net wrote:

> no value judgement here except that i love wailing indian music done
> well.

   ...of course, when it's done poorly...  which beatle was that again?
*shudder*

> is probably the song i'm most curious about  - haven't heard it. for a
> self-confessed murderer i was pretty impressed by her, actually.

   i haven't heard a single new song except "peace tonight" (try the
launch site at 4am...heheh...) - i like the idea of coming to this
album with an open mind.

> also, wasn't it bob dylan who was booed off stage for going electric? i
> think it was at newport.

   yep.  of course, i'da been booing the soundman for the mix at that
show.  have you seen the footage?  *more shudders*

> although usually i hate everything on first listen. i was bored out of
> my mind by rems "monster" and it's become and remains one of my all
> time favorites. shrug.

   is it me, or does every rem album do that?  i hated monster, hi-fi, and
up when i bought them, (automatic was exempt.  you can't ignore
greatness when it's slapping you upside the head like that.) and promptly
shelved them for a few weeks, listened again, realized it was pretty cool,
listened again, and all of a sudden, hook, line and sinker...
   ig never did that to me - i was a latecomer and started with so, 1200c,
and sots.  so, i was used to the harder grooves, more "live" feel, and
electric grind.  not that i don't love the old stuff, but it's very
evident that they're studio recordings - i much prefer their live
arrangements.  (ghost.  red rocks.  'nuff said.)

   darius

"i don't know how you got through security,
you picked all my locks, by being so low-key
and i'm not easy, but i'll be easy for you..."
   - peacemakers, "easy"

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hey yall...

ok i just ordered tix to the concert on october 7 -
woo hoo!  i have no idea if they are good or bad or
indifferent or whatever...so my question is...

does anyone know what the place looks like - or is
there a site i can go to with a map of the place?

thanks in advance for the help!
take it easy -
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well, i feel it's time to fess up.  i've actually had the album (promo)
for about 5 or 6 weeks, so i 've been sitting with it for a while now.
at first i was disappointed, but it has definitely grown on me (the
other albums got better with age for me as well).

the initial standouts were 'sister'.....wow!  amy at her best, all deep
throated and sexy , not to mention a lyrical grab you by the gut type of
experience, some great harmonies as well......and on the emily side
'cold beer...' (this shoulda been the single imho).
the other songs i wasn't so sure about at first, particularly on the
emily side, but i find myself humming a couple of her tunes when i don't
even realize i'm doing it (particularly 'soon be to nothing').  so i
guess that says something for emily's gift for melody.
'go' loses something in the studio....it will probably be my all time
favorite ig song, so i don't say that lightly.  that song live makes me
want to go out and register folks to vote or something.

i like this album, but i agree with whomever commented on the production
quality.  i wonder about the choices they made while mixing the songs.
i lose the voices sometimes....and folks, i gotta tell you, the classic
a and e harmonies are not on this album.  it really is more like they
are just each others backup singers.  there are a few shining moments
where they weave their vocals in and around each other, but there's not
as much as i would have liked.

i was immediately struck by sots...i was not with cons.  give it a
chance.  it's solid in many respects, extremely political, overall a
good piece of work.....just a little different and it didn't grab me
right away.....but i do like it and it won't leave my cd player for
quite some time...
.....and i will always love those girls.
cheri

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hi there,

on my way in this morning i was listening to wfuv in nyc. they announced an
ig cons album release party at starbucks at astor place, tuesday, sept. 14,
7:00 pm. preference to wfuv members. they have a web page you can check out
(i think it is wfuv.org).

lucky new yorkers!
-sue

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date:         fri, 10 sep 1999 11:53:48 -0700
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you know, the web does come in handy at times. like
when i really don't feel like waiting on hold.

got section floor 1, row 15 tickets x 2 for the umass
mullins center concert.  very exciting - i think this
will be the closest i've been - when i did the 'floor'
thing for the uvm concert 2 years ago, we had to stand
*ugh* - no seats/general admission - and i think there
were still 30 rows/throngs of people between me and
the stage. this will be good!

looking forward to news about anyone who's going to
this show!

diane

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sorry for the nigc... flame me if you must, but there are a few things
in this that were mentioned on the list a few weeks ago, that i thought
might be of interest.  they are - k's choice are going to be on the
soundtrack, as is the song "wild horses" which will be the version
heard on the show i imagine.
  for the buffy fans, enjoy.  for the non-buffers, again, i apologize.

stephanie

>
> many of you have been begging for information on the
> buffy the vampire
> slayer soundtrack, and we finally have it for you!
> here is an excerpt
> from a press release by tvt soundtrax:
>
> "tvt soundtrax sinks its teeth into buffy the
> vampire slayer - the album
> on october 19
>
> new york, ny, august 31 - tvt soundtrax, in
> conjunction with 20th
> century fox and new regency television will release
> the long-awaited
> soundtrack to the hit tv series buffy the vampire
> slayer on october 19.
> the disc, long-demanded by legions of buffy fans,
> features music chosen
> by the show's creator joss wheden, whose goal was
> for the tone of the
> series to be reflected in the album.  songs include
> "temptation waits"
> by garbage, "it doesn't matter" from alison krauss &
> union station and
> "virgin state of mind" from k's choice.  singles
> will include "teenage
> fbi" by indie-rock kings guided by voices, bif
> naked's "lucky and the uk
> smash "i quit" from newcomers hepburn.
>
> other songs featured on the record are "strong" from
> buffy fan fave
> velvet chain, "keep myself awake" from black lab,
> "wild horses" by the
> sundays, the fitting "transylvanian concubine" from
> rasputina, the
> show's theme performed by nerf herder and original
> score by christopher
> beck."
>
>
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date:         fri, 10 sep 1999 20:07:54 +0100
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hey everyone,

for those still wondering, it is definitely michelle malone doing the
harmonies with amy on heartache central time on er3.

okay, i know i was wrong about the winthrop thing, but this time i went to
the source for the info (haynes brooke, who co-wrote the song with david
devries), so it must be true!

bye for now,

jen mcq

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phranc did a great female cover of mrs. brown you've got a lovely
daughter.  i could def see ms. amy in her tank top singing this one!

steph

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> missing_lynx@email.msn.com writes:
>
> << of course, they could sing mrs brown, you've got
> a lovely daughter and i'd
>  think it was the best thing ever written...... >>
>
> oh my goodness, herman's hermits!!!!  that was my
> first favorite band (i was
> six years old!) and my mother took me to see them in
> concert at the fox
> theatre in atlanta, the summer after first grade.
> the opening acts were the
> blues magoo and the who, if you can believe it!
>
> thanks for the memory, tim.  for the record, i think
> ig should cover "there's
> a kind of hush" :-)
>
> pam
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look what i found on the ticketmaster website
<http://www.ticketmaster.com/cgi/tm2k_by_id_fs.idc?event_id=e002f28df0ee152%
26searchname%3dindigo_girls%26minorcat%3d31%26state%3dga%26majorcat%3d>.
rather vague.  but finally an atlanta show!

julie ;-)

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the university union presents
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uga stegeman colathens
fri oct 22 1999 8:00pm

venue info: small venue
location: atlanta, ga
date and time: friday,oct 22 1999 8:00pm
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hey -

i wanted to send a quick thank you for the seating
chart info - very helpful...looks like im orchestra
level section e...seats 9-11...not bad...it looks a
bit more to the right than i was hoping for...wanted
more center - but hey - i am not complaining!!  i am
so jazzed!!!

again, thanks for the help - and so fast!!!

happy weekend
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it may or may not be helpful to note that the reviewer, barry walters, is
also the music critic for the advocate (u.s. gay mag).  he tends to heap at
least faint praise on anything by people who are out.  for anyone who he
thinks is queer but isn't out (i.e., tracy chapman, early melissa
etheridge), he spends the entire review bitching about how the artist seems
stifled by their refusal to be honest.

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>from the epic new bio, this really jumped out at me:

>but more impressive than the in-dustry accolades and hefty sales
>figures has been the way these two voices can consistently reach out in the
>darkness and make a bunch of strangers feel at home, understood, inspired.

i certainly have felt this way, and after joining this list i know i'm part
of a large like-minded community. very nice...

-sue

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i have 1 extra ticket for the 21st row for the lowell show on 10/6.
please let me know if you're interested in buying it at face value!
you'll be sitting next 2 awesome people <smile>!

ps thanks for the offers for the amherst ticket - i'm all set now!

sincerely,
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i thought this article was kind of funny.

oh, and believe it or not: amy landed on the front cover of wednesday's
edmonton journal. really! not sarah, but amy!
yep, i scanned the pic. anyone who wants a look at it, drop me a note.
i'll send it as an attachment.

i'll post the setlist later.

have a groovy friday,
bon

********************
prince watch '99
jessica aldred
the edmonton journal

since hearing of prince's surprise guest appearance with sheryl crow
during the toronto show, i've been obsessed with the notion that the
symbolic one will turn up during this, the final leg of the lilith fair
tour. after all, what kind of celebration of women in music would this be
without a guest spot from the man who has probably loved more women in
music than eric clapton and puff daddy combined?

as the sky opened on commonwealth stadium, i chose to take it as a good
omen. festival organizers had no doubt arranged the drizzle to pay homage
to prince's landmark '80s flick purple rain.

not that prince would need coaxing to take the stage, mind you. a few
years back, he pledged to "party like it was 1999.'' now that the year has
actually arrived, his highness is having to put his money where his neatly
lip-linered mouth is.

prince would be well-advised to rest up for new year's eve, however, as
some wealthy jerk will probably hire him to play party like it's 1999 over
and over and over again. hey, if i had the bucks, that wealthy jerk would
probably be me.

but i digress. let the prince watch continue.

i scanned the stadium grounds hopefully for any sort of giant birdcage
that might be used to keep doves for a finale involving, say, prince's
smash hit when doves cry. sadly, i failed to find even so much as a
drowned pigeon.

i scrutinized the elaborate lilith fair stage for any sort of trapeze,
crane or forklift devise that might be used to lower, lift or transport
prince to his adoring fans. unfortunately, all i could find was a vague
crease in the floor that could, possibly, be part of a trap door.

my heart soared in the afternoon press conference when indigo girl amy
ray revealed she was wearing her "special black bra" just in case crazy
stuff started happening during the show's finale. surely, such naughty
undergarments had been requested by the royal one himself.

but as the day progressed and buzz about the show's finale circulated,
and i listened, in vain, to hear the regal title i'd hoped to hear. it was
time to call off the watch. all gossip aside, i knew, deep down, he wasn't
here. i just couldn't sense his aura.

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also that same night, tuesday the 14th at the bitter end on bleecker.......


acoustic girls circle (trina hamlin, marilyn d'amato, and nini camps)

i'll be there and would love to meet any fellow listees :)
carrie

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uh...i think amy was also dressed in said garment at bumbershoot too. not that
i was looking, i'm sure. perhaps she expected crazy stuff in seattle?
-sam (lucky recipient of her first ever bee sting, ouch)

bonster wrote:

> my heart soared in the afternoon press conference when indigo girl amy
> ray revealed she was wearing her "special black bra" just in case crazy
> stuff started happening during the show's finale. surely, such naughty
> undergarments had been requested by the royal one himself.

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the following may be considered "hostile".  tough.
okay...
  first off, the singer on faye tucker is arabic, not indian.  i can see how
her vocals could be considered annoying, but being armenian maybe i'm more
used to middle eastern styles.
  secondly... yes, the drums are prominent.  but they're not exactly drowning
anyone out.  (maybe as a percussionist, i'm a tad sensitive.  so sue me.)
actually, at the risk of being tarred and feathered by 1000 internet
strangers, i must say it's the first album of theirs where i personally have
been happy with the drummer -- he seems so vital and on target, unlike (imho)
jerry, who i'm sure is a lovely person.
  and now that i've come out of *that* closet...
  i was amused by the comment "where is a <snip> language or the kiss?  not
on this album, that's for sure." because soon to be nothing, from the
arrangement to the sentiment to the drumming, could be appropriately titled
"lotk 2: it's the kiss, so get me the hell out of here!"

but mostly . . .
  aaaagh, y'all!  i don't care what band or album you're talking about, but
if you're gonna pan it you need more than "it's not like it used to be".  i
mean hell y'all, if it's one thing i can't stand, it's people whining because
their favorite artist has gone off in a new direction!  the idea they've sold
out to the masses is completely unfounded, imho.  if only because they don't
*need* to sell out!  more than that, i don't imagine it's easy to market an
album that switches from hard rock to acoustic rock to bluegrass to punk to
celtic.  peace tonight is the most commercial thing on the album, but it's
barely getting air time, at least where i am.  name two more tracks that
could from a marketing stand point be released as singles.  they don't exist!
if anyone is selling out to the masses... it ain't the lesbian activist
clutching a mandolin -- it's the people who equate an artist "changing" after
ten years with "selling out"!

did that count as a flame?  man, i've never been rude on the list before (i
don't think).  i don't know whether to apologize, or be happy that i've
successfully vented my pent up angst...

~ elizabeth

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hey folks,

i'm doing a paper on women musicians esp drummers and
guitarists (another chance to mention amy & emily for
class!), and i was wondering if anybody who went to
lilith kept track of who the drummers were for all the
acts on the main & second stage.  and guitarists for
individual performers (ex. sheryl crow).  any lilith
show, multiple lilith shows, all help will be greatly
appreciated.  e-mail me pribately if you've been
keeping a list thanks.

okay, now i'll show you what i was reely working on
instead of my paper last nite.  i took a couple of ig
song titles, got definitions for some, and twisted
others into puns.  see if you can't figure out the
intended songs (i of course have complete faith in
you):

1. a region between the jordan and the mediterranean

2. shop equipment

3. forest ditty

4. square

5. a nickname for shaggy (of scooby doo)?

6. orlando's biographer

7. intentionally ignorant

8. last forever

9. baby goat phobias

10. you, post-sunburn

11. american social studies class

12. five--in japanese, that is

have fun!
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ok,

i really didn't want to do this again but.......
(dragging out her battered soapbox after the last barrage against the
metaphor)

i have to agree with those of you who have posted in support of the new
direction. i have only heard then new stuff live and this comes only from
that, but ladies, gentlemen, our girls have always done the one thing that
we all love, they have always been them selves. this new album might not be
the album that they wrote 20 years ago when they first started singing
together, but hell they have graduated high school, college, and been
through several loves and losses since then. one would hope that they would
move beyond the young puppy love pain and anger into the mature adulthood
that awaits all of us if we open ourselves up to it.   i have to admit that
sots had to grow on me but once it did i loved it. i love the older stuff,
and the older boots that have all of the hopefulness and timidness still
thrill me with their shear beauty, but you know, the newer stuff touches me
in a much different place (no comments from the peanut gallery guys)  it is
like looking at the world through older and wiser eyes. seeing the things we
glazed over in the past because we were not ready to understand them. i say,
that they have reached a new level of maturity and instead of wishing for
the teen angst of the past, we should listen to the wisdom of the present
mutation of their souls. because, that is what their music is darlins, a
letter from their souls.
now having said that, i also want to say thank you to tara for sharing her
opinion with us. this is all of our space here and we should all feel
comfortable sharing what is on our chests with each other, without fear of
nastiness, only our usual heated discussions and intelligent conversation
should be expected from the list.  when we come together in this place, we
have a gift of being able to bounce things off of one another in the true
spirit of intimate strangership.(yeah new word) you are brave darlin thanks
for your candor and honesty, even though i might or might not agree with
you, i have not heard the album yet, it was an interesting point of view to
ponder.

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i checked out rollingstone.com, and it is listed as "come on now social" ...
i can't help but wonder if the spell check "fixed" the title and no one
caught it.

april

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another two cents worth on "it 'aint what it used to be."

granted, i love the girl's old sounds...but, as long as their music is still
up to their usual quality--well, then, good.

haven't heard "peace tonight" in sc, yet....can't wait until one of our
alternative stations picks it up!

and, coming from the hometowns (columbia and charleston, sc) of hootie and
the blowfish--who have kept their basic drone on all albums...i'm up for a
little change.

and, i love hearing the dissenting opinions on the list--keeps life
interesting.

peace to all...

claudia

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        ahem

color me an ass. i'm so sorry i got misinfo and led y'all astray about the
dartmouth gig. when my sweet girl called me at work today to tell me that
the tickets for the dartmouth show were listed on ticketmaster for sale, i
got all snitty. cause i was assured yesterday that no such thing would
happen, that they'd be sold to students and employees first and then
released to ticketmaster. now, the truth is, apparently the indigo girls
have some sort of "deal" with tm and anyone who books them has to use tm. i
am grrrrumpy about that, as i'm sure lots of you are.....anyway.....
as karen said, i will not be buying employee tickets for yall after all,
and its not because i dont like to help...it's because there's a tiny
chance the show will sell out before employee tickets go on sale, and i
don't wanna be responsible for that. they are scrambling right now to get
some held back from tm after i pointed out that there are like twenty
million rabid ig fans in new england and they might buy all the 4000 measly
tickets!!!! this was a revelation to the folks over at the student center.
hmmmm.
anyways,
sorry again for the misinfo.
now, lets move on to amherst. i didnt get thru on the phone, did any of
yall? i got thru online and got 'section 1, row 4". then i went to the
ridonkulous mullins center webpage and got confused, cause the seating
sections you can look at are ordered by letter, not *number*...what the
frig is up with that? can someone clue in el blondo here?
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tara and everyone -
  first off, this is not a flame, instead, a sharing of my opinion
about what someone has written.  if you don't agree with me, feel free
to flame me... i'm used to it.

> maybe it's me, but it seems clear that emily is
> very preoccupied with other things in her life, and
> ig is like a side project, and this shows on the >
> album.  not that that's bad for her or
> anything - i think it's great that she is happy
> doing other things.

  maybe emily is a little preoccupied, and maybe it does come through
on the album - i don't know, i haven't heard it yet, but you also have
to take into consideration what she was going through when they were
recording.  she had just lost her sister, and maybe that is why she
doesn't seem "all there" in the album.  losing a family member is a
hard this to deal with, and the pain doesn't go away quickly.  i'm sure
she had other things she was dealing with at the time as well.
  one thing i can attest to is that although, to you, she doesn't come
across as herself on the album, i think in concert she's been
wonderful.  when i saw her she was full of life, having a blast.  she
even waved to my god-son and gave him a big smile since he was the only
child up front, singing along with them.


> it's just so much a departure from their past, and i >
> like the past better.  i want to live in the past.
> sots was different, but it still sounded like
> them.  this doesn't.  i guess that's all of the
> venting i can do for now.just a warning to you guys
> who are getting psyched up for the album.  expect to
> hate it.  then if you don't, it'll be a really nice
> surprise.  and if you do, well, you won't have gotten
> your hopes up to spend your night in a funk like i
> did.

  i also love their past, but i love their newer stuff as well.  the
girls are amazing no matter what they sing, because you know it always
comes from the heart.  if you really listen to their albums, none of
them sound the same, at least to me that is.  my friends and i have
discussed this many times, and we love how with every album they change
and improve on their sound.  i love the changes they've gone through
over the years.  and i can honestly say that if they were to put out
the same songs over and over again, i would not be happy.  maybe i am
biased because i found their music during shaming of the sun, and not
the older stuff, but i don't know if i would have listened to them
before then.  what caught my attention was amy's voice - strong and
sure - the strongest it's ever sounded, i believe.  i am glad they are
changing and expanding musically, and i love them for introducing us to
new types of music.
  again, this is not meant to flame anyone.  we are all entitled to our
own opinions, and i am just expressing mine as well.

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>as long as their music is still
>up to their usual quality--well, then, good.

i think that was one of tara's points--  that the new stuff *isn't* up to
the 'usual' quality.  tara, i absolutely agree.
at spac, peace tonight struck me as so vapid and hokey that i think that was
one of the points in the set when i chose to leave my seat and go hang out
at rose's merch booth.
cold beer also made me do a double-take.  i thought it was fairly, er, lame.
  but then i read the lyrics and see that it's social commentary on the
blue-collar class.  now i think it's only marginally lame.  those lyrics
coulda been a bit more souped up.

(but don't mind me, i'm just a cynical snot.)
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jilly c. wrote:

>(but don't mind me, i'm just a cynical snot.)
>jill

i aint saying a word...nope nope nope aint gonna do it........
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(because you looove to scroll.)
to be added to erin's list thang, email jess@as220.org and say please and
thank you.  no, you cannot watch t.v. until you eat your broccoli, young
lady.  and stop kicking your brother under the table.
now, simon says go look at the website.  go listen to her album online (see
end of email for info).  support indie folkers and indie non-folkers.  those
of you who are getting the mckeown mix tapes from me-- they're coming.  and
for the love of pete wells, go to a show.  the cyber-sub mckeown is easier
on the ears (and eyes) than you can imagine.  i promise.  i'm willing to
back her 100%; if you honestly think the show was bad, i'd personally refund
your money *and* dance in my skivvies on tappan square.  you can't beat
that.

*j

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9.9.99
////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
9 sep   aids benefit, club passim, cambridge ma  $10 8pm  617.492.7679
11 sep  as220, providence ri 9pm $10 401.831.9327  w/melissa ferrick
////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\////////////////\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\

alright kids, listen up. let's make this baby quick. you got places to go,
people to see, songs to sing. welcome to new list members in the midwest and
out in colorado...   there's nationwide news included always (even if
mckeown ain't playing out your way soon):

*broad-cast:  on september 9, www.radioboston.com will broadcast live the
lifebeat song circle (to benefit aids/hiv research) from club passim,
cambridge ma. 8pm. performers include erin mckeown, mary gauthier, carla
hall, colleen sexton, and ramona silver. a preview of the show is up on
aol.com's online magazine digital city...
http://home.digitalcity.com/boston/music/main.dci?page=lifebeat

*broad-based: this saturday's melissa ferrick/erin mckeown show is nearing
sell out status (in advance)...   please call to find out how to get tix
asap!!! a limited number are available at the door...

*new website:  for those of you who tatoo-ed the tvp records website on your
body: thank you, but we have some bad news.  the new url for tvp and mckeown
info is up, along with a new contact email:

www.erinmckeown.com              tvp@as220.org

as always check it frequently for schedule updates and ordering information.

*new album: while mum is the word on upcoming releases, tvp records is
proud to announce that this fall mckeown will be recording an entirely new,
studio solo album. dave chalfant, bass player extraordinaire for the nields,
is signed on as producer. the project, slated to begin in late september,
will be recorded in dave's own sack-a-music studios, amherst ma where the
nields are currently finishing work on their latest album. excited is an
understatement...

*new hype: let the promo begin. november 20th, voices on the verge- that
supergroup of songsters beth amsel, rose polenzani, erin mckeown, and jess
klein- hit the somerville theater for a huge show!!! a tour of washington
dc, philadelphia, new york and northampton will occur the week before.
joining the voices in somerville: kris delmhorst, lori mckenna and the
she-is-so-good-i-can't-take-it-anymore-what-am-i-gonna-do-but-weep faith
soloway

thanks as always for listening, check out the new .com
the complete fall schedule follows,
the tvp records staff

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9 sep   aids benefit, club passim, cambridge ma  8pm  617.492.7679
11 sep  as220, providence ri 9pm  401.831.9327  w/melissa ferrick
18 sep  alfred university, alfred ny,  powell campus center, knight club
10pm
26 sep  fire and water, northampton ma 9pm  413.586.8336
1 oct   the junction, gettysburg college, gettysburg pa  10pm w/rose
polenzani
2 oct   new jersey, location tba
3 oct   iota, arlington va 8pm  703.522.8340  w/rose polenzani
8 oct   as220, providence ri 9pm $5 401.831.9327 huge solo show!!!!
22 oct  fire and water, northampton ma 9pm  413.586.8336
23 oct  molly's pub, wellesley college, ma 9pm
20 nov  somerville theater, somerville ma 7pm  w/ voices on the verge
4 dec   fire and water, northampton ma 9pm  413.586.8336
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listen to mckeown on the web!  *monday morning cold* is available in its
entirety in real audio 5.0 at --
http://www.as220.org/radiodocs/mckeown/playlist/mckeownplaylist.ram --
if you don't have the tape, you'll want to scope this out...

join the mckeown cyber chat-group:  egroups.com, search for mckeown, then
join and chat away...

tvp records
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po box 344 providence ri 02901
http://www.erinmckeown.com- for all the latest tour info
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hi everyone,

i'm new to the list so i'll keep it short.

i've been lurking awhile and decided to say hello.  i had to write a 5 p.
autobio for a class a couple of days ago.  i was pretty lost but i did manage
to include quotes from 2 ig songs (watershed, hammer and nail) in my paper.
i'm really really hoping that makes me cool enough to post once in a while!
bye for now-

amy

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welcome darlin, and just being an ig fan and being alive makes you post
worthy. keep posting darlin, never fear, you are truly among intimate
strangers darlin. welcome to the family.

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peace love & indigo light
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>hi everyone,
>
>i'm new to the list so i'll keep it short.
>
>i've been lurking awhile and decided to say hello.  i had to write a 5 p.
>autobio for a class a couple of days ago.  i was pretty lost but i did
manage
>to include quotes from 2 ig songs (watershed, hammer and nail) in my paper.
>i'm really really hoping that makes me cool enough to post once in a while!
>bye for now-
>
>amy
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> >(but don't mind me, i'm just a cynical snot.)

>i aint saying a word...nope nope nope aint gonna do it........

i enjoy random acts of insult as much as the next joe,
but i must say

better a cynic
than simpering idealist.

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>better a cynic
>than simpering idealist.
>
simpering ha!!!!!!! never been called that one before. i think i liked
sanctimonious much better.......idealist yes, but you know what darlin,
people like me change the world for the better....sounds like someone can
dish it out but just cant take it......but at least i am mature enough to
drop a childish discussion......point......match.......game.......

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reply-to:     beccie lyon <beccie@websunshine.com>
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ok, ok, ok,
i do feel the need to apologize to the rest of the list for these recent
flames. newbies please dont let mine and jilly's silliness scare you away. i
just could not resist a good jab. oh well. we all have our demons and i
guess i have acquired mine. i will try to refrain from public posts but come
on jilly you have to admit it was funny..... :o)  peace pipe lit once again
lets play nice......


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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:         fri, 10 sep 1999 22:56:57 edt
reply-to:     iudoremi@aol.com
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ok kids!!!  enough is enough.  stop it now because i don't want to read
anymore.  got it?  good

shoot................point................game!
carrie

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date:         fri, 10 sep 1999 19:35:46 -0700
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hey now! don't light that peace pipe without me.

> -----original message-----
> i will try to refrain from public
> posts but come
> on jilly you have to admit it was funny..... :o)  peace pipe lit
> once again
> lets play nice......

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date:         fri, 10 sep 1999 23:24:04 -0400
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passing the pipe to miss ryan...here darlin toke in friendship and love....

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peace love & indigo light
beccie lyon

move me, thrill me,
take me out of my existence and show me the stars.
-----original message-----
from: ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: friday, september 10, 1999 11:09 pm
subject: re: flames nastiness and other rude things.....


>hey now! don't light that peace pipe without me.
>
>> -----original message-----
>> i will try to refrain from public
>> posts but come
>> on jilly you have to admit it was funny..... :o)  peace pipe lit
>> once again
>> lets play nice......
>
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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 01:16:54 edt
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hiya!
i have been on the list only a few days now, just kinda been kickin back and
watching.  i wanted to come out of hiding and say hey to everyone. i wish i
would have found this list earlier i would have loved to meet ya's at
bumbershoot.  my partner and i took my children with us to their first
concert.  sorry to say my 8 year old dances better than her momma. my 3 year
old was singin along to soy from the beginning. they were having a good time.
they rocked!!
might anyone know how i could get a copy of a boot from that show?  and
beccie thank ya darlin for the background of the girls.  i put it as my
wallpaper first thing this morning. :)
it's nice to see so much action on this list. i have been on the ig list at
onelist.com for some time now and it's pretty quiet.
take care all.
tena

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 01:22:30 -0400
reply-to:     beccie lyon <beccie@websunshine.com>
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your welcome darlin, glad that i can brighten your day. the offer is still
open to all if anyone out there still wants or needs new backgrounds. i have
several of amy and one of the two girls together.

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peace love & indigo light
beccie lyon

move me, thrill me,
take me out of my existence and show me the stars.
-----original message-----
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to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: saturday, september 11, 1999 1:18 am
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>hiya!
> i have been on the list only a few days now, just kinda been kickin back
and
>watching.  i wanted to come out of hiding and say hey to everyone. i wish i
>would have found this list earlier i would have loved to meet ya's at
>bumbershoot.  my partner and i took my children with us to their first
>concert.  sorry to say my 8 year old dances better than her momma. my 3
year
>old was singin along to soy from the beginning. they were having a good
time.
>they rocked!!
>might anyone know how i could get a copy of a boot from that show?  and
>beccie thank ya darlin for the background of the girls.  i put it as my
>wallpaper first thing this morning. :)
>it's nice to see so much action on this list. i have been on the ig list at
>onelist.com for some time now and it's pretty quiet.
>take care all.
>tena
>
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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 02:27:12 -0400
reply-to:     h <hhusted@bu.edu>
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hey iggheads

i gave up taping for people cuz i had lost the joy of it, but i'm all sweet
on ig again after an extended (ongoing) love affair with punk.  what sold
me on this boot are the versions of summertime and american tune.  they're
worth the boot all by themselves, and it's a great example of old-school ig.

first five people to email me their addresses get a copy of this bootleg
sent to their home free of charge.

the next five people after that (or ten if i get that many replies) can
send me a tape and sase and i'll do it for ya.  sound quality is great for
a boot this old.  crowd noise isn't overwhelming.

please don't post this to ignews, if it is news.

setlist:
summertime
cold as ice
never stop
holy city
love of the common people
no way to treat a friend
the water is wide
lifeblood
killing time
don't give up on me baby
make this house a home happy birthday
romeo and juliet
history of us
love the one you're with
peace song
american tune
get together (cut)

this would make a great cd-r, if it hasn't been made already (hint).

[sam monforton, i owe you boots from two years ago, forgive me.  please
drop me a line and i'll try to make good on them.]

lurve and happiness,
heather

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 01:11:17 -0600
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>  if anyone is selling out to the masses... it ain't the lesbian activist
> clutching a mandolin

- elizabeth in overdrive

girl, thank you for the most giant laugh i've had all week. anybody wanna make a
t-shirt of this?

kc

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 23:36:44 +0900
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hey,

what is the url of the site where i can hear peace tonight?  i think we finally got the computers here working enough so that we can use real player (this school has the world's worst server!).  thanks!

:-) karen

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 08:00:10 pdt
reply-to:     karen murphy <murphyslaw77@netscape.net>
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hello boys and girls....  jill and beccie, glad everything's settled, but
allow me to thank you on behalf of the side of me who enjoys witnessing a good
rumble - i laughed outloud. but i'm glad it's out of your system.... now,
what's this about emily losing a sister? someone wrote that.... here i am,
thinking im their biggest fan (dont we all) and i was shocked to read that....
anyone know what happened?
also, as far as everyone's expectations/disappointments/ and general issues
with cons, i have heard most of it live and i am sitting on my hands waiting
to get it.... i know many of you were hoping for a little 'old school' ig, and
i love that stuff, but everytime they come up with something new, it's like
christmas for me. i absolutley love all the new instruments they used on sots
and esp. cons. (after all, amy is a punk rocker!)  as far as im concerned, the
girls have never compromised the quality of their lyrics, which is what
matters the most. with each album, they get more passionate and strip to the
core of their hearts... which is what they've always done, but they dont seem
to hold back so much anymore.... anyway, i have no complaints.... i love
music. i love ig, so that makes the world go 'round..... i dont think i could
ever 'dislike' anything they put out.... i'd feel like i was betraying them or
something... (yeah, like i know them...!)
anywho, im so psyched to get cons...it's like waiting for a letter to come
from a friend... im sure it'll grow on those who have stated their
disappointment....
we are fortunate ones, i swear...
god bless,
k

rambling on.....
the weather is gorgeous in our nation's capitol today... and i am stuck here
doing a research project for a theater seminar class....
i want to go out and play!!!!!!!!!!!!

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 09:35:12 -0700
reply-to:     nikki <clsrtofine@yahoo.com>
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hey all,

i just need to ask a quick ? from y'all

does anyone know how i can get the long sleeve ig
shirt...i think its black and just says ig on it? if
you have one or know where i can get one i would buy
it...

okay...also does anyone have an extra bumper sticker
they are willing to sell?

**these are presents and i would appreciate any
help...

thanks,
nikki

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 09:49:50 -0700
reply-to:     graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
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actually, you can't use real player to listen to peace tonight.  you
have to use micro$oft's own windows media player, which you can download
from somewhere on their website.  while the sound quality is pretty
amazing, i was terribly disappointed to only be able to hear 30-40
seconds of the song at any given "burst", thanks to poor buffering
throughput on behalf of the server.  although i choose to blame m$ for
this problem, and not launch.com.  :)

-g

"karen, the big bad bitch of japan" wrote:

>
> what is the url of the site where i can hear peace tonight?  i think we finally got the computers here working enough so that we can use real player (this school has the world's worst server!).  thanks!


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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 13:50:24 -0700
reply-to:     samantha zeiss <indigo1008@yahoo.com>
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wanted to share my indigo moment of the day since the list has been
pretty quiet today.
  i decided to break from my oh-so-interesting paper on "the epic of
gilgamesh" and egyptian funeral documents (world history assigned - not
a subject by choice) and go for a little drive to maryland.  while
driving, i was flipping through my presets and heard familiar opening
cords to a song i'd been listening to this morning.
  so here i am, driving down i-81 (pa) hitting the ceiling of my car
screaming "holy sh*t!  i can't believe they are playing the indigo
girls!"  poor people beside me were scared for their lives.
  i got to hear most of galelio (when i wasn't screaming) and made it
safely to the outlets.
  then, while walking around the stores, i decided to stop in "the
children's place" to look for shirts for my god-daughter.  what's on
the radio?  melissa etheridge's "chrome plated heart."  there i am, yet
again making a fool of myself, singing along while all these mothers
are stearing their children away from the "crazy girl."  i was getting
quite a few weird looks today, but i'm happy, so who cares.  when i
have time tonight, i'm going to call that station and see if they have
the new single... gotta get it into rotation!!
  hope everyone's doin' well.  having fun with your paper karen?  good
luck to you too!! ;)

s.

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 17:39:24 -0400
reply-to:     heather davis <had5936@garnet.acns.fsu.edu>
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hello,
        i recently bought some shirts and got some doubles with the
package, so now i have a few ig shirts for sale. if anyone is interested in
them i'll sell them to the first person to respond for each shirt.
*all prices include shipping, which i figure to be about $3-$4.

1. indigo girls "$10 tour" shirt. white shirt with an alice in wonderland
picture on the front and a little saying at the bottom. the back says,
"presenting the 10 dollar tour" with a picture of an elephant. this shirt
has been slightly used but is in good condition. size m. i'm going to ask
$30 for this one because i think it's a little rare, price can be
negotiated, though.

2. rites of passage shirt. black shirt with picture of the rop album cover
on the front. the back says "rites of passage tour 1992" with a little
design in the middle that's kind of unexplainable. size xl. if it has been
worn, it's only been worn once. great condition. $18.

3. indigo girls "map-demonstration not for sale" shirt. a cream colored
shirt from when sots was tentatively titled "map." the back has the ig
cursive logo and says, "practice tour august 1996." lists the dates and
venues of the tour. size xl. great collector's shirt. brand new. $20.

4. lilith fair 97 shirt. doesn't look too official, probably a pirate
shirt. i'll take $8 for it. this is an xxl.


prices can be changed a little. the shirts originally came from joe
hamilton, so they are in pretty good shape. i'd keep them, but i have
doubles now and need some extra money anyways. i've tried to price them as
farily as i could. if anyone is interested let me know. :-) thanks!

-heather

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 17:47:09 -0400
reply-to:     heather davis <had5936@garnet.acns.fsu.edu>
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hello,
        i forgot to add that i have a green "get out the map" t-shirt for
sale also. brand new, xl. $18.

thanks!


-heather

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 19:26:24 -0400
reply-to:     h <hhusted@bu.edu>
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i've maxed out my limit.  you guys are trigger happy!  i'll start trading
again soon, and there are lots of other kind souls that'll trade for
blanks, cuz that's how we all got started.  ask around.

best
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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 20:00:42 edt
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i just wanted to wish everyone a l'shanah tovah, or happy new year.

today is the first day of the jewish holiday of rosh hashanah!
be replenished with the incoming year, learn from what you've experienced
this past year and let it help you grow in the coming year.

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 22:12:30 -0400
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today, i had the pleasure of babysitting my two adorable nieces. chandler,
who is an extremely inquisitive and genius of a three and a half year old,
and katie her 13 month old sister. my mail had run minutes before the girls
were dropped off with me, and i had received a video tape from a wonderful
listmember of ig tv appearances, so, i had of course popped it in before
they arrived. i had not watched the my nieces together since katie was born
and since they live 3 hours away, i dont get to see much of them. so i was
new to all of their cute tricks and nuances. my house is not exactly
babyproof either so, i had to follow them around saying no, dont, and oh my
god a lot. the youngest one katie, went right for the stereo. at first, i
thought it was just the flashing lights of the stereo, but then i noticed,
that she kept bringing me a certain cd and pointing towards the stereo. yes,
dear listmembers, it was an indigo girls cd. one of the free ones that was
given out at lillith last year, the shed your skin remix one. she was drawn
to the blue one. so, my being the faithful fan and loving aunt that i am, i
put it in, and played it. you should have seen her dancing. she was so cute.
when it ended, i will be dog goned if she didn't go over to my stack of
tapes and pulled out yes, one of my boots. problem child. once again she
pointed at the stereo and even tried to put it in the tape player, (ok, she
walked over and banged it against the stereo but hey she is only 13 months
old)  i played a few minutes of it for her, and by then the oldest one was
getting kinda restless, so i decided to turn on the video tape again. and
katie plopped herself down and sat quietly watching the girls for the entire
length of the tape. (those of you with children must know how shocked i was)
it was amazing. the oldest one wanted to color so i pulled a winnie the pooh
pic off the web for her, and then she asked me if i had any songs about pooh
that she could listen to, and of course you know what i pulled up for her.
my mp3 of house at poohs corner by the girls. she loved it and made me play
it three times for her before her interest turned back to the pooh picture i
had printed out for her to color.  later on as we were blowing bubbles off
my balcony, i swear i thought i heard her humming the tune as we played. it
was wonderful. being me, i of course have decided that the 13 month old is
psychic (i mean come on, there was a *gasp*  rick springfield tape ( long
story ask joan about it tee hee) with a picture of a dog on the cover right
next to it and she brought me the problem child boot)  and of course has
wonderful taste in music already.  also, that chandler will one day become a
folk singer. i also learned that bubbles are magic, a maple leaf is the one
thing that every three year old has ever wanted in life (heard it straight
from the horses mouth exactly as phrased) and that only her aunt beccie
could protect her from monsters, because i believe her when she says that
she sees them lurking around the corner. (not said as phrased but almost and
also said while power of two was playing in the background i couldn't write
stuff better than this)
it was just an amazing day and i wanted to share it with you guys. sometimes
it is wonderful to look at life through the eyes of a child. makes you
wonder why we get so caught up in all of the nastiness that the world has to
offer us. doesn't it. i am sorry jilly.

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peace love & indigo light
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take me out of my existence and show me the stars.

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 22:49:55 edt
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hey all~
    please forgive me if this has been discussed already but i'm wondering if
anyone out there in indigo land knows what date the new album comes out? i
heard oct.18th then i heard sept. 18th. maybe it's none of those? so if
anyone has the slightest clue please let me know.
peace,
~alyssa

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date:         sat, 11 sep 1999 19:49:34 pdt
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hey all you intimate strangers,

last night, i attended a cry, cry, cry concert in downtown harrisburg, pa.
(mavrikminx, did you go?) cry, cry, cry is a trio of musicians: dar
williams, lucy kaplansky, and richard shindell.  i really loved their goofy
rapport, with comments between each of the songs, like "this one is
lacrimous....this one is angst-ridden...this is a tragic song" with
accompanying audience laughter.  apparently, angst-ridden is more a
spiritual term to richard, and lacrimous is more spiritual to dar.

the highlights of the concert for me (they sang all of the songs from their
cd, one of each of their songs, and a cover of johnny nash's "cry, cry,
cry"):

1. "speaking of the angel" by ron sexsmith - they dedicated it to the little
girl sitting in the audience--haunting, and beautiful.

2. "i know what kind of love this is" by nerissa nields - lucy and dar just
gelled on this song.

3. "february" by dar.  one of dar's classics is my guess.  i bought her
songbook just for that song.  (janene davis, i've almost got "ghost" down on
the guitar, can play joking and i don't wanna know without any sense of
rhythm, and will work on blood and fire--the simple version.)

4. "ten-year night" by lucy.  she says it's about when she fell in love for
the first time.

5. "by way of sorrow" by julie miller - a hopeful, optimistic song according
to dar.

billy masters was their awesome multi-instrumental accompanist--a tall,
long-brunette-haired musician who loves music.

when i briefly talked with lucy, richard, and dar after all the autograph
seekers had left (and embarrassed myself by asking them to write a poem
about persimmons, jill--hey, i tried!!), they seem quite exhausted.  they
were awesome in concert, and even though i missed their newport appearance
(due to an ig concert in waterloo village--still in my mind it echoes as the
waterloo stage-crashing disaster), i was glad to enjoy their musical
chemistry together last night.

on dar williams' book "tofu tollbooth", there's a little quote from our amy
ray about it being a must-have in the backpack for any travelling vegetarian
or anyone who wants an alternative to chickens and cows.

diane - it just hit me today while hearing "virginia woolf" from 1200
curfews, that emily's sister took on her mother's occupation as a librarian
when she worked at huntington memorial library in pasadena, california.

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http://www.epiccenter.com/epiccenter/indigogirls/indigopress.html

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heya beccie cute story.
i have 4 kids all my own 8,6,5,3. my 8 year old or course is into back streat
boys and britney spears (who i must tell on my g/f and say every time she
sees her on tv her tongue drops out of her mouth, i have to keep reminding
her that the child is only what all of 17 i think.) anyhow for a while i
think my daughter had the indigo girls confused with the spice girls (who
everyone in her class was talking about last year) and so she thought they
must be cool.  now of course she knows the difference and loves ig. like i
said before ig was their first concert last week at bumbershoot.

i didn't know the girls sang house on poohs corner. where can i hear that
song? my 3 year old has every pooh video around.
take care all
tena

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hey sue,
    thanks a bunch for posting the info regarding the indigos cd release
party at starbucks in nyc. think i'll try to swing on down to astor place
after work on tuesday!
    yet another indigo mission.......if i choose to accept it....& of course
i do :)

        sittin' in nyc waitin' for those mosquito killin' helicopters
                                            --------danielle in nyc

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thought you texas folks might be interested in this:

according to a kgsr concert announcement this morning, the girls will be
in austin, october 26th and 27th.
that's a tuesday and wednesday performance. tickets go on sale on sept
18th. woohoo!!!
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cooper seay page:
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bootleg page: http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm

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well, i finally, finally got to see ig on before they were rock stars.
y'all were right - they were so cute back in highschool.  and i must
admit, i just loved that picture of amy in her black tank top -
running. ;)
  such a cutie!  and i couldn't get over the ppicture of emily checking
out that girl and the person saying "emily knew what she wanted at an
early age..."
  thanks again to whoever told me what time to watch it - otherwise i
would have ended up taping the first few hours and giving up.
  much appreciated!
s

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would the kind friend that initiated the discussion of the fantasy set =
list please e-mail me the results.  i accidently deleted that e-mail.

thanks also to this list.  reading the posts is a highlight of each =
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lani,
my messages keep bouncing back to me... what's your address???

sorry everybody else...

:) shayna

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hi all

at the risk of getting into trouble for talking about personal stuff, i've
just rejoined the list and read something about emily losing a sister. what
happened?

also, i'm looking forward to hearing the drums on cons. my boyfriend always
thinks the drumming is missing something in ig music (he likes heavier
stuff) so maybe cons will be the one to make him sit up and finally listen
properly.

thanks

helen

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hey all!
    so driving to church this morning i hear a rose polenzani song followed
by and indigo girls new song (gone again), then coming home from churhc i
hear another new song by the indigo girls ( i dont know what it's called
though!). but that was an awesome start to my day! all right, catch yah guys
later.
    ==end of alyssa's random post = go back to your regularly scheduled
listing==
~alyssa

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hi folks,

julie forwarded:
>the indigo girls
>uga stegeman colathens
>fri oct 22 1999 8:00pm
>location: atlanta, ga

i think michael already mentioned but... uga is in athens,
not atlanta...

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  but the way i feel tonight, it's like i'm already there..."
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didn't know if everyone had seen this or not...
thought i'd pass the url along!

twink!

http://www.flagpole.com/issues/thisweek/michellemalone.html

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the butchies    !!!!

are you all as ecstatic as i am???!!!  i'm surprised sus hasn't been all
over this!!!  you're uncharacteristically sedate, grrl!

if you don't know the faboo ones, who include kaia and melissa york from
team dresch, check out http://www.mrlady.com.

my source: ad in the boston phoenix, two weeks running, and the website.

other dates with ig, according to mrlady.com:

10/8/99 friday
washington, dc

10/10/99 sunday
dartmouth college
hanover, nh

10/11/99 monday
beacon st. theatre
new york, ny

they also have a date in providence with sarah dougher and the crabs.  i'm
really tempted by that one.

luv to all

h

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hey, if there's anyone who goes to agnes scott college could you please
e-mail me?  thanks a gazillion.

liz

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happy bday to the following!!

september 15 ('76)
creechal@aslan.emu.edu (chickensoprano)
"well there's always retrospect to light a clearer path
every 5 years or so i look back on my life and i have a good laugh..."

september 16 ('63)
klewis@msmail.is5.tch.tmc.edu (kris lewis)
"oh how i wish i were a trinity, so if i lost a part of me i'd still
have two of the same to live"

september 16 ('67)
jennifer mcqueen <jenmcqueen@clara.co.uk>

september 17 ('76)
rudyburman@aol.com (ruthie)

september 17
chance0631@aol.com (lynn)
* nomads*indians*saints, september 18 1990

and a special belated birthday wish goes out to:

jane ferrier <jmf66@cantva.canterbury.ac.nz>
who turned 40 last week, but refused to tell me what day :p

yay you guys! :)

love,
audra
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i am so excited for cons and the 10/8 show!!!!!!!!!!!!!
does anyone know who's opening for that?
i've got ani blasting (seeing her 10/6... that's going to be a great week..)
going to be late for class.... but there are only 15 more days til cons, so
who cares???? i had some brilliant question to ask, but i forgot what it
was..... sorry for this waste of space,
hope you all have great days!!!!!!!!
-k

oh, for all those who were fortunate enough to do business with me, i am
sending pics out today. sorry for the delay......


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heard from caroline this morning that she's featured in rockrgrl magazine.
just to let ya'll know.  if anyone saw her at bumbershoot, i'd be interested
in a review.

:)

-tara

ps - i listened to that damn cons tape several times this weekend - trying
to make it grow on me.  it's still frustrating hearing all that reverb and
drums in the forefront, but i still love go and soon be to nothing, and i
love the sound of trouble, however the way the vocals were recorded reminds
me of when greg brady became johnny bravo.  it's not really growing on me as
much as i'm getting used to it.  i'll be glad to hear these songs live in
the next couple months, and i hope they sound similar to the lilith
performances and less like the record, because i loved these songs live this
summer when i heard 'em.

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   i just got a message from a buddy in nyc, that is actually somewhat
pertinent to a continuous discussion on this list.  it also amused me:

"i do believe that you are a bad influence on me.  i was in the village,
attempting to purchase a pair of lime green chuck taylor all-stars, when,
unexpectedly, i harkened to the sounds of an angry mob!  as i drew nigh,
i saw before me colorful banners claiming 'god hates fags.'  now, most
people, upon finding themselves in a similar situation, would think unto
themselves, "how may'st i avoid this ugly confrontation?"  not i.  my
first thought was, "hmm, what would darius do in this situation?"

(in case you were wondering, i couldn't think of anything.)"

   it's good to see that rev. phelps and company are still preachin' the
word.  what i wouldn't do for a 5th floor flat and some bottle rockets...
;)

   darius

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 10:22:46 -0400
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i love the boots of the recent shows.  at the end of the song "trouble",
when they sing "i'm   in   tro  uble" it reminds me of how they sing
"bur eeeee my heart."     similar inflections and all.

oooh, and ms h - thank you for letting us know that the butchies will be
opening for ig in lowell.  i will finally get to see why you & sus rant
and rave about them grrls.  looking forward to it.

elaine

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 10:35:21 -0400
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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hey gang.  we've been working on getting a tree together for this, and due
to several complicating factors having *nothing* to do with the branches who
offered to help (don't want ya'll to think you're getting dissed or
anything), i'm just going to pull a 'neil' and offer it myself, without
help.  mostly, i'm concerned about everybody getting the artwork - and i've
got these really great cd labels that really *need* to go with the discs,
and i've got the press-on machine and all that, and yadda yadda yadda, i'm
absolving my branches of their responsibilities.  i've been keeping up fine
with the shades stuff, so, i'm sure i'll manage with the 9:30 thing too.

so... here's the track list:
disc one
1. intro
2. it's alright (es)
3. land of canaan (ar)
4. get out the map (es)
5. thin line (gerard mchugh)
6. hammer and a nail (es)
7. sister (ar)
8. least complicated (es)
9. shed your skin (ar)
10. soon to be nothing (es)
11. ozilene (ar)
12. shame on you (ar)
13. power of two (es)
14. cut it out (ar)
15. wish you were here (pink floyd)
16. virginia woolf (es)
17. gone again (ar)
18. galileo (es)

disc two
1. boys just laugh (ar)
2. go (ar, with three finger cowboy)
3. closer to fine (es, with sulli the guitar tech)
4. intro speech
--------------------
5. interview (acoustic cafe)
6. gone again (ar)
7. it's alright (es)
8. galileo (es)
9. go (ar)
--------------------live at the crocodile in seattle, broadcast on 103.7
(4/3/97)
10. get out the map
11. don't give that girl a gun
12. caramia
13. shame on you
-------------------live in-studio with interview, broadcast on 103.7 in
seattle (6/11/97)
14. get out the map (on guitars! with no banjo!)
15. shame on you

you'll need to send me 2 cdrs, a padded sase (make sure you've got enough
return postage) and include $2 ($1 per disc) for the art.  trust me, it's
worth it, and i'm going through color cartridges like candy because i'm
printing 1440 dpi.  friends have said i should sell these... but ya'll
*know* i'd never do that, and i don't want you to either.  so, here's my
release form, you'll need to print it out and send it to me, signed and
dated:

i hereby promise not to copy, duplicate, distribute, or sell digital copies
nor will i make any digital bootleg offers of these indigo girls "9:30 club
and more!" bootleg cds.  i will refer all inquiries for digital copies to
the person who supplied my discs, in this case, to tara lane at
tara8595@yahoo.com.  i solemnly swear i will never attempt to profit from
owning these cds.

signed_________________________________________

print name______________________________________

email address____________________________________

date____________________________________________

requests sent without this signed form will be returned to sender.

if anyone has any questions about this form, or the offer, or anything about
this bootleg, just email me, i'll be happy to explain.

if anyone would rather have a cassette, send the same stuff, substituting a
110 min high bias tdk or maxell.  if you're sending a cassette, you don't
need the $2.  i've got b&w covers for those for free.

here's my address:

tara lane
po box 11305
richmond, va  23230

the branches who've sent me blank discs will be receiving them shortly.

-indigo smiles all around,
-tara

"if you profit from bootlegging music, you're going to hell." -me

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this week's special is a 3 tape set of boots from 1994 ==>red rocks, co
august 13, 1994 and portland, me december 8, 1994.  includes the wood song,
strange fire, fugitive, ghost, kid fears, galileo, finlandia, touch me fall
with ar's i will not be complacent soc and a touch me fall that seques into
cortez the killer.

free for a sase with enough postage to make it and three tapes back to you.

first one to respond gets the whole package.  if i do not respond to your
email, sorry.  i will offer others soon.

jude :)

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 10:54:11 -0400
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subject:      god hates flags???
x-to:         hicktruckdriver <dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu>

what's all this fuss i hear about god hating flags????  flags have been with
us for centuries, and are one of mankinds greatest inventions.....  how else
are we to know the good guys from the bad?  i mean, all 7,864 of the worlds
organized religions even have flags so as to separate the true believers
from the heathen scum.....

what?  you say there's a rainbow colored flag which accepts diversity and
doesn't separate people into opposing armed camps???  how unnatural......

<uh, that's fags, emily.....god hates fags>

oh no, we just had a long discussion about the evils and economics of
tobacco.  i don't wanna go there again......

<not cigarettes, emily......homosexuals......people who love people like
themselves>

wasn't it just 2 millennia ago that some long-haired guy claiming to be the
son of god got killed for preaching love?  what would those street preachers
do if they couldn't twist words and play to the fears and ignorance of the
masses......

never mind.......

(the part of emily was played by a certain resident musical iconoclast in
drag)

peace, love and harmony,
tim

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> i saw before me colorful banners claiming 'god hates fags.'  now, most
> people, upon finding themselves in a similar situation, would think unto
> themselves, "how may'st i avoid this ugly confrontation?"  not i.  my
> first thought was, "hmm, what would darius do in this situation?"
>
> (in case you were wondering, i couldn't think of anything.)"
>
>   it's good to see that rev. phelps and company are still preachin' the
>word.  what i wouldn't do for a 5th floor flat and some bottle rockets...
>;)
>
>   darius
>
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havanamoon wrote:
>
> what's all this fuss i hear about god hating flags????

> <uh, that's fags, emily.....god hates fags>

lol - it took me a few minutes for this to sink in that you're actually
referring to emily litella, not emily saliers!   saturday nite live!
gilda radner was a comedic genius.  i especially liked her skit of lisa
loobner with chaz "the spaz", the noogie master. (bill murray) -
remember that one?

elaine

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 10:34:20 -0600
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howdy, all...

i'm all shook up about the girls' stop in austin.  has anyone heard of any
other texas dates?

lemme know...

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hkf's,

getting bored with my subject lines...  anyone see the seinfeld 'yada yada'
episode?  ;)

anyway, just updated my site with the austin info - although there's not
much there yet.  plus the nj & nh shows went on sale this weekend (i have no
'puter on weekends).  didn't see any posts about it as i was catching up
this am, but they are both on sale thru tm.

that's about it for tour dates.  cya in chatty, greenvl' & birm!!!  10 days
until chatty!!!!

a+e=ig

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"i thank the lord, for the people i have found..."

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 13:12:06 -0400
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somebody's auctioning off early recordings vol i, ii, and iii and it's up to
$167.  geez - just a reminder to any newbies - never ever ever buy this
stuff on ebay - there's plenty of people on this list that'll give it to ya
for free.  just ask, or wait for the offers.  i'll do this one myself
sometime after thanksgiving, especially if i'm reminded.

those ebay pirate people make me sick to my stomach.

-tara

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hey y'all,

i know this has been discussed before, but i forgot the answers.  is it
possible to get good tix through tm online or do you have better luck over
the phone?  does the on-line service start letting requests go through as
soon as the tickets go on sale, or is there a delay?  when you use the
on-line service on you looking at exactly the same screens and available tix
as the on-site and telephone reps or have some tickets been set aside for
on-line purchase?

help!!!  hopefully, i'll be driving down from dallas for one of the austin
concerts and would like to have good seats.  also, any info about the venue
in austin would be much appreciated.

peace, love and all things indigo,

pam in big d

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 14:10:48 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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hi y'all.  i hope everyone had a good weekend.  i have two questions.  does
anyone have:

1. a transcript of the daughters of the sun, sister of the moon book
signing discussion
2. chords to little darlin'

thanks!
----------------------------------------------------------
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cooper seay page:
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bootleg page: http://www.geocities.com/colosseum/field/3349/boots.htm

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 15:38:07 -0400
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subject:      re: buying tix from tm
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i've heard different answers to this question about ticket-buying strategy.
a few weeks ago i bought tickets at the box office for ig at the beacon. i
was the 15th person in line, and i bought tickets for two shows. i got good
seats, but not as good as you might think if only the 15 people in line
ahead of me had purchased tickets before i did (unless they all purchased
the maximum amount). the tm on-line and phone customers were getting tix at
the same time, and i know of at least one person who did tm (on-line, i
think) and got better seats than i did for one of the shows.

so i don't know! wish i knew a consistent best-bet strategy. someone told
me to go to either the box-office or a tm outlet (a non-crowded one) to
beat tm phone and online customers, but i don't think i believe that anymore.

-sue


at 01:19 pm 9/13/99 edt, mnoelm@aol.com wrote:
>hey y'all,
>
>i know this has been discussed before, but i forgot the answers.  is it
>possible to get good tix through tm online or do you have better luck over
>the phone?  does the on-line service start letting requests go through as
>soon as the tickets go on sale, or is there a delay?  when you use the
>on-line service on you looking at exactly the same screens and available tix
>as the on-site and telephone reps or have some tickets been set aside for
>on-line purchase?
>
>help!!!  hopefully, i'll be driving down from dallas for one of the austin
>concerts and would like to have good seats.  also, any info about the venue
>in austin would be much appreciated.
>
>peace, love and all things indigo,
>
>pam in big d
>
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can any tm outlet sell tix for any show, even ones out of town, or do they
only sell for events in the same city?

thanks for all the info so far,

pam in dallas

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depends on the city.  best to stop by your local ticketmaster outlet ahead
of time and ask how far their jurisdiction is.  in richmond, i could buy
tickets to raleigh, but not to fairfax, even though it's closer.

> -----original message-----
> from: mnoelm@aol.com [smtp:mnoelm@aol.com]
> sent: monday, september 13, 1999 4:36 pm
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> subject:      re: buying tix from tm
>
> can any tm outlet sell tix for any show, even ones out of town, or do they
> only sell for events in the same city?
>
> thanks for all the info so far,
>
> pam in dallas
>
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on mon, 13 sep 1999, susan brill wrote:

> so i don't know! wish i knew a consistent best-bet strategy. someone told
> me to go to either the box-office or a tm outlet (a non-crowded one) to
> beat tm phone and online customers, but i don't think i believe that anymore.

   for springsteen, my roommate and i are planning at being at a local tm
place at midnight.  we're also bringing a cell phone to bombard tm phone,
a second cell phone for coordination efforts, and having another roommate
go online.
   judicious overkill of technology, perhaps.  but we'll see...

   darius

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sleeve....budweiser bottle."
   - steven tyler

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hey all,

i've been on this list maybe a week, and i have to say
i'm absolutely knocked out by the generosity of folks
here, manifested in all kinds of ways.

what a great bunch of people.
nice to be here.

kristen (or kc, depending...)

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a third date has ben added to the nyc stop on the tour (wed, oct 13). it
must have just gone up because i just got front row...run, don't walk to tm
online!!
stephen

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date:         mon, 13 sep 1999 19:25:19 edt
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thought some of you near the pittsburgh area might be interested in this, eco
conference 2000, since i know many of you are nature activists... sounds
neat!  too bad it was happening in north carolina :)
*sigh*
trooper
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hey there!

check out the attached tidbit about econference 2000.

best wishes,
lyndy worsham
n.c. field organizer
919.933.5777

be part of an historic event to launch the environmental movement into the
next millennium!

as we enter the 21st century, the environment is in a state of crisis.  only
4% of our ancient forests remain standing. the unbridled emission of
greenhouse gases into our atmosphere is causing global climate change and
extreme weather-the10 hottest years on record have all occurred since 1980.
more than 163 million americans live in cities which violate the federal
standards for air pollution  the epa states that 40% of our nation's waters
are not safe for fishing and swimming.  more than 50,000 species become
extinct worldwide each year.  given this rapid decline in species, within 50
years, one quarter of the world's species could be lost forever.

now is the time to do something about it.  econference 2000 is a national
environmental conference taking place at the university of  pennsylvania on
october 15-17, 1999.  thousands of students from all over the world will be
gathering in philadelphia for a weekend of workshops, speakers, discussion
groups, and political actions.  some of the greatest environmental leaders
of our time, like ralph nader and lois gibbs, will be there to speak and
lead workshops.  also, there will be live entertainment including artists
like the lead singers of rusted root and spearhead.

the conference is sponsored by over 50 national environmental organizations
including sierra student coalition, students for a free tibet, seac, the
pirgs and greenpeace.   econference 2000 will be a great opportunity to
learn the skills necessary to make a difference on some of the most
important issues we're facing today.

don't miss out on this historic event.

for more information, or to register for econference 2000, visit the website
www.econference2000.org or call 1-877-ecostudent. if you're from the
southeast, contact lyndy worsham at 919.933.5777.

we are the people, now is the time.

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thank you thank you thank you, stephen!  we just got 2nd row, amy side!
everyone buy your tickets now!

nancy

stephen mcgill wrote:

> a third date has ben added to the nyc stop on the tour (wed, oct 13). it
> must have just gone up because i just got front row...run, don't walk to tm
> online!!
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i have 2 tickets that i will not be able to use for the tuesday, october
5 show at the tower theater in upper darby, pa.  they are orchestra
section, row rr (that's 18th row) seats 111 and 113.  i'm asking face
value for the tickets, which comes to $72 total.  these are pretty good
seats - although not that good considering we were 5th in line at the
box office.
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thank you so much for writing in stephen!

they went on sale at 3:00 pm - shoot! i wish i had subscribed to that tm
service that alerts you to these things. i bought a ticket (my friends will
think i'm crazy going three nights) and got row b (i ordered right after
reading stephen's message at 7:35 or so). row b is, unfortunately, the 6th
row. not that 6th is terrible, but i bet the front row would have been wide
open at 3:00!!  ah well - there will be another chance somewhere.
thanks again!
-sue


at 03:49 pm 9/13/99 pdt, stephen mcgill wrote:
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>must have just gone up because i just got front row...run, don't walk to tm
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thank you so much for writing in stephen!

they went on sale at 3:00 pm - shoot! i wish i had subscribed to that tm
service that alerts you to these things. i bought a ticket (my friends will
think i'm crazy going three nights) and got row b (i ordered right after
reading stephen's message at 7:35 or so). row b is, unfortunately, the 6th
row. not that 6th is terrible, but i bet the front row would have been wide
open at 3:00!!  ah well - there will be another chance somewhere.
thanks again!
-sue

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hey folks,

i'm forwarding this from the new-only list...

-sherlyn

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>from: "scott, mark [ethus]" <mscott6@ethus.jnj.com>
>subject: ny tickets for sale
>date: mon, 13 sep 1999 12:50:42 -0400
>
>hi, i'm unable to use my two tickets for the ny show at the beacon theater
>on oct 12, and i'm looking to get rid of them at face value ($42 each).
>they are good seats, row l in the orchestra section.  if anyone is
>interested please let me know.
>
>thanks
>
>
>mark r. scott
>markscot@eden.rutgers.edu
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hkfs,

tonight i watched the 20/20 broadcast about gay
homeless youth. it nearly broke my heart.  i had no
idea how bad the situation was.  there is a place in
new york that houses, feeds, gives clothing,
counseling to some of these youth.  please consider
sending them a donation so young people dont have to
suffer.  the majority of the gay youth that they house
date: sun, 19 sep 1999 13:50:02 +0000
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were kicked out of their homes and are not runaways.
the address is:

the hetrick-martin institute
2 astor pl fl 3
new york, ny 10003-6903

even five dollars would help!!
thanks and sorry for use of bandwith
nikki

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elainey beaner in beantown sez:
>
>i love the boots of the recent shows.  at the end of the song "trouble",
>when they sing "i'm   in   tro  uble" it reminds me of how they sing
>"bur eeeee my heart."     similar inflections and all.

the bigass bummer is, they *don't* do that on the cd! argh! i even did it
this morning driving down the street, expecting it to be there. did i feel
like an ass.
>
>oooh, and ms h - thank you for letting us know that the butchies will be
>opening for ig in lowell.  i will finally get to see why you & sus rant
>and rave about them grrls.  looking forward to it.
>
>elaine

i cannot, and i do mean cannot, rave enough about melissa, kaia and al.
they rock the eternal dykelovin sisterscrumpin house. for those of you for
whom that is too graphic, ill try to sum it up another way:

ya know how the divine ms jill feels about rose polenzani?

tthat's how i feel about the butchies. times a hundred. they dominate.
nuff said.

sus
ps only kiddin jilly, fan love isn't a contest:)

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hey everyone,
        nikki wrote:
> tonight i watched the 20/20 broadcast about gay
> homeless youth. it nearly broke my heart.  i had no
> idea how bad the situation was....the majority of the gay youth that they house
> were kicked out of their homes and are not runaways.

        i am *ashamed* to be a member of the generation who are the parents of these young people.
deb

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as a very avid fan of the most delightful amy and emily.. could someone help
me out here...when are the girls coming to austin????  ya see, i live in
houston and a quick road trip to austin would be def the plan
anybody help me out here
thanks
peace
love
and all things indigo
aereas3
kris

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i'm looking to buy 2 tickets w/ seats next to each other, and sell my one
ticket.  if anyone has 2 tickets for the oct. 4th show at the tower theater
that are closer than row mm/13th row please let me know asap!

thanks,

jen :-)

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2 tickets from either date would be great, the 4th or 5th.  my one ticket is
for the 4th.

jen :-)

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this is so frustrating - i'd been waiting all day to see this and i got
home and there was a football game on. i live in colorado springs ( the
vatican of the religious right, for you folks who aren't familiar with
the local political climate). we need this kind of programming more than
we need another broncos game (sorry football fans - gimme
tennis/soccer/the wnba and even the occassional golf game...)

but i digress.

i'm glad they did a good job with the program. in spite of a climate of
greater acceptance - even here in the springs - the youth really need
the solid support of the adults in their lives, no matter who you crawl
into bed with.

thanks for the report and the address. if you are disposed to giving,
you also might want to seek out your local les/bi/gay/trans youth group
- they are always struggling for funding. it's rare for the pta, school
districts or other organizations to pick up the tab. many youth groups
are funded as support groups for kids "at risk", marginalizing even our
healthiest kids by demanding they cop to pathology to have a place to be
themselves. my rant for the day.

cheers all,
kc


nikki wrote:

> hkfs,
>
> tonight i watched the 20/20 broadcast about gay
> homeless youth. it nearly broke my heart.  i had no
> idea how bad the situation was.  there is a place in
> new york that houses, feeds, gives clothing,
> counseling to some of these youth.  please consider
> sending them a donation so young people dont have to
> suffer.  the majority of the gay youth that they house
> were kicked out of their homes and are not runaways.
> the address is:
>
> the hetrick-martin institute
> 2 astor pl fl 3
> new york, ny 10003-6903
>
> even five dollars would help!!
> thanks and sorry for use of bandwith
> nikki
>
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so you've had enough of us.
you're dying to flee the indigoed masses.
that's okay.  just be sure to send your letter of resignation to
listserv@netspace.org
and not
indigo-girls@netspace.org.
otherwise, you'll never be rid of us.

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susiesusiesus said
>ya know how the divine ms jill feels about rose polenzani?
>tthat's how i feel about the butchies. times a hundred.

yeah sus, but do they let you pet them?

(i can hear shelley laughing in chicago)

*j


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i missed the program but wanted to let those in the great pnw know about
another program that could use donations and the like:

lambert house
1818 - 15th ave.
seattle, wa 98122

> -----original message-----
> the hetrick-martin institute
> 2 astor pl fl 3
> new york, ny 10003-6903
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> even five dollars would help!!
> thanks and sorry for use of bandwith
> nikki

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hi folks,

on the radio the other day i heard that melissa etheridge
will be performing a free show at tumbalong park at
darling harbour in sydney this weekend.  i don't know any
more than that, so don't sue me if i made this up
entirely...

slightly confused,
sherlyn
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hkf's,

just added 3rd ny show plus the 10/24/99 mobile, al - mitchell center show
to my site.  check the link below and please let us know if there are any
errors or if there is any info missing that you might know about.  thanks!

and on the official site - even though it's been mentioned here's the
listening party info:

"starbucks & wfuv 90.7
invite you to a listening party.
join wfuv's rita houston as she previews come on now social, the new cd by
epic records recording artist the indigo girls in new york city on
tuesday,september 14th at 7:00 pm

there will be raffles and trivia contests throughout the night:
win tickets to the indigo girls concert at the beacon theatre, october 11th
& 12th.  win the indigo girls cd, come on now social, before you can buy it.

starbucks astor place
13-25 astor place
(on 8th street & lafayette)
t: 212/982-3563"

happy star-spangled banner!!!
;)

mcunningham5@earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
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here is a question i got, and i want to answer to the entire list to explain
something....

        >>this contract thing that you want people to sign.  is it intended
to
        prevent people from selling the cds that you made, or from selling
copies
        of what you made?  the way that your statement is written, it looks
more
        like you are also forbidding me from making a taped copy, and then
giving
        that copy to a friend, or from even making a cdr copy, many years
down the
        road, and giving it to a friend.  while i'll sign the contract in
order to
        get the boots, i still feel uncomfortable with someone limiting the
        distribution of the boot when it is not for profit.  i understand
your
        concerns about people selling the boot, but your language makes it
unclear
        as to whether or not the boot can be given away.<<

the contract is meant to prevent people from profitting from this bootleg.
when i was entrusted with the recording (which is not mine), it was given to
me with the understanding that i do everything within my power to keep it
away from pirates.  obviously, anyone can sell anything they want, and
people can ignore their pledge, and i'd have no recourse except to expose
the person to the list and bbs or something if i found out about it.  yes, i
don't want the bootleg given away, and i don't want people copying it or
treeing it digitally - what that means is no cdr copying.  if you want to
make a tape of it, or tree tapes of it, go for it.  this offer is only meant
for the people who request it directly from me on cdr.  the reason i don't
want it copied, given away or treed digitally, is that every time someone
gets a digital copy, i want them to have signed a pledge - as hokie as that
is, it's my policy, and i'm sticking to it.  the only way i can attempt to
accomplish this is if i remain the sole distributor, which i am prepared to
do, which is why my email is on every disc.  therefore, if anyone wants a
copy three months from now, or three years from now, i'll be happy as pie to
make it for them if they sign the pledge.

so in a nutshell, if you want the disc, you sign a pledge that says you'll
keep it, you won't give it to anybody, you won't sell it, and you won't make
a digital copy.  it is meant to be taken explicitly the way it's written.
if ya have a friend that wants one, have 'em email me, i'll be happy to make
the same deal with them, this offer has no time limit.

that is all for now fortunate ones,
        -tara

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date:         tue, 14 sep 1999 11:14:30 edt
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    hey folks, this isnt much, but i sent my emily background to beccie on
the list and she insisted i offer it.  really, i dont think it's anything
special, but if you'd  like it, reply to me and ill send the background your
way in about 3 days... sorry, no amy content.. maybe coming soon however :)
i swear.  i move out of alabama and then indigo girls cant stay away!
good day :)
trooper

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just wanted to pass this along--e-mail me off the list for more info:

anti hate crimes rally (on aniv. of matthew shepherd beating)
friday, october 8, 1999 8pm
halsted & ? (i need to check--its in boystown)
chicago, il

if anyone is interested, or wants to meet up and go together, please let me
know.

:),
shel (who, after a year and a half of living here, finally got an illinois
drivers license!)

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date:         tue, 14 sep 1999 11:53:37 -0400
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hi all

well, tonight is a banner night in nyc. i just heard there is a free
concert in central park featuring sheryl crow, who will be joined by stevie
nicks for a coupla songs, dixie chicks, sarah mclachlan, and about 4 other
cool artists i can't remember, both men and women. i think it starts at
8:00. but it is probably going to rain, so i don't know what will happen.

the other important events in nyc tonight are:
- indigo release party at astor place starbucks (see mike c's mail this
morning for details)

and (thank you, carrie!):
>also that same night, tuesday the 14th at the bitter end on bleecker.......
>acoustic girls circle (trina hamlin, marilyn d'amato, and nini camps)
>

and i'm stuck in new haven!!! how did this happen?!
somebody let me know how these turned out if you have the chance to go.
-sue

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hkf's,

here's something i just stumbled across on the tm site (now just added to my
site) in los angeles, ca:

indigo girls
*** ** ***
wiltern theatre
wilshire & western
thu nov 4, 1999 8:00pm
internet onsale: sep 19 1999 at 1:00pm

"welcome me...  to the city of angels..."

got ig?

mcunningham5@earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
"i thank the lord, for the people i have found..."

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i'm looking to acquire some new tapes to trade---i would love it if someone
would like to make me a couple/few/one copies of shows from this summer/fall
tours....i have lots to trade or i can send blanks....

fyi----it might take me a couple days to respond to replies....i only get my
hands on a computer about once a week....(what a pain...)

happy tuesday!! :)
kara.

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subject:      v. minor igc - philly opening acts

haven't seen this listed correctly yet (but i just deleted 200+ messages without reading
most, so...)

rose p. on the monday
three finger cowboy on the tuesday

miss rosie is playing at the tin angel (www.tinangel.com) the saturday before also,
supporting richard shindell, so there's that one for further consideration.

does anyone have the ig/band du soleil 'cortez the killer' they could do me a cdr of??

we now return you to your regularly scheduled banter...

cheers

road-trip-weary-neil
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have you locals seen that full page ad in bay windows? (bay windows is a
queer weekly paper in boston)  the ad reads:
"place a personal ad and we might send you and a date to see the indigo
girls at tsongas arena on oct. 6," and the text is accompanied by a cute
picture of a&e.  the web address is www.baywindows.com, if anyone is
interested in placing one ;)

elaine

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does anyone know of a good site for buying tickets to sold
out shows?   thanks!
j-

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does anyone know of a good site for buying tickets to sold
out shows?   thanks!
>>>>

indigo-girls@netspace.org
or various newsgroups...  from the fans and not the scalpers...

a+e=ig

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scrumpjillyicious sez:
>
>susiesusiesus said
>>ya know how the divine ms jill feels about rose polenzani?
>>tthat's how i feel about the butchies. times a hundred.
>
>yeah sus, but do they let you pet them?

now i have a goal. thanks jill!!!

sus
kaia please pet me. ill give you five dollars. ;)

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> does anyone know of a good site for buying tickets
> to sold
> out shows?

if you're looking for shows(and sporting events) in the nashville,
atlanta or selected cities in the south, check out www.openseats.com
it is a ticket exchange site...

peace!

joan :-d(who really needs to catch up on her e-mail, and write some
good friends:)

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oy, i accidentally sent this right to the listserv first...
as i wade through the week of e-mail that has backed up, i came across
your posts. thanks for the encouragement!
it was a good night. there should have been more people there, but such
is life. the people that were there were a very energized audience, so
it was cool. i especially want to thank amy putnam for being my boston
fan club and standing right where i needed her.  the new df band rocked,
and are going to get tighter with every show (philly was great as well)
it was my first solo show (not counting open mikes/songwriter showcases)
since i started my band a few years ago, and i think i need to work on
my stage presence...i got a little nervous out there on my own, but
hopefully i covered it okay. i got awesome souveniers, too: a picture of
my name on the marquee at the paradise, and a backstage pass with my
*own* name on it.
as for tapes, i don't know of any. we brought dats and tapes (both me
and the band) but the soundman said his machine was broken, and we
hadn't bothered to bring one.
as for my own cd, well...its coming in bits and pieces. a)i can't afford
to do it all at once (or to reproduce it, for that matter) b)sonia is
taking my producer away on tour c)there are some wonderful things afoot
in my life, and i don't want to rush recording and blow my bank account
only to find that i should have waited just a little longer. but: i have
a three song demo that i love, and an older tape that we were selling
that i don't love nearly as much (the  songs are still great, if i do
say so myself, just not the mix or the tape quality since my violin
player lost the masters) and a techno-klezmer piece that i wrote for a
belly-dancer friend when i was taking a class on producing computer
music, and tapes of a dozen or so of my band's shows, so if you really
want to hear me before my fullblown debut, come to a show and tape away,
or else send me tape and postage and i'll copy some o' the above
mentioned.
anyway, thanks again to everyone who wrote to me - i *am* living my
dream right now, and it seems there's no alarm set to wake me, i'm happy
to say.
sarah
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date:    mon, 8 nov 1999 13:49:52 -0500
from:    susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu>
subject: re: sonia/disappear fear in boston thursday night nigc

sarah! what a priviledge you have to open for disappear fear!! go for it
girl - you'll be great. your audience will be wonderful too,
undoubtedly.
never seen a bad audience for df. tell us all about it after!!

have a great time!!
-sue


date:    wed, 8 sep 1999 15:13:42 -0400
from:    deb.radziewicz@unisys.com
subject: re: sonia/disappear fear in boston thursday night nigc

aw, yeah..... go sarah!!

let us know *all* about it, will you?  and will there be recordings of
it
available?  (i'd ask about boots... but am not sure if it'll get
recorded for
cd... etc...).  i *want* one..!!! buy, boot, trade backrubs or
cooking... or
whatever!! i'm just tickled that one of our list people is getting out
there and
living the dream!  more music!! yaay!

and sarah... one more thing...where can we buy *your*  cd, chica?  :-)

with love, and a large pot of homemade veggie spaghetti sauce,

-- deb (loba)

ps: i have a *girlfriend*!!   and she's cute!!  *bounces*

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i'm telling ya, lads and lasses, if you have a chance to hear
sarah play, go do it!  she had the unenviable job of opening
a show which should have been packed but wasnt because hte promoter
didnt do his job.  despite the small numbers, sarah played a solid set
and definitely won new fans.  i'll certainly be looking for good things
to come down the road for her! it was a big club and she filled
it very nicely with her music and was a very fitting opening
for sonia.

on tue, 14 sep 1999, sarah pinsker wrote:

> oy, i accidentally sent this right to the listserv first...
>  as i wade through the week of e-mail that has backed up, i came across
> your posts. thanks for the encouragement!
> it was a good night. there should have been more people there, but such
> is life. the people that were there were a very energized audience, so
> it was cool. i especially want to thank amy putnam for being my boston
> fan club and standing right where i needed her.  the new df band rocked,
> and are going to get tighter with every show (philly was great as well)
> it was my first solo show (not counting open mikes/songwriter showcases)
> since i started my band a few years ago, and i think i need to work on
> my stage presence...i got a little nervous out there on my own, but
> hopefully i covered it okay. i got awesome souveniers, too: a picture of
> my name on the marquee at the paradise, and a backstage pass with my
> *own* name on it.
> as for tapes, i don't know of any. we brought dats and tapes (both me
> and the band) but the soundman said his machine was broken, and we
> hadn't bothered to bring one.
> as for my own cd, well...its coming in bits and pieces. a)i can't afford
> to do it all at once (or to reproduce it, for that matter) b)sonia is
> taking my producer away on tour c)there are some wonderful things afoot
> in my life, and i don't want to rush recording and blow my bank account
> only to find that i should have waited just a little longer. but: i have
> a three song demo that i love, and an older tape that we were selling
> that i don't love nearly as much (the  songs are still great, if i do
> say so myself, just not the mix or the tape quality since my violin
> player lost the masters) and a techno-klezmer piece that i wrote for a
> belly-dancer friend when i was taking a class on producing computer
> music, and tapes of a dozen or so of my band's shows, so if you really
> want to hear me before my fullblown debut, come to a show and tape away,
> or else send me tape and postage and i'll copy some o' the above
> mentioned.
> anyway, thanks again to everyone who wrote to me - i *am* living my
> dream right now, and it seems there's no alarm set to wake me, i'm happy
> to say.
> sarah
> ------------------------------
>

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i have heard a lot of talk about rose polenzani (sp?) on this list -
for those of you wisconsin folk, i see that she is playing at mother
fools on in madison (on willy st.) this friday (or saturday).  i caint
make it, which is too bad, because it sounds like she's great - but just
thought i'd share

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date:         tue, 14 sep 1999 16:33:04 -0500
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about the 20/20 show last night.

i realize that many of the listees do not appreciate talk of non-indigo
nature on the list, and to you i apologize for taking up cyber - space.
although i just think it is an interesting subject.

i'll add here that i am generally the type of gal who enjoys watching
versus reading - and so i did.  except for that i have recently finished
reading this book called passages of pride which deals with lesbian and
gay youth in minneapolis/st. paul, mn.

passages of pride was a really good book - especially because it was
depressing and happy all the while.  i mean, this tv show was good for
many things, including putting the fact that lesbian and gay youth are at
risk in a big way on public tv.  but this show was not happy.  there were
really no positive outcomes, which in one way is ok because that is real.
but in another way it is not all that ok because there are some positive
stories - although they may be fewer and farther between - for now.  for
example, 2 of the 3 youth interviewed for this story are nowhere to be
found, in other words 20/20 has not heard back.  and the other one is in
jail.

it just made me happy, reading passages of pride, because of the stories
that were remarkably positive, and encouraging.  i just find this to be
an important part of journalism, too.  don't get me wrong, passages had
me in tears time and time again...

i was also highly unimpressed with, perhaps even offended by, connie
chung's handling of the interviews.  i mean, one question was, "do you
think your mother would miss you if you were dead?"  a little ridic, in
my humble opinion.
just spilling my brain's beans on this tuesday afternoon...
amyc

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amyloretta@juno.com writes:

<< i mean, this tv show was good for many things, including putting the fact
that lesbian and gay youth are at risk in a big way on public tv.  but this
show was not happy.  there were really no positive outcomes, which in one way
is ok because that is real.  but in another way it is not all that ok because
there are some positive stories - although they may be fewer and farther
between - for now.  >>

  i caught the tail end of the 20/20 thing, and mentioned it to a friend of
mine who happened to be on-line when i was checking my e-mail last night.  it
turned out she had been approached by 20/20 for a different episode (yet to
air) on gay youth, as more of a success story.  (ie, she came out and it was
okay)  but she turned it down because she wasn't ready for national exposure,
though she's totally out in her community.  that makes me wonder if part of
it is the more "normal" kids... well, maybe the kids who are homeless or
looking at jail time or involved in drugs don't feel they have a lot to lose
by being outed on national television.  you never know where'll you'll be in
ten or twenty years... it's the kind of thing that could really come back to
haunt someone.  while i'm all for being out, sometimes it is nice to be, er,
in control of certain personal information.  when our vice principal was
accidently outed to the entire student body by an english teacher, she was
rather upset -- i will never forget her saying "it's not something i'm
ashamed of, just something i'm used to being in control of.  and to have that
control over something so personal taken away...."  the kids they highlighted
seemed to have lost control over their lives already.
  also, by showing horror stories, they're more likely to get the point
across that being gay and a teenager can really, desperately suck.  if they
threw in a success story, it might undermind the main point.
  anyway, i felt compelled to share.
~ elizabeth

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date:         tue, 14 sep 1999 18:57:15 -0400
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i didn't see this 20-20 show, but i'm glad to hear there is prime time
coverage on the suffering of gay youth - that's better than just a few
years ago. but this leads me to a question, and i apologize for leading
this into a non-ig discussion (responding off-list would be fine!), but i'm
curious and i'd like to ask this here - i have no idea what kind of gay
awareness education is going on in high schools now - any? from the
coverage of the cancelled ig shows a few years ago i had the feeling that
students were forming groups etc..., but parents still had problems with
it. i was impressed that at least students were educating eachother and
supporting eachother in a positive way. does this happen in most high
schools now? is the idea of education and awareness of gay issues "out" in
hs (it was not discussed in "my day")?

when i was in college i helped run some gay awareness workshops (seems like
a strange title to me now, but that's what they were called!)and i extended
this into a gifted high school program that ran at the university in the
summer. the kids were all 16 yrs old. this was back in the mid-80's in a
conservative state, when there was really no media attention or anything to
gay issues (like on mtv or my so called life or whatever...). when i
started the workshop the kids all looked stunned - their eyes were as big
as saucers - they actually looked frightened like we were going to be in
trouble for discussing such a thing in an educational setting. i guess i
coulda gotten in trouble with some of the parents, in fact! i didn't clear
it with the top level of program directors, and i remember being a bit
worried about the whole thing. but it went really well and folks seemed
much more comfortable as the workshop went on, and i think it was a helpful
thing for some of those kids. back then these workshops never happened at
the hs level, nor would you see something on tv about it. i was thinking
that had really changed and that there exists much better support for gay
youth now (and education for everyone). not true?

sorry for such a long question. i'm out of touch with all of this now in my
rather non-political laboratory setting...

thanks,
sue

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