lifeblood: listlogs: 1999-09d


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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 11:25:11 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hi folks,

i just called my local hmv to ask about the australian
release date of "come on now social"... apparently the
date has moved again, to october 11th...

-sherlyn
=-= sherlyn koo - sherlyn@fl.net.au =-=-=-=-=-=-= [sydney, australia]
"going eighty on the highway, we're all rushing somewhere;
  but the way i feel tonight, it's like i'm already there..."
                                - lucy kaplansky

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:29:57 edt
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i need help in getting off this list i tried two times earlier and was not
succesful.  i am in college. please help

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:46:29 -0700
reply-to:     theresa <reesie@mindspring.com>
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one week!!!!

and counting.


love,
theresa

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 19:04:05 -0700
reply-to:     leslie mackrell <lzlie@yahoo.com>
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i know the chances of this are slim to none, but i
figured my chances were definitely none if i didn't
ask.  i am hoping someone has an extra ticket for any
of the ig shows at the beakon on october 11,12, or 13
that they want to see go to a good home.  i live in
the city (fordham university student actually) so the
transfer would not be a problem.  hope someone can
help...
thanks!
leslie
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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 22:39:34 -0400
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subject:      a film recommendation while waiting for cons....antonia's line

just wondered how many listees are familiar with this wonderful dutch film,
which ranks among my all-time favorites.....

tim

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:55:20 -0600
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hi all,
i don't think my post from earlier today got posted - i keep getting
notes that they're getting sent to the moderator since i'm not a
subscriber to the list. but i am. so i'm confused, but hey, that's just
part of being me.

so anyway. i'm thinking about coming to austin from colorado for both
shows and i was wondering if anybody expected to have an extra ticket or
if anybody had any idea on what the ticket situation is like. i'm
surprised i'm seriously considering it. leaving the state to catch a
concert would definitely be a first for me, but still...

would welcome any info at all.
many thanks,
kristen

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 22:16:48 -0600
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well i've only seen it once, but i thought it was subtle, funny and beautiful.
any "wings of desire" fans out there? get the german with subtitles. the
language is elegant even if you can't understand a word. the american remake
was "city of angles". if you liked that one, treat yourself to the real thing.

i love movies.
kc


havanamoon wrote:

> just wondered how many listees are familiar with this wonderful dutch film,
> which ranks among my all-time favorites.....
>
> tim
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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:19:24 -0700
reply-to:     arjuna greist <agreist@calvin.pitzer.edu>
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from:         arjuna greist <agreist@calvin.pitzer.edu>
subject:      pride & rose & antonia's line
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hey y'all,
if you wanna see some expressions of pride, you should see my door here at
school. it's got pics of me & my grrl, various lgbtt artists, a rainbow of
slogans (roygbiv) saying "i support queer rights" "dyke" "gay" "unlabeled"
"bi" "i'm here, i'm queer, get used to it" and "queer," a postcard w/ a
blonde pig-tailed barbie going down on another barbie dressed as a nun
(it's funny! i swear!), a sign i made saying "bykes on dykes," and various
jokes & cartoons.
i'm right on the end of the hall, & several of my friends have commented
that it really helps others, especially first years, to see such a
prominent, blatent display of pride.
and speaking of pride... i'm gonna play on the mainstage for about 20 mins
at the claremont pride festival! if you live anywhere near here, you
should come to the festival to see me & just have fun in general. it's on
oct. 9th, admission $3. if yer interested, i can get you more info, like
when exactly i'm playing & where it is. (i don't know this yet myself...)

i might even play the song of mine that rose polenzani has been talking
about in her concerts... it's an answer song to olga's birthday from
mariana's point of view, & rose liked it so much it's now part of her
song intro. she's so very slinkster-cool. :)

also,
on tue, 21 sep 1999, havanamoon wrote:

> just wondered how many listees are familiar with this wonderful dutch film,
> which ranks among my all-time favorites.....
>
> tim

i love this film! i own it, have watched it about 18 times, have written 2
papers on it... see it, it's sooo excellent. :)

peace, arjuna

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 22:20:55 -0600
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oh my god this made me laugh my ass off. and i was at work. in a cubicle. alone.
but it's ok, because they already think i'm kind of... uh... unusual.

i saw my first women's rugby game this week. later in the day i was flipping
channels and caught a couple minutes of some pro football game and all i could
think was...wimps.

cheers and hope your head returns rapidly to a nicely rounded shape,
kristen

ginny lerch wrote:

> well, hello.
>     i'm a lurker (blahblahblah).  i just wanted to share a truly unique ig
> related story with people that would appreciate it...
>     yesterday, i had a field hockey game. now, you might not know it, but
> hockey is a pretty dangerous sport, what with all those wooden sticks and
> hard balls flying around.  anyway- i managed to catch a ball or a stick (i
> don't remember) with my face, right on the temple.  needless to say, i took a
> few steps...then i fell.  hard. ouch.  but, when i came to (picture concerned
> parents, coaches, refs and teammates huddling around my fallen body) i looked
> right at my coach and said-  "touch me fall."  to which my mom replied...get
> the trainer!!  then i started laughing.  then i went to the er.  fear not,
> i'm fine.  strange...just goes to show you- those girls are with us all the
> time.  take it easy...grl
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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:42:49 -0700
reply-to:     i never was the fantasy of what you wanted me to be
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hmm . . . my favorite moment . . .

that one bit where emily's pretending to shove a plastic knife down her
throat, and someone offscreen is going, "don't do it, emily!  don't do it,
emily!  oh, god!"  then em looks back up, all cute and stuff . . . one of
those lighter moments that i love so much.

the one long shot of amy jumping into that convertible sticks out for me
too.

        battle on,
        shanie
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fork and poke them so full of holes!" -- kerry stuart in "tropical storm,"
by melissa good

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 23:49:06 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <barbinmn@webtv.net>
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is anyone having trouble getting into  the ig
bbs?  i'm having a terrible time  with that site
today.  i wonder what's going on.

peace tonight

barb

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date:         tue, 21 sep 1999 21:51:07 -0700
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on tue, 21 sep 1999, theresa wrote:

> one week!!!!
>
> and counting.

*tick*
*tick*
*tick*

less than a week now, for you all in eastern and central time!  how long
until we hear the whimpers coming from all over the place?  (hmm.  i've
got the very last line of "galileo" in my head . . . <g>)

        battle on,
        shanie
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and poke them so full of holes!"  -- kerry stuart in "tropical storm," by
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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 06:24:19 -0500
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living in houston, there are a lot of cars that are decorated with rainbow
stickers.  it makes me smile too.  gay houstonians have a lot of pride in
themselves and in this city.  and i don't think that we're that afraid of
showing our pride, even though there are a lot of "rednecks" around.

i was once tailed by a truck load of young kids who were flashing their
lights at me and hanging their limp wrists out the window.  they did this
for about a mile.  i had to stop at a light with them, my pulse racing the
entire time.  at another light, they actually pulled up next to me.  of
course i didn't look at them, and they eventually drove away.  but that was
one time when the stickers on the back of my car could have caused me big
problems.  of course, that's the only way they knew i was gay.  my first
reaction was to take the stickers off.  but then i thought about it and
decided that my lesbian pride was bigger then my fear of bigots.  so, the
stickers stay.  actually, i bought one more!

having my first lesbian "marriage" just recently break up, i've been real
depressed lately.  so seeing those stickers now helps me because i know
that there is "family" all around me.  my wife was the best thing that ever
happened to me.  i hope that she decides to stay, because i truly love and
miss her.

anyway, have pride in yourself !
- jen mek

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 09:43:57 -0400
reply-to:     sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu>
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1)a passing thought: why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
for peace tonight, and many of those i've seen for the tour/album in
general? not that i mind, but i thought it was odd that the pictures on the
sleeve of the peace tonight promo barely had emily peeking out behind, when
it was her song.

2)antonia's line is one of my favorite movies, as i told tim, and one that i
actually own despite not owning a television. i love wings of desire, too,
but absolutely hated city of angels.

3)anybody in cleveland want to do a favor (its not the same favor as i asked
of the baigls, just for the record)? it will be well rewarded.

4)anybody going to the dc show want to trade tickets? i have two emily-side
(i think its section 101 if i recall) that i would love to trade for
amy-side.

5)baltimoreans: go see sonia & disappear fear tonight (wednesday) at the
recher in towson. they put on a rockin' show!  there are two queer bands
opening for them too, one of which i don't know, and the other of which is
very cool (jeznick and hot honey magnet, respectively). i'll be in the
merchandise booth if you want to say hi. end plug.

sarah
spinsker@goucher.edu

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 08:58:34 -0400
reply-to:     catherine spinale <catherine.spinale@pmn.com>
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all this talk about the video makes me remember one
of my favorite scenes.

i liked the part where the girls are about to go onstage
and they both pretend to pick a fight with eachother.
i can't remember everything because it's been a really
long time since i saw it, but emily says something like
"i'm so sick of you, where are my drugs".  i love the
fact that they have such a great sense of humor with
eachother.

i have to watch it again to remember the rest of it.
does anyone else remember what happened?

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 09:24:19 -0600
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> 1)a passing thought: why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
> for peace tonight, and many of those i've seen for the tour/album in
> general?

well, sitting here looking at the pt promo cover, i think maybe it's because
amy ray is totally hot!!!

i mean, is she looking good, or what?

hello?

people?

(can i say that, given my gender?)

anyway, just a thought.

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 15:50:42 +0100
reply-to:     john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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hey y'all,

wow - all this talk about pride stickers has got me thinking about the
only (for now...) pride sticker i own. i got it in the boston bookshop
"we think the world of you", and stuck it on the front of my journal,
along with my pamela means sticker. it felt really great - like anybody
who saw the front cover of my journal (and just the front cover mind you
:) ) would know instantly i was gay, and that i was happy to show it...

sorry if this e-mail seems a little bit jumpy.... anyway, i had a really
great ig moment today. it was pouring it down with rain this afternoon,
and when i was walking in it down to the corner store, i thought that it
was just like the rain at the newport folk festival. right then, i was
reaching into the pocket of my jacket, and i felt the bottle opener -
that i had picked up from the mindspring stand at the festival...

last week i was clearing my room out - believe me, the charity person
was very happy to see me... - and as part of this, i'm getting rid of a
jewel cardboard standee - y'know, the sort of thing they use for
advertising in record stores. it's basically a huge picture of jewel,
like the photo on the cover of "spirit", and then the words jewel and
spirit at the bottom, then a bit of a pr blurb... anyway, i don't really
want to just throw it in the garbage, so i'm willing to send it to the
first person to e-mail with the answer to this question : what song, on
the first "lilith fair" cd, did the ig, sarah mclachlan, and jewel sing
together? oh c'mon, it's not that hard.....

and finally, with all apologies to the bnl......

"it's gonna be....
one week til the album comes out,
2 weeks til we get it in the uk
some people have heard peace tonight,
some say it stinks, some people say it's allright,
hopefully, they still like each other,
cause then we can all get on and love ig...."

(and if anybody wants to do the rest of the song, you're braver than i
am) - oh, and new sig file.......

john.
--
peter : "now honey, i've got a really good reason..."
brian : "oh man, these are always classic..."
(family guy)

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 11:58:01 edt
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funny you should mention it.  antonia's line is my absolute favorite movie.
  no doubt about it.  thanks for bringing it up, tim.


>from: havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
>reply-to: havanamoon <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: a film recommendation while waiting for cons....antonia's line
>date: tue, 21 sep 1999 22:39:34 -0400
>
>just wondered how many listees are familiar with this wonderful dutch film,
>which ranks among my all-time favorites.....
>
>tim
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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 12:08:29 -0400
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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subject:      nigc--beth orton
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hey all-

does anyone know anything about beth orton?  i'm pondering buying her
new(ish) cd.  whaddya all think?

chris ii

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date:         wed, 22 sep 1999 09:32:53 -0700
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--- justin shumaker <shuey@amarillonet.com> wrote:
> > 1)a passing thought: why is amy front and center
> in all of the promo pics
> > for peace tonight, and many of those i've seen for
> the tour/album in
> > general?
>
> well, sitting here looking at the pt promo cover, i
> think maybe it's because
> amy ray is totally hot!!!

i'll second that, of course.  but i also want to say
that it is nice for a change, to have amy up front.
it seems to me that emily has always been the one up
front - closer to the camera in pictures, the one who
does most of the talking in interviews, etc.  i
certainly have not seen all the pictures or heard all
the interviews, but with what i've seen and heard,
emily was always the more vocal and visible one (or
the one the media chose to give more attention).
wasn't there some talk on here a bit ago about how amy
seems to be more confident or more "available" these
days?  maybe there is some sort of connection.  of
course, i doubt amy said, "please, i want to take up
most of the frame so they can hardly see emily!"
looking forward to the rest of the new pics, lisa

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antonia's line is such a powerful film, and so beautifully
photographed.....lea and sarah and i watched it together a couple of weeks
ago, and it came to mind while i was writing yesterday's post concerning
sarah's pride display.

without music, and the friends i've made through music, i could see myself
becoming crooked finger....

peace,
tim

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>funny you should mention it.  antonia's line is my absolute favorite movie.
>  no doubt about it.  thanks for bringing it up, tim.

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hey chris!  (and others in indigo land).   hi!!

beth orton is great!!   at least i think so.  :-)  i have "central reservation"
and i play it a lot.  and i am getting "trailer park" as soon as i get paid.  i
like central reservation because the lyrics are trippy (i'm a closet
trance/techno junkie... shhhhh...) and they're somewhat deep, but not quite like
indigo girls.  it's something i play when i want warm and fuzzy sounds...
("sweetest decline" is good for this).  from what i've heard of trailer park,
it's darker, but i really like this woman's voice!!

but before you buy it, give it a taste test on the web, if you can. :-)

you can hear "stolen car" on realaudio here:
http://www.muzik.co.uk/microsites/bethorton/hear_single.htm

also check out this page for a listen to central reservation, and a descrip of
her.
http://thesyn.com/college/general/orton_notes.asp

and here's a page with some audio clips from trailer park:
http://www.ubl.com/listening.asp?artistid=14737&p_id=p+++167416


hope you enjoy beth as much as i do!!

with lots of wishes for beautiful melodies and intricate harmoines,

-- deb (loba)

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        reply to:   re>watershed

>that one bit where emily's pretending to shove a plastic knife down her
>throat, and someone offscreen is going, "don't do it, emily!  don't do it,
>emily!  oh, god!"  then em looks back up, all cute and stuff . . . one of
>those lighter moments that i love so much.

that's one of my favorite parts too, but for some reason, i always thought it was a pixy stick.  i don't know why...

that part, and the whole segment beginning with sara lee saying "when i first started working with the indigo girls, they didn't have much sense of style", especially when emily breaks her lipstick and says in a very southern voice "just like everything else i own--mashed up and messed up", and then later, it's all smeared on her lips when she says "i aim to please the girlies".  it cracks me up every time!

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hkf's,

so who's going to greenville?  and where is there a good place to meet
before the show that is near the peace center?  the website doesn't have a
directions page - but it says 300 south main street is the box office
address.  is that the address of the peace center?  so any suggestions?

thanks!
-mike

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in a message dated 9/22/99 7:21:52 am eastern daylight time,
jmek@earthlink.net writes:

> but then i thought about it and
>  decided that my lesbian pride was bigger then my fear of bigots.  so, the
>  stickers stay.  actually, i bought one more!

you rock!

i actually have a rainbow sticker that i wear on my name badge at work... (a
bookstore in miami.. well as of monday the music section of the bookstore-
woo-hoo!!)i haven't had any negative responses to it so far. an older gay
couple once commented that it was an unexpected to place to find one, though,
i've never really thought it wouldn't be appropriate. and once in a while
when i have a customer who's also gay it really does seem to have the same
effect it has when i see a rainbow flag- it's like an immediate sense of
comfort, i guess.  last night i had a great conversation with someone who was
looking for cds by gay choruses and later asked me if our store held any
gay/lesbian events- i guess the question is would he have felt as comfortable
doing so if he hadn't noticed my rainbow? hmm... anyway, the point is that i
also get a huge smile when i see someone else with the rainbow sticker on
their car.

peace,
rick
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in a message dated 9/22/99 12:12:31 pm eastern daylight time,
talbotc@umich.edu writes:

> does anyone know anything about beth orton?  i'm pondering buying her
>  new(ish) cd.  whaddya all think?

okay, my two cents... we had her album playing on the system at barnes &
noble for about a month and a half... i enjoyed it at first, but after
listening to it about twice a day, at work, i quickly decided that i couldn't
stand beth orton. she had to go away. it had to stop. after a few failed
attempts at sabotaging the sound system (inspired in part by the fact that
sarah brightman's "eden" played at least three times a day... and now i love
sarah- don't get me wrong. as part of my heritage as a gay man i'm bred to
find her work on broadway and her previous album, "dive" to be... well,
fabulous... but there's a certain point where it's all i could do not to
scream out "stop singing dust in the wind sarah!!!") they eventually took
beth (and much, much later, sarah) off the rotation.

then something strange happened. i found myself missing beth (not sarah). i
found myself singing the songs i'd been complaining about hearing zillions of
times over. i couldn't get her songs out of my mind. i would literally wake
up singing beth orton's tunes...

so, i bought the album. and i'm quite happy with it.

so, chris ii- my suggestion is buy the beth orton cd. but use it in
moderation.

and whatever you do. stay. away. from. sarah. brightman.

peace,
rick
now reading: being peace/thich nhat hanh + life outside/michelangelo
signorile +
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does anyone know if there is an opening act for portland?

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my gf and i just watched that movie (coincidentally) over the weekend
(me for the 2nd time) and it's so wonderful.
tim, try not to end up like crooked finger, please.  he was so smart and
wonderful, but so sad.
of course, i especially love daniella.
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hey there
it's funny you all are talking about beth orton...i had ordered some new cd's
and they just came yesterday. i have been listening to central reservations
over and over. my friend came up and she thought she sounded like concrete
blonde. beth is good live as well, saw her at lilith  fair in portland.  they
play her on the mountain here fairly often.  i don't think you wil be
disapointed if ya buy it.  another good cd i just got was liz phair
"whitechocolatespaceegg"

does anyone know anything about joy drop??  i purchased the cd "metasexual"
the other day.  they were here recently at end fest and i didn't get to
go...but as i was listening to "the end 107.7" later they said one of the
dj's was joking about making out in a hot tub with lead singer tara slone and
he had to prove that he was wrong because apparently tara is a lesbian.
anyhow not that it matters, and at the risk of sounding like i am gossiping.
i love the song  "beautiful" .  i have never heard of them before that. i was
just wondering how come her name hadn't come up with some of the other
artists who were known to be out. or maybe it had and i wasn't paying
attention.

take care
tena

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new dates on the official site...  here's the month of november as per the
official page:

11/01/99 phoenix az us union hall
11/02/99 claremont ca us bridges auditorium
11/04/99 los angeles ca us wiltern theatre
11/05/99 los angeles ca us wiltern theatre

later-
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in a message dated 99-09-22 12:00:49 edt, you write:

<< 1)a passing thought: why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
for peace tonight, and many of those i've seen for the tour/album in
general? >>

well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of the duo.

;)

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uh huh uh huh uh huh uh huh

(dizzy now from shaking her head too hard)

--- mmedido@aol.com wrote:
> in a message dated 99-09-22 12:00:49 edt, you write:
>
> << 1)a passing thought: why is amy front and center
> in all of the promo pics
>  for peace tonight, and many of those i've seen for
> the tour/album in
>  general? >>
>
> well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of
> the duo.
>
> ;)
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hey now!!!  emily's got it going on too!!  where are all the emily fans?
come on guys.  i mean, yeah, i love amy ... but emily's a babe too!!!  that
smile, those eyes ...


> >well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of the duo.<
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> amy ray is totally hot!!!

you sir, are a master of the obvious!  :)


elaine

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just wanted to say that i have been staying away from boots of
new stuff on purpose so the new tunes would be really fresh to me.

they have been playing a fair amount off of the new cd on kmtt
out here in seattle and i have to say that each time i hear the intro
to 'peace tonight' i instictively turn up the radio before realizing it
is an ig song.

heard 'cold beer'... and another saliers tune the other day and
did the same thing.

so far i have to say that i love the new sound !
it reminds me of the jump their music took w/ rop. they expand
on their strengths ( those delicious harmonies) and add to their overall
sound.
i think it's outstanding !!
love the horns...at the risk of succumbing to trendiness ... i  -really- love
the
resurgence of brass sections in recent musical offerings .
( insert a plug here for cibo matto - stereo type a - one of the best of 99
!!!)

yep  to me cons may just be their best work since rop.
:)
counting the days ....
:)
claire
nowplaying - kathleen battle "the bach album"

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ah, but crooked finger was tragically unaware of the blessings in his life,
which i am not....i have my dark moments, but overall my life today is the
best it's ever been.....this list has been an intricate part of a personal
healing process over the past two years, and i want to thank you all for
your wonderful contributions via your posts and all these marvelous tangents
which have nothing to do with the indigo girls as media commodities and
everything to do with the impact that they've had on all our lives....

anyone else see a parallel between danielle and amy?  or danielle's daughter
(theresa?) and emily?

peace,
tim

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>my gf and i just watched that movie (coincidentally) over the weekend
>(me for the 2nd time) and it's so wonderful.
>tim, try not to end up like crooked finger, please.  he was so smart and
>wonderful, but so sad.
>of course, i especially love daniella.
>nancy

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>does anyone know anything about beth orton? whaddya all think?

love it
covet
eat it with a spoon.

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>the lyrics are trippy and they're somewhat deep, but not quite like
>indigo girls.  it's something i play when i want warm and fuzzy sounds...

hey.  just a note.
if you like beth orton, or think you might,
you should also check out my lovely little cat power.
well, not mine, really.
but don't tell my id that.
http://www.matador.recs.com and then click on 'cat power' under the list of
bands.  chan marshall, the one-woman blur that is the band (one girl= a
band?  sure, why not) has a voice and sensibility rather similar to beth's.
plus she's from atlanta.  not that i'm trying to form conclusions in your
mind about atlantan musicians.  god no.

jill

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x:
>>why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
y:
>well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of the duo.
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date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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don't you people ever love someone for their *mind*?

oh emily.
sniffle.
don't listen to them.
you have the most beautiful brain.

hmph.
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alright kids...
sorry for the nigc but its time for all the baigls to get ready to go see
earin mckeown this weekend... for some, yes a little far, but a good show and
a good time...a nice way to wind down your weekend.... check her out.

september 26 fire and water northampton ma 9 pm 413.586.8336

ok..plugs over

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[snipped from the lezlee mailing list... ]

just sharing info again... and i am jealous of those who might be able
to make this show...  just don't forget to buy & listen to the new ig cd
before rushing off to the show!!!!

lisa d & tat... sorry, no way we can do the nashville show this time
around (the move, work, & all).  soon there will be something else for us all
        to  get together  for
heh heh (so a hidden ig ref there for those reading...)

okay, shutting up...
twink!

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tuesday, september 28th
7:30pm and 10:30pm sharp (40 minute sets)

opening for sonia - disappear fear

corner of west 4th and mercer (next to nyu)
$15 tickets
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i have two tickets for the davidson college show for sale.   the total for
both tickets is $53.00.  this is a general admission show.  the show is
saturday 10/2/99.  i will pay the postage to mail them.  email me if anyone
is interested.

thanks
sandy

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oh great....  are they just going to fly right over us midwesterners?
this is so unfair!

emily

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hi y'all,
i think the best part of the video is when amy and emily are talking about
taking risks expanding and experimenting their music style.  and emily
says "but it's not as risky as us doing a jazz album" or something and the
interviewer suggests a rap album.
amy - "yeah, that'd be really risky, just two white girls doing rap" :-)
i'd love to see that!

annie and i were also wondering if anyone knows who that adorable little
girl is that they toss around in the air, at the seac greenpeace concert?
:-) do you think she's a niece or just a lucky kid?

maddie

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speaking of peace tonight, does anybody else notice how much better and
clearer emily's voice in this song? did she take singing lessons or something?

for fans in chicago, i think i heard xrt radio station said they'll play a
couple of songs from cons tomorrow, for their weekly new release thursday
weekly feature.

waiting for ig to annouce their tour in midwest....

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jilly c wrote:

> x:
> >>why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
> y:
> >well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of the duo.
> z:
> don't you people ever love someone for their *mind*?
>
> oh emily.
> sniffle.
> don't listen to them.
> you have the most beautiful brain.
>
> hmph.
> *j
>

you know, it's just so funny that jilly wrote that.  just goes to show
that we really *are* two sides of the same person (yeah, the protestant
and the jewish side!)  cuz that's exactly what i was thinking...

only then i got to thinking that it's not cuz em's not good looking.
frankly, i don't think amy's any more or less attractive - objectively
(you know, on the "babe-o-meter") - than em.  i think she's more of a..
um.. cult figure (?) maybe cuz she exudes a much more tangible energy,
whereas emily's energy is held inside, much more internal.  and those of
us who love the challenge, the intangible, who love to peel people like
onions, see shimmers of the soul hiding behind a line of poetry - well,
maybe we're just naturally more interested in em.  amy's great.  she's
passionate, she's deep, she's a raging fire.  but give me the powerful
waves of the ocean anyday, the strength of the tide, and the quiet
dangerous depths.  give me em.
yeah.

michal

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you know, one of my favorite moments of the watershed moments is kinda
subtle, but it struck me. emily is working out a guitar solo for pushing
the needle too far (as i remember). amy is suggesting something that might
make it work better. then she goes into the recording booth and listens
intently. when they get to a certain part she nods an affirmation - "that
was good" etc... it isn't a big thing, but something about the way she does
that... well, i'm sure it isn't any big thing to emily after all these
years, but if i were playing the guitar and amy did that i'm afraid my
heart would pound a little faster...
-s.

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i totally agree amy is totally hot and sexy (even i'm a straight girl), but
that corn field shot is, imho, a lousy shot. they really don't have that many
good promo shots. plus i think amy always look better in person than in
photos.

dreaming of being ig's photographer....

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one of my favorite parts (that hasn't already been told) is at the very
beginning when amy is sitting on the ground with her scattered stuff...she's
saying something that you don't hear. i wish i could see all their home
videos that they talk about later on...

and, how would one go about usubscribing from the list? my sister can't
handle all the mail:)

pax, celeste

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hmmmmmm.  that's funy that everyone is saying  amy  is always in
front......i always
see her at the right in pictures.  who knows?
maybe i'm wrong....come to think of it three out of the five newspaper
clippings, i have on my walls amy is on the right.  which pictures are
you  all looking at besides the new cd promo?


take care,

barb

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. . . she's a babe.  she's a mega babe.  she's babe-a-licious.  if she
were a president, she'd be babraham lincoln.

words of wisdom from garth & wayne

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ha ha, stupid sam, i meant to plague the whole freakin' list with the
following ramblings but instead only plagued michael. sorry. so anyways, some
of us crazy listees (well, 2 i guess) found out about the claremont concert on
sunday but were good about not telling and now here it is for all to see. how
exciting that the girls will be coming to our colleges. i emailed rose and
asked her if she could be the opening act here and in l.a. and she said she
asked her manager to look into it. cool beans.
-sam (who needs a big juicy bug to feed to her venus fly trp)

michael cunningham wrote:
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> new dates on the official site...  here's the month of november as per the
> official page:
>
> 11/01/99 phoenix az us union hall
> 11/02/99 claremont ca us bridges auditorium
> 11/04/99 los angeles ca us wiltern theatre
> 11/05/99 los angeles ca us wiltern theatre
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hey kind friends and intimate strangers,

i didn't catch the world cafe broadcast during the day because of work
yesterday, so i set my alarm clock to go off at 1 a.m. (the radio alarm, not
the buzzing sound), and i woke up toward the end of "peace tonight". hearing
amy and emily's voices singing woke up my subconscious!

that happened to me one other time when i requested john mellencamp's "jack
and diane" on a san francisco radio station (~103 or 101 on the fm dial) in
december 1993.

then, today, while i was driving out of the parking garage, these two
deejays were talking about the songs just played on wxpn--the last two being
duets/collaborations, and then, the transcription went something like this:

woman: "speaking of collaborations, the indigo girls have a new album coming
out soon.  what--they have been playing together since high school? you know
more about them than i do..."

man: "yes they have.  it is amazing to me that amy ray and emily saliers
have stayed together for all these years."  he went on to talk about their
songwriting ability, and how they have a great relationship with each other.

w: "yes, and usually, with other bands, if they have two strong
personalities, the band usually doesn't last.  but the indigo girls--both
have their distinct personalities, and you can really hear it in their
songs...and immediately recognize their different styles--that's an amy
song, that's an emily song..." [for me, it was an "awwww" moment.] "and they
have worked so well together for so long."

w: "the name of their new album is "come on now social", whatever that
means", [i had to chuckle on that one because we all know where that is from
(for the newbies, a song that amy wrote that is not on the album--"the boys
just laugh")] "and this is another song from their cd by emily called 'soon
be to nothing'.

then, i was absolutely thrilled to hear this song, very polished and
well-produced (definitely studiowork a la rop).  especially since i had
first heard it on the 9:30 club boot (8/98) when the song wasn't finished
yet.  the shout of "we appreciate it anyway!!" still echoes in my mind.
hmmm, i beamed all the way home.

the background vocals are just gorgeous, whoever's voices were chiming in
with amy's.  i am still wondering what that song means.

can't wait until the lyrics analysis begins next week,
diane

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i sent this a few hours ago but i don't think it went through... i got a
message from mailer-daemon (how's that for igc?) stating that my message
couldn't be delivered to "anna hidalgo (mailbox or conference is
full.)"  i addressed it to jilly and the list - anyone know who anna
hidalgo is?

anyhow - take two....
(how d'you like them ellipses, hmm?!)

jilly c wrote:

> x:
> >>why is amy front and center in all of the promo pics
> y:
> >well, i would say because she's the babe magnet of the duo.
> z:
> don't you people ever love someone for their *mind*?
>
> oh emily.
> sniffle.
> don't listen to them.
> you have the most beautiful brain.
>
> hmph.
> *j
>

you know, it's just so funny that jilly wrote that.  just goes to show
that we really *are* two sides of the same person (yeah, the protestant
and the jewish side!)  cuz that's exactly what i was thinking...

only then i got to thinking that it's not cuz em's not good looking.
frankly, i don't think amy's any more or less attractive - objectively
(you know, on the "babe-o-meter") - than em.  i think she's more of a..
um.. cult figure (?) maybe cuz she exudes a much more tangible energy,
whereas emily's energy is held inside, much more internal.  and those of

us who love the challenge, the intangible, who love to peel people like
onions, see shimmers of the soul hiding behind a line of poetry - well,
maybe we're just naturally more interested in em.  amy's great.  she's
passionate, she's deep, she's a raging fire.  but give me the powerful
waves of the ocean anyday, the strength of the tide, and the quiet
dangerous depths.  give me em.
yeah.

michal

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i am at the evergreen state college and the beneficial part of this school or one thing is that it is liberal and people of the same sex can make references of loving each other without a big deal being made.  same as people can walk around holding hands and no problem.  nice and peaceful. at the same times people will openly offer u drugs.  take the good with the bad

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ok, i'm seriously thinking about coming to austin for
both shows if i can get tickets. does anybody out there
expect to have an extra ticket for one or both nights or
have any idea at all on what the ticket situation is like
for austin?
i'll be coming from colorado, so i'd like to see both
shows. traveling to see a concert would be a first for me
- guess i'm officially a fan, eh?

cheers, all,
kristen

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>>that's one of my favorite parts too, but for some reason, i always
>>thought it was a pixy stick.  i don't know why...

because it *is* a pixy stick.

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i'm sure you guys know this already, but if you go to www.launch.com, you
can hear the song "peace tonight" which is their first single.

peace and pride,
- jen mek

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this is a tiny little part, but i love when they show amy sitting on the
ground going through her bag and her stuff is all over the place.  she
looks so cute when she looks up at the camera.

erica

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two nashville tickets for friday, section 102, ninth row, seats 24 and =
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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 00:03:15 edt
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hkf's,

two more days!!!  just a reminder that there will be a pre-show gathering
friday at the courtyard cafe, 867 bell rd. in antioch, starting at 4:00 p.m.
cdt til around 6:30 p.m.  (show starts at 7:30)  if you're in the
neighborhood, please stop by!  we are going to try to snag some tables out on
the patio on the left side of the restaurant, so look for us there first.
the courtyard cafe serves pizza, italian, seafood, etc.

at the show, i will be sitting in section 101, row h, seats 8 and 9, so if
you're around there, come say "hi!"  i will probably have on khaki shorts, a
black daemon records shirt and an overshirt (gonna be chilly friday night).

after the show - and of course, i will need time to get home <g> - i am
hosting a little gathering at my apartment to jam, chat, eat, etc.  if anyone
has a mandolin or banjo, that would be cool! :o)   if anyone is interested in
coming to this gathering, e-mail me and i will give you directions and a map,
or come find me at the show.

hope to meet many kfs friday! :o)

joan :-d

directions to coutyard cafe - 867 bell road
i-24 exit 59 - bell road - left at light
follow bell rd. approx 3 traffic lights and turn left at the light next to
o'charley's.
courtyard cafe is in the shopping center to your right - there is a just for
feet next door, and a tgi friday's nearby.
map to courtyard cafe:
http://www.expediamaps.com/default.asp?c=36.05323095477356,-86.644743793385&a=
90&ox=0&oy=0&p=36.05323095477356,-86.644743793385,1,867+bell+rd


directions to first american music center - 3839 murfreesboro rd.
i-24 exit 62 - old hickory blvd. - turn left (or right, if coming from
chattanooga)
follow old hickory blvd. for approx. 2 miles
you can turn right into the famc side entrance, or go on up to murfreesboro
road (traffic light) and turn right and enter famc from the front.
map to first american music center:
http://www.expediamaps.com/default.asp?c=36.03590120703061,-86.59932763268215&
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according to the star tickets website, the shows aren't sold out...
all the seated tickets, are, though - they'd sold out by like 11am the =
day tix went on sale (starting at 10)
but it's a pretty small venue, so if folks would like tix, you should =
probably get 'em while they're still available.

i'll be there (with bells on), but, since i'm a poor college student =
livin' in the dorms and have no car, there ain' much i can offer by way =
of hospitality...

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hey does anyone have tabs for lifeblood?

~shalmalee

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on wed, 22 sep 1999, sabrina d. parker wrote:

> hey now!!!  emily's got it going on too!!  where are all the emily fans?
> come on guys.  i mean, yeah, i love amy ... but emily's a babe too!!!  that
> smile, those eyes ...

let's put it this way.  amy ray can go out there and tear up a song and
make me so weak i'd have to peel myself up out of the carpet fibers.

but let emily saliers so much as sing one note in my direction, and i'd
crawl over broken glass to sweat in her shadow.  of course amy's just
*wow*, but i'd still choose emily!

hey, come to think of it, that's the same way it is for . . .
well.  i think it's just a blonde thing with me . . .

        battle on,
        shanie
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hello all.
does anyone have 1 dc ticket for sale?
if so please e-mail me.
thanks!!
alv

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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 08:28:03 -0400
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hkf's,

here's two dates i spotted on the pollstar site...  no on sale info for
these shows yet...

11/14/99 eugene or hult center for perf. arts
11/17/99 logan ut spectrum arena

got ig?

mcunningham5@earthlink.net
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 05:31:41 -0700
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i loved the poetic form that michal's email took. it
was beautiful.  however, i do so identify with the
struggles that amy writes about. she touches my soul.
also we fems always seem to love those brouding
butches....cant help it, must be the mothering
instinct that draws us to those who express their pain
as amy does...however, emily, oh my, when i need to be
reminded that love is not always something that deals
with pain and anger, i can always turn to her songs
for inspiration and positive reinforcment.  when i
write i listen to ig, and it seems that when i am
working on a piece about love and the exploration of
new boundaries, it is emily that helps me along with
it, and when i am working on something political, dark
and soul searching it is amy whom i draw from.  oh
well just my two cents worth....

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beccie lyon

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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 05:46:50 -0700
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hkfs,

  in the summer of 1997 i heard that the indigo girls
would be doing a meet and greet at borders books in
chicago.  of course my friends and i all planned on
piling into a car and going.  as the big day arrived i
started feeling ill but decided without much of a
thought that i had to go.  so we took the 2 hour drive
to chicago and got at borders when they opened the
doors at 8 am.  ig wasnt signing until 5.  we were the
first ones there.  the lady in charge of the whole
thing was sooo sweet to us. as we sat in line she
brought us coffee and doughnuts and promised us promo
posters when the event was over (the double sided ig
poster).  skip ahead 8 1/2 hours.  indigo girls arrive
and they tell us no pictures and only one object
signed.  well i brought a couple of friends who just
wanted to meet the girls and not get anything signed
(?) so they got my stuff signed.  anyhow. as the girls
arrive i look at my friend, and you have to know, this
was my first time meeting them and i was dying of
excitement, i half-shouted, half-screamed "oh my god
amy is so butch". and my friends start laughing really
hard and one said "turn around" amy was like 5 feet
away from me.  i looked like an idiot. i was
embarrased but went up to the table anyhow. amy takes
one look at me and says "so you think i am butch hey?"
i could have died. emily busted out laughing and says
"her? butch?"and starts laughing. i couldnt say
anything i was in shock and embarrased.  amy saw right
through that and said "don't worry honey its not that
bad" i died twice that day.  i laughed and said " i
love you guys. thanks so much for all you have done".
they signed my stuff and i started to walk away and
amy says "bye butchie". that was that. although i make
it sound like it took 2 hours it was really like 2
minutes. that was my embarrasing encounter with the
girls. sorry i was long-winded.
nikki

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i have to echo diane's praises of soon be to nothing - ya'll know i hate how
this album is produced, yet this song still shines, even though the lyrics
are depressing.  good song to cry to.


        >>>absolutely thrilled to hear this song, very polished and
> well-produced (definitely studiowork a la rop).  especially since i had
> first heard it on the 9:30 club boot (8/98) when the song wasn't finished
> yet.  the shout of "we appreciate it anyway!!" still echoes in my mind.
> hmmm, i beamed all the way home.
>
> the background vocals are just gorgeous, whoever's voices were chiming in
> with amy's.  i am still wondering what that song means.
>
>

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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 06:38:49 -0700
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does anyone know if there is a way to contact anyone
to find out future tour dates?  i want to see the fall
tour but i need to make arrangements to travel if the
girls arent coming to the midwest at all.
although...there is utah and thats getting closer....

nikki

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ah. lifeblood. excuse the prior note. utah in november :-d
could colorado be far behind? oh i hope not.
kc

nikki wrote:

> does anyone know if there is a way to contact anyone
> to find out future tour dates?  i want to see the fall
> tour but i need to make arrangements to travel if the
> girls arent coming to the midwest at all.
> although...there is utah and thats getting closer....
>
> nikki
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much props to the girls for bringing some damn culture to logan utah. it is
about time that they came back so i wouldn't have to travel too far.

michael cunningham wrote:

> hkf's,
>
> here's two dates i spotted on the pollstar site...  no on sale info for
> these shows yet...
>
> 11/14/99 eugene or hult center for perf. arts
> 11/17/99 logan ut spectrum arena
>
> 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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sorry guys!  i'm still an internet newbie,  i
goofed on the address.  so  here below is the original mesage.

peace ,

barb
ps  jus skip all the jcomputer jibberish.


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does anyone ever go over to the official ig site,
and to their  bulletin board service.  i've been over there quite
frequently,  and we get  some
rollicking discussins over there, even after  they set  up a totally new
board.

it could get kind of rough  at times  but they weeded those peope out so
far.

i  think emily's the more personable of the two
to meet.  i met  both the girls  at sst  l998
outside first avenue in mpls mn .  i  talked to them as they came out to
their buss,  i shook hands with amy ,  and told her  "i've been trying
to tell you  both for so long,  that  i really love
the work you are doing here..  i support almost everyhing you do. "  she
date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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smiled, and said,

"thank you .  that  means a lot to me>"   then
15 minutes later emily walked out.  we shook
hands, i  told her the exact same thing,  she
smiled, said "ah thanks,"  and  i gave her a hug.

amy's statement that  the support meant a lot
meant even more to me ,  a week later,  when
it came out in the  glbt community that  the
girls  were banned  from three high schools in the south  because of
their orientation,that
spring

as far as the politics and the  raw-raw-let's go-
get 'em  music  go , and the outspokeness goes
i'm an amy girl............but  otherwise   i'm an
emily girl.     she  seems  like  a   sweet ,
and sincere person.

peace tonight,

barb


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anyone else going to be at this show?
any plans for list gatherings?

:)
anna
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michal:

i'm getting the same exact message from ana hildago, but my
messages still get posted.  i have no idea what that is.

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"lane, tara e." wrote:

> you mean greenville?

uh.  yeah.
forgive me - i live in virginia and i didn't have the ticket info type stuff in
front of me.  there *is* a greensboro down there somewhere, isn't there?

anna
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if anyone wants to join us, my gf, mike c., and myself will most likely grab
a brewski or a few after the show.  find me, i'll be the short-haired chick
in row n, seat 37 with a cream, navy print "intimate strangers" list shirt
on.  i'll hang out there after the show so we can hook up and figure out
where to go.  :)

-tara

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i spoke to the person at bridges auditorium.  the word is:  on-sale to
the general public october 4th, through their boxoffice or ticketmaster.
on-sale earlier to students and it is reserved seating.  as she said "so
if know someone at pomona college, get them to get tickets for you..."

the claremont main phone number is 909-621-8000, and ask to be
transferred to the bridges auditorium # for directions.  there isn't any
recorded info about ig yet - there is a number at the end to talk to a
person, which is what i used.  don't everyone inundate her or they'll
learn not to make that number public.

if anyone knows when they go on sale to students, and how to get them,
please post the info.

alison

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hey y'all...

ok - in the words of "aliens" - just remember, short sharp bursts.......

1. darius wei (aka hicktruckdriver), the lucky lucky person, won the
jewel cardboard standee... in case you're wondering, the song on which
jewel, sarah m and the ig collaborated was "the water is wide".....

2. the uk listmeet location and date are now set - we're gonna meet at
bristol temple meads railway station, on the 9th of october - i'll
figure out a time to meet this weekend... suggestions are welcome....

3. oh - and all you guys talking about watershed has reminded me that i
really need to watch it again - not that i need an excuse *g*......

(and i can still hear my communication studies teacher telling me that i
shouldn't use lists when writing.......)

john.

(oh, and j - about the elipses, sue me!!!!!!! ;) )
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on thu, 23 sep 1999, michael cunningham wrote:

> hkf's,
>
> here's two dates i spotted on the pollstar site...  no on sale info for
> these shows yet...
>
> 11/14/99 eugene or hult center for perf. arts
> 11/17/99 logan ut spectrum arena
>
> got ig?

gee whiz, there's nothing like getting all our collective northwestern
hopes up by moving farther and farther north throughout november and then
shooting back down south again. tho, i suppose whoever said it was right.
let's be unselfish, perhaps logan, ut could use the culture more than
seattle or say, missoula (just to throw a random place out there).

it's only been a month, i guess i can wait a little longer to see them
again.

amy m.

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upon examining the indigo tour page, i discover that i am *not* going to the
greenville show, but rather the raleigh (nc) show.

uh.  so, if anyone from the list is going there, let me know.

*blush*
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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 14:48:57 -0400
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i was sitting here at work, listening to a wonderful ig song and kind of
absent mindedly thought, "hmmm, which song is this?"  it was ghost.
although it is not one that would immediately come to mind if someone asked
me what my favorite ig song was, i though "this is one of my favorites!"
then, i came to the realization that whatever ig song that i am currently
listening to is my favorite one (with the exception of just a few songs,
like touch me fall - sorry for you amy fans)!!!

anxiously looking forward to the new stuff...

scott
a+i=ig

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> i was sitting here at work, listening to a wonderful ig song and kind of
> absent mindedly thought, "hmmm, which song is this?"  it was ghost.
> although it is not one that would immediately come to mind if someone
> asked me what my favorite ig song was, i though "this is one of my
> favorites!"  then, i came to the realization that whatever ig song that i
> am currently listening to is my favorite one (with the exception of just a
> few songs, like touch me fall - sorry for you amy fans)!!!
>
> anxiously looking forward to the new stuff...
>
> scott
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>
>
>

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hkf's,

more dates up on the official site (thanks bonster!).  the month of november
as per the official site now says:

11/01/99 phoenix az us  union hall
11/02/99 claremont ca us  bridges auditorium
11/04/99 los angeles ca us  wiltern theatre
11/05/99 los angeles ca us  wiltern theatre
11/06/99 san francisco ca us  berkeley community theatre
11/08/99 san francisco ca us  the warfield
11/10/99 portland or us  theater of the clouds
11/16/99 boise id us  bank of america center
11/17/99 salt lake city ut us  university of utah
11/19/99 denver co us  fillmore auditorium
11/20/99 denver co us  fillmore auditorium

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  dear kf, i live in birmingham and was wondering if anyone knew how long it
took to get to nashville, or specifically to the venue for the concert.  the
show starts at 7:30, and my gf just found out that she had a mandatory
seminar she has to go to at 3:00 in birmingham until who knows what time.
so, i'm stressed over this shit!  also, does anyone know if the girls are
going to have an opening act and about how long that would be!  please help!
thanks,
misty, (who's about to ditch the gf and take the best friend who can leave
anytime friday!

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woohoo!! they're coming to san fransisco, and i am one happy girl!!!!
can anyone who knows anything about tix for either bay area show, please
help!!

cindy

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my girlfriend loves indigo girls so i decided to add the indigo girls list
to all my other mailing lists that i'm on so i can keep her updated with
info about them. i am starting a cd-r collection of live shows(mainly jam
bands) but i would love to surprise her with a cd-r of an indigo girls
show. they are her fav group and i would love to see the smile on her face
if she got a copy of a live show. if anyone out there can help me with a
b&p, i'd appreciate it! :)

                        thanks and peace,
                     ~*krusty the clown*~

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sorry for the nigc.  i am looking for 2 tix for the oct. 6 ani show at the
9:30 club in dc.


thanks!
ana

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yo yo yo folksters.
fyi fyi fyi.
just a coupla cd release shindigs
you oughta drop everything and run to
and do the thing you do.

and does anyone else notice
how the wily freckled one's line breaking
looks curiously like, oh,
mine?
mmm hmmm.

i jest, i jest.
stay tuned for more late-breaking polenzani press.

*j

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one quick change from rose polenzani

september 23rd already. not bad.

some things that stay the same but start making you sweat.

that is a change.

cd release party for łanybody˛
at club passim, cambridge, ma.
friday, september 24th at 8pm
tomorrow (today?). 47 palmer st. http://www.clubpassim.com
the hilarious chris parsley opens and will have you
dancing in your underpants.
tickets are $12...please come and help me to support this new record!

bring your friends to keep you company while you laugh
and then while you do the other thing you do.


cd release party for łanybody˛
at the iron horse music hall, northampton, ma.
thursday, sept 29th, 7pm.
20 center st.
meghan toohey opens
(she plays electric guitar and stomps on electric boxes)
buy your tickets in advance! call 1-800-the-tick.
have delicious vegetarian food at bela
just one block away before the show.

and that very morning iąm on wwuh-hartford 91.3 fm with ed mckeon,
8am live with my guitar and very cracked out early voce vita.


and with my eyes closed.

iąm zipped down and squirmed

and my eyes on the road are evasive and sticking

to my cheeks like snapping purses.

i am one busy woman.

donąt let me forget

to bite my tongue

sometimes.

love you to

your fan

rose


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... and i swear that only one, two, maybe three listees, and they have to be
uk ones at that, will get this...

so i heard that the indigo girls have sold out and are going to do a tie-in
advertisement campaign loosly in conjunction with their new single:

it's called let's make squeazy cheesy peas tonight.

*drum roll*
*crash*

british humour... gotta love it...

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okay, i only feel a little dumb since you already knew i wouldn't get it ...
can you explain it to the colonists?

> -----original message-----
> from: neil [smtp:neily@netreach.net]
> sent: thursday, september 23, 1999 3:52 pm
> to:   indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject:      some news i may have dreamt...
>
> ... and i swear that only one, two, maybe three listees, and they have to
> be
> uk ones at that, will get this...
>
> so i heard that the indigo girls have sold out and are going to do a
> tie-in
> advertisement campaign loosly in conjunction with their new single:
>
> it's called let's make squeazy cheesy peas tonight.
>
> *drum roll*
> *crash*
>
> british humour... gotta love it...
>
> @}--,--'---
>
> abi's page!!! http://www.netreach.net/~andineil/abi/abi.html
> this week, neil 'as been mostly behind in email because:
> road trip to michigan!
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>date:    wed, 22 sep 1999 18:43:13 pdt
>from:    diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
>subject: ig moments on the radio
>
>w: "the name of their new album is "come on now social", whatever that
>means", [i had to chuckle on that one because we all know where that is from
>(for the newbies, a song that amy wrote that is not on the album--"the boys
>just laugh")]

but i *still* don't know what it *means*!  truly, i think it's a silly
title, non-fans will never remember it...  but then, sots wasn't exactly
the most accessible title! :-)  [ig trivia for newbies:  the original title
of sots was simply "map," but there didn't end up being as much of a
nomadic theme when "chiapas bound" and "leeds" didn't make the cut, so they
changed it.]

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<< dear kf, i live in birmingham and was wondering if anyone knew how long it
took to get to nashville, or specifically to the venue for the concert.

hey misty and fellow listees,  nashville is about 177 miles from birmingham,
so it takes a little under 3 hours.  first american music center, however, is
about 15 miles or so southeast of downtown nashville, off of i-24 exit 62
(old hickory blvd.)

<<also, does anyone know if the girls are
going to have an opening act

that would be stereo popsicle.  never heard 'em before, though

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re:  the pre-show list gathering -- i was driving in the hickory hollow area
today and found that the traffic light next to o'charley's (and thus, the
courtyard cafe) is actually the fourth traffic light after you take the bell
road exit off of i-24.  i think i previously speculated that it was the third
light.  also, o'charley's is partially obscured by big trees, but it is on
the left side of the road at the light, so just be looking for it.

hope to meet many kind friends tomorrow! :o)

peace!

joan :-d

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hey, nashville's opener is stereo popsicle.  they are a very cool atlanta band that shouldn't be missed.  they aren't signed to daemon or anything - ig just recognize their awesome talent.  also, emily sings backup on one of their album songs, so i suppose they will do that one for us.  some other ig openers are ph balance and three finger cowboy.  these groups aren't to be missed either.  i will say that i have been to a few ig shows where the opener was highly disappointing, but on this tour, look out!  i highly recommend being there for the openers on this tour - don't wait around just for the ig show or many of you will miss out on some amazing southern homegrown talent.  :)

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hey all,
i'm sitting in this deadly dull cube at work and it just
turned into a great day.

they're coming to denver - the fillmore auditorium, nov
19 and 20.

is that the new du auditorium? any other colorado folks
out there?

happy thursday all,
kc

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hello everyone!

i've decided to take this opportunity to come out of the land of lurkdom to
give my 2 cents on come on now social.  thanks to the kindness of my friend
who happens to work for a record label, i've had cons in my possession for
exactly 48 hours now.  after listening to it in its entirety 5 times already,
all i could say is........

great, great cd!!!

below, i'll try to break down the cd - song by song.....

1)  "go" - if you like the no boundaries version, you'll love this.....it's a
little more polished than the live version.

2)  "soon be to nothing" - pretty emily song. one of the few ballads on the
album. weird, eh?

3)  "gone again" - am i going crazy???!!!! this song is written by amy and
actually has a wonderful pop sensibility to it.  very bouncy and optimistic
sounding tune. the song even ends with some whistling!!!!!  sheryl crow sound
great in background vocals!

4)  "trouble" - emily song.....again, am i going crazy!!!!?????  she sheds
her soft, angelic voice to sound rough and tough in this great, high-energy
song. imho, the best song on the cd and really should have been the single
instead of peace tonight.

5)  "sister" - amy........ah, back to the amy we all know and love.....dark
song w/great lyrics........

6)  "peace tonight" - emily......a little too buble-gummy for me....probably
will be a big radio hit though.....the girls bring in a horn section for this
track.

7)  "ozilline" - amy........perfect song to be listening to while on a
train.......banjo galore!  gives me the same feeling as liz phair's baby got
going.......also, this song has shades of "mountain music" (so play meeeeeee
some mountain music. like grandma and grandpa.....).........i like this much,
much, better though...........

8)  "we are together" - emily - really love this song.....harmonies between
emily, amy, and sheryl crow are incredible.  kate schellenbach is on this
track which make me very happy!!!!!

9)  "cold beer and remote control" - emily - another great song.... and,
again, sheryl crow sounds great....actually, this song can actually be a
sheryl crow sound. that's how radio friendly this song sounds.

10) "compromise" amy - ig rock out!!!! this takes me back to the early 90's
because it sounds "pearl jammy".......like it......

11) "andy" - emily - quiet, sleepy, pretty emily song..

12) "faye tucker" amy - incredible song....very haunting and
powerful...natacha atlas is not to be believed.....great touch!!!

about 1 minute after the end of faye tucker, 2 hidden tracks. a short version
of "sister" and a new emily song.....  don't miss these gems.......

in closing, i just can't believe how well produced these songs are.....sots,
i believe, lacked in this department. the songs on sots didn't seem to reach
their full potential.  they were either underproduced of
overproduced......remember, sots was ig's 1st attempt at producing their own
record.  on cons, they, along with john reynolds were dead on!!!!

thanks for reading

brian

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hey y'all--
  i am not on the big list any more, i only get important announcements and
such...but i just had to share my great joy today when i went past the
record store and saw the sign:

rose polenzani
tues. sept 28th
women's center
6 bucks!!!!

holy cow.  not only that, but the rumour is that rose is going to be doing
a master's tea here as well, which means she'll be giving a talk/dialogue
session!!!  i am so psyched!!

lauren

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hey everyone! ok, this is my attempt at acquiring new reading material
without actually going to the library ;)  i really like reading poetry,
especially poetry by people who aren't published... i don't know, i just find
it enjoyable to read stuff that people  like me have written... it's kind of
inspiring.  so... are there any poets out there who want to send me some of
their material?  you can email it to me, or if you have like a zine or
literary magazine or something like that, i'd be totally interested.  in
return, you'll get the satisfaction of having some random person reading your
poetry, and i'll send you some of mine :-)  i know this is horribly nigc, and
i'm really really sorry, i just couldn't resist because i know many of you
are probably poets\writers\songwriters.
    right now i'm trying to work up the courage to go to barnes and noble to
pick up a girlfriends magazine... this is my high school life. i'm so scared
some mean ignorant person who i go to school with will see me.  ah... the
life of the semi-closeted.
love,
em

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i am so sorry about that jen... i hope i get it right
this time- ah, the woes of too many email addresses!
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
hey y'all,
i am so gosh-durn excited that the girls are playing
withing walking distance from me! i hear pomona
students get first dibs... i think i'll get someone
from pomona to buy tix for me & my grrl so i can get
good seats. she'll be living with me then... i can't
wait... i miss her sooo much.
ok.
i've gotten quite a few requests for the lyrics to my
song, so i figured i'd send it here.
peace,
arjuna

*mariana*

  papa came home loud as a siren's wail
  he showed me his badge & he showed me his gun
  he told me to put my hands up against the wall
  i said i only spread like this for olga
  but it didn't get past my lips
  before he split them open
  and now it would hurt too much to kiss at all

  preacher tells me silence is a virtue
  olga told me virtue is a sin
  now i'm told i've done something illegal
  & jesus wants me to come & lie with him

  i remember nights i spent with olga
  palm to palm in holy palmer's kiss
  sometimes, sometimes we'd call it praying
  but i know church never felt like this
  she would whisper, voice soft as a little lamb
  (mariana had a little lamb)
  those times, i felt i finally
  understood what god was saying

  preacher tells me silence is a virtue
  olga told me virtue is a sin
  papa tells me to turn my cheek to jesus
  then when i die i can go & be with him

  but i don't want to go to heaven
  from what they say, it can't be bliss
  to spend eternity dancing in olga's arms
  there's no heaven could compare to this

  in the marketplace there's honeysuckle
  growing on a fence
  i pick a blossom & try for something sweet
  i should have known even nectar
  would taste bitter here
  i glance up & the whole town's on its feet
  olga's seen me & her cry was like gabriel's horn
  i want to answer but my tongue is broken with fear

  preacher tells me silence is a virtue
  olga taught me sometimes virtue is a sin
  maybe it's just that jesus is lonely
  & now he wants someone to suffer for him

  oh, god
  oh, god
  olga
  olga

  (c) arjuna greist 1999

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heya.
can i possibly explain
how i am flying along this girl's plane?
i wish i could tell you
how strongly i believe in what she's doing.
do you?
join me.
go.  watch.  listen.  support.

take note of the 9/24 passim and 9/29 northampton shows,
where you can see an up-and-close show
(for those audience interaction smitties like me)
before seeing her launch into the stratosphere that is
opening for the indigo girls.

the bliss, the fizz, the foam.

because i don't send nearly enough long forwards to you all,
i will ----------begin poetic forwarded message here-----------

from santa barbara, ca comes a rose polenzani newsletter
full of eucalyptus and wrapped in a red scarf.

if anybody can,
then i can.

my new album is out. (i know you know it, but this is formal). the name of
this album is anybody, taken from track #8 (i'm avoiding apostrophes) and
anybody's stars, anybody's whore. it is my first release on daemon records,
the indie label amy ray of the indigo girls has been running out of atlanta
for some sweet time.  (visit their site at http://www.daemonrecords.com).
"anybody is deep and vibrant and brimming with artistic sincerity. polenzani
clearly loves and lives for her music, and while for most artists this
translates as irritating-as-hell, there's something fresh and underdoggish
about polenzani that makes her instantly likeable. for anybody, polenzani
and daemon suprema/indigo girl amy ray skimmed the cream from several years
of home and studio recordings; some are mournful, others joyous, but all are
clever and erudite."
--gz, splendid ezine

i am so honored to have the indigo girls singing harmony on or, and rykodisc
recording artist andrew bird's playing his sinewy violin on molly's lily and
abalin. if you've never heard my four-track demos, this is a great
opportunity to snag my favorite one, a very early rendition of look no
hands, done in 1995, when i was just barely still in college. please check
out more reviews of this baby at:
http://www.rosepolenzani.com/curiouscity/library/articles.asp

i just want to say to everyone that i am really happy i did this album. i
think it far better represents me and where i come from creatively than
dragersville did, and also has more photos! (jeff krueger, the artist who
did the drawings on dragersville, is the photographer). now i can really
move on into the bliss, the fizz, the foam.

did i tell you i live by the ocean, now?

.......................................................................
a massive touring effort /and i'm not kidding buddy/ is being put forth in
support of this new release. big cd release parties are happening in boston
and northampton, among other fine cities, and need your ears and eyes and
tongues,  and all your friends' as well! anybody is being celebrated in all
of these following ways:

please print this out for heaven's sake.

fri, 9/24/99  boston, ma. radio spot!
wers 88.9 fm, 8:30-9:00am

fri, 9/24/99  cambridge, ma
tower records in-store performance at 5pm!
95 mt. auburn st. (617) 876-3377

fri, 9/24/99  cambridge, ma
club passim cd release party
w/the hilarious chris parsley opening at 8pm!
don't miss this show, you will love the naked chris.
47 palmer ave (617) 492-5300
reserve your tickets now, this show may sell out! (617) 492-7679  $12
http://www.clubpassim.com

sat, 9/25/99  wellesley, ma
molly's pub at wellesley college, chris parsley opens at 9pm.
106 central ave (781) 283-3414

tues, 9/28/99  new haven, ct.
yale university women's center
198 elm st (203) 752-1391
i will give a short talk on songwriting with meghan toohey at 4pm
meghan and i will follow up with a concert at 8pm.
6$ for townies. be proud.

wed, 9/29  northampton, ma
iron horse cd release party
w/ beth amsel opening at 7pm
i hope beth will come and sing with me. (show may sell out!!!!)
please call for tickets in advance, and bring all your friends for this one!
20 center st. (413) 586.2632
tickets: 1-800-the-tick  $8 advance/$10 at the door

and more in october..........................................
10/1 gettysburg college, pa. w/erin mckeown, 10pm
10/2 philadelphia, pa. opening for richard shindell at the tin angel
10/3 alexandria, va. ollsons books in-store performance, 3pm.10/3/99
10/3 arlington, va. iota w/ erin mckeown 8:30pm
10/4 upper darby, pa. opening for the indigo girls at the tower theater! 8pm
10/7 syracuse, ny. opening for the indigo girls at the landmark theater!
10/12 new york city. opening for the indigo girls at the beacon theater! 8pm
10/15 decatur, ga. opening for beth wood at eddie's attic!
10/16 decatur, ga. opening for michelle malone at eddie's attic!
10/22 lansing, mi. solo show at msu common grounds coffeehouse, 8pm.

keep checking the website, http://www.rosepolenzani.com/concerts for updates
and further information!

if you can't get to any of these shows to pick up the new album, then buy it
over the web at http://www.daemonrecords.com or send a check for $15 to
daemon records, po box 1207, decatur, ga 30031.

........................that being said.......................

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

take me to the lake
i want sand in my shoes
and water running over me
to wash all bad things...
take.
you take me instead
to   your   bed.
oh, your grave was so much more beautiful!
with your head sideways,
with your sister
falling off the building,
you said you loved me.

all of this and more
http://www.rosepolenzani.com
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there is one part of watershed which always makes me
cry...
i tend to get emotional at southland in the springtime
anyway, i'm not sure why, i'm not a southerner or
anything. i think it's just the love of where you're from
that does it. but anyway there is a scene of them recording
part of it and emily is singing by herself before amy comes
in, and the look on amy's face just does it to me every
time, it looks to me like she is getting emotional too.
anybody else have a perspective on that part of the video?
shannon

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hello,
     just a little info...stereo popsicle is a group that used to be social
insanity...the band that played "superstar" on the ig/atlanta artists version
of jesus christ superstar.  i think they are/used to be in madonna's band and
toni braxton.
anyway, they are really good.  i love the jcs stuff.  take care,  jodie

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hi all,
i'm absolutely thrilled that ig will be in
sf/berkeley, and in such wonderful venues... but does
anyone know when tickets are available, and where i
might find them?
thanks!

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hkfs,
i thought it would be fun for a bunch of us (or few???) to get together on
tuesday and listen to the new cd, so i'm hosting the (un)official ig
listening party at my casa.  please come.  i'll have some munchies, but no
dinner.  either eat first or bring something.  (i don't get paid 'til the
first!) anyway, here's the details:
date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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date: tues., sept 28th (duh)
time: cd will start promptly at 7:30 so folks can be home early; come at 7
if you want to chat for 1/2 an hr.
place: 1297 pennsylvania ave.  (this is in columbus--victorian village,
just south of osu campus.  to get there from high st. & campus, go south on
high, turn right at 5th, take 5th to pennsylvania, which is 1 blk past neil
(5th parallels neil), and turn right on pennsylvania.  our house is almost
immediately on your left w/purple flower boxes.  call w/question 299-0125.
rsvps would be nice, so i have some sense of who to expect.

see you there.
lisa t.
ps c'mon now, don, it's not that far of a drive...

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seriously, it's only life afterall."--emily saliers

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date:         thu, 23 sep 1999 21:57:24 -0700
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hi,

anyone interested in getting together before the ig concert in phoenix on
11/1?  e-mail me privately.

vivo de milagro

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someone told me tonight that tickets for the second la show at the wiltern go
on sale this sunday. i asked if she knew what time and she said she didn't. so
does someone know if it'll be 10am or 1pm or some other time? i'm not even
sure if i'll go yet, but i'd like to know my options. oh, and about the
claremont show, my ex was in a meeting today where they talked about it and
folks were saying it's the 3rd and marcy said no it's the 2nd so now we're
unsure about the date. just thought i'd throw some confusion into your lives.
aren't i kind?
-sam (who lost a chunk of her toe at pomona today)

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date:         fri, 24 sep 1999 08:37:26 -0400
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subject:      re: album titles

oops!  when i said "chiapas bound" and "leeds" didn't make the cut on sots, i meant "chiapas bound" and "winthrop"!

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date:         fri, 24 sep 1999 09:04:55 -0400
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hkf's,

updated my site with everything that we know about as of friday, 9/24,
8:30am est!  but, there are a ton of on sale info missing so please keep
those eyes & ears open & those browsers a-searchin'!
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html

thanks everybody & since i have a date with saliers & ray this weekend,
please post all updates to the list & do not send them directly to me.

thanks!

just wanted to let you know that last night's show in chattanooga was
amazing!!!  some of the songs were so quiet you could hear yourself breathe!
and sometimes the backing vocals were so perfectly blended in, you couldn't
even hear them at all!!!  it's amazing what the power of saliers and ray can
do to a place...  ahhhh...

;-)
hehe

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anyone going to the phoenix show?  maybe we can get together before the
show?  e-mail privately.  thanks.

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delurking to glow about the berkeley & sf shows!
they'll probably be bass, so i'd keep an eye out at
http://www.basstickets.com for tickets...though
there's still nothing there.

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hey y'all,

"sabrina d. parker" wrote:

> okay, i only feel a little dumb since you already knew i wouldn't get it ...
> can you explain it to the colonists?
>
> > it's called let's make squeazy cheesy peas tonight.
> >
> > *drum roll*
> > *crash*
> >
> > british humour... gotta love it...

ok, i can see a tiny bit of explanation is in order.....

it all comes from a british comedy show called "the fast show" - i don't
know
whether they show in the usa or not. the humour is very surreal - sort
of like
monty python (in other words, it's very hard to explain unless you've
actually
watched the show...)

the joke is because they have an occasional part of the show which is
supposed
to be an advert for something called "cheesy peas" --- "if you like
peas, and
you like cheese, then you'll love... cheesey peas" - it's probably based
on the
fact that if you advertise anything heavily enough, no matter how
disgusting,
people will actually eat it.

sorry to be so vague, and i hope that helps, but i don't watch the show
that
much - in fact i don't even really like it that much...

john.
--
peter : "now honey, i've got a really good reason..."
brian : "oh man, these are always classic..."
(family guy)

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> the joke is because they have an occasional part of the show which is
> supposed
> to be an advert for something called "cheesy peas" --- "if you like
> peas, and
> you like cheese, then you'll love... cheesey peas" - it's probably based
> on the
> fact that if you advertise anything heavily enough, no matter how
> disgusting,
> people will actually eat it.

hehehe...this caught my attention because it actually sounds pretty good!
ya know... broccoli with cheese sauce, cauliflower with cheese sauce ... and
cheesy peas!

hmmm, to get some ig content in here, i will add a comment about the
watershed video.  i like the part where amy is jumping into the convertible
because i've been in that particular parking lot and can go, "oooh!  i've
been there!"

someone mentioned the part where amy and emily are playing pool and amy
messes up on the math about broken guitar strings... what i liked about that
part was that amy wasn't looking too good that day.  i was glad to see that
even babe magnets ;-) when without professional lighting, make-up people,
etc. don't look so hot some of the time!

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>from the ticketmaster onsale web page :


                              wiltern theatre in los
                              angeles
                              event date: 11/5/1999
                              ticket sales begin
                              9/26/1999 at 1:00 pm
                              prices: $37.50-$30.00


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hi everyone!!  this is my first time posting!!  i've been on the list
awhile but just sitting quitely in the corner reading what everyone else is
writing and i must say it's been quite enjoyable.  but, i had to step out
of the corner and share my absolute fantastic ig news!!  i just got 5th row
seats to see the girls in eugene, or.!! according to the ticket rep they're
great seats and she said "it's real close, you'll be able to see them sweat
and maybe even catch a bead or two" so, can't wait!!  these are much better
than the seats i have for the portland show!! woohoo!!  ok, back to my
corner now!!  oh, happy indigo day!!

peace,
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i got this off cdnow this morning....cheers, l'sly


the spitfire tour lines up high
profile speakers for spoken word
trek

sep 24, 1999, 8:20 am pt

the spitfire tour, a travelling spoken word rally of sorts co-created by
rage against the machine's zack de la rocha and previewed at woodstock '99
(allstar, july 16), has begun to firm up more artists,
actors, and activists for its fall tour.

                     everclear's art alexakis,
                     actress rosie perez,
                     and ex-jane
                     addiction/porno for
                     pyros frontman perry
                     farrell have signed
                     onto the growing list of
                     people who feel that
                     have something
                     worthwhile to say to
                     the masses. in addition
                     to this list, several speakers who waxed poetic
                     at woodstock '99 have committed to selected
                     dates of the fall tour, including x's exene
                     cervenka, ex-dead kennedys frontman jello
                     biafra, ex-nirvana/current sweet 75 bassist
                     krist novoselic, spearhead's michael franti,
                     and designer kenneth cole. bad religion's greg
                     graffin will also speak his mind on the tour.

                                        the lineup for each
                                        specific date of the
                                        tour will vary and will
                                        include several
                                        as-yet-unannounced
                                        guests and last-minute
                                        special additions
                                        (expect around five
                                        speakers per date).
                                        the tour will launch in
                                        mid-october and carry
                     on through the latter side of november. no
                     venues or dates have been confirmed at press
                     time, but cities already sealed in for the first
                     leg include cedar falls, iowa; springfield, mo.;
                     los angeles; eugene, ore.; portland, ore.;
                     seattle; san francisco; santa barbara, calif.;
                     san diego, calif.; phoenix, ariz.; denver; salt
                     lake city; boise, idaho; spokane, wash.; and
                     new york city. official dates and individual
                     line-ups are expected shortly.
                                                 -- kevin raub

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for all you intimate strangers...my friend is trying to sell two tickets to
the lowell, ma show on oct. 6...  they're section floor left, row 42 seat 1
and 2, and the price is $33.50 each.  if anyone wants either or both of
these, please e-mail me.  thanks--have a good weekend, y'all (it's beautiful
here in mass. today!).
with much caffeination,
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hkf's,

sorry for the delay - i'm slacking in my old age.  on sale now!  go go go!
someone recently got 5th row - so click away.

11/14/99 eugene, or hult center for perf. arts
on sale 9/24, 10am 37.50, 31.50, 27.00
silva hall   8:00pm

a+e=ig

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oooppsss the phone number is 541-682-5000

plus the website for the hult center is here:
http://www.ci.eugene.or.us/hult/events.htm

a+e=ig

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hkf's,

just updated my site:
http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html

with the following on sale info:

11/01/99 phoenix, az union hall
on sale: 9/25 - 12:00pm  (800)638-4253

11/02/99 claremont, ca bridges auditorium
on sale: 10/4 (909)621-8000 (local #)

11/05/99 los angeles, ca wiltern theater
on sale: 9/26 - 1:00pm  (213)480-3232 (local tm)

11/14/99 eugene, or hult center for perf. arts - silva hall
on sale: 9/24 - 10:00am  (541)682-5000 (local #)

11/16/99 boise, id bank of america centre
on sale: ? - (208)331-3497 (local #)

a+e=ig

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just got my 9th row tickets for eugene!!!!!!!!  thanks to mr. cunningham for
the up-to-the-minute info!

anna
(doing little dances in her living room)


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>date: fri, 24 sep 1999 14:04:35 -0400
>
>hkf's,
>
>sorry for the delay - i'm slacking in my old age.  on sale now!  go go go!
>someone recently got 5th row - so click away.
>
>11/14/99 eugene, or hult center for perf. arts
>on sale 9/24, 10am 37.50, 31.50, 27.00
>silva hall   8:00pm
>
>a+e=ig
>
>mcunningham5@earthlink.net
>http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
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yeeeeehaaaa!!!  woooooohooooo!!!!

ok - deep breath, swig of a beer & a toke on a clove & i'll be ok.

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hi list,
     i just called and got section 200 row i towards the left side.  anything
on the right is much further away and dead center is somewhere in between.
just found out otherwise i would have missed a few minutes of one of my
classes to call and order tickets.  thanks for the news.  i wish i had a life
and time to check such things.  well, i will see you there whoever is going.
     any eugene residents or people close by, it would be nice if you emailed
me privately and let me know things like directions, where to park, and
answer whatever questions i can think of.
     anyone driving to the eugene concert from the portland, or area who has
room for two more let me know.  we will have to return on sunday night since
both of us have school on monday morning.
yahoo!!
thanks y'all
:-)
                  kim

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yet another attempt to rouse the faithful into action!

:o)

well folks, it's _still_ not too late to add your contribution to our =
very own list indigo girls tribute album, also known as "indicated iv - =
shaming of the songs".

yup, there's still time to record your rendition or an indigo girls' =
song or two (or three). you know you want to - the more the merrier.=20

even if you can't sing or play (like me) you can:
a) find a friend who does and do a duet
b) sing acapella
c) do a dramatic, poetic recitation
d) fake it (like me)
e) offer to design the cover art
f) be otherwise creative

songs that i actually have in my hands so far:
hand me downs - andi
three hits - me=20
half moon cafe - me
closer to fine - ?

songs that are promised or at least are possibilities:

the deadline is 1 noveber!!! get recording and a-mailing folks, it won't =
be the same without you...

hand me downs - greg
pushing the needle too far - arunja
?? - jilly c
?? - amy c sanders
?? - indi and cheri
watershed, strange fire, you and me of the 10,000 wars - erika
least complicated, reunion - carrie
welcome me - barbara
shame on you, blood and fire - tara
mystery - shannon and bethany

if someone's already taken your song don't worry, do it anyway 'cause:
a) theirs may never make it to me (although i sincerely hope it does)
b) i make the rules and i say two versions of the same song can go on =
:o)

email me for details :o)

yer bestest friend

neil
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this week, neil 'as been mostly been listening to:
isaac hayes "greatest hit singles"; indigo girls "come on now social"; =
elvis "suspicious minds".
song o' the week "the late great johnny ace" - paul simon

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<div>yet another attempt to rouse the faithful into action!</div>
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<div>:o)</div>
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<div>even if you can't sing or play (like me) you can:</div>
<div>a) find a friend who does and do a duet</div>
<div>b) sing acapella</div>
<div>c) do a dramatic, poetic recitation</div>
<div>d) fake it (like me)</div>
<div>e) offer to design the cover art</div>
<div>f) be otherwise creative</div>
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<div>songs that i actually have in my hands so far:</div>
<div>hand me downs - andi</div>
<div>three hits - me </div>
<div>half moon cafe - me</div>
<div>closer to fine - ?</div>
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<div>the deadline is 1 noveber!!! get recording and a-mailing =
folks, it=20
won't be the same without you...</div>
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<div>hand me downs - greg</div>
<div>pushing the needle too far - arunja</div>
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<div>?? - indi and cheri</div>
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<div>least complicated, reunion - carrie</div>
<div>welcome me - barbara</div>
<div>shame on you, blood and fire - tara</div>
<div>mystery - shannon and bethany</div>
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<div>if someone's already taken your song don't worry, do it anyway=20
'cause:</div>
<div>a) theirs may never make it to me (although i sincerely hope it =
does)</div>
<div>b) i make the rules and i say two versions of the same song can go =
on=20
:o)</div>
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<div>email me for details :o)</div>
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<div>yer bestest friend</div>
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<div>neil</div>
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well, i knew if i listened with dedication i would hear peace tonight!

i'm on my own street, after a 40 minute drive home from work, listening to
sweet rose polenzani fill my car with beauty, when i pull up at my house,
turn off rose (grrrrrrr!  i hate to turn off that cd!!!), lower the radio so
it doesn't blast my ear drums, reach over to turn the key and shut off the
car
when..........................................................................
..........................................................
what do i hear?  a sweet voice only our dear emily could possess.  i finally
heard it!  granted, it was only like the last 40 seconds or so but it has
made my weekend already :):):)  yippie!!!
  i was honestly a little concerned about em because her voice was sounding
really tired and strained and amy was starting to sound better on the high
notes than emily was.  but she sounded wonderful!  absolutely beautiful!!  it
flowed like honey!!!  beautiful emily!  way to go!!!!
eagerly awaiting the release!!!!!
carrie

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hey there,
yikes on the venue - i've never been there but i did kind
of wonder when i heard that it's designed for standing
audiences(according to their message). hmmm.

any idea when tickets go on sale. there was no info on
their info line.

gotta say, though, i'm just elated they're coming. i
really am.

cheers and thanks for telling me about the place. will
try to go prepared.

kristen (or kc... depending...)


>
>kc,
>
>nice of you to share your enthusiasm....
>
>the filmore auditorium used to be the monmouth auditorium.  just
east of
>downtown.  it's on the corner of 14th and filmore i think.
>
>ig played their last denver concert at the old monmouth (before they
renamed
>it) in december of 1997.
>
>for what it's worth, i'm very disappointed ig is going back there.
they
>allow smoking, they have horrible ventiliation.  security was pathetic.
a
>girl got crushed against the rail during the show and had to be taken
to the
>hospital.  people were passing out from heat.  thankfully, ig noticed
what
>was happening and asked security to pass out free water to the fans.
>
>l'sly
>
>
>
>------------------------------
>
>date:    thu, 23 sep 1999 19:07:08 +0000
>from:    kz123@att.net
>subject: denver! they just added denver
>
>hey all,
>i'm sitting in this deadly dull cube at work and it just
>turned into a great day.
>
>they're coming to denver - the fillmore auditorium, nov
>19 and 20.
>
>is that the new du auditorium? any other colorado folks
>out there?
>
>happy thursday all,
>kc
>
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--- michael cunningham, the tour date god, wrote:

> 11/17/99 salt lake city ut us  university of utah

and lori, who remembered thinking the girls would be
in aggie country on that day, checked the pollstar
site which said:
11/17/99 logan, ut spectrum arena

has this show been moved?  or are they going to be
playing in two cities at once?  not that i'll be in
utah, but my curious mind must know.  and if they're
playing in salt lake, i can email my former prof and
order her to go.

on a related note, here's a little "you know you're
obsessed with the indigo girls when..."
--you get an email from an aer@domainname.whatever and
immeadiately think, amy ray just sent me an email!
then you read it and realize it's just from your
english prof.  (hey, her gf's name is amy too!)

ok, it's been a long week.

lori ann

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>delurking to glow about the berkeley & sf shows!
>they'll probably be bass, so i'd keep an eye out at
>http://www.basstickets.com for tickets...though
>there's still nothing there.

i called bass, and they said they get updates wednesday through friday.  i also tried calling the venues, but we all know how impossible it is to speak to a human being at those places.  has anyone been to the berkeley community theatre?  i'm curious about what it's like (like if there's a pit or if it's all seating, etc.).  apparently the entrance is via the berkeley high campus.  interesting, but it seats 3491 people.
all i can say is i'm so happy they're coming here, and i frickin' can't wait!
ok, i got that off my chest, now i have to try to relax and be patient until tickets go on sale.  :)

leslie
p.s. 4 more days!

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me too! i shouldn't have spent the money, but i couldn't help it!!! =)
so now i have 2nd row portland, and 9th eugene... yay!!!!!

shannon

anna banana wrote:
>
> just got my 9th row tickets for eugene!!!!!!!!  thanks to mr. cunningham for
> the up-to-the-minute info!
>
> anna
> (doing little dances in her living room)
>
> >from: michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
> >reply-to: michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
> >to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> >subject: eugene
> >date: fri, 24 sep 1999 14:04:35 -0400
> >
> >hkf's,
> >
> >sorry for the delay - i'm slacking in my old age.  on sale now!  go go go!
> >someone recently got 5th row - so click away.
> >
> >11/14/99 eugene, or hult center for perf. arts
> >on sale 9/24, 10am 37.50, 31.50, 27.00
> >silva hall   8:00pm
> >
> >a+e=ig
> >
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> >http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
> >"i thank the lord, for the people i have found..."
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>  in a message dated 9/24/99 3:10:05 pm pst, lholeman@mail.geron.com writes:
>
>  >  has anyone been to the berkeley community theatre?  i'm curious about
> what
>  > it's like (like if there's a pit or if it's all seating, etc.).
> apparently
>  > the entrance is via the berkeley high campus.  interesting, but it seats
>  3491
>  > people.
>
>  i've been there (for 4 voices- ig and mcc and joan!) .  as i recall, it's
>  very much a theater, rather  than a concert hall.  nice seats, though.
when
>
>  i was there before, our seats were on the side on the orchestra level, and
>  the view was great.  it's a pretty good venue, since the weatehr is too
>  unpredictable for the greek at this time of year.  but when do tickets go
on
>
>  sale???
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>  alison
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in a message dated 9/24/99 3:10:05 pm pst, lholeman@mail.geron.com writes:

>  has anyone been to the berkeley community theatre?  i'm curious about what
> it's like (like if there's a pit or if it's all seating, etc.).  apparently
> the entrance is via the berkeley high campus.  interesting, but it seats
3491
> people.

i've been there (for 4 voices- ig and mcc and joan!) .  as i recall, it's
very much a theater, rather  than a concert hall.  nice seats, though.  when
i was there before, our seats were on the side on the orchestra level, and
the view was great.  it's a pretty good venue, since the weatehr is too
unpredictable for the greek at this time of year.  but when do tickets go on
sale???

alison

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a week or two ago some folks were suggesting a herman's hermits song for an
ig cover. well i have another idea that's along those lines (sort of).

ok this is goofy, but whatever... maybe i shouldn't be working in the lab
on friday nights. while i'm working i'm listening to a local radio show
because they were playing acoustic music. in the middle of it all of a
sudden they played the partridge family, i think i love you. well?! amy
said her first album ever was by the partridge family. i may be all alone
on this, but i would laugh my ass off if they ever sang this song (emily
singing the little perky back-up lines). and you know amy would dance. i
guess it wouldn't fit in a regular concert, but if i were ever to see them
in a smallish group where there could be a bit of joking around (and beer
drinking), i'd love that. i swear amy learned some of her vocal phrasing
from david cassidy...

-sue

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:o)

getting the odd early copy of an album being one of the perks of =
supporting independant record stores (the folks who work there get to =
know your tastes...)

the cd inlay has this link:
www.indigogirlsdirect.com

there's not much there at the mo, but i'd not heard of it before so i =
thought i'd pass along and all...

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date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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date:         fri, 24 sep 1999 22:33:35 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <barbinmn@webtv.net>
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i think most people who have all the major albums by the girls,  (u.s.
releases that is)
would notice that we haven't seen their faces
(unless it's for promotion,)  on the front cover
in along time.  i ask, "what have they and/or
those they work with got against letting fans,
see their faces?"

peace tonight

barb

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date:         fri, 24 sep 1999 22:54:56 -0500
reply-to:     justin shumaker <shuey@amarillonet.com>
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what with the song "cold beer and remote control" being on the new album,
and what with the fact that i just noticed a sad, empty shiner bottle
sticking out of my trash can, a couple of thoughts struck me:

1. isn't it odd and totally cool that literate, poetic emily is giving us a
song about beer and tv?  i haven't heard it yet, but i assume it's not an
*ironic* take on these subjects, but rather a sincere tribute.  am i right
or wrong, people who have heard it?

2. all you folks who have spotted emily in public and/or remember every
article ever written about the girls...have either of them ever mentioned
what beer they like?  i ask this because i'd unabashedly go out and buy a
case if i knew emily and/or amy liked it.  really.  i'm that much of an
indigo girls slut.

this is the oddest post i've ever posted...

love: justin

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 01:45:47 edt
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we're coming at you live from the after-show gathering!!!!!

first of all, amy and emily were so chatty and pleased to be playing for us
tonight!  they chatted a lot, and confessed they were very nervous,
especially since they were playing with a new band.  actually, it was the
same lineup as lilith, except for the new drummer, whose last name is
cunningham.  he was very funky!

the sound was great, the girls were happy and said they were just gonna have
fun tonight, the moon was full...and they sang ghost!!! ahhhhh!!!!  fashion
report:  amy wore those pale blue leather pants and the shirt she wore on the
pay per view special (ugh!); emily had on these cool blue camoflauge plants,
white tee-shirt and black overshirt.

the setlist (a couple of songs may be out of order):

go
cold beer and remote control
chickenman (no soc, but still cool!)
power of two (they let us sing more than the usual parts:)
shame on you
soon to be nothing
land of canaan
chiapas bound (a surprise!!!)
peace tonight
shed your skin
ghost (aaahhhhhh)
oh, ozilene
gone again
trouble
fay tucker
galileo

encore:
kid fears (we sang the michael stipe parts)
midnight train to georgia (w/stereo popsicle)
closer to fine

i must note that amy and emily asked us if we thought they should learn a new
song to close the show with.  they took a vote and the audience
overwhelmingly voted to keep closer to fine, so they obliged us.  they did it
with no guests, though.  we sang the third verse!  a little bird told me that
someone booted the show and that they boot turned out really well.  that
little bird will sing when it's time to organize a boot tree. :o)

earlier, emily came out and sang on one of stereo popsicle's songs.  s.p.
rocked.  they were tight, funky and had fun.  i was so impressed with them.
i'm sure i have forgotten something, so i'm going to turn the floor over to
the one and only beccie lyon....

ola chickas and guys, beccie here.

well, first of all i want to say that my seat was awesome. 3rd row center
right in frount of amy!!!!! oh my god!!!!  and while amy was singing chiapas
bound everyone around me sat down but i stood there spell bound sing every
word eyes locked with amy's and she smiled at me!!!!!!!!! no darlins i aint
exagerating. after wards she said that she was glad to see us doing what we
felt and not paying attention to what everyone else was doing!!!!!!!!  can
you tell i am just so excited!!!! well, the guards let us into the space
between the stage and the first w\row, actually helped people over the
seats...and there we were up to the stage singing and dancing. and loving
every minute of it....now i am turning it over to the lovely freida!!!
        thank you beccie, i am feeling very lovely after this incredible
show....i really only have one thing to say....damn!!!!!!!  i was totally
blown away by go and i haven't found my feet again yet.
nancy:  i just have to say that this has been by far teh best concert i have
been to.  i sent a package backstage to the girls that included one of my
stories and a photograph collage cover.  i hope they actually got it.
anyway, the audience participation was excellent!!!!  i think a&e enjoyed it
more than performing.  we were "excellent singers".  we even did michael
stipe's part in kid fears like pros.  this is one event that i will treasure
forever.

and so we leave you now to continue basking in the afterglow of this
wonderfully warm, fuzzy concert.  we're jamming with guitars, egg and
tambourine to thin line as i type. :o)

peace!!!

joan :-d

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 12:22:39 +0100
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hiya folks,

i was channel-hopping last night when i saw a face (or rather a bald head)
that i recognised. 'hey, that looks like gail ann dorsey...wait, that *is*
gail ann dorsey!' and indeed it was she, appearing on top of the pops from
liverpool, playing bass on david bowie's new single. i was impressed with
how high profile she is in the band, right there at the front of the stage
with bowie, and getting in a lot of camera shots (which made a pleasant
change from shots of the man himself with his dodgy new 'hairstyle'!).
anyway, it was nice to see her on this side of the pond again. shame the
song's so dull ;-)

if any of the uk listees missed it and want to see it, totp is repeated
tonight (or rather sunday morning) on bbc1 at 1.15am (it's a vcr job then!).
i suggest you turn off after seeing gad though, unless you want to hear tom
jones murdering a talking heads song!!

ttfn,

jen mcq

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 10:44:30 -0400
reply-to:     chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
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i saw amy drinking a budweiser at the hte concert in park city, ut....  if
that halps....

chris ii

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 11:09:14 -0400
reply-to:     deb reiser <dreiser@smith-gardner.com>
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hi gang -- longtime no chat! i resigned myself to lurker status for about
the last year, but with the new cd on its way, and a show coming close to
my home, i'm starting to wake up again.

anyway, i'm hoping someone out their can provide me some info about the
hard rock in orlando. i got tix this morning, but i've never been there and
the seating diagrams mean diddley to me.

i by-passed the general admission tix and went for one of the tables (got
right table c, seats 1-4). please don't call me a sellout for that! #1) i
am getting old. and #2) my last couple of ig concerts experiences just
_cannot_ be topped. so, i feel it's now time to relax and take a seat :)

of course i'm now sitting here wondering just how good my seats are. so if
any one out there has a clue, i would appreciate any info you might have.

thanks much!

deb
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moondust@gate.net

ps to mr flamer: in order to get a table, i had to buy four tickets. if you
happen to be heading to fl that weekend, it's yours :)

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 10:00:48 pdt
reply-to:     melanie m <melanie33@hotmail.com>
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hi everyone :) last week i got to see michelle malone play live for the
first time..she was awesome! plus, the night was extra good coz when i
arrived she was sitting out the front of the pub, on the sidewalk, writing
out her setlist! she asked my friend and i what we wanted her to play.. and
we sat and chatted to her for a while. she's absolutely lovely.. very
friendly person :) she's so cool.. then when she sang, wow.. she's
wonderful.

also.. this week i put up a bunch of my pics from the indie film "chasing
indigo" if anyone wants to check them out..

http://www.geocities.com/heartland/estates/9656

as far as i know, things are going well with editing at the moment.. i'm not
sure when it's coming out though.. i think there's still a lot of work to be
done..

cya later,

melanie :)


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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 13:50:03 edt
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i thought amy's first album was elton john?!?!?
i dunno...i don't have it written...so i could be wrong.  i think emily'sa
first was jackson 5, right?
carol

***amy
said her first album ever was by the partridge family.****

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 13:54:48 edt
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i must say, cold beer and remote control would have made a splendid single.
not only the fact that the lyrics are on a higher level than peace tonight
(but not too high for many radio listeners), but it's such an easy song to
relate to.  emily sings about the living in the common world, with common
problems, common solutions.. cold beer!  yay!  i think this song better
reflects the style of the indigo girls, well, the acoustic version anyways.
i havent heard the album version yet.  anyways, happy saturday!
~trooper
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time after time..." ~emily saliers

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 11:15:57 pdt
reply-to:     karen murphy <murphyslaw77@netscape.net>
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anyone miss me?  =0)
well, i just got back from beautiful southern connecticut, where the air is
fresh and the sky gets really dark at night and you can see the paint splatter
of stars.... i was in ma for most of the week for my grandmother's wake and
funeral (bad, but nice to see my family) and then i went home to ct for 2 days
and now im back in siren-wailing dc where im scared to walk down the street.
but hey, the girls will be here on the 8th to protect me!! ha!
well, i'd like to thank everyone who sent messages expressing condolences,
etc. you were all so nice and supportive and your kindness amazed me. so many
of you said "well, karen, you dont know me, really, but...." and then you
proceeded to pour out these beutiful sentiments... it made my day. thank you
all so much for your thoughts and prayers...
anyway, i am back and ready to post, so you'll have to put up with me!!!
3 more days!!!!!! i dont know what i'd do if i had to wait any longer... my
life has been in such a chaotic state for such a long time... i need to feel
grounded, and cons will surely help me feel like i belong to something
again.....  hope you're all having great weekends....
-k

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 11:21:30 pdt
reply-to:     karen murphy <murphyslaw77@netscape.net>
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susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu> wrote:
a week or two ago some folks were suggesting a herman's hermits song for an
ig cover. well i have another idea that's along those lines (sort of).


"the partridge family, i think i love you."

this has had me laughing all day. i whole-heartedly agree!!!!!

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 14:17:57 -0400
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we need a new closer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
change is good.


>i must note that amy and emily asked us if we thought they should learn a new
>song to close the show with.  they took a vote and the audience
>overwhelmingly voted to keep closer to fine, so they obliged us.

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catherine spinale <catherine.spinale@pmn.com> wrote:
all this talk about the video makes me remember one
of my favorite scenes.

hey, just thought i'd put in my delayed $.02:
one of my favorite parts... makes me smile every time, is during the galileo
video when amy and emily are lip syncing and a puts her arm around e right
before she screws up her lyrics.... so cute......
-k

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 12:58:01 -0700
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hello dear ig friends!

i bet 99% of you had no clue i was even away from the
list for most of the summer.  well, as you can see, i
am back to the world of the interne.  after the
newport weekend, i went to lilith in chicago then to
see my boyfriend in in. just as i was getting ready to
come home, i found out a close family friend had
passed away.  so i went home to my parents for a week.
then i was home in new york for like a week, during
which time my home pc died and i worked 7 days in a
row.  then off to calif for a week in the sun (missing
the bad storms in ny) and now, i am home!  long
summer!

so the best thing happened, i was away when the news
of ig shows came across the list.  well my great ig
friend carrie got me the most amazing ticket to one of
the ig shows in nyc!  this will make 18 for me!
woohoo!  i can't beleive how many great ig friends i
have.  at newport and spac as well as waterloo, i put
faces to so many email addys!  getting to see tim and
jill face to face was a huge thrill!

so enough from me!  i am sorry to clog up your email!

if you need me form now on, send all emails to me care
of yahoo.  i dont have easy access to aol right now,
so i have set up new addys on yahoo.

btw, if kris is reading this, please email me about
next week... we seem to have messed up on the yearwood
thing.  oops!

enough for now!

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date:         sat, 25 sep 1999 16:56:51 -0400
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2 tickets section 3, row e, seats 6 & 7.
that's 5th row left of the stage.

btw, whose going to be at the raleigh concert tomorrow?

scott

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in a message dated 99-09-25 15:50:44 edt, indigobabs_list@yahoo.com writes:

<< so the best thing happened, i was away when the news
of ig shows came across the list.  well my great ig
friend carrie got me the most amazing ticket to one of
the ig shows in nyc!  >>


hehe!!  yup, that would be this little ig girlie :)  yup, the one right here!
teehee <giggle>

rose show in nyc!!!!!!  this coming thursday, the 30th, at the living room,
on the corner of stanton and allen in the village.  she goes on at 11.  don't
be late!!  let me know if any of y'all are going and i'll look for ya.

go rose,go rose, it's your birthday...... well, ok not really but it was just
melissa ferrick's birthday :)  so happy belated birthday to her, that 29 year
old goddess of the 6 string :)

anyway...i rambled again.

best ig weekend to all!
carrie

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hey folks,

forwarded from the newsgroup...

-sherlyn

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date: thu, 23 sep 1999 22:41:08 gmt

hi!
today we've  added a second page in sophie's gallery of never-before-
seen indigo girls photos on our website.  there are especially some
great amy photos!  also, i've tried to make some improvements to help
it load faster, but please let me know if you have any problems with
the site.

so, just in time for the week-end, and to get ready for the new cd
(yeah!!!!), click over to our site and enjoy the view! (and listen
to 'peace tonight' while you're there!)
darlene
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before you buy.

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hey folks,

this was posted to the newsgroup...

-sherlyn

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date: thu, 23 sep 1999 19:13:42 +0100

ig latest album
out 4th oct. can't wait

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love the moment when emily is watching the little bubble go floating down by her microphone.
not gonna argue ":hottie status". they're both such remarkably talented women, however i would
like to point out that emily has devastating cheekbones.

kc (a fan of great faces, strawberry, chocolate, vanilla and then some)

karen murphy wrote:

> catherine spinale <catherine.spinale@pmn.com> wrote:
> all this talk about the video makes me remember one
> of my favorite scenes.
>
> hey, just thought i'd put in my delayed $.02:
> one of my favorite parts... makes me smile every time, is during the galileo
> video when amy and emily are lip syncing and a puts her arm around e right
> before she screws up her lyrics.... so cute......
> -k
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hi, everyone!

i just wanted to say that it was really nice meeting all of you last night,
altho i regret to say that i do not remember all of your names!  i wish that
lisa, dana, and i could have stayed longer.  please write me and tell me what
we missed after we left!  :)  i saw some new faces and one familiar face with
the woman from murfreesboro? that wrote the article in the paper that i sat
by for the environment show featuring the ig at the variety playhouse this
past april.  :)  it was so good to see you again!  i knew i recognized you
when i saw you at the amphitheater!  so, it was good to see you at the
listmeet and have a chance to remember it was from the variety playhouse.

i wish that i could have a listmeet at my house after the birmingham show
since some of you are also coming to that, but i live about 35 or 40 miles
south and that'd be way out of the way.  but maybe we could all meet before
the show at a local restaurant or something.  the show is at 8 and maybe we
could meet about 4 or so and have a chance to meet and chat.  i'd love to see
some of you again.

thanks, joan for organizing yesterday afternoon and last night.  i regret i
didn't get into town early enough to meet with you all before the show.  your
apt was really nice and so close to the music center.

anyway, all you guys who were there, i'd love to chat with you all sometime,
so if you are interested, email me and let me know your names and email
addys.  i'm the one with blonde hair who had on that awful new orleans
t-shirt that i was hiding underneath my long sleeve shirt.  :)  remember, i
didn't buy it!

oh, and the girl from new orleans.........you were funny!  :)

anyway, great show last night, huh?  :)

hope to hear from you guys.......
amanda

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hi all~
    i am so excited for cons to come out on tuesday (2 days!!!). i have been
driving all my friends and parents and teachers absolutely nuts with counting
down the days! anyways... i heard peace tonight yesterday on the way to
school and my sister and friend flipped out on me. (they both (aah!) hate ig
for some strange unknown totally weird reason) but i forced them both to shut
up and listen. last night i had an extremely pleasant discussion with my
friend lynn whom i haven't seen since march about ig and how sometimes you
just have to force people to listen togreat music. ;o)
    *another totally random alyssa post brought to you exclusively by the ig
list*
later!
~alyssa

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hkf's
i was just informed that the girls will be playing in atlanta on december
16th at the tabernacle.  anybody heard anything about this.
thank god my exams end that day,
heather

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sorry to waste bandwidth...yet again :)

i was corresponding with a writer looking for beta readers for her book, the
nearest distant shore.
  i don't remember her e-mail address.  if she or anyone aware of her
whereabouts is on this list, please e-mail me privately.

thanks,
carrie

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celeste: (all others may stop reading, or feel free to continue if you have
time on your hands.... =0)  )
sorry, i know i have emailed you a billion times, but i dont have the
address.... so i had to take this route... i just got the tape today (a
neighbor had been holding it hostage all afternoon b.c it got delivered to the
wrong box) and i wanted to thank you for it!!!!!!!! it provided a much needed
'pick-me-up'  (who says that one anymore....) i have been trying to enjoy is
as much as possible, considering the fact that my very loud neighbors are
having a house party and all night we've been hearing the dull, methodical
bass beats of puff daddy and the like...
well, i hope you like the pics i sent... have a great weekend. thanks again,
karen

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does anyone have any idea when the girls will hit sf, ca or anywhere in
northern ca.?  let me know.

thanks!

lisa

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any confirmation on the girls in atlanta in dec. or when tickets might go on
sale?

just curious, as i might actually be able to swing this show....

thanks!

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like yours should carry a smile, i haven't seen them
sparkle in a while, give it one more try, dry your eyes"

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all i know is that ticketmaster has the atlanta show listed.
no on-sale date yet.

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in a message dated 9/25/99 6:56:40 pm est, kz123@worldnet.att.net writes:

<< > one of my favorite parts... makes me smile every time, is during the
galileo
> video when amy and emily are lip syncing and a puts her arm around e right
> before she screws up her lyrics.... so cute >>

or what about the part at the beginning of galileo where amy's taking up the
hole camera, then emily pushes her out of the way, then amy somehow gets in
front of the camera, and emily pinches her(or something like that)? or when
amy's dressed up as "lefty"...i think...and emily's dressed up as pope d, and
em's trying to be serious, but it doesn't work with amy poking her sword
around in her face? i love that video! i gotta watch!

pax, celeste

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hello all,

rolled back into columbus late last night after an amazing time in
nashville.  it began with my friends and i speeding to the concert, praying
we were going to make it on time.  we ended up having to leave late because
of commitments and got caught in two traffic jams before we even made it
past cincinnati.  ouch!  because of joan's directions (thanks!) we were
able to find the venue easily, though, and we pulled in just when em was
singing with stereo popsicle.  wow--is their lead singer amazing or what?
beautiful and incredibly talented.  she and emily had a great vibe.
anyway, i was second row way off to em's side and was actually a bit
disappointed with the seats because they were *so* far over.  oh, but i
should trust god and my concert karma, because what it meant in the end was
that when security tapped folks to go up (9 songs into the show, right
after sys), no one was in front of us--i ended up belly to the stage smack
between a & e.  even w/front row seats i haven't been that close in many
years, not since they were playing smaller venues.  (anyone remember that
little beach club show in ft. laud, fl?  that was *way* back--i'm gettin'
old!)

but, back to the show.  like joan and all the folks posting from the list
meet, i thought the girls were totally on.  i love it when they talk!!! my
fav early part was on chickenman: em was totally jamming in one of the
guitar sections, she was going so fast that amy was leaning over watching
her, then, in her playing fury, she forgot where she was going next in the
song.  amy couldn't stop laughing. they were clearly having a great time.
the chemistry between amy and the new drummer--who rocks!--was so cool to
watch.  she kept turning around to jump in front of him.  i know some of it
was to cue him since he's new, but their facial expressions and laughter
added a lot to the show.   emily was very funny at points, too, like when
the crowd went up front for the first time.  she looked down at us and
(very good naturedly) imitated all the oohs/ahhs/shouts of joy.  she is
*so* great at making direct eye contact w/people.  also, she's still
wearing blue nail polish, which always makes me smile. i'm rambling, so
i'll cut to the end here. faye tucker has finally won me over now that i've
seen it live again.  it's definitely amy's hardest rocking song on this
tour--she pours it all out on the stage. midnight train, w/the lead singer
from sp doing much of  the main vocals was wonderful.  she kept looking at
em for support and em would beam at her.  finally, ctf was great fun as
usual.  my fab night ended w/me catching one of the set lists sulli threw
out (unfortunately it didn't end w/a list meet as i'd hoped because we had
to meet friends to let them in the hotel). set list: cold
beer/chickenman/po2/shame on you/soon to be nothing/land of canaan/peace
tonight/sys/ghost/ozilene/least complicated/gone again/trouble/faye
tucker/galileo encore:sister/midnight train/ctf.   they also played chiapas
bound somewhere around song five or six, but it's not on the set
list--anyone remember exactly where?    and great fun was had by all....

:) lisa

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iudoremi@aol.com wrote:
in a message dated 99-09-26 00:20:40 edt, you write:

<<  i have been trying to enjoy is
as much as possible, considering the fact that my very loud neighbors are
having a house party and all night we've been hearing the dull, methodical
bass beats of puff daddy and the like... >>


oh wow that sucks!  i am not celeste, sorry, but i couldn't resist the
response that forced its way into my brain.
wow that sucks.  puff daddy and the like?  good lord.
earplugsearplugsearplugsearplugsearplugsearplugsearplug

carrie


yeah, it did suck big time!! just thought i'd add that the festivities did not
come to a close until 3 am, and i was desperately trying to sleep. i had a
horrible headache!!! but i'm ok now. listening to gone again, i think my fav
from cons......

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i cannot contain myself!!!!!  i am in the library, trying to make up the
ass-load of work i missed b/c i was gone all week.... and im listening to the
boot that celeste so kindly sent me - on my "walk person"  =0) .... and i have
an uncontrollable urge to throw up my hands and scream, which would send all
these library regulars darting to all corners of the globe, "raise your hands,
raise your hands high.... don't take a seat, don't stand aside..."  well, you
know the rest.  and good gosh almighty, gone again is soooooooooo awesome!!! i
havent heard it since newport, and it's bringing back all these great memories
of dancing like a fool in my sopping wet clothes..... damn, the girls are
goooooooooood!!!!!!
i want to run up and down these aisles screaming and
laughing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i cant wait for oct 8th!!!!!!!!!!!!! let's have a party!!!!! i need to be
around ig freaks like me!!!!!!!!!
ah ha ah ha ah haaaaa haaaaa haaaaaa........
-k

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oh my god!
picture me gazing at the tv late last night. when all of a sudden i see
and hear amy and emily. it was a 30 second commerical spot on cmt for
come on now social. it had great still photos of the duo and some
awesome new concert footage of them singing some of the new songs! i was
blown away. it was a great spot.
also wanted to throw in my .02 about the new promo pics. has anyone else
noticed that amy isn't smiling at all. she seems to be almost stern in
her poseing. anyways...........enjoy trying to catch the new commercial.

linda
p.s. yes, that was country music television channel!

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has anyone else
noticed that amy isn't smiling at all. she seems to be almost stern in
her poseing. anyways...........enjoy trying to catch the new commercial.

i don't know who saw the rolling stone review, but in that picture, which
looks an awful lot like the cover of the peace tonight single, amy is
actually smiling. or is it just me. anybody else catch that?

-karen p.

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in my head, that is... just wanted to let you all know that i am getting no
work done. i had to go outside a few minutes ago b/c it's freezing in here,
and i sat in the sun, smoking a cigarette (i dont really smoke, really!) and i
date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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must have listened to gone again 3x in a row, not to mention the dozens of
times i rewound the following lines:
    'honey, all this is to say, every dog don't got it's day... if we take the
love we're given and we throw it all away... gone again....gone again... there
ain't no way i'm gonna let this heart mend... gone again...'

should that make me bawl unabashedly and at the same time want to strap on my
guitar and rock????

damn. wow. that's all i can say.....
-k


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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 14:24:06 -0700
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delete this if youa re not going to the raleigh show tonight or are not
familiar with raleigh.

last minute plans to go to the concert.  i do not have tickets (need two)
nor do i know the venue or how to get there.  thanks!  parker

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 14:49:26 -0400
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subject:      savannah show   one ticket   2nd row orchestra pit
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still no buyer on this and the show is tuesday at 8.  price is $31.50.   =
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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 14:50:02 -0400
reply-to:     beccie lyon <beccie@websunshine.com>
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well, i am finally back home, unpacked and calmed down....well a little bit
anyway....nashville was an awesome show. the girls were both laughing and
smiling and chatting it was great!!!! the new songs rocked trouble, gone
again, peace tonight, go, faye tucker, chiapas bound (ahhhh that smile tee
hee. my year and life has been made) etc. were awesome. peace tonight was
really wonderful live. and amy rocked out on faye tucker....the way the
girls were smiling at the crowd when we were singing along with them was
great. you could tell that they were really enjoying themselves as much as
we were.  it was just amazing. i will remember this show forever!!!!

the list meet afterwards was outstanding. thanks to joan who opened up her
house to a bunch of adrenaline hyper fans to meet and jam, it was great.
freida, i am still laughing over the cosmic dyke bar theory....now i
understand gaydar!!! tee hee....erin you got to email me kelly called this
morning...she was glowing....tee hee....getting to meet so many of my
intimate strangers and to feel that connection in person was
wonderful...thanks guys it was a great trip, an amazing concert and a memory
that i will cherish for a lifetime.

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peace love & indigo light
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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 12:29:40 -0700
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i'm coming out from lurkdom to say how much i
wish/hope that the indigo girls will come to the
midwest/wisconsin area!!!!
smiles,
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so, i try to call & go online at the strike of 1.


good news:  row aa (front row; seats 113, 115, 117)

bad news:  loge (not orchestra)

weird news:  couldnt get thru the phone line at all (the above were thru =
the web site)

did anyone else face the same daunting situation?

melissa

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hi everyone!  well, it's two days before the official release of cons,  which
leads me to the difficult question one faces before the release of a
long-awaited album... how obnoxious do i want to be, in my efforts to procure
this album as soon as possible?   because... the local indie store around the
corner might have it by now.... should i go over there on my lunch break
tomorrow and try to buy it?  i could start out maybe just asking how much it
costs, then if the person who's working seems nice enough, i could maybe ask
to just see it.  then maybe i'll try to get permission to hold it, and, i
mean, at that point it's practically mine... i could just slap $17 on the
counter and run.  what do you think?

emily

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hey all,

since i don't have a good indie store close to me (that i know of, anyway--i
just moved), i pre-ordered cons from cd-now.  for those of you who did the
same thing, any idea when they're going to send those out?  do they get them
on the 28th and send them out a few days later, or do they send them out the
28th or, miracle of miracles, do we get them on the 28th??  just wondering
if anyone knows...

then, i know this is kinda dumb, but i just got a new car and it needs a
name. it doesn't necessarily have to be ig-related, but definitely a girl's
name. it's a 94 2-door red honda civic.  let me know if you guys have any
suggestions! :)

thanks!

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 18:07:49 edt
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lord have mercy, but i think i've just had what amounts to a world's record
for bad weeks.  to start everything off with a bang, my mom calls me last
weekend to tell me my grandfather has had a heart attack and is going in for
quintuple bypass surgery, which he made it through with flying colors thank
the goddess.  then our kitchen faucet explodes, and since it's so ancient, we
couldn't get parts for it, so we had to get a new faucet, but the sink is an
antique as well, and they don't make faucets for that type of sink anymore,
so we had to get a new sink, but to replace that we had to rip out the
counters, which required yanking off the formica, and had to get new
counters, which also required new cabinets, and in order to replace the sink
we had to rip out the walls, which were all lathe and plaster <shudder> and
replace the plumbing.  in other words, for want of a faucet, the kitchen was
lost.  we are now on day 8 of the unexpected remodeling of the kitchen, and
still working on it.  if y'all could be so kind, please send us lots and lots
of warm fuzzies, good wishes, good karma, and if you happen to know one, a
drywall installer that works cheap.

okay, enough venting...phew i needed that.

dawn

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 19:25:44 -0400
reply-to:     neil <neily@netreach.net>
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i normally hate when folks post stuff like this to the list, but y'know, i
have to deal, now it's your turn :o)

seriously though, you may want to investigate this:

please, visit the hungersite at the www.

all you do is click a button and somewhere in the world
some hungry person gets a meal - at no cost to you.

the food is paid for by corporate sponsors.

all you do is go to the site and click.

but, you're only allowed one click per day so spread the word to others.

visit the site and pass the word.

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 21:25:24 -0400
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well, after a long (8 hour) drive home and very little sleep the whole trip
coz i was on this total "i'm seeing the girls up close and oh my god this
will be great" high i am back in tampa typing away with my eyes half open,
so please ignore and forgive all typos.

first of all clothing:
emily-- same outfit as nashville and she still looked cute
amy -- black leather pants (yummy) and a red diamond patterned shirt with
blue suede platform boots (liked the shoes)

stereo popsicle (opening act) was awesome once again

set list (taken from the stage):

go
trouble
3 hits
love will come to you
gone again
cold beer & remote control
shed your skin
get out the map
sister
peace tonight
shame on you
.....now this is interesting.... the set list says "andy" but they played
ghost (anyone know something here?)
oh, ozilene
the wood song (yea!!!)
compromise (loved this one too)
power of two
galileo
fay tucker
midnight train to georgia w/ stereo popsicle (excellent!)
closer to fine

i loved all the songs.  they were very personal and poignant for me.  i got
to meet stereo popsicle, and the lead singer (trina) gave me a hug coz i
just liked her so damn much.  they signed my cd and i got to touch the ig
bus but the girls were tired after the show so they requested that everyone
leave coz they didn't "want to deal with the hassle of waving off
autographs"  so i left, but other people stayed (duh why??  hello, they were
tired, leave them alone).  but i did get to meet two nice girls from nc who
were originally from florida and we hung out and went back stage at about
4:00 and saw where we were sitting and listened to the sound check.  the
security was really lax until about 6:30, so no one questioned us.  we got
to talk to the lighting guy and he was really nice.  i didn't want to push
my luck and was content with sitting in one of the boxes for the sound check
(which was all i really wanted anyway).
amy messed up one of the chords on the wood song, but my tone deaf self
never heard it, but she was disappointed so i hollered out "i love you
anyway"  and emily laughed.  after peace tonight emily talked about how one
of her friends though she was singing "lets make babies tonight" and the
crowd erupted in laughter and then she proceeded to say how amy thought she
was singing "two black dogs and a white woman running through the field".
it was cute.  towards the end of the concert, when they played galileo, most
of us in the orchestra pit stood up by the stage (no stage rushing yea!) and
danced and sang along.  the crowd wasn't nearly as animated as nashville
was, but i still had a great time coz they played all the songs i love.

that's all for now ....  must get some sleep.

had a great time meeting everyone in nashville.  this is one mini-vacation
that will remain forever treasured in my memory.  love you all.  oh yeah, i
didn't hear any "action figures" or "judge wapner" either ;)

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 22:32:36 edt
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how jealous am i????!!  i can't believe you greenville-goers got to hear not
only "love will come to you," but also "the wood song!"  oh, my goodness...i
need my inhaler...

i need to see them again--it's been so long...pant, pant...

shannon


>set list (taken from the stage):
>
>go
>trouble
>3 hits
>love will come to you
>gone again
>cold beer & remote control
>shed your skin
>get out the map
>sister
>peace tonight
>shame on you
>.....now this is interesting.... the set list says "andy" but they .
>played
>ghost (anyone know something here?)
>oh, ozilene
>the wood song (yea!!!)
>compromise (loved this one too)
>power of two
>galileo
>fay tucker
>midnight train to georgia w/ stereo popsicle (excellent!)
>closer to fine

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hey kfs,
anyone have info on tickets in utah?  anyone know how someone in crappy
michigan might come by some? and which venue is it, actually?  logan (utah
state) or slc (university of utah)?

anyone?  anyone?  amy?

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 23:22:21 edt
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oh damn the man.

somebody or other told me about this new free internet provider, netzero <
http://www.netzero.com >.  i thought the whole idea was great-- free
internet!  screw capitalism!  power in the hands of the masses!
yeah, whatever.
this service is loaded with more bugs than a 4th of july picnic.  for anyone
who's been toying with it, i've got a question and a weird little occurrence
to tell.

question:
sometimes when i log on, the zero port (those of you who're using it know
what i'm talking about-- that annoying little flickering rectangle-o'-ads at
the top of the screen) doesn't ever pop up.  and since you have to endure
the seizure-inducing blinky black commercial box to get your free internet,
consequently, i'm kicked off after like 4 minutes of being port-less.  like
now.  the box is not on the screen, so i'm typing like a madwoman to get
this email out to you before my computer disconnects.  does this happen to
anyone else?

weird occurrence:
just a few minutes ago (when the damn port was actually up and running,
which is a rare thing in itself), i was checking out a site and a little
dialogue box appearred on the screen.  i couldn't read all of what it said
(because the damn zero port was blocking part of the screen),but what i did
catch was this: "naughty naughty!...using netzero...will self-destruct in 6
seconds."  and then i got disconnected.
uh, wait.  did i just get chastized by software?
jesus christ on a cracker, what is *that* all about?

damn the freaking consumerist capitalist internet.  the only providers that
actually work make you pay thru the nose for their slickly-colored ad-laden
monopolistic (do i care if that's a word?) 'services.'  (speaking of aol, if
you couldn't guess.)

share my pain?  email me privately-- i have to sign off the list for a bit,
as i can't really keep up with the mail in 5-minute spurts.
jill


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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 20:54:46 -0700
reply-to:     shannon curnutte <shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu>
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jilly c wrote:

> share my pain?  email me privately-- i have to sign off the list for a bit,
> as i can't really keep up with the mail in 5-minute spurts.
> jill


oh me, oh my
oh dear, oh dear, o dear

however will we do without
our beloved jilly c
and her crazy
wonderful
lyrical posts?

we'll miss you!

shannon

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 20:59:13 pdt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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on friday night, i had a few friends over, and this guitar-playing,
multilingual, jewish colleague of mine (who i had briefly mentioned the
indigo girls) picks up my guitar, and starts playing and singing "closer to
fine" on it.  then later, chords from ghost and another song.  of course,
he's singing in a range that's higher than mine, and i have to run the
opening chords of ctf through my brain before i can come up with the first
line of the first verse: "i'm trying to tell you something 'bout my life..."

and of course, if you ask me on the spot, i wouldn't know what the first
line to the second verse was, but i would definitely know the first line to
the third verse (rose p.'s favorite): "i stopped by a bar at 3
a.m."--memories of spac.

diane - twenty-four hours and two minutes!!! till cons!! woohoo!

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 03:31:57 edt
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what is the least expensive place to buy cd's online?  respond to me
privately please.  thanks
lynn

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sept. 27
drusian@juno.com (heather hughes)

september 27
hunterj1@aol.com (jude hunter)

september 29
younge@ucs.orst.edu (crazy!!!)

september 29 (21!!!!  yay!!!!!)
chickenwomyn@hotmail.com (carol ann petricevic)
"to create...to invent...to endure...to believe....
that sacred moment of vision, when a single (being) is sparked by
inspiration, looks up to the stars...dreams of things that never were,
and vows to make them real......"
- until next time (my om team in '97)

september 30 ('77)
lisag@charity.trinityvt.edu (lisa grandjean)

october

october 2
chikenman4@aol.com (lauryn)

october 2, 1975
msinghaus@msmisp.com- missy

october 3
ljusko@netexp.net (lori jusko)

october 3 ('68)
u_posa@venus.twu.edu (monique posa)

october 3
deb.radziewicz@unisys.com (deb)

and remember...
if you are not on the list, and would like to be, feel free to
email me privately.  i will put you on the list asap.  some people have
just included their email address and birthday, others include their real
name, and lots include quotes.  any form is acceptable.  similarly, if you
are on the list and would like to add/change/delete your entry, do so
privately and i will update.  do not forget to include your b-day if you
are in the add/change/delete category...i really don't want to sift
through hundreds of entries to find yours.  thanks :)

love,
audra
bge

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say to one another is still the thing we long to hear?"
--jeanette winterson, "written on the body" (p.9)

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 08:05:14 edt
reply-to:     mavrikminx@aol.com
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hi all,

i've got 2 tickets for monday's show that i need to give up.

row ll, seats 19 & 21.  paid $81 for the pair, which is what i'm asking.
i'll pay the cost of getting them to the buyer.

after reading the current reviews, i am seriously bummed i can't make the
show, but unless i want to drive 10 hours that day, its not going to work for
me.  so, if you're interested, please drop me a note.  thanks.

terri
mavrikminx@aol.com

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 21:00:49 pdt
reply-to:     benjamin slavin <aniboy76@hotmail.com>
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hey guys,
    after four and a half years i'm leaving the list. i spent my last
semsester in firenze(florence) and i'm so in love i'm moving back to milan
this january after i graduate.
    anyway, before i leave this continent for good i am desperately looking
for an 1998 bootleg of the union hall pheonix, arizona show. i know it
exsists! this is the one where i hopped up on stage and sang "closer to
fine" with the girls. also does anyone have ep&more volumes 2 and 3. i have
a bunch of boots and i'll list them to whoever responds.
  last thing...you can't get her albums in the us except by ordering online
at amazon.com or at a virgin records megastore. but i have to advirtise the
most amazing singer that i've come across in the past five years. her name
is carmen consoli and i really want to get her name out here in the states.
rip, tear and kill to get "mediamente isterica"!
     thanks for your help,
ben

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date:         sun, 26 sep 1999 15:44:57 -0700
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>since i don't have a good indie store close to me (that i know of,
anyway--i
>just moved), i pre-ordered cons from cd-now.  for those of you who did the
>same thing, any idea when they're going to send those out?  do they get
them
>on the 28th and send them out a few days later, or do they send them out
the
>28th or, miracle of miracles, do we get them on the 28th??  just wondering
>if anyone knows...


i hate to be the one to break this to you ... i put in an advance order for
rem's _up_ and didn't get it until a week after the release date. if you
order by regular mail, they mail it out on the release date. you have to
order ups next-day in order to get it at your door on the release date. i
forget how much that costs, but i figured it cost more than buying it at a
store, which makes it a little pointless, unless you absolutely can't get to
a store that day or no one in area carries the album.

april

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 09:08:04 -0700
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i've been doing this for a while and the deal is:  you can only go once a
day and if you continue to go, then the amount you donate increases.  parker

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subject: feeding folks (totall nigc)


i normally hate when folks post stuff like this to the list, but y'know, i
have to deal, now it's your turn :o)

seriously though, you may want to investigate this:

please, visit the hungersite at the www.

all you do is click a button and somewhere in the world
some hungry person gets a meal - at no cost to you.

the food is paid for by corporate sponsors.

all you do is go to the site and click.

but, you're only allowed one click per day so spread the word to others.

visit the site and pass the word.

http://www.thehungersite.com

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abi's page!!! http://www.netreach.net/~andineil/abi/abi.html
this week, neil 'as been mostly been listening to:
isaac hayes "greatest hit singles"; indigo girls "come on now social"; elvis
"suspicious minds".
song o' the week "the late great johnny ace" - paul simon

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fyi, everyone (fm the atlanta journal-constitution)....

peach buzz: indigos' latest is family affair
richard l. eldredge - staff
monday, september 27, 1999

the indigo girls' first album in three years, "come on now social" (due =
out tuesday), boasts guest appearances by pals sheryl crow, joan =
osborne, me'shell ndegeocello and ozilline walker.=20

who?=20

"my grandmother is a wonderful storyteller, and over the years i've made =
tapes of her talking," amy ray (above left) told us. "this one =
particular story fit the song ('ozilline') perfectly. i've already =
played it for her and she loves it."=20

even as "social" pushes the envelope creatively, exploring beat box =
rhythms, reggae, punk, folk and appalachian musical genres, ray and =
emily saliers (above right) kept the recording process decidedly down =
home. the duo even invited co-producer and musicians from the english =
band ghostland to atlanta to record parts of the album. "they all fell =
in love with atlanta," ray says. "especially the food and the people. we =
ordered from a different place every day. they loved thai food here and =
even barbecue."=20

before saturday night's show in greenville, s.c., saliers told buzz that =
she's thrilled with the new live act, utilizing some of the musicians =
from the album. "there's a great spirit on stage, and it gives us more =
space sonically to work in."=20

saliers is responsible for the album's radio-ready, r&b-tinged first =
single, "peace tonight." she laughs when it's suggested that she's =
channeling al green on the track: "i know! it's just the direction that =
things went."=20

ray, meanwhile, plugs in her electric guitar and cranks up the volume on =
the album's raucous opening track, "go." "i enjoy really loud rock =
stuff," ray says. "it felt great to be able to go in and express that." =
concurs saliers: "amy's so great at that, and her voice is perfect for =
it. plus, it's fun for me to be able to hop in on that stuff with her =
live."=20

as the indigo girls gig around the south and the northeast in coming =
weeks, local fans will have to wait a bit longer to check out the act =
live. tentative plans call for some local dates at the tabernacle before =
christmas.=20


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first=20
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channeling al=20
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on the=20
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ray says.=20
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"amy's so=20
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be able=20
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hello everyone!  a few list members are planning a list meet for the davidson
show this saturday.  if you are interested in joining us or have any ideas
regarding a meeting place, please email me privately.
thanks,
angela

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 09:53:39 -0400
reply-to:     sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu>
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my own personal interpretation:
there is a women's campground in dahlonega, ga called swiftwaters, where my
girlfriend and i had the lovely experience of working for our keep last
spring. dahlonega is about an hour from atlanta. swiftwaters is surrounded
on 3 sides by river. you can tube around the peninsula, and cllimb out
before you leave their property. they have several dogs, though i only
remember one black one, a lab who plays campground manager (do you know how
disconcerting it is to hear snuffling and breathing around your tent when
you're the only people on the property? very) there are field-y sites,
marshy sites, and woodsy sites. its a lovely place to camp. and it sounds
awfully familiar....
i've also been trying to decide whether world falls was inspired by
canyonlands in utah, cloudland canyon in ga, or neither of the above

callin' on my good friends today
you know the drive's about an hour away
we'll be packing up a tent by the trees
we'll be wading in the river to our knees
oh now love's been planted & we're checking out the yield
two black dogs and a white one running through the field


have a nice week everyone
sarah

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reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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at the raleigh show last night, she said that 'this song's about driving out
to the country with your friends, pitching a tent and dancing... it's about
dancing' - then they played it.  i hate that damn accordion (that we've all
been referring to as horns).  at greenville, this song got the least crowd
response of any other song in the set.  see!  it's not just me ya'll!!

-the cons grouch.

ps - full review to come - it's good, okay?!  :)

> -----original message-----
> from: sarah pinsker [smtp:spinsker@goucher.edu]
> sent: monday, september 27, 1999 9:54 am
> to:   indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject:      peace tonight lyrics
>
> my own personal interpretation:
> there is a women's campground in dahlonega, ga called swiftwaters, where
> my
> girlfriend and i had the lovely experience of working for our keep last
> spring. dahlonega is about an hour from atlanta.

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 00:50:38 +0900
reply-to:     "karen, the big bad bitch of japan" <prochoicer@gurlmail.com>
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it's offically tuesday where i live!!!!

anyway, it would be nicer if i could actually but cons here, but i should be receiving it from amazon.com any day now!

:-) karen


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reply-to:     justin shumaker <shuey@amarillonet.com>
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if the be already posted, i sorry.  but i liked it, so here it is...the cons
review from the cdnow site.

i especially like the first line.  very nice.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

the indigo girls have filled dormitory hallways, sold out sheds, and souls
for 14 years. now they return with their seventh lp of potent rock-lore. amy
ray and emily saliers have what simon and garfunkel had, that ethereal
harmony connection that must be divine.
but unlike on any of their previous albums, the songs on come on now social
find banjos and soft-stringed acoustics on the back burner, making room this
time for snares, distortion, and more "indie-tude" than ever.
"gone again" and "ozilline" are festive, frolicking bluegrass tunes that
smile and knee slap. but the lead track, "go," gets gone with plunging kick
drums and driving, angular guitar riffs. "compromise" is packed with
punching-bag bass lines and stone-dry inflections from ray. even on saliers'
snuggly call to action, "peace tonight," there is a horn section.
be it sinead oconnor's enlisted band bringing about this feisty approach, or
just the end of an era, come on now social finds the indigo girls with their
same heartache and protest, just a lot more voltage.
lynn bryan
copyright © 1994-1999 cdnow, inc. all rights reserved.

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subject:      boston area ig fans - contest
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hi everybody:

i just wanted to let everyone in the boston area show know that the radio
station wbmx mix 98.5 is having a contest where if you are the 18th
caller when you hear an ig song, you can win passes to see a&e
in an exclusive performance at the mix 98.5 studio (the mix club) on
october 6 (the same as the concert at tsongas arena in lowell).  but
you also get tickets to the mix fest which is 10/10 at foxboro stadium
which includes melissa ethridge (oh my god), blondie and sugar ray
among many others.  i am sending this urgent mail because i'm not
sure how long they are running this but they are doing it today, so
i hope this gets posted.

i can't tell you how excited i am about this, because after a whole
of trying, i finally got through and won.  i am keeping my fingers
crossed and saying a little prayer for all of you true boston-based fans
on this list.  the best of luck.

peace and happiness

cathy

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 09:27:49 -0700
reply-to:     "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
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there seems to be a lot of new faces here on the big ig list,
so this is for the new england folks (apologies to the rest).

here in boston/new england, we have our own sub list called
baigls (boston area indigo girls listees).  it's a great, low traffic
list for talking about ig dates, gatherings, contests, and
shows by other favorite/related artists.

if anyone wants to join, just drop me an e-mail.  thanks!

                          _________
amy p.                    \       /     who holds your hand
pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
monk@world.std.com          \   /
the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin
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date: fri, 1 oct 1999 18:32:02 +0000
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from:         sarah brady <sbrady1@email.unc.edu>
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where to begin? this was a fabulous show. i, along w/9 of my friends, had
6th row seats, amy side. i had never been that close in one of the huge
blockbuster-monopoly-ampitheathers, so i was most taken with amy's close
proximity.  amy had on a blue button up shirt and either navy blue or
black pants w/brown shoes. em was looking very nice in a black
pants/jacket combo w/a white shirt. very spiffy. much different than her
typical lilith attire. plus, she had glitter on her eyes that sparkled
when she moved her head around. :)
i dont have the set list...it was pretty similar to other recent shows in
terms of the new stuff.  they also played scooter boys, reunion, kid
fears, shed your skin, virginia woolf & everything in its own time. i was
most dismayed to hear they played ghost at another recent show. ive been
waiting years to hear that live. ill keep my fingers crossed--maybe on
saturday at the davidson show.
so, i was wondering if anyone booted the show last night...in my
pre-concert excitement, i ran out of my house w/o my recorder. so..if
there were any concertgoers w/more level heads than i, i would love to get
a copy.

in peace and happy indigo memories,
sarah


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

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welp, got off from work on friday at 4 and drove from richmond to asheville,
nc.  checked into a cheap econolodge, found a porn mag under the mattress.
bonus!  went to biltmore on saturday - cool huge castle, if you ever have a
chance, go there, it's amazing to tour.  drove to greenville, and drove past
the peace center 3 times before we *saw* it.  parked next to drugged out
person lying on the sidewalk... decided to put 'the club' on the steering
wheel. :)  walking to peace center with my gf, who most people call 'sir',
was handed a little card about 'coming out day', laughed at my susan that
she wasn't fooling anyone with the 'drag king' thing tonight.  entered to
the sounds of stereo popsicle.  um - loud, tight, grooving, driving.
racially diverse with a hendrix-schooled lead player.  amazing girl singer.
this band's from atlanta and emily came out to sing on a song called
'jenny', which she also sings on their album, it's about child abuse.  can't
remember much of the lyrics, but it was a beautiful sounding song, though
the lyrics were powerfully on the downside.  emily had a whole verse and
sung that soulful gospelly backup that she does so well, reminiscent of
midnight train...

you've already been given the setlist and the fashion report, so i'll skip
that.  lots of talking tonight.  funny moments not previously mentioned
include:
-emily, upon being hit with something thrown from the crowd, "oh, what is
this <picks it up> a beanie baby?  oh, that's cute, it's always fun to have
something hurled at you from the audience."
-emily, sarcastically, after someone from the balcony yells "you're
geniuses!", says, "so are you..."  amy, "well, she is really, i'm just a
student of the student of the student of the master..." emily, "that's
four."
-amy, on seeing the 'box seats', "wow, look at you guys up there... like
royalty... [to the rest of the audience] what you don't know, is they get
like a nine-course meal up there before the show..."
-amy, on the reserved crowd, "ya'll are so polite... except you guys in the
back, i can tell ya'll are troublemakers"

highlight of the night in my opinion... ghost - the most powerful version
i've ever seen them do.  crowd was silent, and emily, on the 'face before
me... launch 1000 ships' verse, almost seemed like she was going to lose it.
very quiet, very emotional, very exceptional.  excellent.

another great moment - wood song.  performed well, even though amy blew a
chord, and i mean, you know, it was the wood song.

the crowd - was lame.  mostly, but it wasn't really their fault in most
cases.  the few people who were up and dancing were told to sit down, you
know, because the crowd as a whole was sitting.  i kept hoping someone in
front of me would stand up, so i could too without being blamed for rudeness
or anything.  it's difficult to sit for ozillene. it's difficult to sit for
go - hell, it's difficult to sit through an ig concert.  thankfully,
everyone stood up for galileo, but since that was the last song before the
encore, there wasn't much left.

i was bummed that they didn't play sbtn or andy, but we did get that awesome
rendition of ghost, so i was placated.  the new songs (with the exception of
peace tonight - sorry ya'll i can't stand it on the album, and it ain't cool
live either - reminds me of rem's shiny happy people or something...blick)
were awesome live - i've had a taste of most of them live before, and i knew
i liked the songs (though i can't stand the album production, which is
different from the live sound)  fay tucker rocks rocks rocks, and that
little 'yip' thing amy does in it, and in ozilene are great fun.  and that
laugh/scream thing, well, i dig that - it's funny though, because it's so
predictable, those who've been listening to ig for years, and you get to
know amy's timing, it's funny, because the first time i heard the song, i
was listening to it with my gf, and it gets to this point, and i'm like,
"scream amy..." and then she did, okay, maybe you had to be there, but ya'll
know what i mean.  does ozilene remind anyone else of a light-hearted
chickenman?  maybe it's that steady kick drum, but i swear, you can sing
chickenman over the beat.  i'm still getting used to gone again with the
full band, and it's growing on me, because it's like a little stomping
clapping hoe-down now, at lilith i was annoyed with it.  at greenville,
slightly less so, but by the raleigh show i began to like it.

after the show, i hung out, waiting to find mike cunningham, our
tour-leader, and i *knew* that was him down in front, "sulli! sulli! can i
have a set list?" we talked for a while (mike and me, not sulli and me), and
chewed the fat on the new album, our non-listee companions being quietly
patient while we were being animatedly obsessive.  mike confessed he gets
nervous talking to sulli (that's lisa sullivan for the newbies - she's their
guitar tech - the blonde chickie who brings em her electric during the banjo
switch in the shame on you video).  that still cracks me up, since, well, as
many of you probably know, sulli is so completely friendly, down-to-earth
and unjaded, and always has time for fans.

so susan and i get to our super 8 and there's like all these hooker panties
in one of the drawers, and a commercial on tv about how super 8s are going
through facelifts and how clean they are, and this is *not* the case for our
super 8.  funny anyhow.  so this is what you get when you stay in the cheap
rooms - panties and a porn mag.

so - we sleep, we trek to raleigh the next day and cannot find a section of
the city that has food.  finally, we see a darryl's - saved!  we have a
leisurely dinner before we head to walnut creek amphitheater.  what a switch
from the night before.  peace center is intimate, maybe 2500 people.  wc is
huge - more like 8000 or more, without the lawn.  we watched a little local
chickie strum acoustic on an outer side stage - she's good, not amazing, but
friendly, and the crowd liked her.  she was highly appreciative of the
listeners.  susan and i waited for stereo popscicle to get to the song em
sang on, and go watch that one, just as good as the night before.  then
watched the people, meanwhile, susan trying to teach me how to stand
'butch'.  no good.  no matter how hard i try, i'm girlie.  oh well.  at
least i can wear my hat backwards. :)

the crowd at raleigh was great, standing most of the time, at least in my
area, and dancing and singing appropriately.  i don't have the exact
setlist, nor the order, but here's a list of what i remember...

go
gone again
fay tucker
ozilene
andy - beautiful
peace tonight
trouble - i'm beginning to learn this song and like it a lot - still don't
like the album production
cold beer & remote control
reunion
kid fears - nice treat
galileo
va woolf
closer to fine
midnight train to ga w/ stereo popsicle
scooter boys - rocked, ended with a great jam-out
shed your skin
everything in its own time
shame on you - amy has discovered the gibson les paul
least complicated
power of two

if anyone has different, let us know.  figures - nothing from my favorite
nis - but it was an amazing show with a great setlist - especially nice to
hear reunion and kid fears.  strange that fay tucker didn't get much
response in raleigh when it was one of the few that got a big response in
greenville.  must've been the placement in the set or something.  how can
you not stand and bounce or sway to fay tucker?  i'm beginning to love this
song.  and ozilene is fun fun fun.

and you know.... i have a confession to make.  this has been occurring to me
over the past two years.  i have become.... an .... emily person.
argh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  i love you amy, i love you still, but emily, you sing
to my soul, and it seems as i get older, i get past the amy energy, and see
the beauty of emily even more.  ahhhh, but thank goodness we get to keep
both together, for now anyways.

what more.... um, one cute moment in raleigh, besides my gf screaming,
"emily!!!!....you rock my world!!!!" [you know, she wanted emily to get some
attention amongst the scores yelling 'i love you amy!!!'], emily looks in
the front few rows and says, "okay, we have to play something for this guy,
he's been holding up signs all night... how many do you have there? 10? 15?
show 'em to us again? [he does and emily is saying] yeah, uh huh, not doing
that, can't do that, oh we did that one!, well, we'll do one of those soon,
okay."   other than that, they weren't real talky that i remember.

so...if you're still reading, congrats, you truly are a fanatic.  that's all
i can remember.  if i left anything out, remind me.

hang loose kind friends,
tara

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 13:34:40 -0400
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i have not yet gotten a buyer on the 2nd row seat here in savannah, =
georgia.  get in touch w/ me if you want this at cost.  waited in line =
for this....(was 1st in line yet only 2nd row back were =
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seats in the house.

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date:         mon, 27 sep 1999 10:37:46 -0700
reply-to:     leslie holeman <lholeman@mail.geron.com>
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so they played pholosophy of loss on kfog yesterday (totally made my weekend), and i managed to record it.  let me just say that if anyone is thinking emily is slipping in terms of songwriting after hearing peace tonight (i didn't), i'm convinced you'll change your minds after hearing philosophy of loss.  i don't know if anyone's posted the lyrics yet, but i wrote them down, and at some point i'm going to have to solicit help from you all to fill in the gaps i couldn't hear (since they're not likely to be on the album liner).
but anyway, that song is awesome.  i think it's probably emily's best "political statement" type song so far.  it's very eloquent, yet very blunt, and somewhat jaded.  it's absolutely beautiful.  it just makes me want to grab her and give her a big hug!
and her voice--well, it's way different.  at first it grated big time, and i'm embarrassed to say, but it reminded me of the movie dirty dancing, where the sister is singing some "hula" song in a cheesy high voice--almost falsetto (although, i've been taking voice lessons lately, i still don't know a whole hell of a lot about singing, or else i'd have the perfect way to describe the sound i'm talking about).  but the more i listen to the song, the more beautiful emily's voice sounds to me.  i guess i just had to get used to something different, and not quite what i expected to hear coming out of emily.  and several people, including myself have commented on the clearness of her voice on peace tonight--makes me very curious to her how she sounds on the rest of the new stuff.  but she sounds the same live!
so yeah, after hearing philosophy of loss, emily may be changing vocally, but in my opinion, she's still the amazing songwriter that makes us think, smile, cry, or just let out an ecstatic shout "this woman is amazing!  where does she come up with this stuff!?!?"

leslie

p.s.  those of you who went to the nashville, greenville, etc. shows--do they have live horns for peace tonight?  i want to see the girls play with live horns!

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i just wanted to add a couple more cute moments from the raleigh show:
(good review btw, tara)

during one of the first songs..amy pauses in the middle of a chord to gaze
up and murmer "nice lights".  was sorta weird...i, personally, wasnt too
very impressed w/the lighting...but at the time..there was a very mellow
red/purple thing going on..so, maybe it just struck her...

during least complicated, amy was getting water when em. started, so
she entered the song late, and she began playing the wrong verse
completely. em sorta looked over at her and shook her head and laughed.
you'd think by now amy would have this one down.

also..during faye tucker, which was absolutely incredible, amy did this
crazy manical laugh into the microphone. some of my non-obsessed friends
were frightened. i thought it was fabulous though. this song is so
passionate.

ok..so its not much..but when the girls arent in a very talkative
mood..you take what you can get.

-sarah


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

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hey y'all!

i'm going to be at the monday philly concert (have i mentioned that this
is my first ig concert?  have i mentioned that i've kind of arranged my
little vacation around this, so i can finally see them live?  that i'm
leaving back to israel the next day?  that i'm friggin excited about
this?)

question:
is there anyone driving back to new york that night that might have room
for moi?  or, in the alternative, is there anyone in the philly area
who'd be willing to put me up for the night?  i'm a nice, polite, low
maintenance  houseguest, and i'd have to leave early anyhow to catch a
bus/train back to new york, so it really just requires a little square
of carpeted floor...???

all help very much appreciated!!!

oh - and by the way, the anna hidalgo mystery has been solved!!
(remember, the error message thing?) whoever it was that thought she
might be a listee whose mailbox is full and is therefore not getting
messages - you were right!  she wrote me today.  hi anna!

so, are many listees going to be at the monday philly show?  i'd love to
meet y'all - but i'm not familiar enough with philly to arrange a meet
or anything.  anyone??  and how about the rose p. show in arlington va
the night before?  i'll be at both - drop me a line if you will, too!!

*hoping em sings ghost at philly*
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okay, now who can't wait to hear "philosophy of loss" so they can witness
first-hand this sound that leslie compares to the sister singing the "hula
song" in dirty dancing??  that was honestly one of the funniest things i've
ever read--leslie, you're cute. :)  you made me laugh out loud, which, in an
office setting, draws strange looks.

and tara, thank you for your lengthy review--i love reading about fun
concert moments!!

shannon

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hkfs,

a little birdie told me something today that the
indigo girls will be coming to milwaukee on december
8. now dont go flooding ticketmaster with calls bc
nothing is confirmed yet but my gfs brother is a dj
and spoke with the girls assistant on this. so looks
like they probably will be coming to the midwest in
december. this is also the same date that they were in
milwaukee on the shaming of the sun tour.  lalala.
shame on me i am so sneaky. i will let you know if i
hear more.
:)
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i called about tickets today, was told that the show is still
unconfirmed, and they don't have any projected date for tickets to go on
sale.  i'll keep y'all posted.

(if i can get into this show, it'll be the third ig show i'll get to see
in 16 days!  wheee!)
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sorry if this has been posted already if it hasnt, enjoy...


indigo girl amy ray ponders solo album
sep 27, 1999, 10:10 am pt


the indigo girls go full-on punk on "compromise," one of the amy ray-penned
tracks from the duo's latest and most eclectic album to date, come on now
social (sept. 28, epic records). as it turns out, the song is one of many
that ray has written in the punk vein -- most of which could end up on an amy
ray solo album sometime in the future.

"i have a lot of songs like that and i just picked one to go on the record,"
says ray. "that's probably as much as i would do with indigo girls, if i were
to do more, it'd be on my own."

there is nothing official at press time, but ray is currently in the planning
stages of getting her first solo effort off the ground. "i'm trying to get it
together to do that," she says. "i've got specific songs that i've been
working on for that purpose. it will probably be sort of punk with some
country thrown in. i've had some rehearsals and have made preliminary plans
as to who i'm going to record with. i just have to figure out how to fit it
into my schedule."

ray hopes to use some of her downtime on the girl's upcoming american tour
(allstar, sept 1) to work out some of the details of the album. ray is hoping
the record will serve as a benefit for her atlanta-based indie label, daemon
records. "i want to put it out myself," she says. "if epic wont let me do it,
i'll have to wait till i'm not on the label."


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sasha friedman wrote:
>
> sorry if this has been posted already if it hasnt, enjoy...
>
> indigo girl amy ray ponders solo album
> sep 27, 1999, 10:10 am pt
>
>  the indigo girls go full-on punk on "compromise,"

i love this one - well, i think i do anyway.  i was so lucky that
another lister made this tape of cons for me, so i got to listen to it
in advance - but there was no track list enclosed.  anyway, since the
word "compromise" is sung several times, well, it's kind of a no
brainer.  i love the part that goes something like this:
"when i'm walking through this world i need to hold your hand.  let me
take you on this ride, i hope you'll understand."  i love that.
i'm babbling, but i can't wait for this record.

elaine

~ hey you, with your words undone, i'll be the powerful one
  i'm ready to leave all this wreckage behind ~ rose

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anyone out there going to the knoxville concert on thursday?
:-)  orbs

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thank you everyone!  i am now up to my umbilicus in warm fuzzies.  you are
all wonderful peoples.  you have made my day much better...even though the
kitchen still looks like hiroshima the day after.  may your freshly washed
car repel evil birdies.

dawn

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hey everyone,

i was looking over ticketbastard web site last night and found the tabernacle
date fore the ig's in december. today when i check, i don't see it listed.

anyone have a clue what the deal is?

more later
k<---------who is a fortunate one and lives close to tower records that stays
open till 12:30 am on mondays just for people who can't wait till the
morning.

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        reply to:   re>>philosophy of loss

>okay, now who can't wait to hear "philosophy of loss" so they can witness
>first-hand this sound that leslie compares to the sister singing the "hula
>song" in dirty dancing??

well, that's most likely just one of those tweaky things in my head that nobody understands but me. :)  so if you're listening to the song and can't figure out how the hell i made that connection, don't be surprised.  but listen to the line where she says "modern scribes write in jesus christ..." and that's where it is mostly.  "modern scribes"--that's it.  right there.  the way she sings those two words are what triggered the scary dirty dancing thoughts. :)  (emily, i am sooooooo sorry!)

leslie

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hey!  does anyone know how i can get my hands on cons tonight in dallas?
i've got to be on a plane first thing tomorrow morning and i was hoping to
be able to listen to it while flying.  who would sell it at midnight?

thank you,

diane l. hartley
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heys...

>question:
>is there anyone driving back to new york that night that might have room
>for moi?  or, in the alternative, is there anyone in the philly area
>who'd be willing to put me up for the night?  i'm a nice, polite, low
>maintenance  houseguest, and i'd have to leave early anyhow to catch a
>bus/train back to new york, so it really just requires a little square
>of carpeted floor...???

as has previously been announced here regarding the two philly shows...
andi and neil's apartment is open for houseguests!!!

and that's all i have to say about that.
although when andi finds out...

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ok. so i am now in the computer center on campus, i wandered in here not
knowing where else to go or what to do, b/c i missed the 6:00 shuttle from
campus to my apt. and i am sooooooooooooo tired and my backpack weighs a good
30lbs and i have a headache from hell and i dont feel like dealing with a 25
minute walk....... plus i am starving. so it's either starve for another hour
on campus until the next shuttle, or pass out on the walk home to get
food.........
i have been listening to cons bootleg all day and i am so psyched for
tomorrow.  i made everyone listen to it in the costume shop where i put in a
whopping 10 hours of 'work' a week. they seemed to enjoy it....
i was so bored in my philosophy class today (it's a good class, but the prof.
resembles a muppet and is like 3 feet tall and he just rambles on and on and
on (like i'm doing!) so i just couldnt stay awake. so to make time pass
faster, i wrote ig lyrics in my notebook, then tried to list all songs (all of
them - covers too) in alphabetical order. then i tried to list all songs from
each individual album in alph. order. i tell you, sports fans, that is a
wonderful little game. and then the prof. said 'hammer' for some reason, so i
started drawing hammers and nails and writing lyrics....
oh, here's a cute little story to end my annoying babble........
last week when i saw my dad, in the midst of all the funeral stuff i was
forced to admit that i have forgotten my pin code for my atm card and have
therefore been unable to withdraw any $ in weeks. i just didnt want to bother
him since he had a lot of stuff on his mind, but i had to b/c i am
poooooooooor... so he said, in response to my forgetting the #, "well, when's
amy's birthday?"  i've never been prouder of my dad.......
hope you're all having a great day..........
countdown continues......
-karen

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review of friday's nashville, tn show........long

stereo popsicle opened

go
cold beer
chickenman
power of two
shame on you
soon to be nothing
land of canaan
chiapas bound
peace tonight
shed your skin
ghost
ozilene
gone again
trouble
faye tucker
galileo

encore

kid fears
midnight train to georgia (with stereo popsicle)
closer to fine

imagine my excitement when i found out thursday that the girls were
playing
< 3 hours away!!  having moved to the midwest a little over a month ago,
i
was very disappointed to see the ma dates, with nothing close to me in
southern illinois.  we booked a hotel and bought tickets the day before
the
show.  the excitement was huge!!!  especially after running out on the
21st
expecting to buy their new album, only to find out that it was not
coming
out until the 28th!!!

friday afternoon comes and we pack up the car for our short road trip.
we
got goinga little late and time was going to be cutting it close.  we
headed
down the road.  we hit traffic getting to the interstate, and again on
the
interstate for repaving.  we were debating whether or not we would get
in
before show time.  not hearing anthing about an opening act, except that
they usually have one, we were certain that we'd miss part of the show.

as we started to get close to nashville, we decided that if they came on
before 8 we'd miss some of the show............then the thumping
starts...thump, thump thump!  a flat tire!  i bought a brand new car so
getting stuck on the side of the road wouldn't happen!  was i wrong.  so
30
minutes later, after changing flat on rt 24 south, we were on our way
again.
certain to have missed them come on stage.   we found the venue and
followed
a longer than expected line of cars into the show, considering it was
already 7:45 pm.  we made it to willcall, just as the music started,
"not
too bad i thought, we'll at least hear the first song".  it didn't take
long
to discover that wasn't amy and emily singing!  no offense to stereo
popsicle, but we were so psyched.  we picked up our tickets, headed
inside
and enjoyed a much needed beer and bite to eat.  getting a chance to
unwind
before a & e hit the stage.

all in all a fine show.  it was my first time seeing the girls in the
south,
and i don't know if the crowds are different than up north, but i was a
little disappointed by the crowd.  they didn't seem to respond to the
girls
lyrics the way i am used to.  i am not trying to be harsh against the
fans
in nashville, but after seeing the girls 15+ times over the last 8 years
these are just my observations.

the new songs were good, they may take a little time to grow on me the
way
some did on sots.  the first time i heard chiapas bound i hated it.  but
i
loved it on friday.  we enjoyed a fine chickenman (another song that
grew on
me, took me three years to like this one!).  hearing the new songs, most
for
the first time, but we saw some last summer, was enjoyable--however i
wish i
had a chance to listen to the album before the show.  looks like i'll
just
have to get tickets for some other venue;-)

highlights for me were:

power of two -- always been one of my fave's
ghost -- i can never hear this song too many times!
kid fears -- one of my fave's, i keep hoping that some time i see them
play
it that michael stipe will pop out on stage!
midnight train -- love this song, first time seeing it live!

amy made references to it being the first show of the tour and that they
were messing up!  actually made for a more enjoyable evening, seeing
them
react to their miscues!

before ctf, amy asked whether or not to play closer to fine or something
else.  they had the crowd vote by means of applause.  ctf won hands
down,
but i have to agree with amy on this one, i would much rather have them
mix
up the ending....play ctf to start the encore or before the final song
once
in a while would be great.  i would have loved to have heard nashville,
seeing as it was my first trip there.

what is everybody else's thoughts on this?

sorry to be so long winded--

--mike


ps.  i am about to acquire a dat->cdr recording of this show, recorded
center of the venue, next to the soundboard.  if there is interest i
will
seed a tree, cd-r or analog only, unless someone with dat capabilities
wants
to handle a dat branch.

email if interested.

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>>hey!  does anyone know how i can get my hands on cons tonight in dallas?
i've got to be on a plane first thing tomorrow morning and i was hoping to
be able to listen to it while flying.  who would sell it at midnight?<<

i'm not sure what you have in dallas but most tower records and virgin
records after midnight.  good luck!

sue

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in a message dated 9/27/99 4:13:54 pm pacific daylight time,
taylorchk2@aol.com writes:

<< >>hey!  does anyone know how i can get my hands on cons tonight in dallas?
i've got to be on a plane first thing tomorrow morning and i was hoping to
be able to listen to it while flying.  who would sell it at midnight?<<

i'm not sure what you have in dallas but most tower records and virgin
records after midnight.  good luck!

sue

  >>

ummm...that should read...."most tower records and virgin records are open
after midnight."  sheesh...3rd time out of lurk mode and i screw up the post!


sue

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in a message dated 09/27/1999 6:06:21 pm eastern daylight time,
dhartley@winstar.com writes:

<< hey!  does anyone know how i can get my hands on cons tonight in dallas?
i've got to be on a plane first thing tomorrow morning and i was hoping to
be able to listen to it while flying.  who would sell it at midnight? >>

i am going to media play tonight at midnight to get mine...tomorrow is a big
day for new releases, so they are having a special midnight madness sale.  i
don't know about any other stores, but maybe because of all the releases......
mary

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aaarrgh!  i am so jealous i can't stand it!!!!   they always come here, why
aren't they coming here!!???   <whine>  so close, (albany) and yet so
far.....i can't stand it.  the reviews are killing me. they sound so happy
and cheerful and talkative. please say a prayer that they will book a show in
the greater buffalo area so i don't have to break down into tears.......
    there's a whole week in october after nyc and nj that there is nothing
going on at the arts center ...maybe if alot of us send really good vibes,
they will come here then, becuase i cannot wait until after christmas or
sometime.....if ever...
ok, i am going to buy the new cd in only 4 hours, so i am better now.....
*we now return you to your ig list, already in progress*
mary.

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in a message dated 09/27/1999 1:12:46 pm eastern daylight time,
telane@trigon.com writes:

<<  mike confessed he gets
nervous talking to sulli (that's lisa sullivan for the newbies - she's their
guitar tech - the blonde chickie who brings em her electric during the banjo
switch in the shame on you video).  >>

post happy tonigh, i guess...
lisa?!  sulli's name is lisa?   never would have guessed that in a million
years....

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i've heard some people on lists talking about expensive tickets lately,
mostly melissa etheridge, but i thought i'd add that i love the fact that ig
prices are usually very reasonable - compared to the cost of one ticket for
bette "divine miss m" midler - $140/each - for msg in nyc - last section on
the floor - what are you going to see from back there ??? i might as well
stay home and watch one of her movies !!!!!!!

that feels much better !!!

chris

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at 04:14 pm 09/26/1999 edt, shannon mast wrote:
>hey all,
>
>since i don't have a good indie store close to me (that i know of, anyway--i
>just moved), i pre-ordered cons from cd-now.  for those of you who did the
>same thing, any idea when they're going to send those out?

two weeks ago, i pre-ordered cons and another cd -the new adam
sandler- which was due to be released last tuesday, the 21st.
i paid for the most expensive shipping option, which was the fedex
overnight/next business day deal (like $3.77).  in the case of that
cd, it did arrive on time, as expected, on tuesday- its release date.
so i'm only hoping that my cons will be here tomorrow.

oh, yeah, and if you chose the next day air shipping, your package
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is *supposed* to arrive before 10:00 am.  mine did last week.
i had it sent to where i work so i'd be there to sign for it, and also
so i can pop it in the cd changer for the drive home.  i'm looking
forward to tomorrow!

leigh ann

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hey folks,
they updated the epic site....new pictures, you can listen to cons!!!
go go go!

lia

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well, i just had to share with people who understand my elation...

i get to see ig on november 5th in la with my little sisters, my mom, and my
girlfriend!!!!!!!

    thanks,

cindy :)))))))))

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since i've been asked for the lyrics to philosophy of loss, i figured i'd post it for everyone.  feel free to share if you think it's something different.  heather davis and i have been figuring out the hard parts, and here's our consensus:

welcome to why the church has died
in the heart of the exile, in the kingdom of fate.
who owns the land and keeps the commands,
and marries itself to the state.

modern scribes write 'in jesus christ, everyone is free'.
and the doors open wide to all straight men and women,
but they are not open to me.

who is teaching kids to be soldiers?
to be marked by a plain white cross?
and we kill just a little to save a lot more,
the philosophy of loss.

and there are a few who would be true out of love,
and love is hard.
and don't think that our hands haven't shoveled the dirt,
of all their central american graveyards.

doctors and witch hunters stripped you bare,
left you nothing for your earthy sins.
yeah but who made this noise? just a bunch of boys.
and the one with the most toys wins.

and who is teaching kids to be gamblers?
life is a coin toss.
and of course, what you give up is what you gain.
the philosophy of loss.

whatever has happened to anyone else
could happen to you and to me.
the end of my youth was the possible truth
that it all happens randomly.

so who is teaching kids to be leaders?

and the way that it is is meant to be.
the philosophy of loss.

great song, eh?
leslie

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    well kiddies it's an exciting night so i thought i'd share and say hello.
i'm here at home in the process of packing for the fun filled days to come.
i'm leaving tomorrow night (on that midnight plane to georgia), all pun
intended. where i'll be meeting friends to head up to the birmingham show on
wed. night. should be a great time (to much excitement for words).

       then on thurs. were headed up to chatt. to meet a couple more friends
and list memebers who will join us on our adventure up to knoxville for the
show there.  looks to be a fun filled ig week with the new cd out tomorrow,
which of course will be used as travel music no less.  i do hope that some of
you will be at the shows and maybe we can all say hi. you can't miss me...lol
i'm di the 5'6 brunette with the pinkish-red face..lol  i had a photo
assingment that ended up giving me a bad sunburn yesterday.  "aloe! aloe! my
kingdom for some aloe!".  feel free to say hey if ya see me.

   oh oh oh!!! i almost forgot, a friend of mine is going to see if i can
help out with the lighting and sound  set up for the dallas show!!!  him and
his uncle do all the shows at the bronco bowl, ok he gets to have dinner with
all the performers and watch the show from the stage.  needless to say i
thought i would bust when he tells me that he's sure his uncle won't mind and
that he would show me what to do so i could help out.  of course as we all
know  sometimes things don't work out so i'm getting a ticket just in case.

   oh yeah and i almost forgot - monday oct. 11th ig will be on rosie
                                                        friday oct. 15th ig
will be on the view

hope to see some of you at the shows this week. enjoy the new cd tomorrow!

- di   (who's face is extremely hot and who is not getting her packing done)
;o)

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can anyone guess why they would put such a song with such powerful lyrics as
a hidden track?? i can't imagine why!

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i have 1 ticket for sale for monday october 4 at tower theater in
philly.
it's orchestra right center, row qq, seat 117.
email me if interested.
jami
jamik@adelphia.net

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in a message dated 9/27/99 10:28:35 pm eastern daylight time,
shedyskin@aol.com writes:

> can anyone guess why they would put such a song with such powerful lyrics as
>  a hidden track?? i can't imagine why!

good question. i really agree. when i heard it, i told my friend that i felt
this was old-school emily stuff. reminiscent of  hey, jesus (actually after
hearing the tune i went and got my strange fire album and listened to hey,
jesus a few times)... but man, what a beautiful song, something i can really
identify with, something so simple and so beautiful... why would they stick
it on as a hidden track??

um. end.
peace,
  rick

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on mon, 27 sep 1999 18:01:58   lia kueck wrote:
>hey folks,
>they updated the epic site....new pictures, you can listen to cons!!!
>go go go!
>

yah, dreamy photo of emily by herself and a poetic pic of amy by herself... i love the one of them in the river... brrrr!

although the ig wallpaper is a bit scary... amy's got this photo enhanced red eye-rings... irrk... devil incarnate?

and did anyone manage to find the screen saver? i think the link is broken...

ah well...


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what is the address for the epic site?

thanks!

claudia

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>yah, dreamy photo of emily by herself

hi um, i'm an amy person but that picture of emily is absolutely gorgeous.
i just printed it out and it is now on my wall, wow. will i be converted to
an emily person? stay tuned (as if 800 hundred strangers--albeit intimate
ones) give a sh*t!

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just thought i'd let you all know that my computer and/or my internet
provider sucks.  i've been trying to listen to "peace tonight" (via
launch.com) for the past several hours, and it keeps rebuffering
every--seriously--five seconds.  ugh...and the "rebuffering process" takes
about 15-30 seconds each time, and i'm getting incredibly frustrated, and i
just know that cdnow isn't going to send my copy of cons for another 3
weeks, and...and...and...

so i should probably go to bed now...

just to let y'all know (since i'm sure you're all just fascinated) my car
has been christened "maggie."

and leslie, of course i remember you, sweetie! :)  "shannon and bethany
fame..." hee hee--that's funny. :) we're famous... ;)

shannon

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"sarah t. rosenblum" <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu> wrote:
>yah, dreamy photo of emily by herself

hi um, i'm an amy person but that picture of emily is absolutely gorgeous.
i just printed it out and it is now on my wall, wow. will i be converted to
an emily person? stay tuned (as if 800 hundred strangers--albeit intimate
ones) give a sh*t!

i think it's so hilarious how we all obsess over this stuff! i love it! i just
spent a good 20 min (i forced myself to stop) on the new epic site, and the
pics are awesome!  i must comment, however, on the one of them standing in the
field/swamp thing of frondy lily-pad esque vegetation. i love the pic, but is
it just me, or do they both look like they have to go to the bathroom *really
bad* ?  =0)
aaaaaaaaaahhhhhh, it feels like christmas. i feel like i did when i was 12
years old, bouncing off the walls,staying up all night in the hopes of a snow
day from school....
i cant wait for tomorrow! im distraught, however, that 'the boys just laugh'
isnt on cons.... after all, that's where the title came from!
well, goodnight for now kf's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
-k

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poor anna hidalgo isnt getting any mail....

(please tell me im not the only one getting billions of "mailer daemon"
{cracks me up every time} messages to inform me that she's 'not receiving' her
mail...  i feel bad for her, but i do find it rather amusing...the mailer
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hi y'all,

i was at work today and had absolutely nothing to do so i started flicking
through a star signs book that was lying around.  after i'd checked my own
out i looked up amy and emily's - how obsessive is it that i *even* know
their birthdays, but it makes it worse that i thought to look them
up!
for anyone who may be interested (and join my pathetic little club), emily
is a loyal person who despite travelling the world always loves to go home
(sounds pretty right, southland in the springtime) and amy is supposed to
be really competitive.

i need a new hobby,
maddie

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on mon, 27 sep 1999, karen murphy wrote:

> i think it's so hilarious how we all obsess over this stuff! i love it! i just
> spent a good 20 min (i forced myself to stop) on the new epic site, and the
> pics are awesome!  i must comment, however, on the one of them standing in the
> field/swamp thing of frondy lily-pad esque vegetation. i love the pic, but is
> it just me, or do they both look like they have to go to the bathroom *really
> bad* ?  =0)

hey people,

i think y'all crashed the site going to look at the pictures, 'cause i
just tried and it ain't there now . . .  :p  it's down or something . . .

        battle on,
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on mon, 27 sep 1999, sarah t. rosenblum wrote:

> >yah, dreamy photo of emily by herself
>
> hi um, i'm an amy person but that picture of emily is absolutely gorgeous.
> i just printed it out and it is now on my wall, wow. will i be converted to
> an emily person? stay tuned (as if 800 hundred strangers--albeit intimate
> ones) give a sh*t!

will it happen? who knows?  it's always possible, i say . . . <beg>
i'm staying tuned . . . both eyes glued to the screen . . . and as soon as
the site is back up i'll have to go out and buy a new color ink cartridge.

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love the  'a&e in the swamp' wallpaper.emily looks fabulous and amy's
newest, that we know of, tat is visible. i need a moment...

my highlight of the week: i had decided to forgo the portland show and
hold out for the seattle show i was sure was going to happen when the
eugene show was announced. follow along now. i figured since they were
going south, the possibility of seattle was slim so i'd better see if
there were any good tickets left and figure out how to get there and
back from vancouver in the middle of the week. tried ticketbastard a few
times and had resigned myself to the 11th row when on the 3rd try....ta
da. 3rd row, seat 1 - emily side i think. i'm sure i'll need a neck
brace the next day but i'll take it. the morale of the story...keep
trying.

have a fun tomorrow at the record store.

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dear aunt indigo:
i have a very uptight, straightlaced (in every sense of the word)
managerial type job. what excuse can i use to to get me out of the
office and to a record store tomorrow morning?

signed,
too many meetings to feel a cold coming on...

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and i'm going crazy because there's no record store within walking
distance of campus that'll be open at midnight... although as the ra on
duy, i'm not supposed to leave my complex until after 7am... but i
could've worked around that... ;-)

so now i'll be getting up early tomorrow morning to buy it at the store
that's just a block off campus.  at least i don't have any classes until
12:30! =)  the 2 good things about buying it there are that a) it's an
independent store... and b) i have a $2 coupon for any new cd there...

oh, and thanks to everyone who's been posting concert reviews... hearing
about the older stuff they've been playing makes me even more excited
for november... and has erased any doubts i might have had that i did
the best thing in buying tickets for both portland and eugene... =)

anxiously counting the hours until i can hear it... and forcing myself
not to listen to the clips online so it'll all be new to me tomorrow...

-shannon
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this web page from the ig tour site,
http://www.sonymusic.com/cgi-bin/gx.cgi/applogic+smo.tour.tour?vid=100
0579

lists an 11/3 performance at the wiltern... i guess this means that
they aren't coming to san diego :(

ticketmaster doesn't have this date listed yet...i wonder when it
will go on sale...

~renee

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thank [insert deity of choice here] for midnight release sales!!!
after patiently waiting, not listening to boots on purpose because i didn't
want to be disappointed in the non-live versions, i finally get to hear new
ig!   i opted to get the cd at a local indie store ("for the record", in
amherst ma) rather than mediaplay... so what *is* up with the "limited
edition" digipak?  are they releasing a certain number and then going for the
plastic case?  hmm...okay, i am now on song #3, a.k.a. gone again. ;)  to all
of you who are eagerly waiting 'til tomorrow...i think you will be very
pleasantly surprised.  i was trying not to get my hopes up since everyone has
been saying it's basically overproduced or whatever...let me just say that
i'm a huge fan of early ig music, and i love this new sound so far.  and em's
voice sounds sooooo powerful and raw and energetic on "trouble"!  i like
it...i love it...i will be listening to it nonstop.  and that's all i'm gonna
say 'bout that...=)
peace tonight,
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i don't know,  this whole new site has got me flusterred .  i suppose it
would help  if things weren't so chaotic over there, but then i suppse
that could be eliminated by  changing things little by little instead of
pulling the whole rug out.

i  wish that  more places like that would think of asking fans for
suggestins, or put some kind of questionnaire, so that we could all feel
like w're
important...a part of the process.  i feel that the changes were imposed
on  me (as changes usually are).

maybe i'll like the new site later when i'm used to it but right now it
looks like that day isn't going to be tonight.  oh well.
(sigh)


barb

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on mon, 27 sep 1999, barbara bordner wrote:

> i don't know,  this whole new site has got me flusterred .  i suppose it
> would help  if things weren't so chaotic over there, but then i suppse
> that could be eliminated by  changing things little by little instead of
> pulling the whole rug out.

   i wish record companies would concern themselves with such things as
usability and stuff.  all the flash in the world doesn't impress anybody,
if there's no content, or it's inaccessible.

   darius

"he's a charming man, as well as a holy man.  i told him he was also a
great showman, whereupon he took my 'fly' shades and put them on - the
first funky pontiff!"
   - bono

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hi all!

just got it at the record store.  packaging sucks.

go:  just a hair overproduced.  i wanted a big acapella "rock's cool but the
struggle is better" and i didn't get it.  wah.  couldn't hear joan osborne.
what does the spoken part say?

soon be to nothing:  mmmmm....  yeah.  those dreading the lack of harmonies
on this album, never fear.  just listen carefully to this one.  what is a
cicada shell?

gone again: a hair overproduced.  i wanted a bit more accoustic.  call me
traditionalist.  does anyone know why gone again is capitalized in the
lyrics sheet?

trouble:  new, great, experimental harmonies.  i like them.  a real stretch,
a good one.  and a mixture of harmonies and vocal rhythm, very nice.  i
don't see it as a happy song.  what does the spoken part say?

sister:  oh my fnarking gawd this is amazing!!  worth the 15 bucks all by
itself.  what does emily sing over the second verse?

peace tonight:  much better without the every-30-seconds-buffering break.
fun, poppy, not as meaningful as usual.

ozilline:  yeah!  i can visualize us all, heads by our speakers, trying to
make out every single word amy's matriarch says.  a meditation on mortality
with an odd celebratory note.  do i detect ms. ray is coming to terms with
death?  ask her where it hurts.  what's a cutbank?  anyone else hearing joan
osborne where she isn't?

we are together:  *this,* ladies and gentlemen, not peace tonight, is part
iii of the emily love trilogy.  what gives with the dog and the rabbit?  an
allusion i'm not getting?

cold beer and remote control:  dare i blaspheme?  i dare.  i found it kinda
boring.  but, dayam, ms. crow adds such dimension.  can i change my vote for
the third indigo girl?

compromise:  punk.  love it.  dark, political, rowdy, pissed off.
everything punk is at its best.  coup is misspelled.  want solo album.  want
now.  what are words that wind (as in breeze, not as in meander)?

andy:  beautiful.  sweet.  troubled.  sad.  what the hell is it about?

faye tucker:  doesn't live up to live, but it's still pretty amazing.  amy
growls!  holy sh**, that feindish laugh!!  that wailing is amazing.

sister reprise:  cool storm.  cool accoustics.  haunting.  love it.  if you
ever get the urge to do ig karioke, here's your chance!

philosophy of loss:  such incongruity.  the melody is so bright, and so...
emily.  not at all what i expected from the lyrics, but i liked it a lot.  i
think i expected something lyrically darker.  can someone repost the lyrics
please?  i'm a loser, i lost them.

general impressions:  there's a lot more going on lyrically in this album
than is printed.  lots of subtleties i'm sure we'll all be begging to
capture over the next few months.  generally, i like it.  a lot.  i'm a
little wierded by cold beer and the production on go and gone again, but i'm
doing okay with it.  i think my 3 faves are andy, faye tucker, and sister.
but i'm already having a hard time picking faves, so that's a good thing!

so that's the new album, ladies and gents!

chris ii

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just got the new cd.....in echoing carrie's words, thank goddess for midnight
madness!!!
    i love it....it's fun and upbeat and different.  i had heard some of the
new songs, but i think they have done a great job with the production.  i am
no pro and don't claim to know anything about making records, all i know is
what i like and i love this new cd.
    but i too have a question, like chris, *what is a cicada shell?*  i
remember a while back, kara brought it up, because is was mentioned somewhere
else.  (rungek, help me out here.....)
    sots seemed to take forever to grow on me.  not so with cons.   i am
hooked.
can't wait for ya'll to hear it too......

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i swore i wouldn't contribute to the flood of midnight madness
e-mails...but but but i have no will power!
so, i was third in line and i got the last poster!!

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hi everybody,
i actually like the new site,  however it crashed my browser the first time i
hit it. the download seemed to start looping and the little netscape icon was
doing some damn thing i've never seen before and the only way i got it to stop
was to disconnect entirely. i would agree it's a little on the cumbersome side
in terms of navigation, but i like the pictures. would have been nice to find
chatters in the chat room. i was wondering yesterday why somebody hadn't put
some corn on the site, or at least something green...

kc

hicktruckdriver wrote:

> on mon, 27 sep 1999, barbara bordner wrote:
>
> > i don't know,  this whole new site has got me flusterred .  i suppose it
> > would help  if things weren't so chaotic over there, but then i suppse
> > that could be eliminated by  changing things little by little instead of
> > pulling the whole rug out.
>
>    i wish record companies would concern themselves with such things as
> usability and stuff.  all the flash in the world doesn't impress anybody,
> if there's no content, or it's inaccessible.
>
>    darius
>
> "he's a charming man, as well as a holy man.  i told him he was also a
>  great showman, whereupon he took my 'fly' shades and put them on - the
>  first funky pontiff!"
>    - bono
>
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finally i got in at the new site and i love the new pictures,   i didn't
think i would get in tonight,  but i kept ontrying anyway.  i stil say
it will be awhile before i like it. isn't it funny?  last time, with
sots if i remember, the site
was about a month in the making, wasn't it?
anyway.

peace

barb

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>>mailer daemon says that  my mail is undeliverable because *anna hidalgo
(mailbox or conference is full.)*
    now, of course i wan't paying attention when everyone was commenting
about these notices...what do they mean?

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   midnight.  house of guitars.  they gave me a creed poster, too.  (my
joy is boundless...where were you rochester ig fans?!?)
   the packaging bites.  i like the little girl picture, in a disturbing
sort of way, but...no points on this one, 'specially when it's sitting
next to 1200 curfews.

   go: too controlled, for my tastes.  i like the sentiment, the idea, the
lyrics, the riffs - but the song just screams for uncontrolled walls of
feedback, and all we get is the token mid-'90s "look, i turned around and
now i'm facing my amplifier.  cool, huh?" stuff at the beginning and the
end of the song.

   soon to be nothing: nice harmonies.  it doesn't grab me, though.

   gone again: great rootsy vibe.  it makes me happy.  nice and tight.

   trouble: it sorta sounds like an '80s rem cover, only there are
understandable lyrics.  this is not a bad thing.

   sister: *droooool*  political, brooding, heavy, lots of cymbal
crashes, and somebody's got their guitar tremolo goin'.

   peace tonight: cute and poppy.

   ozilene: nice back-porch vibe.  you know how the best pop songs in the
world have your car going 10mph faster, and then one day you're listening
to the lyrics, and you go, "damn, that's depressing!"  this would be the
one.

   we are together: jury's out on this one.  it doesn't grab me, but i
don't hate it either.  must...listen...more....

   cold beer: this is catchy.  i like it.  up 'til this point, the moments
on this album have been all amy's (and i'm generally an emily kinda
person) - but this track has me swaying in my chair and riffing on the
acoustic.  familiar theme, familiar chord progressions...

   compromise: all those bands back in high school who used to say, "we're
punk." as an excuse for not being able to play their instruments should
listen to this track.  of course, they should probably also listen to the
sex pistols and pete townshend, but we all know better...
   can't we just let the feedback do it's own thing?  why must we control
it?  i do not understand!

   andy: beautiful.  love that slide guitar.

   faye tucker: i don't understand the mixing on this one - i was
listening through my truck's stereo, which is pretty nice, but overly
bass-heavy on most stuff, and this one just didn't have the punch.
bringing up the bass and drums would have helped a lot.  great vocals, and
natacha atlas adds a lot.

   sister reprise: wow.  it's definitely the most atmospheric thing ig
have ever done.  which means it must be overproduced.  :)

   philosophy of loss: bright, cheery, and...oh my, listen to those
lyrics.  definitely the most traditionally folky entry out of the bunch,
and again - a strong emily song on an album that i think is pretty
amy-dominated.

   overall, it's a strong showing.  how it holds up will be determined
over time, i think, but i don't regret making the drive.  besides, i got a
free creed poster.

   darius

"he's a charming man, as well as a holy man.  i told him he was also a
great showman, whereupon he took my 'fly' shades and put them on - the
first funky pontiff!"
   - bono

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i think anna is the invisible list member. like maris on frazier or lars on
mary tyler moore. or that creepy back fence neighbor from... what was it?
tool time.

maybe this should be renamed the anna hidalgo memorial list. or maybe we
should start a web site in her honor and post all the returned messages to a
board there. god, this is making me sad. or maybe we should launch a
foundation for missing persons in her name. we could use it to fund public
television programs on the hugeness of society and the mystery of the
individual. the incursion of technology and the wonder of the soft machine -
what does it really mean? ted koppel will do a nightline special. barbara
walters will interview an empty chair. peter jennings will broadcast live
from the windy edge of nowhere. search engines will sort and parse and come
back "sorry sorry... no matches found for your request". we will turn our
backs on the blue glow of broadcast and netcast and lonely, take it to bed
with us.

anna hidalgo. you are missed.

yours in solidarity and insomnia,
kc

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i am desolate.

kc

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on tue, 28 sep 1999 nyka95@aol.com wrote:

>     but i too have a question, like chris, *what is a cicada shell?*  i

cicadas are large bugs that chirp very loud, and very often.  (i know
this last part, because you can hear them chirping really loudly in the
background of a lot of outdoor scenes on xena.)  i think they're sort of
beetlish . . . not sure . . .

so a cicada shell, i guess, is the exoskeleton of one.

        battle on,
        shanie
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hey!

this is all so exciting!  new ig album!!!  anyway, i kind of wish i were at home to take part in midnight sales, free posters, ect.  my friend toye feels the same way i do.  he is the world's biggest tori fan, and tori's album wasn't released in japan (on 21 september) either.  anyway, we both feel like we're missing out on so much (me with ig, he with tori).  but i am anxiously awaitting a small package from amazon.com

in the meanwhile, i am working on getting my japanese friends to listen to ig.  dude, they all like the backstreet boys and stuff like that (usually if it is american or australian, they love it.  so maybe i can spread the ig word).  i bought my friend swamp-o a few weeks ago, and she likes it (you can buy some of their older cd's here, but only at really large cd stores.  and they usually cost about 2,800 yen, which is about $28 usd).

anyway, i really hope there is a tour this spring!  i am so envious of everyone who got to hear the wood song and power of 2 and ghost!  ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh!  withdrawl!

anyway...hurry your butts up, amazon.com!

:-) karen


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hey y'all,
ah, but see the interesting thing about cicadas is,
they only hatch every *14* years. this is a very rare
& interesting phenomenon in the insect world, & i'm
sure that if i'd heard this song, i'd be able to point
out some deep, moving analogies/imagery em is using...
but alas, i will have to wait until cons is delivered
to my mailbox. soon, i hope.
peace,
arjuna
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
"there was a waiting,
for blood, for woman
for something that was to make me wise
like hair, like boys
years and years of it
and to think all that time
the cicadas were in their shells,
waiting as well, to crack open, to emerge..."
-me, from my poem 'cicada' (see? em & i are on the
same wavelenth!)
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i loooooooooooooove the new indigo girls web site!  the pictures rock.  anyway, i am downloading the screensaver and wallpaper as i type!

:-) karen


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ok, so for the past half hour, i have been driving everyone around me insane by loading up the indigo girls wave files and listening to them while screaming the words along (i have a horrible voice, btw).  anyway, i am sure everyone thinks i am crazy, but what the hell...

ok...need to get off the ig website to actually see japan tonite...

;-) karen


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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 08:16:25 -0400
reply-to:     neil <neily@netreach.net>
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hey...

avoided posting a cons review 'cause you're all going to buy it anyway and make up your own minds...

but... (didn't ya know that was coming)

three thoughts on philosophy of loss

1) musically, it bears more than a passing resemblance to 'i don't want to live on the moon' by ernie (of sesame street fame). i kid you not.

2) <<can anyone guess why they would put such a song with such powerful lyrics as a hidden track?? i can't imagine why!>>

i don't think that's the reason. musically it's just different to the rest of the album (it's 'lighter' and emily sings solo etc.) it would be out of place there (in the same was as the sister reprise). and also, i don't think the igs would shy away from putting something like that on the 'main' album if they wanted to...

3) the lyrics _really_ bug me. because, i guess, the church we go to is as accepting of everyong (in this case the comparison is of gays as it is straight people). it just makes me want to scream 'you're wrong, damnit!' at the cd player... (as well as sing 'i don't want to live on the moon' at the appropriate place). so either i'm wrong and am missing the point (so someone, please explain) or this song's just not for me, and i don't like that last option.

maybe i should have just stuck to no. 1.

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:17:02 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
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09/23/99 chattanooga, tn memorial auditorium
(423)757-5042 (local #) [*cancelled*]

hkf's,

i just was deleting this info from my site and wanted to post this number
for anyone who needs to return their chatty tickets in order to get a
refund.  you need to mail in the ticket plus the yellow receipt that came
with it back to the ticket office.  you can get the address to send it to
them by calling them or i believe it's the same address that's on their
envelope that the tickets came in.

that's about it.  i hope target has the cons already cause i'm on my way...

a+e=ig

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:13:37 edt
reply-to:     shannon mast <shannonmast@hotmail.com>
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okay, i apologize for being so post-happy of late, but i can't help it...
neil, i can't tell you how happy it makes me that someone else listens to
ernie and bert songs and knows the "i don't want to live on the moon" song.
now i'm going to be singing it all day...which is not necessarily conducive
to writing a relavent newspaper article...

shannon

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:53:33 edt
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in a message dated 9/28/99 1:44:44 am central daylight time,
sgb29641@csun.edu writes:

<< cicadas are large bugs that chirp very loud, and very often.  (i know
this last part, because you can hear them chirping really loudly in the
background of a lot of outdoor scenes on xena.)  i think they're sort of
beetlish . . . not sure . . .

so a cicada shell, i guess, is the exoskeleton of one. >>

and in the south, in the fall, you can find them stuck on pine trees, like
their owners just walked off and abandoned their skins, which is, i guess,
exactly what happened.  when i was a kid, we used to collect them by the
dozens.  i grew up in sc.  haven't heard the new album yet, so i'm curious
about the cicada reference.

peace,

pam in big d

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:58:57 -0400
reply-to:     sarah pinsker <spinsker@goucher.edu>
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when you're done spending your money on cons, go see sonia and disappear
fear at the bottom line tonight, tuesday de 28th. there are two shows. i'll
be there, very sleepy in a stripy shirt since i'm coming straight from work
in baltimore. awesome live show that won't break the bank.
on an indigo girls note, i got to hear the first few songs on the album
yesterday, albeit up a staircase and around a corner. from what i heard it
seems like another big amy showcase. i like.

sarah

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 10:31:59 -0400
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this sounds interesting.

elaine

>official word has it that ani's new cd to be called "to the teeth" will >be released on november 16th,1999

this is from the ani list - when does she have time to  eat and sleep ?

http://www.gliff.org/ani/rbr/repfall99.html

>
> http://www.gliff.org/ani/rbr/repfall99.html
>
>
>
> please send any response to this message by friday, oct. 1 to
> fieldrep@righteousbabe.com, not to rbrinfo@aol.com. due to the expected
> volume of responses, we will not be able to consider applicants who respond
> after the deadline or to the wrong e-mail address. thanks!
>
> -- ron e, rbr minister of communications
>
> rbr needs you!
>
> if you live in (or very near) ...
>
> norfolk, va
> asheville, nc
> raleigh, nc
> atlanta, ga
> blacksburg, va
> new orleans, la
> austin, tx
> dallas, tx
> houston, tx
> kalamazoo, mi
> olean, ny
> gettysburg, pa
>
>
> righteous babe records is currently seeking two volunteers in each city
> listed
> above to serve as field reps for ani difranco's fall 99 tour. if you're
> selected,
> we'll provide you with promotional packages containing posters, postcards
> and
> other goodies to be distributed around the streets and shops of your town.
> in
> exchange, you'll receive our undying gratitude plus a pair of tickets to the
> concert, an rbr t-shirt, stickers, buttons, and a copy of the latest release
> from
> righteous babe, arto lindsay's swell new album prize; we'll also be cooking
> up a few contests with appropriately fabulous prizes.
>
> to fill these positions, we're looking for some enthusiastic, reliable ani
> fans
> with enough spare time to blanket the hipster sections of their town with
> wholesome rbr propaganda. to be considered, just copy the super-simple
> questions below and e-mail your answers to:
>
>                  fieldrep@righteousbabe.com
>
> by friday, october 1, 1999 at the very latest. (please note that these are
> the
> only cities on the tour where we're lookin' for reps. also note that we will
> only
> contact you if you are selected as a field rep.)
>
> (and remember: please do not send your replies to rbrinfo@aol.com --
> we've got enough unanswered e-mail at this address already!)
>
> 1. your name:
> street address:
> phone:
> age:
> e-mail address:
>
>
> 2. tell us a little about yourself. (for instance: education,access to
> transportation, future plans, other interests, etc. whatever you think we
> ought to
> know.)
>
> 3. tell us a little about ani (ie, why are you willing to devote a portion
> of your
> spare time to this crazy volunteer job for her?).
>
> 4. bonus round: do you know what time it would be if we were on mars?
>
>
>
>
>
>
>

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 10:26:23 -0700
reply-to:     lisa tatonetti <tatonetti.2@osu.edu>
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hkfs,
woo hoo! woohoo! can i hear a "woohoo!"?  ok, let me join in the general
gushing.  i really like this album.  after hearing it quite a few times
live and now on the cd, "go" is on its way to becoming my all-time fav
song.  i am keeping this short, knowing all the posts that are going to
happen today, and just want to comment on the general reaction so far.
i've seen several folks say they think cons is "amy-dominated." (i think
darius was the exact quote here :)  based on my early listens i'm having
the opposite reaction.  even though i am a tried (to be?) and true amy
person, i find em's songs hitting more squarely for me. i *love* "soon to
be nothing" and the chorus of "trouble" has such a catchy tune.  i'll look
forward to hearing everyone's thoughts.  oh, what a happy day in ig land.
:) lisa

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seriously, it's only life afterall."--emily saliers

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 10:28:18 edt
reply-to:     be soul <oneopendoor@hotmail.com>
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hey,

i'm wondering if anyone has a clue whether or not the hidden tracks will be
on the cassettes.  i never get cd's.
thanks,

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subject:      orlando date?
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anyone know why the oct 23rd orlando tour date has mysteriously =
disappeared from the tour itinerary on the ig site?!

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 10:49:46 edt
reply-to:     hunterj1@aol.com
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subject:      where is the listmistress?  jan ?
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maybe she can set ms. hildago free so her account doesn't keep the list tied
up.

thanks

jude :)

"i have traveled the length and breadth of this country and talked with
the best people, and i can assure you that data processing is a fad that
won't last out the year."
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i have finally mastered the art of setting my vcr!  so i want to tape the
upcoming ig appearances.  i got rosie's time and channel down but can't find
the view anywhere in the listings.  what channel is it on?

thanks,

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 10:09:03 -0500
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tried to send you email, but it bounced.  please email me asap regarding
your boot.  thanks.
----------------------------------------------------------
sheryl jones
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cooper seay page:
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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 08:09:30 pdt
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hi all,

this may have been said already but please support your local record stores
whenever able!  i know of one store (disc go round) where the owners are a
young  couple trying to make it and i try to always go to them.  yeah, i
could go to curcit city or media play but then what about the little guys?
the same thing happened to the grocery store; pop's used to be able to
support his family running his store and it was something special to the
area.  now biggs and walmart runns everything and whereever i go there is a
mcdonalds. it is the same everywhere you go and it is gross. o.k. im off my
soapbox. on my way to the record store!!!!


sara the sunflower

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:23:20 -0600
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i have been lucky enough to get my hands on some promo flats for the cons
release.  they are nothing spectacular - 12"x12".  the photo on front is the
girl with the stick and knife - indigo girls - come on now social.  the back
is nice.  just "indigo girls" and a nice background.  i'd like to trade.

and (this is going to sound totally off the wall) i'm looking for quarters!
i'm trying to collect the new "state" quarters from each mint.  and since i
live in albuquerque, i have more than my share of denver minted quarters.
anyone that can get me a set of the state quarters from either philadelphia
or san francisco can have a promo flat.  i think there are four right now -
delaware, new jersey, philadelphia and georgia (sort of appropriate, huh?).

e-mail me privately if your interested.

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hi all,

this may have been said already but please support your local record stores
whenever able!  i know of one store (disc go round) where the owners are a
young  couple trying to make it and i try to always go to them.  yeah, i
could go to curcit city or media play but then what about the little guys?
the same thing happened to the grocery store; pop's used to be able to
support his family running his store and it was something special to the
area.  now biggs and walmart runns everything and whereever i go there is a
mcdonalds. it is the same everywhere you go and it is gross. o.k. im off my
soapbox. on my way to the record store!!!!


sara the sunflower


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with this in mind, i'm currently on my way out the door to a local store
that i found in the yellow pages, "on cue." (i don't think it's a big
chain...right??)  anyway, i checked my cd-now status, and it said
"processing..." bah!  to @#$! with them, i'm buying it now! ;)

off to the races,
shannon

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 12:14:57 -0400
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ok, for all of you that were at the atlanta lilith fair did you notice how
the first night amy was wearing cleats.  what was that about?  i am only
bringing it up because in the new pictures she is wearing the same outfit
with the cleats.  any comments on that?
still wondering,
heather

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 09:02:35 -0700
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hi sarah!
where did you buy your cd that you got a poster?
thank you!
lynn

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i swore i wouldn't contribute to the flood of midnight madness
e-mails...but but but i have no will power!
so, i was third in line and i got the last poster!!

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just heard interview with emily on local radio.  i was excited, so now =
don't know what i am about the concert 2 nite! =20

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what i cant find is the individual pics you guys keep
talking about any one want to give me a suggestion?


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yes, the hidden songs are on the tape, which i was "forced" to buy
this morning on my way to school because the music store didn't have
the cds in yet...  but that's ok because i love this album and the
guy that works there knows i was waiting for it so he said he'd put
aside any promo stuff they might get for me. if i get extras, i'll
let everyone know.
~renee

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>i'm wondering if anyone has a clue whether or not the hidden tracks will be
>on the cassettes.  i never get cd's.
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just click on the little picture of the album cover on the side of the main
stuff...that should take you to the pics <sigh> and the diary stuff
too...has anyone gotten the screen saver to work?
let me just say, i have no complaints at all...this album is
unbelievable...way more than what i expected. i love the stuff with amy's
grandma at the beginning of ozilene. :)
lia
is it just me or does today feel like a holiday? happy day!

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i have it!!!!!! unfortunately i'm listening to it with a competing bass
backbeat from the girls next door... oh, well... i'm in the middle of
gone again right now, and although i agree that this is a departure from
their older work, definitely more produced, i like it so far.

... oh my goddess!! i love trouble!!! i had to stop typing there while
that song was playing... wow!

so, anyway, the 'limited edition digipack' must be pretty limited,
because my local store only had jewel cases... and i got there about
5-10 minutes after the store opened.  they didn't have any promo
material for ig, but i bought the new tori at the same time and got a
lithograph of her...sister is really fabulous, too...

sorry for the somewhat random nature of this post, but i'm really
excited...

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i went to 2 music stores at lunch.  no ig on the shelves.  i asked about it at both places.  they said it's probably still in their shipment boxes.  so, half of today is gone and i still don't have my dang hands on the new album.  after work, i can go to a real record store and hopefully get it.  can you believe that crap???

maybe by tonight, i can join the rest of you!
exasperated!
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i'm listening to "peace tonight" on the radio right now.  cool!
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oh my god, i love this album.

'nuff said.

amy m.

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hey all!
lia asked if today felt like a holiday...i'm shouting out a big yes. i am
avoiding any and all work i should be doing for my classes (including 100
some pages for history) just to listen to the new album. i got a call from
my sister in seattle with the new album playing in the background, my
roommates left me notes on our dry erase board--are you excited? and
rm158-pro-indigo! yes, today is definitely a holiday. :) just thought i'd
share. i'm so excited i have no idea what the heck i'm typing. :)
becky-
as the last few notes of cold beer blast from my stereo :)
ps-i absolutely love sister...it's beautiful.

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first let me say that i have the album here on my desk at work with plans to
rush home in 10 minutes to put it in the cd player while i make dinner.

i know that i get carried away sometimes with little things that bug me, but
i've seen a lot of people on the list and online that use ya'll instead of
the correct version of y'all (you all).  i wasn't going to say anything, but
i had to gasp as i read emily's thank you note....(ya'll are my friends)  i
don't know what's with me. please excuse this little rant-- it is in no way
a flame and needs no flames!  emily is still a goddess!

loving indigo--
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ok so yeah - new album - woo hoo!

i usually prefer amy's music to emily's but i have to say cold beer and remote
control rocks.  i like it a lot.

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oh my god!

i was so blown away by this cd that i got lost
coming out of boston common - how embarrassing.

it's awesome.  no time left to chat - i'm reading
my digest mail now.  will write back later.

bye for now.

cathy

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hey all--

just got cons...listened to about 3/4s of it over lunch...mmmm...tasty

sister kicks my butt...ask diane--i don't think i breathed the first time i
heard it live, and this time, over my eggplant and hot peppers, i just
closed my eyes and let myself be absorbed...the reprise makes me want to
dance--some slow, rhythmic swaying across a floor...more incentive to get my
room clean.

soon to be nothing--i liked it better live.  it just doesn't quite work for
me this way. at least as not as well as the suffragette version.  it seems
too pat, too polished...and the instruments don't all seem in sync with the
vocals.

go--more music to sing along to on the el ride home.  whee.

comprimise--amyrayisapunkrocker...much salivation for the hypothetical solo
album.  this song rocks.  jilly--could it be?  are my tastes getting more
edgy?  maybe i should listen to come again...i blame it all on you ;)...

random note #112: does anyone else notice the resemblance between
"philosophy of loss" and carrie newcomer's "who have you been"--not so much
the lyrics, but  musically...i only heard the first verse of "philosophy"
before diving back into the office, but i like it...

shel

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sorry, i think i missed all the website stuff...... are you talking about the
epic website? and...ermm..... if so..... why can't i get it to work? ;) any
help would be soooo cool.

eagerly awaiting her turn for a trip to the music store,
katie ;)

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i'm so happy, i couldn't think of anything but a smile to put in the subject
line...

so, to make a long story short, i finally found the local record store and
bought the dang thing--yay!!  i'm a happy girl. incidentally, i think the
other shannon (from oregon, yes?) on this list could be my alter ego--i also
bought tori and asked for promos, to no avail.

is it just me, or is this whole album overwhelmingly happy-sounding?  maybe
it's just such a change from the overall feel of sots, which, to me, sounded
largely either pissed-off or eerie (sans, of course, the happy-go-lucky soy
and gotm).  i have to say that so far i love the new stuff--although i wish
they'd throw that whistle-y thing away in gone again. isn't amy cute enough
doin' her little whistle thang??

i'll probably be back later with an actual review, but for right now the
boss is hovering...

bye y'all! (and i have to say, that improper contraction thing bothered me,
too--you weren't the only one!)

shannon

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so what's the deal with the dates in san francisco?  there were two shows
11/6 and 11/8.  now epic is showing just one on 11/8 at the warfield.
anyone heard that the berkeley communictiy theater show has been canceled?
and have the tickets gone on sale?
trying to be patient.....
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hey y'all or ya'll....
classes? homework? oh yeah! well, i guess the whole world isn't stopping
just because the new album came out today...
ok, instead of rambling on about the new album (which i could very easily
do), i'll ask a question...has anybody looked into the spoken word stuff by
meridel le sueur in go? i'd love to know what amy is saying. anyway...i hope
everyone has a terrific day!

lia
still crossing my fingers for midwest tour dates...


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"a couple beats"
"cool, i can handle a couple beats"
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whee...see, jill?  you're not the only one that gets trafically sidetracked
while listening to music.

>i was so blown away by this cd that i got lost
>coming out of boston common - how embarrassing.

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i've actually heard from expert sources that either is acceptable, though i'm
with you on using y'all!

pam in big d

and don't you just love "sister," "gone again," "trouble," "andy," and "fay
tucker!"  the rest are growing on me :-)

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>comprimise--amyrayisapunkrocker... maybe i should listen to come again

a. amyrayisindeedapunkrocker.
b. everyone should go listen to come.  http://www.matador.recs.com and click
on 'come' under the list of bands.
c. i feel a definite folk-punk genre creation/revolution on the horizon.
okay, actually, i think i oughta lead it.  any disciples out there?

i can dish 'em out but i can't read em in,
(referring to the fact that when you send your listserv subscription to 'set
indigo-girls nomail,' you can still send messages, you just don't get any
listmail.  heh heh heh.)
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ok so the name of the album is lyrics from a song that isnt on the album.  that
makes me sad because i heard about boys just laugh but i havent heard it yet
and i wish it was on here.

whine

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well, i started out my day with some wonderful woman
pulling out in front of me. luckily for me my car was
only dented up a bit, actually tee hee it drives
better now. then i had to read all of the lovely
reveiws you guys have posted. knowing that i cant get
mine till friday....sniff sniff...and then i access
the new site. ohhhhhhhhhh myyyyyyyyyyy gooooooodness.
my background has changed so many times this morning
it aint even funny. :o)  but i will have to wait to
hear the lovely new tunes till i get it friday. unless
i can talk a jo-beth employee into putting it on their
house account for me. oh well gotta run. i am supposed
to be working but have nto been doing much since i
finally got into work this morning. after watching the
front of soemone elses car go flying past my
windshield. it was kinda funny i guess, but i was
singing to gone again as it flew by and well..you
know...:o) feeling a bit silly today...you guys enjoy
and i will get my chance soon to hear it.


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i have spent the better part of the day downloading .wav files from the new
epic site!  they have them arranged by album and i dnl'ded all of cons, so,
1200, and the self-titled one.  if you have winamp, go for it :)  any of
these cuts anyone wants?

jude :)

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 12:50:33 -0700
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these, surely, aren't full-length tracks off the albums, are they?
aren't they typically 30-second samples of the songs?

hunterj1@aol.com wrote:
>
> i have spent the better part of the day downloading .wav files from the new
> epic site!  they have them arranged by album and i dnl'ded all of cons, so,
> 1200, and the self-titled one.  if you have winamp, go for it :)  any of
> these cuts anyone wants?

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 13:18:28 -0700
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ok, so i finally downloaded the freakin thing and went
to use it but i cant use it on windows nt. what gives.
that bites. oh well i will try it at home but there i
have windows 98....what gives with that man?


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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 16:08:13 edt
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can someone repost the site address?  also, i am on a disabled income and
want so badly to get cons.  where is the absolute least expensive place to
buy it?  thanks
chance

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 20:07:44 gmt
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hey all-

taking a chance that this might be of use to some of you.  my stepmother
just set up a site on surviving ovarian cancer, www.couragecaps.com

with her story, as well as support resources, and a line of hats and
greeting cards (this woman amazes me...).

take care,
shel

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 13:16:07 pdt
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i got cons at best buy for $12.99...that's probably about the cheapest you
can get it....but then again, support indie music stores :)

lia
who is posting waaaay to much today

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 20:26:17 gmt
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no, no, not the government...
the album--i got it at rock records downtown for $12.99.
cheap--and they're indie.

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 16:39:21 edt
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for those looking for the words to the beginning of ozilline:

---------------
grandma o.  "...he did, he observed saturday as the sabbath"

amy: "what...what kind of faith does that make him?"

grandma:  "uhh, he didn't have one"

amy:  "oh, ok"

grandma: "he didn't believe in any one thing, he would go out on the street
and all the kids would play the... with a drum like thing, some kind of an
instrument, yeah, and mama played the organ.  she had a ___ organ and she
played that and she got a real big kick out of it."
-----------------------
that's all i could gather.  i couldn't hear through the bass....even with
turning the big speakers off and trying to listen through the center speaker
only...hmm...if anyone can hear it please let us know.

thanks,
amy

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 13:42:54 -0700
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so i love the new album so far. that's about the only good thing goin'
on today. actually, i've gotten about 4 hours of sleep combined in the
last two nights because work is so crazy, and because last night the
closing manager at tower swore up and down she would sell me the album
if i came in shortly before midnight. so i drove the 20 min. to get
there, and then she said she couldn't/wouldn't sell it to me tomorrow.
grrr.

so this morning i had to go to my new neurologist at 8am. he was late,
so i didn't get out of the hospital until 10, and missed half of my
very-important meeting at work, but i still managed to buy cons because
the record store was on the way, and five minutes isn't that big of a
deal when you're already late.

i blasted go. five times in a row on the way to work. why? because my
dr. told me if i *ever* have another seizure or dizzy spell, no matter
how mild, he has to report it to the state and i will lose my driver's
license. granted, this does make sense, but i've never had a loss of
consciousness in my entire life, and i'm currently medicated to the
gills, and am about to go on yet another medication, so i'll be double
medicated for the next two months and sick as a dog probably.

i'm so very frustrated. i just want to go home and cry, but i've got
this stupid deadline tomorrow at work and at least 20 more hours of work
to do to finish it up. and i know it's a privlidge to have a driver's
license, and that i should feel lucky for being sorta-healthy, but i'm
still pissed at life in general.

so go has become my favorite angry song. and i'm so happy to finally
have gone again on cd, and trouble...wow... i can understand the recent
discussion of people converting to emily-worship. me, i'm still an
amy-girl, but trouble...wow. i didn't know emily could growl so good.

sorry for whining, but if i didn't get this out, i wouldn't be able to
get anything done this afternoon/evening...

*sigh*

love,
amy

ps - the new pics are awesome. *sigh*

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 16:49:15 edt
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well, this is my first post to the list, hope everything works okay.  i'm
going to add my two cents to the cons reviews since i love reading everyone
else's.

go-  i wish i could combine the passion of the suffragette sessions with the
clarity of this version.  still it rocks!

soon be to nothing - does the be before the to trip up anyone else.  on
subsequent listen throughs, it's growing on me.

gone again - i love the bounce in this song where's sheryl?

trouble - cool lyrics.  emily does hard rock.  where's joan?

sister - haunting, beautiful atmosphere.

peace tonight - i love the breezy feel of this song.

oziline - a sitting on the back porch on a muggy night listening to
grandma's old stories kind of feel.  love the beat.

we are together - kind of bland.  need more listening.

cold beer and remote control - nice melody.  where's sheryl?

compromise - amy does punk.  cool.

andy - see wat

faye tucker - sounds like they threw many sounds as possible into one song.
works well.  love amy's laugh.

rep. - haunting      phil of loss - light music for kind of dark words

my wrap up. 1. my favorites so far are go, gone again, peace tonight, and
sister.  2.  i can hardly detect sheryl and joan's backing vocals 3.i kind
of miss the soul-reaching harmonies that initially attracted me to their
music.  it all kind of seems buried in the mix now.  but i still love this
album.

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 13:56:23 -0700
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so, who noticed that in the liner notes of cons amy thanks someone named
"tanners"? could be any tie-in with shame on you??? just curious...
also, emily's notes were really cute. "my sweet friendables (ya'll are
_my_ friends!)"???? how cute!!!

later,
amy

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:12:47 -0400
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. . . .you are walking back to campus after just having purchased cons,
all giddy and smiling and ecstatic with wild delight, and you swear you
see miss amy ray herself walking around on the streets of pittsburgh and
getting on a bus. . . .except you know that amy is in fact in georgia,
*not* pittsburgh, and you're just delusional. (not that i'd know this
from experience or anything. . .i don't know why you would think such a
thing.) :-)

oh, and by the way, whoever it was (lia?) that suggested today should be
a holiday. . . .oh my, i wholeheartedly agree! this is ten thousand
times more exciting than christmas ever was for me when i was little
(and i aboslutely looooooved christmas). you know how little kids can
never sleep the night before christmas, and they're always up at, like,
6:00 in the morning, all energetic and excited? well, that we me last
night and this morning - i sat up soooo late playing on the new epic
website, and i kept having to tell myself, "kristina, go to bed, it's
okay, it'll still be here tomorrow." and i actually woke up a whole hour
before my 8:00 class (not at 5 mins. to eight like i usually do!) - very
awake and not at all sleepy despite very little sleep the night before.
yes, this is a strange and extremely rare occurrence. . .see what amy
and emily do to me? such a positive influence. . .it's amazing what a
little indigo can do. :-)

anyway, thanks for listening to me ramble, y'all ( <------ there's my
preferred spelling of that word, for those who are interested!). have a
wonderful rest of this wonderful blessed day!!

love and music,
kristina :-)

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:07:59 edt
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i have a few questions maybe someone could answer for me:

1.  were they selling shirts, hats, etc...at the recent shows

2. who is the opening act for the knoxville show (i thought someone said 3fc
but i
    am not sure)

3. how long does the opening act play?  (i'm gonna be a little late and don't
want to
    miss any of the ig set if possible)

thanks
luann

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i know that the dates that the girls are going to be on different shows have
been mentioned already, but could someone do me a favor and let me know what
shows and what dates again?  i don't have cable right now and i need to
arrange for my friend to tape everything for me.  thanks!!

and i havn't traded boots in ages, so if anyone has any of the newer stuff to
trade that'd be cool:

http://expage.com/page/myigpage

and one last thing, i'm going to see the girls in philly on monday and this
summer i got a minidisc recorder, that i have never recorded with, so any
advice would be wonderful.  and does anyone know if the tower theater is
strict about that kind of stuff?

thanks -

jen

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:12:39 edt
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can someone please tell me where i can get ig stuff ie. posters, stickers,
hats, etc?
i have this incredible urge to display my great esteem for them...especially
today!

cindy

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these are still early impressions, mind you, but here goes:

emily wasn't kidding when she said this album was basically two solo efforts
with each one singing backing vocals on the other's tracks.  there's practically
nothing that qualifies as pure "indigo girls" collaborative sound as far as i
can hear.  that's too bad, and quite a loss.  in fact, some of these songs even
sound better as the more pure solo efforts that they still are on that "to be
expected '99" boot.

go
again, thanks to the "to be expected '99" boot, i was reminded how much better i
liked this song when it was "problem child".  i tend not to like songs that try
too hard to be anthems.  still, there's things to like here: the "reverse"
guitar underneath the verses and i do like the addition of the "did they tell
you it was set in stone ..." bridge.

soon be to nothing
here's a song that loses something in this slick studio production.  this song
does not need a drum underneath keeping a toe-tapping beat going.  it should be
quiet and proceed at its own pace.  it hasn't been "indigo"-ized.  it's still
essentially in its original form as an emily solo song.  so why not just leave
it purely as emily all by herself?  the backing vocals are unnecessary.  a
personal statement like this doesn't need backing voices.  a pet peeve: too many
times in this song, she takes breaths right in the middle of words.  you're not
supposed to breathe until the end of a clause, let alone the end of a word, but
"un ... raveling" -- yikes!

gone again
don't much like the song.  the arrangement doesn't necessarily add or detract
from that initial impression.  it's ok.  it actually goes down a bit peppier
live than it does here.  (in fact, a lot of these tracks seem a bit sedate after
having heard them with their live energy first, but i guess that's to be
expected.)

trouble
i have absolutely no idea why this track didn't jump out to them as the obvious
first single, especially if the "it's emily's turn" rule is in effect.  this is
_way_ the [heck] better than "peace tonight".  energetic, electric and
confident.  it's great!  "get to the point of it!!!"  love it!  this actually
could have been a radio hit for them, i think.  "peace tonight" ain't going
nowhere on the charts.  think the record company shied away from this because of
the overt gay references in the lyric?  if so, it's too bad 'cause they're doing
ig and their public a disservice.  this track's a standout.

sister
it's been slowed down a bit too much, here, i think.  still, it's hard to do too
much damage to this one.  love the banjo accompaniment and emily's ethereal
backing vocal here.  amy doesn't do the "heeeeyyyy" moan right after "you come
undone" the same she does live, though.  it's not as good here.  what the [heck]
is emily saying underneath the last verse?

"i wish i was a (?)walrus(?)
a baby at my breast"
(?)...(?)"

this song's too strong for any arrangement to mess it up.  it's great anyway
they do it.  love the howling dogs at the end.

peace tonight
kind of slow to be the first single.  very ordinary lyrics.  bland.  very
vh1-ish.  yikes!  here's an example of where it seems like emily is being
influenced (to her detriment) by solo singers like vonda shepherd.  they could
very easily have "indigo"-ized this track in the same vein as "reunion", but it
doesn't have a duet feel at all.  the horns don't particularly do anything for
me one way or the other.  i can't fathom how anybody thought this was suitable
to be released as a single.  there's nothing special about this at all.

ozilline
love the song.  this arrangement is pretty good, too.  glad to see amy's not
completely taken over by her penchant to be a hard-rocker.  love the spare
mandolin and banjo underneath "i had to put the dog down".  what's the backing
vocal that emily is singing?

we are together
they dressed it up in a nice arrangment, but there's not much of a song here.
eminently skippable track.

cold beer and remote control
i still cannot figure out whether emily is sympathizing with the working slob
plight she's describing or whether she actually has disdain for the lost
ambition.  musically, i like the song and the arrangement as well.  i just can't
figure out what her take is.  here's a song begging for a video to explain the
tone.

compromise
i fear this song represents the future direction amy is headed in, especially on
her solo "punk rock" album.  it's not that it's bad.  i like this track.  it's
just that as a pure hard rocker, amy's only mediocre.  her greatness has more to
do with the range of styles she can pull off, her subject matter in her lyrics,
and the passion she puts into even the quietest ballads.  as long as they're not
all like this, i can take a little bit of this new direction.  really like the
chorus.

andy
nice enough but, again, it's basically an emily solo song with amy singing
backup.  ho hum.  the arrangement and their breathy vocals kind of put me to
sleep, though.

faye tucker
is there a reason (related to faye tucker) for this track to have the celtic
arrangement, or is it just due to the influence of sinead o'connor's band
playing backup?  it's a nice sound, and actually more reigned-in than i was
expecting after having heard it live so much already.  the outro with natacha
atlas is a nice touch.

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bonus tracks
here's a real peeve: they don't have separate track numbers, so you have to sit
through "faye tucker" to get to them from your (or mine, at least) cd player.
(of course, once i copy this to cassette so i can listen to it in my car, where
i do most of my music listening anyway, i can fast-forward to whatever track i
want.)

sister (reprise)
i like the rain shower sounds and that percussion reminds me of their underheard
track, "letter to eve" (off of the pete seeger tribute album, where have all the
flowers gone).  don't know why she just didn't do a complete rendition of the
song with this different arrangement, though.  this suggestion only teases you
as to what might have been.

philosophy of loss
this track sounds decidedly more clear than the rest of them, for some reason.
emily's voice seems clearer as well.  always like her voice backed up by piano.
kind of a sunny-sounding song that doesn't quite fit the bitter undertone to the
lyric, though.  odd.

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somehow these arrangements seem less adventurous than shaming of the sun.
there's a clearer divergence of their musical styles here than on any album to
date.  at least sots had "get out the map" which still had some playful vocal
interplay between the two of them.  there's none of that here, i'm afraid.
there's a few good songs here ("soon be to nothing", "sister", "ozilline", "cold
beer and remote control") and a few good tracks ("trouble", "compromise", "faye
tucker") but a major oeuvre, i'm afraid, this ain't.

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:30:32 -0400
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> have a wonderful rest of this wonderful blessed day!!

okay, yeah, so i can't talk! i can't believe i actually wrote that!! i'm
usually a little more coherent than that. . .honest. . .

love and music,
kristina :-)

* * * * *
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        hold fast to that languageless connection." - emily saliers

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:24:44 edt
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in a message dated 9/28/99 5:19:48 pm eastern daylight time,
usul@mindspring.com writes:

> "i wish i was a (?)walrus(?)
>  a baby at my breast"

i listened to it on the reliable ol' discman & i believe she's saying "i wish
i was a mother/a baby at my breast"

i've enjoyed reading all the reviews guys!!! it really is sort of like a
holiday. :)

rick

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 23:30:19 +0100
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it's nearly 6 years ago since ig played in belgium again....so if they =
don't come to belgium,i'll just have to go to the usa to see them... :)

october,8.....dc,,,,here i come!! :))))

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 17:11:39 -0600
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okay.  got the cd on my lunch hour.  listened in the truck on the way back
to work.  plugged it into the computer and put on the headphones.  despite
some of the doomsayers on this list (with a wink, guys, okay?), i really
like the new sound.  something different, something old, something new,
something borrowed, something blue ... makes me think of a party or a
celebration of passage into new sounds and experiments.  or kickin' it on
the couch on a saturday afternoon with friends.

i already know some of the songs will be all time favorites ... some will
grow on me (like chickenman did) ... one or two i won't really think about
often, but i'll still treasure them when i hear them again and think "yeah,
you know i like this one too".

just my version of a review.  i didn't get as technical as some other
people, but maybe i'm not as musically trained.  i just know what i like to
listen to.  amy & emily really touch my heart with their music.

a+e=ig

s

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date:         tue, 28 sep 1999 19:14:34 -0400
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well, i got off work, and talked my friend leeza into putting it on her
house account for me until i do my tarot seminar friday at jo-beth's and i
now have the new album!!!!! yeah!!!!

what can i say, i love it. yes, i can see where it might be a bit over
produced, but i like the new sound, of course i have been listening to it on
my live setting on my stereo, but the new song rock. i love trouble. this is
one of my favorites on the whole album. philosophy of loss is amazing. pure
emily poetic prophetic and beautiful.  i am impressed with emily's songs on
the album she is truly growing and expanding her already amazing talents.
amy's songs are pure amy the anger is there,  the southern soul shines
through in gone again and ozilene. and the punk styles of compromise and go
are wow.....i love it. sister is so haunting. i can see myself sitting on my
balcony with the rain falling down outside listening to this and writing.
true ig!!!!!! i said this once before but as our lovely ladies grow and
mature so does their music. this is the proof. the teen angst is more subtle
and the passionate righteous anger has taken over. all i can say is
wow!!!!!!

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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:         tue, 28 sep 1999 19:27:35 -0400
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and i lost the email to remind myself when both of these shows are on...is
it perchance tomorrow? repeat info would be greatly appreciated, lest i be
forced to find and then search the archives!

diane

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> i have finally mastered the art of setting my vcr!  so i want to tape the
> upcoming ig appearances.  i got rosie's time and channel down but can't
find
> the view anywhere in the listings.  what channel is it on?
>
> thanks,
>
> jude :)
>
> "i think there is a world market for maybe five computers."
> --thomas watson, chairman of ibm, 1943
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ok i certainly thought there was a mail archive...but now i can't find =
any reference to it. figures. so if anyone can dig up that email that =
says when the tv appearances are and forward it to me =
(dispdmg@yahoo.com) i would grrrrrreatly appreciate it.

thanks

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i invited my friend to join the list, and for some reason she's having
trouble subscribing. i just wanted to make sure i was tellin her right.  so,
you send an e-mail to listserv@netspace.org, no subject, and then 'subscribe
indigo-girls her name'...
can someone share any insight? thanks

cindy

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peace tonight:

"we'll be wading in a river to our knees"

inspiration for the water photo inside the cd booklet and on the website ???

just a thought !!!

chris - bummed about the lack of photos included in the cd ... only 2 ???

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hey all (y') (ya'),
i just downloaded the screen saver from the epic site, and it's awesome! it
comes up as the album cover and the words indigo girls and come on now
social sorta float onto the screen....and then a clip from peace tonight
starts playing...then different promo pics flash in a little circle on the
screen...wow! i think i've posted about five hundred thousand times
today...but what the heck, it's a special occasion. have fun with your new
cd's everyone...and to those who don't have it yet...i'm sending good karma
your way to increase your chances of getting it as soon as possible :)
lia
somebody shut me up

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hi fellow ig fans! i just finished listening to cons for the first time,
below are my first impressions of this cd production, though most songs i've
heard from boots before. this cd generally does sound a little over-produced
to me.

go - the spoken word is a nice touch. the tempo is a little too slow for me
though.

soon to be nothing - emily really had cleaned up the lyrics for this one
since the first time we heard this on boot. remember all those messages we
had trying to figure out the lyrics? nice flow, though there are some places
i dont like the percussion. this would be even better if it's more acoustic
sounding with the ig signature intertwinding voices with beautiful harmonies.

gone again - a nice simple song. the percussion seems too heavy for me though.

trouble - glad to hear emily trying something different too. daring lyrics
too!!

sister - great tune! really touches me. dark and sad.

peace tonight -  since i listen to the cd from the 1st track i don't mind as
mucb hearing such a commercial song. but dont' like it when it's a stand
alone ig song on the radio.

ozilline - unlike go, the spoken words here seems excessive to me.

we're together - a regular pop song. i didn't care much for it.

cold beer - is it just my stereo, or the instument totally overwhelmed the
vocals? the electric guitar at the chorus really don't sound right.

compromise - go amy go! it rocks! i think i can imagine what amy's solo album
will sound like.

andy - a sweet love song. i'm sure in a little while i'll love it.

faye tucker - great song! love it! the end "chanting" could be shorter though.

philosophy of loss - great song!! totally love it! what is it a hidden track?
great singing too! maybe add a little ig harmony?

i'm really glad to hear amy keep pushing the boundaries. i'm a little
disappointed at emily's works though.
again, these are just 1st impressions, i'm sure my opinions will shift after
a month. anyone cares to agree or disagree?

peace
dorothy

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date:         wed, 29 sep 1999 08:57:07 +0900
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i just aclled (ie overseas, international call) amazon.com to find out when the hell they plan to ship my cd.  as of tuesday afternoon, it still hadn't gone out!  sob sob sob!  i thought that maybe if i pre-ordered it, they'd ship it a day early so i'd actually have it somewhat close to the release date.  i want my cons, damnit!!!  :-)

also, some of you e-mailed me about the new ig site.  oops, i am sorry, i did not mean that there is a new url.  the site i was referring to is the same old one:  www.indigogirls.com

off to class...

:-) karen


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