lifeblood: listlogs: 1999v01n122-news


ig-news-digest         tuesday, july 27 1999         volume 02 : number 122


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] ig tickets for sale             [jami klein <jamik@adelphia.net>]
  [ig-news] stanhope tix available  [stephanie strassel <strassel@babel.ling]
  [ig-news] front denver lilith ticket                   [nakedeye10@aol.com]
  [ig-news] lilith set lists - 7/23 & 7/24    [lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>]
  [ig-news] atlanta lilith igc long long long...  ["lane, tara e." <telane@t]


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date: mon, 26 jul 1999 11:00:57 -0400
from: jami klein <jamik@adelphia.net>
subject: [ig-news] ig tickets for sale


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

2 tickets for sale:
indigo girls
waterloo village in stanhope, nj
friday, aug 6 @ 8pm
section yellow   row h
$38 each or b/o

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date: mon, 26 jul 1999 10:16:00 -0400
from: stephanie strassel <strassel@babel.ling.upenn.edu>
subject: [ig-news] stanhope tix available


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

hi all -


i have one ticket for the waterloo village show available.  please email me
if you're interested.


steph


> info:
>
> ticket is for indigo girls w/ rose polenzani
> friday, aug. 6 8pm
> waterloo village
> stanhope, nj
>
> covered seating, yellow row yy seat 20
>
> cost: $40.75 ($30 for ticket; $5.75 ticketmaster 'inconvenience' charge, $2
> building fee, $3 ticketmaster handling charge)
>
> the show is sold out, lawn seats still available.

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date: sat, 24 jul 1999 09:56:19 edt
from: nakedeye10@aol.com
subject: [ig-news] front denver lilith ticket


i was just offerred a single seat in the 5th row center, behind the pit (102
eee), for the denver lilith show at fiddler's green on saturday 8/28.  the
price is 2x face value.  if anyone is interested, drop me an email.


lauren
(who's psyched that they're coming to my local lilith for the first time!)


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date: mon, 26 jul 1999 07:54:02 edt
from: lisa dupre <memememi@aol.com>
subject: [ig-news] lilith set lists - 7/23 & 7/24


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]

hi everyone,


i think i'll let someone else handle more details of the shows (which were
amazing!!!!), but here are the set lists for friday and saturday's lilith
shows.


they did play with their new band on both nights:   claire kinney - bass,
carol isaacs - keyboards/accoridan, caroline dale - cello, john reynolds -
drummer (and co-producer of the new cd).   sinead o'conner was there as well,
and she came out and played a song with them each night.


*friday, july 23rd*
shame on you
trouble  (new emily song - wow!!!!)
tried to be true
get out the map
sister
galileo
faye tucker
water is wide (with suzanne vega and sarah)
cold beer and remote control
go
turn back the pain (song with sinead o'connor (may be hers....... i'm not
familiar with her material, but she sang the lead)
closer to fine


*saturday, july 24th*
galileo
shame on you
trouble
compromise (w/me'shell ndegeocello playing bass) (new amy song - double
wow!!!!!!!)
take back the pain (again with sinead o'connor)
least complicated
gone again
cold beer and remote control
love's recovery (with sarah mclachlan)
go
closer to fine


as amazing as the show on friday was, the show on saturday was even a million
times better.    amy was so nervous on friday that she said she was going to
have a heart attack, but you certainly couldn't tell in the show.   there was
no evidence of any nerves.   just an amazing performance.   it's just that on
saturday, after a long day of heat, humidity, and rain, the crowd was even
more ready for them.   they were on their feet the whole set.    i heard that
there was a massive exit as soon as their set was over - that people sat in
the pouring rain just for their show.


someone else want to get into more specifics?
=)
lisa

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date: mon, 26 jul 1999 10:16:11 -0400
from: "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
subject: [ig-news] atlanta lilith igc long long long...


[sherlyn's note: this is an excerpt of a message which was
originally sent to the indigo girls mailing list at
netspace.org.]


[...]


indigo girls were originally scheduled to close out the friday show, but
they flip-flopped and played second to last instead.  amy was in her powder
blue leather pants and striped shirt and uh, um... sue me, i can't remember
what emily had on.  amy has a new electric guitar, i think it's a les paul,
but i could be wrong on that - it might be that ibanez that looks like a les
paul - anyhow, it's black.  they opened with shame on you, and it rocked as
usual.  amy said something about being so nervous that she thought she was
going to have a heart attack, but they seemed to be right on.  said
something about it being a long time since they played live.  of course,
they mentioned how great to be in atlanta, and that they just finished their
record three days ago.  said they were going to play some new songs, and
they did.  the new emily song "trouble" was amazing - i didn't take notes,
but distinctly remember a line about "when a woman can call another her
wife" - so it'll be interesting to hear the finished product on that one.
tried to be true was next, and it was good.  followed by get out the map,
which had a lot of people up and dancing.  amy's "sister" was next, and it
was powerful as ever.  i think they introduced the band somewhere in the
middle - it was strange not seeing jerry and sara up there, but sinead's
band did pretty well - although i think the drummer lost his place in a
couple of spots.  galileo was next followed by faye tucker.  i love that
song - it's really powerful and i love amy's growling on "tuckerrrrrr".
next was water is wide (with suzanne vega and sarah) - it was beautiful as
usual, but suzanne just can't compare to jewel on that one.  and sarah
didn't do that little vocal ramble that she usually does on the last note,
and i think that was unexpected, because right where it usually comes, emily
turned to her and gave her a little look and sarah just sorta smiled back
with a little 'oh well' expression.  i was hoping to hear cold beer and
remote control, because i had heard ya'll talk so much about it, and i was
glad they played it.  it rocked.  go was next and it was my favorite - i
pogo-ed, i bounced, i went nuts, i raised my hands high, i 'go-go-go'ed', i
think i annoyed the people behind me.  that song is awesome awesome awesome
with the band, and i can't wait to hear it on the new record - i think that
will definitely be the single for airplay.  sinead came out next and sang
"turn back the pain" - i hadn't heard that one but i think it's sinead's.
closer to fine was last as usual, and everyone came out to sing.  chrissie
hynde was trying so hard to keep up but it was obvious she didn't know the
song - and sang the last verse making up the tune and rhythm as she went
along, which surprisingly worked okay.  emily went to the 'bible' chorus
early, you know, how they repeat the chorus twice, and then do the 'bible'
part? well, emily went to that early, and amy turned around and looked at
her like 'what the hell?' and they both sorta laughed and emily went back to
the 'mountains' part.  i've *never* seen either miss a line in *that* song.
it was kinda funny.  i have to mention this... when they all said thanks and
left the stage and all, my gf started cracking up, and i was like, "what?
what's so funny?" and she said she never noticed before but amy's wave
cracked her up.  because everyone else was doing the shake your hand in the
air back and forth kind of wave, but amy was doing the little girl 'bye-bye'
wave (ya know, middle 2 fingers up and down) and for some reason that
cracked my susan up - she's a trip, what can i say.


ya'll have to forgive me i don't have a lot of detail on the sarah part of
the show - my mind just shuts down after ig, and i can't think of anything
else.  she played the usual stuff you would expect, adia, sweet surrender,
ice cream.  had a sing-along on one of her songs, and emily took a verse.
there was one part when chrissie was singing and a&e were on either side of
her mike coming in on the doo-wa parts or whatever and that was cute to
watch them bobbing back and forth.  when they left the stage, chrissie
kissed amy on the cheek and i was like "oh man!!! she got to kiss her!!!"
which cracked susan up... sarah's final encore was angel - which for me was
a perfect way for the evening to end because it was our 6 month anniversary,
and that song was playing first time we kissed.  and since we met over the
ig bbs and it was our first ig show together, it couldn't have been a more
perfect night. (that's just my little personal interlude...)


so.....


[...]


it was a great time - and i can't wait to see my fellow listees again during
the next tour.  ya'll take it easy til then!


- -tara

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