lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-04b


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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 19:20:47 -0700
reply-to:     julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
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subject:      re: ravinia
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can someone post the genral info for the ravinia show?
i really want to make this. thanks.

your favorite resident weirdo,
julie :)

--- "s. t. r." <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu> wrote:
> could someone tell me if tickets for the 6/20 ig
> concert at ravinia are
> only onsale for special contributers right now?
> sorry if i'm asking the
> obvious.
> thanks.
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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 19:26:12 -0700
reply-to:     julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
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with starbucks on their side, they still charged $45
in chicago. isn't it also wonderful how sarah would
not say the word "feminist" for the first year or so
of lilith fair? do you think she was afraid of being
labeled as a "lesbian tour"? that negative lesbian
stigma would certainly have taken away all her
audience members. gotta love that sarah and that
lilith fair.

--- ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com> wrote:
> uh, i don't remember paying so much for lilith fair.
> oh that's right, this
> is to help all us affluent gay people. lilith was
> only to help various
> wonen's shelters, health issues, rainn and other
> such piddling causes.
> amazing how much money lilith was  able to
> distribute without charging so
> much for tix...


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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 22:18:22 -0600
reply-to:     "s. t. r." <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu>
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from: julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
subject:      nigc - lilith comment
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org

>>with starbucks on their side, they still charged $45
in chicago. isn't it also wonderful how sarah would
not say the word "feminist" for the first year or so
of lilith fair? do you think she was afraid of being
labeled as a "lesbian tour"?

i don't think this is the case at all. sarah has herself been labeled a
lesbian (before she got married) and this hasn't seemed to be a problem for
her. rather, she has even courted this image with songs like adia and..that
other one on 'fumbling.' yeah, it sucked that sarah wouldn't call the tour
feminist, however, with the way that word has been stigmatized and with the
fact that she wanted the tour to be a sucess who can blame her?

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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 23:17:46 edt
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in a message dated 4/7/00 4:41:08 pm, neil@andineil.com writes:

<< >6.  just a little piece of bush stuff from that www.gwbush.com (an

anti-bush

>website).

>    "bush promised to declare war on domestic human rights abuses as

>president... etc.


this was part of an april fool's thing and totally untrue.

it does say that on the website, but i guess it's easily missed.

>>


i saw that april fools link at the bottom of the page, but i am of the
impression the link is the joke in and of itself - if you follow the link,
which states "did you get fooled by our april fools joke?" with the phrase
april fools hyperlinked.  when followed, it simply says upon a blank page:
"april fools!"   i do believe that is the joke in and of itself.  anyone else
have knowledge as to bush's stance on these things?

the site is www.gwbush.com, everyone feel free to decide this for yourself.

loving all this political dialogue,
lisa :o)

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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 20:36:20 -0700
reply-to:     julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
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from:         julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
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if she is a feminist, she should go ahead and say
that. the tour would of been a success anyway, most of
lilith's audience were gay women and she knew this. of
course she courted them. let's see. what did she have
to lose by saying "feminist"? obviously not her
audience; most lesbians i know are not scared away
when being labeled feminists. she had public opinion
as well as media concerns to think about. there are
still a lot of sexist conservative males alive and
kicking in this country. she also had corporate
sponsorship to think of. (big companies tend to be run
by conservative white men who care about pr issues).

who can blame her for not saying "feminist"? i can.
lilith had a tremendous amount of media attention and
a tremendous power to make a statement. instead, the
organizers of the tour decided to see to their other
priorities (one of the more important ones being
making money).

good day,
julie
the embittered mostly lesbian feminist

--- "s. t. r." <strosenblum@students.wisc.edu> wrote:
>
> i don't think this is the case at all. sarah has
> herself been labeled a
> lesbian (before she got married) and this hasn't
> seemed to be a problem for
> her. rather, she has even courted this image with
> songs like adia and..that
> other one on 'fumbling.' yeah, it sucked that sarah
> wouldn't call the tour
> feminist, however, with the way that word has been
> stigmatized and with the
> fact that she wanted the tour to be a sucess who can
> blame her?
>
> from: julie libes <indigonut@yahoo.com>
> >>with starbucks on their side, they still charged
> $45
> in chicago. isn't it also wonderful how sarah would
> not say the word "feminist" for the first year or so
> of lilith fair? do you think she was afraid of being
> labeled as a "lesbian tour"?

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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 23:42:00 edt
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danielle howle opened and was great.

sandy garfinkel from pittsburgh joined ig on a few songs.  i started writing
down when he played but forgot one so didn't write down any more.

hammer and a nail
don't wanna know - sandy garfinkel played too
cold beer and remote control - amy said that this song reminded her of when
emily worked in a kroger and emily said she quit because she was a bagger
and they wouln't promote her to cashier.
ozillene
least complicated
chickenman  - sandy garfinkel played too
andy
shame on you
get out the map
*brand new amy solo* - some words were "123" "marketplace" "demographic"
"white boy" "come on girls lets go down"  amy said it was her "lucy" story.
any one have any idea which song this is.  it was pretty intense.
philosophy of loss - emily solo
gone again
power of two
go
closer to fine


encore:
"little darlin'", i'm not sure of the title.  was about people who worked
with uranium in the west.
blister in the sun - with sandy and danielle howle.
galileo

have fun,
kris

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 00:45:54 edt
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hi,

ummmm, look, i'm really good at geography. i can name all 50 states and
capitals and for that matter i even know the canadian provinces.

but, i have no idea where this ravinia place is!!!!!!!

i know about the riviera, but that's in france and i'm aware of the ravin
diner but that's on long island someplace, someone please, where is
ravinia?!!!


joe


brooklyn ny

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date:         fri, 7 apr 2000 22:25:40 pdt
reply-to:     jessica krebs <bluekangaroo@hotmail.com>
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ok so i keep hearing people go on rants about everything lately whether it
be hrc, march on washington, lilith fair or why the chicken crossed the road
......
i noticed i was deleting more and more which as we all know we dont have to
read and we dont have to respond but i just wondered why it seems to me that
those who write these tetherball emails which are great to see others points
of views ever consider one thing which i have always been taught to try at
least before i say something :look at is as a spectrum. look at things as
either having no black or white to them ... yes, i know there are some
things they this may not apply to but well here are my thoughts....

on the hrc thing ...yes i was upset when they backed certain people , and
yes i am very active and was not pleased and did not send in money ..... but
at the same time they are also doing other good things so i will not condemn
them or say the march is terrible ...

i have five amzing friends who are going to it with me, i like many other
gay people am going for a fun time with friends in a comfortable atmosphere
....i dont think i will go to half the stuff i just want to be there and
have fun....

the lilith thing ..... how many places did lilith hit ? how much money did
they make ? this makes them able to give more than one big queer fest in dc
.... and for what you are getting to see i wouldnt complain....... theres
more to that but i will cut it short ....

basically be cautious about issues and with who you donate to but dont
forget what they have done for you ...organizations are a lot like people
they make mistakes and will have to pay for them ...
well im done for now-
the lil lesbian who hasnt the energy to think anymore tonight-
-jess

"understanding women is like nailing jello to a tree, there is no point in
the end you just have a mess on your hands"


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    alright, so nobody talks about menstruation.  it's "woman's curse", and
something to hide, right?  so, most of us are not very well-informed on this
topic!  how about supplies?  there are only tampons and pads... right?  well
lisa here has done a little research and realized that she was right in
feeling guilty flushing all those tampons and pitching all those pads.  think
different and you would be so surprised at how cool it can be - there are
cheaper, better for the environment, and safer alternatives!
    please if you ever do anything for me, read these two pages in their
entirety and give the keeper a chance - you won't regret it!  it's super
convenient and everything random girl says is true.  i love it!!  and might i
emphasize the three-month money back guarantee - try it, love it, keep it;
or try it, hate it, send it back.  please read these both in their entirety:

http://www.randomgirl.com/products.html
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let me know what you think and i want to talk to everyone on this list
anyways!  i'm holding you all accountable for reading this! peace out.

trying hard to fight the good fight,
lisa :o)

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 02:22:55 edt
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as y'all may have guessed, a great big whoops on that one... sometimes
address books are more of a curse than a blessing!!  forgive me, listees, for
i have sinned...

apologetically,
lisa

however, unapologetically, i would strongly encourage anyone, male or most
especially female, to check out those sites.  i am as passionate about the
cause as that email to friends conveyed, everything i said and she says is
true, and random girl is one cool chick!  email me with questions...
www.randomgirl.com/products.html
www.randomgirl.com/keeper.html

attempting to save the world,
lisa (again.)

over and out.

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 03:31:04 edt
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unfortunately the tickets for the ravinia show sold out within the first 6
hours they were on sale. ravinia decided to put extra seats on the reserved,
but as of about 3pm today there were only 30 seats left! thankfully gina and
i grabbed some tickets early on. the ravinia show is on the 20th of june at
8pm.. lawn tickets are $10, reserved pavillion seats are $35 and are only
available on the ravinia website "www.ravinia.com".. :) list meet before the
show???

gen and gina

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 07:19:06 edt
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http://www.pauserecord.com/events/newbandspotlight/kelly_hogan.html
april new band spotlight: kelly hogan & the pine valley cosmonauts

jude:)

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 10:48:34 -0400
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this was my first ever acoustic show and it was awesome.  there were two older people sitting next to me when the show started.  danielle howe came on and sang and she must have scared them away because they didn't return.  i over heard them talking about how they came because they heard it on the radio and they wanted to see what they were like.  i think that they were a little surprised at all the lesbians there.

anyhow, the show was awesome, the girls seemed very alive and excited to be playing.  i went to see them in dc in sept or oct of last year and they went as excited then to be playing.  last night they were jamming hard.

does any one know the name and the words of the new songs that amy sang.  if you do please post, i wasn only able to catch a few.

sarah

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i heard danileel howe on a indigo girl pay per view concert from boston,
wildwood i think.

i did not like her at all. as a matter of fact, i can only think of one,
maybe two opening acts the girls have had that i did like;

reel big fish, i saw then at radio city music hall in nyc,

and my favorite guest appearance was by michelle malone. i saw her open for
them in the rosland during a short "map" tour as they were promoting sos
before it's release. michelle totaly rocks, she's raw and raspy like amy and
rocking like mellisa ethridge but alone on stage with her guitar like the
girls. she's mint.

but i didn't like opening acts like:

falan. she was really bad, she opened for ig at hofstra universty on long
island. she had really long songs , that all sounded alike and at the end
when emilly asked her to come on and sing ctf, she was given a solo during
the "...i stoped at a bar...." verse and falan forgot the words!!!!!! yes we
did boo her

danille howe, i didn't like her voice, or stage presence or songs and she
seemed all uncomforable up there.

"lay-la-lee"(i'm sure i butchered that name), they were the woman who sing
background on "shed your skin" i saw then at madison square garden in nyc and
thought they were extreamly unique, but too much "oooo la, la, ahhhh la
leeee" for me.

so i love michelle malone and haven't found anyone else worth talking about
as an opening act

funny note the first time i saw them mathew sweet was opening, i think he had
a song called "girlfriend". i'm not sure it was 1992 and i was not intrested
in any opening act although, i do remember no being too impressed with
him......anyone know where he is now?


joe

brooklyn ny

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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 12:45:02 -0400
reply-to:     mark donajkowski <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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i wanna thank you for sending this to the list
ive sent it to my female friends

on sat, 8 apr 2000 tryng2bme@aol.com wrote:

>     alright, so nobody talks about menstruation.  it's "woman's curse", and
> something to hide, right?  so, most of us are not very well-informed on this
> topic!  how about supplies?  there are only tampons and pads... right?  well
> lisa here has done a little research and realized that she was right in
> feeling guilty flushing all those tampons and pitching all those pads.  think
> different and you would be so surprised at how cool it can be - there are
> cheaper, better for the environment, and safer alternatives!
>     please if you ever do anything for me, read these two pages in their
> entirety and give the keeper a chance - you won't regret it!  it's super
> convenient and everything random girl says is true.  i love it!!  and might i
> emphasize the three-month money back guarantee - try it, love it, keep it;
> or try it, hate it, send it back.  please read these both in their entirety:
>
> http://www.randomgirl.com/products.html
> http://www.randomgirl.com/keeper.html
>
> let me know what you think and i want to talk to everyone on this list
> anyways!  i'm holding you all accountable for reading this! peace out.
>
> trying hard to fight the good fight,
> lisa :o)
>
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date:         sat, 8 apr 2000 10:05:59 -0700
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--- joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com> wrote:
> i heard danileel howe on a indigo girl pay per view
> concert from boston,
> wildwood i think. i did not like her at all.
i saw danielle and the tantrums open for ig a few
years ago and i remember thinking they were loud, but
once you got past the thought of "noise"  they were
good.  i've heard some recordings by danielle and i
really liked those, but a friend of mine who saw her
do a writers-in-the-round show at eddies attic with
michelle malone and amy thought she was terrible.  i
guess it's a matter of opinion, but at least give her
a chance.

> and my favorite guest appearance was by michelle
> malone.  michelle totaly rocks
yeah she does :)

> but i didn't like opening acts like:
>
> falan.
ummm...  i think you meant ferron.  she opened for my
first ig show, and yeah her songs did sound pretty
similar, but then i didn't even know half the ig songs
then either, so i don't claim to be a good judge. her
lyrics are wonderful though

> "lay-la-lee"(i'm sure i butchered that name)
yeah, that's ulali - they sang backup on a bunch of
sots songs.  i think they're wonderful, i got to see
them at the wow hall back home in eugene, or and i
thought they were amazing

just had to comment on those. :)
thanks,
laurel


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i also have a friend who went to this (or something similar) and said he
wasn't too impressed with danielle until after amy, michelle, and danielle
did a song together and amy turned to danielle laughing and said, "did you
just make all that up?" (yes, she had)... and it was really good.
so, although i didn't love danielle (and the tantrums) when i saw them a few
years ago at a show in tn, i will give any artist who amy likes/respects a
second chance.

megan (o:,'

>>>>i've heard some recordings by danielle and i
really liked those, but a friend of mine who saw her
do a writers-in-the-round show at eddies attic with
michelle malone and amy thought she was terrible.  i
guess it's a matter of opinion, but at least give her
a chance.

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sorry about the nigc, but i have two ani tickets i won't be able to use
for thursday's concert in santa rosa. they are general admission and we
paid $71 for them through ticketbastard. given the late notice, though,
i'd be happy to sell them for $50 or best offer. please let me know if
you're interested or if you know someone who might be!

thanks -
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for more on menstruation...

http://www.pirg.ca/~bloodsisters/sisters.html

for anyone going to the michigan womyn's festival, bloodsisters will be
there.

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ravinia is in highland park, illinois, just north of chicago accassible by the metra train line (in fact, there is even a ravinia stop.  i would advise taking the train since parking is a pain).  i think the tix are going fast, but you can try www.ravinia.org  i am in row r and i ordered on thursday.  who knows, though, you may still be able to get tickets or lawn seats...

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i am here to ask for a little help.  my niece carlee will be 1 year old =
in may and she loves to dance.  i am going to make a cd of ig songs that =
i think will inspire this creative side of her.  so far i have songs =
like wild wild party in the loquat tree, hammer and a nail, love of the =
common people, uncle john's band, and shed your skin (remix version).  =
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dance please let me know so i can add them to the cd.  i appreciate your =
help.

jason lee
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i  have watched the pay per view performance hundreds of times, and
while i'm not too crazy
about daniell  howel's  appeaance in general,
(i didn't appreciate  amy and emily iterrupting their set to  have her
on, when  i  was paying
because they are the ones i wanted to see.  especially since they were
going to air danielle
howle , and ulali  after the show any way.)

i  have heard danielle howle  in other settings
and thought she's fine.  she's better than some of thir other
acts..........mrs.  fun  for example!
mrs. fun is not fun.  they drive m up the  wall.
michelle malone is great..   i  love ulal.

i have danielle howle and the tantrums  doing
bllster in the sun. with  ig  on the blue  ig ep
released  as a promo for 1998 lilith fair.   that
was  pretty good.


peace

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i *can* stand danielle, but my beef is in '94 , when kristen hall just
released one of her best albums, she was given a 20 min set
lay quite awhile (who were a good band, probably better seen at a club
rather than great woods ) were given like an hour - it was absurd!

still was one of the best ig shows i think i saw...

peace-
mike r.

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what a great present!  you should add peace tonight, ozilline, shame on you,
bury my heart at wounded knee and land of canaan.  oh and of course,
chickenman!  these songs have always gotten  me and the rest of the audience
moving at shows before ;o)  good luck and good role modeling!  joey

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date: sat, apr 8, 2000, 2:26 pm


hey y'all,

i am here to ask for a little help.  my niece carlee will be 1 year old in
may and she loves to dance.  i am going to make a cd of ig songs that i
think will inspire this creative side of her.  so far i have songs like wild
wild party in the loquat tree, hammer and a nail, love of the common people,
uncle john's band, and shed your skin (remix version).  if you can think of
any other ig songs that make you want to get up and dance please let me know
so i can add them to the cd.  i appreciate your help.

jason lee
======================================================

"way down south where the mayan reign, zapata reading poetry in his grave
  they said were stealing from the best to feed the poor,  well they need
more!!!"  amy ray


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what a great present!  you should add peace tonight, ozilline, shame o=
n you, bury my heart at wounded knee and land of canaan.  oh and of cou=
rse, chickenman!  these songs have always gotten  me and the rest =
of the audience moving at shows before ;o)  good luck and good role mod=
eling!  joey<br>
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<font size=3d"2"><font face=3d"verdana">i am here to ask for a little help. &nb=
sp;my niece carlee will be 1 year old in may and she loves to dance.  i=
am going to make a cd of ig songs that i think will inspire this creative s=
ide of her.  so far i have songs like wild wild party in the loquat tre=
e, hammer and a nail, love of the common people, uncle john's band, and shed=
your skin (remix version).  if you can think of any other ig songs tha=
t make you want to get up and dance please let me know so i can add them to =
the cd.  i appreciate your help.<br>
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<font size=3d"2"><font face=3d"verdana">jason lee<br>
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<font size=3d"2"><font face=3d"verdana">"way down south where the mayan re=
ign, zapata reading poetry in his grave  <br>
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ps  claire  kenny  messsed up on the pennywhistle solo on closer to
fine,  when ig
were in the twin cities. december,  forgetting the words  happens to any
artist at one time r another,  it's  happened  to so many people i know
who have been here............can you imagine?  mary travers of peter,
paul and mary  forgot a line  of blowin' in the wind,
and peter yarrow of  pp&m  forgot  where he was going to start  on kisss
sweeter than wine on  national  tv!

isn't  it funny how  it seems to be okay when  a
celebrity flubs up,  because we already love'em and that's why we're
there,  forget about it just enjoy the show right?   but.......if the
person isn't so well-known  and   they flub up audiences seem  to be
more judgemental....it means that person's no good  to them....something
to thjink about.

barb


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hey everyone--
does anyone know if there are going to be any concert dates between the
jacksonville, oregon (britt fest) and san diego dates?  i.e.  i mean either
arcata/eureka, ca or san francisco?  they have a couple days open and i'm
keeping my fingers crossed.  how could they skip out on san fran?  if you
know anything about this, please let me know :)  thanks

peace,
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just to add, i think it was the fall of '98, i saw the girls here in
madison, wi and they encored with watershed.  anyway, i recall emily
forgot some of her lines.  it can happen to anyone up there in those
bright lights and all....cj
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well, now, see..i have had the exact opposite experience than joe in regards
to opening acts for the girls.. ulali - who i have only seen on the ppv thing
- are absolutely wonderful! i have been searching for a cd of them for years
now.. i didn't like danielle at first, but after hearing i held a satchel
(which she did in the middle of the ig set at ppv) i fell in love with her
and bought her cd. i saw barbara kessler open for them in unh in 94 and
immediately loved her..not to mention rose polenzani and michelle malone. the
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only opening acts i saw that i wasn't crazy about were joy harjo/poetic
justic and john trudell - mostly because i don't really like the style of
talking to music vs. actually singing..(which is fine for one or two songs -
like ani - but for the whole set it just gets on my nerves..).

no point, just my too sense.
lisa

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i absolutely love danielle howle!  she's so funny - i've met her twice
before when she was opening for the girls and she had me rolling on the
floor - she seems like a big goofy stoner!  my favorite song is "you came a
knockin'" which she and the tantrums totally rocked on, not to mention a
band song that they played with a+e during thier encore.  michelle malone is
my second favorite opening act - she is amazing, just her and a guitar (or
mandolin, or harmonica, etc.)  the third is stereo popsicle - i've only seen
them once, but they were very impressive.  emily sang one song during thier
set and they came out to do "midnight train..." with a+e.  i think they're
on daemon.  ulali are cool, but i can only listen to them in short
intervals.  i'd really like to see mrs. fun now since i've heard both good
and bad revues from other listees - my musical tastes are very diverse and
i'd like to form my own opinion.  maybe they'll be opening in nashville next
month.

hope everyone is having a great weekend!
joey

p.s.  sorry barbara, didn't mean to send this to you personally

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>but a friend of mine who saw her
> do a writers-in-the-round show at eddies attic with
> michelle malone and amy thought she was terrible.  i
> guess it's a matter of opinion, but at least give
> her
> a chance.

i was there that night and that was the first time i
had ever heard danielle.  she is definitley not the
best singer in the world and she is very loud but in a
funny goofy way.  she cracked me up.  i like her music
because it is funny.  i decided that she should be a
comedian instead of a musician.  anyways, off the
subject really quickly i don't know if this is ok for
me to say but here it goes anyways.  i was at the
dogwood festival today here in atlanta and one of my
friends was like, "is that kristen hall."  i turned
around and there she was right behind me.  i was just
kind of a neat moment for me.  ok, that's all for now.

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actually stereopopsicle is on their own label babee dred musicworks.  you
can purchase their cd "sunlight and toys" by going to their web site:
http://www.stereopopsicle.com which hasn't been updated in a while but if
you want a sneak peek at their new upcoming web site go to:
http://www.mindspring.com/~armydillo/stereo.htm i've been working on it for
them (shameless plug) and just for the record they rock!!!!  and they're
really nice to boot and if you want to see them again they'll be at the
darkhorse on april 21st and at the earl for the schools for chiapas benefit
concert on april 28th.

nancy

> mandolin, or harmonica, etc.)  the third is stereo popsicle -
> i've only seen
> them once, but they were very impressive.  emily sang one song
> during thier
> set and they came out to do "midnight train..." with a+e.  i think they're
> on daemon.  ulali are cool, but i can only listen to them in short

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can we say omg????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
the show was great!!!!  i was thrilled...they did blister in the sun!!!!!!!
and amy did romeo and juliet..........  the setlist was great...i couldn't
remember everything if i tried to, so i will let someone else handle
that!!!!!!!!  suffice it to say that they were great, although it was really
cute when amy forgot the first line to jonas and ezekial...hee hee...had a
great time seeing all my listee friends out there!!!!!!!! the rain sucked,
but it was still not as bad as the dickinson show....at least here they let
us inside for a few hours...well i am exhausted and i am sure lots of people
will post about the show...oh, i didn't mention...i got to talk to amy for a
minute or two and she held my hand while she was talking to me...
woohoo!!!!!!!!!!
peace and love,
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        i really love michelle malone, and amy and emily really seem to enjoy
performing with her. i think she has a beautiful voice. i've only seen
ulali performing with ig during shed your skin, i think, maybe? anyway, i
was really impressed with them from that limited encounter. i saw danielle
howe perform with ig at the same show, i think, and while i didn't care for
her as much as michelle malone, i did like her and would like to hear some
more of her music. i have heard rose polenzani and like her a lot and would
very much like to see her live at some point.
        mrs. fun seems to open for a lot of ig shows in the midwest. they are like
an organ/drum combo and not really my cup of tea, but to each their own. i
saw them open for ig in december and i've mentioned here before they did a
break-neck speed version of jingle bells that was interesting. it was from
their new christmas cd.
        the first poster on this subject mentioned seeing matthew sweet open for
ig a while back. i call him a guilty pleasure of mine, as no one else seems
to care for him. i do like him a lot...the poster mentioned girlfriend,
which is the title of a really great cd of his with that song on it, of
course. other matthew sweet cd favorites of mine are 100% fun and altered
beast. he's a little poppier than the music i tend to enjoy, but i've liked
him since the first time i heard him years ago and he's a favorite of mine
for driving music. i was bummed that by the time i found out he was playing
at mississippi nights in st. louis about a month ago, tickets had already
sold out. i've never seen him live and this was a really small venue that
would have been cool. maybe next time.
        everybody have a good sunday,
        michelle, who's still keeping her fingers crossed that ig will visit st.
louis' riverport ampitheatre during their summer tour. a girl can dream :)

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all of you pretty pretenders,

it rained the whole drive up to lewisburg, pennsylvania--but i didn't mind.
after i parked along the street not far from the venue entrance (woohoo), i
packed my turkey sandwich, dr. pepper, and umbrella and walked toward the
entrance.  and i hear, "is that diane?" coming from a group of intimate
strangers shooting the breeze and having some smokes.  of course, it was
carrie knepp, one of the friendliest ig fans and amyist admirers out there!
and across from her, was our famous birthday ~audra~ who i was finally
honored to meet. :)

getting there at quarter after five, i was surprised to find probably around
fifty people there, not much, but they were the faithful and the proud!  it
was great seeing the familiar faces and making new ig friends in line
(playing hearts--the card game, that is).

they had let the people standing outside in the rain in the foyer an hour
before, and at 7pm they kicked us out to start the line outside.
almost 90 minutes later, they finally let our rain-soaked heads and bodies
in the gym--we got patted down for equipment, and then, the famous run to
the front. 'cept, i was tired and didn't sprint.

danielle howle opened, and she was a total riot!  i loved her so-called
goofy-ness--probably, because to me, that's considered normal behavior. ;)
she broke out her harmonica for one of her songs, and for blister in the
sun, she actually started playing it on the wrong side.  she talked about
the big cockroaches in south carolina(being able to squish their height and
pop back into their full height after coming through a slit in your
wall--don't leave cereal bowls in the sink after breakfast!), and she sang
that "girl from the flagtown" song.  her last song was a cappella and jazzy;
and we kept the beat for her.

here's the setlist (finally!):
thin line
wood song
gone again
soon be to nothing
jonas and ezekial
get out the map
faye tucker
hammer and a nail (instead of peace tonight on the setlist)
romeo and juliet
here i am - emily solo - a cover by ? (neil or tim, do you know??)
shame on you (on the original setlist, prior to ctf, and after lc)
ghost - a request, not on the setlist.
ozilline (least complicated was after this song on the setlist)
closer to fine

encore:
cold beer and remote control
blister in the sun (w/ danielle howle)
galileo

(thanks, andi, for letting me see the setlist you got.)

i was surprised (a good surprise) by the opening song, thin line.  and
considering our discussion a couple days ago, the wood song was definitely a
plus.

just before gone again, amy had a conversation with the front row people--i
don't remember what it was about.  they seemed really friendly with the
audience today, especially amy.  and they liked switching their setlist
around for the crowd.  someone again requested "watershed" and emily said
that they don't know it.  several people enjoyed hearing hammer and a nail
tonight--the guy standing in front of me, on steph strassel's right side,
knew all the words to every song, and expressed them fully with his body (he
bended so far back, he almost bumped my forehead with his head).  i caught
amy ray looking at him, and we both smiled at his enjoyment.

r & j was a big hit.  *sigh*

here i am was a different flavor from the usual, along with blister in the
sun.  so, which artist was emily saliers covering?  one of the last choruses
goes something like: "here i am, i still carry a flame for you, it's still
burning for you, here i am, here i am."  a simple and beautiful ballad.

(three covers tonight!)

yeah, like carrie mentioned, amy forgot her first line to "thin line", and
said aloud to emily, "what's my line?" and we laughed.  i think amy caught a
wrong chord towards the end of the wood song, but we only knew by the look
on her and emily's face.  i think their goofiness was instigated by miss
howle. (cue dragnet music)

at the end of the show, they did the walk on the upper walkway, so the crowd
waved goodbye--i love hearing the cheers as they pass by.

sulli was sprinkling out pics, and she also had extra setlists copied for
the fans (4 more, outside of emily and amy's copies).  the security men
hustled us off the railings and toward the doors.

mandy and her friends went to hunt for the bus, and i followed.  we met lynn
from the list, and she stayed with me through the cold and the snow.  amy
came out an hour after the show ended and signed some stuff for us.  awww,
lynn got a hug.  the bus driver said that emily was already sleeping inside.

emily made a comment during the show about country cupboard inn--how you go
in thinking it's a certain place, and then, it opens up into a shopping
mall!  she goes, "i don't know why i had to share that, but i did."  amy
said her friends have a window washing business (thus soy's opening lines.)

and lastly, the fashion report:
amy: still same blond streaked light brown hair, which got all static-y and
mussed up toward the end, two necklace chains brownish reflective color, a
beige shirt with it looked like brown thread embroidered flowers? with white
centers in downward stripes, over a tiny black and white check, and blue
suede shoes. no rings, maybe a watch on the right hand?

emily: glitter in the hair, glitter on the face, and later glistening with
beads of perspiration and smiles, very sparkly; blue and white small plaid
long-sleeve shirt, over white shirt, with silver-colored necklace and
pennant, over black pants, and black boots; several bracelets left wrist,
and silver watch with black face right wrist.

amy may have looked slightly thinner from her illness.  and her eyes are
like big black coals looking back at you.

anyway, that's what i get for being in second row after the first few songs.
  (a couple took pictures and then left--i hope it was for the school
newspaper.)

hee, and danielle howle also signed my travel journal with a smiley face and
her sig.

nighty night is,
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>here i am was a different flavor from the usual, along with blister in the
>sun.  so, which artist was emily saliers covering?  one of the last
choruses
>goes something like: "here i am, i still carry a flame for you, it's still
>burning for you, here i am, here i am."  a simple and beautiful ballad.

this is neil's best guess:

patty loveless sang it, but it was written by tony arata:

here i am
(tony arata)

don't do it darlin'
don't you dare look in there
you said you didn't want to see me
but you've been lookin' for me everywhere
and you know that you're gonna find me
if you keep on drinkin' fast
'cause honey i'm right there waitin' on you
at the bottom of your glass

and here i am
here i am
in the bourbon and the water
that burn you just like a brand
here i am

it ain't workin' darlin'
hard as you may try
you keep hearin' the words you told me
in everyone's goodbye
and you know that you're just one step
>from another one being gone
i know i've seen 'em all unravel
i've been watchin' it all along

and here i am
here i am
in every lie you're hearin'
that burn you just like a brand
here i am

and honey, i got over you passin' me over
a long time ago
and my pride was stronger when i was younger
now i'd rather have you to know

that here i am
here i am
i still carry a flame for you
burnin' me like a brand
here i am

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was this 3-24-97 ig show held at the michigan theater or was it the
university of michigan @ ann arbor ?  anybody?

jude :)

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does anybody have a set list from last night's concert? i know they
varied from the planned one quite a bit.   please post it if you have
it!  i hope everybody got home from the concert safely, despite the
snow.

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*sighs* it had been too long since i had seen the girls in concert (last
time was at the bethlehem musikfest in 98) and i wasn't disappointed.
after making the mad dash (as much as i can mad dash) to the front and
ending up about 3 rows of people from the stage, and making it through
danielle howle (she was okay...but honestly i just wanted the girls), i
almost died when they started walking across the balcony to get to the
stage.  when they came on stage i was all beside myself and emotional.  i
managed to hold it back until the wood song...after talking to carrie (i
love you!!!!) and thinking about the song, it made me start thinking about
the sound check when they played that and carrie and i just listened
together, holding on for the rocky ride...and all that i had lost and
survived...and the tears just came and all i could do was stare at them in
awe and cry...for carrie, for me, for anyone who had lost anything that is
so precious to them they couldn't imagine living without it...it was so
hard, and hurt so much, and was so wonderful at the same time.  that's
about all i could say to explain it.  and that was only the second song...

but i stayed for a few more songs, just amazed by how much they were a
part of my life...and then i had to get out (diabetics with sugar
bottoming out and a whole lot of people shoving around you, and being
really hot is not a pretty picture...) but i enjoyed the rest of the show
from the back (with my new t-shirts and bumper sticker and dog tag *heh*)
and everyone else had a fabulous time...so i was happy.  i was so happy.

thank you...carrie, jamie, alexis, diane, megmoo, and all my other friends
for being part of such a wonderful night.  i wouldn't have had it any
other way.

love to you all...
audra


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hey folks,

this is forwarded from the news list... please direct any
enquiries to the original sender at venussage@yahoo.com,
not to me, thanks.

-sherlyn

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>subject: [ig-news] tickets in durham, nh
>
>my best friend needs to sell her two tickets to this show.  they are 3rd
>row, section c.  she is asking face value ($68.00) for both of them.  if
>you are interested, please write me at venussage@yahoo.com and i will
>contact her for you!
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hey folks,

another message forwarded from the news list...

-sherlyn

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>the denver rocky mtn. news showed the girls listed to play some early july
>(tbd) red rocks dates.
>
>lauren

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hi. just had to comment/thank y'all after reading audra's post.
  it's kinda funny the way things work. i'd seen the posts about wood song
(some of the very first few). i never imagined i'd be searching for
lyrics, for things to help me.
  i guess sometimes you have to really be there, to really experience the
emotions they're expressing to put 2 and 2 together and really feel and
understand some songs. soon after the first posts, i lost my mom
and,...once i got back from pa and being with my family, i looked at the
lyrics and listened again. yeah, it's definitely a huge mix of emotions,
the hurt of knowing how true it all is and the thankfulness that someone
has written and performed something that completely fits such a rough
time.
  ok, enough from me already! just thought i needed to comment on that.
jess

"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the
book. and then maybe steer us clear from some of the pain it took to get
us where we are this far. but the question drowns in its futility, and
even i have got to laugh at me. no one gets to miss the storm of what will
be, just holding on for the ride." "wood song" indigo girls

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that's definitely what emily sang last night and i have to say it was great!!
great job neil, we were wondering all night long.

michelle

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that's so cool they're throwing that in the setlist still.  i know emily has
played it during solo shows before - i love that song (and patty loveless
for that matter) and couldn't believe emily was singing it when i heard it.
do any other listees get into country music?  on a completely different
note, has anyone had any luck naming the new amy songs she's been playing
lately?  i can't wait for her solo album!!!!!!
joey

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>date: sun, apr 9, 2000, 8:51 am
>

>>here i am was a different flavor from the usual, along with blister in the
>>sun.  so, which artist was emily saliers covering?  one of the last
> choruses
>>goes something like: "here i am, i still carry a flame for you, it's still
>>burning for you, here i am, here i am."  a simple and beautiful ballad.
>
> this is neil's best guess:
>
> patty loveless sang it, but it was written by tony arata:
>
> here i am
> (tony arata)
>
> don't do it darlin'
> don't you dare look in there
> you said you didn't want to see me
> but you've been lookin' for me everywhere
> and you know that you're gonna find me
> if you keep on drinkin' fast
> 'cause honey i'm right there waitin' on you
> at the bottom of your glass
>
> and here i am
> here i am
> in the bourbon and the water
> that burn you just like a brand
> here i am
>
> it ain't workin' darlin'
> hard as you may try
> you keep hearin' the words you told me
> in everyone's goodbye
> and you know that you're just one step
> from another one being gone
> i know i've seen 'em all unravel
> i've been watchin' it all along
>
> and here i am
> here i am
> in every lie you're hearin'
> that burn you just like a brand
> here i am
>
> and honey, i got over you passin' me over
> a long time ago
> and my pride was stronger when i was younger
> now i'd rather have you to know
>
> that here i am
> here i am
> i still carry a flame for you
> burnin' me like a brand
> here i am
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a friend of mine saw kristen hall open for them and turned me on to her.  she
is fabulous!

i didn't care for big fish ensemble when they opened for the girls at
berkeley, ca.

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>     alright, so nobody talks about menstruation.  it's "woman's curse", and
>  something to hide, right?
hey lisa, in my little group, a nicer way we've found of saying "mestruation"
is "moontime". we're all a bunch of pagans, but i guess it could work for
others too :) and the guys seem to like saying that better than "the other
word" lol. :)
just thought i'd throw that in the loop....

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hey would the chick who was backstage at the eku show who emailed me  last
week email me again...darlin i accidentally deleted your post to me and
would love to respond...pls. email me darlin...

pacem in terris, mir, shanti, salaam, hey wa
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so, just wanted to say that i found igc in an unusual place...

105.5 "the cat" - out of joliet/kankakee-ish illinois played "galileo" at
around 10:30 last night.  i was driving home, and it was really great to hear
ig on a radio station that wasn't "peace tonight" on wtmx/101.9.  it would be
nice to hear ig on xrt, but i guess i'll just have to keep dreaming.

-mel

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they were on this weekend's all things considered.
i couldn't tape it because i was at work.

it was mostly ralph nader talking about his stuff, and bits of ig's music
and him telling us about how they're good and stuff, with their politics.
some music clips.
it was from spitfire in indiana or something.

there was also some dar williams in another part, cuz she played at a
protest in dc.
carol
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i believe npr has a website where you can stream all things considered or
individual segments.  i remember listening to a bruce cockburn segment a few
monhs ago but i can't seem to locate the bookmark.....

i'm sure someone here knows....

tim

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> they were on this weekend's all things considered.
> i couldn't tape it because i was at work.
>
> it was mostly ralph nader talking about his stuff, and bits of ig's music
> and him telling us about how they're good and stuff, with their politics.
> some music clips.
> it was from spitfire in indiana or something.
>
> there was also some dar williams in another part, cuz she played at a
> protest in dc.
> carol
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can someone give me the addy for the boot page.

thanks
michelle

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may i suggest www.npr.org as a starting point?  *duh*

-graham

havanamoon wrote:
>
> i believe npr has a website where you can stream all things considered or
> individual segments.  i remember listening to a bruce cockburn segment a few
> monhs ago but i can't seem to locate the bookmark.....
>
> i'm sure someone here knows....
>
> tim

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hi, just checking again to see if anyone has a copy of the canton boot from
this year. i have good stuff to trade please e-mail me privately and i will
give you my list.

michelle

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forwarded message:
> from: mike reynolds <michael_reynolds@yahoo.com>

> <a href="http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?
prgdate=04/09/2000&prgid=6">http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01f
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> ig is on that page
>
> please fwd to list
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> mike r.

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hi

jean smith writes about her suffragette sessions experiences at
http://www.killrockstars.com/bands/jeansmith/

it's scathing and really funny. she obviously did not leave the tour with a positive
experience, understandable when you're a punk and trained musicians don't appreciate your
wavelength.

the igc portion begins:
"i can see the potential of the bus if you're with your friends, or at least not the indigo
girls' lesbian summercamp on wheels, which is where i was."  and ends with
"anyway, i got along better with the roadies, techies and drivers."  her characterizations of
amy and kate s. are particularly amusing.  divas all!

luv
h, very fond of the obsterperous

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

try sparknotes.com!  because cliffs notes(tm) cost money!
(cliffs notes is a registered trademark for cliffs notes, inc.)

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i  had trouble accessing the  link  for the npr
ralpnaer/ig segment ,  (i kept drawing a blank screen.....hmmm)
sooooooo for anyone else with webtv  can't access the link provided
through this list,  go to  npr.org   under "key
words"  type indigo girls, and that will bring you right to the page.

good luck

barb

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        this little email ditty cracked me up, remembering kate trying hard
to play *something* while jean was on stage, and jane getting impatient, and
amy and emily just sort of leaving the stage when it was her turn.  as i
remember, the majority of the list didn't really know what to make of her,
and they weren't too nice in their criticism either.  funny to see amy's
reaction from jean's point of view.  i can just see amy being like that.
too funny.  thanks for sharing.

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http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?prgdate=04/09/2000&prgid=6

ig is on that page

please fwd to list

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hi sorry everyone... just testing the list.... haven't received anything
today...
rachel

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hey so um...who is going to the march?? i need some kind soul to tape martina
date:       sun, 16 apr 2000 18:45:03 +0000
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navratilova's speech for me..cause she just rocks :) does anyone know if
it'll be on c-span like last time??

there's also a nice little advocate special issue on the march with melissa
on the cover looking cute :) speaking of the advocate and martina -- does
anyone happen to have the issue from like 93 or 94 (i think) that had martina
on the cover?? i want to try to order the back issue of it but i don't know
the date..

lisa

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hey ladies and gents....was wondering.. a friend of mine cant go and i have
one extra ticket to the indigo girls show, april 27th, in asheville, north
carolina... i bought it for 25 (5 bucks cheaper than if you ordered it thru
ticketmaster) so that's what ill sell it for... please let me know if you are
interested.. :)
ciao~
erin

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hi all :)
well i haven't had any mail from the list all day, which seems sort of odd
considering the show last night... i was wondering if maybe i missed a
review/ setlist of the ithaca show (or even several)...
if i did, and some kind soul out there has those emails... could you please
be kind enough to foward them to me??
thanks in advance...
rachel

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*sheepish* almost forgot.  too much going on.

april 10 ('70)
seaphish@aol.com (sheri)
"...there i am in younger days, star gazing, painting picture perfect
maps of how my life and love would be, not counting the unmarked paths of
misdirection,
my compass, faith in love's perfection, i missed ten million miles of
road i should have seen..."

april 12 ('64)
igfan@rcam.com (amy ray)
"when the beautiful ladies walk right by, you know i never know what
to say..."

april 12
bon parks
bonster@u.washington.edu

april 12
lisa (memememi@aol.com)

april 13
melanie - raincloud@partlycloudy.com
passivity is the dragon each woman must slay in her quest for
independence.

april 13
sandy (mgsb@aol.com)

april 14, 1978
arin palmer (apthree@aol.com)

april 15
jennifer kwok
jkwok@cc.umanitoba.ca

april 15
misty (mwade0415@aol.com)
"the prize is always worth the rocky ride" -- emily saliers

april 16 ('65)
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"trying to hold it like rain in a river..."


good thing i didn't :)
happy birthday y'all!

peace out!
audra
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gee,  it's  been a slow day today  i guess!  ten emails from the list.
okay no problem.   how is everyone?  my life is sort of in a transition
right now,   and  many things have been  on hold.

sooooooo,  i'm trying to take things one day at a time. doing whatever i
need to do to get through the day.   i  put on john denver's greatest
hits vol. 1 while doing dishes  i left  the turn table on when it was
over and  lo and behold, so  came on !  i'm not generally a fan of
language or the kiss, but tonight  even that
was nice to hear.

anyway,  i hope  this evening brings you  all peace.


barb

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i like how jean smith referred to ig as "amy indigo" and "emily indigo":)

xo
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does any kind soul out there have an extra ticket? i am in dire need of an ig fix,
.....i will worship the ground you walk on if you do have a ticket......thanks, meg

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okay beccie, i have tried emailing you privately to resolve this issue, but
you seem intent on avoiding me.  you approached me way back in october for a
trade. i sent you what you wanted, but you never reciprocated.  now where are
the boots that you promised me?

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hi,

ok, i really have to show my innocence/ignorance here...  who is dar, and
where can i hear her stuff??

thanks,

kendra
at 03:29 pm 4/7/00 -0500, laurel decou wrote:
>--- loralei riney <loralei.riney@bannerhealth.com>
>wrote:
> > well, i have to agree with you on this. anyone who
> > likes the girls or joni or tracy will enjoy dar.
> > several of her songs are wonderfully funny and then
> > there are the ones that cut deep....family is one of
> > em....
>i just had to write this, family is a wonderful song,
>but it was written by pierce pettis, not dar.  but i
>have to agree, dar is wonderful, i recommend her
>highly!
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hkf's,

here's the deal.  for the june 3rd show, which is on a saturday, tickets
went on sale yesterday at 10:00am.  but, when i just called to order tix's
you have to buy at least two shows.  (i know it sux and i have major gripes
w/ chastain, but we can discuss this later)  here's the website:
http://www.consopro.com/chastain_frameset.cfm

and the number to call is: (404) 233-2227.

also, i just got off the phone w/ the sales rep and she said your best bet
at this point is to mail your order in b/c there's a certain allotment of
tix's already set aside for mail-in orders and they rarely get used.  so
that's what i'm doing.

now, out of state people coming in don't want to buy tix's for a show they
can't attend - so i could possibly help out.  i asked if i could add to my
order and they said yes.  so as soon as my mail-in thingy goes thru, i'm
going to see if i can purchase additional tix's since i already purchased
the 2 show minimum.

lastly, there's no way to get real close at chastain b/c the first 30 rows
or so are already allocated to series tix holders.  the phone person said
that's the reason why artists come to chastain b/c almost half the tix's are
already sold.  she said they already have all the seats up to row p.

and lastly (on a good note), chastain is a really small venue and any seat
is good in this place.  i've see tori, jewel, bruce hornsby, natalie
merchant and some others in all various seat locations and the sights &
sounds have always been wonderful.  like i said before, it's my fave outdoor
venue in atl!!!

there ya go - let me know if you have any questions.
-mike
a+e=ig

ps: they haven't heard of the june 2nd show, so that is actually a tentative
date at this point (yes, the official site has made mistakes before) - but i
am assuming that this show will happen.  (imho)

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please please please somebody post a review and setlist of last nights
concert... i was supposed to be there... but missed it... i know i probably
missed a great show... hurry everyone and post!!!
thanks :)

rachel

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  i just wanted to speak up to say that danielle howle
was one of the best acts i've ever seen, opening or
headlining.  her style and stage presence are a
welcomed break from the typical "sing your songs and
get out of there" kind of mentality that you can find
on some circuits (ig circuit excluded).  she genuinely
loves music and the ability to share that music with
others.  her voice is such a neat folksy/bluesy kind
of a sound, and if you close your eyes and listen to
her voice when it is in its lower register, it sounds
a whole lot like a certain amy ray.  now, i understand
that no matter how good an artist is within their own
genre, anyone who doesn't like that style of genre
won't like the artist, but you do have to respect the
artist even if you don't like them.  i was blessed to
be able to get to know danielle somewhat this past
weekend while she was opening for ig, and i can assure
you that all of the talking you get to hear when she's
on stage is how she is in real life - there's honesty
in that, and that deserves respect.  i'd travel a few
hours just to see her, even if she wasn't opening for
ig...  just my two cents...
love and light,
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just out of curiosity, what does everyone speculate the "lesbian love in the
bushes" song to be??

lisa

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are things just slow or is the digest version down???  anyone else having
problems?  i haven't received a digest since the 9th of april..late
evening!!!!

please let me know!!

thanks
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hey little darlin's,

even though i probably won't see this post for hours, i had to send a follow
up to my chastain park e-mail and to just say "who's been playin' with the
server again!!!".

basically my website has been updated w/ some new onsale information i got
thru tm.  plus the link to the chastain website is on there as well - so if
you're wondering about that whole deal - check out the link on my page.  and
lastly, please let me know if there is any additional info i could add to my
tour page at all & thanks for your help!!!  (ps: cya in charlotte...  any
listmeet planned?)

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hey folks,

this is forwarded from the news-only list...

-sherlyn

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date: tue, 11 apr 2000 13:54:46 edt
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subject: [ig-news] myrtle beach, sc show

it's cancelled....house of blues should have called everyone who purchased
tickets. however, in case they didn't i thought i'd pass the word along.
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the show was amazing!!!!!

danielle howle opened, and she was hilarious. especially that "zit song"
(don't know the name of it:) i totally dug her cute south carolina accent
the girls came on and were in fine form (as usual). they looked great (amy
lost a bit of weight, probably due to her surgery), and played the usual
great stuff (they also played kid fears, which i've never heard live before).
during ghost, there were some funny interruptions. amy played an awesome new
song called "lucy stoners". towards the end, they did blister in the sun with
danielle howle. and of course closed with "galileo"

xo
kisha

ps: i taped the show, so if anyone wants to trade, let me know:)

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>just out of curiosity, what does everyone speculate the "lesbian love in
the
>bushes" song to be??


probably "power of two," which was performed at many of the shows.

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in a message dated 4/11/00 11:05:29 pm central daylight time,
tryng2bme@aol.com writes:

<< just out of curiosity, what does everyone speculate the "lesbian love in
the
bushes" song to be??

lisa >>

i don't know. maybe emily decided to do her own version of kool and the
gang's "jungle boogie". :)

jax

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i do believe the song is soon be to nothing.  i was at the ny s.s. show
(and i also have a boot to refresh my memory) and jean does this funky
spoken word ranting type of thing in the middle of the song.  very
interesting.....  :)

xo,
jen

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<< who is dar, and
where can i hear her stuff?? >>

oh my kendra darling...you poor thing...that rock you are hiding under must
be very big!! :) you need to find some sunlight and get some dar asap...
she's one of the coolest folkies around :)  this is dar's website...although
it's horribly un-updated..but you can still hear some samples :)
http://www.darwilliams.com/

:) lisa (big dar-lover :)

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i think jean's bit was on soon to be nothing.  it was the first emily song i
heard from cons.
i really liked her part in it, actaully.....

yes, but what about this lesbian love in the bushes? (and, my isnt that
dirty!)

she talks about pines....
and getting older....

oh well!
i think jean smith was just transfixed on the lesbian thing
carol

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>from: michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
>
>and lastly (on a good note), chastain is a really small venue and any seat
>is good in this place.  i've see tori, jewel, bruce hornsby, natalie
>merchant and some others in all various seat locations and the sights &
>sounds have always been wonderful.  like i said before, it's my fave outdoor
>venue in atl!!!

let me add a differing opinion on chastain.

it's an outdoor amphitheatre.  it may be small as far as outdoor venues go, but
it's not intimate, especially if you're not down front sitting in the tables
where the season/series ticket holders are.  it is also notorious among
musicians as a place that they _don't_ like to play.  it's a place where patrons
are encouraged to bring their own dinner and the crowd often talks through the
performance, especially the season ticketholders who tend not to be specific
fans of the act that's playing there.  the sound is nice when people shut up,
but more often than not, they don't.  ig has played there often, frequently
using it as the "launch" date for their tours when a new album comes out.  what
has happened in the past is that they'd play multiple dates.  the first night,
the crowd reaction would be very subdued because it would mostly be season
ticketholders who weren't specifically ig fans (plus, they'd be unfamiliar with
the material from the new album).  then, the second and third nights would be
entirely ig crowds which had dramatically increased energy.  chastain, in fact,
is probably my least favorite place in atlanta to see a music show.  if you want
to sit and eat and talk with your friends while the hired help is playing music
over your shoulder, it's a "great" place to be.  if you prefer shows with great
energy from the crowd and a real connection between the performer and the
audience, it can be a tremendously frustrating place to watch a concert.

this is the completely opposite end of the spectrum from a venue like the
tabernacle was in december, for example.  if there is a second show that's not
part of this concert series, and you have a choice, i'd strongly suggest getting
tickets for the individual ig show (on the 2nd?) rather than this one on the 3rd
that's part of the concert series package.

(of course, i still bought a ticket!)

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       /view.html        | -- "sister", amy ray (indigo girls)

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date:         wed, 12 apr 2000 03:33:37 -0400
reply-to:     mbeene@wesleyancollege.edu
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from:         megan beene <mbeene@wesleyancollege.edu>
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i was at the tabernacle show in december, and i, too, think it was a great
venue for the girls(probably the best, especially since it being in atlanta
gives them that "home crowd" enthusiasm that makes their onstagge presence
even stronger). i've never been to chastain, but i am hoping to go to the
june concert...if so, see y'all there maybe!

megan (o:,'

also, because i'm lazy, thought i'd post something about dar too (in
response to lavendar's post). i hadn't heard of dar till a few months ago,
and now that i've heard her i think she's a lyrical goddess. i suggest
trying napster for a good selection of mp3s if at all possible. i've found
some really great stuff there that i might not have heard otherwise.

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from: ron mcbay [mailto:usul@mindspring.com]
sent: wednesday, april 12, 2000 3:40 am
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
subject: re: chastain update!

this is the completely opposite end of the spectrum from a venue like the
tabernacle was in december, for example.  if there is a second show that's
not
part of this concert series, and you have a choice, i'd strongly suggest
getting
tickets for the individual ig show (on the 2nd?) rather than this one on the
3rd
that's part of the concert series package.

(of course, i still bought a ticket!)

ron
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hi. ok, *guilty look* could someone send the link for the jean smith
article again? i went searching for it with no look. and yeah, y'all have
definitely caught my attention! <g>
jess

"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the
book. and then maybe steer us clear from some of the pain it took to get
us where we are this far. but the question drowns in its futility, and
even i have got to laugh at me. no one gets to miss the storm of what will
be, just holding on for the ride." "wood song" indigo girls

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hi-
i know this is off topic - i'm looking for someone with a fast connection to
the net and a cdr writer to do me a huge favor (i found a site with um, a
ton of concerts (mostly from 99-00 reunion tour) from a artist, and it will
take me, on my 56 k, like a month - it would take someine with ethernet -
like - 10 seconds.

no need to give the artist band's name - if you are from new jersey - you
probably have heard of him...


i'll trade ig shows

i'm on fire-
mike r.

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i think today's birthday deserves an extra happy birthday!!!!!!!!!!!!
happy birthday amy!!!!!!, not to downplay anyone elses birthday, but with
out amy and emily's birthdays none of us would be here right now and i
wouldn't have met the amzing friends that i have met...
peace and love,
       carrie
p.s.  i have a few decent pics of me and some of the listees fromthe f&m
show...if you were there and are interested email me, cuz as soon as my
scanner is hooked up i will send them to you!!!!!
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hey yall -

the cornell show was amazing!  i had the best time!  i
have a setlist and will post it - however it is in my
car at the moment - so i will do that later - promise!
*smile*

danielle howle was a riot!  she was fun on stage -
made you laugh and i dig her music...i'm going to buy
her cd!  yay.  i'd love to see her again!

i'll write more about the show when i get the set
list!  for all who were there - hope you had a good
time - ya gotta love amy in the cowboy hat! :o)

take it easy -
sunny

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>  >please sign your name on the bottom and
>  >forward, read, you'll understand.
>  >------------------------------------------------------------------------
>  >on the 28th of october 1999, a young 12-year old girl's future was
>  >completely shattered. she was raped and almost stabbed to death. she
>  >sustained multiple stab wounds in the back, chest and stomach as well as
>  >the
>  >face. one of the stabs she received penetrated her spine and she is now
>  >paralysed for life. this little girl is my cousin. i went to see her in
>  >hospital on friday. when i saw her, she was lying on her side and all i
>  >could see was her stitched face. because her whole little body was
> riddled
>  >with stab wounds, she is unable to find a comfortable position. when i
>  >asked
>  >her how she was doing, she whispered: " i am sore, i am sore". she asked
>  >her
>  >mother to turn her over on the other side, and as i helped her mother to
>
> do
>  >so, i saw that her whole throat was covered in the most terrible blue
> and
>  >deep purple bruises. her rapist tried to shut her up when she was
>  >screaming.
>  >when that did not help, he tried to stab her to death. all i can say is
>  >thank god she is alive.
>  >
>  >the reason for this email is plain and simple. the south african
> judicial
>  >system is up to muggets, and corruption and discrimination is rife. no
>  >justice will be brought to this case. give it a couple of years, and the
>  >rapist (who was caught i might add) will be out on parole in a couple of
>  >months.
>  >
>  >in the meantime, one beautiful little girl's life has been changed. not
>  >only
>  >does she have to live with this memory, but she has to be reminded of it
>  >every single day in the  form of her paralysis. the south african
>  >government
>  >wants to implement something called chemical castration, where they
> inject
>  >men with a chemical that decreases their sex
>  >drive. this is not good enough. rape is not in the male member, but in
> the
>  >male mind.
>  >
>  >i know this happens to women all over the world on an hourly basis, but
>  >this
>  >time it has hit too close to home and i cannot and i repeat cannot stand
>
> by
>  >and do nothing about it. therefore i would like your help in signing
> this
>  >petition for a harsher sentence for rape. life imprisonment might be a
> good
>  >suggestion as ironically enough, prisoners do not tolerate child
> molesters
>  >and rapists, and because of
>  >this, they have their own "system of punishment" in prison. i want this
> man
>  >to go through agony for the rest of his life.i want him to be reminded
> of
>  >the pain that this little girl has to go through for the rest of her
> life.
>  >why should this animal deserve any better?
>  >
>  >please forward this to as many people as you can. the more signatures we
>  >have from all over the world, the better our chances that someone in
> power
>  >might listen. if we don't do something about it, some or other time it
>  >might
>  >it too close to your home... also, please keep me updated by regularly
>  >sending back a list to me, so i can keep record of our progress. i
>  >sincerely
>  >appreciate your help and support in this matter, and so do luke homan
> and
>  >her mother.
>  >
>  >kind regards,
>  >nikki botha
>  >johannesburg, rsa
>  >nikki@comnet.co.za
>  >
>  >every 100th person please forward the list back to
>  >nikki botha, johannesburg, rsa, e-mail address:
>  >nikki@comnet.co.za
>  >please make a new list (by copying and pasting) and forward that again
> to
>  >people you know. kindly remove the headers and footers, as this keeps
> the
>  >list tidy and does not block the on-line system with unnecessary detail.
>  >
>  >thank you and god bless all those who add their names here and to all
> those
>  >who have sadly been victims of violence - our prayers are with you.
>  >
>  >we, the undersigned do hereby petition the government to do something
> about
>  >the crime rate in our country, particularly rape!
>  >
>  >1 melanie benson, jhb.
>  >2 pam immelman, jhb.
>  >3 sheralynn anderson, jhb
>  >4 elisabeth ambros, jhb
>  >5 natasha momberg, jhb
>  >6 heather odendaal, nlp
>  >7 lisa cochrane, jhb
>  >8 gia bischofberger, jhb
>  >9 andrea gavan, jhb
>  >10 shelley pretorius-jhb
>  >11 amanda clifford
>  >12 bernita noble - jhb
>  >13 natasha williams - jhb
>  >14 karen pires - jhb
>  >15 vanessa hutcheon - jhb
>  >16 tarren coetzee - ct
>  >17 lisa taylor - cpt
>  >18 natalie lodewyk - cpt
>  >19 kim franks-cpt>
>  >20 belinda fish - cpt
>  >21 valerie small - cape town
>  >22 renee olivier - cape town
>  >23 zelda du toit - cpt
>  >24 liezl grobler - cpt
>  >25 cindy haupt - cpt
>  >26 louisa v. houwer - jhb
>  >27 tracy haylett - jhb
>  >28 michelle schwegmann-jhb
>  >29 catherine stander - jhb
>  >30 lulu greyling
>  >31 marla naidoo - the netherlands
>  >32 arma bertuso - philippines
>  >33 leo e. parreqo - phil.
>  >34 rowena parreqo- phil.
>  >35 riz pulumbarit - philippines
>  >36 vernie pulumbarit - philippines
>  >37 andy adan - philippines
>  >38 menchu adan - philippines
>  >39 lennie s. gunda - philippines
>  >40 karen l. hilado - philippines
>  >41 george v. villaruz - philippines
>  >42 grace buendia - philippines
>  >43 raquel pasaraba - philippines
>  >44 randale pasaraba - philippines
>  >45 vicky morales - philippines
>  >46 ross morales - philippines
>  >47 nicky galedo - philippines
>  >48 mark alupay - philippines
>  >49 sheila roxas - philippines
>  >50 loida mena - philippines
>  >51 let catalan - philippines
>  >52 vic roxas - philippines
>  >53 mike piccio - philippines
>  >54 jerry bautista - philippines
>  >55 bernard requerme - philippines
>  >56 lilian requerme - philippines
>  >57 bea louise requerme - philippines
>  >58 ricky mayani - saint maarten na
>  >59 umesh chhatlani - saint maarten na
>  >60 neetu shamdasani - india
>  >61 manju hariramani - st. lucia
>  >62 kalpana vaswani - barbados
>  >63 gareth bowman - united kingdom
>  >64 michelle de caires - barbados
>  >65 tracey garcia - barbados
>  >66 rachel inniss - barbados
>  >67 sarah inniss - barbados
>  >68 samantha springer- barbados
>  >69 broderick taylor - jamaica
>  >70 lee-ann simmons - barbados
>  >71 cheryl walrond - barbados
>  >72 mariette simmons - barbados
>  >73 gina greaves - barbados
>  >74 navendra ramnarace - barbados
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>  >75 barry mustor -barbados
>  >76 angelique bjerkhamn-barbados
>  >77 monique archer - barbados
>  >78 ralph williams - barbados
>  >79 wendy williams - barbados
>  >80 neomi weir - barbados
>  >81 stuart williams - barbados
>  >82 audrey williams - barbados
>  >83 carolyn carrington - barbados
>  >84 stephen carrington - barbados
>  >85 adrian z tabona - malta
>  >86 cliff agius - malta
>  >87 martin buhagiar - malta
>  >88 claudette bonello - malta
>  >89 james handyside - malta
>  >90 franco galea - malta
>  >91 kathy josevski-canada
>  >92 pero businoksi - canada
>  >93 jennifer lianne hall - canada
>  >94 charlene mendes - canada
>  >95 krista lopes - canada
>  >96 thaddea goddard-canada
>  >97 elise goddard -canada
>  >98 heidi pinter - canada
>  >99 kimberley leppik - canada
>  >100 mohamad khan - canada
>  >101 david pritchard - canada
>  >102 bryan uyede - canada
>  >103 vincent pun - canada
>  >104 andrew wong-canada
>  >105 eva li - canada
>  >106 anne w - canada
>  >107 genny l - canada
>  >108 hezekiah t. - canada
>  >109 jaclyn wong - canada
>  >110 karen cheung - canada
>  >111 benjamin li - canada
>  >112 joyce kwok-usa
>  >113 wing wing - hong kong
>  >114 rabbit hare - hong kong
>  >115 tracy y. - hong kong
>  >116 herman.t- australia
>  >117 steve d. - australia
>  >118 andrew c. - australia
>  >119 marie b - australia
>  >120 renae b - australia
>  >121 matthew a - australia
>  >122 carly j - australia
>  >123 ahern t - australia
>  >124 machill wil - australia
>  >125 rebecca - zoe mc - australia
>  >126 tom m - australia
>  >127 nathan a - australia
>  >128 tara - australia
>  >129 john martin-australia
>  >129 caetlin stow-australia
>  >130 marc davis - australia
>  >131 matt westcott - australia
>  >132 alex. f - australia
>  >133 tom c - australia
>  >134 jenny c - australia
>  >135 elise l - australia
>  >136 simon c-a - australia
>  >137 jason s - canada
>  >138 warren d - canada
>  >139 dustin m - usa
>  >140 andrew k- ireland
>  >141 cyrus z - usa
>  >151 tony a - usa
>  >152 andrew j - usa
>  >153 morgan q - canada
>  >154 catherine r - canada
>  >155 javier a - canada
>  >156 maria a- vancouver b.c
>  >157 christian l. - vancouver b.c.
>  >158 judy l- richmond b.c
>  >159frankie l-richmond b.c
>  >160 shirley c - richmond b.c
>  >161 elaine k - richmond bc
>  >162 anna c - vancouver bc
>  >163-julia c- vancouver bc
>  >164 benson au - vancouver bc
>  >165 winnie chan - richmond, bc
>  >166 hazel hung - bc
>  >167 sharon cheng-bc
>  >168 jason chan - richmond bc
>  >169 peter chiu - richmond bc
>  >170 stephanie wong - toronto
>  >171 joey siu - richmond bc
>  >172 prudence leung - richmond bc
>  >173 jane wong - richmond bc
>  >174judith wong-richmond bc canada
>  >175 gigi leung - richmond bc canada
>  >176 kayla leung - richmond bc canada
>  >177 justin leung - richmond bc canada
>  >178 billy leung - richmond bc canada
>  >179 ting oi szeto - richmond bc canada
>  >180 melody yip - richmond bc, canada
>  >181 alex sin - vancouver bc, canada
>  >182 mona cheng-vancouver bc,canada
>  >183 jeff chan - vancouver bc, canada
>  >184 k. yau - vancouver, canada.
>  >185. winnie w- richmond, bc, canada
>  >186.seanh-surrey,b.c.,canada
>  >187. danielle russell-squamish, b.c., canada
>  >189. lisa jones -squamish b.c. canada
>  >190.drew marcus christianson-mb canada
>  >191.kymberliy yvette tawny-on canada
>  >192 . amanda enright- canada ontario
>  >193 wesleigh taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >194 ashley taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >195 jennifer taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >196 leanna taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >197 kester taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >198 jaden taylor - toronto, ontario
>  >199 derek stevens - toronto, ontario
>  >200 daniel salvagna - toronto, ontario
>  >201 matt wong - toronto, ontario
>  >202 adrian milanoski - toronto, ontario
>  >203 nicole goldman - ajax, ontario
>  >204 jen russell - scarborough, ontario
>  >205 liane fisher - toronto, ontario
>  >206 cliff skinner - scarborough, ontario
>  >207 joy fletcher _ pickering, ontario
>  >208 katharine  - toronto, canada
>  >209 debbie digiovanni - toronto, canada
>  >210 susan wood - toronto, canada
>  >211 mary finch - toronto, canada
>  >212 eva roberts - mississauga, canada
>  >213 audra kotarba - oshawa, canada
>  >214 peter kotarba - oshawa, canada
>  >215 barbara fink - latchford, canada
>  >216 bill fink - latchford, canada

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date:         wed, 12 apr 2000 09:29:08 -0400
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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does anyone know anything about this?  and if so, does anyone work or have
access to radio station equipment to record it clean?  or is anyone else
taping it?  i could master it to cd if anyone can get it nice and clear,
unfortunately, i can't get any of these stations.
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below is a partial list of stations who will be broadcasting the recent
columbia radio hour show either live or in the near future.
        kamx - austin, tx  kbac - santa fe, nm  kbco - boulder, co  koty -
omaha, ne  kfxj - meridian, id  klrr - bend, or  kozt - mendicino, ca  kdut
- ignato, co  ktcz - minneapolis, mn  kxsp - san diego, ca  wats - acron, oh
wccn - wi  woot - st john, vt   wfuv - bronx, ny  wkze - sharon, ct  wmfo -
tufte university  wmmn - madison, wi  wmzy - vineyard haven, ma  wncf -
montpelier, vt  wrjt - white river junction, vt  wxpn - philadelphia, pa
wxrt - chicago, il  wxrv - haverhill, ma  kfog - san francisco, ca  wdst -
woodstock, ny  wrnr - baltimore, md

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> jean smith writes about her suffragette sessions experiences at
> http://www.killrockstars.com/bands/jeansmith/

this is for the person who wanted that jean smith article.  her memories
of her experience on the tour, a.k.a. "the lesbian summercamp on wheels"
is really funny and biting.

elaine

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<<does anyone know anything about this?>>

no, but i have some tantalizing info...

they distribute (or used to) this show to radio stations on cd
(and cassette - i have a radio station broadcast master copy of
tracy chapman's 1996 appearance), so somewhere, for the right
amount of $$, there should be...

there are also radio promo cds of the acoustic cafe shows (i
have a copy of the first ig one - jude and lisa used it for
their recent ac boot offer).

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>from:    oyster toadfish <chickenwomyn@hotmail.com>
>
>yes, but what about this lesbian love in the bushes? (and, my isnt that
>dirty!)

i'm sure smith was just throwing that out in her sad little attempt to be
funny, i don't think it referred to a particular song!  that whole rant was
just obnoxious and ridiculous.  and i know many of us will be *so* sad that
jean won't be along if there's another suffragette sessions tour!

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twm, while fully appreciating and in no way
underestimating the seriousness of the issue, would
like to point out the ultimate futility of email
petitions:

>  >please sign your name on the bottom and
>  >forward, read, you'll understand.
>  >215 barbara fink - latchford, canada
>  >216 bill fink - latchford, canada

217 bob dylan, new york
218 buddy holly, texas
219 otis redding, denver
220 john lennon, new zealand
221 or how about some name
222 that you won't have heard of
223 and don't know if they're dead
224 or even existed at all
225 you're getting the picture, right?

and anyway, the person who forwarded it to the list
isn't bill fink...

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does anyone know the answer to this question?  the tickets don't seem to
say.  also, what time are y'all showing up to wait in line?  thanks.
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folks...

a simple metacrawler.com search:
http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/petition/rape.htm
basically it says 'don't forward this email' and gives helpful tips on
similar internet petitions, hoaxes etc.

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on kfog's live from the archives tonight, they are broadcasting last
week's ig concert, or part of it. the show is usually an hour long, and
since they're sharing it with the jayhawks, ig will probably only be on
for an hour.

but, kfog is available over the internet at www.kfog.com (i think)...
it's at 8pm pdt. hope someone can tape this!!!!

and on the jean smith topic, i have to admit that she frightened me a
little bit... it's funny to see how she reacted to everything...

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everyone...

please please do not forward petitions to the list.. it makes everyone very
grumpy...and when they are filled with "god bless you"s and "you're in our
prayers" shit (um, stuff) they reallllllllyyyyy make me grumpy....

if you have a petition (most of which are not valid - check any urban
legend/e-mail hoax site) just post a note about it and have people e-mail you
to get the whole thing...

on another note...my advocate subscription sucks big time..either i don't get
my issue or i get extras of the same issue.. so i have an extra issue of the
one with ellen and sharon stone on the cover if anyone wants to trade a tape
for it (preferably one with the new amy song :)

:p
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lisa,

god bless you both for saying this.  you're in my prayers - and neil,
thanks for the urban legend url.

;) elaine
ps lisa - what new song are you talking about?
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> please please do not forward petitions to the list.. it makes everyone very
> grumpy...and when they are filled with "god bless you"s and "you're in our
> prayers" shit (um, stuff) they reallllllllyyyyy make me grumpy....

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in a message dated 4/12/00 9:32:14 am pacific daylight time, bean@neu.edu
writes:

<< god bless you both for saying this.  you're in my prayers - and neil,
thanks for the urban legend url.

;) elaine
ps lisa - what new song are you talking about >>

you brat :p
the new lucy stoner song.. i guess she's done it a few times now... can't
wait to hear a new song..

bless you sister elaine ;)
lisa

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"neil :o)" wrote:
>
> folks...
>
> a simple metacrawler.com search:
> http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/petition/rape.htm
> basically it says 'don't forward this email' and gives helpful tips on
> similar internet petitions, hoaxes etc.

thanks, neil... i keep wanting to see some statistics on exactly how
many of these internet petitions even get results!  as far as i can
tell, they're just another form of e-chain letter, and serve only to
clog up our already-too-narrow pipes with nonsense and dreck.

if differences are oging to be made, they won't be made sitting behind a
keyboard.  as amy says, you have to "go!"

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hey everybody... just wondering what the deal is with the au concert. is it
sold out? i keep getting the run-around when i call....... looks like you have
to be a student to go, or at least actually go to au to pick up tickets. does
anyone on the list go to au who would be willing to buy 2 tix for me???? i
will send a check plus half of my inheritence if anyone would do this for me.
i go to catholic (also in dc) so there's no way i'm going to let amy and emily
be within a 15 mile radius and not see them. i went to an au concert 3 years
ago, but a student who went there got me tickets. anyone please please please
email me about this. thanks so much.........
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margaret:=20

my system (mother) board blew up over the weekend in sf.  therefore, i =
dont have your email for the aids ride.

can i fax the form back to you? or mail?

melissa

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i too called up like mike and got the same info.  but
the lady on the phone told me that the june 2nd show
is probably a show that is going on through
ticketmaster and tickets will be sold at a later date.
but she wasn't sure.  just thought i would tell you
guys.

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yesterday i was flipping throuhg the channels and i
noticed queen latifah had a musical guest.  thinking
that there was no way it was the girls i skipped by it
and kept going.  ten minutes later when the show was
over and the credits were rolling to my surprise there
were the girls.  i was so upset.  so this morning my
friend calls me and was like the girls are on ql.  it
was on again and luckily i managed to catch it this
time.  unfortunately i couldn't tape it though.  damn
did amy look good.  did anybody know about this?  was
it a rerun from a few months ago? either way, i hope
that some of you caught it.  oh yeah, they played go
for all who is intersted.  ok, that's it for now.

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just a little ole' note from little ole' me--

i like danielle, as well.  she's one cool lady on stage and in person.  i
live in columbia, sc and have had the opportunity to see her perform many
times.  a few of my friends are friends with her (i know, the degrees of sep.
thing).

i have always enjoyed her music and her attitude.

so, another positive note on danielle.

hope everyone is well--

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i too had troubles with the link to ig on npr.  i was however able to
hear the story about lullaby baxter and i highly recommend to people
that story.  she is a musician based out of montreal and she just put
out her first record.

check it out:
http://search.npr.org/cf/cmn/cmnpd01fm.cfm?prgdate=04%2f09%2f2000&prgid=6

erica

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chastain update part thirty-seven!!!!

the 6/2/00 is confirmed by chastain amp. (see the e-mail below - i wrote to
them inquiring and they just e-mailed me back)  it is going onsale thru tm
either this saturday or next saturday and like ron mentioned - this will be
the show to go to b/c (a) you have a chance to get good tix's (b) you don't
have to buy 2 shows in the series & (c) it will be filled with all of us
fans!  (ps: it's still my fave outdoor venue in atl - that's my story and
i'm sticking to it!)

the show is not on the tm website as of now, but might be soon.  that's all
folks.  happy hunting...

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hi michael,

sorry about the confusion, but we only sell shows that are part of the
budweiser/coca cola series. we've had a lot of inquiries about that 6/2
indigo girls show, and the only thing we know for certain is that it's not
part of the series (whenever artists do 2 nights at chastain, only one or
the other (but never both) are part of the series).

ah, the timing of it all. was just handed some info on the 6/2. it is
happening and will go on sale through ticketmaster either this saturday or
the following one. tables, etc. will be available and you won't have to buy
2 or more shows! you'll want to call ticketmaster this friday (404.249.6400)
to see if they have any information at that time...

hope this helps!

knight berman, jr.
concert/southern tickets
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fx) 404.233.0515
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the girls taped the show on february 23rd. when they played at franklin and
marshall on the feb. 24th, they mentioned it and was saying how awesome the
queen is:)

xo
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>from:    graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
>
>thanks, neil... i keep wanting to see some statistics on exactly how
>many of these internet petitions even get results!

how could they ever, when people send them to mailing lists, ensuring
hundreds of duplicate signatures?!

>if differences are going to be made, they won't be made sitting behind a
>keyboard.  as amy says, you have to "go!"

indeed.

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this must mean that my birthday is even more special since i get to share it
with amy ray.

malena

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has anyone else heard rumours about the lineup at the newport folk
festival?  another list i'm on said the unofficial lineup included dar
(whose website confirmed a nff appearance), mary chapin-carpenter, shawn
colvin, lucy kaplansky, cheryl wheeler, carrie newcomer, stacey earle,
and others, but not a mention of the girls. are they going this year?
someone else on this list kind of confirmed it a long time ago, but i
won't be happy 'til i see it on the nff website!  does anyone have the
"inside" word?  esp?  a psychic friend?  a kind word to allay my fears
that the girls won't be there?  i'm too impatient, but i can't wait for
newport this summer.

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last year, the epic site confirmed it really early (like feb or march) if
i'm not mistaken. the official lineup, and an announcement of the new
festival sponsor to replace ben and jerry's, is supposed to come out in
early may.

>
>has anyone else heard rumours about the lineup at the newport folk
>festival?  another list i'm on said the unofficial lineup included dar
>(whose website confirmed a nff appearance), mary chapin-carpenter, shawn
>colvin, lucy kaplansky, cheryl wheeler, carrie newcomer, stacey earle,
>and others, but not a mention of the girls. are they going this year?
>someone else on this list kind of confirmed it a long time ago, but i
>won't be happy 'til i see it on the nff website!  does anyone have the
>"inside" word?  esp?  a psychic friend?  a kind word to allay my fears
>that the girls won't be there?  i'm too impatient, but i can't wait for
>newport this summer.
>
>elaine
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hey folks,

this is forwarded from the news-only list...

-sherlyn

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a who/indigo girls buddy of mine wrote the following, and i thought i'd share.

lauren

subj:    ig at cornell university
date:   04/11/2000 5:02:17 pm mountain daylight time
from:   hare@acsu.buffalo.edu (jason hare)
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lauren,

i saw indigo girls at cornell university last night and it was an amazing
show!  it was the first time i'd seen them since hofstra university on long
island back before sots came out, and this show was just so enjoyable.

here's the set list as i am trying to remember it, in no particular order
at all.  feel free to post this to the usual places :-)

get out the map
jonas & ezekial
gone again
world falls
ghost
least complicated
ozilline
amy solo song (i don't remember the name, but it sounded pretty heavy and i
know it had a line in there about people creating signs finding different
ways to say "blow me" which the crowd thought was pretty funny)
philosophy of loss (emily solo)
closer to fine
go
peace tonight
cold beer and remote control
shame on you
power of two
kid fears

encore:
blister in the sun (with danielle howle)
galileo

some other information:

the girls seemed to be in a great mood, happy to be in ithaca.
unfortunately, the water lines broke at the hall they were playing in, so
all the toilets were broken!  they apologized to the crowd but then said
that their toilets were broken too, so they also had bad luck!  they joked
about us all having to pee in cups.

a lot of people shouted out requests, but it's hard to tell how many were
planned or not since they vary their set list so often.  someone shouted
out "left me a fool" but amy explained that emily didn't remember how to
play that one anymore.

they had to restart ghost 3 times!  the first time, they stopped because
someone in the front row shouted, "that's my theme!" and they thought she
said, "that's my name!"  so they restarted, and out of nowhere, some girl
just walks up on stage.  so they stop the song, and this girl starts
talking without the aid of a microphone to the audience and the girls.
she says "i don't know why i'm up here" and emily said, "yeah, we don't
know either!"

amy said, "well, since she's up here, let's do this song later and make
something out of it" to which the crowd reacted negatively (everyone wanted
to hear ghost!).  amy and emily talked with her for a second while people
yelled for her to get off the stage...she left and the song started over.
needless to say, it was beautiful.  that song, especially live, takes me to
a different planet everytime i hear it.

i'd like to put out a request to anyone who has a nice live copy of emily
doing "philosophy of loss."  i already loved this song, but the cd really
doesn't do it justice.  the song, in my opinion, doesn't need all the piano
and strings.  it really just needs emily and a guitar.  if anyone could
possibly contact me if they have a copy, i'd appreciate it.  one of my
friends who went with me would love to choreograph her advanced jazz dance
final to it, and i'd love to help her out.

so that's that!  a wonderful show.

jason

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more shameless self-promotion:

the second half of my interview with a&e (the first 1/2 was in girlfriends
last month) is in the upcomiung issue of mother jones (may/june issue).
should hit newsstands next week.

thanks for reading!

brooke

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ya'll probably heard this but i still can't believe it.  ben & jerry's
selling out to the world's biggest ice cream monopoly in the world.  and
then dropping nff.  ug.
oh well, just venting.
on a happier note... can't wait to see ig next thurs. at unh
denise
ps can get the actual story at
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in a message dated 4/12/00 5:21:56 pm pacific daylight time,
jingles31@excite.com writes:

> ya'll probably heard this but i still can't believe it.  ben & jerry's
>  selling out to the world's biggest ice cream monopoly in the world.
if it's a monopoly, it can't be "one of.."
there can be only one monopoly.
what company is it?
and does anyone know which came first, dreyer's or breyers?

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hey everyone,

those connections i was talking about came through for me at last!

i have 2 $15 tickets available to the closed princeton university show
for the first person that emails me to say they want them.

i'll be watching my email!

jean

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hey everybody, i was wondering if anyone actually has this on tape that
could send it to me, i can trade it for boots or whatever else. thanks.
lia
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south carolina lawmakers on wednesday took the first step to removing the
confederate flag from atop the statehouse dome, exactly 139 years after the
first shots of the civil war were fired. south carolina is the only state
that flies the confederate flag above its statehouse, and the national
association for the advancement of colored people is leading a tourism
boycott of the state until the flag is removed.

http://www.msnbc.com/news/394209.asp

unfortunately, it would still fly on government grounds, thereby still
giving the appearance of acceptance. but at least it is progress.

ryan blackhawke

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in a message dated 4/12/00 7:01:04 pm pacific daylight time,
hawke2@email.msn.com writes:

> that flies the confederate flag above its statehouse, and the national
>  association for the advancement of colored people is leading a tourism
that reminds me of a bloom county cartoon where steve's mother says
"coloured" and he is all pc on her and berates her, and she says, "you mean,
i can't say national association for the advancement of coloured people?"
then she says "negro" and the same thing happens, and she says, "you mean, i
can't say united negro college fund?
interesting how things that are accepted at one point become unacceptable
later.  i was looking at some los angeles times newspapers from 1963 and
1964, and the language used seemed really strange!  talkin bout the "negro
riots," etc.
i wonder why these organizations don't change their names?

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i just saw the episode where lisa crusades against the sexist drivel spouted
by "malibu stacey" dolls.  in one scene:
lisa: "it sucks being a kid, no one listens to you."
grandpa: "it's terrible being old, no one listens to you."
homer: "i'm a white male between the ages of 18 and 49, everyone listens to
what i have to say!"
then he opens a can of "nuts and gum, together at last" and starts munching...

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as a scinian....a columbia resident...i somehow missed this story tonight.
(and, i used to work for the news...guess you can see what getting out of the
tv news business does for you-the earth could blow up, i wouldn't know it)...

anyone see the southpark episode where they were making fun of sc?  it wasn't
titled as such, but anyone could tell.

gotta love cartman marching across the nation to charleston....

:-)

and, i'm still waiting for sc to get on dateline nbc for something other than
video poker, the flag, or william starrett (the artistic director of our
dance).

hmmmm.....

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lisa wrote:

> this is most likely under gw's leadership:  a recently passed texas state
> anticrime law requires criminals to give their victims 24 hours notice,
> either orally or in writing, and to explain the nature of the crime to be
> committed.
well, i guess that about sums it up for someone proofing he/she committed
premeditated murder.
please someone tell me this law is not so. i don't think criminals before
taking someone's life is so kind as to inform someone before hand. lord,
give me a break.

paula
*shaking her head in disbelief and reaching for a piece of a saner world*

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i'm like jess i find myself deleting more and more posts. but that is my
right. i'm still wading thru mail and i have to congratulate everyone. i
think we have come full circle.
we have gone from the indigo girls, to bush, to boots, and now to pad and
tampons.

hurray.

now back to my reading and deleting.
no flames please. i'm just being silly and pointless.

over and under,
paula

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in a message dated 4/12/00 8:28:13 pm eastern daylight time,
indigyrlieman@aol.com writes:

<< there can be only one monopoly.
what company is it?

unilever

<<and does anyone know which came first, dreyer's or breyers? >>


dont know but just fyi unilever owns breyers

indi

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on the completely nigc subject of ql, i read an article about she and garth
brooks being these great, nongay celebrities who were picking up the cause
by playing at the march or whatever and um, i thought she was gay, you
know, one of those rosie o'donnel type situations. does the straight press
just have no idea about this?
in other news... i saw in ad in some college magazine about the spitfire
tour. it is accompanied by a very grainy picture of amy ray.
that's all.

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i heard on the radio yesterday ( i 91 fm in tacoma)  that the same company
who bought ben & jerrys (forgive me i can't remember the name) also bought
the company slimfast.  now why would an ice cream company also want to own a
diet company???
take care all,
tina

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the same reason a tobacco company owns kraft.

        >>now why would an ice cream company also want to own a
> diet company???

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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 11:27:40 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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a couple of weeks ago someone posted a concert review that included emily
talking about when amy was in the hospital.  unfortunately, i didn't think
to save it and now i'd like to read it again.  i can't even remember what
show it was to search the posting. can someone help me?  thanks!
------------------------------------------------------
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330 memorial library * 728 state street * madison wi  53706
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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 09:49:00 -0700
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"now why would an ice cream company also want to
own a diet company???"


how about the amazing ice cream diet?  eat enough ice
cream, you'll get so sick you lose weight.

john

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well, we may have just seen the first shift in policy after ben & jerry's
was bought out yesterday.  i thought that the new owners signed a 2 year
committment not to changes the socially-aware marketing strategy.  i hope
the new sponsors can afford the girls....

                        -- chris

ben & jerry's dumps newport folk festival

newport, r.i. (reuters) - ben & jerry's homemade inc., the socially
conscious makers of ice cream flavors with quirky names, has soured
on the newport folk festival and withdrawn its sponsorship from the annual
event.

''we're looking to create our own festival,'' said ben & jerry's
spokeswoman chrystie heimert. ''we decided it was not the best use of our
marketing dollars.''

the newport creamy, a chain of family restaurants and premium ice cream
maker based in middletown, rhode island, said on wednesday it will sponsor
this year's festival in the seaside resort  town on aug. 4-6.

ben & jerry had sponsored the festival that started in 1959 for the last 12
years.

newport creamy is a privately held concern whose ice cream is sold in more
than 600 retail outlets in new england, new york and new jersey.

ben & jerry's said earlier wednesday that it was being acquired by
anglo-dutch consumer products giant unilever for $326 million.

reuters/variety

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does anyone happen to have the results of the last list survey re: avg. age of listmembers, number of years subscribed, etc.? any info. would be greatly appreciated. i need it for a paper i'm writing. thanks very much.

-laura

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hey all, just wanted to tell everyone that the show starts at 8:00 pm and
doors open at 7:00pm.  they do not know who the opening band is..does anyone
else out there?...if you have further questions they can be reached by
calling 202-885-1000 and asking for the boxoffice.  see you all there.

carla :o)

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but ben & jerry's pulled out of nff months ago, before the buy out...
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indigo girls thursday 6/15/00 artpark - lewiston, ny

strangely enough, they're also listed for finger lakes pac on the same
evening.

-bon

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okay  folks,  i'm getting spam, from  audiohighway.com also at
audiohwy@response.etracks.com.

i'm new to dealing with this sort of thing.  can anyone make any
suggestions on how i can i find out who this person is, how they got my
email address ?  and most important how to get them to bug off before it
gets to be a problem?

i  contacted them afeter the first email, said i want to be taken off
their list ,  i want hemto stop, obviously they are not listenning, or
not receiving my emails.

i  don't want my screen to flll  up with unsolicited emails  from
advertisers

thanks a million.   and btw,  if  any of you  have gotten unwanted
emails from this person. let me know how you handled  them, and if it
worked.

peace

barb

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this will be my last plea for help getting a ticket to the 4-16 au
show in dc......can anyone help??
thanks!
amy

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this article is a few weeks old but i don't think anyone has posted it.
also, i noticed a few days ago that the duke show has been removed from the
tour sections of both ig web sites and the michelle malone site (she was the
opening act).  anyone know if the show has been canceled?  perhaps they are
trying to limit advertising so the public won't crash the party...  if anyone
knows what's going on here, please email me.

- angela
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indigo girls commit for last day of classes bash

jaime levy
march 29, 2000
-------------------------------------------

if you don't go to this year's last day of classes concert then la, la, la...
"shame on you."

the indigo girls verbally committed monday to play at the april 26 last day
of classes celebration. the two-woman folk band, which is passing through
durham before concerts in asheville, n.c. and myrtle beach, s.c., will
perform on the cambridge inn quadrangle, campus council representatives
announced.

"this is on their way," said trinity sophomore vik devisetty, chair of the
last day of classes celebration. "it's a good opportunity to play at a
college, to get their music out."

some students were excited that they could listen to the harmonizing duo of
amy ray and emily saliers strum their guitars on the quad, but others were
skeptical that the group would attract a homogenous crowd.

"i definitely like them-i'll definitely go...," said leah trabich, a trinity
sophomore. "i think all of my friends will go."

although the indigo girls have a strong fan base among college-aged women,
many students were concerned that the group will not appeal to a broad
audience.

"i think for an event like the last day of classes, when a concert is free
and you're looking for something to unite the whole student body, you should
concentrate on groups that have an eclectic fan base," said trinity sophomore
brian washington.

indeed, some students said they would not attend the concert-despite the fact
that it's a free event.

"i'm not happy," said trinity senior gianna moreno. "i don't particularly
like the indigo girls. they're too folky.... it'll be fun regardless, but i
probably won't stick around for the show."

unlike last year's celebration-which included performances from vertical
horizon, naughty by nature and fastball-the indigo girls bring only their
opening act. devisetty said he will not know who the opening act is until he
signs the band's $35,000 contract.

procuring a big act was campus council's top priority this year.

"it's the entire goal of the event to bring a band that students will enjoy.
[but] no matter what band we [bring], we will never please everyone...," he
said. "we had more money this year, and we wanted a band with lots of name
recognition and a band that people enjoy listening to."

this year, devisetty said, campus council solicited input from students in
choosing a group. after compiling preference lists from all the quad
councils, campus council pursued several groups-including the roots, live,
third eye blind and tonic-before settling on the indigo girls. the other
groups were either booked or did not want to play at duke, devisetty
explained.

in 1997, the group backed out of an april senior concert in cameron indoor
stadium after canceling an entire leg of its tour. because a contract had not
been signed when the band canceled in march, the duke university union and
east campus council were left scrambling to find a replacement. more
recently, the band canceled a tour of australia while indigo girl amy ray
underwent surgery.

campus council vice president jim lazarus said he was not terribly worried
about losing the concert at the last minute.

"most of the reasons they've canceled aren't anything we can worry about...,"
said the trinity junior. "it's a concern, but not one that's standing out in
my mind."
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<a
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1indigogirls.html">indigo girls commit for last day of classes bash -
wednesday, march 29, 2000</a>

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barbara bordner wrote:
> i  contacted them afeter the first email, said i want to be taken off
> their list

a friend told me that if you get spam to never, never write back or
reply to them, because by doing so you're just confirming an active
email account and the spam will most likely come even more.  i've
received spam telling me if i want to be removed from their list then to
contact them, but i won't. i've never done that and have never received
spam twice from the same person, so apparently the thing to do is to not
reply to spammers i guess.  i think there is anti spam software you can
set up to keep spam away, but i know nothing about it.  sorry.

elaine

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in a message dated 4/13/00 2:44:11 pm eastern daylight time, becker@dean.com
writes:

<< well, we may have just seen the first shift in policy after ben & jerry's
was bought out yesterday.  i thought that the new owners signed a 2 year
committment not to changes the socially-aware marketing strategy.  i hope
the new sponsors can afford the girls....

                         -- chris

ben & jerry's dumps newport folk festival

  newport, r.i. (reuters) - ben & jerry's homemade inc., the socially
conscious makers of ice cream flavors with quirky names, has soured
  on the newport folk festival and withdrawn its sponsorship from the annual
event. >>


this is new news??   i thought they withdrew from nff months ago, long before
the sale of the company.

indi

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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 20:50:18 -0400
reply-to:     erica weinstein <eweins1@po-box.mcgill.ca>
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from:         erica weinstein <eweins1@po-box.mcgill.ca>
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this is an article from the nation about the mmow.  very interesting...

http://www.thenation.com/issue/000417/0417gamson.shtml

erica

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:o)

<<okay  folks,  i'm getting spam, from  audiohighway.com also at
audiohwy@response.etracks.com.
i'm new to dealing with this sort of thing.>>

go to a search engine. any search engine will do, but my first choice is
always www.metacrawler.com . do a search on something, well, let's be brave
and search on something like "stop spam" - a wealth of information will be
at your fingertips. and your questions will no doubt be answered on the
links that are magically produced. doing a little research in this manner
will allow fellow listees a little more free time instead of regurgitating
readily-available information.

some might even consider the message to the list verging on spam (being as
it's unsolicited, un-indigo girl related, and doesn't have nigc in the
header), but personally it doesn't bother me one little jot and i'm happy to
take some time out of my evening to assist you.

<<can anyone make any suggestions on how i can i find out who this person
is... how they got my email address ?>>

my guess, and i admit it's a wild and crazy one, but bear with me... if you
go to etracks.com (the clue's in their email address, folks) right there
there's a nifty little box where one's email can be entered. my guess is
that you _or_someone_else_ entered your email address in that box and
submitted it there.

<<and most important how to get them to bug off before it gets to be a
problem?>>

now, call me rash, call me hasty, (as long as you call me) but if you go
click a few buttons on their website (hint: click on the shopping cart and
then one of the ones that take you to, well, play around in the general
customer support area). they're even nice enough to post their toll free
customer support number there.

<<i  contacted them afeter the first email, said i want to be taken off
their list ,  i want hemto stop, obviously they are not listenning, or not
receiving my emails.>>

most reputable places will have specific remove instructions which if you
follow will rid you of unwanted email forever. and i'll wager, since these
people have a web site and a customer service number, i'll wager they're not
genral spam scum that bug the rest of us and are pretty much legit. gss can
be distinguished by... well, i wouldn't want to take the fun out of that
metacrawler research for you now...

i too was thinking of posting here every time someone spammed me, just to
see if anyone else had the same misfortune, but, on balance, i decided i
like a little mystery in life...

happy trails...

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subject:      any1 with princeton/manhattanville tix?
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if anyone has an xtra princeton ticket for friday 4/14 or an xtra manhattanville ticket for sat 4/15 that you are willing to part with..i would appreciate it...
please contact me via private mail
thanks
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hey

so while i still have more 'you go' emails than 'you suck' the way i see it
there were two distinct ways to read my last message:

the sarcastic, bitter, and not-nice way
or
the light-hearted, bouncy, rolling-with-the-punches way.

i'm sure i don't need to tell you which of the two was the spirit which it
was intended and i apologise if it came out otherwise.

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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 23:18:33 -0400
reply-to:     sarah nordstrom <sarahemm@sarahemm.net>
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from:         sarah nordstrom <sarahemm@sarahemm.net>
subject:      trading boots?
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hiya all, just a quick introduction, as i'm new here.

i'm sarah, live in toronto, make my living doing network admin and
computer programming...
if you'd like to know anything else, you can visit my site at
http://www.sarahemm.net ;o)

anyways, i was just wondering, how does one *start* trading boots?
because it seems like you need boots to get boots =)

good to be here, take care y'all! ;o)

  -- sarah nordstrom

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i recently read an article in <a
href="http://www.thesunnews.com/news/stories/2046593.htm">the sun news</a>
out of myrtle beach, sc. it was about ig and serena willaims cancelling
appearances in sc. there was a lot of flaming going on in the reader comments
section of that site, so i felt the need to post my counter attack. the
particular post that inflamed me was:

who are the indigo girls and serena williams? the indigo girls look like a
bunch of boys in drag. serena might be alright though. i'll bet that a lot of
pro golfers would be glad if tiger wood would boycott every tourney for the
rest of the season. we have 50 separate states that are republics, if you
don't like a particular state move until you find one that suits your taste.
i don't like the northern states that is why i live in the south. can you
imagine what it would be like to have to live in ny city. even new york
staters despise that place.
harry godwin
vbdrambone@ftc-i.net
georgetown, sc
thu apr 13 22:40:28 2000

this triggered me to write my post as follows:

the boycott may not completely be the best thing to do for sc in regards to
the citizens and small businesses, but i for one, believe that it is
important. many people are attacking individuals such as the indigo girls and
serena williams because they voiced their opinions on an issue that they felt
strongly about. they have as much right to give their opinions as anyone else
has to disagree with them and should not be subject to personal attacks only
because they think differently from the way that their opposition does. i
don't believe in the flag's representation of a past laden with injustice and
discrimination. it is important however, to realize how much south carolina
and the american south in general, has moved away from the sanctioning of
this message. i applaud that fact. if people would like to fly the flag in
their own yards, that's their right. but by the state of south carolina
flying the flag proudly over government buildings, it seems to be supporting
the message of hate (which many people understand the flag to mean, right or
wrong). there are ways to be proud of your heritage and your ancestors who
fought proudly in the cival war... but inact a war memorial or build a
museum. don't fly a flag with a hate-filled sentiment. everyone should learn
from their mistakes, and it doesn't matter which side of the cival war you
were on. everyone made mistakes. by supporting the flag, you ultimately
discredit your ancestors role in the change for the better, the ever going
struggle for equality, and the better america in which you live today. oh and
in case you were wondering, i'm just a white middle class college kid who
believes strongly in the equality of all people and the celebration of
diversity. thank you.

there you have it. thanks for letting me share. and to all of the listees in
sc, emily says that she gives "her word" that they'll come back to sc once
the boycott is lifted because they "have great fans there". so make sure
y'all go out and support them and their courage for taking a stand, when they
return.

peace,
jax

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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 20:43:35 -0700
reply-to:     graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
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from:         graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
subject:      re: spam victim needs help
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if i were you, i'd look at the complete header for the emails in
question, and then start sending copies of the offending email, with a
short "this is spam, make it stop" note attached to all the places that
it traveled through on its way to you.  often, this is
postmaster@domain.extension.  also, look at the audiohighway.com website
and see if they have a complaint contact list.  i've gotten accounts
closed before.

the best way to fight against spam is to take away their access, ya
know.

-graham

barbara bordner wrote:
>
> okay  folks,  i'm getting spam, from  audiohighway.com also at
> audiohwy@response.etracks.com.
>
> i'm new to dealing with this sort of thing.  can anyone make any
> suggestions on how i can i find out who this person is, how they got my
> email address ?  and most important how to get them to bug off before it
> gets to be a problem?
>
> i  contacted them afeter the first email, said i want to be taken off
> their list ,  i want hemto stop, obviously they are not listenning, or
> not receiving my emails.
>
> i  don't want my screen to flll  up with unsolicited emails  from
> advertisers
>
> thanks a million.   and btw,  if  any of you  have gotten unwanted
> emails from this person. let me know how you handled  them, and if it
> worked.
>
> peace
>
> barb
>
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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 21:01:05 -0700
reply-to:     hawke2@email.msn.com
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from:         ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
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i've been using spamcop. it figures out who to send the spam report to. just
this week i've gotten email from isp 4 times saying the offender had his
account terminated.

http://spamcop.net/

ryan

> -----original message-----
> from: indigo girls mailing list [mailto:indigo-girls@netspace.org]on
> behalf of graham ames
> sent: thursday, april 13, 2000 8:44 pm
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: re: spam victim needs help
>
>
> if i were you, i'd look at the complete header for the emails in
> question, and then start sending copies of the offending email, with a
> short "this is spam, make it stop" note attached to all the places that
> it traveled through on its way to you.  often, this is
> postmaster@domain.extension.  also, look at the audiohighway.com website
> and see if they have a complaint contact list.  i've gotten accounts
> closed before.
>
> the best way to fight against spam is to take away their access, ya
> know.

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 00:36:34 edt
reply-to:     indigokat@aol.com
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in a message dated 4/13/00 11:31:17 pm eastern daylight time,
freak92080@aol.com writes:

<< i recently read an article in <a
href="http://www.thesunnews.com/news/stories/2046593.htm">the sun news</a>
out of myrtle beach, sc. it was about ig and serena willaims cancelling
appearances in sc. there was a lot of flaming going on in the reader comments
section of that site, so i felt the need to post my counter attack. the
particular post that inflamed me was:
  >>


oh lord.....just what we need, a troll.....

indi

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 00:40:07 edt
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in a message dated 4/14/00 12:38:18 am eastern daylight time,
indigokat@aol.com writes:

<< in a message dated 4/13/00 11:31:17 pm eastern daylight time,
freak92080@aol.com writes:

<< i recently read an article in <a
href="http://www.thesunnews.com/news/stories/2046593.htm">the sun news</a>
  out of myrtle beach, sc. it was about ig and serena willaims cancelling
  appearances in sc. there was a lot of flaming going on in the reader
comments
  section of that site, so i felt the need to post my counter attack. the
  particular post that inflamed me was:
   >>


oh lord.....just what we need, a troll.....

indi
  >>


oops    jax, sorry   i couldnt follow your cut and paste too clearly!  it
looked to me if your writing was the troll's.  sorry, ignore my post!!!

indi

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date:         thu, 13 apr 2000 23:09:02 -0700
reply-to:     hawke2@email.msn.com
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from:         ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
subject:      re: nff and unilever...
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but being a person who recently acquired another business (someone shoot me,
please), i think i can safely say that the deal between unilever and b&j has
probably been in the works for at least as many months, maybe even a year.
so b&j knew they were going to sell and decided not to sponsor nff....

at least that's my theory.

ryan

> -----original message-----
> in a message dated 4/13/00 2:44:11 pm eastern daylight time,
> becker@dean.com
> writes:
>
> << well, we may have just seen the first shift in policy after
> ben & jerry's
>  was bought out yesterday.  i thought that the new owners signed a 2 year
>  committment not to changes the socially-aware marketing strategy.  i hope
>  the new sponsors can afford the girls....
>
>                          -- chris
>
>  ben & jerry's dumps newport folk festival
>
>   newport, r.i. (reuters) - ben & jerry's homemade inc., the socially
>  conscious makers of ice cream flavors with quirky names, has soured
>   on the newport folk festival and withdrawn its sponsorship from
> the annual
>  event. >>
>
>
> this is new news??   i thought they withdrew from nff months ago,
> long before
> the sale of the company.
>
> indi
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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 06:27:42 -0600
reply-to:     lavendar <moonfrost@uswest.net>
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from:         lavendar <moonfrost@uswest.net>
subject:      re: dar :).
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hi,

thanks for the web site!!  i'm gonna go there right now and poke
around!  and, yyou are probably right, this rock is kinda big, but, i can
fit under here with all my ig cd's and the diskman, sooo...:)

kendra
at 01:44 am 4/12/00 -0400, lisa r wrote:
><< who is dar, and
>  where can i hear her stuff?? >>
>
>oh my kendra darling...you poor thing...that rock you are hiding under must
>be very big!! :) you need to find some sunlight and get some dar asap...
>she's one of the coolest folkies around :)  this is dar's website...although
>it's horribly un-updated..but you can still hear some samples :)
>http://www.darwilliams.com/
>
>:) lisa (big dar-lover :)
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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 06:50:59 -0700
reply-to:     sunny <sunnyig@yahoo.com>
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hey -

it's taken me awhile to get to this - yahoo wasnt nice
to me yesterday - wah.  anyway - i have to say that i
am still on cloud 9 from the cornell show!  the whole
night was perfect...when i got there - we didnt even
wait in line but were able to get up front - amy side
and more left to where the sign language interpreters
were...anyway i am a sign language interpreter...so i
was talking w them and was just excited for the show
to start - telling them that terping for the indigos
is my total dream job!  well after danielle howle -
who was awesome - one of the interpreters came over
and asked if i would help terp the show!!!!  i was
scared and totally excited all at the same time!  well
i did it!!  i interpreted 4 songs...jonas and ezekial,
faye tucker, cold beer and remote control, and blister
in the sun!  so if you were at the show - that was me
terping those songs...(yeah right, like you could take
date:       sun, 16 apr 2000 18:45:03 +0000
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your eyes off amy and emily! )  anyway - it was so
damn fun.  after the show i shook amy's hand and told
her i had the best time...i cant believe i was able to
do that!  what a blast!  so i had a great
time...danielle was really nice - she brought us water
and sodas!

so here's what's on the set list...
get out the map
jonas and ezekial
peace tonight
ozilline
ghost
world falls - i love this song!!!
least complicated
faye tucker
emily solo - philosophy of loss
amy solo - new one - cool...
closer to fine
go
cold beer
shame on you
power of two (the setlist says hammer)
kid fears

gone again
blister in the sun
galileo

thanks for reading!
take it easy,
sunny - who's head is still in the clouds!


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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 11:19:35 edt
reply-to:     kisha1976@aol.com
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sarah:
well, you can usually find a kind soul (or 2:) to help you out; just send
them a blank tape and money or stamps for return postage. some people do 2:1
also; that's where you send them 2 blank tapes and postage, they keep one
tape, and send back the other with the show requested. here's my boot list,
maybe there's something you'd like: <a
href="http://www.gurlpages.com/music/k.munson/index.html">kisha's world
o'bootleg and rarities trading page</a>. but beware: there are traders out
there that will rip you off (it's happened to me, unfortunately). but
luckily, i've had nothing but good experiences with indigo traders. oh, and
never pay for a bootleg! live music should be free:) (in my humble opinion)
check out www.tapetraders.com or
www.angelfire.com/ms/thesegoddesses/indigo.html
good luck!!!

xo
kisha

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 08:48:00 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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  hey all! i had lost my soc album about 2 yrs ago and havent ever found it
and i just got it again!!!!!!!!1 yippie!! i love this album...but i love
every album!! listening to it now on my computer at work and im just lovin
it!! (btw, anyone here a computer geek? need help w/ ftp files. awsome ig
ftp sites w/ mp3 but i its all scred up!!)
   anyway, i have always been intrigued w/ the poetic ambivilance,
symbolism, and imagery given to us from the girls! i always used to joke
that if i even slightly understood one song i would be eternally greatfull!!
i love these girls! their music just transforms me and puts in a place that
is all my own! the beauty of their lyrics is that every person takes
something completely different away from each song, and even that meaning
may change later on! most of the time, the songs tell a story, but not
specifics. here are some lyrics i would love some help on!! if anyone has an
idea of the refrence or meaning of these, please post!! im so curious and
have wondered about sooooooooo many parts of sooooooooooo many of thier
masterpices! i figure this would be a great place for me to spew my
questions!! thanks all!!

1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your skin (i assumed itchy
trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the rest? :)

2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the celebration too" shed your
skin

3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)

4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my thought was maybe its a
refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex there frequently at
such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; and here in america
many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are embaressed if they
are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but thats what came to my
mind.)

5. "dangilng inside the fifth direction" everything in its own time fith
direction?? whas that:)~

6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut it out (amy has a
thing w/ numbers!!)

  these are just a few and only from soc!! btw, forever and a day, years
ago, when emily sang "send it down to your noteboke my wannabe hariet the
spy" in caramia (my name is cara so i really like the title of this song!!)
i thought for sure she was sayin "dont wannabe harry at the spine"!!i was
like, um, i dont wannabe harry at the spine either!! great visual! when i
relized i was signing it wrong, well, i liked the way it was written alot
better than what i thought was written!!...thank you to anyone, in advance,
to any posts concerning any of these lryics! maybe these could be a question
of the day!! maybe not! whatever ya want!! have a superific day everyone!!

cara

...."a lesson learned,a loving god,and everything in its own time"....
        ig-everythings in its own time (couldn't have said it better!)

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 08:58:05 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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i have asked around and no one seems to know anything!  my grad-student
friend put out a massive email to ask if anyone knew anything and no one
does but many are searching. this would be terrible :( (i still get to see
them twice in two months so i am very greatful!) its not on the sites, as
you stated, so i will call the info person at duke again and see if she
knows anything. last time she told me just to look in the chronicle (thanks
for this article post! boo hiss on those non indigo ppl!! too folky?? ahh,
ignorance is bliss hehehhehee:)~  anway, thanks so much for this post angie,
and ill do my best.  i have a bad feeling though. let us know if you hear
anything, and ill do the same!!!

cara

................."flesh is strong, spirit stronger"...................
                                 ig- shed your skin

>from: i2string01@aol.com
>reply-to: i2string01@aol.com
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: ig article in duke student newspaper
>date: thu, 13 apr 2000 20:37:28 edt
>
>this article is a few weeks old but i don't think anyone has posted it.
>also, i noticed a few days ago that the duke show has been removed from the
>tour sections of both ig web sites and the michelle malone site (she was
>the
>opening act).  anyone know if the show has been canceled?  perhaps they are
>trying to limit advertising so the public won't crash the party...  if
>anyone
>knows what's going on here, please email me.
>
>- angela
>-----------------
>indigo girls commit for last day of classes bash
>
>jaime levy
>march 29, 2000
>-------------------------------------------
>
>if you don't go to this year's last day of classes concert then la, la,
>la...
>"shame on you."
>
>the indigo girls verbally committed monday to play at the april 26 last day
>of classes celebration. the two-woman folk band, which is passing through
>durham before concerts in asheville, n.c. and myrtle beach, s.c., will
>perform on the cambridge inn quadrangle, campus council representatives
>announced.
>
>"this is on their way," said trinity sophomore vik devisetty, chair of the
>last day of classes celebration. "it's a good opportunity to play at a
>college, to get their music out."
>
>some students were excited that they could listen to the harmonizing duo of
>amy ray and emily saliers strum their guitars on the quad, but others were
>skeptical that the group would attract a homogenous crowd.
>
>"i definitely like them-i'll definitely go...," said leah trabich, a
>trinity
>sophomore. "i think all of my friends will go."
>
>although the indigo girls have a strong fan base among college-aged women,
>many students were concerned that the group will not appeal to a broad
>audience.
>
>"i think for an event like the last day of classes, when a concert is free
>and you're looking for something to unite the whole student body, you
>should
>concentrate on groups that have an eclectic fan base," said trinity
>sophomore
>brian washington.
>
>indeed, some students said they would not attend the concert-despite the
>fact
>that it's a free event.
>
>"i'm not happy," said trinity senior gianna moreno. "i don't particularly
>like the indigo girls. they're too folky.... it'll be fun regardless, but i
>probably won't stick around for the show."
>
>unlike last year's celebration-which included performances from vertical
>horizon, naughty by nature and fastball-the indigo girls bring only their
>opening act. devisetty said he will not know who the opening act is until
>he
>signs the band's $35,000 contract.
>
>procuring a big act was campus council's top priority this year.
>
>"it's the entire goal of the event to bring a band that students will
>enjoy.
>[but] no matter what band we [bring], we will never please everyone...," he
>said. "we had more money this year, and we wanted a band with lots of name
>recognition and a band that people enjoy listening to."
>
>this year, devisetty said, campus council solicited input from students in
>choosing a group. after compiling preference lists from all the quad
>councils, campus council pursued several groups-including the roots, live,
>third eye blind and tonic-before settling on the indigo girls. the other
>groups were either booked or did not want to play at duke, devisetty
>explained.
>
>in 1997, the group backed out of an april senior concert in cameron indoor
>stadium after canceling an entire leg of its tour. because a contract had
>not
>been signed when the band canceled in march, the duke university union and
>east campus council were left scrambling to find a replacement. more
>recently, the band canceled a tour of australia while indigo girl amy ray
>underwent surgery.
>
>campus council vice president jim lazarus said he was not terribly worried
>about losing the concert at the last minute.
>
>"most of the reasons they've canceled aren't anything we can worry
>about...,"
>said the trinity junior. "it's a concern, but not one that's standing out
>in
>my mind."
>--------------------------
><a
>href="http://www.chronicle.duke.edu/export/www/www_docs/chronicle/2000/03/29/0
>1indigogirls.html">indigo girls commit for last day of classes bash -
>wednesday, march 29, 2000</a>
>
>http://www.chronicle.duke.edu/export/www/www_docs/chronicle/2000/03/29/01indig
>ogirls.html
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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 12:03:17 -0400
reply-to:     mbeene@wesleyancollege.edu
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well, this is only a wee bit of info, but...amy says down in the 48s, i
think it's something like she's in alaska (i read this somewhere-probably
that faq lyric site~lifeblood?) and the person to/about whom she's singing
is the 48 contiguous states.

i also used to know about 115, you are 17--i think it's something like out
of every 115_____, 17 of them are_______. of course, the blanks are the
important part, but i can't remember what they are! blah!

i suggest you try searching lefblood (i think it's lifeblood, someone please
correct em if i'm wrong). the site has a faq page for each album (maybe not
the new one, it's been a while since i've looked there)

have an indigo day, y'all!

megan (o:,'

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6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut it out (amy has a
thing w/ numbers!!)

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 11:05:13 -0500
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>1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your >skin (i assumed itchy
>trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the >rest? :)
amy is talking about the number of poisonous snakes that exist in the united
state.  of the 115 varieties of snakes that are native to north america, 17
are venomous. -- i got that from some q&a somewhere.

>2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the >celebration too" shed your
>skin

milagro means miracle

>3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)
another quote here "on "world cafe" in may 1997 amy said, "i don't have
anything against scooter boys.  but it's an image of england to me...i was
referring to the idea of england as an imperialist country.  and argentina
as a country that was colonized.  i mean, i'm talking about colonization.""
>4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my >thought was maybe its a
>refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex >there frequently at
>such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; >and here in america
>many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are >embaressed if they
>are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but >thats what came to
my
>mind.)
i don't know for sure but i agree with what you think on that one.

>6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut >it out (amy has a
>thing w/ numbers!!)
darwin's theory is a bar in anchorage, alaska.  the 48's is a term used to
refer to the 48 contiguous us states.


hope this helps!
-mi rinda

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>i suggest you try searching lefblood (i think it's >lifeblood, someone
please
>correct em if i'm wrong). the site has a faq page for >each album (maybe
not
>the new one, it's been a while since i've looked there)


now that you say that i think that is where i got my info from.  i know i
got it from some web site.
:)
have a great weekend everyone!!
peace, love and everything indigo,
mi rinda

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>
> at&t summer nights at the pier celebrates its 10th anniversary by bringing
> back some of the most popular performers from the past nine years, as well
> as presenting some new-to-the pier artists. now a seattle tradition, this
> concert series celebrates summer in one of the northwest's premier venues,
> with unparalleled views of the sun setting over the puget sound, the
> majestic olympics and the moonlit city skyline.
>
> tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on friday, april 14th.
> ... online at http://www.summernights.org
> ... in person at ticketmaster outlets
> ... charge by phone at 206.628.0888
> ... at the pier box office which opens thursday, june 22nd. the box office
> hours are tuesday through saturday, 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
>
> the 10th anniversary of the concert series covers the musical spectrum with
> rock, blues, funk, world and country in 18 nights throughout the summer.
> at&t summer nights at the pier is proud to present:

blah blah blah ...

> indigo girls
> friday, july 14 at 8 p.m. &
> saturday, july 15 at 8 p.m., $33

>
> seating ranges from chairs to bleachers to picnic tables. all shows are
> general admission, rain or shine. the 4th of july show with hit explosion
> and the retros will be dance-style with an open floor for maximum room to
> move and groove.
>
> concert-goers can enjoy a variety of delicious meals from taco del mar
> before and during the show. a selection of beers and wines can be enjoyed
> in the lighthouse lounge, and beverages include specialty coffees from
> seattle's best coffee, pepsi products and aquafina water.
>

etc...

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cara klein wrote:
>
> here are some lyrics i would love some help on!! if anyone has an
> idea of the refrence or meaning of these, please post!!

well, i can only tell you what my addled brain comes up with for these
lines...

> 1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your skin (i assumed itchy
> trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the rest? :)

i'd always assumed that 115 was either the number of a hotel room or
that this was girl #115 who had approached amy, or something.  you are
17 -- the girl's age.  itchy trigger -- horny.  venomous -- the girl's
character.  basically, she's addressing the song to this young, bitter
girl who's making a pass at her, and in the rest of the song, she's
inviting the girl to drop her pretentions (shed her skin) and be real
with her for a while.

> 2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the celebration too" shed your
> skin

um... hangman is a symbol of death and execution... milagro is spanish
for "miracle", and either refers to miracles in general, or to the
milagro beanfield war, which was a grassroots rebellion thing in new
mexico...  i've always heard the last part as "i got this celebration
too", ever since i saw ig do an acoustic duo show for the sots tour, and
during that line, amy stopped playing her instrument, and enunciated
this whole line very clearly and during "i got this celebration, too",
gestured to indicate she was (at the time) referring to the concert and
the people celebrating in the hall that evening.  gave me goosebumps.
still does, just writing about it.

> 3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)

scooter boys are 60s mod "biker" boys in england.  the movie
"quadrophenia" is about scooter boys.

> 4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys

i don't think virginity is to be taken as literally meaning sex here...
i think she's talking about inexperience in general.

> 5. "dangilng inside the fifth direction" everything in its own time fith
> direction?? whas that:)~

um...  well, the native americans believe that there are also above,
below, and within for directions...  i'm guessing she's meaning
something along these lines.

> 6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut it out (amy has a
> thing w/ numbers!!)

down in the 48 is a reference to the contiguous united states, minus
alaska and hawaii.


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<< 1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous">>
~amy stated she was referring to the 17 poisonous snakes native to the usa
out of 115 total.  oddly enough we researched that in zoology lab the other
day and there appears to be at least 22...  oh well 17 sounds better anyways
:)

4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my thought was maybe its a
refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex there frequently at
such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; and here in america
many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are embaressed if they
are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but thats what came to my
mind.)
~yea.. that makes sense.. and we bitch about a boring life or complain of
simplicity/purity, sexually and non, while other countries are living in
their own hell.  that's what i always made of it.  good point though!

isn't this fun?  (and being mistaken too!)
peace-
erin

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hey cara,

fyi, you can answers to these questions and a while lot more lyric in
the list faq at:  http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig

hope that helps!

jean


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>   hey all! i had lost my soc album about 2 yrs ago and havent ever
> found it
> and i just got it again!!!!!!!!1 yippie!! i love this album...but i
> love
> every album!! listening to it now on my computer at work and im just
> lovin
> it!! (btw, anyone here a computer geek? need help w/ ftp files.
> awsome ig
> ftp sites w/ mp3 but i its all scred up!!)
>    anyway, i have always been intrigued w/ the poetic ambivilance,
> symbolism, and imagery given to us from the girls! i always used to
> joke
> that if i even slightly understood one song i would be eternally
> greatfull!!
> i love these girls! their music just transforms me and puts in a
> place that
> is all my own! the beauty of their lyrics is that every person takes
> something completely different away from each song, and even that
> meaning
> may change later on! most of the time, the songs tell a story, but
> not
> specifics. here are some lyrics i would love some help on!! if anyone
> has an
> idea of the refrence or meaning of these, please post!! im so curious
> and
> have wondered about sooooooooo many parts of sooooooooooo many of
> thier
> masterpices! i figure this would be a great place for me to spew my
> questions!! thanks all!!
>
> 1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your skin (i assumed
> itchy
> trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the rest? :)
>
> 2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the celebration too" shed
> your
> skin
>
> 3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)
>
> 4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my thought was maybe
> its a
> refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex there
> frequently at
> such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; and here in
> america
> many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are embaressed if
> they
> are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but thats what
> came to my
> mind.)
>
> 5. "dangilng inside the fifth direction" everything in its own time
> fith
> direction?? whas that:)~
>
> 6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut it out (amy
> has a
> thing w/ numbers!!)
>
>   these are just a few and only from soc!! btw, forever and a day,
> years
> ago, when emily sang "send it down to your noteboke my wannabe hariet
> the
> spy" in caramia (my name is cara so i really like the title of this
> song!!)
> i thought for sure she was sayin "dont wannabe harry at the spine"!!i
> was
> like, um, i dont wannabe harry at the spine either!! great visual!
> when i
> relized i was signing it wrong, well, i liked the way it was written
> alot
> better than what i thought was written!!...thank you to anyone, in
> advance,
> to any posts concerning any of these lryics! maybe these could be a
> question
> of the day!! maybe not! whatever ya want!! have a superific day
> everyone!!
>
> cara
>
> ...."a lesson learned,a loving god,and everything in its own
> time"....
>         ig-everythings in its own time (couldn't have said it
> better!)
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> 4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys

i think this one is about the luxary we have to be able to make being gay an
issue.  i think "my own virginity" refers to heterosexual virginity, and
"cryin about" is about how the girls often include sexuality in their songs
and statements.  i just think in this song amy is realizing there are people,
in history and still today, that don't have the ability to talk about
sexuaity like we do.

kevin

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hey everyone! :)
so, i saw that someone else posted the onsale info about the seattle pier
(thanks! i was just about to do that myself!). anyway, i bought my tickets,
but i just feel so strange ordering through the internet, because there is
such a delay from when you pay to when you receive them. i'm paranoid about
them not getting my order. has anyone else gotten tickets through onereel?
how long until we get tickets? maybe it will help ease my paranoia.....can't
wait 'til july! ahhh. seattle.
peace,
becky
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hi all

ok this really frustrates me!!!   i have been trying to figure out how to get tickets to this show for weeks now!!   the only thing about this show that i have been seeing on the digest version are requests from people like me to get tickets for this show.  i read this email telling the "time and hope to see us all there" and that frustrates me a little bit more.  then last night i learn that my nephew who is not an au student has a ticket to this closed show and well couldn't get 2 extra for me!!!!!!  that really frustrated me!!!!!     so my last resort was to call au's box office and they tell me the show is not sold out and that  only au students can get them.  so now my only question is, are they carding students at the doors so i can tell my nephew he is out of luck and he won't be allowed in!!!!!   cause right about now that's the only thing that will make me happy....unless some really nice person can get me 2 tickets of course!!!!    i leave work at 4:00pm est so if you read this after that time you can catch me at home at mgsb@aol.com

sorry for venting but i had to let my frustration out somewhere!!!

sandy


<<hey all, just wanted to tell everyone that the show starts at 8:00 pm and
doors open at 7:00pm.  they do not know who the opening band is..does anyone
else out there?...if you have further questions they can be reached by
calling 202-885-1000 and asking for the boxoffice.  see you all there.>>

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in my own little warped world, i always thought of "crying about my own virginity" as how we tend to whine about our problems quite a bit while other people are trying just to survive.  i thought she was saying "hello, there are others out there with bigger problems than yours..."
just my .02.


~~ have a nice day.  :) ~~dawn
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in my own little warped world, i always thought of "crying about my own virginity" as how we tend to whine about our problems quite a bit while other people are trying just to survive.  i thought she was saying "hello, there are others out there with bigger problems than yours..."<br>just my .02.<br><br><p align=center><font color=green><strong>~~ have a nice day.  :) ~~dawn<br></strong></font> <em>here's a chance to make a choice, are you aware of the fire beneath your feet?''  </em><strong>amy ray    <br></strong><em>"the heart and the mind on a parallel course, never the two shall meet."  <strong></em><em>emily saliers<br></em></strong>*************</p>
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i have ordered tickets online from all kinds of sources and have never
had any problem.  onereel is quite excellent, actually.  i went to
bumbershoot last september, and they had really groovy 4-day passes made
for pre-orders, like over the 'net.  i can say only good things about
them.

"becky b." wrote:
>
> hey everyone! :)
> so, i saw that someone else posted the onsale info about the seattle pier
> (thanks! i was just about to do that myself!). anyway, i bought my tickets,
> but i just feel so strange ordering through the internet, because there is
> such a delay from when you pay to when you receive them. i'm paranoid about
> them not getting my order. has anyone else gotten tickets through onereel?
> how long until we get tickets? maybe it will help ease my paranoia.....can't
> wait 'til july! ahhh. seattle.
> peace,
> becky

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cool beans!! i have learned alot today! thank you thank you thank you thank
you!!!! see....now things make sense!! now, the "darwins theary ..." is
brilliantly said and leaves much more to abstract than if she had said "im
in a bar in alaska and your down in the continental us" !! hehehhehe...i
love this stuff! thank you for all the extremely helpful info! learn sumtin
knew everday ey? :)

cara

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                                 ig - its alright

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>reply-to: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com>
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>date: fri, 14 apr 2000 11:05:13 -0500
>
> >1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your >skin (i assumed
>itchy
> >trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the >rest? :)
>amy is talking about the number of poisonous snakes that exist in the
>united
>state.  of the 115 varieties of snakes that are native to north america, 17
>are venomous. -- i got that from some q&a somewhere.
>
> >2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the >celebration too" shed
>your
> >skin
>
>milagro means miracle
>
> >3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)
>another quote here "on "world cafe" in may 1997 amy said, "i don't have
>anything against scooter boys.  but it's an image of england to me...i was
>referring to the idea of england as an imperialist country.  and argentina
>as a country that was colonized.  i mean, i'm talking about colonization.""
> >4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my >thought was maybe its
>a
> >refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex >there frequently
>at
> >such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; >and here in
>america
> >many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are >embaressed if
>they
> >are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but >thats what came
>to
>my
> >mind.)
>i don't know for sure but i agree with what you think on that one.
>
> >6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut >it out (amy has a
> >thing w/ numbers!!)
>darwin's theory is a bar in anchorage, alaska.  the 48's is a term used to
>refer to the 48 contiguous us states.
>
>
>hope this helps!
>-mi rinda
>
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ok jean! thanks! i hope i didnt irratate anyone w/ my questions! ill check
out that link!! have a superific weekend all!!

cara

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>
>hey cara,
>
>fyi, you can answers to these questions and a while lot more lyric in
>the list faq at:  http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig
>
>hope that helps!
>
>jean
>
>
>--- cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com> wrote:
> >   hey all! i had lost my soc album about 2 yrs ago and havent ever
> > found it
> > and i just got it again!!!!!!!!1 yippie!! i love this album...but i
> > love
> > every album!! listening to it now on my computer at work and im just
> > lovin
> > it!! (btw, anyone here a computer geek? need help w/ ftp files.
> > awsome ig
> > ftp sites w/ mp3 but i its all scred up!!)
> >    anyway, i have always been intrigued w/ the poetic ambivilance,
> > symbolism, and imagery given to us from the girls! i always used to
> > joke
> > that if i even slightly understood one song i would be eternally
> > greatfull!!
> > i love these girls! their music just transforms me and puts in a
> > place that
> > is all my own! the beauty of their lyrics is that every person takes
> > something completely different away from each song, and even that
> > meaning
> > may change later on! most of the time, the songs tell a story, but
> > not
> > specifics. here are some lyrics i would love some help on!! if anyone
> > has an
> > idea of the refrence or meaning of these, please post!! im so curious
> > and
> > have wondered about sooooooooo many parts of sooooooooooo many of
> > thier
> > masterpices! i figure this would be a great place for me to spew my
> > questions!! thanks all!!
> >
> > 1. "115 you are 17 itchy trigger venomous" shed your skin (i assumed
> > itchy
> > trigger was refrence to a gun (?), but what about the rest? :)
> >
> > 2. "i got the hangman, i got milagro, i got the celebration too" shed
> > your
> > skin
> >
> > 3. what is a scooter boy?? (boys that ride scooters?)
> >
> > 4. "cryin about my own virginity" scooter boys (my thought was maybe
> > its a
> > refrence to women getting raped or forced to have sex there
> > frequently at
> > such an early age, way before they wanted to have sex; and here in
> > america
> > many want sex, at least by a certain age, and some are embaressed if
> > they
> > are still a virgin. i am probally way of base here but thats what
> > came to my
> > mind.)
> >
> > 5. "dangilng inside the fifth direction" everything in its own time
> > fith
> > direction?? whas that:)~
> >
> > 6. "sittin in darwins theory, your down in the 48" cut it out (amy
> > has a
> > thing w/ numbers!!)
> >
> >   these are just a few and only from soc!! btw, forever and a day,
> > years
> > ago, when emily sang "send it down to your noteboke my wannabe hariet
> > the
> > spy" in caramia (my name is cara so i really like the title of this
> > song!!)
> > i thought for sure she was sayin "dont wannabe harry at the spine"!!i
> > was
> > like, um, i dont wannabe harry at the spine either!! great visual!
> > when i
> > relized i was signing it wrong, well, i liked the way it was written
> > alot
> > better than what i thought was written!!...thank you to anyone, in
> > advance,
> > to any posts concerning any of these lryics! maybe these could be a
> > question
> > of the day!! maybe not! whatever ya want!! have a superific day
> > everyone!!
> >
> > cara
> >
> > ...."a lesson learned,a loving god,and everything in its own
> > time"....
> >         ig-everythings in its own time (couldn't have said it
> > better!)
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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 13:33:51 -0700
reply-to:     heather rosenberg <georgia624@yahoo.com>
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so i called ticketmaster today and they said that they
don't know of any june 2nd show at chastain.  has
anybody else heard anything?

what about you mike, you know everything

heather

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 16:45:36 edt
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subject:      canandaigua  6/15 show mistake
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the girls are not playing in canandaigua that day, they are playing at
artpark in lewiston, ny ( it has been confirmed). tickets go onsale sat. 4/15
at 10am.

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 16:11:17 -0700
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subject:      ?-ballad of squeaky fromme
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while on the topic of lyrics and what they mean.  the ballad of squeaky
fromme is one of my favorite amy solo's but i have no idea what it's about.
does anyone know?
thanx
        denise

"the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
place'"--vw--es
"rock is cool, but the struggle is better"--ggg--ar
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