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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 21:23:17 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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>from:    tina crawford <tenaindigo@aol.com>
>
>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???

i worked as a consultant to unilever; they own *tons* of stuff... lipton,
many soaps and toothpastes, vaseline products, all kinds of shampoos and
detergents.  they probably have products in 99% of all homes.

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date:         fri, 14 apr 2000 21:31:30 -0400
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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>from:    ryan blackhawke <hawke2@email.msn.com>
>
>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.

except for this:

>''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.''

that's the part that i can't quite figure out... why pull out of the most
popular folk festival in the country to start your own from scratch?

perhaps the expense just didn't match the return.  it's not like the nff is
a charity or anything; frankly, it's just the opposite, an event where the
comfortable can vacation in a very exclusive town.

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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 00:22:26 -0400
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tonight's concert was no band and all acoustic!  i did not try to write a
set list, but emily did _love's recovery_  and amy gave us _romeo_.  for me
it was quite a thrill, and the sound was by far the best of any ig concert
i have heard.  the energy of the crowd was great, and the girls were
apparently in good spirits.  my neighbor was able to meet them afterwards.


jo  (about to return to lurkdom.)

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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 00:32:49 -0400
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subject:      re: ?-ballad of squeaky fromme
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i have never, ever heard the song (anyone who wants to send a copy would be
most welcome) -- but by bizarre circumstance i was thinking about squeaky
yesterday!  she is someone who tried to assassinate president ford.  i
believe amy wrote the ballad after fromme escaped from prison.

i would love to learn more about the song and why amy wrote it.  did she
ever record it commercially or otherwise?


jo  (*now* going back to lurking.)

at 04:11 pm 04/14/00 -0700, denise wrote:
>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

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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 01:36:09 -0400
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        whoopee! what a terrific show this was. the crowd was really
wonderful - warmly enthusiastic, yet quiet and attentive during the songs
themselves, which i for one really appreciated. i don't think amy and
emily expected nearly so warm a reception as they received, because they
said several times that they had been pleasantly surprised, and they ended
up performing a few extra songs because they were having so much fun (and
this despite the heat of the room; emily's bangs were pasted to her head
for the second half of the show). i guess i should start making some sense
now, so i'm gonna go back to the begining.
        the concert was moved last-minute from poe field into the gym, but
for the first bit of the show the concert-on-the-green mentality remained;
people spread blankets and erected folding chairs on the floor of the gym,
and remained that way throughout rose polenzani's opening set. rose, btw,
has a few *terrific* new songs, and she was very well received by the
audience (for a change). it was really a neat experience, sitting all
spread out as we were, and able to see without straining, albeit at a
greater distance. i was kind of hoping things would stay that way for the
ig set itself, which of course it didn't, despite many people holding
their ground while students lined up in front of them by the grate. by the
time ig took the stage, my friend and i managed to position our 5'2"
selves front and center, third row, which was lucky. less lucky was the
fact that we were behind a group of what i can only assume to be varsity
basketball players, since any of them would have had to stoop to rest her
chin on the top of my head. in fact, i think this was probably the
tallest, blondest audience of which i have ever been a member. they were
really polite about moving so that we could see between them, though,
which i appreciated.
        they looked to be in good shape coming out on stage, not as
tired as they seemed at bucknell. amy was in her cowboy hat (yum) a black
tank top (i think) with a dark blue shirt worn open over it and jeans.
emily had on a red top over a white t-shirt and grey camouflage pants. if
amy was suffering at all form her surgery, it didn't show: she pounded out
her songs with even more energy than usual and seemed to be in especially
high spirits all night, and grinned through most of the show.
        some interesting things, or at least i thought so:
        * i kind of miss the older chickenman when it was still a song
full of angst and pain, but they're doing some really interesting things
with it these days. emily had a superb guitar solo, amy mucked with the
words even more than usual (and grinned through about half of it) and it
had more the spirit of a musical romp than the tour-de-force it has been
in the past... although really, no less compelling than before, jsut
different. oh, and at one point during the song amy turned around and spat
on the stage.  i'm not sure why this is important, but somehow i felt
everyone would want to know.
        * this is the first time i've sene a performance of ozillene at
which emily didn't need to explain what she was singing in the background.
        * finally got to see johnny rotten, of which i had heard much tell
but knew nothing about. for those who don't know (and i didn't until i
heard it tonight and made the connection) this is the song which amy sings
a fragment of on the lead-in to compromise. amy was incredible. i think
she really must have recovered from her surgery if they let her sing this.
        * this was the first time i'd ever seen andy, and hearing the
stripped-down, acoustic version confirmed my suspicion that it's a
beautiful song that was way overproduced on the album. in general i love
the production choices on cons, but this is one song that, imho, could
have benefitted from a lighter touch.
        * speaking of lights, whoever designed this show was on a *lot* of
psychedelic drugs, i think. ;)

        i actually got hold of a setlist after the show (wooha!) and so
this list is pulled from that with gaps filled in by my frail memory. if
anybody has any corrections, please post'em, because i feel like i'm
missing something toward the end. (sadly, my bootleg equipment went into
hibernation after world falls, so i can't cross-check it there.)

get out the map
reunion (which kicked ass - i've never seen it this good)
cold beer
chickenman
andy
ozillene
least complicated
world falls
philosophy of loss (listed as emily solo)
johnny rotten (listed as amy solo)
closer to fine
go
love's recovery (directly preceding this was the comment that they were
  going to extend the set by a few songs - here the setlist has a single
  question-mark slot, and then picks up again at power of two)
romeo and juliet
ghost
power of two
shame on you
---
or (with rose)
gone again
galileo

        oh, and we stuck around to meet them afterward... if stuck around
is the verb. or meet, for that matter. they showe dup inside of five
minutes, stopping only briefly to touch hands with a few folks before
climbing on the bus. i somehow managed to gain emily's attention and asked
her possibly the stupidest question on the list of like 50 that i was
thinking of - that is, "are you an x-files fan"? her reply was (i think
this is almost verbatim) "no. i mean, i like the show, but i'm not, like,
a head or anything. actually, i'm a pro-football fan." (this last with a
smile)
        see, i knew there was a reason to live. (shamelessly inside joke
for any of y'all out there who *do* religiously watch the x-files.)

        okay, i think that's about it. off to bed. :)
        mandy

                if i have a care in the world
                i have a gift to bring....

                                *emily saliers*


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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 13:13:54 -0300
reply-to:     mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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>
> >''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.''
>
> that's the part that i can't quite figure out... why pull out of the most
> popular folk festival in the country to start your own from scratch?

they do the one world fest in vermont every year - last year had great big sea,
shawn colvin, spin doctors and bruce hornsby and others - i think - really fun
(but hot - it was $10 a carload and in vermont - totally different vibe than nff,
but people have been saying that nff isn't as folk as it should be (falcon ridge
is the "real folk festival", nff is popular folk stuff, i dont agree but fwiw)

just a fyi -

mike r.

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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 10:17:35 -0700
reply-to:     jean moses <sneakyjean@yahoo.com>
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hey all,

i met megan from the list at this show, hiya megan!  hope you got home
alright!

the princeton show was *great*, and i agree with most of what mandy
said, especially about andy, which is much better song donr
acoustically, it was really moving.  also it really was the best
rendition of reunion i had ever heard.

funny/cute/human moments:

at one point, emily's high e-string was out of tune and she made this
sour face at amy which amy returned... it was cute.

amy couldn't see to whistle very well ;) both songs on the list when
she had to whistle she got most of the way through the bit and then
either stopped cpmpletely or made a face.

someone requested "copernicus" and both amy and emily cracked up
because of course they meant "galileo"... lol!

opening act:

was rose again, i have seen them three times now this year and all
three times it has been rose.  i wish i could see someone else!  while
i have to say that this was the best rose set i've seen so far, it just
confiremd for me that ir eally don't care for rose much.  for those of
you who agree with me (the few... the proud <g>), my aunt with the
masters in literture was with me and she called her both "lugubrious"
and "dolorous".  i had to laugh... such hge words for what i would just
describe as "boring"  <g>.  anyway, that isn't meant as offense to
those of you who like her ;)

the set list:

get out the map
reunion
cold beer and remote control
chickenman
andy
ozillene
least complicated
world falls
philosophy of loss
johnny rotten
closer to fine
go
love's recovery
romeo and juliet
ghost
power of two
shame on you
encore:
or (with rose)
gone again
galileo

that's it!

jean


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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 10:25:47 -0700
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i thought some of y'all might be interested in this
michelle rocks! :)
-laurel

hey y'all!

great news!  michelle will be conducting an on-line
cyber chat through
our
friends at hipcity.net.
on monday april 17th at 8:00pm est, you can log on and
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on that day, at that time, just click on this link
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michelle is really
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chats like this have gone really well in the past all
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date:         sat, 15 apr 2000 15:35:55 -0700
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on sat, 15 apr 2000, mike reynolds wrote:

> (but hot - it was $10 a carload and in vermont - totally different vibe than nff,
> but people have been saying that nff isn't as folk as it should be (falcon ridge
> is the "real folk festival", nff is popular folk stuff, i dont agree but fwiw)

mike, i'm curious, have you been to falcon ridge?

they are, in many ways, two very different festivals. at frff (falcon
ridge), most attendees camp right on the site.  there are song circles
of some sort happening just about 24 hours a day.  there are more
acts, both on the mainstage and on a smaller workshop stage.  there
is also a dance tent.  it's defintiely more of a grassroots
environment.  the music on stages happens from about noon to midnight,
and it does tend to be more diverse overall than nwport's offerings (not
that newport doesnt put together fabulous talent every year).  frff
also has a wide array of programming for kids.

newport is a more commercial venture.  there is much more of a formal
separation of artists and fans.  newport also doesnt lend itself to
jamming and sharing amongs musicians the way that frff does.

i love both festivals (been to newport 9 times, and frff 2x) but
they are very different. frff is also cheaper in that $65 gets you
all three days of music plus camping. frff also makes a larger
effort for accessibility, with asl almost all stage events (workshop
and mainstage).

if you're interested in more infoabout frff, the 2000 lineup ghas
been annoucned at www.falconridgefolk.com./  this year's attendees
include dar williams, john gorka, patty larkin, vance gilbert,
eddie from ohio, janis ian, and many others.

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date:         sun, 16 apr 2000 01:02:03 -0400
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okay...now that i have had the chance to experiment with mp3s, i want
more.  i have napster, and i found falling star with it *drools* and i am
dying to see if there are any more of amy's solo stuff and other stuff i
haven't heard or is better quality than what i have on tape...let me know
:)

tia!

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hiya list...well the manhattanville show was very good despite the bad weather...
it was a light drizzle..but it added up once you were standing out there for a while
i got there a little late and missed rose opening b/c the schedule was a messed up but was there to catch the girls...
amy wore the cowboy hat,striped shirt and dark blackish/gray pants and emily wore a blue shirt and dark pants...
they played a lot of the same set list from the princeton show but no romeo and juliet tonight..in fact during gone again amy said that this song has the "same sentiment" as romeo and juliet...
they decided just to play the encore without leaving the stage so we didn't have to wait in the rain longer than we already had....
the crowd was eh---so/so..not very big at all but...i looked at them and i don't think that there were many hardcore ig fans there...didn't see much singing along...but they were in good spirits..
security was also eh---all we had were these blue bracelets that didn't even get checked by them...i guess maybe if the weather was different it might have been a different story...
i didn't write down the set list
but they played
(in no order whatsoever)
power of two
kid fears
closer to fine
love's recovery
galileo
johnny rotten
cold beer
gone again

and i can't recall the rest..if someone has a complete setlist..please post it to the list
thanks
indigo smiles
jen

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i'm slightly out of the loop and have had puter problems lately...is the
myrtle beach show definitively cancelled, or were they waiting to see how the
legislature was going to vote on the flag issue (which they did, and decided
to take the flag down)?  my sister has tix to that show and heard that it may
be cancelled.  any info would be much appreciated!  thanks!

mis

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if you weren't at the bucknell show i don't wanna hear bout your
drizzle...hello we got poured on and it was quite chilly on top of that!!!!!
  and before i get flamed, i am saying this in a completely humorous
fashion...kind of like a hats off to those of us who were there!!!  hi
everyone!!!!!!!
peace and love,
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i totally relate to getting poured on...
hello...nff 1999....where it rained almost all
day long until the girls came on :)
i take that as a sign
indigo smiles
jen

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date:         sun, 16 apr 2000 11:12:41 edt
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in a message dated 4/16/00 1:06:57 am eastern daylight time,
tisara@www.webworqs.com writes:

<< okay...now that i have had the chance to experiment with mp3s, i want
more.  i have napster, and i found falling star with it *drools* and i am
dying to see if there are any more of amy's solo stuff and other stuff i
haven't heard or is better quality than what i have on tape...let me know
:)
  >>

just fyi.....

metallica sues internet's napster

hollywood (variety) - hard rockers metallica have become the first recording
artists to file a copyright infringement suit against the popular internet
file-sharing program napster. three major universities were named in the suit
as well. the suit was brought wednesday in u.s. district court in los angeles
by metallica, their music publishing company creeping death music and e/m
ventures (their joint venture with elektra records, the band's label).

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boy, was that an interesting show.
rose p. opened, and the crowd (except for like 5 of us), were very rude. the
majority of the people were drunk and kept hollering and stuff during her
set. she had some guy accompanying her on the guitar. he was good.
the girls came on at around 9:15pm. there were only like 8 ig fans there
(including amy's girlfriend), and it seemed like the rest of them were there
for the hell of it, which was cool too. it was pretty cold and rainy outside
at this time, and you can tell they were cold. they weren't too chatty with
the crowd and didn't look like they were having a lot of fun (with the cold
wet weather and drunk, rowdy crowd, can you blame them?) this one drunk girl
kept screaming "play galileo". the girls thought it was funny....at first.
emily was trying to play "love's recovery", and the girl kept screaming "play
galileo!" amy looked very pissed off and was just shaking her head. emily
looked pretty sad too. afterwards amy said something like "chill out from
yelling galileo. we'll play it later. if that's all you want to hear, you can
leave for awhile, and come back later". she was a bit more quiet, but then
some drunk couple decided to carry on a very loud conversation while they
played. eventually, they played galileo, thanked the crowd and left.
the girls and rose were wonderful (tho the sound was kinda crappy), but the
audience was horrendous; i guess they didn't realize how fortunate they were
to have these talented women play at their school, and didn't really care.
oh, and amy played the most incredible new song on her mandolin. it was a
seriously toe tappin, hoe down, yeehaw kinda song. does anyone know the name
of it? i taped the show, but it didn't come out too good, so i'm not even
going to offer it. but if anyone did tape it, please email me! thanks:)

xo
kisha

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amen to that... our group arrived at nff just as the rain started, telling
us we should have brought a tarp : well, that was stating the obvious :)....

john.

at 11:03 16/04/00 edt, jen wrote:
>i totally relate to getting poured on...
>hello...nff 1999....where it rained almost all
>day long until the girls came on :)
>i take that as a sign

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whoops -  should have said that a man passed us saying about the tarp - now
that mesage makes sense...

john.

at 17:41 16/04/00 +0100, you wrote:
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>us we should have brought a tarp : well, that was stating the obvious :)....
>
>john.
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we were fortunate enough to get into the college to see the show last night.
i agree with kisha's comment about the crowd concerning rose polenzani's set.
hardly anyone was paying attention to her music, which was a shame because
she was great!
we were right up against the barrier on emily's side for the girls' set and
the folks around us were very much into it - singing every song,  dancing,
and having a great time, despite the weather.   maybe most of the ig fans
were on emily's side of the stage last night.
i agree that the sound was not the best.  however, just to be able to see
them live and acoustic was wonderful.
i would enjoy them in any setting!

betsy

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sorry about that message everyone!

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sorry thought i sent a listserve command to the list.  sorry again for using
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indigo girls will be performing at the imf/world bank rally in dc, being
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hey im new to this list :)

i'm sarah from wilkes-barre, pa...      i went to the ig concert last sunday
night at marywood.. was anyone else there?

laterz,
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they are on now!!!!!

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they played, appropriately:

        hammer and a nail
        go

the show will be rebroadcast on cspan at 2am; i'd record for about 3 hours,
i *think* the rally started at noon and it's 2:15 now.  amy indicated at
the end that there would be more music back at the ellipse after the march,
not sure if that will include them or not.

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i just saw them...they played as the kickoff for the march.
they played world falls and go.
wonderful!
when i heard them mentioned...i made a mad dash to the tv room....
it was crazy!
carol

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so, my girlfriend and i are enjoying a lazy afternoon of loafing....and we
had just finished watching "goodbye lover" (possibly the worst movie starring
ellen degeneres) and had been flipping though the channels.
my gf was like, oh it's michael moore...just as he was saying "best
groups"...and there 'our' amy and emily were.  (:
i hadn't even been paying attention to list mail.
sigh....ig on tv is good...
-mel

got pride?

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<<  see, i knew there was a reason to live. (shamelessly inside joke
for any of y'all out there who *do* religiously watch the x-files.) >>

heehee :) good one! hey make sure to watch fight club on may 7..you may see
me in the stands..perilously close to gillian :) :)

oh so there is a little mention of the girls in the advocate special ed. on
the march.. david crosby does a little article about why he wanted to help
julie and melissa (which is soooo sweet) and he talks about how we are all
just humans.. (as opposed to straight vs. queer) and he talks a little about
his friends amy and emily :) and about how they were told not to play in a sc
high shcool b/c they are gay.. it's a really sweet article - the edition is
the special one on the millennium march with george michael and melissa on
the cover..

oh and ani is supposed to be on jay leno next friday :)

lisa

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hello...we just did something impetuous.  we bought tickets for the ig show
on june 11th in boston.  we have never been to boston.  we'd like to go to
the fine arts museum while we're there.  any pointers on where to stay,
what the driving is like or available crash space would be
appreciated!  it's my gf's birthday present to me.  thanks.


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no kidding.  my friends and i literally had to hang on
for dear life in fear of blowing into the water.  but
of course, it was worth it all.

heather

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i have question that does not pertain to ig and would like responses privately.  i apologize if anyone has an issue with this questions/s

has any butch dyke ever thought she was trangendered and want to take precursors or male hormones?
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hey everybody... i hope this isnt too late for some of you. i just talked to a
very pleasant girl at the au box office and she said the tix are $10 for us
regular people and free for au students....... i thought this was a closed
show..... it's not!!!!!!!! sooooooooooo, for those of you who, like myself,
were hoping to just show up ticketless, there is no need to fear..... just
march right up to the window, hand over ten bucks, and push your way past all
the students who got in for free.......
just thought this info might help some of you......
have fun!!!!!
see you there!
im wearing jeans and a black jack daniels tshirt.....
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> "no. i mean, i like the
> show, but i'm not, like,
> a head or anything. actually, i'm a pro-football
> fan." (this last with a
> smile)
>         see, i knew there was a reason to live.
> (shamelessly inside joke
> for any of y'all out there who *do* religiously
> watch the x-files.)

ok. i thought i watched x-files religiously, but
apparently i don't, because i don't get this. could
someone explain it to me? :)

also..someone's sig reminded me that i have absolutely
no idea what 123 is about, so...if someone could also
explain that to me...any takers? anyone?

thanx, celeste:)

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what time zone please?
thanks!
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maybe it's because there are sunday night nfl games on tv the same time as
x-files.
deb

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        actually, it was a reference to an early episode (mid-season 2ish)
in which scully comes very close to dying. in the final scene of the
episode, mulder shows up in her hospital room with flowers and a copy of
"superstars of the superbowl", which elicits the "i knew there was a
reason to live" comment from scully.

        mandy

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 00:13:46 edt
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my niece gave me a shirt from sots!! it's pale green with indigo
girls-shaming of the sun on the back and a picture of 2 women talking in a
field of flowers on the front, and it says indigo girls at the top, and the
words "get out the map." at the bottom
just had to share
also my friend is at universal ampitheatre seeing ani right now damn her....

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 01:32:40 edt
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sigh....where to begin.  ok well just when you think that your life cannot
get any better (or ig shows anyway) it does.  here's how it went down from
front row center :o).  rose opened...which was ok. she had a male guitar
player with her which seemed to liven up her set.  the girls came out and
told everyone that it was a benefit show for a pro-choice organization ( i am
sorry i do not remember the name of it).  amy was wearing her black "rock for
choice" t-shirt, blue jeans, and her blue suede shoes (no cowboy hat :o(  ).
emily was wearing a button down shirt with vertical stripes, and black pants
( i didn't notice any glitter).  the show was awesome.  they were very smiley
and very into it.
    highlights (well for me anyway).  watched the sound check (amazing), amy
sang chickenman which was not on the setlist, and for all of you who have
seen her play this at one point she puts the pick into her mouth so that she
can clap well of course everyone in the free world wants that pic and well
after the song i said "amy can i have that pic" to which she walked to the
end of the stage and leaned out to give it to me.  the stage was too far away
for her to reach me (even with me having jumped up onto the railing), so she
gave it to the security guard sitting there and while everyone reached out
for him to give it to them...amy pointed to me and said "her" woo hoo. so i
got the "spit pic" as i am now calling it. then when the show finished my
buddy security guard got me the setlist (emily's).  another security guard
got amy's list and gave it to the woman next to me ( who also happens to be a
listee, hi vicky), she said "wanna trade" realizing that i am clearly an amy
person, and as it turns out she is an emily person, so it worked out well.
after that i ran to my car to get my guitar in hopes that they would sign it.
it usually takes them 459840854 minutes to come outside so i thought i had
plenty of time to go and get it.  i left my roomate with my sharpie and my
curve magazine which i also brought to be signed.  while i was gone amy came
out and got on the bus.  luckily my roomate (sarah) got her to sign my
magazine.  i got back just as she got on the bus.  but...she got back off the
bus to leave to go to ny with her girlfriend so on the way out she signed my
guitar woo hoo.  i went back inside to wait for emily and just as i went in
she was getting ready to walk out with the tour manager.  i asked her to sign
my guitar as well and she did.  the tour manager said "did you sneak in the
back door?" and i said "yes i did" (proudly), and he said "ok", i said "hey
honesty is the best policy" and emily smiled and said "yes it is".  so it was
amazing.  i got the spit pic, the setlist, and my magazine and guitar signed
by them.
    i also met some listees (vicky, renee, amy, and brian)
wwwaassssuuuupp!!!!...i will be getting in touch with you soon as promised.
    *****it should be noted that a video was shot of this performance....the
entire performance!!!!!***** i am working on getting it and if i do i will
let ya'll know!!.
    thank you for indulging me!!!!  it was just wonderful.  here is the set
list in order as it appears on the paper.  it was changed around a little
bit..chickenman was added and the last 3 songs before the encore were mixed
up.

it's alright
gone again
least complicated
faye tucker
soon be to nothing
shame on you
watershed (wooo hooo)
kid fears ( like 4 people knew michael stipes part)
get out the map
amy solo (it's called lucy stoner, and it's amazing)
emily solo (philosophy of loss)
go
mystery
ozilline
closer to fine
(chickenman somewhere)

encore:

speech by a rep from the pro choice organization
or (with rose)
clampdown
galileo

sorry this was so long.  :o)
carla

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 09:30:09 edt
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i am interested in purchasing some booting equipment, can someone give me
some info. and some recommendations on what to get? and  where to get it?

thanks
michelle

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 09:37:29 -0400
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boston is wonderful- you will love it (i hope).  stay, if at all
possible someplace in boston or close to town, but near a t stop. the t,
or mbta (massachusetts bay transit authority), is  public transportation
in the boston area and is pretty efficient, and it is a bitch to drive
and park in the city, so i recommend taking the subway whenever possible
for sightseeing and day trips, although i'm fairly certain there is
parking available at the concert venue.  if you have to drive, stay away
from the waterfront district where some major construction is going on.
it's a mess.  i think i am going on vacation that week so i can't offer
a place to stay - sorry.  anyway, i live in the burbs and even though
i'm not far from boston at all, you would definitely need a car to get
to the nearest t stop.  i'm not near public transportation at all.  a
web search of hotels in the boston area should yield various hotels and
motels.

elaine

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nights like last night make it all worthwhile.

the show at au was amazing!  i got there about 6:30 after having a heck =
of a time finding the place, nebraska ave. just isn't where it should =
be:-)  amy viar (hello amy!) and i had planned on meeting at 6pm and =
finding tiks since this was the infamous - sort of closed - but not =
really - to students only - unless you knew someone - au show.  luckily, =
amy is one smart woman; when i got there she whipped out a ticket!!  she =
had just marched right up to the box office and said "i'm on the list."  =
they couldn't find her name but gave her two tickets anyway!!  woohoo!  =
amy rules:-)

on to the good stuff.  when they let people in, they divided everyone =
into two lines, male and female to pat people down.  as i am a guy and =
there was only one or two others in line, i was the second person in the =
place.  i walked up to the stage fast and got on emily's side, spread =
myself out and eventually amy and a couple of her friends showed up so =
we had space right up front.  i was next to vicky and a friend of hers =
and carla and her friend.  rose was ok, enough said.

the girls were amazing and this is only my second concert; my first was =
umbc in oct '97 anyone else there?  i fell in love all over again.  the =
sound was some of the best i have ever heard at any concert and the =
setlist seemed to be tailored to our little group of people right up =
front.  mystery was so beautiful and it was the song i really wanted to =
hear "i could go crazy on a night like tonight; summer's beginning to =
give up her fight..  and every thought's a possibility."  i was in =
heaven (still am:-)  it isn't on carla's list, but i could swear they =
played ghost also.  between those songs, least complicated, closer to =
fine, amy and emily's solo's; emily did philosophy of love which is =
simply, amazingly, beautiful!  all those songs plus faye tucker, oh my =
god!!

the people around us were cool, one by one we discovered we were alll =
listees, at least most of us are.

after the show, i got a pick and was right there when amy had the guard =
give the spit pick to carla.  i didn't get a set list, oh well..  amy =
wasn't sure she wanted to go and wait for them at the bus, but we =
decided to anyway.  she and i got there just in time, instead of taking =
forever, both girls were out in about 1/2 hour.  amy came out first and =
amy v. asked her a question about the guitar she uses in her solo and =
amy answered it so well, then there was a girl who just about went crazy =
when amy gave her an autograph.  i just wanted to hear amy talk, she has =
such a great low voice:-).  when emily came out i was almost nervous and =
i don't get nervous (she is my favorite)  i let everyone else do what =
they wanted to so when i got to her i wouldn't feel pressured.  i said =
hello and asked if she would sign my ticket, she did.  i looked at her =
and said "you're music got me through the tough times."  she smiled and =
said thanks, then i asked if i could give hear hug, she paused and =
looked up "of course," she said.  and so i did, and she hugged me back.  =
then everyone else wanted one but she just hopped on the bus and that =
was it.  i almost died!!;-))))

well, that was about it, amy v. and i went to find her car and we =
discussed getting together for wolftrap.  hope to find that video, it =
should be really high quality because the camera they used is an amazing =
digital one.  see you all at wolftrap!

phillip soloweszyk
systems engineer, teksystems
7312 parkway drive
hanover, md  21076
410-579-4948

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talk, she=20
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used is an=20
amazing digital one.  see you all at wolftrap!</font></div>
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<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>phillip soloweszyk<br>systems engineer, =

teksystems<br>7312 parkway drive<br>hanover, md =20
21076<br>410-579-4948</font></div></body></html>

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 12:40:19 -0400
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has anyone heard about ig coming to mi?  my pally  here says he heard they
were coming to a large venue nearby.  neilly?  anyone? bueller?

chris

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date:         mon, 17 apr 2000 11:48:01 -0500
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>from indigogirls.com:

june 17th   pine knob music theatre           clarkston, mi
june 19th   interlochen center for the arts   interlochen, mi


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sheryl jones
sjones@library.wisc.edu
my bootleg page: <http://www.geocities.com/felidae/boots.htm>
carla sloan page: <http://www.geocities.com/carlasloan>

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for those wanting to catch the cspan action (including ig), go to....

http://www.cspan.org/wto-imf/

you will need to have the bandwidth for "streaming media" or whatever =
the hell that is.

for those wanting just to see ig (shame), go to the sun protest, #1, and =
fast forward to the end (around 2:35.00 -- 2:44.00.

does anyone know how  to save?

bye!

melissa

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hi again!

thanks a bunch for the info on mi shows.  just got tickets for pine knob.
however, does anyone know anything about the interlochen show?  when do
tickets go on sale?  where the hell is interlochen?

thanks in advance,
chris ii

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i was going to write and ask whether anybody had heard anything further
about the dusty springfield tribute, but i decided to do some research on
amazon first, and realized: it came out at the end of march! did i just miss
the hoopla, or did it slip under everyone else's radar too? i've checked
stores for it fairly recently, but have not seen it. has anybody heard it?
the only track off of it i've heard is sonia's.

sarah
reinventing1@mindspring.com

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hey sarah, im from pa!! (newtown, bucks county...outside philly)!! welcome
to the list!! ive only been around here a few months but everyone here is
awsome!! im sure youll enjoy yourself...btw...i live in chapel hill nc (the
past 11 years), but i went to penn state- hazleton  briefly!! that was dream
school (along w/ nd) but i had to w/ draw to do medical and person
circumstances! i would have loved to see ig at psu!! go penn state!!heheh:)

>from: sarah sanders <psusarah@ncx.com>
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>date: sun, 16 apr 2000 13:51:08 -0400
>
>
>hey im new to this list :)
>
>i'm sarah from wilkes-barre, pa...      i went to the ig concert last
>sunday
>night at marywood.. was anyone else there?
>
>
>
>laterz,
>sarah
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hi everyone.  my name is jana, and i am new to this
list.  as i also happen to belong to a dusty
springfield list, i thought i would forward the
following message to all of you, in regards to the
dusty tribute cd, which involves the indigo girls and
others who might be of interest to ig fans.  the
following email is from the woman who organised the
tribute cd.  i haven't heard any other information as
to where else it can be purchased, although i remember
someone saying that found it at a cd store near them.

take care,

jana


> date: thu, 2 mar 2000 01:08:49 est
> subject: dustymail: forever dusty!...the tribute...
>
> dear dustymailers...
>
> this indeed sad day of days was brightened for me by
> the day before yesterday
> arrival of finished copies of our long-awaited
> tribute to dusty entitled
> "forever dusty: homage to an icon."
>
> many long-termers are aware of my project, but for
> any newbies or those who
> need an update, here goes:
>
> "forever dusty" features 17 all-new recordings of
> songs dusty did by some of
> today's most exciting female artists. that's right,
> these songs are
> unavailable anywhere else and were specifically
> recorded in tribute to dusty.
> these talented artists found inspiration in dusty's
> amazing vocal gifts and,
> while certainly not in any competition to top her
> greatness, these gifted
> souls share their own special interpretations here.
>
> a portion of the proceeds will go towards breast
> cancer organizations.
>
> here's the line-up...
>
> 1. laura love band "son of a preacher man"
> 2. the butchies "what's it gonna be"
> 3. indigo girls "broken blossoms"
> [recorded very sparingly by and with john reynolds]
> 4. jill sobule "just a little lovin'"
> [the "i kissed a girl" star's tribute to her idol]
> 5. zrazy "how can i be sure"
> [irish techno/jazz duo...carole's been dubbed the
> "dusty of dublin"]
> 6. gail ann dorsey "losing you"
> [david bowie's amazing bass player & backing
> vocalist--have you seen her do
> laurie anderson's "o superman" during bowie's
> shows??...formerly with
> thompson twins]
> 7. marti jones "you don't have to say you love me"
> [critics pegged her as america's dusty in
> mid-'80s...her first-ever dusty
> recording]
> 8. michelle malone & karyn malone "the look of love"
> [first time duet between this popular artist and her
> mother]
> 9. vicki randle "wishin' & hopin'" [thanks to our
> own listee, michele kort!]
> [the tonight show with jay leno's
> vocalist/percussionist puts on a reggae
> spin]
> 10. sonia "i just don't know what to do with myself"
> [of the sister act disappear fear]
> 11. jennifer kimball "chained to a memory"
> [formerly of the band the story with jonatha brooke]
> 12. cath carroll "no easy way down"
> [english vocalist/songwriter and former nme writer
> and factory legend]
> 13. ana egge "breakfast in bed"
> [austin, tx's americana princess with members of
> robert earl keen's band]
> 14. lord douglas phillips featuring gretchen
> phillips "yesterday when i was
> young"
> [gretchen was in the legendary band 2 nice girls]
> 15. sara lee "i only want to be with you"
> [english bass player from gang of 4, b-52s, indigo
> girls, ani
> difranco...sara's first-ever lead vox on disc!]
> 16. mrs. fun featuring janet planet "windmills of
> your mind"
> [milwaukee's acid jazz greats with the a wonderful
> vocalist--*not* van
> morrison's ex]
> 17. carole pope "soft core"
> [former gal pal of dusty, co-writer of this drama
> queen dream of a song]
>
> as we did just receive these cds yesterday, the only
> current method of
> purchase, worldwide, is via the non-profit
> organization dedicated to
> providing access to music by women: ladyslipper
> music in durham, nc usa.
> their web site is www.ladyslipper.org (there is a
> huge on-line catalog of the
> 2,000 + mostly female titles they carry at the
> site). we're also talking with
> some other folks about distribution in north
> america--as well as europe and
> australia/nz. we're still working on our own web
> site, which is still several
> weeks off. but, as stated, ladyslipper can handle
> getting the disc out to
> folks.

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hi! i ordered the forever dusty cd a couple months ago. i'm still not sure
what i think of it. i have to give it a few thorough listens before making
a judgment on it. so far, i've just sorta scanned through and,...it didn't
do much for me.
  if you want the cd, i ordered it from:
http://www.ladyslipper.org.
i don't remember the price anymore but,...i'd guess it was probably $15.00
or $16.00, if not a bit more.
hope this helps!
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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>from:    "<carla bunner>" <ndgogrls@aol.com>
>
>the girls came out and
>told everyone that it was a benefit show for a pro-choice organization ( i am
>sorry i do not remember the name of it).

that was the first indication of that?  if so, i find it offensive; while
most ig fans are probably pro-choice, they've no right to assume everyone
there is.  i'd strongly object to unwittingly contributing to a cause i
might not support.  granted, they could have just taken in the money and
handed over to the cause anyway, but at least i wouldn't be directly
donating to a cause i might not support, and i wouldn't have to listen to
propaganda i may have already evaluated and dismissed.

i love chrissie hynde and i know she supports peta, but if i went to a
pretenders show and found out it was a peta benefit after the fact, and was
then harangued with a speech by a peta rep, i'd be pissed.

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hey,

was the pro-choice organization by any chance choiceusa?  i attended a choiceusa leadership training last summer in dc, and i know that the girls have a close relationship with that organization.  but i thought that the sarah lawerence show was a choiceusa benefit...  anyway, maybe they are playing two?  or maybe it was a different pro-choice organization.  i dunno.

i caught the world bank protest set on c-span.  and michael moore is so damn cool!

anyway...gotta run. have my thesis presentation (to the department's faculty) at 9:40am tomorrow.  auggggggggg!!!!!

:-) karen


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hmmm, people have been complaining about over produced versions of many
songs on cons....
i thought i could put together a acoustic version boot of it.
problem is that i don't have any recnet boots.  i had the acoustic cafe from
98 w/ go and gone again, but i've lost it and i don't have it on cd anyway,
and i don't have an input for cassette anyway.  i don't even know how to
*use* a cd burner, but i will learn for this endeavour.

anyway, if anyone would like to help, in a few weeks i could send you blank
cdrs for boots of the acoustic shows w/ this stuff. i will try to find the
best quality boots of these songs.  i suppose most recent shows have had
most cons songs on it....
so a few good boots would be good.
i could even put johnny rotten and measure of me on there for bonusses
because they have bits or are alluded to....
hmmm, but compromise i bet itsnt acoustic...but ill put the barest on ....

anyway...anyone want to make me cdr copies of bood boots? i'll put it
together and tree it.
i've never done anything booty before.  it will be a learning experience.

would anyone want a boot like this?

carol
(whos just crazy because i *know* it wont be done til july because i'll be
gone away for a month in june...but its good to start planning now!)
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> hmmm, people have been complaining about over produced versions of many
> songs on cons....
> i thought i could put together a acoustic version boot of it.

this has been done, kinda, sorta, halfway.  before cons came out, neil
put together a cd of songs "to be expected the new release."  it has, i
think, everything but "compromise" "philosophy of loss" and maybe some
other ones i can't think of right now.   that's a nice idea to do an
acoustic version of cons.

elaine

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i gave this a bit of thought myself..

">the girls came out and
>told everyone that it was a benefit show for a pro-choice organization ( i
am
>sorry i do not remember the name of it).
that was the first indication of that?  if so, i find it offensive; while
most ig fans are probably pro-choice, they've no right to assume everyone
there is.  i'd strongly object to unwittingly contributing to a cause i
might not support."

keep in mind that from the start, the au show was a closed show for au
students only.  tickets were not available to the general public.  i think
that that the au student union board or maybe choice first paid for the
indigo girls to come to au, as tickets were free to au students (and people
like amy who knew how to ask!)  it could be the case, though i don't know,
that au students were aware of the means behind the concert and could easily
have opted not to attend.  the rest of us (at least me) were just happy gate
crashers and again, it is an all or nothing deal.

i see your point, but made a choice that i would listen to what was being
said, and am actually pro choice myself so it was ok; the people from choice
first were not overly aggressive or forceful.

to bring this home, i don't think there is anything wrong with how the
indigo girls did things last night, after all, activism is a part of their
music.

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okay, i've read posts by folks who saw on c-span ig at the anti-imf/world
bank rally, but are there any list members who were actually there?? please
post if you were.

i was there doing my part to shed light on the injustices of imf and world
bank policies, and what a wonderful surprise to have them walk out onto the
stage. i knew that amy and emily would be supportive of the protests, but
had no idea that they would be performing. quite a treat. go amy and emily!!

btw, they did not sing "world falls" as someone had reported. the songs were
"hammer and a nail" and "go."

de-fund the fund! break the bank! dump the debt!

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i was at the protest/march....i did not know they were making an appearance and i was
bumming because i didn't have a ticket to last night's concert (this is when i
thought the show was closed---found out too late it wasn't)...anyway, i had thought
in the back of my mind that it would be cool if i ran into them in the parade...but i
never imagined that i would hear their names announced or that they would perform...i
was probably a tennis court distance away from the stage and the moment i heard their
name i grabbed my friend's hand and pulled her through the crowd without warning.
after crawling over chairs and diving through the crowd i got three "rows" behind and
stood on a chair. there was a girl staring at me---and so, i confessed to her "yes, i
am a freak..." and kept dancing. i wish they sang more....but it was awesome and the
protest was exhilarating. the whole day was awesome, but seeing the girls was
certainly the highlight of the day.

i love practicing democracy....wish more people heard our voices, but i can't help
thinking that just being there said a lot. anything can happen and change if you
persevere.

peace, meg

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> this has been done, kinda, sorta, halfway.  before cons came out, neil
> put together a cd of songs "to be expected the new release."  it has, i
> think, everything but "compromise" "philosophy of loss" and maybe some
> other ones i can't think of right now.   that's a nice idea to do an
> acoustic version of cons.

        so far as i know, that cd is also missing "andy", "trouble" and
"we are together". also, songs sometimes change once they've been worked
up for production, even if they're pared down to the same basic
instruments on which they were first played. this might be a worthwhile
endeavor, since ig don't seem likely to repeat the whole swamp ophelia
deal of releasing half the album in acoustic singles.
        mandy,
        off to her room to listen to andy from her princeton boot (which i
would offer to the list if it hadn't been cut off after 8 songs... grrrr)

        p.s. margaret clayton, are you out there? i printed off your
pledge form but misplaced the address and team info. if you could send it
agian i would really appreciate it. :)

                if i have a care in the world
                i have a gift to bring....

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would anyone happen to know when tickets go onsale? thanks:)

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does anyone know if/when the girls may be coming to the arizona area again? my daughter is really upset i didn't take her to the last show and my girlfriend wants to see em again...( me too)....anyway..any info would be great.....sparkie

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hey...

>i thought i could put together a acoustic version boot of it...

what a great idea.
neil's suggestion - find as many duo versions of the songs as you can that
were performed on the radio - they they'll be better quality all-round,
n'est pas?

go, gone again, peace tonight have all been done many times on the air, and
perhaps a few others??

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at 04:57 pm 4/17/00 , phillip soloweszyk wrote:

>keep in mind that from the start, the au show was a closed show for au
>students only.  tickets were not available to the general public.  i think
>that that the au student union board or maybe choice first paid for the
>indigo girls to come to au, as tickets were free to au students (and people
>like amy who knew how to ask!)

a free show for students only kind of challenges the meaning of "benefit,"
doesn't it?!

>   it could be the case, though i don't know,
>that au students were aware of the means behind the concert and could easily
>have opted not to attend.  the rest of us (at least me) were just happy gate
>crashers and again, it is an all or nothing deal.

but others paid their $10 which are now in choice first's coffers, and if
they weren't aware of that when they paid it, it would be unfortunate.

>i see your point, but made a choice that i would listen to what was being
>said, and am actually pro choice myself so it was ok; the people from choice
>first were not overly aggressive or forceful.

so as long as it's something you (and the majority) support, it's ok?  i
know i don't agree with all of ig's positions on the issues, and i'd be
appalled if i unwittingly contributed to one of those.

>to bring this home, i don't think there is anything wrong with how the
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>indigo girls did things last night, after all, activism is a part of their
>music.

it certainly is -- but there's a difference between going to an hte show
and knowing what to expect and where your $s are going, and going to an au
show expecting a typical concert and getting a pro-choice benefit.

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3. ngltf honors allies: the national gay and lesbian task force (ngltf), a
political action organization, is having its 11th annual "honoring our
allies" reception saturday, april 29, in washington, d.c. the event
recognizes people and organizations that have contributed to the lesbian,
gay, bisexual and transgender community's attainment of civil rights. being
honored are comedian kate clinton; actor wilson cruz; musical group the
indigo girls; kathy levinson, e*trade ceo and president, and her partner
jennifer levinson; sandra thurman, appointed in 1997 by president clinton
as the aids czar; and laurence tribe, a harvard university attorney who was
involved with the u.s. supreme court's reviews of bowers v. hardwick and
romer v. evans. "we are going to honor people who have proven to be leaders
in our movement and whose careers span a number of diverse areas," said
david elliot, ngltf communications director. "all these people are part of
the mix that has contributed to our movement's visibility and success." as
with many others organizations, ngltf saw the benefits of having an event
during the millennium march on washington weekend. "there will be
100,000-plus people here," he said. "it's a good opportunity to show off
the good works of the ngltf, thank the people who have supported us and
hopefully get some new supporters." contact elliot at 202-332-6483, ext.
3303, for more information.

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hey, guess what y'all!?  i was just on the local news.

has any one heard of the genocide awareness project (gap)?  you can see
what they are all about at www.cbrinfo.org.  it's very disgusting.  they go
to college campuses and set up these huge signs, comparing abortion to
genocide.  it's all very ridiculous.  i would have no problem with people
coming and stating their opinions (i would expect the same for me), but
these pictures are so graphic, and they set up right between tangeman
university center (the student social building) and mcmicken hall, where a
large number of students have classes.  they set up an alternate route in
case you didn't want to see the pictures, but it wasn't well marked, and
the display was close to impossible to miss.  also, people in mcmicken only
have to look out the window, and there it is.  and basically, the school
officials were afraid of a lawsuit if they didn't let gap come and set up
where they wanted to.  the school even agreed to pay for extra security in
case of riots (fortunately there have not been any yet).  conversly, if
anyone wants to protest the exibit, they have to pay for their own
security, which i think is really a crock of pooh.

they say that they are peaceful and calmly talk to people who come up to
view the exibit, but what they really do is try to get people pissed off so
they can start riots, and when people do things such as attacking and
tearing down the signs, they take pictures and put them on their web site
to show what violent people the pro-choicers are.

many of the progressive student organizations, such as the feminist
coalition which i am in, got together to peacefully protest.  we wore
yellow shirts that said we refuse to listen to their racist, sexist,
anti-semitic rhetoric, and we gave people information about places they can
call to get unbiased information about choices pregnant women can make.  so
anyway, they showed me on the news holding a sign and some of my friends
were interviewed.  as my friend michelle said, you can't just go and have a
rational discussion with these people when there are these huge graphic
signs up everywhere.  for a large part my problem with the display is not
that these people are anti-choice, but that the pictures are so offensive
to so many people.  like, i'm real sure a person who's grandparents died in
the holocaust wants to see graphic pictures of it...  <sigh>  and they're
gonna be here for 2 more days.

i wonder what would happen if they had pictures of piles of women who died
from back alley abortions when it was illegal.  you know, like they have
the pictures of the jars of fetuses.

i apologize profusely if i have offended anyone in any way.  i think i'm
too political for my own good sometimes.

liz

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the whole tampa show was acoustic - yes an acoustic compromise exists....


and since my spankin new hard drive is in - i may even be able to burn a seed
of it - - unless you want some cd like drink coasters - i have plenty of those
to trade as well....

and yes i am still drooling over the cd's mr. hunt sent a week ago...

(and yes, due to neurological issues i drool anyway - get over it - i wanted to
use the phrase anyway...)

"neil :o)" wrote:

> hey...
>
> >i thought i could put together a acoustic version boot of it...
>
> what a great idea.
> neil's suggestion - find as many duo versions of the songs as you can that
> were performed on the radio - they they'll be better quality all-round,
> n'est pas?
>
> go, gone again, peace tonight have all been done many times on the air, and
> perhaps a few others??
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hi ya'll. sorry for the nigc, but i'm planning on taking my g/f away for the
weekend for her 21st birthday next month and was thinking rehoboth beach. i
searched for some bed and breakfasts online, but just thought i'd delurk to
see if anyone has had any experience with any of the places down there that
could help me out as to which places are the nicest, and all. just email me
privately. thanks in advance and sorry again for the nigc.

jessie
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wow.  that's all that needs to be said really.  an ig fan really couldn't
have asked for more than we got last night at the au show.  it's really
ashame there was so much to-do about getting tickets, because the place was
barely 1/2 full.  despite that fact, the crowd was overwhelming energetic; a
fact noted by amy and emily!  both of them (and esp. amy) seemed just
tickeled pink to be able to: a) protest earlier that day and b) have such a
great crowd!

i don't have the setlist, although everyone around me did get one, so i'm
sure someone will post it, but, a few highlights were watershed and kid
fears.  they played a good deal of old stuff (no world falls or romeo and
juliet, but, i can forgive that with how great the show was!), which was fun
for all.

plenty of pics were thrown into the crowd, and all around, there were just
really great people to meet and chat with, and the show was just a+.
'course, bein' in the front row helped a lot too.  : )  and man, i'm an
emily person, but that amy was full of energy and happiness and she was the
one who really helped make it a great time.  love that lady's smile.  she's
so awesome.  i don't know where she gets her energy from!

renee

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i am trying to find out how to find and download the song galileo....i do not
have real player...and am looking for it in a wav format...can you help me?

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well..... i have it in mp3 format..... i dont have a wav though...

sarah


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hope they are all very happy!!!!

april 17, 1970
indigobabs@aol.com (barbara todd)
"i wanna go too far, i wanna go too fast/ somebody draw the line so i can
blow right past/ i wanna spend too much, i wanna stay too late/ i'm gonna
roar
too loud, i'm gonna be that way/ i wanna play too hard, i wanna go too
far"
trisha yearwood

april 20
tuesdayschild@pc-webonics.com (dianne connell)
"memories linger like the fog on the sea
keeping me out of touch with my reality
nothing could ever mean as much to me
as tuesday's children"

april 20
alissa irving (mari798106@aol.com)
"there is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it."
--alfred hitchcock

april 21 ('76)
karey@u.washington.edu (karey weisman eals)
"everything that i believe is wrong with you, is wrong with me
everything i truly love, i love in you and i love in me"

april 22
a-jessio@microsoft.com (jessica owen)

april 23
kayetea@aol.com (katy)

have fun!!!

much love and indigo wishes...
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hey.
did anyone actually get this on tape? i tried last night at 2am, but my
local station didn't show it. :( anyway, i'd like to see the protest (indigo
girls or not). let me know if you can make me a copy or if you know when it
will be rebroadcast. thanks. :)
peace,
becky
ps-i know i can watch it online, but i don't have 3 hours to watch my
computer :)
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--- liz hayes <nivabef@one.net> wrote:
> has any one heard of the genocide awareness project
> (gap)?  it's
> very disgusting.  they go
> to college campuses and set up these huge signs,
> comparing abortion to
> genocide.  it's all very ridiculous.

although i am personally pro-choice, and would be with
you in the counter protest, i don't disagree with
their methods as you state them. if i were advocating
for animal rights, for example, i would think showing
pictures of hurt animals would be an effective and
ethical educational method.

> we wore
> we refuse to listen to their racist, sexist,
> anti-semitic rhetoric

can you explain how anti-abortion is related to racism
and anti-semitism?

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at 11:10 pm 4/17/00 -0400, jon griffin wrote:

>
>can you explain how anti-abortion is related to racism
>and anti-semitism?
>


no, because that's not what i said.  what i said was that gap, by the
methods they use, is (in my humble opinion) racist and anti-semitic.  they
utilize photos which belittle the hardships that groups of people have
faced by likening them to abortion.  i don't know, shoving pictures of
burning holocaust victims and hanged slaves in people's faces and saying
that abortion is just like that just seems really ant-semitic and racist to
me.  they are making their point at the expense of other people.

liz

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there is a freeware program called mp32wav which will easily convert mp3
format to wav format. i use it every day and can do multiple mp3's at once .
it can be found here:

http://www.cnet.com

put mp32wav in their search engine click go and it will pop right up. it's
only about 400k so it fits on a floppy for easy use and install on many
mchines

good luck!

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i just have to say that julie rocks - i found her on aim tonight and she
walked me through how to get ig music that i either only had on tape or
hadn't heard before (shame on me)...and now i'm even more psyched :)

and i have to sleep now...doh.

thanks jules - you rock way more than me!

*disappears to the haunting melody of the untitled song*

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hi all.  i was just wondering if anyone had a boot of a recent show that had
amy's new song on it, lucy stoner.  it is amazing and i have to hear it
again.  please email me if you have it.  i have some stuff to trade and will
possibly be getting more good stuff.  if you all are going to any upcoming
shows boot it.  this song is awesome and so worth having.  thanks in advance.

carla :o)

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somebody's gotta know.

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date:         tue, 18 apr 2000 01:08:17 -0400
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hey, i always think of the old nursery rhyme, "tuesday's child is full of
grace," with grace possibly meaning the more religious idea of grace (which
i kind of define as "god made you, you're special")

ok,
maybe it's just me, but i hope it helps!

megan (o:,'

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somebody's gotta know.

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<<i don't know where she (amy) gets her energy from>>  she probably gets
it from
eating  right, and all the workouts at the y.

either that or she's really good at masking
her health on stage.

peace

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i finally got tix via my niece's sister's friend....thanks irene.!   anyway
irene and her friends had no clue about ig.  they had heard of them but never
seen them live(which i think they are all fans now).  anyway.  i was kinda
shocked myself when the pro choice thing wasn't announced prior!!!  i was
kinda thinking the same thing, that this could be offending some people,
although it didn't offend me.  once we got outside we talked w/irene and she
said she had no clue it was for pro choice.  i'm not sure if she was offended
she never said.  anyway she left the impression that the campus didn't let
anyone know this or it wasn't really publicized.
sandy

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personally, i always think of the organization that helps children with
aids/hiv, tuesday's child (http://www.tuesdayschild.org)
*shrug* just what i think of everytime i hear that song ;)

-- sarah nordstrom

on tue, 18 apr 2000, megan beene wrote:

> hey, i always think of the old nursery rhyme, "tuesday's child is full of
> grace," with grace possibly meaning the more religious idea of grace (which
> i kind of define as "god made you, you're special")
>
> ok,
> maybe it's just me, but i hope it helps!
>
> megan (o:,'
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> somebody's gotta know.
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if you want to convert your mp3's to wav you can also just use winamp, since
it seems that alot of people are already using it to play their mp3's.  all
you have to do is open your winamp, highlight it, hit ctrl-p to bring up the
preferences. then under the headder of plug in's, click on output.  from
there you wanna look at the box on the right and double click on
nullsoft disk writer plug-in v1.0(86x) [out of disk...
then another box will open up, asking you where you want to put your wav
files, so just pick a place that is easy to find them. click on ok and you
are ready to go.  all you need to do now is pick a line up you like, and let
the program do its magic.

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> there is a freeware program called mp32wav which will easily convert mp3
> format to wav format. i use it every day and can do multiple mp3's at once
.
> it can be found here:
>
> http://www.cnet.com
>
> put mp32wav in their search engine click go and it will pop right up. it's
> only about 400k so it fits on a floppy for easy use and install on many
> mchines
>
> good luck!
>
>                     delurking computer geek tim on wife's ig listserve
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date:         tue, 18 apr 2000 08:31:33 -0400
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hey, i'm sure i must live under a rock or something.  i have not the
foggiest clue of the world bank issues, why there's a protest, or what is
even going on.  would someone please enlighten me, or send me to a website
that will?  thanks.

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date:         tue, 18 apr 2000 08:36:09 edt
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are we asking about tuesdays child from the song "back together again" from
1200 curfews?

if so, then it is the nursery rhyme someone mentioned before.

joe


brooklyn, ny

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cheers, julie is great!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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hello happy igers!!!!!

so guess what!  i have some good news for yall, i have finally  made my
college decision.  after travelling across the country, getting rejected from
both places i had my heart set on going, yet getting into a huge reach school
(and later finding out one of my application readers was biased and she let
me in...) oh yeah and of course only getting money from my safety school: a
little conservative 600 girl school in hickville, va (please don't let that
offend anyone...it just isn't for me.).

i just returned from the mt. holyoke previews weekend and have sent in my
deposit! sooooo...who else on this list goes to holyoke?  is going to holyoke
next year?  (for all those at previews: yeah mt. holyoke!  yeah '04!)  e mail
me e mail me email me.

okay, the ig portion of this, during previews, one of the a capella groups,
the "m&cs" sang ghost and it was soooo beautiful that i had tears in my eyes.
and i think that's one of the parts that really pushed me to go!

okay, i'm running!  write me all!

r

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does anyone know who is opening for these shows?

michelle

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does this mean that ig will be performing during this event on april 29th??
how is that possible?? they are scheduled to be in charlotte nc that
weekend!!!! has there been  a change of plans?? if anyone knows anything
further regarding this event on the 29th and the ig performing there on that
date, please post!! im confused!! as cool as it would be to have them in two
places at once, as far as i know its not humanly possible!! please post
email me privatly if anyone has more info on this!! thank you!!

cara

......................"help me remeber who i am"......................
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>
>3. ngltf honors allies: the national gay and lesbian task force (ngltf), a
>political action organization, is having its 11th annual "honoring our
>allies" reception saturday, april 29, in washington, d.c. the event
>recognizes people and organizations that have contributed to the lesbian,
>gay, bisexual and transgender community's attainment of civil rights. being
>honored are comedian kate clinton; actor wilson cruz; musical group the
>indigo girls; kathy levinson, e*trade ceo and president, and her partner
>jennifer levinson; sandra thurman, appointed in 1997 by president clinton
>as the aids czar; and laurence tribe, a harvard university attorney who was
>involved with the u.s. supreme court's reviews of bowers v. hardwick and
>romer v. evans. "we are going to honor people who have proven to be leaders
>in our movement and whose careers span a number of diverse areas," said
>david elliot, ngltf communications director. "all these people are part of
>the mix that has contributed to our movement's visibility and success." as
>with many others organizations, ngltf saw the benefits of having an event
>during the millennium march on washington weekend. "there will be
>100,000-plus people here," he said. "it's a good opportunity to show off
>the good works of the ngltf, thank the people who have supported us and
>hopefully get some new supporters." contact elliot at 202-332-6483, ext.
>3303, for more information.
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just updated a few links on my page for cincinnati's festival on main, the
britt festival (you can order tix's online for that) that raleigh date on
6/6 that might be just an error for the show in the 4th and a few others.
well, anyway, i think i have everything updated - let me know if i'm missing
anything!!!  thanks.

http://home.earthlink.net/~mcunningham5/indigotour.html
"...what a blessed sky"

nigc: so who's goin' to see melissa ferrick tonight in atl?  anyone have her
new album yet (freedom) and can post an nigc review?

a+e=ig

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just fyi...the opener to these shows will not be rose...she mentioned at the au show that it was her last show with the ig for the college tours.


carla :o)

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there are a ton of ig mp3 on ftp sites that for one reason or another i can
seem to get into!! i just taught myself what the hell that means and i
downloaded some program called cuteftp to help me, but im confused..i down
load these sites, pull up these folders, but then im kicket out!! i have no
clue what in the world im really doing! if anyone knows about this stuff, i
can post all the info i have on where there are, but please show me how to
play em!! there are tons!! thats my 1.5 cnts!! :) have a wonderful rest of
the day!!!!

cara

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>date: fri, 14 apr 2000 19:15:03 edt
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>i am trying to find out how to find and download the song galileo....i do
>not
>have real player...and am looking for it in a wav format...can you help me?
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hi tara,

you can find info at the following sites:

http://www.a16.org
http://www.whirledbank.org

these 2 sites have lots of links.

peace,
robbin
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> does anyone know who is opening for these shows?

        with these and all shows on this acoustic tour, i've been checking
the daemon website (www.daemonrecords.com) most of the opening acts this
time around are on amy's label or somehow associated, and they all seem to
have some tourdates opening for ig.
        mandy

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                i have a gift to bring....

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um.. i have most of the rally on tape i think... i started taping right
before the senator from ohio (?) spoke... the girls were on maybe a half
hour, 45 minutes later.. i'm planning to just tape the girls performance onto
another tape for myself (which really amounts to about 10 minutes, with not
much a&e foortage) and then tape over the whole tape.. so if anyone wants
this much of the rally - meaning i have no idea how much of it i missed
before the senator - then e-mail me quickly cause i'll probably decide to
recycle the tape tonight or tomorrow..

lisa

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"i don't know, shoving pictures of
burning holocaust victims and hanged slaves in people's faces and saying
that abortion is just like that just seems really ant-semitic and racist to
me.  they are making their point at the expense of other people."

liz makes a very good point here, and her whole argument is well said and
thought out.  anyone who needs to compare abortion to the holocaust and the
genocide that was a part of it has a poor argument and a skewed point of
view.

the people killed in the holocaust had no choice in the matter; the pictures
gap uses are a great argument against gap, for they are an illustration of
what happens when all choice is removed: yes, i am connecting the loss of
choice with death.  whether gap does this intentionally or not (and i hope
they don't), using pictures of the genocide in the holocaust as foundation
for a pro-life agenda is anti-semitic, as a jew it bothers me.


phillip soloweszyk
systems engineer, teksystems
7312 parkway drive
hanover, md  21076
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in college i studied abroad in ghana (west africa) and learned that there it
is customary to refer to a person not necessarily by their given name but by
a word that signifies on which day of the week they were born.  and i just
realized, with this question, that *i am a tuesday's child*.  i was born on
a tuesday.  while we were learning twi (one of the many languages spoken in
ghana) the teachers had a calendar with which we could figure out on which
day of the week we were born (since most of us didn't know since this is
usually not something we care about much in the u.s.).  the twi word for
tuesday is benada (if my memory serves me correctly).  women born on tuesday
are thus called abena and men born on tuesday are called kwabena.  after
figuring this all out i was known by my homestay family as abena or abena
lisa.

by this method, there are lots of "tuesday's children" out there!  maybe you
are one...
lisa
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actually if you want you can use your email program ( groupwise or outlook i know will work)...simply go to calendar and select go to  date option and put in your date of birth complete with the full four year date....it will show you what day of the week it falls on....i would be a sunday's child....not sure if that fits with my person or not...does any one know the ditty which relates each day with the " type"  of child???

sparkie

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date:         tue, 18 apr 2000 10:24:41 -0700
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here's the rhyme:

monday's child is fair of face;
tuesday's child is full of grace;
wednesday's child is full of woe;
thursday's child has far to go;
friday's child is loving and giving;
saturday's child works hard for a living.
but the child that is born on the sabbath day
is fair and wise, good and gay

i'm a sunday's child... =)

shannon


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haha, i'm a tuesday's child!

(o:

megan

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exciting discoveries."
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i knew there was a reason i am always so down.  i was born on a wednesday!


here's the rhyme:

monday's child is fair of face;
tuesday's child is full of grace;
wednesday's child is full of woe;
thursday's child has far to go;
friday's child is loving and giving;
saturday's child works hard for a living.
but the child that is born on the sabbath day
is fair and wise, good and gay

i'm a sunday's child... =)

shannon


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for anyone interested:

amy is a sunday's child
emily is a monday's child


so where does the tuesday's child come from?


also, i am a friday kid

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        if this doesn't work for you, check here:

        http://www.cod.edu/people/faculty/lawrence/year.htm

        mandy
        a saturday child


> actually if you want you can use your email program ( groupwise or
> outlook i know will work)...simply go to calendar and select go to
> date option and put in your date of birth complete with the full four
> year date....it will show you what day of the week it falls on....i
> would be a sunday's child....not sure if that fits with my person or
> not...does any one know the ditty which relates each day with the "
> type"  of child???

                if i have a care in the world
                i have a gift to bring....

                                *emily saliers*


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maybe their theory is that together then they would be the next day, tuesday?

just my crackpot idea....

-friday's child


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>
>for anyone interested:
>
>amy is a sunday's child
>emily is a monday's child
>
>
>so where does the tuesday's child come from?
>
>
>also, i am a friday kid
>
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there are some really  exciting upcoming erin mckeown gigs that i have to
tell you about.  first and foremost is her big cd release party (yeah, you
probably know all about this already, but i'm reminding you anyway) at the
iron horse on friday night.  it will be the very first time that her new cd,
distillation (hot off the presses!!), will be available.  and having heard it
already,  i have to tell you that it is an amazing collection of songs, a
true work of art.  unlike any cd you have yet heard.  and of course produced
by mr. dave chalfant, and with harmonies by such lovely and talented people
as ms. katryna nields and ms. beth amsel.   rumor has it some of the
aforementioned people will be present at the show.  ok dave is playing with
erin for sure, and i think beth will make an appearance.  who knows about
katryna.....

the opener is a woman named beth nixon who does a puppet show.

details:
friday, april 21st, 7pm
iron horse music hall
northampton ma
1-800-the-tick, all ages
$8 in advance/$10 door

erin will also be opening for peter mulvey the next night, april 22nd, at
passim.

and!!

erin had been asked to perform at the millenium march on washington (mmow),
or rather the festival the day before the march on saturday, april 29th.
this is a huge national gay rights march and a real honor to be included in.
also a chance for those of you south of the iron horse and boston to pick up
the new cd.  if you are going or you know anyone who is, please spread the
word that erin is playing.  if you dont know too much about erin or her
music, ask jillyc@hotmail.com.  :)  maybe she will post something about why
you need to check out erin at the mmow.  jill?

details:
erin mckeown set:  sat, 4/29, 12:10pm sharp!
millennium festival:  entertainment, vendors, food, drink, family area, and
dances.
$5 donation
where:   pennsylvania ave. between 3rd and 9th sts.
(accessible via the federal triangle or archives-navy memorial metro on the
orange, green, yellow &/or blue lines)
contact:    for more information, call 202.776.0100
or go to http://www.millennium-productions.net
and for erin info go to http://www.erinmckeown.com

see you all at one of these shows maybe...

jess b

ps i was at the manhattanville rose/ig show and i had fun, but yeah there
were a lot of rude people there screaming requests or screaming other worse
things....  rose did get the audience to howl though.

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i'm a friday's child.... that explains a lot, actually.... such as why i
spend so much time being kicked.  :op  loving and giving ain't what they're
cracked up to be.

~~rainne
http://www.geocities.com/uberbard21/frontpage.html
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know that your seeking and yearning shall avail you not,
unless you know the mystery:
for if that which you seek, you find not within yourself,
you will never find it without.
for behold, i have been with you from the beginning,
and i am that which is attained at the end of desire."
  ~~from the charge of the goddess
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from: shannon curnutte <shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: tuesday, april 18, 2000 12:53 pm
subject: ?day's child


>here's the rhyme:
>
>monday's child is fair of face;
>tuesday's child is full of grace;
>wednesday's child is full of woe;
>thursday's child has far to go;
>friday's child is loving and giving;
>saturday's child works hard for a living.
>but the child that is born on the sabbath day
>is fair and wise, good and gay
>
>i'm a sunday's child... =)
>
>shannon
>
>
>
>
>--
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>shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu
>
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>affections and the truth of imagination"          -rilke
>
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me too..i am a sunday's child...that is too funny...

carla :o)

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well...if ya think about it....there are only 7 days in the week...and what ...like a trillion people.....there most likely will be some duplication......

just being sarcastic cause my g/f is going home early and i don't get to be there with her.....oh well.....

back to work ...slave sparkie..........

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i'm a thursday's child : definitely got far to go.. :)

john.

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i'm a wednesday child...and i'm a cancer...so that explains the
emotional/woefull stuff!*eg*
thank god my wife is a tuesday child...her middle name should have been
grace, she is that lovely a person...

rugbygrrl

>from: shannon curnutte <shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu>
>here's the rhyme:
>
>monday's child is fair of face;
>tuesday's child is full of grace;
>wednesday's child is full of woe;
>thursday's child has far to go;
>friday's child is loving and giving;
>saturday's child works hard for a living.
>but the child that is born on the sabbath day
>is fair and wise, good and gay
>
>i'm a sunday's child... =)
>
>shannon
>
>
>
>
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>
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>affections and the truth of imagination"          -rilke
>
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could someone give me a link to the indigo girls mp3 sites??

thanks
sandy

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you know i was wondering when the first thursday's child would come
out(congrats young man)?  is it just me or is this day (yes i am) a really
crappy one?

sandy

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> i'm a thursday's child : definitely got far to go.. :)
>
> john.
>
> ---
>
> "i love the alcemy of food - it is definitely an art."
>
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cant spell....got sent back to me!! lets try it again!!1 forgot the "t" in
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hey all! i got an email from audio highway and on their featured artists is
michelle ngdeocello who did lots on the ig cos cd. truly i dont know much
about her, but i know the girls are huge fans of her! for all of you
michelle fans, i just thought id post this for yas!! go to audiohighway.com
and look for the special michelle page and all the info and sample tracks
are there for the takin!! have a super day!!

cara
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i am definitely saturday's child.=a0 i have been working since i was =
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it's so nice to hear someone else say what i've been thinking all day.
yes, it's a crappy one!  it doesn't help that it's been raining almost
nonstop for 4 days (and gotten really cold).

sandy i-o's wrote:

> you know i was wondering when the first thursday's child would come
> out(congrats young man)?  is it just me or is this day (yes i am) a
> really
> crappy one?
>
> sandy
>
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> >from: john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
> >to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> >subject: re: ?day's child
> >date: tue, 18 apr 2000 11:08 pm
> >
>
> > i'm a thursday's child : definitely got far to go.. :)
> >
> > john.
> >
> > ---
> >
> > "i love the alcemy of food - it is definitely an art."
> >
> > (emily saliers, advocate interview)
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it's so nice to hear someone else say what i've been thinking all day. 
yes, it's a crappy one!  it doesn't help that it's been raining almost
nonstop for 4 days (and gotten really cold).
<p>sandy i-o's wrote:
<blockquote type=cite><tt>you know i was wondering when the first thursday's
child would come</tt>
<br><tt>out(congrats young man)?  is it just me or is this day (yes
i am) a really</tt>
<br><tt>crappy one?</tt>
<p><tt>sandy</tt>
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<br><tt>>from: john bond <<u><font color="#0000ff">john.bond@lineone.net</font></u>></tt>
<br><tt>>to: <u><font color="#0000ff">indigo-girls@netspace.org</font></u></tt>
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<p><tt>> i'm a thursday's child : definitely got far to go.. :)</tt>
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<br><tt>> john.</tt>
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<br><tt>> "i love the alcemy of food - it is definitely an art."</tt>
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yes..this day definitely is one of the lowest i can remember.....it bites....sparkie

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--- nancy lambert <armydillo@mindspring.com> wrote:

> amy is a sunday's child
> emily is a monday's child
>
> so where does the tuesday's child come from?
>
in some old interview (i don't remember which) amy
says they used to play on tuesday nights.  hence,
tuesday's children.  kind of takes the magic out of
the phrase, don't it?

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that's too funny...i'm a wednesday's child, woeful and worried my mom used
to say
my husband is a tuesday's child, which i think helps balance us a bit.
michelle

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> date: tuesday, april 18, 2000 2:42 pm
>
> i'm a wednesday child...and i'm a cancer...so that explains the
> emotional/woefull stuff!*eg*
> thank god my wife is a tuesday child...her middle name should have been
> grace, she is that lovely a person...
>
> rugbygrrl
>
> >from: shannon curnutte <shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu>
> >here's the rhyme:
> >
> >monday's child is fair of face;
> >tuesday's child is full of grace;
> >wednesday's child is full of woe;
> >thursday's child has far to go;
> >friday's child is loving and giving;
> >saturday's child works hard for a living.
> >but the child that is born on the sabbath day
> >is fair and wise, good and gay
> >
> >i'm a sunday's child... =)
> >
> >shannon
> >
> >
> >
> >
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a coworker of mine is reading rose madder by s. king. evidently it has a strong story line of a husband who is trying to find his wife and he knows she is going to a concert in pa by the indigo girls.....

has anyone read this or heard  of it...or am i a day late and a dollar short?

sparkie..

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somebody asked what/where interlochen is.  interlochen is a fine arts camp in interlochen, mi.  interlochen is about 20 minutes from travers city, and about 3 hours or so from detroit.  i used to work at the camp. they've always had these big name acts come as a series.  kids can buy tickets to them, and the rest of the tix are available for tourists.  (you'll be able
to tell the kids from the tourists--the girl & women campers/staff all wear navy blue knickers. yes, knickers. some of the performers do, as well.  i'm trying to picture a & e in the uniform, but just can't...)


  1. anyway, it's a marvelous place to hear a concert (imho).  the theatre is outdoors, but it has a roof on it, so the concert goes on, regardless of weather.  you can see the lake behind the stage.  it's very  beatiful, plenty of parking, etc.  there' s a nice state park with camping just down the road a piece.  it will be very strictly no drinking, etc. (the kids are
     as young as 8!).
  2.
  3. when i was on staff, the concerts were almost all classical, but i heard that they'd switched to a broader mix lately.  i'm totally jealous of those who will get to go.  you couldn't pick a more wonderful venue.
  4.
  5. their web page was down when i just checked, but i bet www.interlochen.org will let you know how to buy tix.  buy early!  every show that i ever saw there was sold out!

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somebody asked what/where interlochen is.  interlochen is a fine arts
camp in interlochen, mi.  interlochen is about 20 minutes from travers
city, and about 3 hours or so from detroit.  i used to work at the
camp. they've always had these big name acts come as a series.  kids
can buy tickets to them, and the rest of the tix are available for tourists. 
(you'll be able to tell the kids from the tourists--the girl & women
campers/staff all wear navy blue knickers. yes, knickers. some of the performers
do, as well.  i'm trying to picture a & e in the uniform, but
just can't...)
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anyway, it's a marvelous place to hear a concert (imho).  the theatre
is outdoors, but it has a roof on it, so the concert goes on, regardless
of weather.  you can see the lake behind the stage.  it's very 
beatiful, plenty of parking, etc.  there' s a nice state park with
camping just down the road a piece.  it will be very strictly no drinking,
etc. (the kids are as young as 8!).</li>

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when i was on staff, the concerts were almost all classical, but i heard
that they'd switched to a broader mix lately.  i'm totally jealous
of those who will get to go.  you couldn't pick a more wonderful venue.</li>

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does anyone out there know anything about a place called

"the den" - in somerset, nj ???

any info would be greatly appreciated

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hi! i read that book a couple months ago.
  yeah, indigo girls are mentioned a lot throughout the story. the story
is about a woman and her life after leaving an abusive husband. the story
centers around the woman, rose, and her life becoming independent. the
concert is hosted by a women's shelter which the husband norman
automatically stereotypes as a big lesbian commune. sooo,...there are
plenty of suggestions made by his character that ig is a horrible lesbian
band playing for this obvious lesbian commune. lol :)
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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don't now if this has been posted yet but the vermont has won preliminary approval in the senate. would be the closest thing in america to gay marriage. see site at

http://wire.ap.org/?slug=vermont%2dgay%2dmarriage

hopefully it passes thru...sparkie out...

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it was amazing to me how many (not all) protesters given the chance to make
their case on live tv didn't have a clue what they were there for (or they
mentioned things which had zilch to do with imf/wb)... i can only imagine
their thoughts after reading this article (not that they are likely to read
newsweek or even mother jones... it was a party, they showed up):

http://newsweek.com/nw-srv/printed/us/na/a18632-2000apr15.htm

what are we fighting for?

the imf and world bank meetings in washington this weekend have drawn a
huge crowd of protesters who have virtually no grasp of the issues

by michael hirsh
newsweek, april 24, 2000

"confusion now hath made his masterpiece!" exclaims a character in
macbeth. that's a pretty good description of washington this week, as
anti-free trade protesters converge for the spring meetings of theworld bank
and international monetary fund. why are you here, a tv reporter asked
one protester? "because the world bank promotes war," she said knowingly.
another activist scrawled a 75-yard-long graffito along the whitehurst
freeway: "outlaw bankers," it began, then proceeded to demonize property
rights and debt, ending with the exhortation: "string up ceos with bankers'
guts." this message was punctuated on friday by a load of horse manure,
which was dumped in front of the bank's pristine white-faced headquarters.
atop it someone plunked a sign: "world bank meet stinks."

the dreadlocked hordes who are shutting down the nation's capital seem to
have made an avocation of touring the globe, like surfers in that '60s classic
"endless summer," to kibitz at the year-long round of international economic
meetings. first came the world trade organization ministerial in seattle; next
up, perhaps, will be the imf/world bank gathering in prague or the g-7
session in okinawa this summer. and clearly many of these folks are very,
very upset. but so many of them seem confused about exactly what they don't
like that their sheer numbers give rise to a suspicious coincidence: these
anti-trade protests really picked up strength only after the grateful dead
stopped holding concerts. think about the care and feeding of thousands of
unemployed deadheads--mixed with a smattering of union hardhats--and
you have an image of what washington is like just about now.

so many ironies are piling up in these protests that one needs a chain-cutter
from the d.c. police to get through them. irony one: the imf and world
bank--those supposed fronts for evil, multinational corporations--were
founded in 1944 by a socialist and a communist, both of whom hoped to blunt
the impact of untrammeled capitalism and free trade. the socialist was the
great economist john maynard keynes, who so distrusted the global capitalist
system after the great depression and world war ii that he celebrated the
imf's founding with a dinner at which he declared, "what was heresy has
become orthodoxy"--namely that countries now had the right to impose
controls on capital. his brilliant and irascible co-founder, u.s. treasury
official harry dexter white, was a guy with a soft spot for the workers of the
world. he was later cashiered for his alleged ties to moscow.

even when keynes' and white's "bretton woods" system of fixed exchange
rates collapsed in the early '70s, the institutions kept to their mission of
correcting the excesses of markets. the anarchists who now want to abolish
the world bank and imf are apparently greater believers in the free market
than milton friedman. because the free market is all that would be left. the
question is, do they realize it?

irony two: the world bank today is run by jim wolfensohn, an ex-investment
banker who got third-world religion a half decade ago. wolfensohn has
spent his entire five-year term pushing for much of the revolution that the
protesters want: a withdrawal from big environmentally damaging projects like
dams (the bank has reduced its energy-related projects from 21 percent to 2
percent); protection of the poor from wall street (wolfensohn's mantra has
been that the bank must go where private financial capital does not); and
more institutional transparency ."they could be quoting from what i've been
saying for the last five years," sighed the frustrated world bank president in
an interview. "there's not a hell of a lot i can do to convince people who are
not prepared to listen."

the greatest irony of all, perhaps, is that many of the protesters do have a
point, if only they knew it . there is something genuine to protest about
globalization. for instance, global income inequality has grown to appalling
levels. according to united nations data, the assets of the world's 200 richest
people now amount to more than the combined income of 41 percent of the
world. a recent paper co-authored by economist lyn squire--uh, yes, he's
at the world bank--shows that trade openness leads to faster growth but
also brings little benefit to the poorest 40 percent of the population. there's
some debate among economists over how valid those results are, but at least
it's a real debate over real issues. one thing is clear: the world bank has
nothing to do with this problem, except to ameliorate it somewhat.

there is also a very genuine question as to whether the income-gap problem
was worsened by washington's too-zealous push for open markets in
developing countries and ever-freer capital flows. the wto is largely a
benign, rule-setting institution. but as some economists like robert wade and
dani rodrik point out, those rules have clearly junked old "models" of
development like south korea's and taiwan's. in the '60s and '70s these
countries, emulating to some degree the earlier example of japan, produced
both a lot of national wealth and remarkably even income distribution by
creating strategic export industries while maintaining tariff barriers. this
gradualist approach to opening markets might still be seen as an
alternative for
third world economies if the united states hadn't insisted setting rules at the
wto its own way.

some of the more informed protesters, like lori wallach of global trade
watch, are on to this. and they are focused on creating more openness and
democracy in setting economic policies in the future. no argument there. but
few of the protesters, in their eagerness to storm the world bank, seem
interested in such debates.

nor do many of them seem interested in conceding the complexity of the
issues. for instance, the man who has really led the fight for alternative
models
of development is joe stiglitz; he's the just-recently resigned chief economist
of that much-hated institution, the world bank. and the g-7
nations--perhaps the next target of protesters--have already agreed to
forgive tens of billions of dollars of debt held by the poorest countries. key
countries hit by the asian contagion, like south korea, are now peforming
well under the belated ministrations of the imf. there are even good things to
say about multinational corporations: after all, they are the ones really
making
global trade happen, which every economist worth his salt agrees has
increased the world's prosperity in the aggregate.

the issues, in other words, are very, very difficult. but the answers can
sometimes be surprisingly easy. you hate poverty? then what the devil are
you doing in rich, first world washington, forcing doctors and food workers
to stay home from work? why not join one of the truly useful aid
organizations in sub-saharan africa, which can make a real difference and are
desperate for manpower? that's what wolfensohn had in mind when he
shifted 2,500 bank employees out into the third world from the giant
headquarters building that is now cordoned off by thousands of d.c. police.
dislike materialism? there is nothing and no one in the world forcing you to
buy nike shoes. in any case, nike is located in oregon, where there is plenty
of space to picket. and if you don't like wto rules, then please do protest
the wto. but that's not here either. it's in geneva.

the point, of course, is that the mass 'movement" against globalization that
first hit seattle last november and is now bivouacked in washington is, to a
large extent, just a parody of a protest. this is not vietnam, where a case
could be made against a war that, by its end, appeared to have no redeeming
qualities. nor is it south african apartheid, which was also an unredeemable
moral blight and warranted the massive sit-ins of the '80s (i joined them).
this
is an issue where there are no fully good guys or bad guys, just legitimate
debates about the distribution of wealth--which no one doubts any longer is a
genuine benefit of open markets. but there's no time for debate right now:
we're too busy cleaning up the manure.

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actually this writer is known for being slanted on issues.  the reality of
the occation was that the protestors were very well informed.  and he just
happened to find the few that were not.  my sugestion is to find the real
truth try c-span or better yet http://dc.indymedia.org  the latter is actual
first hand accounts of the protests from the streets.  another good well
informed place is the organizer http://www.a16.org

there were two parts to the protests the march that ig were involved with
and the civil disobedience.

and if you don't believe me on the slant just take a look at the atlanta mag
article that amy so eloquently slammed for them portraying her as "dark" and
not mentioning all the things that she coverd in that interview like daemon
records and whatnot.

nan

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> from: indigo girls mailing list [mailto:indigo-girls@netspace.org]on
> behalf of deb
> sent: tuesday, april 18, 2000 8:44 pm
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: nigc: imf / world bank stuff
>
>
> it was amazing to me how many (not all) protesters given the
> chance to make
> their case on live tv didn't have a clue what they were there for (or they
> mentioned things which had zilch to do with imf/wb)... i can only imagine
> their thoughts after reading this article (not that they are
> likely to read
> newsweek or even mother jones... it was a party, they showed up):
>
> http://newsweek.com/nw-srv/printed/us/na/a18632-2000apr15.htm
>
> what are we fighting for?
>
> the imf and world bank meetings in washington this weekend have drawn a
> huge crowd of protesters who have virtually no grasp of the issues
>
> by michael hirsh
> newsweek, april 24, 2000
>
> "confusion now hath made his masterpiece!" exclaims a character in
> macbeth. that's a pretty good description of washington this week, as
> anti-free trade protesters converge for the spring meetings of
> theworld bank
> and international monetary fund. why are you here, a tv reporter asked
> one protester? "because the world bank promotes war," she said knowingly.
> another activist scrawled a 75-yard-long graffito along the whitehurst
> freeway: "outlaw bankers," it began, then proceeded to demonize property
> rights and debt, ending with the exhortation: "string up ceos
> with bankers'
> guts." this message was punctuated on friday by a load of horse manure,
> which was dumped in front of the bank's pristine white-faced headquarters.
> atop it someone plunked a sign: "world bank meet stinks."
>
> the dreadlocked hordes who are shutting down the nation's capital seem to
> have made an avocation of touring the globe, like surfers in that
> '60s classic
> "endless summer," to kibitz at the year-long round of
> international economic
> meetings. first came the world trade organization ministerial in
> seattle; next
> up, perhaps, will be the imf/world bank gathering in prague or the g-7
> session in okinawa this summer. and clearly many of these folks are very,
> very upset. but so many of them seem confused about exactly what
> they don't
> like that their sheer numbers give rise to a suspicious coincidence: these
> anti-trade protests really picked up strength only after the grateful dead
> stopped holding concerts. think about the care and feeding of thousands of
> unemployed deadheads--mixed with a smattering of union hardhats--and
> you have an image of what washington is like just about now.
>
> so many ironies are piling up in these protests that one needs a
> chain-cutter
> from the d.c. police to get through them. irony one: the imf and world
> bank--those supposed fronts for evil, multinational corporations--were
> founded in 1944 by a socialist and a communist, both of whom
> hoped to blunt
> the impact of untrammeled capitalism and free trade. the socialist was the
> great economist john maynard keynes, who so distrusted the global
> capitalist
> system after the great depression and world war ii that he celebrated the
> imf's founding with a dinner at which he declared, "what was heresy has
> become orthodoxy"--namely that countries now had the right to impose
> controls on capital. his brilliant and irascible co-founder, u.s. treasury
> official harry dexter white, was a guy with a soft spot for the
> workers of the
> world. he was later cashiered for his alleged ties to moscow.
>
> even when keynes' and white's "bretton woods" system of fixed exchange
> rates collapsed in the early '70s, the institutions kept to their
> mission of
> correcting the excesses of markets. the anarchists who now want to abolish
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> the world bank and imf are apparently greater believers in the free market
> than milton friedman. because the free market is all that would
> be left. the
> question is, do they realize it?
>
> irony two: the world bank today is run by jim wolfensohn, an ex-investment
> banker who got third-world religion a half decade ago. wolfensohn has
> spent his entire five-year term pushing for much of the
> revolution that the
> protesters want: a withdrawal from big environmentally damaging
> projects like
> dams (the bank has reduced its energy-related projects from 21
> percent to 2
> percent); protection of the poor from wall street (wolfensohn's mantra has
> been that the bank must go where private financial capital does not); and
> more institutional transparency ."they could be quoting from what
> i've been
> saying for the last five years," sighed the frustrated world bank
> president in
> an interview. "there's not a hell of a lot i can do to convince
> people who are
> not prepared to listen."
>
> the greatest irony of all, perhaps, is that many of the
> protesters do have a
> point, if only they knew it . there is something genuine to protest about
> globalization. for instance, global income inequality has grown
> to appalling
> levels. according to united nations data, the assets of the
> world's 200 richest
> people now amount to more than the combined income of 41 percent of the
> world. a recent paper co-authored by economist lyn squire--uh, yes, he's
> at the world bank--shows that trade openness leads to faster growth but
> also brings little benefit to the poorest 40 percent of the
> population. there's
> some debate among economists over how valid those results are,
> but at least
> it's a real debate over real issues. one thing is clear: the
> world bank has
> nothing to do with this problem, except to ameliorate it somewhat.
>
> there is also a very genuine question as to whether the income-gap problem
> was worsened by washington's too-zealous push for open markets in
> developing countries and ever-freer capital flows. the wto is largely a
> benign, rule-setting institution. but as some economists like
> robert wade and
> dani rodrik point out, those rules have clearly junked old "models" of
> development like south korea's and taiwan's. in the '60s and '70s these
> countries, emulating to some degree the earlier example of japan, produced
> both a lot of national wealth and remarkably even income distribution by
> creating strategic export industries while maintaining tariff
> barriers. this
> gradualist approach to opening markets might still be seen as an
> alternative for
> third world economies if the united states hadn't insisted
> setting rules at the
> wto its own way.
>
> some of the more informed protesters, like lori wallach of global trade
> watch, are on to this. and they are focused on creating more openness and
> democracy in setting economic policies in the future. no argument
> there. but
> few of the protesters, in their eagerness to storm the world bank, seem
> interested in such debates.
>
> nor do many of them seem interested in conceding the complexity of the
> issues. for instance, the man who has really led the fight for alternative
> models
> of development is joe stiglitz; he's the just-recently resigned
> chief economist
> of that much-hated institution, the world bank. and the g-7
> nations--perhaps the next target of protesters--have already agreed to
> forgive tens of billions of dollars of debt held by the poorest
> countries. key
> countries hit by the asian contagion, like south korea, are now peforming
> well under the belated ministrations of the imf. there are even
> good things to
> say about multinational corporations: after all, they are the ones really
> making
> global trade happen, which every economist worth his salt agrees has
> increased the world's prosperity in the aggregate.
>
> the issues, in other words, are very, very difficult. but the answers can
> sometimes be surprisingly easy. you hate poverty? then what the devil are
> you doing in rich, first world washington, forcing doctors and
> food workers
> to stay home from work? why not join one of the truly useful aid
> organizations in sub-saharan africa, which can make a real
> difference and are
> desperate for manpower? that's what wolfensohn had in mind when he
> shifted 2,500 bank employees out into the third world from the giant
> headquarters building that is now cordoned off by thousands of
> d.c. police.
> dislike materialism? there is nothing and no one in the world
> forcing you to
> buy nike shoes. in any case, nike is located in oregon, where
> there is plenty
> of space to picket. and if you don't like wto rules, then please
> do protest
> the wto. but that's not here either. it's in geneva.
>
> the point, of course, is that the mass 'movement" against
> globalization that
> first hit seattle last november and is now bivouacked in
> washington is, to a
> large extent, just a parody of a protest. this is not vietnam,
> where a case
> could be made against a war that, by its end, appeared to have no
> redeeming
> qualities. nor is it south african apartheid, which was also an
> unredeemable
> moral blight and warranted the massive sit-ins of the '80s (i
> joined them).
> this
> is an issue where there are no fully good guys or bad guys, just
> legitimate
> debates about the distribution of wealth--which no one doubts any
> longer is a
> genuine benefit of open markets. but there's no time for debate right now:
> we're too busy cleaning up the manure.
>
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date:         tue, 18 apr 2000 23:36:34 edt
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well, not really, but always glad to admire her wonderfulness, now as a
sunday's child...

>but the child that is born on the sabbath day
>is fair and wise, good and gay

hell, it applies.

thanks for the answer!   i was nursery-rhyme deprived as a child.  as to
losing the magic, well, back together again says "if you wanna know the
secret behind the smile, you've got to ask a tuesday's child" which i may
take sometime as an invitation to ask either of them (now figuratively tc's)
what the secret behind all these smiles is!!!  aren't they wonderful.  okay,
done now.

lisa

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date:         wed, 19 apr 2000 00:13:12 -0400
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hi folks,

it's wonderful to see listees interested in world events...however,
please it's time to take the imf/world bank discussion off list.

please continue this discussion via private email or other forums.

thanks!

jen lucero
ig list co-owner

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hey everyone,

i hardly ever post to the list but i haven't seen anything on this yet. for
those of you in the nyc area:

>from the wfuv website:

wednesday, april 19
1pm, the indigo girls join rita houston live in studio a.


wednesday, april 26
8pm, columbia records radio hour: the jayhawks and the indigo girls
recorded live in atlanta. hosted by darren de vivo.

http://www.wfuv.org/wfuv/cflistings.html

les
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smells like spam to me


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date:         wed, 19 apr 2000 01:37:58 -0500
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hi all-
        just wondering if anyone has heard any buzz on where the indigo girls
might be heading between their june 20 show in highland park and the july
14 date in seattle. could be a much-deserved break, but i'm hoping they'll
stay in the midwest and hit st. louis or kansas city. any information would
be very much appreciated.
thanks,
michelle

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atlanta -- john rocker received a standing ovation in his return to baseball
tuesday night and the atlanta braves defeated the philadelphia phillies 4-3
on brian hunter's pinch-hit homer in the 12th inning.

rocker pitched a scoreless ninth after serving a two-week suspension for
deragatory comments against immigrants, gays and minorities.

nearly everyone in the crowd of 34,903 rose to their feet on a cool, windy
night, welcoming back the closer who had 38 saves for the nl champions a
year ago before setting off a national controversy with his infamous
magazine interview.  >>

now, isn't that special????
tim
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wisdom is not truth; truth is not beauty;
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date:         wed, 19 apr 2000 09:31:42 +0100
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apologies for the nigc, but does anyone have boots of the dixie chicks?

thanks and fare thee well.

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shameless begging to follow.

can anyone in the dc area put me and a friend up for
the weekend of the millenium march?

please, please, please <gets on knees>, please,
please?

i'll do a little gratitude dance. plus you'll get to
meet this ig&tori-obsessed absolutely crazy mostly
lesbian radioactive college in love with gay blond
boys sarcastic russian freak-girl.

love and thanks in advance,
:) julie :)

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<<from the wfuv website:

wednesday, april 19
1pm, the indigo girls join rita houston live in studio a.
wednesday, april 26
8pm, columbia records radio hour: the jayhawks and the indigo girls
recorded live in atlanta. hosted by darren de vivo.>>>>

i just checked out the wfuv website and you can connect to the station via
the site.  i can tape the show on the 26th via the net plus i have a cable
modem.  can someone tape today's show???   i would do that one also but i am
going to be at work...and well my work computer doesn't even have a sound
card!!! ugh!!!!!!

thanks
sandy

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>from: wilfred pennington <unclwil@midwest.net>
i'm hoping they'll
>stay in the midwest and hit st. louis or kansas city.

yeah, so do i. but what about co, denver area? this would be my only chance
to ever see them live.

kate
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hkf's,

06/02/00 atlanta, ga  chastain park amphitheatre
on sale: 04/22/00 - 10:00am
(404)249-6400 (local tm)

got this info on tm this am.  here's the normal chastain site, although it
doesn't list shows that aren't in the 'series' like this one:
http://www.consopro.com/chastain_frameset.cfm

good luck getting tickets & hope they call your number!  and ps: what's the
deal with that sc show at hob?  is it still on or cancelled or something?
it's still on the web - did i miss something?  thanks.

a+e=ig

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>
>cant spell....got sent back to me!! lets try it again!!1 forgot the "t" in
>netspace!!! :)
>
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>>hi. this is the qmail-send program at hotmail.com.
>>i'm afraid i wasn't able to deliver your message to the following
>>addresses.
>>this is a permanent error; i've given up. sorry it didn't work out.
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>hey all! i got an email from audio highway and on their featured artists is
>michelle ngdeocello who did lots on the ig cos cd. truly i dont know much
>about her, but i know the girls are huge fans of her! for all of you
>michelle fans, i just thought id post this for yas!! go to audiohighway.com
>and look for the special michelle page and all the info and sample tracks
>are there for the takin!! have a super day!!
>
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there are definite advantages to being an alum :-)

i'm going to preface this review by saying on april 28, 1990 i saw my
first indigo girls show, and there have been countless more over the
past decade.  but last night's show was one of the best ig concert
experiences i have had.  this was, in emily's words, "truly memorable".

mrs fun was the opening band.  two women, one on drums and one on
keyboards and vocals.  they are excellent musicians, but their music
runs towards jazz, and that's just not my taste.  ig came out to play and
sing on one song which can best be described as a jazz rap.  it was
actually pretty cool, but like the 1300+ other women in the room, it
was time for ig.

and i knew it was going to be good when they opened with "strange fire".
the set list:

strange fire
it's alright
ozilline
prince of darkness
jonas & ezekial
peace tonight
faye tucker
closer to fine
rome and juliet
philsophy of loss
go
power of two
gone again
love's recovery
least complicated
shame on you
get out the map
(encore)
(new quiet song by amy, with emily on guitar and a little vocal)
cold beer and remote control
galileo

i knew i was at a wellesley show when i saw women doing homework while
waiting for the show to start (wellesley alums will know what i mean..).
i even saw one laptop!

wellesley women are nothing if not polite, generally speaking, and this
is one of the reasons that this show stands out.  i lost count of how
many times ig said "thanks for listening".  no one hollered for another
song while one was being played.  during the quiet songs, the hall was
dead silent (except for the between verse cheers that always accompany
"love's recovery").  i think that's one reason that amy decided to play
her new very quiet song in the encore.  you could have heard a pin drop
in the audience.  and the women who came down the aisles to dance sat
down with everyone else during quiet songs.  but in between...wow.
i wasnt wearing my hearing aids and i *still* had feedback in my ears
from the cheers and screams.  there were the obligatory "i love you, amy!"
cries but always between songs.

for least complicated, ig did something that they have never
done before (their admission).  amy was practically jumping up and down
with glee half way through the show.  she said that when the audiences
sing along, they almost always sing emily's part.  at wellesley, she
was hearing her part too..."there's harmony which is beautiful".  so
they pulled two students from the audience to lead the crowd with the
proper parts...except for literally two or three lines of guidance,
the crowd sang the whole song unassisted by ig vocals.  it was quite
an experience.

they were chattier at this show than i've seen them lately.  emily
joked at one one "so do ya'll have a football team? kidding!" but of
course the ruggers were loud and clear that they played football.
(and emily was, probably unbeknownst to her..only a fanatic like
me would remember this..rehashing a similar joke from a denver show in
1990).  they noticed the very small handful of men in the room (maybe
a dozen at best, including some faculty).  amy's quip: "now you guys
know how it feels to be a woman" (more deafening cheers).

ig clearly felt comfortable at this show, and they gave us a real treat.
i dont remember when i last saw them as just a duo, and it was an
all acoustic show too (except maybe for the banjo..not sure if it is
electric or just funky).

i really got into ig during my senior year at wellesley, a decade ago.
it was really fabulous to see them play on campus, and i only wish some
of my classmates and wellesley pals, now scattered across the country,
could have been there too. but as ig said, "we'll be back" so
who knows...

thanks for reading, if you got this far :)

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date:         wed, 19 apr 2000 11:16:20 -0400
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hkf's,

this is probably old news for some of you, but the two wolf trap shows (6/7
& 6/8) are already on sale.  the information/links are on my site or just go
to this link:  http://www.wolf-trap.org/

you can buy tix's over the phone or online (not tm!) for these shows.  i
just checked it out and it's a pretty good online system they have going.
that's it.  and as our down-under-ex-list-owner used to say: happy, happy.

a+e=ig

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summer soul 6/16 and 17 @  <a href="http://www.sunshinedreams.com">sunshine
daydreams campground</a>
with fungus,grining mob,jimiller band,the john mullins band,peach melba,fat
apple,macgregor,jhinx,sporadic,sultans of bing,somatose,jello and more !
     total of 20 acts on 2 stages about 70 mi. south of pittsburg.deadhead
owned and operated in the beautiful hills of wv.dead bands,jam bands,funk
.bluegrass and more.
     this show is all ages and rain or shine. tickets are $18 in advance
and $25 at the door  and available at all protix  locations as well as some
no
service charge outlets. gates open 12:00 fri and showtime is 5:00 pm.friendly
dogs are welcome($5 cleanup fee) and kids under 12 are free.for more info
check pro plus web page @ <a
href="http://www.baysoft.net/prod+/springjam.html">pro  plus</a> or call 304
789 2292 or 410 467 6775
or e- mail goobygomp@aol.com for more info
other shows include:
spring jam                      5/5 and 6
ekoostik hookah              6/2 and 3 (deep banana blackout)
jerrys birth day               late july(lots of big acts tba)
darkstar orchestra           8/25 and 26  (dso sat)
back to school boogie      9/15 and 16(hypnotic clambake more big acts tba)
harvest ball                    10/6 and 7

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>>(new quiet song by amy, with emily on guitar and a little vocal)<<

does anyone have a decent boot of this song?  i am dying to hear it!

email me privately.

thanks!

jean

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there may have been a few young folks in dc over the weekend who didn't have
a full grasp on the issues, but i assure you that the vast majority of us
knew why we were there. as the reporter wrote in the article that deb
posted, the issues are complex and don't easily lend themselves to 15 or 30
second sound bites. but imf, world bank, and wto leaders and government
officials know why we were there. protesting is an important tool in
bringing injustice out the closet. since the protests i have had so many
opportunities to educate people who would have otherwise known nothing about
the imf, world bank, and wto. and for the record, so many of us are actually
out there doing more than protesting. we're educating, lobbying our elected
leaders through traditional channels, and doing work in the trenches with
organizations working to make this world a better place.

for anyone interested in learning more about why we were protesting the imf
and world bank, please visit http://www.whirledbank.org.

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ig is about to start!

www.wfuv.com

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http://www.wfuv.org/index.htm

though if you type www.wfuv.com you will be redirected.

thanks,
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hey all..go now to the web site and click listen (wfuv)...they are in town
in ny for a hs show and decided to hang out at the station...go is on the
station online now and they will perform live later on! its not a whole hour
of concert, they are there and will be talkin and performing!! you can
indeed listen live!! if i could tape it i would!! hurry!!:)

cara
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hey, a great, mellow version of gone again!!!

tim

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woo hoo! they are playing "broken blossoms" (ig version) from the dusty
tribute cd cool cool cool!!!! and a big hurray... they will be in central
park  this summer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! yipee... :)

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okay i am pissed..got to hear like 5 words from amy and then the damned server went down.......shit......sparkie is bummed....

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i am listening now!!!!!!!!!!  man,am's voice is sooooo neat!!!!!!
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i loved that version of cold beer and remote control.

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due to last minute passover shopping, i missed the show.

any interesting comments?

did anyone tape?

thanks,

melissa
who is trying to "plain text" items to list....for amy putnam!

did it work?

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did anyone by chance get to tape the whole thing...i missed most of it, cuz
i was at the store....thanks
peace and love,
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i agree - it was amazing.  and amy's harmonies were great.

neil johnson wrote:

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boot? oh oh please?

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>i agree - it was amazing.  and amy's harmonies were great.
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>> i loved that version of cold beer and remote control.
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change in the tour schedule:  according to the wfuv interview this afternoon
(4-19) ig will be at the sty high school for a show tonight.

the interview was great!! they did a version (slower than usual) of gone
again on *guitars* and i loved it!!  best i have ever heard.

jude :)

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so if anyone whose server was nice to them got this on tape somehow...i will trade stained glass for a copy.....also..amy and jude ...well amy the box is done and will go out shortly..gotta take photos..and jude yours is in the final stages...

anyway...gonna go pout some more....sparkie

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...was great!

things i learned:
*they are playing a high school today
*amy has a cold
*they are playing central park on june 13
*cold beer will be the next single
*russell didn't think broken blossoms (dusty s song) was right for them
at all.  amy said everyone in the office made faces when they heard the
original.
*they'll be touring with the same band this summer
*honor the earth tour will be in october

fun moments:
*they screwed up cold beer and had to start it over again
*they only played two songs--gone again & cold beer. amy sounded really
good.
*the dj played either or with them...read a set of two things and they
had to say which they preferred.  one question was sabrina duncan or
jill munro.  emily didn't know who they were but eventually said
sabrina.  amy said she would have said sabrina previously but now she's
dating a farrah so she'll say farrah.


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ok, lots of people are asking about it, but no one has said yes, yet...where
are you awesome amazing person who was able to tape this show???  i have to
hear gone again...i hate this, it is soooooooooo frustrating....ok,
hopefully some kind friend is out there with a tape of this show...
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> *the dj ..read a set of two things and they had to say which they >preferred.  one question was sabrina duncan or jill munro.  emily didn't >know who they were but eventually said sabrina.  amy said she would have >said sabrina previously but now she's dating a farrah so she'll say farrah.
>

what does this mean?  who is sabrina duncan and jill munro?  this
doesn't make any sense to me - why does amy mean that she is dating a
farrah?  what's a farrah?

perpetually confused elaine

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is this a reference to "charlie's angels"?

who was who?

if so, isn't it coming out as a movie in the near future?

melissa

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> > *the dj ..read a set of two things and they had to say which they
>preferred.  one question was sabrina duncan or jill munro.  emily didn't
>know who they were but eventually said sabrina.  amy said she would have
>said sabrina previously but now she's dating a farrah so she'll say farrah.
> >
>
> what does this mean?  who is sabrina duncan and jill munro?  this
> doesn't make any sense to me - why does amy mean that she is dating a
> farrah?  what's a farrah?
>
> perpetually confused elaine
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sabrina duncan and jill munro are two of charlie's angels.  jill was
played by farrah fawcett.  amy's girlfriend is blonde and statuesque
like farrah.  in fact, she wrote an essay about how she once tried out
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yes, referencing charlie's angels...
sabrina was kate jackson ( brunette)
jill was the blonde farrah.......sparkie can't remmy the third one...
other than jacquelyn smith played her....

sparkie out

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it was a classic 70's tv series.  it still has a cult following today.  sabrina was the smart one.  farrah fawcet's character was the blonde bombshell and jacklyn smith's character.  if you want a good laugh i highly recommend catching some of the orringal episodes before farrah left the show.  just remember, it was written and produced in the 70's.

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okay so i remembered. jacklyn smith played kelly garret...then there were a few others that were on for just a bit..shelly hack and cheryl ladd....

oh the old tv show's they are stored way back in the back of the old brain cells now a days....sparkie out..

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oh, thanks.  i had forgotten (or blocked it out)  it makes sense now.

oh geez.  that had to be one of the stupidest, fluffiest shows ever
made.
god, i hated that show.   jiggly, unleashed boobs, plunging necklines,
and ass - can't women be portrayed independent of exploitative sexual
imagery?
actually, the show wasn't bad at all - what  i couldn't stand is how the
actresses in that show couldn't be just smart detectives, but had to be
smart sexy jiggly well built women.  have to visually please the
audience after all.  i felt it was such a degrading show to women back
then that i only watched it 2 or 3 times.  nowadays, tits and ass are so
commonplace on tv and cable.   baywatch? hmm, another high concept show
. . . doesn't it feel like feminism is taking a big giant step
backward?

elaine

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>
> sabrina duncan and jill munro are two of charlie's angels.  jill was
> played by farrah fawcett.  amy's girlfriend is blonde and statuesque
> like farrah.  in fact, she wrote an essay about how she once tried out
> for the show.
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wouldn't it be interesting to see a similar show , however use real women and  allow them to use their brains...uhmmm...amy, emily....annie lennox..or another...could be interesting....sparkie

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        >>actresses in that show couldn't be just smart detectives, but had
to be smart sexy jiggly well built women.  have to visually please the
audience after all.

        i know, i was quite pleased, at a young age. :)  i had a major crush
on sabrina when i was like, 12.   smart and sexy was a great combination.
still is.  i also was in love with wonder woman, and the bionic woman.
smart sexy women with superpowers.  yee haw.  now i just like gi jane and
sarah connor.  maybe some things haven't changed much.  there's just less
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so amy's not dating jennifer anymore?  i thought from the picture of
jennifer in that "bedroom" interview i read that her girlfriend was
dark haired?

confused :)

jean

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> sabrina duncan and jill munro are two of charlie's angels.  jill was
> played by farrah fawcett.  amy's girlfriend is blonde and statuesque
> like farrah.  in fact, she wrote an essay about how she once tried
> out
> for the show.
>
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i recall the show, " the rookies" think it was out before the angles..however..kate jackson was the one i had the ol' crush on....then she went to scarecrow and mrs king......nothing like getting to follow a crush for few years and your parents think it was only cause you liked the shows!!!!

kinda wish at times that was the same today...now that she knows iam gay....makes things a little more tense...oh well.....

sparkie

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oh, jennifer is most definitely blonde.  there's a nice picture of her
here:

<http://www.epicrecords.com/epiccenter/custom/83/cuba/images/dinnerwithfriends.jpg>

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>  amy said . . . now she's dating a farrah

hmm, attributing characteristics of a tv character to one's gf?  i guess
i would be dating a very beautiful, sexy, smart charlie.

elaine

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sorry for screaming earlier! ididnt mean too! i was just way excited and
wanted to catch everyones attention!! it werked i guess!! i am sorry though
and i hope i didnt upset anyone. i really really want to thank every single
person who has ever posted anything on this list.   i cannot tell you how
much i have learned about my fav group! i thought i knew a few things, but,
i had no idea how "few things" i knew!! anyway, all of the info that is up
here everyday is just amazing and very much appreciated! i would not have
tix to any of the shows i do know nor would i have the knowledge i have now.
really, thank you to everyone! i have been able to share some of my new
found knowledge w/ friends who arent online and they are very appreciative!!
talk about intimate strangers ey? see how the girls can bring people
together from all over?? that show was so cool!! wow! they both just sound
so damn down to earth and sincerce!! twenty years and still goin strong!!
they are so laid back and relax, and they love what they do!! they have so
much and its so contagious!! they really are inspiration in every aspect!!
thank you to the person who first posted that info! i liked when emily said
something like "we wouldnt be against it if top40 radio embraced us!"
heheh..(thats not a direct quote) it was cute...they are the perfect example
of following your dreams, stopping at nothing, not taking no for an answer,
and being true to oneself!!they never cease to impress me every single time
i listen to them speak/ play! they are the masters of acoustic jamming!!
thanks again to everyone for just being so great!!\

cara

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>date: wed, 19 apr 2000 13:36:15 -0500
>
>...was great!
>
>things i learned:
>*they are playing a high school today
>*amy has a cold
>*they are playing central park on june 13
>*cold beer will be the next single
>*russell didn't think broken blossoms (dusty s song) was right for them
>at all.  amy said everyone in the office made faces when they heard the
>original.
>*they'll be touring with the same band this summer
>*honor the earth tour will be in october
>
>fun moments:
>*they screwed up cold beer and had to start it over again
>*they only played two songs--gone again & cold beer. amy sounded really
>good.
>*the dj played either or with them...read a set of two things and they
>had to say which they preferred.  one question was sabrina duncan or
>jill munro.  emily didn't know who they were but eventually said
>sabrina.  amy said she would have said sabrina previously but now she's
>dating a farrah so she'll say farrah.
>
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> >  amy said . . . now she's dating a farrah


hmm, attributing characteristics of one of the actors from charlie's
angels to one's gf?  i guess i would be dating a very beautiful, soft,
sexy, smart charlie.

elaine ;)

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all i can say is facts of life...joe!!woa!!heheheeh:) every fri(?) night
8(?)pm! way back when!! thanks for lettin me share!!
cara

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>         >>actresses in that show couldn't be just smart detectives, but
>had
>to be smart sexy jiggly well built women.  have to visually please the
>audience after all.
>
>         i know, i was quite pleased, at a young age. :)  i had a major
>crush
>on sabrina when i was like, 12.   smart and sexy was a great combination.
>still is.  i also was in love with wonder woman, and the bionic woman.
>smart sexy women with superpowers.  yee haw.  now i just like gi jane and
>sarah connor.  maybe some things haven't changed much.  there's just less
>big hair.
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oh yes...joe was wonderful......actually...to think about it...i got her...cept her name is jamie........life is good.....

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i may get in introuble for sending a whole email through, but i dont know
how to "paste" a web link onto my emails. this is for the meshell fans out
there. she contributed quite a bit to ig cos album and the girls are huge
fans of hers. i myself am not familiar w/ her, but for those here who are,
here is the email from audioghway! also, according the artist direct email,
ig are coming soon for a live chat to artist direct!! btw, is the song which
goes "man i gotta get out of this town, man i gotta get out of this town,
man i gotta get out this town..." by beth heart? its on the online radio
station im on right now and whom ever it is i really really like it! just
thought id share!! hehehe:)

cara

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date:         wed, 19 apr 2000 20:36:09 gmt
reply-to:     robbin love <robbin_150@hotmail.com>
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amy p. wrote:

<<amy was practically jumping up and down with glee half way through the
show.  she said that when the audiences sing along, they almost always sing
emily's part.  at wellesley, she was hearing her part too..."there's harmony
which is beautiful".>>

i always sing amy's part! amy's right though, not many people usually do. so
glad to hear that for once she got to hear a little harmony.

~robbin
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hey all again. this is random. i was just wonderin if their were any postees
out there that were serious musicains and wanted to have cheap access to  an
unbelievable studio/ bed and breakfast w/ satae of the art equimpent. two
very dear and special friends of mine (suzanna mallow and andrea jones)
widely known in the east coast (pa-fl, esp in the md,dc,de areas) better as
red letter day, have an incredible b&b/studio that they have just recently
opened.  rld have shared the staged w/ our beloved ig, dar, jane arden,
opened for edwin mccain and the list goes on. if anyone here on the east
coast from this area is familiar w/ commonbond, rld are best buds w/ them!
anway, i am putting this here b/c i know many here are musicians themselves
and i have some incredible info that i would be glad to email anyone! i
didnt post the "official" info, as i did not know if that would be
appropriate!! if it is and anyone wants me to that, ill be glad to! if
anyone wants more info on red letter day, you can email too! talk about
amazing musicians. wheew! have a wonderful day everyone!!

cara
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hey all~
    what's up? i just wanted to email y'all and ask you a question... do you
think there can possibly be too much indigo? i will admit it, i am obsessed
(as i'm sure most of you are too). i know amy and emily's birthdays, where
they were born, grew up, when they formed "saliers and ray", etc. etc. etc.
and i just got a rather nasty email from a, well, we'll just call her a
former, once best friend, but now b&^@#. she was talking trash about the
indigo girls and calling me wicked over-obsessive over them which i don't
think i am. i honestly think that my obsession with the indigo girls is
almost healthy in a way. it beats being obsessed with someone like marilyn
manson (who scares the bajeeses out of me) and i appologize in advance to
anyone out there who may like his music (if you can call it that... doh! i
need to bight my tongue... i'm gettging nasty). anyways... what the whole
point of my babble is, do you all think there can be overobsessive??? and do
you think it's wrong to be obsessed over them? i mean, i don't follow them
around, stalk them, write them letters, etc. i mean, i haven't even been to
one of their concerts in years (due to lack of money). i am deprived of my ig
concerts!!! or any other concerts minus school band concerts (shudder).
anywyas... now i'm getting totally off track. sorry for the senseless babble
that inevitably follows my subject heading.
peace y'all,
~alyssa

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what is a wfuv??????
~a very confused, half awake alyssa

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alyssa:

you just used around 300 words to ask whether you were overly obsessive
about ig.

what do you think the answer is?

m
"trying not to be too rude..."


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subject: too much indigo?


> hey all~
>     what's up? i just wanted to email y'all and ask you a question... do
you
> think there can possibly be too much indigo? i will admit it, i am
obsessed
> (as i'm sure most of you are too). i know amy and emily's birthdays, where
> they were born, grew up, when they formed "saliers and ray", etc. etc.
etc.
> and i just got a rather nasty email from a, well, we'll just call her a
> former, once best friend, but now b&^@#. she was talking trash about the
> indigo girls and calling me wicked over-obsessive over them which i don't
> think i am. i honestly think that my obsession with the indigo girls is
> almost healthy in a way. it beats being obsessed with someone like marilyn
> manson (who scares the bajeeses out of me) and i appologize in advance to
> anyone out there who may like his music (if you can call it that... doh! i
> need to bight my tongue... i'm gettging nasty). anyways... what the whole
> point of my babble is, do you all think there can be overobsessive??? and
do
> you think it's wrong to be obsessed over them? i mean, i don't follow them
> around, stalk them, write them letters, etc. i mean, i haven't even been
to
> one of their concerts in years (due to lack of money). i am deprived of my
ig
> concerts!!! or any other concerts minus school band concerts (shudder).
> anywyas... now i'm getting totally off track. sorry for the senseless
babble
> that inevitably follows my subject heading.
> peace y'all,
> ~alyssa
>
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after opening several shows for the indigo girls including the incredible
show at the tabernacle back in december, stereo popsicle is playing their
first show of 2000.

come on out and show your support.

stereo popsicle
@ the dark horse tavern
fri, 4.21.00
around midnight
cover $5
21+

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reply-to:     john bond <john.bond@lineone.net>
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(i'd just like to point out that i don't work for amazon in any way, shape
or form...)

i just found out tonight that amazon.co.uk sell a lot of music by arists
mentioned on the list, including melissa ferrick, michelle malone, and what
looks like a lot of daemon artists. i don't if i'm a bit behind as far as
this little factoid is concerned, but if i'm not, it must be good news for
uk people on the list....

john.
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alyssa:

public apologies.

is it bad to be obsessive?

not to answer this directly, but...is there a difference between
obsessiveness and being passionate?

where does one draw the line?

melissa
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subject: re: too much indigo?


> i didn't ask if i was overly obsessive because i know the answer to that
but
> my point was that do people think it's bad to be obsessed with them or
not?
> because the way that girl was talking to me was making it sound like a
very
> bad, almost insane thing.
>
> in a message dated 4/19/00 4:54:05 pm eastern daylight time,
melissa@ce1.com
> writes:
>
> << alyssa:
>
>  you just used around 300 words to ask whether you were overly obsessive
>  about ig.
>
>  what do you think the answer is?
>
>  m
>  "trying not to be too rude..."
>   >>
>

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in a message dated 4/19/00 5:18:00 pm, melissa@ce1.com wrote:

<<not to answer this directly, but...is there a difference between
obsessiveness and being passionate?>>

passionate: intense enthusiasm
obsessive: to be persistently or abnormally preoccupied

way big difference.

dee (who used to be obsessive, but now is merely passionate about ig music...
it all starts with baby steps ;)

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jean,

did i read you right? you thought the photo accompanying the bedroom
interview was of jennifer?? look again - that's amy!!

~robbin

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subject:      re: oh yes...joe was wonderful......actually...to think about
              it...i             got her...cept her name is jamie...
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the actress who played jo was nancy mckeon - never card\ed much for the show
but i adored that character....

tim

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> oh yes...joe was wonderful......actually...to think about it...i got
her...cept her name is jamie........life is good.....

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good point, robbin.  i thought she was talking about the picture of
jennifer that appears elsewhere in the website.  hmmm....

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they said they're playing in the park this summer? when? why? what area?
details!!
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hey lovely ig-lovers,

i have a mixed tape with a song by soul miner's daughter (the one that is
broken-up, not the new band outta seattle), and i think i heard someone on
this list saying stuff about them.  anyone know where i can get a cd??

write me in private email
thanks
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check out this article in the daily princetonian - it's pretty
interesting.

http://news.excite.com/news/uw/000413/entertainment-music-61

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>from:    nancy lambert <armydillo@mindspring.com>
>subject: re: nigc: imf / world bank stuff
>
>actually this writer is known for being slanted on issues.

i thought it was fairly obvious that this was an editorial, it's *supposed*
to have a slant!

>   the reality of
>the occation was that the protestors were very well informed.

all of them?  even the supposed anarchists who want the government to
restrict trade?  the anti-corporate types drinking coke out of their
coolers?  i would no more assert that than i would that none of them were
informed.  but i don't think many understand how complicated these issues
are.  i am very interested in these issues, and it's just not as
black-and-white as people would like.  the good news, i suppose, is that
young people are actually being motivated to some action, even if it may be
misguided.

i wish ig had had an opportunity to discuss their opinion on the issues,
i'd like to know exactly what kind of reforms they support.

>   and he just
>happened to find the few that were not.

and i just happened to see a number of them on live tv, and speak to a
number of them in my office.

>   my sugestion is to find the real
>truth try c-span or better yet http://dc.indymedia.org the latter is actual
>first hand accounts of the protests from the streets.  another good well
>informed place is the organizer http://www.a16.org

more "real truth" than talking to people who were there?

>and if you don't believe me on the slant just take a look at the atlanta mag
>article that amy so eloquently slammed for them portraying her as "dark" and
>not mentioning all the things that she coverd in that interview like daemon
>records and whatnot.

what does an ig article by robert c. morris in atlanta mag have to do with
an article by michael hirsh in newsweek?

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hey.. got this from a friend.. just thought some of you might be interested..
i dont know a thing about it.  peace!
~erin
"we cant return we can only look behind from where we came, and go round and
round and round in the circle game" ~j mitchell
memorial day weekend 2000
>
>may 26-29, 2000 - the southern womyn's festival, created, hosted, and
>produced solely by women will be held memorial day weekend in southern
>georgia. this first year is guaranteed to be a fabulous time for all.
>entertainers include: cris williamson, suzanne westenhoeffer, michelle
>malone, pamela means, leslie nuchow, nedra johnson, michele balan, jezebel
>moon, karen e. reynolds, diana jones, jamie anderson, voices of africa, and
>many more.  this weekend event also includes women artist, comedians, and
>workshops with topics of interest to womyn. vendors made up of womyn
artists
>from all over the u.s. will be selling arts, crafts, t-shirts, and womyn's
>music. the ticket price includes all camping fees, meals, entertainment,
and
>workshops. there is no reason to miss a thing!
>
>"the experience of womyn only space is indescribable and must be
experienced
>to fully understand it, the power of self that one gains from such an
>experience alone is well worth the weekend, just in the company of womyn,"
>says pat cobb, executive producer of the festival.
>this event is particularly exciting to women in the southeast because it is
>the first of its kind held in the area in several years. not since the
>festivals, swmcf and rhythm fest, has there been an event of this magnitude
>held for womyn in the south. the unique atmosphere and sense of community
>that these women's festivals produce, is a special experience.  according
to
>robin tyler, producer of the southern womyn's music and comedy festivals,
>"the festivals have been crucial in keeping the ideals of lesbian culture
>alive!"
>
>the southern womyn's festival is located on the st. mary's river, so bring
>your kayaks, and canoes for a relaxing trip down the river.  for more
>information about the southern womyn's festival you may visit
>http://www.gaywomyn.org or contact pat at 904-259-1456 email:
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i saw jennifer in person last saturday at the manhattanville show. she has
long blonde hair and very tall, at least 5'10-5'11". it was cute how amy had
to look up at her:)

kisha

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deb wrote:

<<more "real truth" than talking to people who were there?>>

indymedia was there. have you been to the indymedia site? their reports are
filled with protesters' accounts of why they were there protesting the imf
and world bank. i will repeat that we protesters do recognize the complexity
of the issues. what gets lost here in the criticism is that the mainstream
media want 30 second sound bites, not at-length interviews with the
protesters on the streets. how can a protester explain the destructiveness
of imf and world bank policies in 30 seconds??? it's an impossibility.

i myself, someone who has taken the time to educate herself on the issues,
have stumbled over the answer when asked what is wrong with the imf and
world bank. the answer is so complicated that i sometimes don't know where
to begin; trying to pull together the dozens of articles, editorials, and
web pages that i have read with all their intricacies into a concise,
conversational package can be a difficult task. that is why i often refer
people to http://www.whirledbank.org, http://www.freespeech.org, and
http://www.indymedia.org; they can take their time and absorb the
information small bits at a time and come to their own conclusions. so don't
assume that just because a person hasn't found a neat and tidy way of
explaining their opposition to the imf and world bank that they don't know
why they were in dc on sunday and monday. some of us are just not very good
at synthesising and distilling huge amounts of information for people who
want short, concise explanations.

peace,
robbin


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poorest 49 million americans. today, the richest 1% of americans earn as
much after taxes as the poorest 100 million americans.

source: united nations development programme, human development report 1997.
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income of 41% of the world's people. a 1% tax on the wealth of these 200
people could fund primary education for all the world's children who lack
access to schooling.

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robbin  wrote re: nigc: imf / world bank stuff.....

well said robbin.....well said...

sparkie

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hello...
   sorry to bring this up again.  i need to know (for debate purposes only)
exactly how many venemous snakes there are in north america, and  what the
names of those 17 (or number close)  are.   ive been debating this subject..
and need backup!  i know when this was discussed someone out there knew the
correct information..
  please email me any info privately!
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>from:    jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
>subject: admin note: imf
>
>hi folks,
>
>it's wonderful to see listees interested in world events...however,
>please it's time to take the imf/world bank discussion off list.
>
>please continue this discussion via private email or other forums.

oops.

i understand that i should have posted the url rather than the whole
article, but i don't understand shutting down the discussion of *an event
that ig attended* mere hours after my post (and only 1 response).  i'm very
disappointed.  i don't understand the necessity of such strict moderating
given the existence of the ig-news list, but i didn't mean to disobey it.

if the alternate list is still around, could someone please send me the
info privately?

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hey!!!

so, finally (and i'm really, really sorry it's taken so long :o( ) indicated
iv is mastered and ready to be distributed as part of the next big bad boot
offer. cue audible gasps of excitement and anticipation.
date:       sat, 22 apr 2000 15:04:01 +0000
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i have to say, everything sounds wonderful, and the artwork is truly
fantastic (i'll try and put it up at www.go.to/neilytones tonight if you
want to see - i might splash the words 'indicated iv' on the front cover,
and then again i might not...')

if you've sent me material you should already have an email from me checking
the details i have for you. unless you're a) chris talbot (i have your stuff
on my work email, so i'll get to that tomorrow, i hope) or b) meredith lynn
(i don't have an email address so if meredith's out there or anyone knows
it...)

i'm also scouting for potential cdr tree branches for this and my latest
boot offer, which should all be ready around the end of the month. here's
what i'm proposing to offer (all soundboard sourced):

the coffee promo and club r+r (two promos on one disc).
red rocks 91 and red rocks 94 (3cd) (digitally remastered, restored,
crossfaded into the most complete and smooth sounding versions of these
shows you'll have heard. even if you have them, it's probably worth an
upgrade)
tipitinas '89 (ditto on the digital restoration)
live x (acoustic) / mountain stage 98 (electric) (maybe for 80 min blanks
only, but these two shows are _awesome_).

possibly peabody's downunder '89 if i have time to remaster it.

plus:
tracy chapman broadcasts and rarities i & ii
jellyfish: belly b-sides and spilt b-sides
if anyone's into them...

if you're interested in being a cdr burning branch person, just let me know
(you don't have to do all the discs, just whatever you're interested in...)

taking a deep breath now...

neil
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>
> >from:    jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
> >subject: admin note: imf

> >please continue this discussion via private email or other forums.
>

deb wrote:
>  i don't understand the necessity of such strict moderating
> given the existence of the ig-news list, but i didn't mean to disobey it.
>
> if the alternate list is still around, could someone please send me the
> info privately?

here  it is - i thought i'd post it to the list and not private to you
deb, because others may want to join as well.  if others are interested
in continuing the topic or any other ig tangent, then join us on the
"other" ig list ......you can sign up at:

http://www.egroups.com/list/indigogirls

elaine

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hey folks,

here's the article sheryl mentioned...

-sherlyn


---begin article---

before k.d. lang, before jewel, there were two girls with guitars

updated 12:00 pm et april 13, 2000

by emily bliss
the daily princetonian
princeton u.

(u-wire) princeton, n.j. -- it was 1986. the bangles belted "manic
monday" from radios nationwide as yuppies cruised around cities in
their bmws, and phyllis schlafly told women to leave corporate
america to raise their children. meanwhile, the indigo girls, two
activist singer-songwriters in the tradition of bob dylan and joan
baez, cut their first single.

it might seem like indigo girls emily saliers and amy ray were
born at the wrong time: dylan and baez were lucky enough to emerge
as vibrant, liberal artists during an era ripe with political and
social unrest. the maturation of saliers and ray as musicians and
activists, however, coincided with the 1980s -- a time when the
chief concern of many young people was finding high-paying jobs
and social prestige.

but when saliers was asked in a recent interview if she ever
wished she were dylan's contemporary, she did not pause before
giving an emphatic no. "there is plenty to do here and now," she
said, referring to a wealth of current political and social causes
she and ray actively champion.

it is not difficult to figure out what issues the indigo girls
care about. in their past two albums' liner notes, they provide
the names and addresses of some of their favorite nonprofits. the
list includes progressive magazines, gay rights groups,
environmental campaigns and feminist organizations.

working on these causes means making benefit concerts a part of
their tour schedules and participating in diversity awareness
programs. for example, a few months ago the group played at the
university of connecticut as part of a gay-awareness program.
they also participated in a question-and-answer session at which
students could ask questions about homosexuality.

but at other appearances that are not part of diversity
programming, saliers and ray generally do not mention
homosexuality or feminism. "we don't use our show as a political
platform unless it's been specifically stated that it's a
benefit," ray said. "there's a different nature to it if there's
a political purpose."

both saliers and ray said, however, that being feminist lesbians
is so central to their identities that their lyrics inevitably
reflect that. "being a female and being gay inform everything i
do. it's part of me. it affects what i write," ray said.

since then, many have assumed wrongly that saliers and ray are a
butch-femme couple -- blond, artfully poetic saliers being the
femme, and raw, intense ray being the butch. but from the time
they met in junior high when saliers moved from connecticut to
ray's native georgia, they have been nothing but best friends.

since their first album, they have expanded their exclusively
folk-rock repertoire to include songs with a more electric,
rock-n-roll sound. but none of their albums -- not even any of
the earliest ones -- is a mere collection of songs that all
sound the same, because saliers and ray, who do not collaborate
on song lyrics, have such different artistic styles.

roughly half the songs on every album are saliers' poetic,
lyrical creations -- her hit, "closer to fine," is a
particularly fast-paced example of her work. the other half of
the songs are by ray, who wrote "shaming of the sun." her songs,
often laced with raw emotion, have a rock-n-roll energy.

their different styles also come through in performances. on
stage, ray jumps and dances as she executes chord progressions
while saliers' lively but controlled demeanor balances ray's
intensity.

the indigo girls have earned a reputation as an unusually
engaging live band because of their high energy level, and
because they bring their audiences -- no matter how far away
from georgia -- into a realm of southern hospitality. after
every song, one of them delivers their trademark, "thanks
y'all," with a hint of a southern accent. they tell quick,
funny stories in between songs. and pretty soon there is an
intimacy reminiscent of drinking sweet tea out on the porch.

their performance at princeton tomorrow is part of a college
tour to promote their newest album, "come on now, social."

"it's a really well-balanced record in terms of the styles of
the songs. you know, you have almost appalachian and then a
couple really rock-n-roll songs. and a couple ballads and some
celtic influence in there," said saliers, an articulate woman
who criticized herself the one time during the interview she
did not speak in free-flowing complete sentences.

ray, who seems more off-the-cuff and casual than saliers, said
their newest album is her favorite in seven years. the
acoustic parts are especially raw, she said, and the electric
parts are "a lot more rocking."

since their first full album in 1987, the music scene has
grown more open to women who are not like mariah carey, paula
abdul or britney spears. there has been, recently, a relative
explosion of girls with guitars: k.d. lang, melissa etheridge,
sarah mclachlan. while the indigo girls have been part of this
trend toward increased fame and success for female artists,
there is, according to saliers and ray, a limit to how far
they will go.

"there's just a lot of sexism in radio and in the mainstream
rock press and in the kind of press and the kind of radio that
you need to rise above a certain point that we're at. i think
it's really hard," ray said.
saliers said the discrimination stems from people seeing her
first as a gay artist and then as a female artist -- a double
disadvantage when those labels are employed in a derogatory
manner.

while ray said she does not mind being considered a gay,
female artist, problems arise when that label "becomes a
ghetto." sometimes, though, identifying herself as a gay,
female artist seems the right thing to do for the social good,
she said.

"i think to make the gay movement or the women's movement
strong, it's important to identify yourself and strengthen the
subculture," ray said. "but you don't call a writer a male
writer. i go back and forth on the question. i try to do the
thing that is going to help the most, but, ultimately, i get
tired of everything being derogatory."

she said she understands why gay performers do not come out,
though.

"they're afraid of being pigeonholed into certain roles," she
said. "they feel like they'll lose a lot."

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in a message dated 4/19/00 5:39:11 pm pacific daylight time,
sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

> abdul or britney spears. there has been, recently, a relative
>  explosion of girls with guitars: k.d. lang,
i have never seen kd lang holding a guitar, has anyone else here?

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well, it was news to them.  apparently the wonderful rita knew more about
their schedule than they did :)

she said they would do a show in central park around the 16th of june.  i'll
have to check my tape :) to make sure.  all i know is it is after the wolf
trap shows.  that's how i tell time nowadays... bc/ad  before wt, after wt

jude :)

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hi all
i just sent in my acceptance (and my money..sigh....) to vassar. anyone on
the list go there? i'd appreciate any ramblings/thoughts on the
college...opinions....suggestions......? via private email, i suppose would
be best.
thanks in advance
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<<is there a difference between obsessiveness being passionate?>>

depends on what you call  "obeessive"  or "passionate."  doesn't it?

peace

barb

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i don't know how much longer it will be up, but the daily princetonian also
has an mp3 interview with amy:

http://www.dailyprincetonian.com/audio/


jo

at 10:37 am 04/20/00 +1000, sherlyn koo wrote:
>hey folks,
>
>here's the article sheryl mentioned...
>
>-sherlyn

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hi,
im new to the list. my name is robert, im 28 years old and i live in
austria. glad to join you ! :-)

does anybody know why the title of amys song "johnny rotten" changed to
"johnny rottentale" lately ? ive seen this on all setlists on "lifeblood"
and i dont have a clue why that happened...???

talk to you soon

happy easter!

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hkf's,

06/22/00 apple valley, mn  music in the zoo
06/23/00 minneapolis, mn  tbd
06/29/00 milwaukee, wi  milwaukee summerfest

updated on the official site recently, plus they got rid of that erroneous
6/6 raleigh date and changed it to the correct 6/4 date.  and they added
central park, ny - but i already added that on my site since 2pm yesterday
after the interview.  that's about it.  let me know if you find any more
tour dates!!!

a+e=ig

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maybe it's because it's near easter and it's a sendoff of the american
children's easter song "peter cottontail".

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in a message dated 4/20/00 7:32:55 am central daylight time,
mcunningham@pbp1.com writes:

>06/29/00 milwaukee, wi  milwaukee summerfest

thanks for posting this.
since there's no way in uh, heck i'm going to get to see them at ravinia, and
i probably will be living in wisconsin by this time....this sounds great.
but, this is probably the same day as the chicago pride parade.
what's an indigo girls-lovin' gay girl to do??

i wonder if i could do both.....
(:
mel in chi

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hi there,

pardon my ignorance. i know it's at the back of my mind somewhere, but i
just cant put my finger on it. what town (goldrush town) is it that amy
mentiones in hey kind friend? what continent?

and another one...i have been wondering why back together again sounds like
a vintage vinyl. is this like an old live recording or intentionally made to
sound like one.

thanks

kate


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re: princeton article

well, leave it to me to state the obvious, but....

a butch-femme couple???

<snicker>
-mel

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here's the link. no ig info yet.

http://www.mnzoo.com/partners/mnzoo/concert.htm


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okay, okay - uncle already.

i'm getting lots and lots of emails, saying 'where's my bootleg?'  which i
understand.  i know lots of you sent them in january and it's now 3 months
later.  i received around 200 requests for early recordings (600 discs) plus
around 60 or so *each* for 9:30 (2 discs each) and montreal '94 (2 each) and
shades.  do that math.  all i've got is one cdwriter and a little spare
time.

i'm sorry i can't take time to look for everyone's contracts in the file
right now.  i have exams coming up, and i work full time.  it's like i tell
you guys in the beginning.  be patient, they could take a while.

almost all requests that were received prior to april went out last
thursday.  a few montreal '94 are left to finish up because i ran out of
ink.

please, please be patient.  if you don't have your discs yet, you'll have
them shortly, maybe even today.  if anyone is waiting on something from me
and doesn't have it back by mid-may, let me know then.  school will be out
and i will have way more time to devote to getting all your little cd
wallets full of ig bootlegs.  still to come: tampa radio broadcast (waiting
for the master), in with the out crowd, and nothing to hide (waiting for my
ass to get in gear and do the art masters).

do not email me to request a boot right now.  i'll post a new offer to the
list with all available boots as soon as school is out.

sorry for the tone of this post - i'm a little stressed out.

tara

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hey...

<<i have been wondering why back together again sounds like a
vintage vinyl. is this like an old live recording or
itentionally made to sound like one.>>

it was recorded 'live' to a domestic tape recorder in amy's
basement in 1981 (i think they used a proper mixer though)... i
guess that explains the sound (i always thought for what it was
it sounded great - i never got any of my home recordings to
sound that good).

neil
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know i'm late on this thread (been concentrating more on a support list i am
on) but i checked at it appears i am a wednesday's child which fits me to a
t.

ryan

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has anyone successfully reached the summerstage website for info? is it just overwhelmed with ig fans? i keep getting one of those 'socket' messages!

:( bren

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well, let  me see here......i've been thinking it over,
i  guess if truth be told i'm a wednesday  thru saturday's child.


peace

barb

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hey all,

the indigo girls (and the jayhawks) are going to be on the wxrt (93.1?)
'sunday night concert' show in chicago this sunday at 8:00 pm.  not sure
which concert they're airing...maybe it says on their website...www.wxrt.com

peace,
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<<so glad for once that she got to hear a little
harmony>>

yeah, usually at ig shows the audiences stick to the melodies.   i don't
know why that is.

unlike  a lot of other shows where  audiences seemed  more comfortable,
with singing the harmonies too,   i  used to attend  more  non
commercialised  and very small,  folk shows,
where  people participated more with their voices, than their bodies
(not that there's anything good or bad about dancing at a rock concert)
and the atmosphere was much more intimate.   ( we're talking
........mmmm........about  600 people or so.)

but anyways  the music was just great!   ( you can tell i'm reminiscing
here.)    i  sing at ig shows too, and i rock-out  along with the crowd.
but when i start to do  amy's part,  i seem to attract alittle attention
.   other times  i like to add  my own harmony  so that it can fit  my
vocal range.

peace.

barb

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i'm late on this thread, too, ryan.

turns out i'm a tuesday's child. *cool* :)

~robbin

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> is fair and wise, good and gay

just deleting some old stuff, and re-read this poem and wondered why,
when, how the word "gay", meaning happy, joyous,and merry - came to be
used in describing/labeling a homosexual person.

anyone know?

elaine

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hey all! i just had another random idea/ suggestion that i will just through
out there. ya know how our girls are enthusiastic and active activists for
various organizations? well, i dunno bout you guys but i sometimes feel very
overwhelmed w/ so many causes and so little resources and time that i have.
here are some things i have found that have helped me out in my strive to
help the world the very best that i can right now.  it may not seem like
much, but i believe it is!!

issue 1
there are many websites out there have ways to "donate" to a cause w/ out
spending a penny and its immediate. (please dont interpert this as being
cheap, as that is not what the intention is!!)these sites' donations are
paid for by the sponsors of the site. there are quite a few, so i have
found.

possible solution
go to thedailybargain.com. at the top of the website, click on "top
bargains." scroll down until you see the heading "click to donate sites"
(sumtin like that)...anyway, it lists four of em i think and just click on
each one and "donate." (hunger, aids, cancer, rainforests, and another one i
think.) its easier for me to go to one site first and access others from
that site. of course one could go to each site indiviually, but i have a
memory problem! :) from there each site will have a ton of info and i know
the rainforest site you can log in and track how many acres ya save and
"race" against others. all those sites have nifty things like that!

issue 2
vermonts ruling of recognizing same-sex-couples (wheeeewwww heeewwwww..good
ol jesse helms will never let nc see that day!!) being aknowledged
nationwide or w/ in certain states

possible solution
vote.com  i have seen someone mention that site on here. it is an awsome
site where you can vote on virtualy any issue thats up for debate right now!
talk about power!! they have the email, you vote, then it gets sent for you
right away to your senetor, govenor, or whichever branch of the govt that is
dealing w/ that issue. currently vermonts ruling being recognized outside of
vermont is a big issue! just log in so they can have your info and know
which district in which state your in so they send it to the correct
person!!

i think the girls are two of the most powerful and postivly influentialy
women in recent/ if not ever/ time! so many of us as, as we have seen, have
done our own activism or helped out as best we can! for me personally,
clickin a mouse once a day to feed someone or help the rainforests or voice
my opinion is simple, yet extraodinary! these are just some thoughts on ways
many can come together to change for the better and continued to be inspired
by our girls!! :) have a wonderful easter, or break if you dont celebrate
easter!! thanks for lettin me spew my ideas!!

cara

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i believe it always was johnny rottentale.  it was
called called johnny rotten for short maybe.  i don't
know who johnny rottentale is but he has something to
do with music.  i know this because he was in a
question on rock'n roll jeopardy the other day.  i
missed the whole question i just remember hearing
johnny rottentale and i was like "hey, that's amy's
song."  i'm sure somebody knows who he is.  anyways, i
hope that helps a little bit.

heather

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> im new to the list. my name is robert, im 28 years
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> austria. glad to join you ! :-)
>
> does anybody know why the title of amys song
> "johnny rotten" changed to
> "johnny rottentale" lately ? ive seen this on all
> setlists on "lifeblood"
> and i dont have a clue why that happened...???
>
> talk to you soon
>
> happy easter!
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i'm heading to san diego in june for a conference as was wondering:

1. are there any listees in sd?
2. i'm going to have some free time - what should i do?
3. anyone want to get together and hang out?
4. should i visit tijuana? i've never been to mexico and the conference is
offering an afternoon tour, although visions of librarians strolling
around with their baker and taylor bags might be enough to dissuade me.

respond to me and not the entire list, por favor.
thanks,
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elaine wrote:

<<just deleting some old stuff, and re-read this poem and wondered why,
when, how the word "gay", meaning happy, joyous,and merry - came to be used
in describing/labeling a homosexual person.

anyone know?>>

i can't remember off the top of my head, but judy grahn has an excellent
book called _another mother tongue: gay words, gay worlds_ that most
definitely has the info you're looking for. it's a must-read for anyone
interested in lesbian and gay culture. it's written in an easy to read style
and is well-researched. i highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to
discover the rich heritage and culture that lesbians and gays have weaved
over the centuries. it gave me a wonderful sense of pride in being a lesbian
when i read it years ago.

~robbin

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_another mother tongue: gay words, gay worlds_

i will have to second the sentiment.....my first lover, gave me this book and i have to say that i can not say how much it helped me learn, understand about myself, my life as a child and learn a new respect for those around me going thru the same thing........highly recommend this...sparkie

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i dunno...but...ummm..how bout...gay=happy, so, maybe us gays are really
"one big "happy" "family" :)~ happy easter / vacation to all!!

cara


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>date: thu, 20 apr 2000 20:05:15 gmt
>
>elaine wrote:
>
><<just deleting some old stuff, and re-read this poem and wondered why,
>when, how the word "gay", meaning happy, joyous,and merry - came to be used
>in describing/labeling a homosexual person.
>
>anyone know?>>
>
>i can't remember off the top of my head, but judy grahn has an excellent
>book called _another mother tongue: gay words, gay worlds_ that most
>definitely has the info you're looking for. it's a must-read for anyone
>interested in lesbian and gay culture. it's written in an easy to read
>style
>and is well-researched. i highly recommend this book for anyone wanting to
>discover the rich heritage and culture that lesbians and gays have weaved
>over the centuries. it gave me a wonderful sense of pride in being a
>lesbian
>when i read it years ago.
>
>~robbin
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i thought johnny rotten was the lead singer for the sex pistols.

heather rosenberg wrote:
>
> i believe it always was johnny rottentale.  it was
> called called johnny rotten for short maybe.  i don't
> know who johnny rottentale is but he has something to
> do with music.  i know this because he was in a
> question on rock'n roll jeopardy the other day.  i
> missed the whole question i just remember hearing
> johnny rottentale and i was like "hey, that's amy's
> song."  i'm sure somebody knows who he is.  anyways, i
> hope that helps a little bit.


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i don't remember if this was already posted. forgive the duplication if it
has been:

-bon

*******************

by nicholas copanas
  the new hampshire
  u. new hampshire

  (u-wire) durham, n.h. -- emily saliers and amy ray started playing
acoustic
  guitar together in ray's basement during high school.

  "the first time we hooked up was for a pta [parent teacher association]
talent show,"
  saliers said.

  four platinum records later, the indigo girls have come full circle,
foregoing their band
  and playing acoustically. the acoustic show will come to the whittemore
center on
  april 20.

  "it'll be mostly songs from the new record, but it's going to be done
acoustically, which
  will be good for fans who've only heard it on the album," saliers said.

  the indigo girls were forced to cancel their march tour of australia
after ray contracted
  apendicitis. during surgery to remove her appendix, doctors discovered a
cyst on one of
  her ovaries. ray was released from the hospital earlier this month after
two operations.
  despite ray's health, the indigo girls have no plans of canceling the
unh show.

  "amy's fine," sailers said. "she's recovered quickly and is ready to
go."

  the two will play from their latest album, "come on now
social," released last
  november. the album features several songs about social and political
injustice in the
  world.

  "the song 'trouble' talks about things that are upsetting me in the
world ? like storms
  wiping out whole villages, homophobia, and when the church takes a vote
and gays
  cannot be ordained," sailers said.

  one of the songs, "faye tucker" is a song about a woman in texas who
recently
  received the death penalty.

  song lyrics in "faye tucker" center on politicians and special interest
groups that used
  tucker to further their agendas.

  "well the minister wants you to live now/and the governor wants you to
fry/and
  whatever it was that you thought might occur/they got something else in
their minds."

  saliers said that ray wrote the song out of anger for the death penalty
and the
  hypocritical politics that surrounded tucker's execution.

  "the part [that] struck amy was all the different sides of people using
her as a pawn,
  whether they were pro-life or pro-death, and the fact that she was an
attractive white
  women and what that means," saliers said. "amy was looking at all the
groups that had
  her [faye tucker] in a tug of war as missing the point of humanity to
try not to be cruel."

  saliers said that there were a number of inspirations for the music in
"come on social"
  from homophobia to love.

  "it's a good mix," saliers said. "'andy,' is a love song, but there are
also some
  get-up-and-go songs like 'call to action,' which thanks the youth who
take a stand."

  saliers and ray currently fight for a number of liberal issues,
including gun control, gay
  rights and the environment.

  "i think the gun control issue is insane," saliers said. "we've done a
lot with honor the
  earth ? a group that was started to help indigenous peoples," saliers
said. "honor the
  earth raises money for grassroots efforts that try to maintain
indigenous cultures by doing
  things like fighting corporations or growing food using traditional
methods."

  the two have traveled the world promoting human rights. in 1997, for
example, saliers
  and ray visited havannah, cuba, on a songwriters' exchange, to promote
dialogue
  between the united states and cuba.

  in cuba, the indigo girls played music with several local
musicians. saliers said that she
  was shocked by what the american economic blockade has done to cuba.

  "it was like time had stopped in the fifties," saliers said.

  their most memorable trip was to violence-torn northern ireland.

  "we toured in belfast, and we played in the most bombed hotel in
northern ireland,"
  saliers said. "there were soldiers everywhere ? it was just crazy."

  the indigo girls played in several local hotels and bars, and were
overwhelmed by the
  positive response to their music.

  "and those people, their response to music was like nothing i've ever
seen," saliers said.
  "everyone just sang their hearts out. it was unbelievable."

  for over a decade, saliers and ray have used their fame to fight for the
rights of
  indigenous peoples.

  three years ago, the indigo girls visited the zapatista movement in
chiapas, mexico.
  the zapatistas, a group primarily composed of mayans, rebelled against
the mexican
  government in 1995 because of alleged human rights abuses.

  "the zapatista movement is an armed move, but it also involved the
mayans and
  indigenous people in villages who are just struggling to exist under an
oppressive
  regime," saliers said. "it is movement for social and political rights
to work land,
  preserve their culture and have a voice in the government."

  saliers and ray hoped that their visit would encourage the zapatistas in
their fight
  against the single party system, human rights abuses and the
exploitation of their land by
  the mexican government and multinational corporations

  "so much has happened to indigenous encroachment on their culture
? mostly by
  profiteering companies," saliers said. "we went down there to let them
know that they
  are not forgotten. it was a very powerful experience."

  saliers said that she hopes for greater plurality within the
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u.s. government, as well.

  "i'm kind of a green party girl myself," saliers said. "i don't think
that there should be
  only two politically parties, so i tend to support third party
candidates."

  although she supports green party candidate ralph nader, saliers said
that she hopes
  that at the very least, vice president al gore defeats texas governor
george w. bush
  because gore is less conservative on social issues, such as gay rights.

  "obviously i'd rather have al gore in office than any of the republican
candidates,"
  saliers said. "i think his policies on gays are respectable but not
overly progressive."

  saliers and ray have also been active on abortion rights issues. on
thursday, april 13,
  the indigo girls attended a pro-choice benefit at sarah lawrence
college.

  "we're basically your super-liberals," saliers said.

  the greatest change for the indigo girls will come next year, when their
10-year contract
  with sony music ends, saliers said. saliers and ray said that they have
no set plans for
  after the contract ends, but they will continue making music and
fighting for human rights.

  "we'll continue to do our activism work," saliers said. "amy's doing a
solo album, and
  i'll probably do one too."

  the indigo girls were originally inspired by many post-punk and black
artists.

  "joni mitchell has been the biggest direct influence on my
songwriting," saliers said.
  "public enemy, queen latifa, stevie wonder and etta james have also been
big
  influences on my music. amy was inspired by neil young and the whole
post punk
  movement ? bands like the clash and patti smith."

  in 1985, while attending emory college as english majors, saliers and
ray began
  playing regularly as "the indigo girls." their first album, "crazy
game," debuted one
  year later.

  although their contract with sony will end in one year, the duo have no
intentions of
  splitting up.

  "we're going on 28 years, and it's still great," saliers said.

  (c) 2000 the new hampshire via u-wire

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thanks to everyone interested in my original offer of my analog indigo girls
tapes.  i knew i had more shows, but it was just a matter of locating them,
they still hadn't been unpacked from my cross country move last summer.

this time i would like to offer these tapes to somebody who reads the list
through digest form, as the digest people didn't get  a chance at my last
offering.  please forward my a copy of the digest containing this email (or
at least the header).

for those who didn't see my last offering, i am making the jump from analog
bootlegs to digital (not dat, just cdr's) and i am offering my collection of
indigo girls bootlegs for $2 per tape plus $5 to ship them.  i am selling
them as a collection, i don't want to split them up.

study hall, shamrock high school, decatur, ga, 11/81, xl ii 60 minutes -
with 4/10/89
chapel hill, nc, 11/13/87, aud, a- quality, xl ii 90 minutes
madison square garden, nyc, 4/10/89, a- quality, xl ii 60, opening for rem -
with michael stipe on kid fears - w/ study hall tape
university of wisconsin, 7/21/89, fm, a- quality, xl ii 90 minutes
john m. green hall, smith college, northampton, ma 12/8/90, aud, 2nd
generation, xl ii 90 minutes
auzten stadium, eugene, or, 8/21/93, a quality, aud dat->analog 2nd
generation, xl iis 100 minutes - side a - opening for grateful dead
auzten stadium, eugene, or, 8/22/93, a quality, aud dat->analog 2nd
generation, xl iis 100 minutes - side a - opening for grateful dead
kiefer lakefront arena, new orleans, la, 5/4/96, aud, a- quality, xl ii 90
minutes, new orleans jazz festival,
hampton beach casino, hampton beach nh, 8/12/96, a- quality, xl ii 100
minutes, w/ michelle malone
bumpershoots, seattle, wa, 8/31/96, aud, a- quality, xl ii 90 minutes
kmtt seattle, wa, 4/3/97, real audio source, b+ quality, xl ii 90 minutes
whitemore center, durham, nh, 4/12/97, aud, b+ quality, tdk cding 110
minutes
wolf trap farm, fairfax, va, 5/28/97, aud, xl ii 100, a- quality
harborlights, boston, ma 7/11/98, aud, dat->analog first generation, xl ii
90 minutes, a- quality


there are a total of 12 tapes, @ $2 each plus $5 for shipping should bring a
grand total of:  $29

if you are interested in other artists, email and i can send you my list.  i
am getting rid of hundreds of bootlegs, including rem, grateful dead, jimmy
buffett, pearl jam, neil young, bruce hornsby, allman brothers, pink floyd,
plus others.  some deal, $2 per tape.

thanks,

mike

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hi there ya'll i am trying to tell a friend of mine how to subscribe to this list.  i can't remember.  can someone please email me and tell me how to subscribe.  thanks

carla :o)

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in a message dated 4/20/00 1:46:14 pm pacific daylight time,
mcgee@oregontrail.net writes:

> i thought johnny rotten was the lead singer for the sex pistols.
you are correct. his real name is john lydon.

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>from:    vesper evensong <indigyrlieman@aol.com>
>subject: re: princeton article
>
>in a message dated 4/19/00 5:39:11 pm pacific daylight time,
>sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:
>
> > abdul or britney spears. there has been, recently, a relative
> >  explosion of girls with guitars: k.d. lang,
>i have never seen kd lang holding a guitar, has anyone else here?

sure, quite a bit back when she was singing country.  it looked really
*tiny* up against the big-boned gal. :-)

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i  was emailing with a kind friend from the list privately about this issue,
and just thought i would share...i have a great pic of kd walking in the
rain carrying a guitar case...she looks fantastic in the pic...
peace and love,
            carrie
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i was wondering....
does anyone have any good recent acoustic stuff all nice and mastered...or
at least all nice and stuff?
i had enough support for the idea i think, so.....

aaaand, on the political front (to you folks from the usa....)
go to this site:
http://www.i-charity.net/sw.cgi/ptn/sign/39

sign the petition.  its to allow third party candidates to speak in the
presidential debates.  end the republican/democrat monopoly!  even if you
yourself support r or d, help the underdogs!  help w/ choice!

plus, emily said in one of the recent interviews that shes a green and
so...you'd be helping the candidates she supports!
so theres igc!
yeah

carol


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hkf's,

fyi:  here's what is just recently on the news section of the official site
- some old news & some new stuff.  happy, happy.

amy and emily honored
indigo girls are being honored at the ngltf event "honoring our allies" on
april 29th; however amy and emily will not be present to accept their award
since they will be playing at the center city fest in charlotte, nc. ngltf
will screen a video of amy and emily accepting the award, which was filmed
last month in virginia.

a sunday of activism...
last weekend, amy and emily participated in a sunday of activism in
washington, dc. they appeared at the imf/world bank rally behind the white
house and played "hammer and nail" and "go" to thousands of activists and
onlookers. amy and emily then joined in the march to lend their support to
the movement for reform and accountability within these two international
lending institutions. to learn more about the international monetary fund
and the world bank and why tens of thousands of people protested their
meetings last weekend, visit mobilization for global justice.

that evening, indigo girls played a benefit for choice usa at american
university. choice usa is a national non-profit mobilizing young people
around issues of pro-choice and reproductive freedom. for more information
on choice usa, visit choiceusa.org.

kfog benefit concert
indigo girls will play a benefit concert in july (date tbd) in san
francisco to benefit the asian pacific environmental network. this benefit
is hosted by kfpg radio/san francisco and tickets to this intimate,
50-person performance are being auctioned for earth day on kfog's site.
please contact kfog with any questions you may have.

myrtle beach show cancelled
myrtle beach show at house of blues on april 28, 2000 has been cancelled in
solidarity with the naacp and the tourism boycott of south carolina in an
effort to remove confederate flag symbolism from the s.c. capitol. for more
information on the boycott, visit www.scnaacp.org.

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that was a pretty good article.  but can anyone tell me where on cons the
song "call to action" is?

  "it's a good mix," saliers said. "'andy,' is a love song, but there are
also some
  get-up-and-go songs like 'call to action,' which thanks the youth who
take a stand."

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i am sure that they are talking about "go", but i could be wrong....meg

> that was a pretty good article.  but can anyone tell me where on cons the
> song "call to action" is?
>
>
>
>   "it's a good mix," saliers said. "'andy,' is a love song, but there are
> also some
>   get-up-and-go songs like 'call to action,' which thanks the youth who
> take a stand."
>

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in the interest of remaining a good boot queen :-) i am considering
buying a cd burner.  i can't decided whether to get a plain ol' cd
burner or a cdr for my computer.  can anyone give me the pros and cons?
thanks!


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can anyone tell me about the song "world falls"...i mean, i think i get it but can anyone offer some more insight?
also, the song "welcome me"...does anyone know about this one?

just wondering. i have been playing them a lot on my guitar and thinking more about what they might mean.
michelle
cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com> wrote:
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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
>
> >from: jean moses <sneakyjean@yahoo.com>
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> >date: fri, 14 apr 2000 10:19:50 -0700
> >
> >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, 21 apr 2000 11:00:25 edt
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in a message dated 4/21/00 8:43:58 am eastern daylight time,
mcm5h@cms.mail.virginia.edu writes:

> i am sure that they are talking about "go", but i could be wrong

yes i have heard them "refer" to that song as a call to action but not as a
title.

sandy

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sheryl jones wrote:
>
> in the interest of remaining a good boot queen :-) i am considering
> buying a cd burner.  i can't decided whether to get a plain ol' cd
> burner or a cdr for my computer.  can anyone give me the pros and cons?
> thanks!

well i'm guessing that what you're asking here is, should you get a
cd-r, or a cd-rw, because a "cd burner" _is_ a cd-r.

the advantage of having a cd-rw is that you can use re-writable cds to
do things like archive files for your computer, etc.  now, before you
get all excited and start thinking that you can make re-writable cds
that you can play in your home or car stereo for a while and then re-do,
you can't.  it's a different format, and it won't work.  the cds that
you burn for use in a stereo are cd-r disks, they can only be written
once, and that's it.

now, a cd-rw drive will be a little more expensive than just a cd-r, but
not a lot.  cd-rw blanks (the re-writable ones) are a lot more expensive
than just cd-r blanks... however, you only need one or two cd-rw blanks,
since you can use 'em over and over for your computer files...

i have a cd-rw drive... and i've only used the re-writable part of the
thing once or twice.  so, price 'em out, and make up your mind.  i tend
to prefer having the maximum flexibility for my buck, so i'd recommend
doing with the rw drive.

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at 09:41 am 4/21/2000 -0700, graham ames wrote:
>now, a cd-rw drive will be a little more expensive than just a cd-r, but
>not a lot.  cd-rw blanks (the re-writable ones) are a lot more expensive
>than just cd-r blanks... however, you only need one or two cd-rw blanks,
>since you can use 'em over and over for your computer files...

actually, having purchased a cd-burner a couple months ago (cd-rw), i can
tell you that it's very difficult to find just cd-r drives on the market
any more... almost everything is out there is rewritable... and the drives
you can find that are just cd-r are actually often *more* expensive than
rw's, for that reason...

as far as the best drives out there... i have a friend who spends like all
his spare time researching these things... he recommends plextor... they
have an incredibly low instance of  defective drives, and are pretty much
coaster-proof (as in you can't burn a defective disk, even if you try...)

shannon

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i am in the process of graduating college and moving, so i've decided to
sell some boots & cd's that i don't really listen to anymore.  i'd prefer
to sell everything in category clumps (i.e. sell the videos together, the
tapes together, the cd's together, etc.), but if there's not much interest,
i'll sell them all separately.  everything is first come, first served.

i arranged prices to cover how much i spent on the tapes in the first place
minus wear & tear plus shipping.  all prices include shipping and are
explained in more detail under each heading.  the ig tapes are $99, the ig
videos are $17, the ig cd's are $51, the dar tapes are $13, & the rent
tapes are $3.  i've been screwed over by people way too many times, so if
we agree to make the sale, you will mail me a check first.  when i get the
check, i will mail you theboots/cd's.  alternately, for the dar or rent
boots, you can mail me an equal number of blank tapes and money for
shipping instead of cash.  if you have questions about quality, setlists,
etc., e-mail me.  if you object to me selling this stuff, e-mail me privately.

videos:
($7/each + $3/shipping=$17)
emily and friends in decatur, ga, 8/4/96 (the famous show where amy's plane
was late, so she didn't show up) / rock for aids 2, 8/18/96
west palm beach, 5/8/91

tapes:
(47 tapes at $2/each + $5/shipping=$99)
newport folk fest '96
hampton beach casino, hampton beach, nh, 8/12/96 (tape 1)
hampton beach casino, hampton beach, nh, 8/12/96 w/ michelle malone (tape 2)
color me grey, '82
emily in decatur, 8/4/96 / emily at rock for aids 2
las cruces indigo, 8/24/96
shades of indigo, '90 / power of two ep
new orleans jazz fest, 5/2/96
the dugout, decatur, ga, '8?
blood and fire, eugene & denver, '90 & '93
champoeg, or, 7/9/97 w/ michelle malone (tape 1)
champoeg, or, 7/9/97 (tape 2)
eugene, or, 4/4/97
chastain park, atlanta, ga, 5/23/97
wake forest, 10/20/97
honor the earth, la, ca, 10/17/96 / club r&r / austin city limits
santa fe, nm, 8/25/96
gaillard auditorium, charleston, sc, 2/7/95 (tape 1)
gaillard auditorium, charleston, sc, 2/7/95 (tape 2)
bumbershoot '96
honor the earth, winnipeg, '94
pelham, al, 10/17/97 (soundcheck)
white dot, atlanta, ga, 3/16/87
american university, 4/20/97
wolf trap farm, vienna, va, 5/28/97
wolf trap farm, vienna, va, 5/29/97
great woods, 6/6/97 (tape 1)
great woods, 6/6/97 (tape 2) / boston pride, 6/7/97
world cafe, 8/96
decatur sqaure, ga, 5/9/87
university of new hampshire, 4/12/97
honor the earth cd release party, la, ca, 10/17/96
uvm indigo, 10/29/97
duke university, 10/27/89
honor the earth, minneapolis, mn, 9/20/96
wrek, atlanta interview, 5/17/88
history of us
compilation tape (various ig covers)
the b-band: tuesday's children
amy at singer/songwriter showcase / chapel hill, 10/89
these songs revised: it feels so funny to be pre
modern rock live, 8/23/94 / mrl 2/21/94 / wrfb / whfs, 11/23/92
early recordings
uptown girls
cover me grey
indicated volume 2
indicated volume 3

ig cd's:
($48 + 3/shipping=$51)
4.5 (uk import) $20
shed your skin ep (blue cover) $10
target starter kit $10
peace tonight single (radio promo digi-pak) $5
least complicated single $3

dar williams tapes:
($2/each + $3/shipping=$13)
cheney hall, 11/31/98 w/ richard shindell (tape 1)
cheney hall, 11/31/98 w/ richard shindell (tape 2)
wesleyan cfa, 12/8/96
live at the backstage, 5/3/95
iron horse music hall, northampton, ma, 1/2/97

rent tapes ($1/each + $1/shipping=$3):
demo recording (taped before it went on broadway) (tape 1)
demo recording (tape 2)

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i thought this might interest some of ya'll. i found it on the daemon site. might change some minds about what ig is doing in south carolina...or not doing i should say.

michelle

" posted by southern girl on april 21, 2000 at 11:27:02:

the flag has a whole history. a history some honor and some are ashamed of. it would take me a few days to explain everything here. so i won't do all that. but i will point out some things. i mastered in history. and i think it's important to clarify that the civil war was not fought over slavery. it was still legal everywhere until mid-way thru the war. it was fought because southerners were being taxed unfairly in proportion to what the northerners were being taxed. it was fought mainly over unfair taxation. of course, other elements got thrown in. but what you have to remember is that during war time there is a lot of propoganda that gets thrown around. unfortunately, we'll have to admit that northerners were not the good force fighting for the freedom of blacks. it wasn't that pure and that simple. the confederate flag was created to distinguish it from the american flag on the battlefield - so soldiers would not get confused as to what group of people they belonged with. !
it was created by southerners who were fighting for themselves, for honesty. one mustn't forget that slavery was legalized by the u.s. government and that it stopped being used so much up north in the mid 1800s because the industrial revolution came and northerners realized they could hire immigrants and poor workers and pay them next to nothing for cheaper than providing a place for them to live, clothing, and meals. we've all seen those movie images of poor workers up north wearing next to nothing, etc. for them, it was cheaper to hire out poor workers and pay them wages like a third world country does today. the flag was created with good intentions. not for evil intentions. true, some radical, hateful, and racist groups have attached themselves and their groups to it. but that is not the basic foundational meaning of that flag. i will have to say that i am highly disappointed in the ig for joining this ignorant boycott against sc. sc is not flying it to advocate kkk and na!
zism. they are flying it because they seem to be the last thread of what is left of the original honoring of our southern ancestors - our great-great grandfathers who fought and died and suffered for a cause they believed in. southerners being ashamed of their own heritage - one that isn't any more twisted than the northern history is a disappointment to the southern culture. "

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world falls. i have said it more then twice. it is my favorite indigo girls
song, and my second favorite song in the history of the world (the first
being fuge in g minor by j.s. bach)

this is what i get out of world falls, keeping in mind that it is an amy song
and she does have a tendensey to string beautiful and powerfull words
together telling a story that, really, only she and people she told know.
emilly writes in a way that you can annalize her words with out a back stroy
(which is pretty much my explaination of welcome me. i've never really gotten
the grasp of it)

world falls


i'm coming home, with a stone, straped onto my back
i'm coming home, with a burning hope, turing all my blues to black

i love to sing this part but i'm not 100% on the meaning. for the most part,
she mentiones the weight of the world on her back. she's returning to home,
or her self. the blues are the sadness the black is the neutral. same as
being in the red or black with money.

i look for a sacred hand to carve into this stong
ghost of comfort, angels breath, to keep this life inside my chest

amy is asking for or calling on devine intervention, or her own spritulalty.
a metaphorical stong cutter to releive the weight of that stone strapped onto
her back.

this world falls on me with hopes of immortality.
everywhere i turn all the beauty just keeps shaking me.

it's the whole idea of living for ever. a little back story here. amy has
said (paraphrased) "i don't fear death, i fear the moment you die. that split
second when your life leaves you. that freeks me out"
so so far we have a heavy rock and the weight of the world falling on her,
she wishes she can live for ever in this beautiful earth. the beauty keeps
shaking her. i see that has a good shake, a weak in the knees, awe struck
shake.


i woke up in the middle of a dream, scared the world was too much for me.
sejarez said, "don't let go, just plant the seeds and watch them grow."

i see night mares in the first line. the theme here is trouble times and
sprituality helping you through then. i have no clue who sejarez is but
planting seeds. literaly, it can be plants and trees that keep you a part of
the existing, liveing changing world. it also can be looked at like emilys
line in hammer and nail; "...got to tend the earth if you want a rose".
either way, its all about not worrying, there is a world out there. it's ok
to be troubled, now go live.

i've slept in rainy canyon lands, cold drenced to my skin,
i always wake to find a face to calm these troubled lands.

sleeping in the canyons, under the sky, in the rain. cool. how hippie! but
she has spent a miserable night in the cold damp of a canyon. and a canyon
you know is a hole. to look at this line as a metaphore, it's a low point. no
protection, cold and alone.
waking to find a face to calm these troubled lands. i get the chills each
time i hear that. not only are the harmoinies angelic, the imagery is devine.
amy awakens from a bad sleep, to see a "land calming face". she's talking
about seeing the face of god.

running-end-earth-swimming-edge-sea-laughing-under-starry sky
this world was meant for me.
don't bury me, carry me.

this is such a great part of the song. her mood changes. she finds her self,
she decieds to live! after her meeting with god she's running and swimming
laughting at and emcompansing with the world that she now feels a part of,
this world is ment for me!!!
don't bury me, it's not time for me to die, but please, be with me, i can't
do it alone, carry me


i wish i was a nomad, and indian, or a saint.
the edge of death would disappear, leave me nothing left to taint.

as different as the girls are from each other, they are so much the same. in
loves recovery emily askes "i wish i were a trinity......"
i love that. thats what this is all about. all of us wanting that second
chance, that imortality.

i wish i was a nomad, an indian, or a saint.
give me walking shoes, feathered arms, and a key to heaven's gate.

to end it. amy envisions her assent into heaven. imorality, if not had on
earth can be had in heaven.

world falls. it's my favorite song.

thanks for asking

joe
brooklyn, ny

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"this is a song i wrote after...travelling around the country and
camping.....and being in many different situations...and....uh......
it's about that."  (laughter)

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all of the dar tapes, ig tapes, ig videos, & ig cd's have been sold.  the
rent tapes are still available.

andi
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joe agueci wrote:

> i woke up in the middle of a dream, scared the world was too much for me.
> sejarez said, "don't let go, just plant the seeds and watch them grow."
>
> i have no clue who sejarez is but
> planting seeds.

i heard or read someplace that sejarez is this name that amy was calling
out in her sleep one night.  she's not sure of the origin of it, either.
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subject:      shades of indigo cd
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i am finally updating my cdr database....hopefully it will be online in a few
days.

i cannot find any information about a cd i have called "shades of indigo".
specifically i am looking for dates, venues, etc.

any help would certainly be appreciated.

--mike

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 13:51:06 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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from:         cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
subject:      nigc/ me tix
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hello all! can you believe im at werk and i have off? had to take my gf to
the airport (shes goin home to erie pa for easter weekend)and i werk 2
lights down from the airport so i wanted to check my email! anway, i
appologize for this nigc, but if anyone lives in the raleigh/durham/chapel
hill area, or nc in general, or wherever, and wants to buy 2 tix to the big
shindig in raleigh, nc on may 20 w/ melissa etheridge and like 4 or 5 other
bands, please email me!! i bought tix and really want to go, but im gonna be
in cali that day and so my gf and i decided just to see if anyone wanted
them from us! its one of those all day festivals starting at 1pm and if you
want more info you can click on this website. (me, tonic, train, edwin
mcain, veritcle horizon on main stage and others on  the side stage) anway,
please email me if anyone is interested! if anyone does want to buy these
tix and goes, please promise to not tell me how wonderful me was!!the seats
are in section 8, row g, seats 7 & 8 . thanks and again im sorry for the
nigc post! have a wonderful weekend!
cara

http://www.walnutcreek.com/eventdetail.cfm?eventid=200004051054004
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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 17:06:43 edt
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date: fri, 21 apr 2000 17:03:21 edt
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i have to say that i could care less what the origin of the confederate flag was.  i mean, not in general terms, because all information is valuable, but it has little if any bearing on the current controversy.  the fact, of the matter is that today, april 2000, the confederate flag does symbolize racism and prejudice to many people.  whether that's the intention or not is entirely beside the point.  a swastika was originally a sanskrit symbol for peace or some such vaguely pleasant association, but that sure isn't how i read it when someone uses it now.  the point is that continuing to fly the flag flies in the face of many people in south carolina and elsewhere.  the indigo girls have made a decision to honor the boycott based on how they feel.  we must do the same, but it really peeves me when someone tries to claim that today's decisions should be made based on what something meant 150 years ago!

alison

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 16:08:43 pdt
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i dont know if this will work, and this is random...but if you click on this
link (if you can) it should bring you to the hob ig chat from 12/99. on
their email list and one of the free pair of tix you could win was from ig
(the one i tried for was already ended). anyway, most of you prolly already
seen this, but i just found it while i was on their web site lookin to see
what hob (house of blues) had on ig ! if this doesnt work, just go to house
of blues and click on interviews. then type in indigo girls in the search
box and it should bring this up for ya! i didnt think i was alloud to copy
and paste the whole interview on this post cuz of the rules!! hope this
works! have a wonderful weekend everyone!!

cara

http://216.32.180.250/cgi-bin/linkrd?_lang=&lah=cd31987861ffff54a643367232cf3f40&lat=956357324&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fwww%2ehob%2ecom%2flive%2fartistinterviews%2f
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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 19:38:24 edt
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subject:      re: too much indigo?
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    hey, what's up? by the way, i need to clarify something... in my post
when i said she called me "wicked" over-obsessed, i meant "wicked" as an
adjective to use in place as "really" or "extremely". i am a new englander
and here "wicked" describes everything. it's really our favorite adjective...
but then again i have no idea where you're from and that's just another one
of those quirky things people do from different parts of the country.
anyways... back to your message... my indigos haven't gotten in the way of
school, work, dance, friends, relationships, etc. i just know a lot about
them and am a huge fan.
    and actually i have found more inner strength through the indigo girls'
music... before i started listening to them i was someone who felt pretty
much alone in this world. i didn't know how to draw inner strength. through
listening to the indigo girls' music i have found that innser strength that i
need, and their music is always a place of inspiration and comfort to me. am
i obsessed? yes. i am. but in a way, the indigo girls' music has almost saved
me.
peace,
~alyssa

in a message dated 4/20/00 2:53:34 am eastern daylight time,
barbarafrommn@webtv.net writes:

<< can there be too much indigo?  mmmmmmph?
sometimes..........it depends on if  your obsession  with ig gets in the
way of relationships, work, other activities, regularly.
otherwise,  i  don't see too much problem.

i do wonder myself though.......this lst is  so much fun......and if i
see a lot of interesting emails   during the day  it's easy to get so
caught up with responding...and before you
know it  you've been o-line for three hours,  which could have been
spent out in the community  with a friend,o on some project that
benefits the society.........yeah  that's
a good question!!! mph!  i love  this one!!!!

i  think mybe your ex-friend my ave been trying to get your
goat.......spending time on a hobbie
(ig)  is  "wicked?"  i don't understand the logic
there.......unless  your friend   is one of the  conservative christian
religious types that look down  on  people (lie ig)  because  they
don't
fit their brand of christianity.

i  think it's okay to obsess  to a certain degree.
it's true that  people have role models,  but  i
also wonder what it's like to get  the strength you need to go on,  from
within yourself.
can  a person get that same innerstrength they

need,  and be obsessed  with someone?

interesting.


peace

barb >>

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