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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 22:12:22 edt
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ok i know you all talk about her all of the time but i had never heard her
music.  i mentioned this to my roomate who played her for me.  i must say.. i
like her a lot.  she is good for a mellow evening of just chillin (or in my
case writing a statistics paper).  i don't know why i felt the need to share
this with you all..but i thought i should.  :o)

carla :o)

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 21:00:38 -0400
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>by emily bliss
>the daily princetonian
>princeton u.
>
>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."

hmmm... it seems that even amy herself would concider the stealth
pro-choice show at au wrong...

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 23:22:39 edt
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as a columbia, sc resident--i am tired of hearing of the flag.

bottom line in my opinion is that it hurts many people--and, i am proud of
the girls for joining in on the boycott.

now, i really do wish the children in the statehouse would quit arguing (both
sides)--settle the issue and get onto other subjects.

i worked for a tv news station--i've heard and seen every side.  i would say
to our state--take it down, lift the boycott--and, please start treating us
all like human beings.

then again--that may be asking too much of sc....i hope not.

ctofine

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 23:18:32 -0500
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deb writes " hmmm ....it seems that amy herself would concider the
stealth pro-choice show  wrong."

well, i don't  know, the girls do say that if the show is going to be
political they advertise it as
a benefit, but then  their music is so poliical, you  cannot go to an ig
show  without  getting politics.

peace

barb

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2000 13:25:11 -0000
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i just saw the movie this weekend with mom and i felt it was so emotional.
they have a documentary now out on it at blockbusters. me and mom haven't
rented it yet to watch. missy
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> i was just wondering who else on the list feels as if this is the most
> intense movie they have ever seen.  i saw it when i was visiting my g/f in
> nyc and it really got to me.  i don't think i've ever felt as much as i
did
> in this movie.  it was a very well-made, directed, and acted movie.  those
> actors and actresses all could have been the real people.  this movie is
so
> deserving of oscars all over the place.  if anyone is lucky enough to see
it,
> i strongly suggest it.
>
> i live in alabama and it's coming here later this month!  so, if it's
coming
> to alabama, everyone else all over the country should be able to see it,
too!
>  lol!
>
> amanda
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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 01:28:51 edt
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wasn't "sejarez" the name of a philosopher amy 'met' in a dream?  maybe it
was a reoccurring dream?  i bet it's in the faq.

i absolutely love that song too.  music is very crisp and clear, imagery is
superb.
i always loved that amy put the name of a character from one of her dreams in
the song.

-mel

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 02:10:46 -0400
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boys don't cry was released on home video this past tuesday - i've watched
it twice on video and once in the theater - there have been other films that
have affected me to a similar degree, but none that has ever left me feeling
quite so hollow in its wake...

i found this news article posted on the rose p list which sheds an even
darker shadow on the whole sad story.....

entertainment today: from hollywood to broadway, what's happening in show
  biz, from upi

    mother of murder victim angry at oscar winner
    the mother of teena brandon -- the young woman whose story was the
  inspiration for hilary swank's oscar-winning role in the movie "boys don't
  cry" -- says she's upset that the actress thanked her murdered daughter in
  her acceptance speech at the academy awards.
    joann brandon is quoted as saying, "she should not stand up there and
  thank my child. i get tired of people taking credit for what they don't
  know." she also criticized the film for failing to tell the story of how
  teena was sexually molested by a man when she was a girl -- an incident,
  joann brandon says, that led to her daughter's decision to dress and live
  like a man "so no other man could touch her."

so unbearably sad...
tim

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from: melissa s singhaus <idjlamb24@prodigy.net>

> i just saw the movie this weekend with mom and i felt it was so emotional.
> they have a documentary now out on it at blockbusters. me and mom haven't
> rented it yet to watch. missy

> ----- original message -----
> from: <abbett@aol.com>
>
> > i was just wondering who else on the list feels as if this is the most
> > intense movie they have ever seen.

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 06:11:46 pdt
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well i was just thinking about the girls and politics and theres kind a
catch to it ....most of the songs they write and perform are political but
done in a way that it is how they feel .....most of there songs are feelins
they have had on issues so its like two sides of a coin ...you could take
them as their activism in a way or you could connect with the emotion and
feelings in songs, or you can take them as both ..... but i think they
rarely right a song with political issues just to write one .... (jess cant
picture emily sittin at home where her new piano must be, yes the one she
will be auctioning off in 20 years, and deciding hmm i will right a song
about elian gonzalez and another one about the national deficit)
i think when you write a song they way they do its like therapeutic .. you
have issues that bother you and you write a song about them and low and
behold eventually you are putting them on setlists becasue the audiences
like them and identify with issues you have had on some level ...you know
they tottaly dont understand your feelings but feel their own way about a
song.

i dunno i guess im babbling without coffe this morning...scarey
well take yall
-jess

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 06:32:15 -0700
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on fri, 21 apr 2000 14:48:22 -0400, mauseee76@cs.com wrote:

>  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:
i agree that the intent of the flag was not about subjugating blacks, and it
is a part of the history, but i think that's why it should be flown over the
memorial.  in modern culture it has started to stand for a racist idea.  for
that reason it shouldn't be flown over the state house.  but  i think
sometimes people really do need to look a little deeper at motives, i know
i'm guilty of that myself

anyways, that's my .02
denise
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place'"--vw--es
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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 07:16:30 -0700
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i've been at gf's house the past two nights and away from my puter.  but i
just wanted to say that i thought the show was awesome.  both gf and i were
singing at the top of our lungs and neither of us could hear either of us.
mrs. fun was okay.  lyrics-need improvement, keyboard-
hmmm....interesting...., drummer-awesome!  they played love's recovery which
is gf's favirote song.  we hugged and sang and it was great.  great song.
we brought the picture of the man jumping off the giant jesus (personal sig,
no connection to ig)( rio, earlier this year.) it was our mascot and we got
sulli to sign it.  she was like, you sure i'm the one you want to sign it?
we were like yeah!  you have the awesomest job in the world.  anyways, it
was lots of fun.
could someone please email me a setlist.
thanx
denise


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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 11:17:18 -0400
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nbc4 has reported that ig will be performing at the earth day celebration
on the mall today!  the rally is from 12-4.

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 11:35:35 -0400
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at 12:18 am 4/22/00 , barbara bordner wrote:
>  deb writes " hmmm ....it seems that amy herself would concider the
>stealth pro-choice show  wrong."
>
>well, i don't  know, the girls do say that if the show is going to be
>political they advertise it as
>a benefit, but then  their music is so poliical, you  cannot go to an ig
>show  without  getting politics.

as i've said before, this is very different from a benefit for a particular
cause (complete with speakers).  i'm not saying ig should be politically
neutral (hell no!), just that *benefits* should be distinguished from
concerts.  and i was gratified to see that even amy recognizes the
difference, though it makes me wonder what happened at au.

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 11:39:42 -0400
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the earth day rally in dc will be televised on cspan starting at noon
est.  it will be rebroadcast at 8pm est.

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 11:49:07 -0400
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i just got back from colby - emily mentioned they are playing around 3- 330
ish..last night during the show - it is being webcasted/ broadcast on
c-span...

however - there was a freak blizzard in maine (colby is an hour from my
apartment and probably the closest show i've seen in 2 years and *i* stayed
at a hotel last night, the state police basically couldn't guarantee the
safety of the roads - i was calling when a truck spun off the road at 1
am...)

they may not have made it down - but i dunno if they will get there -
waterville/augusta got 4 inches....

the colby show was unbelieveable - possibly as good as amy p's reflections of
wellesley - more to post later - i *just* got home - let's just say dead
center front row - entire show...

deb wrote:

> nbc4 has reported that ig will be performing at the earth day celebration
> on the mall today!  the rally is from 12-4.
>
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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 12:27:17 edt
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hi all-

i just want to share the devastating trial i went through trying to get
tickets to the 6/2 show this morning and to see if anyone else experienced
supreme technical difficulties resulting in angst...

well, like a good like girl fan, i was up at 7 am hanging around online on
the ticketmaster web site feverishly craving for 9 am to come around so i
could buy the much sought after ticket. i knew that there would be much
server traffic and so wanted to be super early. well, at 9am, i got through
and lo and behold, i was awarded 3rd row tickets! so, i happily filled out
the little form, confessing my name, credit card info, height, weight,
social, you know... then i hit the "finish" button to receive my confirmation
number and find out that i had taken too long and i was going to have to
reselect my tickets. what??? i didn't dawdle! i took the necessary time to
fill out the stupid form, check it for mistakes, and hit send! did this
happen to anyone else??? i was soooo upset!!!

so i called and called and called ticketmaster and finally got through. i
told them exactly what had happened and was wondering if maybe i had the
tickets but just didn't get a confirmation number. well, my tickets (section
b-4r, row c, seats 11-13) were already taken by some chic named jennifer.
(you out there???) :) i was told that the only seats i could get were like,
not acceptable. usually, i'm really passive and this saga would have ended
there with a "i realize it wasn't your fault. thanks for your help anyway!"
but no way! crying my eyes out like the big baby i am, i got transferred
around and finally talked to ticketmaster jeff, my angel, who must have felt
intense pity for the blubbering girl on the other end of the line, because he
managed to get me seats in the same section and on the same row even!

well, ok so my story turned out ok. but for those 30 minutes, i thought my
world was going to end! i guess i could have just been happy with the fact
that i was going to get to see the girls one way or the other, but i was
still so disappointed. anyway, i'm sorry this is so long and boring, but i
just needed to share with someone who would appreciate the travesty of
getting such good indigo girl tickets only to lose them in the next instant.
my girlfriend can't empathize with me and thinks i'm a silly fool for getting
so worked up over the indigo girls, but i think there are far many worse
things to lose your head over! so i need reassurance from some intimate
strangers that someone out there would have done and felt the same!!! :)

megan :)


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"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while." - e.s.

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 12:28:18 edt
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in a message dated 4/22/00 11:37:36 am eastern daylight time,
indigo@mindspring.com writes:

<< >well, i don't  know, the girls do say that if the show is going to be
>political they advertise it as
>a benefit, but then  their music is so poliical, you  cannot go to an ig
>show  without  getting politics.

as i've said before, this is very different from a benefit for a particular
cause (complete with speakers).  i'm not saying ig should be politically
neutral (hell no!), just that *benefits* should be distinguished from
concerts.  and i was gratified to see that even amy recognizes the
difference, though it makes me wonder what happened at au. >>


yeh i think choiceusa or au dropped the ball.  seems the ig knew it was a pro
choice gig but the word didnt get out.  i would think that would be the
school's or the organizations job to advertise it as such.  the events that i
have gone to that have been fundraiser concerts etc have even had it printed
on the tix.

indi

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date:         sat, 22 apr 2000 12:45:21 edt
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to respond to megan's horror story....i have my own...although mine does not
end happily as hers does.

i signed on at 8:30am my time (here in new york city, eastern time) and
waited around on the ticketmaster sight so as to be there waiting when it was
time. i got through and tried ordering tickets. i got seats in the b-1l
section and was so psyched because my girlfriend had gotten on-line at the
same time (in alabama) and gotten tickets in row o in the orchestra. i
thought we would just find someone else to sell those sucky tickets to so i
was all prepared to spend another $76 or so to get these really good tickets.
i entered all my info and clicked on the "finished" button. and then
disaster! i was told that i had to re-select seats. i tried over and over
again for about 3 hours, trying to get better seats but couldn't get any
better than m or n. :( how sad!
    i had to tell my girlfriend the bad news and we are both really bummed. i
guess i should have tried megan's idea...calling ticketmaster and crying to
someone on the phone. oh well, row o isn't too bad i guess. only 14 rows back
from the other front sections. :( geez.

sadly,
michelle

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i was just listening to "sister" from come on now social... and i noticed that
the background beats sound familiar.. i thought 'where the heck did i hear
that
before?'

turns out it sounded just like the beats from tori amos' "hey jupiter" (the
version from her compilation video, the one where tori and the little girl are
in the burning building)

did anyone else pick that up??


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<html><div>i was just listening to "sister" from come on now
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<div>turns out it sounded just like the beats from tori amos' "hey
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<div>did anyone else pick that up??</div>
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ok, i guess everyone was too kind to point this out to me.  i just figured
june 29 was the last sunday in june, but it's actually a thursday.

(:
guess i should have checked a calendar or somethin'.

-mel

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check out the site: www.moveourmoney.org

it illustrates the government waste we know so well.
let logic prevail!
let's dictate how our money is spent!

happy earth day!

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megan: << so i need reassurance from some intimate
strangers that someone out there would have done and felt the same!!! :)
  >>

teehee :p megan, i probably would've done the exact same thing.. :p (although
now i wonder if you can get better tickets through ticketfascist by crying...
hmmmm...)

lisa (listening to c-span..again...waiting for the girlies)

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have the girls been on yet?? i just caught carole king but i don't see amy
and emily...

lisa

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hello and happy earth day!
do we know if amy and emily were able to make it to dc in time for the
rally? is anyone watching cspan? it's completely understandable if they
didn't because of the surprise blizzard in the northeast. i hope everyone is
safe up there and staying warm!
peace,
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<jumping up on soapbox>  <clearing throat>

seems everybody and their grandmother has an opinion on this one.  here's
mine.  granted, when the ins went in to retrieve the poor kid, they could
have handled things a little calmer (i.e. the picture of the agent with the
mp5 in the kid's face), however had the family obeyed the original ins order
to return custody of the child to his father, the raid would never have
happened in the first place.  marisleysis gonzalez went on national
television this morning ranting and raving, blaming janet reno and president
clinton for causing trauma to the child...perhaps she should spend a moment
of quiet reflection and come to the realization that she and her father have
more than likely caused more trauma to that poor little boy than the 3
minutes the ins agents spent in that house could have possibly caused in even
the most imaginative mind.  they have manipulated and paraded that child in
front of the news media for several months now, and have made it their life's
mission to turn him against his father.  lazaro gonzalez has even made the
statement to the media that he never intended to return custody of the boy to
his father, a statement in direct defiance of the ins order.  had the family
not used the boy as a pawn in their own selfish political agenda, none of
this would even be an issue.  i blame the miami relatives for their defiance
and selfishness in causing what could be lasting damage to the psyche of an
innocent child.

<climbing down off soapbox>

dawn

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http://www.earthday.net/events/onthemall_entertainment.stm

from the site:
335 pm - indigo girls

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   hopefully, the whole issue will soon be resolved.  i assume the courts
will rule in favor of the father, by all accounts a good parent, and he
will go back to cuba to be with his family.
   then all the people who would make a 6 year old a pawn in their petty
political revenge game can go do something with their lives.  i hope they
all realize that they've done nothing but strengthen castro's regime with
their antics.

   darius

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i got it taped, they were the last act!  one song and they had to close down
earth day because of the park permit.
mary

mike reynolds wrote:

> i just got back from colby - emily mentioned they are playing around 3- 330
> ish..last night during the show - it is being webcasted/ broadcast on
> c-span...
>
> however - there was a freak blizzard in maine (colby is an hour from my
> apartment and probably the closest show i've seen in 2 years and *i* stayed
> at a hotel last night, the state police basically couldn't guarantee the
> safety of the roads - i was calling when a truck spun off the road at 1
> am...)
>
> they may not have made it down - but i dunno if they will get there -
> waterville/augusta got 4 inches....
>
> the colby show was unbelieveable - possibly as good as amy p's reflections of
> wellesley - more to post later - i *just* got home - let's just say dead
> center front row - entire show...
>
> deb wrote:
>
> > nbc4 has reported that ig will be performing at the earth day celebration
> > on the mall today!  the rally is from 12-4.
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the girls were just on---at 5:0?pm est.....just one song, hammer and a nail. they were forced
to cut the set short because the day was running long. i am so disappointed!!! anyway, i guess
if you want to catch it, it should be on again tonight---8pm + 5 hours= 1:0?am.....something
like that. good luck....and happy e day! meg

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ok ok.. this is probably late but i'm on digest.. so deal with it :p

anyway, so the rally is being re-broadcast on cspan tonight at 9:00 eastern
which is 6pt.. the girls are on dead last (unless they did anything before
carole king cause that's when i tuned in..) they did hammer and a nail and
then the whole thing ended cause apparently the rally went long (over the
time allotted on their permit..) but the looked cute and amy was sporting the
tank top again :)

on a similar note, does anyone have good photo of amy's chest tattoo??

anyway, the cspan ads running at the bottom of the screen said that they
would be covering the march on the 30th.. so i gotta go find the schedule for
the whole march and see when everyone is performing (the 29th??)

lisa :p

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i can't make it to the march, so i have two equality rocks tickets if
anyone wants them for $50 (i paid $70 + charges) and i'll pay shipping.
i just don't want them to go to waste.  email me for details if you're
interested.

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i have to say i agree with you...three months of stalling and dead-end
demands mixed with despicable political antics by the relatives had to end
in some sort of confrontation.  sadly, it had to be an armed removal but
none of those relatives have any room to complain.  every demand they've
made has been meet and yet they continued to arrogantly  parade their
pitiful dramatics in front of the entire country crying their victimization
over and over, and then raise the custody bar even higher. remember, these
relatives obtained custody of elian without permission from the father, who
legally has shared custody of him.  the only victim in this is that little
boy and he's been granted a stay in his deportation (as he legally should
have).  for all we know he might have been trying to figure out why his
father hasn't come to see him.  they were a part of each other's lives on a
regular basis before he left for america, why shouldn't he continue that
relationship now?  marisleysis gonzalez and her relatives are a detriment to
the cubano-american cause and should be ashamed of themselves with their
childish behavior.  and now, the cubano neighborhood is under fire,
literally, because of their actions and lack of control over their personal
dramas and passions.  you can not put some of your cubano neighbors on tv
saying "we're ex-soldiers and we're going to surround this house and
protect...with our lives if necessary" and then act surprised when the
government actually believes you and acts accordingly! they are all acting
like children...the whole thing makes me sick and i hope to god that the
pictures we are seeing of elian reunited with his father and stepfamily are
more accurate then the rubbish the relatives are trying to feed us.

<handing over the soapbox>
<putting on her amazon fire retardant suit>

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>date: sat, 22 apr 2000 16:01:23 edt
>
><jumping up on soapbox>  <clearing throat>
>
>seems everybody and their grandmother has an opinion on this one.  here's
>mine.  granted, when the ins went in to retrieve the poor kid, they could
>have handled things a little calmer (i.e. the picture of the agent with the
>mp5 in the kid's face), however had the family obeyed the original ins
>order
>to return custody of the child to his father, the raid would never have
>happened in the first place.  marisleysis gonzalez went on national
>television this morning ranting and raving, blaming janet reno and
>president
>clinton for causing trauma to the child...perhaps she should spend a moment
>of quiet reflection and come to the realization that she and her father
>have
>more than likely caused more trauma to that poor little boy than the 3
>minutes the ins agents spent in that house could have possibly caused in
>even
>the most imaginative mind.  they have manipulated and paraded that child in
>front of the news media for several months now, and have made it their
>life's
>mission to turn him against his father.  lazaro gonzalez has even made the
>statement to the media that he never intended to return custody of the boy
>to
>his father, a statement in direct defiance of the ins order.  had the
>family
>not used the boy as a pawn in their own selfish political agenda, none of
>this would even be an issue.  i blame the miami relatives for their
>defiance
>and selfishness in causing what could be lasting damage to the psyche of an
>innocent child.
>
><climbing down off soapbox>
>
>dawn
>


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can't we remove all discussion of this issue from this mailing list?
it's a completely inappropriate topic for the ig mailing list, and i've
been working hard to keep this entire stupid, sad, overblown story out
of my life as much as possible without crawling into a hole altogether.
i'd really rather it not appear in this forum, of all places.

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well, i have a little horror story of my own too.  i
went to the publix by my house to get the tickets.  it
was just me and this one couple so i was like cool i
should get good seats.  the f!@#$%^ lady who was
running the ticket machine kept running around the
store.  when my watch said 10:02, which is usually
fast, i asked the other lady if she could see if the
tickets were on sale yet.  even thought she had just
used the machine to give tickets to somebody else she
apparently couldn't do it this time and had to call
that other lady back to the front.  so when she
finally got back which was like at 10:04 i got my
section b1 or something like that row a tickets.  i
really wanted to be in the orchestra but oh well,
watcha gonna do.

see everybody there,
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if  ig  could do every song in the world,  what would you ask them to do
and why? (aside from their music.............to mke things alittle more
thought provoking here )

i'm not sure,  i'm  still  thinking,  but my guess is
great  expectations.   ( i  heard  them do it on austin city limits
w/nanci griffith....god bless her,  she's wonderful,
mary-chapin-carpenter,
and julie gold  it was  soooo  grrrrrrrreat!   for  those who don't
know,   this  show was done  a long time ago   somewhere around
1991/92.)


peace,

barb

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has anyone heard anything else about the girls being at central park in
june?  i have never seen them live yet and need to be there desperately for
this show.  if anyone hears anything, please email the list.  thanks a
bunch!!

annamarie murray, awaiting so anxiously.......

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subject:      re: nigc:re: elian
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all right, let's see here......i'm tired of this  whole
elian debacle  his american family  and the media created, too. i'm glad
the boy is going
back home where he belongs.

i'm sorry that the reunion came about violently.
if  janet reno was going to use force  does that
mean they had to raid the house, and rip the poor boy out?   that  boy
who may not have
known what was up all this time,  is going to have to live  with this
whole experience  the rest of his life.  i just  wish  that  all the
people
involved  could have worked with  each other,
to find a peaceful  resolution.   maybe  perhaps
dual custody, and dual citizenship?

maybe this didn't have to be an all or nothing,
situation for anyone involved..

peace

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ago.  i have another account, but i can not transfer that web page over. =
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<< if  ig  could do every song in the world,  what would you ask them to do
and why? >>

i'm guessing you meant if they could do <any> song in the world? so, since
i'm not sure if i understand the question or not, i'll make up an answer that
suits me! :) if the girls could cover any song, i would want them to cover
recently by dave matthews. it's a song that goes, in part:

"recently i've been/ all of content and dreaming i have been/ 'cause i been
lately seeing/ quite a bit of this woman live on my street/ people stare and
we just ignore everything/ people stare and we just ignore them/ and they go
away, go away"

so, yea, it's a song a man is singing to address the reaction he gets from
the masses because he's dating a black woman. but if a woman were to sing
this song, well, you do the math! i just love that song and have always
wanted to hear it performed by a girl, preferably with killer harmonies from
our girls! *wink* just my .02!

megan


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"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while." - e.s.

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i would have to say "candle on the water" from pete's dragon--or, possibly
the simon and garfunkel song, "time it was...it was a time...a time of...."
the title escapes me at this point in my life.

great thread!

claudia

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hey thanks for that post!!!!  i love it.

peace

barb


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my husband has been keeping up with sc boycott/flag issue mails on the
list, and wanted to share the following with the group. just some food for
thought.
michelle and wil pennington

    the causes of the civil war are many and complex. slavery was a thorny
issue by the middle of the 19th century and the federal government was
trying to deal with the issue of slavery especially as it pertained to new
states that were coming in to the union and not as much with the
institution as it was in existing states.

    the breaking point was the election of 1860. the democratic party had
split along lines of pro- and anti-slavery factions. my understanding is
that lincoln was elected by abolitionist-leaning republicans and
anti-slavery northern democrats. in such a poltical milieu, the southern
democrats found themselves seemingly powerless politically and feared that
slavery would be excluded in new states, that slavery might be outlawed in
existing states and ultimately, that states would lose the power to set
their own laws.

   it is true that many, maybe most, northerners did not consider the black
equal to the white and many union soldiers, especially after the
emancipation proclamation, did not like the idea that they were fighting to
free blacks rather than to save the union.

  also true is that most confederate soldiers did not own slaves and
probably weren't specifically fighting to keep blacks enslaved. they were
fighting to preserve their state's honor and their state's rights to a
certain level of self-governance.

  true as well is that many immigrant northern workers lived in abject
poverty. but isn't a poverty-ridden immigrant worker still better off than
a slave? being free, the opportunity, slim as it might have been for some,
was there to move freely about the country and perhaps better their station
in life. yes, many, perhaps most, did not. but what chance does a slave
have for such opportunity?

  the confederate flag was the symbol of the confederate states of america,
which stood for state's rights, which meant that if the state ruled that
slavery was legal then it was. whether the average soldier cared one whit
for slavery as an institution, he was still, willingly or unwittingly,
fighting for the right for his state to declare that other men could be
enslaved and denied the most basic of rights. the flag is a symbol of
southern heritage, certainly.it is a historical artifact, certainly. but it
is also undeniably a symbol of one people's intentions to enslave another,
and i feel is inappropriate to be flying over a statehouse.

  i hold a degree in history as well, though my concentration is world war
ii and am not professing to be an expert in civil war history, but this has
been my understanding of the conflict from my various studies and books i
have read on the subject matter. i truly believe that saying the civil war
had nothing to do with slavery is like saying the holocaust of wwii never
happened. slavery was not the only issue, but cannot be divorced from the
causes of the conflict either.

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ok, i first said i wasn't going to bother saying
anything about this whole confederate flag/naacp
boycott stuff, but considering it has affected my
ability to see an indigo girls show, i guess i'll get
on a soapbox and complain.  first of all, i live in
columbia, sc and have all my life.  i'm not racist by
the way, in case anyone's wondering....  i am also an
alumni of that wonderful high school eveyone loves,
irmo.

well, as with most other people i know in south
carolina, i am really tired of hearing about the
stupid flag over the state house.  i have to see this
flag everyday since i live about 3 blocks away from
it.  my personal opinion is that since it offends
people, they ought to take it down.  however, other
people complain that taking it down would offend them.
okay, so why not a vote?  why can't south carolinians
just vote on it at the next election and majority
rules?  i'd also like to know why five years ago the
flag was not an issue at all.  i agree the flag should
be taken down, but i kind of disagree with the boycott
because i really think it's the wrong way to go about
trying to make a change.

well, now this whole flag business has made a
connection with the indigo girls.  like i said, i
think the flag should be taken down, but why do the
indigo girls have to cancel a show because of it?  why
can't they just play the show and say "this show is
dedicated to the movement to bring down the
confederate flag from atop the south carolina state
house."  or something like that.  wouldn't that pull
in even more support for the movement?  why make their
fans who totally agree with them suffer because of the
stubborness of those who want the flag to stay up?
just makes me wonder about the whole conspiracy theory
when it comes to the indigo girls and south
carolina....  first they aren't allowed to play at my
old high school, so they start playing fewer shows
here...and now they cancel shows because of the stupid
flag....
....thinking of moving soon.....
....seriously thinking of moving soon..... ;-)
sharon

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a hazy shade of winter?

claudia rollins wrote:
>
> i would have to say "candle on the water" from pete's dragon--or, possibly
> the simon and garfunkel song, "time it was...it was a time...a time of...."
> the title escapes me at this point in my life.
>
> great thread!
>
> claudia
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it's probably true to say that elian's relatives in the us aren't the only
ones in this story guilty of political manipulation - isn't it true to say
that elian has been used as much by castro as he has been by people in the
states?

john.

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hi, had my own horror stories with ticketmaster but it makes me too upset to
get into it.
anyway...............  if anyone ends up with some decent seats that are
extras i'm in the need for 2 tickets to june 2nd.

by the way colby was awesome and how bout emily's whistling during closer to
fine!!!!

thanks
michelle

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"i'm not so sure what you would like to know about the cntral  park
show.  but  it  is  going
to happen. on june 13th .   (it's at summerstage)   if you want to
verify that  i just
got that for you off thir website.  does that help?"

yes!!  thank you!  i was just curious as to when the tickets go on sale.
and we're it was going to be held.  i am so excited that it'll be at
summerstage, which is so great!  thanks, barb....

annamarie murray

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since i never can make up my mind - i've got two.
i would love to hear emily do don mclean's "vincent"
and i want to hear amy do something by janis joplin

:)carrie

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according to the ig official site, they will be doing a central park
summerstage concert on june 13.  i've heard (from people who heard the radio
interview) that it will be a benefit concert, ie, it won't be one of the
free summerstage concerts.  this means that tickets will be on sale through
ticketmaster and also through summerstage.  they've got a website --
www.summerstage.com -- but no summer 2000 info is up yet.

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> well, now this whole flag business has made a
> connection with the indigo girls.  like i said, i
> think the flag should be taken down, but why do the
> indigo girls have to cancel a show because of it?  why
> can't they just play the show and say "this show is
> dedicated to the movement to bring down the
> confederate flag from atop the south carolina state
> house."  or something like that.

i wish i had the citation -- sorry, i'm not that organized -- but i think it
should be clarified that ig are boycotting sc in support of the naacp's
request for a boycott (although, obviously, the issue at hand is the flag).
indeed, they went to the naacp and suggested a benefit, but the naacp
specifically said that they'd prefer a support of the boycott.

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no, its 'bookends' - noone shoot me for being so tragic that i know the
answer to this question ok?

regards,
sandy

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>date: sun, 23 apr 2000 1:32 pm
>

> a hazy shade of winter?
>
> claudia rollins wrote:
>>
>> i would have to say "candle on the water" from pete's dragon--or, possibly
>> the simon and garfunkel song, "time it was...it was a time...a time of...."
>> the title escapes me at this point in my life.
>>
>> great thread!
>>
>> claudia
>>
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the whole concept of using a 6 year old child as a political football is
disgusting and abhorrent on all sides - but the use of gestapo police state
tactics in the boy's removal is another indication of the hypocrisy that is
at the root of the amerikan government  today -

my apologies to those who think this inappropriate, but this situation is
not that far removed from some of the indigenous issues that amy and emily
have brought to our attention -

peace,
tim


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> it's probably true to say that elian's relatives in the us aren't the only
> ones in this story guilty of political manipulation - isn't it true to say
> that elian has been used as much by castro as he has been by people in the
> states?
>
> john.

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one fact that has been missed by all of the people saying that the confederate flag belongs on the state capitol is this comparison...during the reign of the last czar of russia, his wife, alexandra, adopted the swastika as the symbol of her family, it is on the surviving journals.  since russia has begun to reclaim its past with the end of communist rule, not once have i seen anyone in russia want to reclaim the swastika and its religious meaning because of the flip side of its meaning.  likewise should be done with the confederate flag.  so great is its meaning of unjustness that the people, myself included, who believe that the southern states do have a heritage worth celebrating, well, at least some of it, that people should be willing to compromise.  there are many other ways to take pride in being a southern than some flag that offends an awful lot of people.

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i would love to hear them do over the hills and far away by led
zepplin...the guitar parts inthis would kick ass when done by emily, and i
could just imagine amy singing it...kudos on picking this thread!!!
peace and love,
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i believe the song is called "bookends." i think.
sarah
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happy easter everybody!

here's the new notes from amy at the daemon site:

daemon records: d.o.b 1990

what does it mean to be around for ten years? well, if you're a ten-year-old
indie label in the year 2000, you've seen a lot of changes. the
telecommunications act of 1996 symbolized the worst of them. the large
mergers of radio stations that ensued flushed away any lingering diversity
and opportunity on the radio waves. deregulation reflected the times as
record companies, retail outlets, distributors, and concert promoters lost
their identities to corporate conglomerations. thanks to our neo-liberal,
profit-driven globalized government, bigger is better in the biggest way
ever. so how did this affect daemon records? when my adventures in the music
underground started, it was 1985 and i was in the indigo girls, putting out
our records on our own label. we got signed to a major label in 1988 and two
years later daemon records was born. at the time, college radio was just
starting to be exploited by opportunistic major labels, but there was still
air space available and bands enjoyed consistent support by the college
radio sector. now, indie bands dodge major label promotions-and they range
from free sweat pants with the newest hipster band to plane tickets to some
priceless rock god show-and then find themselves competing against major
label bands for what little airspace is available. the hip factor of the
independent scene was commodified as soon as the secret of college air play
was discovered. ten years ago, there were still a good many honest-to-god
indie distributors and independent labels who were still self-governing and
self sufficient. now, small labels and distributors struggle to stay afloat
as they swim in the corporate owned waters, constantly tempted by the
lifeboat of buyout clauses and exclusive profit-driven deals. it's hard to
keep up with who owns who or say what really qualifies as indie anymore. by
the strictest definition, daemon is independent. we have struggled through
many years to maintain our autonomous place in the industry despite our
musically diverse and devoutly unhip tendencies. we have resisted advice to
become a niche-driven label, because we find our greatest pleasure in
discovering and supporting all styles of music, from folk to punk. sexism
was a factor when we began and it still is. homophobia is as well, but these
two usually come hand in hand. (when i started daemon, there wasn't really a
riot grrrl scene. even after riot grrrl developed, it took a long time to
get down to the south.) as an indigo girl, i have lots of experience dealing
with the alienation that comes with being a political, lesbian, woman
musician and the ghettoizing of any band or label that is willing to give
parity to women musicians and revolutionary ideas. my goal for daemon is to
provide a reliable, community-based infrastructure for musicians to create
and distribute recorded projects and learn how the industry works. we
operate as a not for profit co-op with business practices that will ideally
lead to coalition-building within the underground and a strengthening of the
community. for instance:

*we bank at a credit union instead of a bank and we use a socially conscious
investment firm *we patronize non-corporate businesses such as co-op
printing companies or mom and pop record stores
*we use all environmentally responsible materials from posters to t-shirts
*our website supports a number of activist causes and serves as a place for
dialogue about current events
*our artist are expected to give a minimum of fifteen hours of labor for the
label
*daemon reaches out to other independent labels, sharing databases and
resources with other bands and record companies, and sponsoring arts events
and all ages shows that include non-daemon artists.

in a decade, daemon has put out over forty releases. while some of them have
found their way to obscurity, none of them are a waste of shelf space or
time. our first release was the melodic punk band ellen james society. they
helped put us on the map, selling over ten thousand records. gerard mchugh,
terri binion, kristen hall, and rose polenzani put out acoustic records that
exemplify daemon's emphasis on superior song writing. danielle howle, punker
and story teller, defines our range of musical styles. daemon reintroduced
the legendary punk/new-wave icon, holly beth vincent (formerly of holly and
the italians) with her then band, the oblivious. other daemon punks include
the alabama garage band three finger cowboy, the reverb-drenched rockateens,
and the bad-ass kids 6x. meanwhile, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
featured over 150 georgia musicians and raised over fifty thousand dollars
to fight against gun violence. honor combined the efforts of native and
non-native artists to raise over forty thousand dollars and benefited
indigenous environmental activism. our latest venture into hip hop, trip
hop, and acid jazz have resulted in releases by justin hale, ph balance, and
mrs. fun (respectively). there are many more cool records in our catalogue
and each one serves the purpose of artistic expression and rebellion in a
world that certainly needs it. daemon's sense of community and political
activism came out of something intangible and organic, and has grown through
the years to become the very
foundation of the label. daemon is a sum of all its past and present
bands-their activism, their creative notions, their music, their
personalities, and their communities. at ten years of age, we embrace the
challenges and changes that have brought us this far, and we look forward to
ten more years of music and revolution-and evolution.


-amy ray

enjoy,

claudine

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for those of you whose local public radio station
picks up world cafe--and it hasn't aired yet--gone
again will be played approximately 48 minutes into the
second hour.  ok, so that's only for the obsessive
folks who want to hear an indigo girls song *every*
time it's on the radio somewhere.

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sharon wrote:

<<well, now this whole flag business has made a
connection with the indigo girls.  like i said, i
think the flag should be taken down, but why do the
indigo girls have to cancel a show because of it?  why
can't they just play the show and say "this show is
dedicated to the movement to bring down the
confederate flag from atop the south carolina state
house."  or something like that.  wouldn't that pull
in even more support for the movement?  why make their
fans who totally agree with them suffer because of the
stubborness of those who want the flag to stay up?>>

unfortunately, in a corporately controlled society such as ours, money
speaks much louder than words. politicans and business owners are more
inclined to listen when you're talking money.

instead of simply complaining about the lack of an ig concert, sc ig fans
may want to consider joining in the fight to get the flag taken down. it
will get amy and emily back to your state much sooner. just a thought.

peace,
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oh, right.  an easy mistake to make, i think.  the bookends album is the
closest thing to a sgt. peppers that s&g ever recorded, and it's really
quite brilliant in parts.  but the recurring lyrical themes can make me
a bit confused at times.

sarah zarrow wrote:
>
> i believe the song is called "bookends." i think.
> sarah

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ok so i found it amusing that i thought right away of three songs i have
always wanted the indigo girls to play befoe i read any of the responses
they were : 'vincent' by don mclean (carrie you go girl!great minds think
alike),fire and rain by james taylor, and sand and water by (ithink this is
her name) beth nielsen (or something like beth nielsen chapman, its on a
compilation cd i have)

but those are the 3 songs i think indgo girls could kick up a notch and the
are all kinda slow but oh well......

course i could also see them doing lou reeds take a walk on the wild side
with amy doing the 'hey honey talk a walk on the wild side' in her cool
manner....

lol
anywho.....
-jess


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there ?  ........ther must be an epidemic of insomnia out there.'
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hey everyone...i posted my horror story yesterday about how i ended up with
row o tickets instead of the b-1l tickets that i had tried to get earlier but
couldn't. now today i get on there and my girlfriend and i both kept coming
up with seats in the b-4l and b-4r sections. does anyone know why all of a
sudden they are selling these seats when yesterday they coming up in rows s,
t, and v, etc.  my girlfriend was thinking maybe there is a tent pole or
something in front of those seats. does anyone have any idea? or are these
just pretty good seats? we went ahead and bought two more in the b-4r section
so we have two sets of tickets now :(

michelle

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personally i'd like to see them do champaigne supernova by oasis, not for
the song but because of memories i have connected song.

"the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
place'"--vw--es
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ok, we now also have 2 sets of tickets to chastain and don't have a clue
about what kind of seats they are.  can someone please help us out with a
description of what the best seats at this venue are?  our definition of best
seats would be the closest to the stage, the closest to the center.  would
these be tables?? if so what table numbers are up front?   so where the heck
is table #62?  africa?   anyways    thanks,
mel and julie

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hey all,
        inspired by emily's version of river on 10,000 curfews, i would love to
have them do some christmas-related music. they could mix it up with some
of my alternative favorites, which include the waitresses' christmas
rapping (i think that's the title)...i think that one would be a lot of
fun. and they would do a beautiful job with traditional hymns like silent
night...i think it could be very interesting and fabulous.
        a friend also gave me a joan baez christmas songbook that has some
gorgeous guitar/voice arrangements that would suit them well.
        does anyone know if they have done any other holiday music? christmas is
my favorite time of year and having ig music to go along with it would be
perfect!
        i'd also love to hear them do a bruce springsteen song, anything from
thunder road to atlantic city.
happy sunday to everyone,
michelle

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hi everyone,

i thought that some of you might be interested in this website:

           http://www.millennium-productions.net/mmow/index.htm


if you go there, it has plenty of festival information including the line-up
for saturday.  there is a complete list of the performers and what time they
will be going on.

sue

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i'm sending this now cause i have a lot of nasty things to deal with
today, including a court case...and the fact that today marks one year
that my mother has been gone *bleh* so...i didn't want to forget... :)

april 24
hoff@tusco.net (rhonda hoffmeyer)

april 24 ('57)
jdjones@earthlink.net (deb)

april 24 ('80)
grnpeace@fullnet.com (kate)

april 24 ('78)
skippeec@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu (elizabeth)
"if you were the last man on earth, i would swim across the ocean on a
rumor that screech from saved by the bell was spotted in japan." -from
ellen

april 25 ('78)
ryan@ou.edu (ryan knight)
"every five years or so i look back on my life, and i have a good
laugh..."

april 26
peachy706@aol.com (katie)

april 26 ('77)
ahill7o9@mwcgw.mwc.edu (anne hill)

april 27
tawaz@facstaff.eisc.edu (terese walz)
*shaming of the sun, april 29 1997


happy birthday all - and send good indigo-type thoughts in my
direction...i'll need them.

love to the uncommon people :)
audra
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well when visiting this link i noticed a familiar band ...at the gay.com
coffeehouse venue a band called back flip annie (named after the this ladys
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dog who did back flips kinda-its two women about the ages of the girls) who
do a lot of indigo girls covers ....i was introduced to them by a friend
during one of my many philadelphia excursions at a brewpub ...which was cool
cuz i liked kicking back playing pool and hearin the ig ..... so even if the
girls arent there you may hear some familiar tunes.
-jess


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hi everyone,

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robbin wrote:

>unfortunately, in a corporately controlled society such as ours, money
>speaks much louder than words. politicans and business owners are more
>inclined to listen when you're talking money.
>instead of simply complaining about the lack of an ig concert, sc ig
fans
>may want to consider joining in the fight to get the flag taken down.
it
>will get amy and emily back to your state much sooner. just a thought.

this would be great if all the indigo girls fans in sc were for taking
down the flag.  but i'm sure there are some that want it to stay up, and
i don't think it's really fair to say that if you want a concert, you
have to agree with the politics of the artist.  besides, there really
isn't an incredible amount of things anyone can do for the flag issue.
i live in columbia, sc, and besides the few rallies they had, there
really is not much.  most people here do not care at all about the flag,
they just want the fight about it to end.
by the way, in case y'all don't know, the flag is coming down.  the
senate here has already voted for it to come down.  the issue at hand is
now where to put the flag.  they wanted to put it on a memorial, but the
naacp still isn't satisfied and says it will be too visible.  i'm glad
it's coming down, but geez i think they should work for one step at a
time.  next they'll be wanting to publically burn it or something....
but the whole indigo girls thing makes me wonder if the naacp has black
mail against the indigo girls or something....i can see how they'd want
the flag to come down, but why go so far as to join the naacp in a
boycott of our state?

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k so i'm at home for the easter break and well i don't have the ig sites
bookmarked, so i went to msn.com and typed in ig and was expecting their
epic site to coem up and so it did. well come to find out it wasnt the same
background as usual and the first thing that popped up was this info on
their new video due out july 4th. now am i slow here and did everyone know
this or is this actually new news???? also to everyone that i owe boots to (
the june girls and jude and i think two other people) im sending them off
this weeek thank you for waiting.
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new video?  where? in the stores ?   if it's  just
cable than  shoot
i  can't ge cable.

peace

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http://www.sonymusic.com/cgi-bin/gx.cgi/applogic+smo.custom2.page?disc=tid_208
443&t=artists%2findigogirls%2fmusic

that is the adress to go to the page where it talks about the new video!!

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can anyone please tell me the origin of the song "you are free?"
thank you!

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hi everyone,

chastain park is probably one of the most confusing places to deal with when
buying tickets.  and dealing with the ticketmaster & publix idiots didn't
help the situation either.  i had my own traumas dealing with them here in
atlanta, but we won't get into that.

the closest seats in chastain are the tables.   (for mel & julie - i would
think that table 62 is about halfway back in the table section.)    the next
best seats are the boxes, which are the b-1l that someone else mentioned.
and then after those, you start dealing with row numbers.    there is a chart
on ticketmaster that you can look at, that sort of shows what i'm talking
about.

http://www.ticketmaster.com/venue/atl/78/seat1.html

the rows in chastain are pretty well staggered, except for the floor, which
is where the tables & boxes are.

it's not my favorite venue either, but it should *hopefully* be nice weather
still.  there are no tents (for michelle, who asked about tent poles) in the
park, so if it looks like rain, bring a rain coat.

=)
lisa

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can anyone direct me to a mailing list for tracy chapman fans?
thanks in advance,
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<<can anyone direct me to a mailing list for tracy chapman fans?
>>

>from the rather excellent (if i say so myself)
www.tracychapman.org -

email list
organized by the folks @ the unofficial, and misleadingly named
(in that it's not a pay to join service) tracy chapman fan club

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subscribe tracy-chapman in the body (not the subject line but
the normal text field) of your email. please don't write any
other words.

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here's more about the duke university ig concert
scheduled for april 26, courtesy of the campus
council. for more info, please contact jim lazarus
(see his sig for contact info), not me. sadly, i won't
be able to attend this concert after all since ig go
onstage very late, a lot later than i want to hang
around campus after work. but i hope this info is
useful to folks less wimpy than i.


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thanks for your interest. the concert will begin
wednesday night at 7:30 pm, when the agents of good
roots take stage. following them will be michelle
malone, and the indigo girls will take the stage
around 10 or 10:30pm.

the concert will be held on the main west quad, known
as the ci quad. the stage will be set up directly in
front of the alpine bagels/chic fillet area.

the concert is intended primarily for undergraduate
students (who paid for it). as can be accommodated,
however, the rest of the duke community is welcome to
attend. there is no admittance procedure, per se, but
duke police will have certain entrances to the campus
blocked off to all but concert staff. if you are able
to come onto campus, you are more than welcome to
attend.

any more questions, please let us know.

cheers!
jim lazarus
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hi, my g/f and i both bought tix for the ig atl show.  the seats i have available are in the center of the orchestra seating.

orch row o  seats 24 and 25

price for them is what i paid......

$72.75 for both tix and tm charges.

let me know, anyone who is interested.   these seats are better than what they have available now in row aa.

amanda

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<<...and i don't think it's really fair to say that if you want a concert,
you have to agree with the politics of the artist.>>

no, but i would think we can all agree that we should respect amy's and
emily's right to exercise their political conscience.

<<besides, there really isn't an incredible amount of things anyone can do
for the flag issue. i live in columbia, sc, and besides the few rallies they
had, there really is not much.>>

you can't always depend on others to create opportunities for activism for
you. i'm sure sc ig fans could put their heads together and come up with
some creative ways to oppose state sanctioned symbolic racism.

<<they wanted to put it on a memorial, but the naacp still isn't satisfied
and says it will be too visible.  i'm glad it's coming down, but geez i
think they should work for one step at a time.  next they'll be wanting to
publically burn it or something....>>

i know you say that you aren't racist, but have you any idea how racist that
sounds?? it's akin to referring to african americans as "uppity negroes" who
should be happy for any crumbs thrown their way. i'm not saying that's what
you meant, but please consider that that is how it sounds.

<<but the whole indigo girls thing makes me wonder if the naacp has black
mail against the indigo girls or something....>>

you have to be joking!!! can you get any more patronizing and insulting to
amy and emily?? these two women have a long history of being anti-racist in
words and action. their support of the naacp boycott is completely in line
with their activism.

<<i can see how they'd want the flag to come down, but why go so far as to
join the naacp in a boycott of our state?>>

inherent in this comment is the sentiment that african americans as
represented by the leadership of the naacp aren't capable of taking
leadership in opposing this racist state policy. the fact is that the naacp
has taken leadership on this issue and amy and emily have chosen to respect
their decision that a boycott is the most effective tool to use at the
moment. boycotting is a time-honored tool in the fight for social justice; a
fact that i'm sure is not lost on amy and emily.

peace,
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so...what's going on with the igs at newport? given the huge amount of prior
notice to the actual schedule release that we usually have (last year it was
like feb or march when the ofdfical site confirmed their appearence), i'm
getting worried. this year's schedule is out on may 11th. any clues? can
someone who's going to a show try and ask sulli? help!!!
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hi everyone- sorry about the nigc

is anyone from the boston area going to the march in dc?  the people who
were gonna give me a ride bailed on me, and i really really need to get
down there- i haven't seen my girlfriend in a long time, and goddess
only knows when i'm gonna see her again... if you're from boston, or
near boston and you're going, please please please please please let me
know.  i'm willing to pay gas and tolls.

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i'm sorry.  i don't care if you think it sounds racist or not.  i do not
agree with the naacp.  i am born-and-bred southern and the confederate flag
is not a symbol of racism.  excuse me for pointing out - again - what
someone else already pointed out, in that the confederate flag was created
for the troops to rally to on the battlefield.  if there is any flag which
represents racism, it would be the bonnie blue flag which only had one star
on it.  and i will also point out that racism and slavery were practiced in
the north as well as in the south.  why do you think lincoln drafted the
emancipation proclamation halfway through the war?  he had to make his
yankees free their own slaves.  he didn't do it to free the southern
slaves - the southerners had already seceded from the union at that time and
did not recognize lincoln as an authority!  that's almost like thinking that
an american would follow any order given by the queen of england... she has
no sovereignty over us.  and i will also point out - again - that the war
was not fought over slavery, it was fought over economic matters.

call me racist, call me redneck, call me whatever you want to call me.  i
don't care.  i know that i personally do not hate, look down on or in any
way degrade black people.  my best friend and one of my exes are black...
it's hard to hate the woman you're dating, especially when you're as in love
with her as i was.  the point is that the confederate flag is a symbol of my
heritage and my past and my pride.  you wear your (malcolm) x and i'll wear
mine.  don't tell me what i can and cannot take pride in.  i have ancestors
who fought and died for a cause they believed in and i'll be d*mned if
anyone is going to tell me that they were bad people because of it.  history
is written by the winners, folks.  so you all go read your uncle tom's cabin
and you think whatever you want about me and about my people.  and i will
fly whatever flag i want to fly, because the first amendment of the
constitution of the united states of america says i can.  you force me to
live by the laws of your country, then by goddess i'm going to take the good
with the bad and exercise every freedom i'm granted by those laws.

by the same token, amy and emily have every right to participate in the
boycott.  the first amendment of the constitution of the united states of
america grants them that right.  as someone very wise whose name i can't
remember once said, "i may not agree with your opinions, but i will fight to
the death for your right to have them."

oh and by the way, here's a warning.  i won't delete flamers.  i'll verbally
abuse you until you bleed.  i'm not putting up with it.

<getting down off soapbox.>

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rainne wrote:

<<oh and by the way, here's a warning.  i won't delete flamers.  i'll
verbally abuse you until you bleed.  i'm not putting up with it.>>

wow. before i address the ideas expressed in your post, may i point out that
my post was a challenge to what you wrote, not an attack on you personally,
thereby eliminating it from the category of "flaming."

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hey...

so i've now finished compiling indicated iv onto one very fine disc, but i
have some wonderful tracks leftover - i was thinking of putting them on a
second disc with the best of indicateds past. everybody needs to hear the
awesome version of strange fire that violet did on the first indicated, but
what else?

not wanting to be completely dictatorial about it, if you have any favourite
tracks then drop me a (private) email and i'll take any suggestions into
consideration :o)

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hi,
does anyone know when tickets go on sale for the june 11th show in boston???
thanks, jen   =)

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<<i am born-and-bred southern and the confederate flag is not a symbol of
racism.>>

this southern grrl respectfully disagrees. (yes, i was born and raised and
continue to live in the south. surprised?)

<<and i will also point out that racism and slavery were practiced in
the north as well as in the south.>>

i don't recall making a claim otherwise.

<<and i will also point out - again - that the war was not fought over
slavery, it was fought over economic matters.>>

in part it was fought to defend an economy based directly upon the slavery
of african americans. it's nothing less than disingenous to claim that
slavery can be separated from the southern economy of the time.

<<call me racist, call me redneck, call me whatever you want to call me.>>

i never called you racist or redneck. i simply pointed out that some of the
things you wrote could be construed as racist whether you meant them to be
or not.

<<my best friend and one of my exes are black... it's hard to hate the woman
you're dating, especially when you're as in love with her as i was.>>

the tired old "some of my best friends are black..." defense is really no
defense at all. if i had a quarter for everytime i've heard that from a
prejudiced southerner....

<<the point is that the confederate flag is a symbol of my heritage and my
past and my pride.>>

your heritage (and mine) is one that includes the violent oppression of a
people. southerners need to come to terms with this fact and stop reacting
with such defensiveness. southerners can't do a thing to change the past,
but they can certainly take responsibility for its legacy.

<<you wear your (malcolm) x and i'll wear mine.>>

what makes you think that i embrace malcolm x?? i never mentioned malcolm x.
you're not assuming that just because i'm defending the naacp boycott that
i'm african american or a member of the nation of islam, are you??

<<don't tell me what i can and cannot take pride in.  i have ancestors
who fought and died for a cause they believed in and i'll be d*mned if
anyone is going to tell me that they were bad people because of it.>>

no one is calling your relatives "bad." although i would not hesitate to
call anyone who supported the south in the civil war misguided at best.

<<and i will fly whatever flag i want to fly, because the first amendment of
the constitution of the united states of america says i can.>>

didn't you say in an earlier post that you were glad that the state decided
to take down the confederate flag??

<<oh and by the way, here's a warning.  i won't delete flamers.  i'll
verbally abuse you until you bleed.  i'm not putting up with it.>>

i guess that just says it all.

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i think it's reasonable to say that this has gotten out of control. i'm sick
of reading this none too friendly back and forth when it's obviously getting
personal and not suited for a public forum. it started off as an exchange of
ideas and now it has crossed the line into slander and assumptions. there
are at least three sides to every story and amy and emily's take on the flag
issue is obviously only one of them, and there are mroe issues not even
mentioned. pick up a good european history text and look at all the other
sides of the civil war when you add on another continent's perspective. and
please, either stop the personal attacks or move it to private e-mail.

~sarah
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if anyone booted either or both of these shows i'd be willing to make a trade.
let me know

michelle

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i have an excellent unh boot - did anyone get the first 1/2 of colby - my
copy is suffering from a paused recorder - my friend's boot didn't exactly
come out - i only need to "romeo..."

what i have of colby is great quality btw...


reply privately...

mike r.

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subject:      nigc - equality rocks to be webcast....
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read it on www.yack.com - no ig - but kd and me...


mike r.

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> does anyone know when tickets go on sale for the june 11th show in
boston???
> thanks, jen   =)

they went on sale friday 14 april via ticketmaster (i got mine!).

ruth

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hey all. don't know if this was posted or not, but i was searching for
soundtracks and found this out. not too much info, but i can't wait.
found this at cdnow:

if these walls could talk 2 (soundtrack): soundtrack
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   cd  $12.99
list $ 16.97

expected release date: may 09, 2000
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tape  $9.99
list $ 10.98

expected release date: may 09, 2000
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date: may 9, 2000
label: jellybean
category: soundtrack

etheridge/indigo girls/cole day/eurythmics/three dog night


jessie

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actually, nothing that i said in my post was intended directly to you... you
only got it personally because i accidentally hit reply to all.  it wasn't
intended to be a personal attack.  (i apologize for appearing to have been
an attack.) and no, i don't recall saying that i was glad the flag was
coming down.  i wonder if my roomie has been getting into my email again.

by the way, to everyone who thinks i sounded hostile, well i was feeling
hostile when i wrote that little missive.  i'm a little calmer now, but my
opinions are unchanged.

~~rainne
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subject: re: sc flag/ig conspiracy!


><<i am born-and-bred southern and the confederate flag is not a symbol of
>racism.>>
>
>this southern grrl respectfully disagrees. (yes, i was born and raised and
>continue to live in the south. surprised?)

<respectfully snipped>

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what is the mystery - ig played denver in 1990 - 10/21/90 - the show was fm
b'cast and part of it is on shades...

1994 red rocks is a legendary fm (unless you have the pre fm soundboard that
sounds better than the souce for 1200 curfews ghost)

and they are releasing a video of denver from last year...not like i am
complaining...

so who is burning it to cdr first????


mike r.

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the simon and garfunkel song i couldn't remember was "bookends."  "time it
was, it was a time of photographs...."

i believe it is in the last scene of "the graduate," when they are leaving on
the bus.

(and, thank god i found that cd!!)

would love to see the girls cover that song.

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in a message dated 4/24/00 12:57:04 am eastern daylight time,
indi5479@yahoo.com writes:

<< but the whole indigo girls thing makes me wonder if the naacp has black
mail against the indigo girls or something....i can see how they'd want
the flag to come down, but why go so far as to join the naacp in a
boycott of our state?

sharon >>


how about because they asked the naacp how they could show their support with
the decision to take down the flag and the naacp asked them to join the
boycott.  why is that so hard to believe?

indi

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hey yall...

my parents are *both* tuesday's children...and i'm a
thursday!  i'm not so sure i have so far to go...or
maybe i used to and now i'm just closer to being
'there'...ha.  i cant belive my parents are tuesdays
children...ha!

take it easy,
sunny

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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... =)
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hello -

i'm looking for the people who were talking about a
bike ride a couple months ago - i believe it was
starting in florida???  in august???  i cant remember
all the details...and i know i've been sent the info
before - but all of a sudden it seems possible and i'd
love to see the info again!

i just bought a kickass road bike on friday!  a terry
symmetry!  woo hoo (terry bikes...designed esp for
women!  woo hoo).


thanks in advace!
take it easy,
sunnnnnnnyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!

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hi y'all...

just wondering, i'm searching ticketmaster, and not seeing the june 16th
date that the ig website has listed, and am getting kind of worried.....
should i be? or is it just not showing up yet?

  -- sarahemm

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hey!

so i see that the girls will be playing summerfest in milwaukee.  does anyone know anything about the ticket/onsale information?  any help would be appreciated!  thanks in advance!

:-) karen

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>from the new park entertainment e-mail list:

indigo girls
mann music center, philadelphia
june 9
tickets on sale 4/28

i'm guessing that more info will eventually be able to found at
www.newparkent.com or www.ticketmaster.com.

andi
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hey folks,

here's the info on the video, from the epic url ryan posted...

-sherlyn

---begin forwarded information---
                live at the fillmore, denver,
                november 20, 1999
                release date: jul 4, 2000
                track listing for vhs cassette
                longform
                (ev 050225)

                1. go
                2. trouble
                3. land of canaan
                4. peace tonight
                5. sister
                6. get out the map
                7. scooter boys
                8. cold beer and remote control
                9. compromise
                10. closer to fine
                11. power of two
                12. shed your skin
                13. soon be to nothing
                14. least complicated
                15. faye tucker
                16. shame on you
                17. philosophy of loss
                18. galileo

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> how about because they asked the naacp how they could show their support with
> the decision to take down the flag and the naacp asked them to join the
> boycott.

on the daemon records site, in the message board, "the lady" says they are working on a statement about their decision, but that it's issues such as farms and stuff like that.  it almost sounded as if these other issues were what were most influential in the ig decision.

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here is the information from the zoo website:

single concert tickets go on sale thursday, june 1 at the minnesota zoo
from 5 - 8 pm for walk-up only. no phone orders will be accepted at the
zoo until friday, june 2. single concert tickets can also be purchased
at all ticketmaster outlets starting at noon on june 1.

the girls will be playing both dates, thu june 22 & fri june 23 at the
zoo.


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just thought id share this wierd news bit from my info beat email news!
hehehe:) btw, i remeber someone here said they were an emloyee at duke and i
was wonderin if that person or anyone at duke here could check out today
(tomorrows if necesaary) chronicle...ig plays tomorrow for last day classes
bash and the info should be in an ad in the print edition. (not online)
anway, ill try to swing by duke after werk if no one has access, but just in
case im not able i thought id ask another person to pick one up as well!!
thanks :) if all goes right my gf and i will be at duke to see our
girls!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wheeeww heeww!!

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sorry..here is the wierd news!! still wakin up!!

latest rights

                           among the february reform recommendations
submitted to the home office by the
                          british gay rights organization outrage (in its
effort to end different treatment of
                          heterosexuals and homosexuals) was a proposal
urging that the government legalize sex in
                          public restroom cubicles.

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hehehe...this stuff cracks me up!! like emily says, "you gotta laugh at
yourself..." (ourselves etc.)

n march, the new haven register reported on tufts university student carl
sciortino
                          jr.'s recent campaign to persuade the school to
allow gays and lesbians to have roommates
                          of the opposite sex. according to sciortino,
forcing same-sex roommates on gays could
                          lead them to develop romantic feelings toward
their roommates, which would interfere with
                          their schoolwork. some local gay and lesbian
leaders do not support sciortino, fearing that
                          his argument undermines the cause of gays' serving
openly in the military.
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just wanted to let all who did not know or had not listened to "jesus chrsit
superstar: a ressurection" release from (?)'94(ish), it is an amazing double
album!!!!! i love andrew lloyd weber's music anway, (cats, le mis, starlight
express, phantom of the opera, etc) and this rendetion is the most amazing
recording of this play!! wow is it exilerating! even if your not a christian
per say, the music, enthusiasm, talent, and of course..especially the
musicians...aka. jesus is amy ray!! and emily is mary magdilin!!!! when amy
sings, i hear jesus!! she has an extraodinary voice and it is absolutly
perfect for this show!!!! amy and emily have a duet together (jeusus and
mary magdilin) and i forget the name of it! ahhh!! anway, it says who is
signing beside all the songs, so look for the names "jesus and mary
magdilin" next to the song!! (i think its the last song on disc one. the cds
are in my car, sorry!!) it is unbelievabley beautiful!! it is clear how
their voices blend so effortlessly in this song!!i wish had lived in atlanta
(where it was performed and taped!!) and could have seen it live!! i have
heard the orginal jc superstar, and its great, dont get me wrong, but this
version, woa!! i love it!! if ya dont have and ya want it, you can get it
through dameons website as well as most any places on and offline!! its one
of my favorite albums ever, and im not usually one for soundracks!! every
one of those musicians are amazing on that disc set!! i just thought id
share!! have a wonderful day!!

cara

.........................."take this cup away from me, i don't want to taste
its poison, feel it burn me"....................................
                             amy ray - jc superstar


>from: claudine lapsky <claudine@ukonline.co.uk>
>reply-to: claudine lapsky <claudine@ukonline.co.uk>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: new notes from amy
>date: sun, 23 apr 2000 17:07:13 +0100
>
>happy easter everybody!
>
>here's the new notes from amy at the daemon site:
>
>daemon records: d.o.b 1990
>
>what does it mean to be around for ten years? well, if you're a
>ten-year-old
>indie label in the year 2000, you've seen a lot of changes. the
>telecommunications act of 1996 symbolized the worst of them. the large
>mergers of radio stations that ensued flushed away any lingering diversity
>and opportunity on the radio waves. deregulation reflected the times as
>record companies, retail outlets, distributors, and concert promoters lost
>their identities to corporate conglomerations. thanks to our neo-liberal,
>profit-driven globalized government, bigger is better in the biggest way
>ever. so how did this affect daemon records? when my adventures in the
>music
>underground started, it was 1985 and i was in the indigo girls, putting out
>our records on our own label. we got signed to a major label in 1988 and
>two
>years later daemon records was born. at the time, college radio was just
>starting to be exploited by opportunistic major labels, but there was still
>air space available and bands enjoyed consistent support by the college
>radio sector. now, indie bands dodge major label promotions-and they range
>from free sweat pants with the newest hipster band to plane tickets to some
>priceless rock god show-and then find themselves competing against major
>label bands for what little airspace is available. the hip factor of the
>independent scene was commodified as soon as the secret of college air play
>was discovered. ten years ago, there were still a good many honest-to-god
>indie distributors and independent labels who were still self-governing and
>self sufficient. now, small labels and distributors struggle to stay afloat
>as they swim in the corporate owned waters, constantly tempted by the
>lifeboat of buyout clauses and exclusive profit-driven deals. it's hard to
>keep up with who owns who or say what really qualifies as indie anymore. by
>the strictest definition, daemon is independent. we have struggled through
>many years to maintain our autonomous place in the industry despite our
>musically diverse and devoutly unhip tendencies. we have resisted advice to
>become a niche-driven label, because we find our greatest pleasure in
>discovering and supporting all styles of music, from folk to punk. sexism
>was a factor when we began and it still is. homophobia is as well, but
>these
>two usually come hand in hand. (when i started daemon, there wasn't really
>a
>riot grrrl scene. even after riot grrrl developed, it took a long time to
>get down to the south.) as an indigo girl, i have lots of experience
>dealing
>with the alienation that comes with being a political, lesbian, woman
>musician and the ghettoizing of any band or label that is willing to give
>parity to women musicians and revolutionary ideas. my goal for daemon is to
>provide a reliable, community-based infrastructure for musicians to create
>and distribute recorded projects and learn how the industry works. we
>operate as a not for profit co-op with business practices that will ideally
>lead to coalition-building within the underground and a strengthening of
>the
>community. for instance:
>
>*we bank at a credit union instead of a bank and we use a socially
>conscious
>investment firm *we patronize non-corporate businesses such as co-op
>printing companies or mom and pop record stores
>*we use all environmentally responsible materials from posters to t-shirts
>*our website supports a number of activist causes and serves as a place for
>dialogue about current events
>*our artist are expected to give a minimum of fifteen hours of labor for
>the
>label
>*daemon reaches out to other independent labels, sharing databases and
>resources with other bands and record companies, and sponsoring arts events
>and all ages shows that include non-daemon artists.
>
>in a decade, daemon has put out over forty releases. while some of them
>have
>found their way to obscurity, none of them are a waste of shelf space or
>time. our first release was the melodic punk band ellen james society. they
>helped put us on the map, selling over ten thousand records. gerard mchugh,
>terri binion, kristen hall, and rose polenzani put out acoustic records
>that
>exemplify daemon's emphasis on superior song writing. danielle howle,
>punker
>and story teller, defines our range of musical styles. daemon reintroduced
>the legendary punk/new-wave icon, holly beth vincent (formerly of holly and
>the italians) with her then band, the oblivious. other daemon punks include
>the alabama garage band three finger cowboy, the reverb-drenched
>rockateens,
>and the bad-ass kids 6x. meanwhile, jesus christ superstar: a resurrection
>featured over 150 georgia musicians and raised over fifty thousand dollars
>to fight against gun violence. honor combined the efforts of native and
>non-native artists to raise over forty thousand dollars and benefited
>indigenous environmental activism. our latest venture into hip hop, trip
>hop, and acid jazz have resulted in releases by justin hale, ph balance,
>and
>mrs. fun (respectively). there are many more cool records in our catalogue
>and each one serves the purpose of artistic expression and rebellion in a
>world that certainly needs it. daemon's sense of community and political
>activism came out of something intangible and organic, and has grown
>through
>the years to become the very
>foundation of the label. daemon is a sum of all its past and present
>bands-their activism, their creative notions, their music, their
>personalities, and their communities. at ten years of age, we embrace the
>challenges and changes that have brought us this far, and we look forward
>to
>ten more years of music and revolution-and evolution.
>
>
>-amy ray
>
>enjoy,
>
>claudine
>
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cara klein wrote:
>
> just wanted to let all who did not know or had not listened to "jesus chrsit
> superstar: a ressurection" release from (?)'94(ish), it is an amazing double
> album!!!!! i love andrew lloyd weber's music anway,

        *snip*

for once, just once, i'd love to have people realize that jcs is not "an
andrew lloyd weber musical."  it is the product of a very tight
collaboration between alw and tim rice, and is best described as a
weber/rice (or rice/weber) show.  it's like mentioning only richard
rodgers and leaving oscar hammerstein ii completely out of the picture.
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"for once, just once, i'd love to have people realize that jcs is not "an
andrew lloyd weber musical."  it is the product of a very tight
collaboration between alw and tim rice, and is best described as a
weber/rice (or rice/weber) show.  it's like mentioning only richard
rodgers and leaving oscar hammerstein ii completely out of the picture.
--
graham ames"

surprise surprise..someone else who knows the difference and the importance to giving creative acknowledgment to those who deserve it...i must say i love this set....i got to see the original many many years ago on stage thanks to my older sister,...she enjoys the collection now as well.
sparkie

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vermont gay union bill is approved

updated 1:17 pm et april 25, 2000
by ross sneyd, associated press writer  montpelier, vt. (ap) - a bill
granting gay and lesbian couples all the benefits of marriage through civil
unions, the first of its kind in the nation, won final approval today.  the
final house vote was 79-68. gov. howard dean has promised to sign the bill
and may do so by the end of the week. the first civil unions ceremonies
could take place after july 1.  "the granting of the equal protections of
the law by providing the legal protections, benefits and responsibilities
that flow from marriage will not diminish your humanity, your dignity, your
freedom or independence," house judiciary committee chairman thomas little
said.  "the continued denial of these legal protections, benefits and
responsibilities to a small but vulnerable class of vermont's citizens
diminishes their humanity, dignity, freedom and independence," he said.

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>>i love andrew lloyd weber's music anway,
>
>         *snip*
>
> for once, just once, i'd love to have people realize that jcs
is not "an andrew lloyd weber musical."

she never said it wasn't. she said she loves andrew lloyd
weber's music. which, considering his collaborations with
numerous lyricists over the years (tim rice, jim steinman,
richard stilgoe, t.s. eliot, elmer fudd) is a fair enough
statement.

however, she quoted as an example of this les miserables which
has no lloyd weber involvement whatsoever (the connection is
perhaps producer cameron mackintosh).

so nyeeeh...

smugly

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guess we can all move to vermont now if we want to get "married!"
wwwhheeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwww hhhhheeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!!:) its about time!
maybe more states will follow ey?? would be nice!! if you want more info on
this breaking news from cnn, follow the link!! :) yippiee!!!1 :)

cara

-- vermont legislation granting gay and lesbian couples all
the benefits of marriage through civil unions -- the first of
its kind in the nation -- has won final approval.


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ok ok! sorry!! didt mean to lite anyones fire here! :) at least i was partly
right ey? i got half of the two person colabaration! thank you for the
insight! i didnt know that! :) have a super day!!

cara


>from: graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
>reply-to: hippybear@bigfoot.com
>to: cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
>cc: indigo-girls@netspace.org
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>date: tue, 25 apr 2000 10:41:57 -0700
>
>cara klein wrote:
> >
> > just wanted to let all who did not know or had not listened to "jesus
>chrsit
> > superstar: a ressurection" release from (?)'94(ish), it is an amazing
>double
> > album!!!!! i love andrew lloyd weber's music anway,
>
>       *snip*
>
>for once, just once, i'd love to have people realize that jcs is not "an
>andrew lloyd weber musical."  it is the product of a very tight
>collaboration between alw and tim rice, and is best described as a
>weber/rice (or rice/weber) show.  it's like mentioning only richard
>rodgers and leaving oscar hammerstein ii completely out of the picture.
>--
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>http://www.oregontrail.net/~mcgee/
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yes......that would be fine but my g/f pointed out that it snows in vermont and that would meet her definition of hell.....she is a az native....desert rat while i love the snow......oh well...maybe az will catch on ...sparkie

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this is the practise known as cottaging in the uk : very common in some
areas of the uk gay community. never tried it myself : for one thing, i've
seen the state of a lot of our restrooms....

john.

at 06:59 25/04/00 -0700, cara wrote:
>sorry..here is the wierd news!! still wakin up!!
>
>
>
>latest rights
>
>                           among the february reform recommendations
>submitted to the home office by the
>                          british gay rights organization outrage (in its
>effort to end different treatment of
>                          heterosexuals and homosexuals) was a proposal
>urging that the government legalize sex in
>                          public restroom cubicles.

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i think most states will be in line with this same thing in the next 5 or 10 years.  i hope so, anyway!  this is all we needed to get the ball rolling.  :)  my g/f and i have been speaking of marriage in our future and hopefully we'll be living in a state that recognizes it as legal one day.  :)  it's so amazing that this is happening in our lifetimes.  :)  i'll probably be able to legally marry the girl of my dreams.  :)

amanda

p.s.:  this issue reminds me so much of other civil rights issues of the past.  and i am so confident and giddy about the future of gay rights.

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hi!

i found the tracklisting for this new album at amazon.com:

track listings

1. mama i'm strange - melissa etheridge
2. que sera, sera - doris day
3. wild wicked wanda - johnny legend
4. something in the air - thunderclap newman
5. share the land - the guess who
6. joy to the world - three dog night
7. it's only make believe - glen campbell
8. i'd love you to want me - lobo
9. use me - bill withers
10. i'm a fool to care - joe barry
11. samba pa ti - cj vanston
12. lean on me - bill withers
13. closer to fine - indigo girls
14. pas d'histoires - eddie palmieri
15. sisters are doin' it for themselves - the eurythmics
16. thank you - dido
17. this will be (an everlasting love) - natalie cole

~claudine

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hi again.  not usually one for multiple posts, but thought this might be of
interest...

>from ani d's righteous reader:

the hits just keep on comin'
next up in record land is the long-awaited 'til we outnumber 'em, a live
album on which the likes of billy bragg, ani d, ramblin' jack elliott, arlo
guthrie, indigo girls, david pirner, and bruce springsteen play the songs of
woody guthrie, with additional spoken passages by tim robbins and a whole
bunch o' woody friends and scholars. profits benefit the rock and roll hall
of fame and museum's educational foundation (the hall of fame sponsored the
concert, by the way) and the woody guthrie archives. in stores may 23, 2000;
you can start placing advance orders online in early may.

i then found the tracklisting at amazon who are selling it for $13.99:

track listings

1. hard travellin' hootenanny - all severance cast
2. 1913 massacre - jack elliott
3. against the law - billy bragg
4. riding in my car - bruce springsteen
5. pretty boy floyd - dave pirner
6. do re mi - ani difranco
7. dust storm disaster - arlo guthrie
8. plane wreck at los gatos (deportees) - bruce springsteen
9. ramblin' round - indigo girls & ani difranco
10. born naked - tim robbins
11. talking dust bowl - ramblin' jack elliott
12. til we outnumber them (a.k.a. this land is your land) - all severance
cast
13. payback - peter glazer
14. regular fires - arlo guthrie
15. free in every moment - arlo guthrie
16. change the moment - arlo guthrie
17. what a song is - fred hellerman
18. it ain't about bein' perfect - craig werner
19. does music change the world? - country joe mcdonald

personally, the tracklisting doesn't sound all that exciting, but then
that's never stopped me buying an album just for one ig song.

~claudine

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you think the cd set for jcs is good - buy the video! my friend just got the
video this weekend and it's absolutely hilarious :) i just love amy as
jesus...

lol.

lisa

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where can you get a copy of it.......must have....thanks....sparkie

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hey...

so i've now finished compiling indicated iv onto one very fine disc, but i
have some wonderful tracks leftover - i was thinking of putting them on a
second disc with the best of indicateds past. everybody needs to hear the
awesome version of strange fire that violet did on the first indicated, but
what else?

not wanting to be completely dictatorial about it, if you have any favourite
tracks then drop me a (private) email and i'll take any suggestions into
consideration :o)

neil
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hi,
does anyone know when tickets go on sale for the june 11th show in boston???
thanks, jen   =)

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> does anyone know when tickets go on sale for the june 11th show in
boston???
> thanks, jen   =)

they went on sale friday 14 april via ticketmaster (i got mine!).

ruth

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hey all. don't know if this was posted or not, but i was searching for
soundtracks and found this out. not too much info, but i can't wait.
found this at cdnow:

if these walls could talk 2 (soundtrack): soundtrack
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   cd  $12.99
list $ 16.97

expected release date: may 09, 2000
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tape  $9.99
list $ 10.98

expected release date: may 09, 2000
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date: may 9, 2000
label: jellybean
category: soundtrack

etheridge/indigo girls/cole day/eurythmics/three dog night


jessie

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actually, nothing that i said in my post was intended directly to you... you
only got it personally because i accidentally hit reply to all.  it wasn't
intended to be a personal attack.  (i apologize for appearing to have been
an attack.) and no, i don't recall saying that i was glad the flag was
coming down.  i wonder if my roomie has been getting into my email again.

by the way, to everyone who thinks i sounded hostile, well i was feeling
hostile when i wrote that little missive.  i'm a little calmer now, but my
opinions are unchanged.

~~rainne
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she'd be yoko ono bono.
think about it.
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date: monday, april 24, 2000 6:45 pm
subject: re: sc flag/ig conspiracy!


><<i am born-and-bred southern and the confederate flag is not a symbol of
>racism.>>
>
>this southern grrl respectfully disagrees. (yes, i was born and raised and
>continue to live in the south. surprised?)

<respectfully snipped>

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is anyone else getting a repeat of posts from the past few days?? it is really weird!!
just want to know if it is me----or the ig server. thanks, meg

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subject:      nigc - equality rocks to be webcast....
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read it on www.yack.com - no ig - but kd and me...


mike r.

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if anyone booted either or both of these shows i'd be willing to make a trade.
let me know

michelle

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hello -

i'm looking for the people who were talking about a
bike ride a couple months ago - i believe it was
starting in florida???  in august???  i cant remember
all the details...and i know i've been sent the info
before - but all of a sudden it seems possible and i'd
love to see the info again!

i just bought a kickass road bike on friday!  a terry
symmetry!  woo hoo (terry bikes...designed esp for
women!  woo hoo).


thanks in advace!
take it easy,
sunnnnnnnyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!

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hey yall...

my parents are *both* tuesday's children...and i'm a
thursday!  i'm not so sure i have so far to go...or
maybe i used to and now i'm just closer to being
'there'...ha.  i cant belive my parents are tuesdays
children...ha!

take it easy,
sunny

--- shannon curnutte <shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu>
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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... =)
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i think it's reasonable to say that this has gotten out of control. i'm sick
of reading this none too friendly back and forth when it's obviously getting
personal and not suited for a public forum. it started off as an exchange of
ideas and now it has crossed the line into slander and assumptions. there
are at least three sides to every story and amy and emily's take on the flag
issue is obviously only one of them, and there are mroe issues not even
mentioned. pick up a good european history text and look at all the other
sides of the civil war when you add on another continent's perspective. and
please, either stop the personal attacks or move it to private e-mail.

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does anyone know where i can read a list of the glama
winners?  (not listen to the broadcast)  i don't
believe noone's posted the winners to the list
yet--are we getting lazy folks?  ;)

i do know luscious jackson won best pop recording for
nervous breakthrough yippee congratulations to them!

me


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what is the mystery - ig played denver in 1990 - 10/21/90 - the show was fm
b'cast and part of it is on shades...

1994 red rocks is a legendary fm (unless you have the pre fm soundboard that
sounds better than the souce for 1200 curfews ghost)

and they are releasing a video of denver from last year...not like i am
complaining...

so who is burning it to cdr first????


mike r.

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the simon and garfunkel song i couldn't remember was "bookends."  "time it
was, it was a time of photographs...."

i believe it is in the last scene of "the graduate," when they are leaving on
the bus.

(and, thank god i found that cd!!)

would love to see the girls cover that song.

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yep, old messages are getting recycled! hope it gets fixed soon, too
confusing...

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in a message dated 4/24/00 12:57:04 am eastern daylight time,
indi5479@yahoo.com writes:

<< but the whole indigo girls thing makes me wonder if the naacp has black
mail against the indigo girls or something....i can see how they'd want
the flag to come down, but why go so far as to join the naacp in a
boycott of our state?

sharon >>


how about because they asked the naacp how they could show their support with
the decision to take down the flag and the naacp asked them to join the
boycott.  why is that so hard to believe?
date:       sun, 30 apr 2000 12:28:01 +0000
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to: underdog@earthlink.net


indi

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meg merwin wrote:
>
> is anyone else getting a repeat of posts from the past few days?? it is really weird!!
> just want to know if it is me----or the ig server. thanks, meg
>

it's probably you.

just kidding.  i'm getting repeats too.

elaine

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hey all!
i have a coupla questions:

1. i've been a girls fan for few years but i just joined the mailing list
about a month ago. i was just wondering how long this mailing list has been
active and how long some of you faithful fans have been members. i'm curious
to know who thinks they have subscribed the longest! :)

2. does anyone know the latest info on the 6/3 chastain show? are they
supposed to go on sale through ticketmaster this saturday like someone had
mentioned? help!

thanks y'all!
megan


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"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while." - e.s.

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from the may 9 issue of the advocate:

"... considering how springfield adored black female soul singers, it's
poetically just that three of the best cuts are by sistahs:  laura love
romps through a countrified 'son of a preacher man'; the tonight show with
jay leno's percussionist-vocalist vicki randle turns 'wishin' and hopin''
into a wink-wink reggae version (she doesn't really want to wear her hair
'just for him'); and david bowie's bassist-backing vocalist gail ann dorsey
does a deep-voiced old-school rendition of the big ballad 'losing you'...
indigo girls are earnest but dull on dusty's anti-war folk song 'broken
blossoms' (written by her brother tom)."

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woo! metallica and ig in the same article ;)


new speedway snags metallica tour

the new kentucky speedway is already making its mark on the rock 'n' roll
map - even before it opens as a premier nascar track.

metallica will headline a concert at the new speedway july 8, according to
the band's publicist.

also on the daylong headbanger bill are korn, kid rock, powerhouse 5000
and system of a down. ticket information is not yet available, but
cleveland-based promoter belkin productions is expected to make an
announcement about the concert early next week.

***snip***

indigo rally: the indigo girls - amy ray and emily saliers - will
headline the second night at pepsi jammin' on main may 13, but their
presence will be felt in town the day before.  the two will bring their
own brand of political activism to the university of cincinnati may 12 as
part of the spitfire tour, a free-speech gathering of musicians, activists
and poets.

also appearing will be gay activist tracey conaty and julia ''butterfly''
hill, the environmentalist who lived in a california redwood tree to
prevent it from being cut down.

the spitfire affair is more political polemic than music concert, but the
indigos are expected to perform. the zimmer auditorium event is free, but
uc students will get seating preference in the 700-seat auditorium.

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"we cower in our shelters
our hands over our ears
lloyd weber's awful stuff
runs for years and years and years...
an earthquake hits the theatre
but the operetta lingers
then the piano lid comes down
and breaks his fucking fingers
...it's a miracle."
--roger waters, from the 1994 epic release, amused to death.

correct me if i'm wrong, but alw doesn't write lyrics, just endlessly
rearranges puccini's greatest hits.

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date:         tue, 25 apr 2000 19:14:02 -0600
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may 5th at 7 pm a room of one's own will host an evening of theoretical
theatre. written and directed by sarah terez rosenblum, this original
trio of theatrical pieces both glorifies and skewers aspects of lesbian
culture and identity. featured actors include martha zitlow recently
seen in "the vagina monologues," and sterling jones, a four year veteran of
"the lesbian variety show." if you don't come for the
theory, come for the girls.


if anyone wants more information (for example exact address or other
details),wants to chastize me for abusing this list for personal purposes,
or to berate me for my deviant lifestyle, please feel free to e-mail me.
hope to see you at the show!!!
--sarah

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date:         tue, 25 apr 2000 17:15:43 -0700
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woah, did i miss something?  what is this pepsi on main thing may 13.
info please.
thanx
denise


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daemon has the jcs video and believe me, it's worth the $15 just to see amy
being fanned by female servants and em all "dolled" up :)

lisa

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hi folks,

a couple of things;

when quoting text in replies to the list, please remember to delete all
unnecessary text.

please remember to either turn off personal sigs or keep them under six
lines of text.

lastly, please remember to keep nigc posting to a minimum.  this list is
to discuss the music of the indigo girls - please keep this in mind.

thanks.

jen lucero
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ps  the double posting does appear to be listserv related - i'm looking
into it.

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<<i am born-and-bred southern and the confederate flag
is not a symbol
of
racism.>>

<<and i will also point out - again - that the war was
not fought over
slavery, it was fought over economic matters.>>

we were discussing this in history class today and i
thought i would offer some of what we discussed here.
the civil war was fought over states' rights more than
anything else, yes, but the right that the southern
states were tring to practice was slavery.

the flag itself. the confederate flag that is part of
both the south carolina and georgia state flags is not
one of the flags that the confederacy used to
distinguish itself politically from the united states.
it is the battle flag that the confederate troops used
to distinuish themseves from the us troops on the
battlefield. the use of the battle flag rather than
one of the confederate political flags is interesting.
you can't deny that that it carries militant
connotations. another thing that we can't deny is that
what the flag means today is very different than what
it meant during the civil war. during the civil rights
movement, the kkk and similar groups reclaimed the
confederate flag as symbols of racism and white
supremacy. it is also neccessary to keep in mind that
both sc and ga incorporated the confederate flag as
part of their state flags in the 1960s during the
civil rights movement. it is hard to deny that these
actions were reactionary racist responces to the black
civil rights movement. why else would these states
decide incorporate the confederate flag just then? a
sudden resurgence of confederate pride? it's obviously
a racist reaction to the civil rights movement.

though i'm not black or originally from the south, i'm
deeply offended by it and know many others who feel
the same way.

love to all,
julie :);):)
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whats next, ellian gonzalez!!!!

sorry for the out burst


joe

brooklyn, ny

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i agree, could  we pleae take the subject  to egroups or something?
it's been going on for
awhile, and while some of it's been enlightening, (no offense intended
but) it's becoming a dead horse.

peace

barb

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yes  that's right, i was just  at the daemon site
and  as part of their ten year anniversary celebration,  they put
together a 45 minute video documentary.  it's  under notes from amy.
(btw it includes a ten minute interview  with her of course)

just thought you would all like to know.   oh yes,  before i go,  here
is a request
from amy,
(from her notes at daemon)

<<if you come across record stores that should be carrying our stuff
(meanig it could be potentially sold there and not be returned to us)
please email the stores to us.>>

i'm not sure exactly what that means (stores that should be carrying our
stuff)   i think she means she wants to find out what stores are selling
daemon products without gving daemon a share in the profits?  anyway  i
will
contact daemon about places i know are selling.

peace

barb

ps  she also requested anyone interested in reviewing  recordings,
articles for zines etc.  contact daemo.

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at 01:05 am 4/26/2000 -0500, barbara bordner wrote:
><<if you come across record stores that should be carrying our stuff
>(meanig it could be potentially sold there and not be returned to us)
>please email the stores to us.>>
>
>i'm not sure exactly what that means (stores that should be carrying our
>stuff)   i think she means she wants to find out what stores are selling
>daemon products without gving daemon a share in the profits?  anyway  i
>will contact daemon about places i know are selling.

i think by this she means if you know of any stores that are not carrying
daemon products, but cater to the right market to do so, let them
know.  then they could contact the store and see if they want to sell
daemon stuff... the thing about stuff being returned to them means that
they only want to hear about stores that actually get the right audience
and would be able to sell the stuff, rather than shelving it for a while
and then sending it back...

shannon

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hi all,

i'm new to the list. my name is andrea kuppe and my english isn't so good.
so if you cannot understand, please ask. i come from germany/ bremen.

i'm an ig fan since several years. here in germany i don't know much other
people who also loves the music of the indigo girls. since about a week i'm
subscribed to the list and fascinated of all the news (included the
political informations about iwf...).

i would be so happy to see emily and amy live, but i don't know whether or
when they come to europe. can anybody tell me?

and: are there any other ig fans on the list from europe or germany? i would
like to have contact. do you know where i can get bootlegs and other stuff?

thanks
andrea

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hkf's,

the second show that was originally only on sale through that
chastain-series-crapola will soon be on sale via ticketbastard!  the
information is below and remember that most of the good seats are already
gone at this point.  i'm guessing maybe even row aa might be the best
available for this point in time.

chastain park amphitheatre
location:  atlanta, ga
date and time:  saturday, june 03, 2000 7:30pm
charge by phone #:  404-249-6400
internet onsale: saturday, april 29, 2000, 10:00am

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no, it means stores where daemon stuff would actually sell and not end up
being returned for lack of sales. for example, sometimes people say "there's
a great store in my town - they should carry daemon music." and they email
daemon and give them all the contact info. in actuality, it is a hardcore
store or sells mostly religious music, whatever. you get the picture. the
daemon merch obviously won't sell there and has to be returned. this is a
pain in the ass for a small indie label.

;-)


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date: wed, 26 apr 2000 01:05:12 -0500

yes  that's right, i was just  at the daemon site
and  as part of their ten year anniversary celebration,  they put
together a 45 minute video documentary.  it's  under notes from amy.
(btw it includes a ten minute interview  with her of course)

just thought you would all like to know.   oh yes,  before i go,  here
is a request
  from amy,
(from her notes at daemon)

<<if you come across record stores that should be carrying our stuff
(meanig it could be potentially sold there and not be returned to us)
please email the stores to us.>>

i'm not sure exactly what that means (stores that should be carrying our
stuff)   i think she means she wants to find out what stores are selling
daemon products without gving daemon a share in the profits?  anyway  i
will
contact daemon about places i know are selling.

peace

barb

ps  she also requested anyone interested in reviewing  recordings,
articles for zines etc.  contact daemo.

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i was searching through some tour dates and i found a freakin' ticket broker
page - otherwise known as a dirty scalper (imo).  i just e-mailed both the
broker and the page where they came from because of the astronomical prices
they were asking for tix's to the 6/3 chastain show.  i have to admit, as
any crazed ig fan, my heart skipped a beat when i saw these good seats
available - but then when i realized it was a broker's page and i read the
price they were asking - then my premature excitement rose to a brimming sea
of anger.  (wow, i feel like a famous writer all of a sudden ;)

in any case i want to echo the sentiments that someone did previously about
the chastain shows.  there are two shows, 6/2 & 6/3, and there are certainly
extras floating around.  plus the 6/2 will be a much better show since it
was done outside that chastain concert series and there will be many more of
the real fans at this first show.  so i urge you to check this list, check
the newsgroup and check the lots around the show really early - you'll
certainly find some extras and you certainly won't have to pay hundreds of
dollars for a single ticket.  i know i'm never going to pay that.  see you
there!

that's it.  thanks for listening.

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hey all,

let's do remember that while this is wonderful, and a great step in the
right direction, vermont has not legalized same-sex marriages.  they
have made a provision for civil unions which grants most but not all of
the same priveleges as marraige, and they have made it very clear that
the term "marraige" is to be reserved for heterosexual unions only.

i'm not knocking vermont, my father lives there and i love the state.
but i still think we should be pushing for more.  this is another
"separate but equal" thing and i'm not entirely happy with the outcome
of vermont's bill.

kudos to those vermonters and all the grass roots activists that got us
this far... but i think even they will agree that we can go still
farther in our quest for equality.

my two cents ;)

jean


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> i think most states will be in line with this same thing in the next
> 5 or 10 years.  i hope so, anyway!  this is all we needed to get the
> ball rolling.  :)  my g/f and i have been speaking of marriage in our
> future and hopefully we'll be living in a state that recognizes it as
> legal one day.  :)  it's so amazing that this is happening in our
> lifetimes.  :)  i'll probably be able to legally marry the girl of my
> dreams.  :)
>
> amanda
>
> p.s.:  this issue reminds me so much of other civil rights issues of
> the past.  and i am so confident and giddy about the future of gay
> rights.
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me too.  i thought i was imagining things...

meg merwin wrote:

> is anyone else getting a repeat of posts from the past few days?? it is really weird!!
> just want to know if it is me----or the ig server. thanks, meg
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jean moses wrote:
>
> hey all,
>
> let's do remember that while this is wonderful, and a great step in the
> right direction, vermont has not legalized same-sex marriages.  they
> have made a provision for civil unions which grants most but not all of
> the same priveleges as marraige,

i agree, while it is an immense step in the right direction, we should
not settle for this alone, and have to keep at it.
now, anyone know what it does not provide that a hetero union would?
i know that the privileges aren't the same, but in what ways is it
different?  anyone know?

> kudos to those vermonters and all the grass roots activists that got us
> this far... but i think even they will agree that we can go still
> farther in our quest for equality.

yes.  kudos, but still a long way.  it will be achieved, but i think not
for about 15-20 years.  that's my guess, and i hope i'm wrong.

elaine

elaine
>
> my two cents ;)
>
> jean
>
> --- abbett@aol.com wrote:
> > i think most states will be in line with this same thing in the next
> > 5 or 10 years.  i hope so, anyway!  this is all we needed to get the
> > ball rolling.  :)  my g/f and i have been speaking of marriage in our
> > future and hopefully we'll be living in a state that recognizes it as
> > legal one day.  :)  it's so amazing that this is happening in our
> > lifetimes.  :)  i'll probably be able to legally marry the girl of my
> > dreams.  :)
> >
> > amanda
> >
> > p.s.:  this issue reminds me so much of other civil rights issues of
> > the past.  and i am so confident and giddy about the future of gay
> > rights.
> >
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woa i hit a nerve! i didnt mean to get into this alw bashing fest! :) its
intersting how music critics love to hate alw, but "his" plays (whether or
not he himself did them or collaberated on them)  influence on the broadway
scene and musicals in general are almost unparrell. im not saying he is the
best ever, in fact i really dont know much in this area. im just saying i
love jcss and many of "his" other projects! he didnt "write" cats, ts elliot
did, but "his" compilation of those poems and "his" other works were
incredible and spawned some of the most memorable songs in our history, just
my opinion!  im really sorry that i got some ppl up in arms! i dont claim to
be an expert on musicals, composers, or alw! i just love jcs, cats,  phantom
(love the music, never saw the play!), and starlight express! my only point
to this whole thing was amy, emily, and others ga musicians rendition of jcs
was extraodinary! :) i really am sorry about my incorrect info! :) have a
superific day!! :)

cara
:)


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>date: tue, 25 apr 2000 19:38:14 edt
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>"we cower in our shelters
>our hands over our ears
>lloyd weber's awful stuff
>runs for years and years and years...
>an earthquake hits the theatre
>but the operetta lingers
>then the piano lid comes down
>and breaks his fucking fingers
>...it's a miracle."
>--roger waters, from the 1994 epic release, amused to death.
>
>correct me if i'm wrong, but alw doesn't write lyrics, just endlessly
>rearranges puccini's greatest hits.
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>1. i've been a girls fan for few years but i just joined the mailing list
>about a month ago. i was just wondering how long this mailing list has been
>active and how long some of you faithful fans have been members. i'm
curious
>to know who thinks they have subscribed the longest! :)


well, i've been around since 1995, off and on, mostly on.  i think the list
was 3 or 4 years old when i joined.  the hot topic of discussion was, "who
is it that actually says, 'moo' in 1200 curfews?"  i maintain to this day,
it's emily emily emily!  i got started trading bootlegs on this list, thanks
mainly to jude and a few other kind friends, and since then i've started
prolly 50 or so people, trading blanks.  but i'm pretty much out of the
"mass producing" bootleg business, since a) i'm in grad. school and i don't
have time, and b) i don't have a cd burner, and most good boot trading seems
to be going in that direction.

anyhoo, i'm rambling.  anyone else?
chris ii

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> >1. i've been a girls fan for few years but i just joined the mailing list
> >about a month ago. i was just wondering how long this mailing list has been
> >active and how long some of you faithful fans have been members. i'm
> curious
> >to know who thinks they have subscribed the longest! :)
>

i joined the original ig list, hosted at mit, in september 1990. i think
the list has been through two or three servers and about half a dozen
owners since then.

in two days, i'll mark the 10th anniversary of my first ig concert.  one of
these days i need to sit down and figure out just how many shows i've seen.

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sharon b. wrote (in part):

> ... but i kind of disagree with the boycott
>because i really think it's the wrong way to go about
>trying to make a change.
>
>well, now this whole flag business has made a
>connection with the indigo girls.  like i said, i
>think the flag should be taken down, but why do the
>indigo girls have to cancel a show because of it?  why
>can't they just play the show and say "this show is
>dedicated to the movement to bring down the
>confederate flag from atop the south carolina state
>house."  or something like that.  wouldn't that pull
>in even more support for the movement?  why make their
>fans who totally agree with them suffer because of the
>stubborness of those who want the flag to stay up?
>just makes me wonder about the whole conspiracy theory
>when it comes to the indigo girls and south
>carolina....  first they aren't allowed to play at my
>old high school, so they start playing fewer shows
>here...and now they cancel shows because of the stupid
>flag....
>....thinking of moving soon.....
>....seriously thinking of moving soon..... ;-)

although you made it clear that your issues with the state are larger than
the boycott, i think you answered your own question in "thinking about
moving soon."

fact is dedicating concerts, rallies, and the like may motivate a few
people for some time -- but these folks will overall be small in size and
likely not to be the decision makers.  you follow the ig passionately and
quite ticked they've cancelled a concert.  other people may be upset that a
sports event has been cancelled, or if chris rock cancelled a show, or
seeing their state portrayed in the national media as clinging to at best
an anchronistic symbol and at worst an embodiment of hatred.  the benefit
show won't get you that.  the amount of "ticked" you feel over cancellation
is almost certainly more than if you got to hear the concert at the price
of listening to a sermon on the the flag which is being delivered to a
mostly converted audience anyway....

then there is the money angle.  if you play the benefit show, then you
still pump money into the local economy (hotels, restaraunts, etc.) which
partially goes back to the state in taxes.  one cancelled show, not a big
deal.  lots of cancelled shows, events, conventions,  tourist plans, and
even some trade -- potentially huge deal.  plus you get the benefit twice.
local merchants pressure the government to change over the lost income and
they hand off less to sc in taxes. a secondary effect may be to motivate
some people to leave the state -- again lowering the tax base and (if it
gets bad enough) national influence.

to be fair, boycotts are not pretty and hard to make really effective.  in
the short to mid term they predominately impact the wrong people, be it the
fan or the hungry iraqi/cuban kid.  only with long-term pressure and high
compliance is any impact registered.  remember the christian collition
boycott against disney over their gay-friendly practices?  that flopped (is
flopping?) because a) parents want to please their kids and kids want to
see mickey and b) for every aborted visit there were people who changed
plans to go to disney in support of their actions.

>from where i sit (which is not close to sc), the sc boycott has been quite
successful so far.  lots of press, decent pressure, and some level of
compliance nationwide.  personally, i won't travel there unless i'm forced
to for work. all of this in a relatively short time.  the worry i have is
that the pressure will make the sc legislature even more stallwart.  after
all, the civil war in many ways was about state vs. federal rights and the
economies surrounding these issues (e.g., slavery). in the mid 1800s sc was
leading that charge and ironically this debate/boycott puts them back in a
similar role.  my hope is that with the next round of elections the people
will speak, dislodge a few of the obsticles, and vote to remove the flag.

one can dream,

chris

p.s.  deb -- i've been cheering on everything you've said about the
au/benefit issue so "me too".  its really comforting to hear amy draw the
line between concerts and benefits.  a ball may have been dropped, but i'm
fairly confident it wasn't by the girls.

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in a message dated 4/26/00 10:15:47 am eastern daylight time, pegasus@crl.com
writes:

<< in two days, i'll mark the 10th anniversary of my first ig concert.  one of
these days i need to sit down and figure out just how many shows i've seen.
  >>


your comment made me smile......the shows i went to up in phila at the tower
this past oct mark my tenth year as a fan.  it was 1989 and i was then living
in philadelphia going to graduate school and their first album was given to
me as a birthday present.  i've been a fan ever since.  hooray for the
old-folks!

indi

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actually, vermont was very smart to make clear that this is not marriage for the simple reason that all the friggin' doma laws prevent recognition of "same sex marriage"  not civil unions.  i agree, we have a long way to go, but after prop 22 passing here, i'm glad vermont's not calling it marriage.

alison

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--- elaine bean <bean@neu.edu> wrote:
> now, anyone know what it does not provide that a
> hetero union would?
> i know that the privileges aren't the same, but in
> what ways is it
> different?  anyone know?

1) the term 'marriage' is still set aside for hetero
   unions
2) no federal benefits
3) non-transferable to other states

-jon/jack/turtle

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let's see if i can find a non-bitchy way to do this--one hopes so....

as many others have written, the flag e-mails need to stop.  we are repeating
ourselves.

*i* for one am from sc--i work two blocks from the statehouse--i worked in
the nbc affiliate right down the road from the flag for five years.  i am
tired, tired, tired of hearing about it.

it's coming down--now, they are arguing as to where to put it.

i am glad so many people have thoughts on this issue--it's good to see others
(from outside sc) getting involved.  i am glad to see the girls getting
involved.

i had hoped the one place i could avoid flag arguements was on this list
serve.

so, a plea from a weary scinian--can we move this discussion on the flag to a
private environment?  can we please take it off of the main list.

if anyone feels the need to "*flame* or otherwise discuss my point of view,
please respond to me and not to the entire list.

many thanks....

claudia

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jon griffin wrote:
>
> > i know that the privileges aren't the same, but in
> > what ways is it
> > different?  anyone know?
>
> 1) the term 'marriage' is still set aside for hetero
>    unions

thanks for the answers.  so if we can't say we're married, what do we
say?  that we are "unionized?"  just being facetious.  of course we can
refer to our union with a lover in any way we please.  as if the doma
act will prevent us calling it a marriage - if two people feel that it
is, they will call it anything they want.

elaine

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hkf's,

so i'm thinking about chastain b/c i get all fuzzies inside remembering how
the stage light cascades off the surrounding trees while the many candle
lights flicker all around the amphitheatre - and then it hits me like a big
sack o' potatoes!  i'm going to see the fashionable saliers & ray in 3 days,
11 hours and 34 minutes!!!  so who's gonna be there too?!?!

here's the lineup saturday fyi:

center cityfest

budweiser stage (parking lot on poplar between 2nd and 3rd)
2:30 - 3:30 owsley
4:00 - 5:30 danielle howle & the tantrums
6:00 - 7:30 angie aparo
8:00 - 9:30 shawn mullins
10:30 - 12:30 indigo girls

locals stage  (parking lot on poplar between 3rd and 4th)
7:00 - 8:00 michelle malone

and since i mentioned offer in my subject - on another list we have a
bandwidth tax for off topic posts or something similarly stupid.  so in
celebration of all the nigc we've had to wade through and the fact that we
are in the middle/epicenter/midst of an ig tour!!!  i'll offer up a really
fun show i just got in the mail from goddess jude.  the show is june 22,
1992 at the chicago theater, chicago, il.  this b&p will be for 2 90 min
date:       sun, 30 apr 2000 12:28:01 +0000
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to: underdog@earthlink.net

tapes and will include some sort of filler as well.  (if you would like a
specific filler of any tape i have - check out my list)  please e-mail me
for instructions/address.  (please note: no "did i make it" allowed)

a+e=ig

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joe wrote:

<<whats next, ellian gonzalez!!!!>>

only if amy and emily get involved!!

to quote bono, "didn't mean to bug ya." but, whether some folks on this list
like it or not the sc/confederate flag issue is indigo girls related and
therefore germaine. it's not like we just decided to debate an issue that
had nothing to do with ig. we and ig do not live in a vacuum. if you're not
interested in the debate there's always the delete key.

~robbin

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well. catie curtis, luscious jackson, me'shell, mary, and sonia were all =
at the awards. it was a fun event, and i plan on winning it all next =
year :)

for anybody *not* going to equality rocks this saturday night, come =
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feature songs of phil ochs. ticket info: (202) 467-4999. this is an =
awesome old church (abraham lincoln's church) and a wonderful group of =
performers, and a wonderful cause. see you there!

sarah
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on wed, 26 apr 2000, elaine bean wrote:

> thanks for the answers.  so if we can't say we're married, what do we
> say?  that we are "unionized?"

   unionized lesbians would be a phat name for a band!

   darius

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a benefit concert for the schools for chiapas

the earl
488 flat shoals ave
atlanta

doors open 9:30
show starts: 10pm

$5 at the door

lineup:

red level eleven
6x
michelle penn
stereopopsicle

these bands are awesome
stereopopsicle has opened for the girls recently and if you have never had a
chance to see them live -- you've missed out on a big rockin' evening.
michelle penn is too awesome for words. 6x, the daemon band that rocks your
world will be there too.

best of all these bands have donated their time to perform at this benefit
so that all the proceeds will go to the schools project

for more info:  http://www.theearl.com or http://www.mexicopeace.com or just
email me

nancy

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sorry, but i, too, feel that this flag discussion has stopped meaning
anything where ig is concerned.  it's had its moment, people have
expressed their opinions, but it's devolved into name calling and such
once already, and seems to be threatening to do so again.

the "there's always the delete key" argument doesn't hold for me because
i pick and choose what kinds of email i get based on my interests, and
have very carefully selected what mailing lists i receive because they
try to stick to the topic at hand.

i certainly welcome asides being introduced, as they make me think and
are often enlightening.  however, once the aside has run its course,
which i believe this one has, then not honoring the request that it be
taken off-list is simply rude.

should the list moderator have to be the one to step in on every
off-topic discussion?  it seems to me a little self-policing will go a
long way to continuing to keep this list a place we all want to be.

-graham

robbin love wrote:

> to quote bono, "didn't mean to bug ya." but, whether some folks on this list
> like it or not the sc/confederate flag issue is indigo girls related and
> therefore germaine. it's not like we just decided to debate an issue that
> had nothing to do with ig. we and ig do not live in a vacuum. if you're not
> interested in the debate there's always the delete key.

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i'll be there! i'm going with 3 friends, adn we're making a pretty long
drive (from atlanta to charlotte). we just couldn't wait for them to come
back around, and i can't really afford tickets at chastain.

maybe i'll see ya there! who else is planning on being there?

megan (o:,'


**********************
i'm going to see the fashionable saliers & ray in 3 days,
11 hours and 34 minutes!!!  so who's gonna be there too?!?!

here's the lineup saturday fyi:

center cityfest

budweiser stage (parking lot on poplar between 2nd and 3rd)
2:30 - 3:30 owsley
4:00 - 5:30 danielle howle & the tantrums
6:00 - 7:30 angie aparo
8:00 - 9:30 shawn mullins
10:30 - 12:30 indigo girls

locals stage  (parking lot on poplar between 3rd and 4th)
7:00 - 8:00 michelle malone

and since i mentioned offer in my subject - on another list we have a
bandwidth tax for off topic posts or something similarly stupid.  so in
celebration of all the nigc we've had to wade through and the fact that we
are in the middle/epicenter/midst of an ig tour!!!  i'll offer up a really
fun show i just got in the mail from goddess jude.  the show is june 22,
1992 at the chicago theater, chicago, il.  this b&p will be for 2 90 min
tapes and will include some sort of filler as well.  (if you would like a
specific filler of any tape i have - check out my list)  please e-mail me
for instructions/address.  (please note: no "did i make it" allowed)

a+e=ig

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

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and that would be this friday, april 28th
> a benefit concert for the schools for chiapas

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is anyone else having difficulty actually buying on line. every time i fill out the info , select the items i want and push buy i get an error connecting to the page and it wont let me finalize the purchase......
i sent an email to the "geek.daemon.com" reporting the trouble but what can i do about trying to actually get the purchases...????
sparkie....who actually has some extra money  and wanted to buy herself something....

thanks...

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i dont know if i am a minoririty in my mind set, but, i am really excited
about this. no, it is not exactly the same. no, it is not the perfect thing.
however, we have to remeber, many injustices came about over time, and
unfortantly things to remedy these injustices may take time.

i dunno. i believe that comprimise, to an extant, is a wonderful thing. i
dont like the all or nothing attitude, for myself. i think this sets an
example, and hopefully more states and leaders will follow. this would be
better than anyone of us have now, in terms of regognition.

i would love for everyone, right now, to give
gays/lesbians/bisexuals/transgenders/transexuals/women/blacks/hispanics/native
americans/ and every other persons/group that is/are opperssed to have every
and all rights that one associates w/ the white/upper middle class male has,
but, the reality is that thats not gonna happen overnight. i wish it would.
i wish it could. but its not. does that mean i feel any less passionate
about this? no. does this mean im satisfied and will not fight anymore? no.

my take is that progress, even a little (although i personally feel this is
more than little), is much better than nothing. this encourages me more. i
feel there really is hope now and not just a brick wall to coninuasly slam
into. if i wanted to i could be really pissed b/c i know my "church"
(catholic) will never (atleast in my time) recognize any "union" of my gf
and myself, but should i not be happy that atleast my state (if i lived in
vt) and legal system do recoginze it and its better than nothing?of course i
should be.

i am in no way shape or form saying anyone should lay down and rest now just
b/c one state recognizes us. for me, i try to take everything and find some
positive in it. just a few years ago, the the
gay/lesbian/transgender/transexual community never could have dreamed that
this would be possible! i really think this is a huge event! i dont see
anything little about it! this is massive and it sets a standard.

i dont know all the facts, nor do i claim to, but i do know that if i were
to be recognized in vt as being in a "union", it would be phenominal. i dont
see the point in looking at the things this law doesnt do for us. i would
look at the things it does do and take things issues that are not addressed
in this law and address them in most respectful of ways.

i have found that judging those that judge me get me no place. getting
pissed at those that may be pissed at me, what i believe in, what i think is
right, or my lifestlye, only adds fire to thier flame and they then can say
more unpleasant things about me to further justify thier hatred or unjust
causes.

all of this is just my opnion, how i feel, and hwat works for me. i am not
saying everyone should feel this way. i just know for myself i cannot ask
people, even my "enemies", to respect me if i dont respect them, even if
they never have shown it to me. i applaud the state of vermont and the
leadership that has prevailed. my hope is that all of us will have the
"right" to marry whomever we wish, wheather it be someone of the same sex or
opposite, in all states. steps need to be taken, one by one, for any of this
to occur and any step in aiding this is a major vitory in my opinion!! have
a wonderful day everyone!!!

if all goes well ill be seein our 'girls tonight at
duke!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i feel quite shitty today so im goin home from
work in a few minutes. too sick for werk, but ill rest and be all ready for
the girls!!!! i feel like a kid goin home sick from school but begin my mom
to let me out cuz i miraculously feel better!! hehehe:) see yas later! i
hope to have a wonderful report on the girls, and if i get there in time,
michelle mallone too!!

cara


>from: elaine bean <bean@neu.edu>
>reply-to: elaine bean <bean@neu.edu>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: re: vermont civil union law
>date: wed, 26 apr 2000 09:36:50 -0400
>
>jean moses wrote:
> >
> > hey all,
> >
> > let's do remember that while this is wonderful, and a great step in the
> > right direction, vermont has not legalized same-sex marriages.  they
> > have made a provision for civil unions which grants most but not all of
> > the same priveleges as marraige,
>
>i agree, while it is an immense step in the right direction, we should
>not settle for this alone, and have to keep at it.
>now, anyone know what it does not provide that a hetero union would?
>i know that the privileges aren't the same, but in what ways is it
>different?  anyone know?
>
> > kudos to those vermonters and all the grass roots activists that got us
> > this far... but i think even they will agree that we can go still
> > farther in our quest for equality.
>
>yes.  kudos, but still a long way.  it will be achieved, but i think not
>for about 15-20 years.  that's my guess, and i hope i'm wrong.
>
>elaine
>
>elaine
> >
> > my two cents ;)
> >
> > jean
> >
> > --- abbett@aol.com wrote:
> > > i think most states will be in line with this same thing in the next
> > > 5 or 10 years.  i hope so, anyway!  this is all we needed to get the
> > > ball rolling.  :)  my g/f and i have been speaking of marriage in our
> > > future and hopefully we'll be living in a state that recognizes it as
> > > legal one day.  :)  it's so amazing that this is happening in our
> > > lifetimes.  :)  i'll probably be able to legally marry the girl of my
> > > dreams.  :)
> > >
> > > amanda
> > >
> > > p.s.:  this issue reminds me so much of other civil rights issues of
> > > the past.  and i am so confident and giddy about the future of gay
> > > rights.
> > >
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> > sneakyjean@yahoo.com
> >
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> > send online invitations with yahoo! invites.
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one of the reasons we all feel like the flag debate is dragging on is that we
are getting mail sent to us more than once.

:)

i am sure jen the list mom is taking care of that.

peace,

larissa

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that is super weak,

in that case i'm going to post all day about milk farmers and heavey metal.

i didn't sign up for the "how politicaly aware are you list"

i signed up for the indigo girls mailing list. their music, thier lyrics
their strength and hope in mankind and beauty in harmonies


always the delete key, way not say there is always the "un-subscribe request"
too.

hey for that matter, their is also format c:!


joe

brooklyn, ny

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darius wei wrote:
>
> on wed, 26 apr 2000, elaine bean wrote:
>
> > thanks for the answers.  so if we can't say we're married, what do we
> > say?  that we are "unionized?"
>
>    unionized lesbians would be a phat name for a band!

that little jingle "look for the union label" keeps popping into my
head.  maybe this could be the theme song for the unionized lesbians.

yours in silliness,

elaine

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on wed, 26 apr 2000, joe agueci wrote:

> in that case i'm going to post all day about milk farmers and heavey
> metal.

   there's a dairy farmer that lives down the road from us.  nice old
guy - when i was growing up he'd occasionally drop by with fresh
venison.  (to those of you iron chef wannabes; it's much less gamey if you
cook it off the bone, but honestly, the strong flavor is what makes it
interesting)  one time:

   "how are the cows?" i asked.
   "well," he paused.  something was troubling him, and he had to share it
with somebody.  i was sixteen, lived on acreage, owned and operated
firearms, drove a tractor, and made damn good fried chicken, which made me
a shining example of a midwesterner.  "you know them lisbins who live
down the road?"
   "lisbins?" i asked, wondering what the capital of portugal had to do
with his cows.
   "y'know," he prompted, looking over his shoulder furtively.  "them
wimmenfolk who ain't got no menfolk."
   suddenly the lightbulb went on.  "ah, lesbians..."
   he looked at me, recognizing a kindrid spirit.  his voice grew
to a hushed whisper as if the neigbors, a good half-mile away, might
possibly hear, and imparted unto me a trusted secret.  "i think they
makin' my cows go dry."

> i didn't sign up for the "how politicaly aware are you list"
> i signed up for the indigo girls mailing list. their music, thier lyrics
> their strength and hope in mankind and beauty in harmonies

   ...their willingness to speak out about tough subjects virtually
ignored by their contemporaries, and inspire intelligent conversation,
debate, and activism amongst their fans...

> hey for that matter, their is also format c:!

   that's true, but as soon as you restored your e-mailbox, you'd still
have 30 bazillion messages about the indigo girls and all the things that
their fans find interesting.  the signal/noise ratio on this list is one
of the best around, and most of the posts, even the off-topic ones, are
articulate and interesting.

   darius

"cause rock is cool but the struggle is better..."
   - amy ray -

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actually what came to my mind was the ul...underwriters lab sign on most appliances...toasters inspected by ul...uhm.,...interesting note....

sparkie.....also in silliness....

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<<and inspire intelligent conversation, debate, and activism
amongst their fans...>>

after all, just because the indigo girls say something, doesn't
mean it's automicicaly right (i sure don't agree with them on
everything - which probably explains why they're not close,
personal friends of mine. well, that and they don't fit with the
general demographic of my close personal friends (nor, i am
sure, i theirs)). it should, however, inspire folks to do some
decent investigaing themselves (including using this list) and
come to their own conclusions.

too many brackets up there. sorry :o(

<<the signal/noise ratio on this list is one of the best around>>

and if this is too much, then there's always the news only
list... but there is no happy medium (i do know some friendly
psychics though, and that might be close enough...)

friendly psychic? happy medium? never mind.

<<and most of the posts, even the off-topic ones, are articulate
and interesting.>>

except for mine, which i freely admit are mostly puerile and
juvenile rubbish that you should never take seriously (i'm
bringing the list down from within). as long as we're all clear
on this...

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i'm not up there quite with amy, but i think i joined the first time in '91...
maybe early '92...

but i've had like six or seven email addys since then... and periods of up to a
year with no email or time for the list...

:)


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>date: wed, 26 apr 2000 07:03:04 -0700
>from: "amy j. putnam" <pegasus@crl.com>
>subject: re: just wondering...
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>
>> >1. i've been a girls fan for few years but i just joined the mailing list
>> >about a month ago. i was just wondering how long this mailing list has been
>> >active and how long some of you faithful fans have been members. i'm
>> curious
>> >to know who thinks they have subscribed the longest! :)
>>
>
>i joined the original ig list, hosted at mit, in september 1990. i think
>the list has been through two or three servers and about half a dozen
>owners since then.
>
>in two days, i'll mark the 10th anniversary of my first ig concert.  one of
>these days i need to sit down and figure out just how many shows i've seen.
>
>                          _________
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>pegasus@crl.com            \     /      when you're alone
>monk@world.std.com          \   /
>the original photo monk      \ /                --patty larkin
>                http://www.crl.com/~pegasus
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date:         wed, 26 apr 2000 14:01:13 -0500
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i 've been on the list since 91 i guess..my first concert was in 86......been an addict ever since...sparks

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date:         wed, 26 apr 2000 15:59:55 -0500
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        i've just been a list member since november of 1999, but i've been a fan
since 89/90. i didn't have a chance to see them in concert until december
of 1999, and now i'm seriously considering an ig road trip from southern
illinois up to minnesota to catch them this summer. i've been thrilled with
the list during my short time here and everyone's been incredibly friendly
and helpful. considering that few of my friends like the girls as much as i
do, this community of people who love them as much as i do is really
wonderful!
have good wednesday evening,
michelle

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date:         wed, 26 apr 2000 17:12:14 -0400
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         is an announcement of daemon's ten-year anniversary. also there
are individual letters from both emily and amy. y'all check it out.
        mandy

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

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        sorry - i forgot that not everybody has browser access. here's the
text from the page. as one might predict, emily talks about the dogwood
trees and amy talks politics, and in fact addresses everybody's favorite
flag issue. i trust nobody will flame me for beating a dead horse if i
post it here.
        mandy


daemon records 10-year anniversary

            demon records (amy ray's indie record label) is celebrating
its 10-year anniversary with a tour of bands signed on the daemon label.

            check out the full schedule and a letter from amy reflecting
on the past 10 years of the label.

            a message from emily

        hello everybody.

        spring has sprung in atlanta, the gentle stretch of dogwood and
snow white blossomed trees casting their long awaited spell. i'm stumbling
in it, inspired to write and live and give. so we're playing all acoustic
duo shows, a lot of college dates, high schools,(yes!), earth day,
pro-choice, and spitfire. i enjoy the intimacy and ebb and flow of these
solo shows, getting back to our roots, and stripping down the newest songs
to their humble beginnings, with a few new incarnations. then we hook up
with the band again in june for a summer tour of outdoor venues. we can
get back to a little electric, the harmoinies of carol, caroline and
clare, and blair blasting the drums. it's all good.

        i've been seriously kicking back on this break, particularly
blessed to have seen "boys don't cry," which blew me away. i can't stop
thinking about it and how much work there is left to do to bring about
understanding among people of differing sexual orientations. i am also
just finishing a remarkable novel, "a gesture life," by chang-rae lee.
it's the best novel i've read in a long time. thanks to all of you for
your continuing support and listening ears.

                 sincerely,
                 emily.


            a message from amy

        hey everybody...

        indigos have decided to cancel our show at the house of blues in
myrtle beach, s.c. we stand in support of the economic boycott of the
state of south carolina called by the naacp. this boycott is an effort to
remove the confederate flag from all positions of sovereignty in the state
and have the flag relegated to a place of historical context only. while
the state senate has voted to remove the flag from atop the state house
and legislative chambers, it would still remain on the grounds close by
the main entrance to the building. this compromise is unacceptable to the
naacp and i agree.

i am proud of my southern heritage, but this flag, used as a current
symbol, is an affront to our evolution as a community. the flag was placed
on the state house flag pole in 1962 at the height of the civil rights
movement in celebration of the centennial of the civil war. it is an
obvious symbol of the racism and bigotry that has plagued our beautiful
southern states for too long. it is time for the confederate flag to be
understood as an important piece of our long history and a reminder, as
well as a warning, of our human frailty and the need for constant
self-examination.

        emily and i have consulted many leaders in the black community
concerning the sanctions and their effects on people of all socio-economic
levels. i hope any inconvenience that this boycott causes will urge into
action those that care about the cohesion and progress of our southern
communities. we stand confidently behind the actions of the naacp and hope
you will too. i especially want to thank the house of blues for
understanding and supporting our actions. lets make the confederate flag
history.

                 thanks!
                 amy

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                i have a gift to bring....

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>from the official site:

hey everybody...

indigos have decided to cancel our show at the house of blues in myrtle
beach, s.c. we stand in support of the economic boycott of the state of
south carolina called by the naacp. this boycott is an effort to remove the
confederate flag from all positions of sovereignty in the state and have the
flag relegated to a place of historical context only. while the state senate
has voted to remove the flag from atop the state house and legislative
chambers, it would still remain on the grounds close by the main entrance to
the building. this compromise is unacceptable to the naacp and i agree.

i am proud of my southern heritage, but this flag, used as a current symbol,
is an affront to our evolution as a community. the flag was placed on the
state house flag pole in 1962 at the height of the civil rights movement in
celebration of the centennial of the civil war. it is an obvious symbol of
the racism and bigotry that has plagued our beautiful southern states for
too long. it is time for the confederate flag to be understood as an
important piece of our long history and a reminder, as well as a warning, of
our human frailty and the need for constant self-examination.

emily and i have consulted many leaders in the black community concerning
the sanctions and their effects on people of all socio-economic levels. i
hope any inconvenience that this boycott causes will urge into action those
that care about the cohesion and progress of our southern communities. we
stand confidently behind the actions of the naacp and hope you will too. i
especially want to thank the house of blues for understanding and supporting
our actions. lets make the confederate flag history.

thanks!
amy


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alison,

>>actually, vermont was very smart to make clear that this is not
marriage for the simple reason that all the friggin' doma laws prevent
recognition of "same sex marriage"  not civil unions.  i agree, we have
a long
way to go, but after prop 22 passing here, i'm glad vermont's not
calling it marriage.
<<

except that civil unions aren't recognized by the other states.
vermont will be the only state that these unions are recognized in.  so
other state's laws on marraige wouldn't apply anyway.

jean

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> actually, vermont was very smart to make clear that this is not
> marriage for the simple reason that all the friggin' doma laws
> prevent recognition of "same sex marriage"  not civil unions.  i
> agree, we have a long way to go, but after prop 22 passing here, i'm
> glad vermont's not calling it marriage.
>
> alison
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okay  ....sorry for nigc but have to share...just found out from my baby that she got accepted into the masters program for nursing...clinical educator....she just got home!!!!!!
and what am i listening to.........4.5..power of two....it has become our mantra over the last few months cause things have been so bad medically for me.....but it is working out......

sparkie out........ya hoooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!

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glama nominees and winners of note, excerpted from
<http://www.glama.com/winners/winframe.html>; winners denoted by '*':

acoustic/folk
       dave hall / places / shenandoah
       irene farrera / soy de ti / soy de ti
       kd lang / onda sonora- red hot + lisbon / fado hilario
       mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / drag queens in limousines
*     sonia of disappear fear / me, too / me, too

country
       david alan mors / (ep) / someone to kiss
       dennis hensley / the water's fine / the water's fine
       doug stevens & the outband / (ep) / from christopher to castro
       mark islam / the recent past / beat-up el camino
*     mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / drag queens in limousines
       sonia of disappear fear / me, too / my baby

out recording
       garrin benfield / living a dream / what you're hiding
       indigo girls / come on now social / trouble
       mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / evangeline
*     melissa etheridge / breakdown / scarecrow
       the aluminum group / pedals / jinxed

pop
       doria roberts / restoration / perfect
*     luscious jackson / electric honey / nervous breakthrough
       meshell ndgeocello / bitter / grace
       scott free / the living dead / not good enough
       toshi reagon / righteous ones / happy and satisfied

pop instrumental
*     john boswell / love / recollection
       scott free / the living dead / plead the fifth
       sonia of disappear fear / me,too / shake it
       sue de nym / fanfaria / daylight in the swamp
       william watson / burnham woods / godchild's lullaby

rock/alternative
       hedwig & the angry inch / cast recording / wicked little town
       indigo girls / come on now social / go
       london suede / head music / can't get enough
       luscious jackson / electric honey / ladyfingers
*     meg hentges / brompton's cocktail / this kind of love
       the butchies / population 1975 / more rock more talk

out song
*     catie curtis / a crash course in roses / what's the matter?
       emily saliers / come on now social / trouble
       kamys / supremacist / trade
       sonia of disappear fear / me,too / grass for the lamb
       the butchies / population 1975 / population 1975

   song of the year
       amy ray / come on now social / go
*    meg hentges/jude o'nym / brompton's cocktail / this kind of love
       meshell ndgeocello / bitter / grace
       frank & john navin / pedals / miss tate
       toshi reagon / the righteous ones / happy and satisfied

producer of the year
       casey collins / casey collins / picturebook
*     indigo girls/john reynolds / indigo girls / trouble
       sonia / sonia / lovesick
       thunderpuss2000 / donna summer / love is the healer
       toshi reagon / toshi reagon / sweet in the morning

female artist
       catie curtis
       mary gauthier
       meg hentges
*     meshell ndgeocello
        sonia of disappear fear
        toshi reagon

  band/duo/group
        cast of hedwig & the angry inch
        indigo girls
        luscious jackson
        the aluminum group
  *     the butchies

   album of the year
         catie curtis / a crash course in roses
         indigo girls / come on now social
         irene farrera / soy de ti
   *     meshell ndgeocello / bitter
         the aluminum group / pedals


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>from the official site:
>
>hey everybody...
>
>indigos have decided to cancel our show at the house of blues in myrtle
>beach, s.c. we stand in support of the economic boycott of the state of
>south carolina called by the naacp. this boycott is an effort to remove the
>confederate flag from all positions of sovereignty in the state and have the
>flag relegated to a place of historical context only.
>. . .
>i am proud of my southern heritage, but this flag, used as a current symbol,
>is an affront to our evolution as a community. the flag was placed on the
>state house flag pole in 1962 at the height of the civil rights movement in
>celebration of the centennial of the civil war. it is an obvious symbol of
>the racism and bigotry that has plagued our beautiful southern states for
>too long. it is time for the confederate flag to be understood as an
>important piece of our long history and a reminder, as well as a warning, of
>our human frailty and the need for constant self-examination.


just to play devil's advocate: this argument can be used practically word for
date:       sun, 30 apr 2000 12:28:01 +0000
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word and be applied to the state of georgia.  georgia is probably worse than
south carolina in that the confederate battle flag is actually a part of the
official state flag.  (it was added in 1956(?) as a direct protest to the brown
v. board of education decision that forced desegregation of public schools.)
but the indigo girls aren't boycotting their home state.  it may come to that,
though, because it seems likely that georgia is next in line as the battleground
for this same fight, especially if it gets resolved in south carolina in the
near term.  i guess ig's position is to follow the lead of "directly effected"
activist organizations and then decide whether to adhere to their
recommendations.

my point is, there's no particular hardship on ig themselves to boycott south
carolina, a state where they've already had problems.  it'll be an entirely
different story if it comes to their having to decide whether to boycott their
own home state (for an indefinite period).  that would penalize them as well as
their home(town/state) fans.  we'll see what they're made of if/when it comes to
crossing that bridge.

(for what it's worth, i'm personally more in favor of a statewide referendum to
decide whether to change the flag (including georgia's) rather than a
legislative one.  although, i suppose it _was_ the legislatures that put them up
in the first place.  i don't think you have a "right" not to be offended.  that
said, i have no problems with the boycott.  i'd rather see the people of south
carolina (and georgia) be forced to come to terms with the external perception
of their support of the current flags and vote to change it because they don't
like being "misperceived" rather than have the legislature change it without
public opinion changing.

the thing that is always missing from the equation for me when people claim that
the confederate battle flag isn't racist, is that those people are conspicuously
not around when the klan is out marching.  how i would love to see a group of
klansmen being shouted down by members of the sons of the confederacy claiming
that the klan was misusing the symbol of their southern heritage.  but that
never happens, and it leads people to assume, rightly or wrongly, that the
reason you never see such a thing is that it's the same people talking out of
both sides of their mouths.)

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to cara klein and others planning to attend tonight's
ig concert at duke:

since it's pouring rain, the show will now be held in
page auditorium instead of on the west quad. what i've
heard is that **you absolutely must have a duke
student id to get a ticket** and that they're only
giving one ticket per id shown, because of limited
space. this means that if you aren't a duke student,
you have very little hope of getting in. for anyone
who has an id, i understand tickets are being passed
out between 2-4 p.m. at page and (if any are left)
right before the show begins.

and that's my public service announcement for today.


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oh, i'm not all that against alw, the discussion just reminded me of that
quote, and thought it kind of amusing.

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when i recently bought tickets to the san diego show in july, i thought it
was going to be acoustic duo!!  i'm really disappointed because i can't
afford to go to many shows and i already saw them in october and november.
i went through ticketbastard hell to get these tix and now emily says they're
glad to be going electric again for the summer ampitheatre shows. dammit.
anyone wanna buy tix for this show?  i'll sell em at face value.
--vesper

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>so we're playing all acoustic duo shows, a lot of
>college dates, high schools,(yes!), earth day,
pro->choice, and spitfire.
-emily

so...do we know what high schools they'll be at? are
those dates in the tour section of their site? because
it doesn't say whether the concert is at a school...
i don't have any kind of chance of getting them to
come to my school, since it has a total of two rooms
and no kind of auditorium whatsoever...plus it's in
california, and i'm sure they're not coming this far
for a high school tour, but...just wondering:)

also...who/what's narcissus?

pax, celeste:)

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>from:    megan raesner <eltalisman@aol.com>
>
>1. i've been a girls fan for few years but i just joined the mailing list
>about a month ago. i was just wondering how long this mailing list has been
>active and how long some of you faithful fans have been members. i'm curious
>to know who thinks they have subscribed the longest! :)

hard to say how many since this list has always had so many lurkers...
there are maybe a dozen active members that were here when i arrived in
about '93.  and i'm in my 11th year of fandom, i was fortunate to discover
them via the "closer to fine" video on a late-night tnt (i think) video
program.


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narcissus was shot by cupids arrow.

when cupid shoots you , you will fall in love with the next person you see.

narcissus saw his reflection in a stream and fell in love with him self.

thats why we say people who are vain are narcisistic


joe

brooklyn, ny

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in a message dated 4/26/00 10:27:12 pm eastern daylight time,
celestefullykleen@yahoo.com writes:

<< also...who/what's narcissus? >>
nar*cis*sus (noun)

[latin, from greek narkissos]

1 capitalized : a beautiful youth in greek mythology who pines away for love
of his own reflection and is then turned into the narcissus flower

as i recall he also ends up drowning in his own reflection.....

indi

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        while we're talking mythology....

> narcissus was shot by cupids arrow.
> when cupid shoots you , you will fall in love with the next person you see.
> narcissus saw his reflection in a stream and fell in love with him self.

        actually, narcissus wasn't shot by cupid; he was an extremely
self-absorbed man who was popular with the ladies, and he fell in love
with himself by the stream simply because he was transported by the beauty
of his own reflection. he ended up wasting away and dying as he stared at
himself in the pool, and a narcissus flower sprung up on the spot of his
death. that last fact is irrelevant, i guess.
        you know, i never thought of it this way (and i'm sure emily
didn't, either) but to say that she looks a lot like narcissus *could* be
read to mean that she's thinking "hot damn, i'm beautiful - i think i'll
do nothing but stare at myself all day." which of course is not quite the
point of the song.... <g>

        mandy
        oddly loquacious today

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

                                *emily saliers*


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in a message dated 4/26/00 8:25:38 pm eastern daylight time,
usul@mindspring.com writes:

<< ust to play devil's advocate: this argument can be used practically word
for
word and be applied to the state of georgia.  georgia is probably worse than
south carolina in that the confederate battle flag is actually a part of the
official state flag.  (it was added in 1956(?) as a direct protest to the
brown
v. board of education decision that forced desegregation of public schools.)
but the indigo girls aren't boycotting their home state.  it may come to
that,
though, because it seems likely that georgia is next in line as the
battleground
for this same fight, especially if it gets resolved in south carolina in the
near term.  i guess ig's position is to follow the lead of "directly
effected"
activist organizations and then decide whether to adhere to their
recommendations. >>


thanks for this info....i had not heard about the ga flag so i looked it up
online.  turns out there is a website(aint technology grand) that deals with
this issue....

<a href="http://www.lferguson.com/">change the georgia state flag</a>

i think the igs have an issue at home they could work on(as do arkansas and
mississippi)

indi

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hello all-
i just saw the iowa tour stops on the ig site - june 27 at stevens theatre
in ames, ia., and june 28 paramount theatre in cedar rapids, ia. does
anyone know anything about ticket sales for these dates or the venues
themselves. these dates are listed under their summer shed tour, but the
names don't indicate if they are amphitheatre/outdoor theatres.
        i'm thinking i might just have to roadtrip up there from down here in
southern illinois. i figure it's no more than 7 hours up to ames and a
3-hour drive between ames and cedar rapids. i'm still kicking myself for
not getting ravinia tickets when they were still available, and this isn't
really much more of a drive for me...and it's two ig concerts in 2 days :)
yee haw!
        any information would be much appreciated.
thanks,
michelle

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in a message dated 4/26/2000 9:16:09 pm pacific daylight time,
unclwil@midwest.net writes:

> i just saw the iowa tour stops on the ig site - june 27 at stevens theatre
>  in ames, ia., and june 28 paramount theatre in cedar rapids, ia. does
>  anyone know anything about ticket sales for these dates or the venues
>  themselves.

i don't know anything about the ticket sales for these shows, but i went to
college in iowa and have been to both of these venues, so i can tell you
about those.

i think you may mean stephens auditorium in ames, which is actually on the
iowa state campus.  it's an absolutely fantastic venue...brilliant acoustics
and not a bad seat in the house.  it's fairly easy to find, as well...and you
should be able to find specific directions on the iowa state website, which
i'm guessing is iowastate.edu.  i don't know where exactly you are in
southern illinois, but it's about an 8 hour drive to ames from carbondale
(which i'm estimating because it was about 6 from there to iowa city, where i
went to college, and it's about 2 to ames from there).

the paramount in cedar rapids is a really cool venue, as well.  again,
there's really not a bad seat in the house.  it's in downtown cedar rapids
right on the water, so there's lots of stuff (bars, hotels, etc) in the area.
they don't have a website, but you can call them for more info at
319/398-5211.  iowa city is just 20 miles to the south of cr and is a cool
college town (my alma mater!)...so if you have trouble finding somewhere to
stay in cr, iowa city is always an option and can be cheaper in some cases.

hope this helps!

mis

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i found this article about last nights show at duke university.

controversy puzzles indigo girls
norbert schurer
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duke chronicle  april 26, 2000    issue

  when the last day of classes schedule was announced, some students
complained that the indigo girls do not appeal to them-or to a large segment
of the student body. but indigo girl emily saliers has an appeal of her own:
"just open your hearts up."

intrigued by the campus reaction to the announcement, saliers points out:
"our whole message is about celebrating diversity and respect among people
and creatures, and also having a good time."

saliers believes her band should not be reduced to just one aspect.

"to me, we're a lot of different things, and a lot of the music just has to
do with exploring issues of life. there are a lot of songs that are
sing-along songs and feel-good songs," she says, adding that the music
usually resonates with any audience.

at the same time, she concedes that the indigo girls can easily be
pigeonholed.

"we're aligned with a certain set of politics that may attract a certain
audience," says saliers, who, along with fellow band member amy ray, is known
for her liberal activism.

for example, the indigo girls' 1994 hit "least complicated" addresses the two
women's recognition of their homosexuality.

but saliers adds that their audience goes beyond what some may suspect.

"we have a large gay following, for obvious reasons, [but] they don't make up
the largest percentage of our fans," she says. "we have more women fans than
men fans, and we have a large college following and a growing high school
following."

regardless of who is in the audience, saliers says the band enjoys playing
live.

"our experience with the crowd has just been a joyful experience," she says.
"i can't imagine really alienating anybody unless they are turned off by the
politics of some of our songs."

as an example of their activism, the indigo girls announced recently that
they had canceled next week's scheduled performance in myrtle beach. the show
was canceled "in solidarity with the naacp and the tourism boycott of south
carolina in an effort to remove the confederate flag symbolism from the s.c.
capitol," according to the band's web site.

saliers speculates that other politically influenced bands, such as u2 or
rage against the machine, might not have gotten the same mixed reaction from
students.

"i think there's a lot of prejudice against women who are hotly political and
active and especially lesbian."

laughing, she adds, "[maybe] certain people just have an aversion to folk
music, especially women with guitars."

the indigo girls will be performing in page auditorium tonight as an acoustic
duo; they will not be accompanied by the band they brought on their most
recent tour, which visited the triangle last fall.

tonight, about half of the indigo girls' set will be from their new album
come on now social, while the other half will include classics such as
"closer to fine" and "shame on you."

the opening acts will be michelle malone, an acclaimed atlanta
singer/songwriter who saliers praises for her "beautiful voice," and
alternative rock band agents of good roots.

saliers says that she and ray are looking forward to playing on campus.
"college venues are practically the most fun to play because it's youthful
and unabated," she says. "it's just a nice environment. for people who are
active, that's the kind of stuff that we get inspired by."

=)
lisa

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hi all!

yeah, so it's 7am and i have yet to go to sleep because i am up studying for
law exams. in my extreme state of delirium, i decided i needed a study break,
so i took out a pack of cards to play this game that i was recently taught by
a fellow procrastinator. in this game, you get to find out whether the person
you like likes you back and if your hearts are in line, etc. well, i'll have
everyone know that while emily was way out of reach, i found out that amy has
my heart, i have hers, and we will be together forever. what else can i say?
the cards have spoken! sorry grrls! *grin*

nightie night! i know i'll be having sweet dreams! :)
megan


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"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while." - e.s.

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hkf's,

here's some upcoming on sale info:

06/03/00 atlanta, ga  chastain park amphitheatre
on sale: 04/29/00 - 10:00am  (404)249-6400 (local tm)

06/09/00 philadelphia, pa  mann music center
on sale: 04/28/00 - 10:00am  (215)336-2000 (local tm)

06/16/00 toronto, on  molson amphitheatre
on sale: 04/29/00 - 10:00am  (416)870-8000 (local tm)
[more info/links/phone numbers on my web site]

plus i've put these three new dates on my site and i echo the inquiry of
another post - is there any on sale info (or links) for any of these dates?

06/24/00 sioux falls, sd  washington pavilion
06/27/00 ames, ia  stevens auditorium
06/28/00 cedar rapids, ia  paramount theatre

thanks for your help everybody!  cya in charlotte!
ps:  offer still open for a really great analog copy of 6/22/92 chicago, il
(thanks jude!).  it fits on two 90's - e-mail me if interested.

a+e=ig

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i've been a fan since 1989 when i first heard ctf.
i think i've been on the list only about a year or so.  i did regularly read
the ig newsgroup for a few years before i finally subscribed here. i've
gotten to 4 ig concerts since 1997. (before that i was always too poor to go
to one.) i'll be standing on line for tickets to my 5th ig concert this time
tomorrow morning. ig is also my 10 year old son's favorite band and he has
been to all their concerts with me and he'll be on line with me tomorrow
too!
proud to be passing on the love of ig to the next generation,
lynne
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>         i've just been a list member since november of 1999, but i've been
a fan
> since 89/90. i didn't have a chance to see them in concert until december
> of 1999, and now i'm seriously considering an ig road trip from southern
> illinois up to minnesota to catch them this summer. i've been thrilled
with
> the list during my short time here and everyone's been incredibly friendly
> and helpful. considering that few of my friends like the girls as much as
i
> do, this community of people who love them as much as i do is really
> wonderful!
> have good wednesday evening,
> michelle
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hey everybody:

i've been an ig fan since late 1990.  since i didn't know about the
list until last summer (i met another fan at the folk festival who
told me about it - thanks and hi alma), i didn't join until august, 1999.

then shortly after, i joined the baigls list.  before i joined the lists,
i was only able to see the girls once a year (if i was lucky). but now
since i have met more people through these great lists, i've been
going to many more and let me tell ya, it's addictive.  the more i see
the girls, the more i miss them and more i want to see them.  well,
its better than drugs or smoking (sorry to say i havn't beaten that one
yet).

i also want to say i went to both unh and colby last week and both
shows were incredible!!!  i still get emotional when i think of them.

oh, one more thing, my e-mail service was down for 4 whole days
since last friday.  i wasn't able to get any mail and all i can say is
oh god, i missed you guys.

have a great day.
cathy

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i've been an ig fan for only about 3 years (wait, not even... ) i was first
introduced to their music (sots was the first album i've ever heard and since
then it's been absolute love of their music) the summer after my freshman
year of high school (i'm a senior now). so... it's almost been 3 years. and
shortly after that i joined this list through emily... oh what's her last
name? she lives in ca and is not a member of this list any more... but
anyways, i've been a list member for about 2 1/2 years.
peace!
~alyssa
"moo" in 1200 curfews? what??? anyone care to fill me in???

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is it me or does the even distribution of awards seem kind of fixed?

or, maybe, just politically correct (unless you are a kd lang fan, that is).

melissa

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> glama nominees and winners of note, excerpted from
> <http://www.glama.com/winners/winframe.html>; winners denoted by '*':
>
> acoustic/folk
>        dave hall / places / shenandoah
>        irene farrera / soy de ti / soy de ti
>        kd lang / onda sonora- red hot + lisbon / fado hilario
>        mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / drag queens in
limousines
> *     sonia of disappear fear / me, too / me, too
>
> country
>        david alan mors / (ep) / someone to kiss
>        dennis hensley / the water's fine / the water's fine
>        doug stevens & the outband / (ep) / from christopher to castro
>        mark islam / the recent past / beat-up el camino
> *     mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / drag queens in
limousines
>        sonia of disappear fear / me, too / my baby
>
> out recording
>        garrin benfield / living a dream / what you're hiding
>        indigo girls / come on now social / trouble
>        mary gauthier / drag queens in limousines / evangeline
> *     melissa etheridge / breakdown / scarecrow
>        the aluminum group / pedals / jinxed
>
> pop
>        doria roberts / restoration / perfect
> *     luscious jackson / electric honey / nervous breakthrough
>        meshell ndgeocello / bitter / grace
>        scott free / the living dead / not good enough
>        toshi reagon / righteous ones / happy and satisfied
>
> pop instrumental
> *     john boswell / love / recollection
>        scott free / the living dead / plead the fifth
>        sonia of disappear fear / me,too / shake it
>        sue de nym / fanfaria / daylight in the swamp
>        william watson / burnham woods / godchild's lullaby
>
> rock/alternative
>        hedwig & the angry inch / cast recording / wicked little town
>        indigo girls / come on now social / go
>        london suede / head music / can't get enough
>        luscious jackson / electric honey / ladyfingers
> *     meg hentges / brompton's cocktail / this kind of love
>        the butchies / population 1975 / more rock more talk
>
> out song
> *     catie curtis / a crash course in roses / what's the matter?
>        emily saliers / come on now social / trouble
>        kamys / supremacist / trade
>        sonia of disappear fear / me,too / grass for the lamb
>        the butchies / population 1975 / population 1975
>
>    song of the year
>        amy ray / come on now social / go
> *    meg hentges/jude o'nym / brompton's cocktail / this kind of love
>        meshell ndgeocello / bitter / grace
>        frank & john navin / pedals / miss tate
>        toshi reagon / the righteous ones / happy and satisfied
>
> producer of the year
>        casey collins / casey collins / picturebook
> *     indigo girls/john reynolds / indigo girls / trouble
>        sonia / sonia / lovesick
>        thunderpuss2000 / donna summer / love is the healer
>        toshi reagon / toshi reagon / sweet in the morning
>
> female artist
>        catie curtis
>        mary gauthier
>        meg hentges
> *     meshell ndgeocello
>         sonia of disappear fear
>         toshi reagon
>
>   band/duo/group
>         cast of hedwig & the angry inch
>         indigo girls
>         luscious jackson
>         the aluminum group
>   *     the butchies
>
>    album of the year
>          catie curtis / a crash course in roses
>          indigo girls / come on now social
>          irene farrera / soy de ti
>    *     meshell ndgeocello / bitter
>          the aluminum group / pedals
>
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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 11:40:44 edt
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hey, everyone,
    just heard an announcement that tickets for the lone philly show go on
sale this weekend. i have to work when the show is, so i can't go (boohoo!),
but thought i'd pass along the world. i was half-paying attention, but i
think they said saturday.
deb

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 08:58:39 pdt
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>from: deb woodell <woodelldc@aol.com>
>reply-to: woodelldc@aol.com
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: philadelphia show
>date: thu, 27 apr 2000 11:40:44 edt
>
>hey, everyone,
>     just heard an announcement that tickets for the lone philly show go on
>sale this weekend. i have to work when the show is, so i can't go
>(boohoo!),
>but thought i'd pass along the world. i was half-paying attention, but i
>think they said saturday.

i feel your pain!...i'll be doing field research in dorset (can you say
rain?) for the first two weeks of june...*bleh*...

*poopies*

rugbygrrl
>deb
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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 09:48:43 -0700
reply-to:     jana michaelis <janba99@yahoo.com>
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i've been a fan since 1989 but just joined this list
about a month ago, and i've been looking at the
newsgroup for quite awhile.  i'm a lurker.

jana

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 16:52:11 gmt
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i must really be behind on things....  i, too, received the update  email
from the ig.com site and followed the link to the ig news page when i see a
blurb/link that kfog (a san francisco station) would be auctioning off
tickets to a very intimate concert by the indigo girls for late july.  all
excited, i follow the link to kfog's site, only to find out that the
auction was held last friday, april 21st - and that all forty tickets were
auctioned off :-(   sniff sniff.....  i had no idea - and had not seen that
update in the news section until today.

well, i guess the good news is that they will be in the bay area sometime
in late july - so hopefully some new dates will be announced for
berkeley/san francisco soon!

does anyone on the list have any connections at kfog where i could call to
offer to purchase two of the remaining 10 seats (they said ig would be
playing to an audience of fifty - but they only auctioned off twenty pairs
of tickets - leaving 10 tickets which i assume they are keeping for some
sort of on-air contest or promotional opportunity.)  i live in the
sacramento area, so i can't pick up a very good signal from kfog - so any
help would greatly appreciated!!!!

carrie p.

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 13:03:56 -0400
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> i must really be behind on things....  i, too, received the update  email
> from the ig.com site and followed the link to the ig news page when i see a
> blurb/link that kfog (a san francisco station) would be auctioning off
> tickets to a very intimate concert by the indigo girls for late july.

        i wouldn't be too upset, carrie. my father called in for me right
at 5:45, and they told him then that the opening bid was $200 a pair, and
that he didn't have a snowball's chance in hell with any bid under $500.
as much as i adore the girls, tuition takes priority. or at least my dad
thinks so. i guess i forgive him. *sigh*


> does anyone on the list have any connections at kfog where i could call to
> offer to purchase two of the remaining 10 seats

        my suspicion is that those ten unauctioned seats are going to be
comp spots - either gifts to big-money station sponsors or gifts to
various employees. it's worth a shot (good luck) but i honestly wouldn't
count on it.
        what about the rest of y'all, though? i do hope at least one pair
of those tickets went to a listee. if you're out there, speak up! we need
to know whom to badger for details after the event. :)
        mandy


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                i have a gift to bring....

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 12:22:09 -0500
reply-to:     "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com>
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i've been a fan since 91 but just recently joined the list.  about two
months ago i think.  i have to say i love it.  i love that you guys are all
so giving with your information.  i know things right away now thanks to you
kind friends.  it is really great.
-mi rinda

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 13:43:56 -0400
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i've been a fan since '93 or '94, and i just joined the list a few months
ago. i also started posting to the epic bbs a few months ago. it's great
knowing that there are so many people who love the indigo girls and their
music as much as (sometimes more than) i.

(o:,'
megan

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 12:05:19 pdt
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hey all! thanks for that post! since i left werk early cuz i was sick, i
dint get it! i really didnt know if i should even try to go cuz i felt
really bad and i had a feeling something would happen. as it turned out my
gf and i went up to duke anyway (being only 15 mins from up) and we found
out it had been moved in doors and saw all the security. when my gut tells
me sumtin, its usually right! i knew i was sick and didnt need to be out
that late and we wouldnt have had a good time cuz i was quite ill, and, i
was kinda glad it was indoors and i couldnt get in b/c of that. dont get me
wrong, i was beyond psyched to  see our girls, but i just felt terrible
yesterday, and by last night felt much worse! i truly believe everthing
happens for a reason, you know? excuse while i get philisophical for a
minute, but sometimes god will "tell" me things (ie my gut etc) and i dont
listen. so, sometimes, he "tells" me much louder so i absolutly hear him!!
he "shut the door" to this show and i really believe that was his way of
letting me know i really needed to be in home, in bed, and not out late at a
concert! it ended up being a wonderful night at duke though, cuz my gf had
never been to duke (she has only been in nc for a year)so we went into the
duke chapel and just had a beautiful, spiritual time while we were in there.
so it wasn't for nuttin go up there. im dissapointed we didnt get in, but if
all goes well well be goin to charlotte this sat to see em and we have tix
for the june 4th show here in raleigh!! so, anway! the fresh air felt good
last night, but  knew thats not were i was supposed to be at the time. i
started having extreme tightness in my chest and trouble breathing on the
way back to the car, while a cig was in my hand. i was not in good shape
last night, and , after my heart and chest starting given my pain, i knew
for sure i needed to go home!! like emaily says, "everything in its own
time!" have a superific day everyone!!

cara


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>date: wed, 26 apr 2000 07:20:56 -0700
>
>to cara klein and others planning to attend tonight's
>ig concert at duke:
>
>since it's pouring rain, the show will now be held in
>page auditorium instead of on the west quad. what i've
>heard is that **you absolutely must have a duke
>student id to get a ticket** and that they're only
>giving one ticket per id shown, because of limited
>space. this means that if you aren't a duke student,
>you have very little hope of getting in. for anyone
>who has an id, i understand tickets are being passed
>out between 2-4 p.m. at page and (if any are left)
>right before the show begins.
>
>and that's my public service announcement for today.
>
>
>tracy
>editrix@earthlink.net
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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 14:09:46 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <barbarafrommn@webtv.net>
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subject:      re: duke chronicle article 4/26/00
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i  don't understand  what least complicated
has to do with the girls homosexuality, (can someone help me figure it
out)  perhaps
the author  got it mixed up with fugitive on so.

peace

barb

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date:         thu, 27 apr 2000 15:10:59 edt
reply-to:     kisha1976@aol.com
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hey! did anyone happen to tape this show? if so, please contact me at
kisha1976@aol.com

thanks!

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