lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-05b


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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 19:13:32 -0500
reply-to:     rainne <rainne22@bellsouth.net>
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maybe i'm missing something fundamental, but i really don't see the
difference between uploading from napster and taping off the radio.  i'm not
paying anybody (except the blank tape manufacturer) for the stuff i tape off
the radio, no matter how many copies i make of it.

~~tigger, high priestess ofamyism
(a little frazzled today due to being sick and sleeping all afternoon)
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from: graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
date: sunday, may 07, 2000 4:49 pm
subject: re: nigc (sorry) napster


>deb wrote:
>
>> i would never dream of uploading retail ig stuff from napster, denying
them
>> the profit of their outstanding efforts, and i hope you wouldn't either.
>>
>> rare stuff is a little different... i don't think there are many people
who
>> would download rare and live stuff that wouldn't buy the retail cds, but
if
>> an artist didn't want it out there, i wouldn't share it.
>
>i am certain i've read a couple of interviews with the girls in the last
>couple of months where they basically said, they don't mind the
>distribution of rare and out-of-print stuff, as well as concert bootlegs
>(although they don't seem supportive of the bootlegging process itself)
>as long as nobody is making money.  i think they also see things like
>napster as an excellent opportunity to relate to fans on a new level.
>but they don't seem to have really ironed out any firm thoughts about
>either one at the moment.  kind of "still thinking on this issue."
>
>perhaps someday i'll compile a collage of statements from the old
>articles.  i just don't even know where to begin to look for such
>things.
>
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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 11:34:25 -0700
reply-to:     bliss55 <bliss55@email.msn.com>
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from:         bliss55 <bliss55@email.msn.com>
subject:      re: indigo girls or "the indigo girls" and santa cruz :)
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i think i recall them saying in an interview once that it is indigo girls,
but you can say "the indigo girls", but not "the indigo girls."  like you
can use "the" as an article, but not as part of their name.  like:
"the song was performed by the indigo girls" is ok, but not "least
complicated, by the indigo girls."  you know? :)

leslie

p.s.  i am so incredibly excited that they are going to play in santa cruz,
my old stomping ground!  elena, do you know if you can buy separate tix to
their show, or do you have to get tix to the whole fat fry, which i think is
really expensive, but probably a good show, if i remember right?

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 04:39:10 +0400
reply-to:     sandy i-o's <sandyind@emirates.net.ae>
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from:         sandy i-o's <sandyind@emirates.net.ae>
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i speak with no authority on the united states at all, but in australia - we
have this thing called apra - australian performer's rights association.
artists do receive revenue from the performance of their material based on
playlists from these and other public venues.    this may be the case in
other countries.  i know for a fact that ig get paid from the international
fund of apra each time they play their material in aus, as a result of
having to submit playlists to them and seeing their revenue lists.

the other argument is that quality is crappier over the radio and better as
an mp3 file (with the possibility of as good as a 44.1khz copy of the
original recording).

regards,
sandy

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>from: rainne <rainne22@bellsouth.net>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: re: nigc (sorry) napster
>date: mon, 8 may 2000 4:13 am
>

> maybe i'm missing something fundamental, but i really don't see the
> difference between uploading from napster and taping off the radio.  i'm not
> paying anybody (except the blank tape manufacturer) for the stuff i tape off
> the radio, no matter how many copies i make of it.
>
> ~~tigger, high priestess ofamyism
> (a little frazzled today due to being sick and sleeping all afternoon)
> http://www.geocities.com/uberbard21/frontpage.html
> ********
> always remember to pillage before you burn.
> -----original message-----
> from: graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
> date: sunday, may 07, 2000 4:49 pm
> subject: re: nigc (sorry) napster
>
>
>>deb wrote:
>>
>>> i would never dream of uploading retail ig stuff from napster, denying
> them
>>> the profit of their outstanding efforts, and i hope you wouldn't either.
>>>
>>> rare stuff is a little different... i don't think there are many people
> who
>>> would download rare and live stuff that wouldn't buy the retail cds, but
> if
>>> an artist didn't want it out there, i wouldn't share it.
>>
>>i am certain i've read a couple of interviews with the girls in the last
>>couple of months where they basically said, they don't mind the
>>distribution of rare and out-of-print stuff, as well as concert bootlegs
>>(although they don't seem supportive of the bootlegging process itself)
>>as long as nobody is making money.  i think they also see things like
>>napster as an excellent opportunity to relate to fans on a new level.
>>but they don't seem to have really ironed out any firm thoughts about
>>either one at the moment.  kind of "still thinking on this issue."
>>
>>perhaps someday i'll compile a collage of statements from the old
>>articles.  i just don't even know where to begin to look for such
>>things.
>>
>>--
>>graham ames
>>mcgee@oregontrail.net
>>http://www.oregontrail.net/~mcgee/
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>>
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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 17:34:23 -0700
reply-to:     denise <jingles31@excite.com>
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soryy for the nigc..
a couple of friends and i are putting together a little amatuer(extrmely
amatuer actually) group.  we've been kicking around the names
potissimae, poor rosaline, and the turtle gang
and we're kinda stuck..any suggesetions
thanx
denise

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place'"--vw--es
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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 17:40:27 -0700
reply-to:     denise <jingles31@excite.com>
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sorry to who ever i just sent a message to, i didn't mean to.  i don't even
know who i sent it to.  ooops


"the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
place'"--vw--es
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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 18:31:17 -0700
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from:         graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
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well, the big difference is in the quality of the recording.  a high
quality mp3 file will have basically identical playback qualities as the
original digital file it was taken from, no matter how many copies or
generations of copies you descend from the original.  however, taping
off the radio results in two iterations of lost fidelity and quality
(once when it's played and broadcasted, and again when it's recorded
onto analog tape), and then the quality will continue to degrade with
every new copy or generation that is made.

rainne wrote:
>
> maybe i'm missing something fundamental, but i really don't see the
> difference between uploading from napster and taping off the radio.  i'm not
> paying anybody (except the blank tape manufacturer) for the stuff i tape off
> the radio, no matter how many copies i make of it.


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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 20:51:32 -0500
reply-to:     rainne <rainne22@bellsouth.net>
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from:         rainne <rainne22@bellsouth.net>
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well ok quality wise, yeah, i can see the difference clearly between napster
and the radio.  that's a no-brainer.  but  what i meant was legally
different or "morally" (kid gloves on that one) or whatever.... like the
ethics and the legality of taping songs from the radio versus the ethics and
legality of downloading off napster.  the argument which touched on this
closest, that i saw, was the one which said that radio has to have
permission to broadcast music.  so i guess.... why not establish those same
guidelines on the internet as on radio?

~~tigger, high priestess of amyism
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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 06:08:32 +0400
reply-to:     sandy i-o's <sandyind@emirates.net.ae>
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from:         sandy i-o's <sandyind@emirates.net.ae>
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the difficulty is that the ownership issue still hasnt been decided in some
countries (including the united states).  there are still issues about who
owns files that are stored on someone else's server.  on one level it looks
clearcut, but considering the fact that email is stored on a third party
server until it is retrieved, it makes the issue of ownership a little
fuzzier.   the fundamental difference between napster and most radio
stations, is that the audience do not have direct control of programming of
the radio, whereas with napster, their argument is that they do, that
clearance of copyright etc, payment of dues is up to the individuals who are
using their service.  in other words, napster sees itself as a delivery
method rather than either an audience or a programmer.

sandy

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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 22:16:28 edt
reply-to:     pharmanaml@aol.com
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hi there!

i originally ordered 5 tickets for the june 9th show at the mann music center
in philly.  i can now only use 3 of them.  the seats are in row q (that's
about the 10th row from the stage), section a, right side.  i got them
through ticketmaster...with all of their charges i paid $44 each.  $44 is the
price i am asking.  if anyone is interested please e-mail me privately.

thanks :0)

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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 20:23:07 -0700
reply-to:     jackdavinci@dreamsmithdesigns.com
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subject:      re: nigc:  substitute for swear words
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i have been substituting swear words lately too. i've
even been playing with reversing them and making them
positive - for example when i'm about to say 'god damn
it' i switch it to 'god bless it' or some such... i
also sometimes use the 'buffy the vampire slayer"
end-credits sound bite "grr.. arg.." and other sound
bites like "timmy!" (south park) ... "malkovitch!"
(being john malkovitch)... "its too much!" (fight
club). i liked the faux mulder gary shandling's name
calling 'cigarette smoking son of a mackerel" but it
doesnt really roll off the tongue.

on xfiles tonight mulder said 'shit' two times but the
cell phone 'staticed' it out

turtle

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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 23:24:24 edt
reply-to:     woodelldc@aol.com
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the philadelphia daily news, especially in sports, has a long history of just
using the word "bleep" or its variations in quoted material. such as, "i
played a horsebleep game," or "it was a bleeping penalty."
deb

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 00:06:15 -0500
reply-to:     joey krimple <jkrimple@apex.net>
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hello fellow indigo girl lovers!!!  i just got home from nashville after an
incredible day!  i got to the riverfront at about 2:30pm and war was already
playing (y'know, all....my....friends, own a lowrider) and they were really
good - lots of percussion and horns - awesome!  then a band called
strangefolk played on the second stage while ratdog set up.  they were
really good too, kinda reminded me of a cross between stereo popsicle and
phish.  then ratdog performed and the crowd went crazy - there were more
patchwork dresses and sweaty hippies than you could shake a stick at!  i
later overheard several conversations amongst some girl fans that they were
sufferring from culture shock - probably the first time since college
someone passed them a joint!  anyway, after an extremely extended jam
session, ratdog finally finished thier set and hippies and lesbians traded
places in the audience.  while we waited for the girls, shannon curfman
played on the second stage.  i think she's local.  she kinda reminded me of
michelle malone's style of more hard rock guitar and bluesy grit vocals.
poor thing, she was really talented, but after having to sit through 10 (at
least) greatful dead classics, the audience was frothing at the mouth to
hear amy and emily, and some were not too kind!  finally, the girls came
out:  emily wore a royal blue v-neck shirt with an orange button-up over it
and dark blue jeans.  amy (looking very skinny) wore a red star trek t-shirt
and blue jeans.  they were very enthusiastic, reminiscing about when amy
lived in nashville in '83 (she said she used to work at the great escape,
which is a record store, and that she used to spend all her wages on
music!), and commenting on the dancing hippies that remained for thier set.
before power of two, emily told the crowd about how a couple nights ago, a
man proposed to a woman in the audience during this song, and that if there
were anyone who wanted to tonight, they would perform a mass wedding
ceremony "for all faiths and sexual orientations"!

setlist:
it's alright
gone again
least complicated
jonas & ezekial (awesome!)
cold beer - very nice to hear acoustic
land of canaan (always a pleasure)
power of two
ozilline
closer to fine (hootenannie style) with shannon curfman and terri clark
(country singer?)
go
get out the map
shame on you

encore:
faye tucker (with shannon cufman - did i mention she is an excellent
guitarist?)
galileo

a very good show - i love it when it's just amy and emily.  not that i don't
enjoy the band mind you, but as a duo, i think they concentrate on thier
vocals more.  with the band, thier more focused on rocking out!
i met several people who are interested in joining the list, so if someone
would be so kind as to send me the directions again i would appreciate it.

good night all
joey

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 01:08:37 edt
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do they ever do "nashville" in nashville?  if i were they, i would never go
back there, unless i could make sure no money would go to the music
establishment there...
kd lang was treated like shit there too, except by minnie pearl, whom kd said
was wonderful...

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 01:28:59 edt
reply-to:     emilyraliers@aol.com
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i am watching the television show the practice, and find myself very
disturbed.  the justices seem bent on killing a man, and they just showed a
dry run of the lethal injection procedure.
does anyone else think it is a horrible thing that the state has been given
the authority to commit murder?  even the very code by which those people in
favor of the death penalty profess to live, christianity, condemns this.
someone on politically incorrect even went so far as to say that a small
percentage of mistakenly executed people is acceptable due to the good to
society done by capital punishment!!! not that anything good is really done.
the stupidity and hypocrisy surrounding this issue really apall me.
sorry for the rant.

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date:         sun, 7 may 2000 22:29:46 -0700
reply-to:     hippybear@bigfoot.com
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from:         graham ames <mcgee@oregontrail.net>
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well, my reply to this is that the internet, unlike radio, places the
power of distribution in everyone's hands, not just the hands of those
with broadcasting licenses.  i fully support that idea.  if we give up
the power to share the things we like with each other, then it all
becomes marketing, and we end up nothing more than fodder for the
advertising industry.

in fact, ig has been doing work trying to empower different forms of
radio, like low-power fm and such.  i think they're all for seeing new
venues for distribution.  it's just the ethical question of compensation
which is so frustrating with napster.

i'd like to see some kind of reform of our current compensation
practices which reflect the nature of everyone wanting to share
everything for free, but also means that artists whose work is
appreciated are recognized in some form or other.  but don't ask me
about what kind of alternative would work.

as to your question, i don't tape off the radio, or trade mp3s.  i've
bought too many cds and cassettes out of guitar cases, and have tried to
help too many friends of mine become known as musicians, to ever bootleg
albums.  i do make "assortment" tapes for friends, with single tracks
off of various cds.  i find that this is a good way to "spread my mojo",
and often exposes people to music they become curious about and
eventually purchase.

and i do trade concert bootlegs and rare tracks...

so i guess i have defined lines about what i will and will not do.
*shrug*

rainne wrote:
>
> well ok quality wise, yeah, i can see the difference clearly between napster
> and the radio.  that's a no-brainer.  but  what i meant was legally
> different or "morally" (kid gloves on that one) or whatever.... like the
> ethics and the legality of taping songs from the radio versus the ethics and
> legality of downloading off napster.  the argument which touched on this
> closest, that i saw, was the one which said that radio has to have
> permission to broadcast music.  so i guess.... why not establish those same
> guidelines on the internet as on radio?

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there's an interesting looking article in "biography" magazine this month on
a teacher and students who fight against the death penalty system.  i haven't
read it yet--but, it's on my list of things to do this month....

just a note on the note....

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hey!

sorry for the nigc

i remember someone who lives in japan posted to this list a while back.  anyway, i will be back in japan for travel on the 17th of may.  would any japanese ig fans be interested in meeting up for a bit?  i'll be in kumamoto, hiroshima, kyoto/osaka/nara, fuji (hakone most likely) and tokyo.  perhaps i'll also be up somewhere in the tohoku area.  if there is anyone on this list who lives in japan, please e-mail me!

:-) karen

ps- again, sorry for the nigc

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yes, coming from a country where it hasn't been legal for most of my life
time, i find it abhorrent.  one of the things to remember is that the usa is
still in the very small minority of developed countries in the world that
actively uses the death penalty, let alone where it is legal.  i suspect
this new - states-nation initiative that i read about may pass, if for no
other reason than the real desire by a lot of people to remove it.

i remember lots and lots of years ago now (ok not that many, but the
mid-eighties) - many years after the death penalty was removed,  when a lot
of the public opinion in my country was that lindy chamberlain should have
been put to death, she was the woman who allegedly killed her baby, but a
subsequent court ruling found that not only a dingo more likely did it, but
that her guilt was totally unfounded - and was always based on public
opinion.  so... she is still alive now, cos we didnt have a death penalty,
the court cases altogether took about ten years, enough time to decide to
kill someone.  oh dear, this ended up with me being on one side of a debate,
i don't know that i am on one side of a debate, i just remember thinking at
the time that i was glad that we hadn't done the wrong thing in that
particular case.

sandy

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>

> i am watching the television show the practice, and find myself very
> disturbed.  the justices seem bent on killing a man, and they just showed a
> dry run of the lethal injection procedure.
> does anyone else think it is a horrible thing that the state has been given
> the authority to commit murder?  even the very code by which those people in
> favor of the death penalty profess to live, christianity, condemns this.
> someone on politically incorrect even went so far as to say that a small
> percentage of mistakenly executed people is acceptable due to the good to
> society done by capital punishment!!! not that anything good is really done.
> the stupidity and hypocrisy surrounding this issue really apall me.
> sorry for the rant.
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for those of you anti-death penalty folks among us,
wes craven made a satirical movie in the late 1980's
called "shocker" about a man who survives the death
penalty.  dead man walking it's not, but it is
entertaining and worth a rent

thankful my last final will be over in four hours and
i can finally get a good day's sleep,
carrie:)

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a lot of the time, i find myself using "flit" instead of f***, and "oh
sugar" instead of "oh s***" - a lot of these are just family things : my
mum used them, my aunts used them, etc...

i use "oh smeg!" as well, but that's just a red dwarf thing........

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hey everyone.
what an amazing show it was.
now, you'd think that with such great acoustics and sound (was it just me,
or was it really, really loud?) i would've been able to figure this out.
but... does anyone know what emily sings on backup during ozilline?  i think
i've got the "get your book and..." part (wow, that was tough to figure out,
i know) but the rest i still can't make out.  if i had been a little closer
to the stage i think i would've been able to get it, with the sound & by
reading em's lips, but i couldn't.  anyone?  thanks.
hey, did anyone else at the concert enjoy the fireworks outside?  they
started practically just as the concert let out - from the u. of tampa i
think.  that was a cool way to end the night, don't ya think?


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>>but... does anyone know what emily sings on backup during ozilline?

my gf and i tried to figure this out over a slew of live shows and came to
the conclusion that it goes like this:

amy: "oh - ozillene, i feel for you...."
emily:"my pleasures would be doubled"
amy: "oh - ozillene, i feel for you...."
emily:"if i could call you mine"

which i don't really understand *why* she'd be singing that, but it was
pretty clear at the boathouse show.

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>but... does anyone know what emily sings on backup during ozilline?
hi! i'm not really sure of what she says, don't remember the specifics,
but if someone has the f&m boot, i remember that emily told us exactly
what they were singing. guess that doesn't help too much, but it's a
start. :)
jess

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book. and then maybe steer us clear from some of the pain it took to get
us where we are this far. but the question drowns in its futility, and
even i have got to laugh at me. no one gets to miss the storm of what will
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funny story about the word "bleep".  when we were little kids we were not
allowed to swear so we would use that word to replace whatever someone had
said.  well, one time my sister was harassed by someone so the cops were
involved.  the cop was asking her what the guy said to her and my sister
said.  "hey said come here you little bleep or i'm going to kill you."  the
cop was all confused.  "he called you a bleep?"  it was really very funny
amidst a small tragedy.  just thought i would share.

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the philadelphia daily news, especially in sports, has a long history of
just
using the word "bleep" or its variations in quoted material. such as, "i
played a horsebleep game," or "it was a bleeping penalty."
deb

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<<i remember that emily told us exactly what they were singing.>>

as tara said, it's "my pleasure would be doubled if i could call
you mine."

the late (and goshdarn great) rick danko suggested the line, i
believe it's from an old folk song.

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speaking of the f&m show...did anyone ever say if they got a good boot of
the show??
peace and love,
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in regards to ig coming to the fat fry, i could not be more hyped! i
went last year - it's a really cool outdoors daytime festival. lots of
types of music, from cajun to folk. last year, dar was there, which was
the reason i went, but i ended up having a great time! the tickets are
general admission - it's in this park, so bring blankets to sit on. the
stage was kind of small, but the view was pretty good. *shrug* the only
wierd thing is that the parking lot was about a mile away from the
park, so they had these shuttle buses... when i got on, the ig version
of "uncle john's band" started playing...

last year the tix were also available online, but i haven't been able
to find any info on it yet... i'll keep looking and post when
available.

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i think it is different if you were to kill the person, although i still
think it would be wrong. i am completely against the state having the
authority to kill people, however.
if killing is wrong, it is wrong, regardless of the crimes of the victim.
imho.

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obviously i can't speak out about a situation i
haven't experienced (a violent crime against a family
member), but there are families of victims who speak
out against the death penalty, notably the family of
matthew sherpherd.

for me personally, it comes down to two types of
people who kill.  one, the insane who don't understand
their actions, and i don't believe they should be put
to death.  instead they should be institutionalized.
two, those who are conscious of their actions before,
during or after the crime.  i think those people
should have to live with what they did (life in prison
without parole), which is worse than death.
simplistic and idealistic i realize, but i think
there's a core truth in there.

relieved that finals are over,
carrie:)

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"i think it is different if you were to kill the person, although i still
think it would be wrong. i am completely against the state having the
authority to kill people, however.
if killing is wrong, it is wrong, regardless of the crimes of the victim"


i just think it might be a little easier to forgive someone if it was not
planned and/or they were begging for forgiveness, unlike charles manson or
ted bundy, like a stated before......i still don't think i could forgive
them, but it might make it alittle easier to try.....

annamarie

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my gf and i tried to figure this out over a slew of live shows and came to
the conclusion that it goes like this:

amy: "oh - ozillene, i feel for you...."
emily:"my pleasures would be doubled"
amy: "oh - ozillene, i feel for you...."
emily:"if i could call you mine"

which i don't really understand *why* she'd be singing that, but it was
pretty clear at the boathouse show.


i remember at the f+m show, someone asked emily about that line,  and she
said something about it being  about oziline and her soon-to-be-husband
(amy's grandpa)

xo
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whhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!! i submitted a question
earlier on in the week and.......it got picked and she answered
it!!!!!!!!!!! someone had earlier asked a question that was similar so she
kinda already ansered it, but she answered mine too!!!! (mine was basically
have any of your own songs helped you through tring times!)
wwhhhhheeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!! that chat was so cool!!!! i am
still in shock and its monday!! have a great day all!!

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cara

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>date: fri, 5 may 2000 14:16:50 -0500
>
>yeah, i'm going to try and get in too but i don't have much luck at
>getting in on chats, (webtv
>isn't too good for that ) soooooo.  if anyone could get a transcript and
>post it, that would be great.   thanks
>
>peace
>
>barb
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any baigls out there?
please email me, i'd like to connect.

thanx,
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hey all!! sounds like lots of us got to ask emily questions!! that was
sooooo cool!! anway, here is a little tid bit from my advocate.com email
news! have a great day!!

cara

* mississippi governor ronnie musgrove signs a bill into law that bars
gays and lesbians from adopting children in the state.
    <http://www.advocate.com/html/news/050500/050500news02.html>
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hi everybody & happy monday:

the background words that em sings are:

  my pleasures would be doubled
  if i could call you mine.

time for lunch
bye.

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a merchandise certificate numbered 1694 that was redeemed on april 12th just
came across my desk. how weird is that??

now i can't get "shame on you" out of my head.

...oo la la la la la la la la shame on you

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hey all! if anyone lives in philly, please go check this out! for those not
familiar w/ commonbond, they are from the dc area and very similar to our
girls (two girls two acuoustic gutiars, one blond, one dark hair!) they also
friends of mine and are really incredible! in fact they did a parody of
"closer to fine" called "closer to dyke", and it is the most hillaruios
thing ive ever heard!! every time i hear the original i always start singin
the parady! they sang it once in atlanta and emily's sister was in the
audience, unbenounce to them, and she loved it! ashley and mary beth
(commonbond) were extremely relived! :) they  love the girls and did this in
complete fun so they were glad when emily's sister took that way!! anway,
they have incredible lyrics and the two of them can just flat out play!
harmonies are spectacular!! they have three albums and when they are live
they do a few covers!  if ya go you will have a blast!! they are turly
amazing musicians/songwriters!! tell em cara from chapel hill nc sent ya!!
:) have a great day!!

cara
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cara,

could you post the lyrics to "closer to dyke" if it's not too much trouble?

thanks,
robbin
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i too would be interested...thanks in advance....sparkie

loralei riney
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that's a big fat me too!!!!!!!
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closer to dyke
>
>i'm trying to tell you something bout my life,
>so come inside, sit down and meet my wife
>and the best thing you've ever done for me
>is to help me accept my sexuality
>it's my life, after all
>yeah!

>well the closet has a hunger that's insatiable
>and society has a call that's hard to hear
>i wrap my fear around me like a blanket
>i sailed my ship of straightness til i sank it
>i'm crawling up her shorts
>
>i went to the doctor
>i went to the mountains
>i looked to the straight world
>and i threw up in their fountains
>there's more than one answer to these questions, pointing me in a crooked
line
>and the longer i drive my flatbed ford to tennessee
>the closer i am to dyke.
>
>i went to see the doctor of gynecology
>with a poster of gabrielle and my hand between my knees
>he asked if i liked her and if i watched x-rated movies
>i told him i didn't
>he said he could see threw me
>i spent 4 years prostrate to the higher mind
>got my pride wings and i was free
>
>chorus
>
>i stopped by eve's (the bar we were in) at 3 am
>to seek solace in a bottle or a lesbian
>i woke up with a woman i'd never met before
>i ran to the other side of the bathroom door
>looked in the mirror seeking clarity
>
>chorus x2
>we go to the bible
>we go through the workout
>we read up on revival
>we stand up for the lookout
>there's more than one answer to these questions, pointing me in a crooked
line
>and the longer i drive my flatbed ford to tennessee,
>the closer i am to dyke.

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wow!  this is really weird.  for no apparent reason on
my way to school today (only one exam left, woohoo!) i
started thinking about that song.  i haven't heard it
since last year at pride and then all of a sudden here
we are talking about it.  i just thought that was a
little strange.  i don't remember, if somebody could
refresh my memory, who sings it? i was laughing my ass
off when i first heard it.  ok, that's it for now.

heather

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<<oo la la la ...shame on you>> lol

when i first heard  shame on you  i thought
the girls were nuts to be singing  all those
oo la la 's .  i  like the song now because it rocks and pokes fun at
the cops and immigration  agents.  but  sometimes the  oo
la la's  make  me "cringe"  and think, "oh that's
so '50ish!  uchh!  oo la la.  that's so sweet and gooey!"

obviously i;m  not into 50's & 60's  songs with all the sha la la;s ,
and shoo-be-doo's .  and
'teen angel, how i love you so>"  sugary sweet.

lol

barb

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i saw this (used) at a cd store in chicago for $30.
is that a good price?  will i be able to find it cheaper anywhere?
also, how does this 'boot' differ from fan made boots?

-mel

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how bout "obscure vegtables"! heheeh..i came up w/ that one time and i think
its..i dunno what it is...doesnt make sense i guess thats why i like it!
anway, i doubt you like it! have a great day!!!

cara


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>soryy for the nigc..
>a couple of friends and i are putting together a little amatuer(extrmely
>amatuer actually) group.  we've been kicking around the names
>potissimae, poor rosaline, and the turtle gang
>and we're kinda stuck..any suggesetions
>thanx
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on mon, 8 may 2000, barbara bordner wrote:

> but  sometimes the  oo la la's  make  me "cringe"  and think, "oh that's
> so '50ish!  uchh!  oo la la.  that's so sweet and gooey!"
>
> obviously i;m  not into 50's & 60's  songs with all the sha la la;s ,
> and shoo-be-doo's .  and
> 'teen angel, how i love you so>"  sugary sweet.

   i always thought that juxtaposition was kinda ironic.
   they're singing these "sha la la"s, like in brown eyed girl, and yet
doing the par-for-course political barbs.
   and, hey -- what's wrong with "sha la la"s, anyway?  i mean, i despise
cheeseball '50s music as much as anybody ("omigod!  not that last
kiss!"  *followed by hysterical laughing* - apologies to other pj
fans...), but there's been some great stuff with weird syllable
babbling.  just off the top of my head:

   brown eyed girl - van "the man" morrison (sure, it's sweet and sappy,
and fekkinbrilliant!)
   darlington county - bruce springsteen (the world trade centers bit is
one of my favorite song couplets ever...)

   all the groundbreaking old-school motown stuff, and paul simon's
capeman album had "doo-wops" and "shalala"s going on in the background
too.
   anybody?

   darius

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>i saw this (used) at a cd store in chicago for $30.
>is that a good price?

if it's a burnt cd, maybe. if it's a cdr, no.

>will i be able to find it cheaper anywhere?

you'll probably be able to find a copy for free (well, the provision of
blanks and postage, at least).

>also, how does this 'boot' differ from fan made boots?

>from www.andineil.com/indigogirls/bootlegs

"what to say? well, all this disc can be found elsewhere:
1-7 on reverse-1 (a promo only cd, but often traded, so i hear)
8-11 on in with the out crowd
12-17 on the second shed your skin promo (ditto the reverse-1 comments), and
also on attack of the killer b-sides -
rarigies volume three.
so unessential then. best save your time and money."

or try and obtain "in with the out crowd", "reverse-1" and "b-sides 3" which
have many more tracks...

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mulder and scully used the "bleeping blankety blank" substitute a few
seasons back on xfiles too, remember? that worked for me, and made me lmao
when they said it deadpan.

h.l.s.

>the philadelphia daily news, especially in sports, has a long history of just
>using the word "bleep" or its variations in quoted material. such as, "i
>played a horsebleep game," or "it was a bleeping penalty."
>deb

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<<and, hey -- what's wrong with "sha la la"s, anyway?  i mean, i despise
cheeseball '50s music as much as anybody>>

i love cheeseball '50s music. as long as it's quality cheesball.
(for once in my life there is no sarcastic subtext whatsoever).

and linking all of this so it's igc:

<<brown eyed girl - van "the man" morrison>>
which inspired shame on you and the igs made part of a medley thereof

<<darlington county - bruce springsteen>>

aaahhh... the boss - inventor of the chickenman:
"well they blew up the chickenman in philly last night, now they blew up his
house too..."

<<anybody?>>

the angels (singing "hey la,) hey la, my boyfriends back"

and moving away from the igc (because i have no other ideas) into the
classics:
harry nilsson - without her (lots o' doo do doooos)
simon and garfunkel 'dobut n dobut - feeling groovy'
the ronettes say more with a single 'wo wo, a woh-wo-wo-who' than most
artists can in a whole song.

and moving back toward the cheese (but classic cheese all the same):
roxette - the look! (the kings of 'nanannanananananaaa')
musical youth - pass the deutchie ('bang biddley biddley biddley bong')

anyway...

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may 10th, (79)
alisa greenberg
agreenb1@swarthmore.edu

* swamp ophelia, may 10 1994

may 11 ('80)
wind80@aol.com (ilana deutsch)
"i am intense, i am in need, i am in pain, i am in love"

* rites of passage, may 12 1992

may 11 ('74)
mcunningham5@earthlink.net (mike cunningham)
"if the world is night, shine my life like a light"-es
"i said so little darlin' you get to feel it too"-ar

may 13
megan (mbeene@wesleyancollege.edu)
"guess i wasn't the best one to ask..."

may 14 ('74)
sguarnieri@vmsvax.simmons.edu (shanya)
"it's only life after all"

may 14 ('74)
jason lee (indigo@dallas.net)
"way down south where the mayan reign, zapata reading poetry in his grave
they said were stealing from the best to feed the poor,  well they need
more!!!"  amy ray


celebrate :)

love and indigo,
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on mon, 8 may 2000, neil :o) wrote:

> i love cheeseball '50s music. as long as it's quality cheesball.
> (for once in my life there is no sarcastic subtext whatsoever).

   you can't go too wrong with ricky nelson.  or jonny rivers.  i spent my
entire childhood thinking it was, "secret asian man."  which i am.  :)

> aaahhh... the boss - inventor of the chickenman:
> "well they blew up the chickenman in philly last night, now they blew up his
> house too..."

   awww, bleep!  just when i was thinking that, after "incident on
57th" and "jungleland" in toronto, and "blinded by the light," "because
the night," and "trapped" in cleveland, along with standard boss fare
(thunder rd, born2run, murder inc., point blank, out in the street, etc.),
i was feeling perfectly satisfied about the legendary performances i had
seen, you had to go and throw "atlantic city" into the mix.
   i can't afford to go to madison square garden!!!  ***argh***

   of course, if you want to be more rube goldberg-esque about the whole
deal:

   - springsteen's guitarist is nils lofgren, who is producing the
storyline album "sentences to life."
   - guests on the storyline album are phil rhodes, jesse valenzuela,
robin wilson, and scott johnson, all former members of the gin blossoms.
   - jesse and scott both were in a band called the low watts, which
released a single track on a christmas compilation.
   - this compilation also had a track by michelle (*drool*) malone, who
is a known conspirator and frequent opener for the indigo girls.

> the angels (singing "hey la,) hey la, my boyfriends back"

   i feel like part of the unwashed masses now.  excuse me while i go do
penance by listening to korn for an hour for my lack of musical
knowledge.  duh.

> simon and garfunkel 'dobut n dobut - feeling groovy'

   two hours.

> the ronettes say more with a single 'wo wo, a woh-wo-wo-who' than most
> artists can in a whole song.

   three.

   how about rochester's coolest export, the almighty cab
calloway?  "...tell you a story 'bout minnie the moocher..."

   does that count?  can i go back down to two?  please?

   darius

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 17:10:37 -0500
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hey all,
        i was wondering, for those who have already ordered tickets for the summer
shed/ampitheatre tour dates...if you've received them yet, do they list an
opening act, too? we have tickets for both the iowa shows and i'm very
curious about who will be opening for them. i haven't heard a peep about
openers for any of the summer shows.
bye,
michelle

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 15:09:42 -0700
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hi everyone-

i haven't seen anything yet on the sunfest show, so i'll give a little
review...it was a beautiful show on a perfect night in west palm beach.  the
music had been going on all day, but the group right before the girls was
the cathy richardson band, cathy came back out and sang ctf with them later.
let's see, amy was wearing a t-shirt that read "lay quiet for a while" and
emily was wearing the coolest capri-length pants with army boots, she looked
very cute.
i have never been so close to the stage, we waited a good part of the day in
our spot and it was wonderful to have them performing right in front of
you...we met a lot of nice people up there too, was there anybody else
there??
they again seemed very happy to be in florida, and there wasn't too much
chatter, they just kept saying that it was nice to be there, but their faces
showed how happy they were the whole time.
the crowd was a little loud at first, but started paying more attention as
the show went on.
the setlist, in no particular order:

get out the map
land of canaan
closer to fine
least complicated
power of two
gone again
go
hammer and a nail
ozillene
chickenman
shame on you
cold beer and remote
kid fears
peace tonight
galileo

...i think that's all, i might be missing one...

have a nice week, everyone.

jenn

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 15:29:16 -0700
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at 06:00 pm 5/7/2000 -0400, mary b. post wrote:
>anyway, what words do y'all use as substitutes when you are mad.  come
>on entertain and help me!
>mary

when i started swearing more often than i liked, i replaced swear words
with the word 'carp'.  especially good because swearing on a fish is so
absurd that it tends to lighten the mood and alleviate tension, too... =)

good luck,
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i do have my tickets for raleigh already...and there is no mention of an
opening act...don't know who is opening in atlanta either...d:)

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 17:55:13 -0500
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okay..thank you to whoever sent the lyrics to closer to dyke....wonderful.....got me thinking about another song and some changes that could be made ...by don williams ( old country singer from 70'80's) mamma's don't let your baby's grow up to be cowboys....

i can hear the refrain in my mind right now.....

and..i got a button this weekend that was perfect....
" i used to be a tomboy.....now i am a full grown lesbian"

sparkie

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date:         mon, 8 may 2000 17:20:50 pdt
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hello..
    in the song sister,  amy sings a verse while emily is consistantly
singing background vocals. id say the verse is about the middle of the
song..    what are the lyrics to emily's background part??
thanks ahead of time,
lori
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"i wish i were a mother
with a baby at my breast
but i am just a farmer
with a milk cow and a mess"

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hi guys...

i'm sure this url has been posted before... but for you newbies, check out

http://www.classmates.com/celeb/yearbook

and look up the "r"'s for amy and the "s"'s for emily.  also remember to click on their photos to scroll through more pictures.  the photos are a hoot!

a.l.

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>from:    rainne <rainne22@bellsouth.net>
>
>well ok quality wise, yeah, i can see the difference clearly between napster
>and the radio.  that's a no-brainer.  but  what i meant was legally
>different or "morally" (kid gloves on that one) or whatever.... like the
>ethics and the legality of taping songs from the radio versus the ethics and
>legality of downloading off napster.

the biggest difference in my mind is not even the sound quality.  napster
is music-on-demand; you can select exactly the song you want, and record it
when you want. it's not practical to record the radio all day hoping to put
together a cd of the latest metallica cd.

>   the argument which touched on this
>closest, that i saw, was the one which said that radio has to have
>permission to broadcast music.  so i guess.... why not establish those same
>guidelines on the internet as on radio?

something's got to give, that's for certain.

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nancy lambert wrote:

> but i am just a farmer
> with a milk cow and a mess"

weird... i sat listening to sister at work the other day and
i swear, at some point, what emily was singing was...

"but i am just a feather, with an echo in my nest..."
(sort of made sense to me cuz i was thinking of a mother
and the "empty nest" syndrome... ya know?)

is this another "misheard lyric", or what?  anyone know
absolutely what she is singing here?

later,
twink!

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for immediate release

- - - - - - - - - - -
fun not phelps      tuesday may 9, 2000, 11am-4pm     tappan square

the oberlin community will come together in celebration of the queer and
faith communities on tuesday may 9, 2000 from 11am to 4pm.  many eyes will
be on oberlin's response to fred phelps' not-so-friendly visit to oberlin.

phelps says that "god hates fags."  that matthew shepard, who was brutally
murdered because he is gay, is currently burning in hell. that "aids cures
fags."  he offers a warning that "the zeitgeist of oberlin is sending
students to hell".  phelps is coming to oberlin with videocameras and
handcuffs in his pockets, eagerly awaiting opportunity to goad us into
breaking laws (i.e. violating his civil liberties-- making someone angry
enough to take a swing at him) so he can make citizens arrests or sue.

the oberlin community's engagement in phelps' message of hate is the
metaphorical laugh of the medusa--our community response is working within
our community, and not with phelps.  of course, phelps' messages are
incredibly upsetting and really hit an emotional chord.  there will be
counselors in wilder hall (the student union) throughout the entire
afternoon.  some folks will choose to ignore phelps, pray, dance, talk to
people, etc.  there are lots of chances to have  fun--bands, a capella
groups, and choirs performing all afternoon, a free picnic open to students
and nonstudents alike, queer 'baptisms', human chess (as in, with human
chesspieces!), hopscotch, a whole bunch of homosocial and ally fun.

we will have our own fun, be out as queers, be out as allies, be out as
christians and other folks of faith.  we can get a kick out of our
incredibly diverse community that is under attack from fundamentalists and
"normal" people.  tuesday afternoon it's all about us.

fred phelps is helping us throw a party.  come be part of the fun!!!


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hey everyone,

now that we're going back to the band soon, i want to savor those acoustic
shows...does anybody have the unh show (4/20) to trade?

please email me privately.

much thanks,
brenda

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i can't recall which interview it was, but someone on this list
interviewed amy and emily and asked what the lyrics were.  the milk cow
line is right.

jean

--- barb and twink <bf2brland@sprintmail.com> wrote:
> nancy lambert wrote:
>
> > but i am just a farmer
> > with a milk cow and a mess"
>
> weird... i sat listening to sister at work the other day and
> i swear, at some point, what emily was singing was...
>
> "but i am just a feather, with an echo in my nest..."
> (sort of made sense to me cuz i was thinking of a mother
> and the "empty nest" syndrome... ya know?)
>
> is this another "misheard lyric", or what?  anyone know
> absolutely what she is singing here?
>
> later,
> twink!
>
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i have to say that i saw common bond that year at philly pride and we were
cheering them on as thety sang this and hysterically laughing i was
wondering where you could get their cds cuz i couldnt find where the were
being sold at the fest..... but they were very good and probably the
funniest thing except for the amyor of philadelphia getting or giving a kiss
to the big queen running the show ...... i cant quite remember what happened
(due to a few cold ones) but i remember laughing
well any way i just wanted to say that common bond does indeed *rock*
-jess


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hey all,
i wanted to add my two cents about commonbond. there site can be found
at www.commonbondmusic.com i've had the chance to see them a few times.
they are awesome and put on a great show just like our girls. also if
you enjoy great guitar work like em's....look no further than
commonbond. the song closer to dyke has to be seen live......it's way
over the top!

special thanks to all you who write the concert reviews. it helps those
of us who don't live anywhere the girls will show up!

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i was just thinking....

we have a lot of talented folks here on the list - i've got a cassette in my
possession called smallternative that's got a lot of great original songs on
it, all composed and performed by members of the ig list - i don't know if
it ever got treed to the list, although there was some interest in doing
so.....

here's an idea...what if we were to put together a similar compilation,
using the original material (with consent of the performers) and adding
additional songs from other list members???  i can make mp3s from the
existing tape or the performers can encode their own and upload them to an
online storage site like idrive.com or xdrive.com.  i'm willing to maintain
the page or preferably to share in its maintenance.
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any thoughts???

tim
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mp3 site - http://www.mp3.com/timbaldwin
my newest radio station - http://www.mp3.com/stations/strange_fire

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beauty is not love; love is not music;
music is the best..." (frank zappa)

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hey ya'll,

i have to say, folks...this took guts...i know...i'm a rural new englander,
too...
thank god and goddess for glimmers of light such as this wonderful womyn...

rugbygrrl...peace and power to all us children...


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published on may 04, 2000 sunday, april 30, 2000

by sharon underwood
for the valley news (white river junction, vt)

many letters have been sent to the valley news concerning the
homosexual menace in vermont. i am the mother of a gay son and i've
taken enough from you good people.  i'm tired of your foolish rhetoric about
the "homosexual agenda" and your allegations that accepting homosexuality is
the same thing as advocating sex with children. you are cruel and ignorant.
you have been robbing me of the joys of motherhood ever since my children
were tiny. my firstborn son started suffering at the hands of the moral
little thugs from your moral, upright families from the time he was in the
first grade. he was physically and verbally abused from first grade straight
through high school because he was perceived to be gay.  he never professed
to be gay or had any association with anything gay, but he had the
misfortune not to walk or have gestures like the other boys. he was called
"*** " incessantly, starting when he was 6.  in high school, while your
children were doing what kids that age should be doing, mine labored over a
suicide note, drafting and redrafting
it to be sure his family knew how much he loved them.  my sobbing
17-year-old tore the heart out of me as he choked out that he just couldn't
bear to continue living any longer, that he didn't want to be gay and that
he couldn't face a life without dignity.  you have the audacity to talk
about protecting families and children from the homosexual menace, while you
yourselves tear apart families and
drive children to despair. i don't know why my son is gay, but i do know
that god didn't put him, and millions like him, on this earth to give you
someone to abuse. god gave you brains so that you could think, and it's
about time you started doing that.  at the core of all your misguided
beliefs is the belief that this could never happen to you, that there is
some kind of subculture out there that people have chosen to join. the fact
is that if it can happen to my family, it can happen to yours, and you won't
get to choose. whether it is genetic or whether something occurs during a
critical time of fetal development, i don't know. i can only tell you with
an absolute certainty that it is inborn.  if you want to tout your own
morality, you'd best come up with something more substantive than your
heterosexuality. you did nothing to earn it; it was given to you. if you
disagree, i would be interested in hearing your story, because my own
heterosexuality was a blessing i received with no effort whatsoever on my
part. it is so woven into the very soul ofme that nothing could ever change
it. for those of you who reduce sexual orientation to a simple choice, a
character issue, a bad habit or something that can be changed by a 10-step
program, i'm puzzled. are you saying that your own sexual orientation is
nothing more than something you have chosen, that you could change it at
will? if that's not the case, then why would
you suggest that someone else can?  a popular theme in your letters is that
vermont has been infiltrated by outsiders. both sides of my family have
lived in vermont forgenerations.  i am heart and soul a vermonter, so i'll
thank you to stop saying that you are speaking for "true vermonters."  you
invoke the memory of the brave people who have fought on the battlefield for
this great country, saying that they didn't give their lives so that the
"homosexual agenda" could tear down the principles they died defending. my
83-year-old father fought in some of the most horrific battles of world war
ii, was wounded and awarded the purple heart.  he shakes his head in sadness
at the life his grandson has had to live. he says he fought alongside
homosexuals in those battles, that they did their part and bothered no one.
one of his best friends in the service was gay, and he never knew it until
the end, and when he did find out, it mattered not at all. that wasn't the
measure of the man.  you religious folk just can't bear the thought that as
my son emerges from the hell that was his childhood he might like to find a
lifelong companion and have a measure of happiness. it offends your
sensibilities that he should request the right to visit that companion in
the hospital, to make medical decisions for him or to benefit from tax laws
governing        inheritance.  how dare he? you say. these outrageous
requests would
threaten the very existence of your family, would undermine the sanctity of
marriage.  you use religion to abdicate your responsibility to be thinking
human beings. there are vast numbers of religious people who find your
attitudes repugnant. god is not for the privileged majority, and god knows
my son has committed no sin.
the deep-thinking author of a letter to the april 12 valley news who
lectures about homosexual sin and tells us about "those of us who have
been blessed with the benefits of a religious upbringing" asks: "what ever
happened to the idea of striving . . . to be better human beings than we
are?"  indeed, sir, what ever happened to that?

sharon underwood's e-mail is: sundervt@hotmail.com.
her son is doing fine now, the first in his family to graduate from college.


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i don't kno about atlanta, but everytime they come here they have an
opening act, sometimes i wish it were just them, they'd
more time to play,  it's harder to mingle with audiences when you have
to pack it all  into
a 90 min show.  i like seeing them  when they're not so hurried.

peace

barb

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straight guy alert!!!!!


hey it's me joe from brooklyn, ny


i had never heard that song before.

that is funny, poinient and down right perfect!!!!!

that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina!

please,  who worte and sang that song?!

and if you could throw in a "where it was played" that would rock too!


joe

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i just reread my last post, and i think an appology is in order.  i
think it comes out
alittle strong.

i want to  clariify one thing:  i like the girls anytime i see them,
even ifthey haveoening acts.  ig was an opennig act for someone bigger
at the time, so iunderstand  why  amy
and emily like having them so much,

peace

barb

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hey there y'all...
    alright, here's my question: does anyone out there know if the indigo
girls are planning on comming to arizona at all during any of the summer
tours? it isn't listed on their official site, but then again, neither is red
rocks and i know they're playing there as i already have tickets. if any of
you have an answer to this, please write me. i have an arizona friend who is
a die-hard indigoite annd she's really worried that she won't get to see them
at all this year. anyway, thanks for your help and take it easy.

later,
piper (who's so excited about her upcomming move to atlanta she can barely
type)

"unknowing captor, you'll never know how much you pierce my spirit, but i
can't touch you..."
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i understand what you met...people generally buy the ticket for the main
act. my husband bought a ticket to see blondie open for tears for fears
years ago (i think) and left after blondie because that's all he wanted to
see, but that's usually not the case.
        i love it when an opening band really complements the headliner, and i
think ig does an amazing job of this, in part through amy's dameon records.
they have this incredible pool of talented friends to draw from and they
stay true to promoting alternative music we might not hear otherwise. i've
read an article where they've said it's kind of selfish, but they usually
bring their friends on tour. i like that sort of home-grown idea.
        i've never seen michelle malone live and i tell, ya, if i find out she's
opening for them on the iowa dates, i'm going to be just as excited to see
her as ig. i think its a lot about support and kinship for all of them,
especially when they join each other for songs. i think that can only add
to the performances.
michelle
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> date: monday, may 08, 2000 11:53 pm
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> i just reread my last post, and i think an appology is in order.  i
> think it comes out
> alittle strong.
>
> i want to  clariify one thing:  i like the girls anytime i see them,
> even ifthey haveoening acts.  ig was an opennig act for someone bigger
> at the time, so iunderstand  why  amy
> and emily like having them so much,
>
> peace
>
> barb
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i  like how th girls bring everybody out to jam
at the end.  and i like groups like danielle howle and the tantrums
once in awhile,  the bands they bring along really add to the show
by coming together at the end.

however,  sometimes they bring a band i can't stand and i have to sit
through them until the girls come on.  at least that's true whenever
they bring mrs fun.

secondly,  doesn't anybody wonder what will happen to people like ms
malone and ms howle  once ig  are gone?  careerwise they all seem to
stick to each other ya know?

peace

barb


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hi all. my whole "philosophy" on this may sound a bit cheesy or religous,
but here i go!

for me, i have not had a horrible crime, in terms of death, happen to myself
or anyone in my family.  however, i have had some unfortanite circumstances
come my way that have drastically affected my life. its probally true that
no one can really predict what or how they would react if something happened
to them/ their family, but i know that i practice certain things daily that
make me very cofident, that if something horrible did happen, i would react
the way in which i believe.

being a person of great faith and strong beliefs, there is one thing that
sticks in my mind. (for those who are not christians, i hope i do not offend
anyone) being catholic i believe that christ was fully man and fully god. if
he, on the cross, in excruciating pain, could forgive the very men who were
kiling him w/ his dying breath, ["forgive them father, for they know not
what they have done."]then there is nothing that could ever happen in this
world that would be so terrible that i couldnt forgive it.

forgive doesnt mean become best friends w/ or say its ok don't worry about
it, rather, for me it means there will be consequences, but, love will heal
my soul and hopefully theres, and i will let it go and not let it destroy my
soul. (after the normal reactions and emotions take place! i learned not to
deny my feelings, i just have to keep them in check!)  hate is a waste bad
energy. when forgivness and love take its place, it can be a freeing
experience. at least it has been for me.

have a wonderful day!! sorry about getting philisophically again! i seem do
that a lot, but i live my life that way!! choa!

cara


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>date: mon, 8 may 2000 08:12:36 -0700
>
>i know i'm going to get major negatives for this one, but the only thing i
>have to say is that, if someone murdered anyone in my family, i wouldn't
>care if there was or wasn't  a death penalty......i'd kill them myself.
>does that make it better?  no, but i wouldn't care... it's funny but
>everyone who is against the death penalty, which probably the majority are,
>maybe ( i said maybe)  haven't had a major crime against someone in their
>immediate family.  in "the practice" you're looking at a one case scenerio,
>which was terrible, by the way, because the boy didn't have a fair and just
>trial in the beginning.  also they excluded evidence, but have you ever
>seen an interview with charles manson or ted bundy or footage of the
>horrendous crimes they committed against people of every race, creed, and
>religion?  matthew shepard's parents for example.  i don't know if i could
>live if someone did that to my son.  i would want them dead.  sorry.
>everyone reacts differently to situations like that.  there might be people
>that eventually would be forgiving, but i couldn't.  never.  for people
>that are against the death penatly if someone murdered someone you love out
>of hate and pure evil,  i think your views might change a little bit.  and
>if they didn't, you're probably a better person than i am.......
>
>annamarie

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i have my tickets for the mn show already and they don't say anything on
them about an opening act either.  i guess we will be in the dark until we
get there.
-mi rinda

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oh my god, thank you whoever posted that address
for us.  i saw it before but i didn't click on the pictures.
what a total hoot!  i must say, the girls had pretty cute
boyfriends.

happy tuesday

cathy (who is counting the days for the fleetboston pavillion
show - 32)

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i finally got my copy of 'forever dusty' this morning (from amazon.com). no
stores carried it ! it's great, i was especially psyched to hear gail ann
dorsey again! and, of course, ig and mm. order before midnight tonight!!!

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i think perhaps there are a few more ig fans here in the desert world that badly want to see them. i wonder if we begin a write in campaign if it would be beneficial?

i really wanna take my daughter to see em...she saw her first ig show when she was just 10 months old and actually got to meet them both.....too cute..she is 6 now and ready for her 8th show!!!!

sparkie.....hoping they come to the dry heat land....

loralei riney
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i got home yesterday after a bad day at work and decided i would open the mail box even thou i figured it would only be bills and possibly another photo radar picture from the state....but to my surprise....i got all the paperwork necessary to begin my small business and register my trade mark and the licenses required and an envelope from daemon records...i had forgotten i order the jesus christ superstar video and ejs cd's!!!!!

i was happy....drove across town in rush hour phx traffic so jamie and i could watch it together.....it is great.....thanks to those who told me where i could find it.....

sparkie.... singing along to her honor the earth cd right now......


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in a message dated 5/9/00 12:39:05 am eastern daylight time,
sprdinosur@aol.com writes:

<< that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina! >>

virgina?

...is that like the commonwealth of virgin(i)a?  ;)

indi

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peace & rugby,
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loralei riney wrote:
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> i think perhaps there are a few more ig fans here in the desert world that badly want to see them. i wonder if we begin a write in campaign if it would be beneficial?

you really won't need to bother...  they love playing az, play it every
tour that comes into the area.  if you pay attention to their concert
itinerary, they're heading across the top of the us, down the west
coast, and then will most likely head across the southon their way
east.  they're playing seattle on 7/15, and then heading s... i'd expect
to see them there sometime in august.

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tim and all-

i think its a great idea (as long as someone like me isn't in charge...i'm
the guilty party in the smallternative compilation, which got stalled
somewhere mid-treeing stage)...i'd be thrilled to see it get out to the
masses (although, on a personal level, i'd like to omit one of my songs, and
add something newer).

i can attest, just from the things i heard on the smalleternative
contributions, that there is a ton of talent lurking around here.

rock on, y'all,
shel

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commonbond sings it!!

cara


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>date: mon, 8 may 2000 11:51:51 -0700
>
>wow!  this is really weird.  for no apparent reason on
>my way to school today (only one exam left, woohoo!) i
>started thinking about that song.  i haven't heard it
>since last year at pride and then all of a sudden here
>we are talking about it.  i just thought that was a
>little strange.  i don't remember, if somebody could
>refresh my memory, who sings it? i was laughing my ass
>off when i first heard it.  ok, that's it for now.
>
>heather
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thank you taylor!! you are right on! hey, do you live in durham? (i live in
chapel hill) eves is now visions! its pretty cool lookin! anway, if
commonbond comes to a town near you, check em out! make em play that song
and youll have blast!! the "flatboad ford tenesse" part the whole audience
screams along!!! have a good one!! im glad you put em up by the way, cuz i
forgot a couple of verses!! :) see yas later!!

cara


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>
>closer to dyke
> >
> >i'm trying to tell you something bout my life,
> >so come inside, sit down and meet my wife
> >and the best thing you've ever done for me
> >is to help me accept my sexuality
> >it's my life, after all
> >yeah!
>
> >well the closet has a hunger that's insatiable
> >and society has a call that's hard to hear
> >i wrap my fear around me like a blanket
> >i sailed my ship of straightness til i sank it
> >i'm crawling up her shorts
> >
> >i went to the doctor
> >i went to the mountains
> >i looked to the straight world
> >and i threw up in their fountains
> >there's more than one answer to these questions, pointing me in a crooked
>line
> >and the longer i drive my flatbed ford to tennessee
> >the closer i am to dyke.
> >
> >i went to see the doctor of gynecology
> >with a poster of gabrielle and my hand between my knees
> >he asked if i liked her and if i watched x-rated movies
> >i told him i didn't
> >he said he could see threw me
> >i spent 4 years prostrate to the higher mind
> >got my pride wings and i was free
> >
> >chorus
> >
> >i stopped by eve's (the bar we were in) at 3 am
> >to seek solace in a bottle or a lesbian
> >i woke up with a woman i'd never met before
> >i ran to the other side of the bathroom door
> >looked in the mirror seeking clarity
> >
> >chorus x2
> >we go to the bible
> >we go through the workout
> >we read up on revival
> >we stand up for the lookout
> >there's more than one answer to these questions, pointing me in a crooked
>line
> >and the longer i drive my flatbed ford to tennessee,
> >the closer i am to dyke.
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did someone mention they were interested in a franklin and marshall
boot?  i got one in the mail yesterday and it's excellent.  please email
me it you want it.


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<< that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina! >>

"virgina?

...is that like the commonwealth of virgin(i)a?  ;)"


i'm so glad you said that---i was dying to say it myself, but figured =
i'd let it pass!  pretty funny......

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you: looking for ig bootleg cassettes spanning their career.

me: looking for anything i don't have from the last two years.

take a look at my list and see if we can help each other.

thanks!


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hmm - a new nigc thread!  nicknames for your sexual organs.  i've always
called mine my vaheeny weenie, and the male counterpart is a peeney
weenie.

elaine, who contributes far too much nigc and always gives you much too
much information.

> annamarie murray wrote:
>
> << that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina! >>
>
> "virgina?
>
> ...is that like the commonwealth of virgin(i)a?  ;)"
>
>
> i'm so glad you said that---i was dying to say it myself, but figured
> i'd let it pass!  pretty funny......
>
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hey guys, i don't know if you know this yet but i have just been given
confirmation from the official site that both the 22nd and 23rd of june have
been moved from the zoo to the orpheum.  fyi.
-mi rinda

hey, anyone going to the 23rd show interested in a list meet?

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><< that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina! >>
>
>"virgina?
>

hmmm...

is it in poor taste for me to say i'd like to "meet virgina?"

;),
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well....the best one i have heard is from the movie..boys on the side....
when the nurse is being a twit....the mother tells her what a " hoo hoo" is......

that one is priceless....

sparkie.......
(who doesn't ever remember using a nick name for them???)

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my grrlfriend calls hers...'twinkie'..soft on the outside..cremy on the
inside...


>from: loralei riney <loralei.riney@bannerhealth.com>
>
>well....the best one i have heard is from the movie..boys on the
>side....when the nurse is being a twit....the mother tells her what a " hoo
>hoo" is......
>
>that one is priceless....
>
>sparkie.......
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count me in for the listmeet.

any word on when tickets will go on sale for the show
on the 22nd?

:)carrie

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i can't resist....

my gf calls it "her playground"

-a
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if anybody's seen "go fish" there's a great scene where all these
women are lying on the floor with their heads together discussing
the pros and cons of various nick names. most hilarious.

kc

bancu rugbygrrl wrote:

> my grrlfriend calls hers...'twinkie'..soft on the outside..cremy on the
> inside...
>
> >from: loralei riney <loralei.riney@bannerhealth.com>
> >
> >well....the best one i have heard is from the movie..boys on the
> >side....when the nurse is being a twit....the mother tells her what a " hoo
> >hoo" is......
> >
> >that one is priceless....
> >
> >sparkie.......
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mine calls it *my* playground.....

just kidding - actually, mine calls it her 'nether regions'.

sometimes i just make stuff up.  it's a good way to get a laugh out of your
girlfriend (or boyfriend as the case may be).  i've been known to call it a
'hoo-ha'.  sometimes even a 'winkie', that's just for gender equality.  i'm
partial to 'jelly doughnut' though.

>>my gf calls it "her playground"

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i was just thinking of "go fish."  i think my favorite
from that scene is honey pot.  i once called my
girlfriend a honey pot and she laughed.  when i told
her where i got it from, she laughed even harder,
fortunately.

jana

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just for all interested! call me the little news woman!! :) hey, emily and
amy are all about voices being heard!! i really like voter.com andi have
voted on some very interesting issues! check it out if ya want! emily and
amy would be proud!! :)

cara

dear vote.com voter,

last week, mississippi governor ronnie musgrove signed legislation banning
gay
and lesbian couples from adopting children.  the new law takes effect july
1,
and three other states already have similar restrictions.

should same-sex couples be banned from adopting children?

vote.com has just launched an online referendum asking that question.  when
you
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if you have an opinion on this issue, we encourage you to log on to
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you go emily!!! cows rule!!!!  unfortanutly they do make miss!! its not
their faults though!!

ps..
hence my email "cowsrule52" ("52" is a love code for my gf and i!)

cara

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thank you for puttin that year book link up!! all i have to say is amy, love
the sportage! didnt know amy played sports! emily looked very comfty w/
those legs crossed and that guitar, very serious, but comfty!! thanks again
for that link!!

cara :)~
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on tue, 9 may 2000, that loud girl wrote:

> hmmm...
> is it in poor taste for me to say i'd like to "meet virgina?"

   you need to buy me a new keyboard.  i just lost a very large mouthful
of arizona tea on mine.

   darius

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<<i really like voter.com andi have voted on some very
interesting issues! check it out if ya want! emily and amy would
be proud!! :)>>

call me an old miser-guts. call me a gnarly old curmudgeoun if
you will. send insults, tell me i'm a spoilsport, whatever...

vote.com is harmless. in more ways than one. although (i
presume) it's there to make money, it's not like those evil,
exploitative 'fax your vote back at $2.99/minute' junk faxes,
but vote.com is not going to change the world either.

reams of paper with old-fashioned paper and ink signatures
receive scant attention by politicians. unscientific internet
opinion polls - (which can be easily manipulated) are worth less
than the paper they are written on. and it _is_ an unscientific
opinion poll, not a vote.

the difference you make is proportional to the effort you take
to make it. clicking a button takes what, five seconds of your
time. going to a march, writing (not word processing) a letter,
making a phone call, registering to vote (and actually voting).
that's how your voice will be heard.

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i hadnt been to the latest website and it is very cool! i did/do (when they
in town) photography for both them and redletterday and it was very very
cool to see they still used some of my photos on this new site!! kinda had a
shit day so seein my pics made me smile! (the pic of ashley in the begining
of the site, a pick of the two of em from eve i think, and the outside shot
of the two of them in durham at centerfest in durham a few years ago-pic w/
sign that says ...acoustic..sumtin or other! it was just cool!) have a great
day!!

cara
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commonbond!! out of the dc area


>from: joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com>
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>subject: closer to dyke
>date: tue, 9 may 2000 00:26:34 edt
>
>straight guy alert!!!!!
>
>
>hey it's me joe from brooklyn, ny
>
>
>i had never heard that song before.
>
>that is funny, poinient and down right perfect!!!!!
>
>that is so freekin funny i wish i had a virgina!
>
>please,  who worte and sang that song?!
>
>and if you could throw in a "where it was played" that would rock too!
>
>
>joe
>
>brooklyn, ny
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i am attempting to sell all of the ig boots/compilation tapes that i
have aquired over the years. below is the list of boots for which i am
charging $2 each. in particular, i am looking for someone who would be
willing to buy the whole bunch, 18 in all. please email me with any
interest/questions.
-jessica

(p.s. - i truly apologize if this email gets posted twice - so sorry.)

toronto, canada                          7/29/89
shades of indigo ('90)/ power of 2 ep
blood & fire (university of oregon '93 & denver '90)
a.ray & e.saliers: the ep and more
modern rock live                         8/94 & 2/94
shepherd's bush empire, london           11/94
hampton beach casino, nh                 8/12/96
the boathouse, norfolk, va               8/17/96
las cruces indigo                        8/24/96
hofstra, hempstead, ny                   3/16/97
modern rock live                         4/27/97
& sonic session                          4/18/97
chastain park, atlanta                   5/25/97
mercury lounge, nyc                      6/2/97
greek theatre, berkeley, ca              7/6/97
new haven, ct                            10/28/97

compilations:
mapped - pre-album
no curfews
these songs (revised)

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once again, first come, first serve. prices do not include small fee for
postage. email lschwart@goucher.edu
thanks

1)xl, black, nomads tour t-shirt w/ flaming hand symbol and "indigo girls"
small on right side (where a pocket would be). nomads skeleton-like figures
on back with "indigo girls" written. excellent condition: $15

2)xl, natural color, rites of passage european tour t-shirt. figure hanging
upside down by ankles on the front with "indigo girls" writtten on top and
the back has "indigo girls october european tour 1992" on back with a
listing of dates, cities, and venues for each show played on this tour.
excellent condition: $25

3)reverse one live cd. out of print. excellent condition: $110

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i'm not buying reverse 1 from you  for $110
when i can get it for free on this list.  i'm making this public for any
other listee who wants it.  the money  should be going towards ig since
the music is theirs.

peace

barb

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ok not that i really needed to get in on this conversation, and i wonder how
long it will take for the people in charge of this list to nix this
thread....but....my ex called it lucy....and for those of you in the dc area
who listen to elliot...he refers to them as the humma humma, and popo. as far
as what i call it..i am more a fan of saying "you know"...and giving a nod of
a head in that direction.

tmi?...probably..

carla  :o)

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<<i'm not buying reverse 1 from you  for $110 when i can get it
for free on this list.  i'm making this public for any other
listee who wants it.  the money  should be going towards ig since
the music is theirs.>>

ah, but you would only be getting a bootleg copy - i'm sure
what's being sold is the original, official promotional release,
which indeed is quite rare and valuable.

is is worth $110? well, you'll have to shop around, (i know
where you can buy one for $90 or buy one for $130, so $110 might
be a fair price).

the irony being the less copies there are, the higher their
value. but the more copies there are, the more money the igs
lose ('spend' as opposed to 'don't receive') because they had to
pay for their manufacture from royalties...

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reminds me of a quote from "dream for an insomniac" (paraphrased cos i can't
remember it that well):

"must you call it a pussy? how hard can it be to say vagina? my grandmother
called it a fifi. isn't that nice?"
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oh what a fun day this has been.  peepee - its universal.

i'm trying to remember that movie with mel gibson and goldie
hawn - where mel called it mr. wigley or mr. winkly or something
like that.

have a good evening
cathy (who has been laughing and blushing in
her cube all day)

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and here, all this time, i've been using such vulgarisms and "cock" and
"dick" to talk about my penis.  how mundane of me!  but then, i tend to
want to cut conversation right to the point, rather than have
misunderstandings take place.  i'm dense enough as it is, and too many
things that aren't blunt get past me.
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graham,
you make me laugh!  i must say if someone read your post without reading any
of the others it could certainly be misunderstood.

i hope you all have a great night!

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and here, all this time, i've been using such vulgarisms and "cock" and
"dick" to talk about my penis.  how mundane of me!  but then, i tend to
want to cut conversation right to the point, rather than have
misunderstandings take place.  i'm dense enough as it is, and too many
things that aren't blunt get past me.
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cara wrote:

<<you go emily!!! cows rule!!!!  unfortanutly they do make miss!! its not
their faults though!!>>

i think she's refering to the mess made by the accidental death of the cow
(...there was a bloody beast of burden on a dark texas road, a woman in a
family way, a car that lost control), not a mess made by living cows. :)

==================
i am a problem child/i've been wild all my days/all my anger and my rage/my
senses said it would lead me astray/
i said go go go/raise your hands/raise your hands high/
don't take a seat/don't stand aside this time/don't assume anything/but go
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oh gosh... seeing as my friends all call me 'turtle',
my nether regions seem to always be refered to as
"turtle's turtle"... altho i'm not sure why my nether
regions come up in conversation so much :)

jon.jack.turtle

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well, considering that this conversation shouldn't even be on this
mailing list...  :)

"kovacs, mirinda" wrote:
>
> graham,
> you make me laugh!  i must say if someone read your post without reading any
> of the others it could certainly be misunderstood.
>
> i hope you all have a great night!

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number 3 just seemed relevant to the below copied e-mail discussion!

the top 15 new state mottos
                            (part i)


              [  the top 5 list   www.topfive.com  ]
              [   copyright 2000 by chris white    ]


15> arkansas:  it's trailer-rific!!!

14> south carolina:  oh, yeah -- like *we're* going to be
    concerned about an naacp tourism boycott.

13> florida:  half a million cubans can't all be wrong

12> illinois:  stop pronouncing the "s", or we're gonna kick
    your ass!

11> wisconsin:  badgers?!  we don't need no stinkin' badgers.

10> kentucky:  come for the bluegrass -- stay for the incest!

9> rhode island:  small?  yes, but we know what to do with it

8> iowa:  future birthplace of captain james t. kirk

7> south dakota:  hello?  can anyone hear me?  hey!  over here!

6> alabama:  like the third world, but closer.

5> michigan:  it's not just cold.  it's ass-biting cold.

4> florida:  hey you kids, get off of my state!

3> virginia:  contrary to our name, some of our women are
    actually pretty slutty!

2> massachusetts:  now with 30% fewer kennedys!


    and topfive.com's number 1 new state motto...


1> indiana:  dan quayle's favorite country!

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hicktruckdriver wrote:

> on tue, 9 may 2000, that loud girl wrote:
>
> > hmmm...
> > is it in poor taste for me to say i'd like to "meet virgina?"
>
>    you need to buy me a new keyboard.  i just lost a very large mouthful
> of arizona tea on mine.
>
>    darius
>
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yeah, but don't tell me after college radio got that promo, after ctf was
played to death and college radio played the heck out of kidfears cus stipe
was on it - that r1l made a few more people go listen to the complete first
album...

but i'm wierd, i got my first ig experience (after hearing them
periphially - saw them on today and letterman and heard/copied the tracks
with rem backing them on self titled) hearing a 4th side filler of 9/25/88 -
athens music fest w ith stipe (oh the shows i *wished* i saw - vic chestnutt
gave a incredible performance that day as well, one of his first solo shows
that he did i think.)

(another totally random thought - wish i could see the rose p / vic/ kristen
show friday, sorry somebody tape it...)

i agree with neil - $90 for the original would be reasonable.

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        in a spate of unhoped-for good luck, my autobiography professor
granted permission for me to write my final paper on "language or the
kiss." it's a contemporary women's autobiography course and has been
taught with disappointingly little guidance or framework, so i didn't feel
like i was going out of bounds when i asked permission to write about this
song, and about confessional songwriting in general. it actually proved a
very difficult paper to write (how do you structure a thing like that?)
but it's done now, and it occurs to me that some of y'all might actually
be interested in reading it. anyway, if you'd like a copy, email me
offlist and i'll shoot it your way.
        mandy


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

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well, i tended to call the new guy my boss hired the "golden penis," b/c he
was the 2nd male in a previously all female dept...and, i think our male boss
wanted another penis in the dept.

:-)  great discussion for the list, by the way....much fun.

also, my best bud calls breasts "the girls."

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hmmm, the idea of academic analyses of ig songs is intriguing. a women's
studies perspective would be especially interesting. anyone else out there
with a paper about an ig song or songs?
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hey yall
i was wondering if anyone has 2 extra tickets for either of the chastain park
shows (preferably the 3rd) i know its kinda early but you never know when
people will have things come up... even if you dont have any extra tix
yourself, will you lovely folks in atlanta keep an ear out for me......
thanks
sasha

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ok i may get flamed for all of these they are in fact nicknames but not
petnames that i have ever called a gf or my own however i do occasionally
use them in jest.....

roast beef curtains.....pink taco.....hairy bubblegum... the infamous
'cooter' or 'coochie'......the golden palace of the himalayas ....... the
clam....... the pink oreo with doublestuff...... the fuzzy flounder (as in
the bloodhound gangs song youre pretty when im drunk 'so i went fuzzy
flounder fishing')

well i think i hit a writers block ... didnt mean to offend i just figured i
might as well add lol..... i sure hope the girls aint reading this, cuz then
you all would be confessing your .....well n/m you get the idea.
-jess
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just to clear up any confusion that might be brewing: yes, i decided to sell
the reverse one live cd for $110 but only because i originally bought it for
$130. knowing that i probably couldnt sell it for that much $ now, and
desperately needing cash, i decided $110 was fair enough without loosing too
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what about an august visit to texas?? does anyone know if they are supposed
to play the lone star state in this tour?

megan


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in response to the rather interesting thread...

my family is italian and so when i was little, they always called the
"potalana" popo for short. "did you wipe your popo...?" haha anyway, it
wasn't until i was like 12 when i discovered the real word for the "vagina."
i still maintain that popo is a much more agreeable sounding word, but, hey,
pink taco ranks a close second *wink*

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buenos dias, amigos y amigas:

just caught the following on the newport folk site....


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***************
may 8, 2000 - the newport folk festival schedule will be announced on
wednesday, may 10. tickets go on sale thursday, may 11. please come back
here on wednesday!
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melissa

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hi folks,

just a reminder of the purpose of this list.

to quote from the faq section 2.1:
"the indigo girls mailing list is a fan forum devoted to discussion of
the music of the indigo girls and related artists."

while a certain amount of nigc has always been allowed on this list, the
current volume of nigc postings is getting out of hand.  for example,
there were nearly 60 posts sent to the list today.  of these,
approximately half were nigc.

if you feel the need to discuss nicknames for body parts, politics, or
other unrelated topics, take it to private email or other forums.

the responsibility of cutting down the nigc rests squarely on the
shoulders of the list...

if the list cannot control the volume of the nigc postings, then there
is no choice but to implement more stringent posting guidelines.

thank you.

jen lucero
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i totally agree...the first time i ever saw that movie i thought i was gonna
lose it!!!!!
peace and love,
       carrie

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well....the best one i have heard is from the movie..boys on the side....
when the nurse is being a twit....the mother tells her what a " hoo hoo"
is......

that one is priceless....

sparkie.......
(who doesn't ever remember using a nick name for them???)

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my father is fixing the network for the puters in the house...and is
upstairs blasting my jaon baez/ig mp3 of don't think twice it's alright
omg!!!!!!!!!  yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
peace and love,
           carrie
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hey y'all,

i was shopping in my friendly humongous superwalmart
today in espanola, new mexico (we're all wondering if
the wildfire in the mountains is going to consume los
alamos--birthplace of the bomb) anyway, i was shopping
and i heard the ig song peace tonight.

it reminded me of a comment on the bootleg ep and
more, where amy or emily say that they will be heard
everywhere, including elevators.

walmart music over the intercom is just one step away.

take care,

a strange but cool ig moment.

john

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in a message dated 5/9/00 7:08:04 am eastern daylight time,
dcw2428@osfmail.isc.rit.edu writes:

<< indigo-girls@netspace.org >>

i agree big time with darius!!!

joe

brooklyn, ny

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i agree big time with neil


joe

brooklyn, ny

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now available at cdnow <http://cdnow.com/from=sr-20927> (disclosure: that's
a link i profit a pittance from if you buy, use http://www.cdnow.com if you
object):

>dusty trails
><http://p01.com/t.d?hkmzujge=/cdnow.com/switch/target=album/lcc=7567+83311+
>2/from=rex:x:cdn:nr000509>dusty trails
><http://p01.com/t.d?lkmzujge=/cdnow.com/switch/target=purchase/lcc=7567+833
>11+2/from=rex:x:cdn:nr000509>price $12.99
>
>luscious jackson's vivian trimble and the breeders' josephine wiggs
>present a self-produced multi-instrumental extravaganza as avant-folk duo
>dusty trails. "pearls on a string" and "spy in the lounge" are the perfect
>soundtracks for life on the fringes, falling somewhere between spaghetti
>western theme songs and dark coffeehouse compositions.

kate schellenbach plays on it too.  12 of the 14 songs have samples at
cdnow (for those of you who don't have to download an entire song from
napster to be convinced to buy...).

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not quite but close... i just finished a paper analyzing rose polenzani's
song "molly's lilly" for the functions of landscape for a literary ecology
class.  it was a fun paper...well, at least the part about the song was fun,
the part where i had to bring in theories from class was minorly painfull.

-shana


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<< hmmm, the idea of academic analyses of ig songs is intriguing. a women's
studies perspective would be especially interesting. anyone else out there
with a paper about an ig song or songs? >>

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hey, y'all.  i would like to ask amy and emily a question at spitfire, but
i want it to be a good one.  so far i haven't thought of anything original.
their speech is about human rights.  do you have any suggestions of what i
can ask?

liz


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hi

does anyone know how i could get tickets to the chapel hill nc show??

thanks
sandy

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on tue, 9 may 2000, cara klein wrote:

> thank you for puttin that year book link up!!


aaww, could someone please repost it as ive accidentally deleted that
post.

thanks
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anyone else out there with a paper about an ig song or songs?
>>>

i wrote a paper back in some college psych course about relationships or
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something.  the paper was called love & the indigo girls i think...  not
even sure if i have this sucker lying around.  the funny thing is, i wrote
that btbl (before the big list) about 7 years ago and had no idea what i was
writing about - it's kind of like when saliers & ray sang daddy's all gone
by jt, they said they used to play this a lot and had no idea what the song
really meant.  or the intro to va woolf somewhere, emily said she read her
biography and rediscovered virginia woolf recently - whereas she wrote
papers about her in college and had no idea what she was talking about...
hey, that's me!  or i might just be a little hungover from the pumpkins show
last night...
"i send this smile over to you..."

a+e=ig

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very true neil, but i hope no one thought i meant that these votes will be
the decisive vote in anything! i do know that more and more ppl and
politicians are getting more and more internet savvy and do look to the
internet polls to see where many stand. same as a gallup poll but just
online, and its quicker and faster! even if it doesnt change the world, i
like that my voice is heard, even if it is just a click ya know? :) i cant
get "out there" most times, so this is my little part! :) its also a good
source of info on various issues that otherwise ppl may not know much about!
have a great day!! :)

cara


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><<i really like voter.com andi have voted on some very
>interesting issues! check it out if ya want! emily and amy would
>be proud!! :)>>
>
>call me an old miser-guts. call me a gnarly old curmudgeoun if
>you will. send insults, tell me i'm a spoilsport, whatever...
>
>vote.com is harmless. in more ways than one. although (i
>presume) it's there to make money, it's not like those evil,
>exploitative 'fax your vote back at $2.99/minute' junk faxes,
>but vote.com is not going to change the world either.
>
>reams of paper with old-fashioned paper and ink signatures
>receive scant attention by politicians. unscientific internet
>opinion polls - (which can be easily manipulated) are worth less
>than the paper they are written on. and it _is_ an unscientific
>opinion poll, not a vote.
>
>the difference you make is proportional to the effort you take
>to make it. clicking a button takes what, five seconds of your
>time. going to a march, writing (not word processing) a letter,
>making a phone call, registering to vote (and actually voting).
>that's how your voice will be heard.
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the schedule is up, you can read it at:

http://www.newportfolk.com/schedule.shtml

unfortunately, ig isn't on it.

jean


--- melissa gordon <gordonm@lvcm.com> wrote:
> buenos dias, amigos y amigas:
>
> just caught the following on the newport folk site....
>
>
>
****************************************************************************
> ***************
> may 8, 2000 - the newport folk festival schedule will be announced on
> wednesday, may 10. tickets go on sale thursday, may 11. please come
> back
> here on wednesday!
>
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> melissa
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our nickname is "chicken" or treasure box"  omg i can't believe i'm posting
this lol!
see y'all
deb

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date:         wed, 10 may 2000 06:26:42 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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i suck! your right! i wasnt even thinking of the relevance of the lyric!
thanks for pointing that out! sorry, im spacy these days and not really w/
it! (when am i ever w/ it??)

cara


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>reply-to: robbin love <robbin_150@hotmail.com>
>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: re: lyrics question: sister
>date: tue, 9 may 2000 20:57:48 gmt
>
>cara wrote:
>
><<you go emily!!! cows rule!!!!  unfortanutly they do make miss!! its not
>their faults though!!>>
>
>i think she's refering to the mess made by the accidental death of the cow
>(...there was a bloody beast of burden on a dark texas road, a woman in a
>family way, a car that lost control), not a mess made by living cows. :)
>
>
>
>==================
>i am a problem child/i've been wild all my days/all my anger and my rage/my
>senses said it would lead me astray/
>i said go go go/raise your hands/raise your hands high/
>don't take a seat/don't stand aside this time/don't assume anything/but go
>go go  --a. ray
>
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i haven't really seen anything on the list about this yet, but in case you
haven't heard - daemon records has put out a great new video - "daemon
records: 10 years of independence".

the description on the website reads:  "as part of our 10 year celebration,
we are releasing the documentary daemon records: 10 years of independence.
this film is 40 minutes filled with interviews, live footage and music videos
by your favorite daemon acts such as band de soleil, ellen james society,
rose polenzani among others."

the cost is only $12.00 and it is *well* worth it.   amy talks extensively
about each artist that she has signed to the label, and there are video
clips, live concert clips, and also a small segment on the 1997 honor the
earth tour with comments from both amy & emily.     you can order it on the
website at:  http://www.daemonrecords.com

=)
lisa

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date:         wed, 10 may 2000 10:22:09 -0400
reply-to:     "lane, tara e." <telane@trigon.com>
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>  hey y'all!  this is the monthly reminder to the newbies and lovelorn that
>  there is a place for you to find other indigo lovin' singles on egroups.
>
>  the indigo-singles page (not associated with the list except for the fact
>  that there are mostly listees subscribed) currently has 109 members and
> 61
>  database profiles to choose from.  it was created due to the desire of
>  many indigo girls fans to meet and possibly date each other. it is open
> to
>  all listees of different genders/identities/orientations.
>
>  to subscribe, send a message to: indigo-singles-subscribe@egroups.com.
> or
>  go here: <http://www.egroups.com/group/indigo-singles> and click on
>  subscribe. you can set it up to read any messages on the web or through
>  email, but that's not really what the site is for.
>
>  after you subscribe, go to the site:
>  <http://www.egroups.com/group/indigo-singles>. when you
>  get there, click on 'database', then on "vital statistics", then on 'add
>  record'.  fill in your info, then repeat for the "favorite things" table.
>  then wait for like-minded singles to contact you, or take the plunge and
>  contact others whose descriptions/profiles interest you.
>  you only have to give as much info as you want, or you can always
>  just lurk. the only thing you need to participate is an email address.
>
>  in addition, there is a chat room, and "files" in which you can place a
>  photo, or your homepage, or view those of other members.
>
>  happy matchmaking,
>
>  your friendly neighborhood sap and indigo-singles moderator,
>
>  tara

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just wanted to let everybody know - i just found out i'm graduating summa
cum laude from my info systems program that i've been working on for 5
years.  yay!

excuse my self-indulgent post, but i'm just so damn excited right now i can
barely contain myself.

yours in non-profit bootlegging,
tara

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actually, those are the words i use for 'boy parts' as well!...'penis'
sounds so...vagina-like...*l*...who came up with those words anyways?!...

rugbygrrl


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>sent: tuesday, may 09, 2000 3:50 pm
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>subject: re: nicknames
>
>
>and here, all this time, i've been using such vulgarisms and "cock" and
>"dick" to talk about my penis.  how mundane of me!  but then, i tend to
>want to cut conversation right to the point, rather than have
>misunderstandings take place.  i'm dense enough as it is, and too many
>things that aren't blunt get past me.
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hey all! woops sorry bout the caps! anway, here is this quote and im posting
it cuz it reminded me of emily's little thought about laffing at oneself! :)
have a great day!

cara


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date:         wed, 10 may 2000 10:36:28 -0500
reply-to:     sheryl jones <sjones@library.wisc.edu>
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organization: university of wisconsin - gls
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if you haven't already sent me email it's too late.  i'm not taking
anymore "orders"  thanks!


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carla sloan page: <http://www.geocities.com/carlasloan>

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the show at the cats cradle is at 8:30 on may 28th. most shows on the
website (cats-cradle.com) have an astrick which denotes pre show sale of
tix, but this show and a few others do not have the option (at least right
now) or buying tix before hand! its 5bux!!!!! talk about cheap!!! :) gotta
love it!!have a great day!! (btw, do you live in chapel hill???? i do:)

cara


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>date: wed, 10 may 2000 06:49:16 edt
>
>hi
>
>does anyone know how i could get tickets to the chapel hill nc show??
>
>thanks
>sandy
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ooooohhhhhhhhhhh.   how sad am i?  i had to
cancel my reservations at my favorite hotel.
i love newport and i love the fest, but i'm not
spending $@#$% if the girls won't be there.

i'll think about maybe catching a ride and
going to both shows, but my husband and i
plan our vacation around that.  we spend the
weekend in newport then go somewhere else
for a few days.  i'm so sad.

melissa, sorry i won't be able to meet you.
alma and julie - get your little selves down
to boston for the 6/10 & 11 shows and that's
an order! (just kidding)

oh well,
try to have a happy wednesday
cathy

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if anyone gets more info on the ig shows in santa cruz, july 29-30, will you
please post it to the list?  i'm in northern ca and need to know when and
where tickets are going on sale.  also, is there a website to find out who
else will be at this festival what the venue is like, etc?  any info would be
greatly appreciated! :-)

sue

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i have a great copy of this i can trade if anyone needs one that sheryl can't get to...d:)

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a new date has been added to the official site:
july 21, sacramento, memorial auditorium

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one more date for your concert-going pleasure:
07/18/00  eugene, or  naito plaza

gosh darnit - must be getting slow in my old age - let someone beat me to
the punch for that san fran date - well, they're both on my page now!  ha
ha!!!

a+e=ig

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in a message dated 5/10/00 12:48:10 pm pacific daylight time,
meiwei@orconet.com writes:

> a new date has been added to the official site:
>  july 21, sacramento, memorial auditorium

this has made my day...woohoo!  thanks for the info!

sue

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heh . . . along similar lines i've been using emily's quote about laughing
at yourself in one of my signature files that i usually use for posting to
my "hedwig and the angry inch" related mailing lists.  there's a line in
"hedwig" that goes "i laugh . . . because i will cry if i don't," and it
always made me think of emily saying that . . .

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hey all,
        i have a boot question, which i must preface with the fact that i am a
complete boot/trade novice and appreciate the patience/kindness of this
group for their help answering all my other questions...
        i know the indigo girls opened for the greatful dead in 93, and i'm pretty
sure i've heard they did a version of uncle john's band with them...what
i'm wondering is if anyone on the list knows of boots with the ig opener
and greatful dead headlining recorded as well.
thanks in advance for the help,
michelle

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>  the cost is only $12.00 and it is *well* worth it.   amy talks
extensively
>  about each artist that she has signed to the label, and there are video
>  clips, live concert clips, and also a small segment on the 1997 honor the
>  earth tour with comments from both amy & emily.     you can order it on
the
>  website at:  http://www.daemonrecords.com
i agree. i got my copy tuesday night and i've only had enough time to watch
about half of it but what i've seen so far it's really interesting.
denise


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place'"--vw--es
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for info. and to buy tickets go to:
http://db.catscradle.com/cradle/
(click on "cat's cradle" on left)

technically, the cat's cradle is in carrboro, but
it's very close to the chapel hill border.

i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
together some very talented musicians to take some new
songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
so, who knows what the ig connection is here?

scott

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>from: neil hunt <neil@andineil.com>
>subject: re: nigc/more news bits/make our girls proud!
><<i really like voter.com andi have voted on some very
>interesting issues! check it out if ya want! emily and amy would
>be proud!! :)>>
>
>call me an old miser-guts. call me a gnarly old curmudgeoun if
>you will. send insults, tell me i'm a spoilsport, whatever...
>vote.com is harmless.

as long as you don't mind your opinions and personal info being sent to
advertisers as well as politicians (did you read the fine print?)  that's
where they make their $s: gathering demographic data through the lure of
single-issue polls.  oh, and it was started by political sleaze-meister
mercenary dick morris.

>reams of paper with old-fashioned paper and ink signatures
>receive scant attention by politicians. unscientific internet
>opinion polls - (which can be easily manipulated) are worth less
>than the paper they are written on.

so true.

>the difference you make is proportional to the effort you take
>to make it.

of course... if i'm a politician, and i see a handwritten postcard or letter
next to an internet poll, i know who cares more.  it'd probably take 1000
internet votes to equal one small postcard or phone call).  the people who
vote spur-of-the-moment because they got an e-mail are not as likely to
follow their congressperson's actions and vote accordingly, and they know
it.


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i am a newcomer to the list and i just wanted to say "hi" and i am very
happy to be here.

i would really love to get some ig boots, but i don't have anything to trade
yet.  so far this summer i will be going to shows in sioux falls, sd, and
seattle and i hope to have those to trade later.  if anyone can help me out
email me at n_d_go@hotmail.com

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actually, according to the lady at daemon none of the venues are selling
advance tixs.
kathy
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>for info. and to buy tickets go to:
>http://db.catscradle.com/cradle/
>(click on "cat's cradle" on left)
>
>technically, the cat's cradle is in carrboro, but
>it's very close to the chapel hill border.
>
>i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
>together some very talented musicians to take some new
>songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
>so, who knows what the ig connection is here?
>
>scott
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> i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
> together some very talented musicians to take some new
> songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
> so, who knows what the ig connection is here?

hmm...they (ig) *did* play in carrboro back in the day...
i have a carrboro boot from '87, i think...not sure if it was at
the same venue or not, but the name does ring a bell.
happy summer vacation,
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with all the talk of boots and trading lately i
started wondering if there is a collection of
everyone's lists of boots they have to trade.  if not,
i'd be willing to attempt to maintain a list.  i think
that would be a good resource for the list.
:)carrie

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in a message dated 5/10/00 7:38:55 pm central daylight time,
ownbyk@mindspring.com writes:

<< actually, according to the lady at daemon none of the venues are selling
advance tixs.
kathy >>

12th and porter in nashville took my reservations for the may 25th show. is
anyone else planning on going?

megan


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i'm way too psyched about this show!!!  when are tix on sale, anyone know?
i assume soon since the other cali shows are already on sale...
thanks ya'll!
...stacy

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the only series was i think 8/22-23/93 in oregon.

the ig were not joined by the dead for any part of the set.

they didn't do ujb either - i know they did it at nff 91 -

shows from the oregon stint can be found on the "history of us" kts release
and the primadonna "blood and fire - not sure if they are the same show or
which one is which..."

the dead sets are widely available on tape and cd - kts released the 2nd day
on a cd - titled "the day after" (got a burn of it for $6 at a record show)-
and according to several sources - the ig set was video taped from the
crowd - yet has never surfaced....

have a grateful day!

peace-
mike r.

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hey so.. did anyone figure out all the lyrics to lucy stoners?? i've been
listening to the cornell boot too and i can't figure them out either.. anyone
have another boot with this song?

lisa

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hkf's...  here's is sigc/vligc (dead related) fyi... scuba...  (ooopss
getting carried away...)
;)

question: what has been your most memorable moment since the
inception of your group?
indigo girls: emily: impossible to name just one. honor the
earth has been really important. opening for the grateful dead
was pretty awesome. countless experiences playing live. and
we've learned from and been inspired by countless mentors
along the way.  it's been fantastic so far.

cosmo the deadhead is at the end of his rope. he's broke, half a continent
away from his folks and he needs to get home. all he has left is his dog,
astro. he spies a likely yuppie couple on the way to their porsche. he says,
"excuse me, i'm broke and i want to sell my dog for bus money. he's special
dog, he even talks! ask him something." the man seems appalled, but the
woman is itrigued. "oh dale, that would be so kewl! ok, doggie, what's your
favorite dead song?" astro barks "wharf, wharf, wharf". the couple laugh at
this and leave, without buying astro, of course. astro looks at cosmo and
says, "maybe i should have said playin'?"

q: how do you keep a deadhead in suspense?


have a grateful day!

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hkf's,

06/13/00  new york, ny  central park summer stage
on sale: 05/11/00 - 10:00am  (212)307-7171 (local tm)
[probably just a general admission show, don't cha think?  but might as well
check this morning just in case it isn't!]

07/11/00  park city, ut  deer valley
on sale: ?
[got it off the official site, btw]

that's it - any on sale info or links to venue websites and such would be
mucho appreciated!

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hkf's,

last one, i swear!!!  but i wanted to share with you my good fortune on the
6/3 show...  first off, the only bad thing is that i had to buy two shows in
the series to be able to purchase the 6/3 ig show in advance through concert
southern / chastain or whoever they are (at least it's not tm!).  but i did
mail order b/c the lady on the phone said no one does mo and there's always
a lot of good tix's reserved for mailed in orders that never get used.  so
even though i was skeptical - i sent my money orders in for ig & jethro tull
(yep, slim pickens on the rest of the series) and for the ig show i got b
1-r row c seats 1 & 2 - which means i'm in a box, three rows from the center
pit, and i'm probably about 10 feet from the stage!!!  and i was first on
line for the show on the 2nd and i got b 4-r which is straight-center box a
few rows off the floor as well!!!

just had to share my happy news i received in the mail yesterday and
hopefully many of you guys will have the same luck as me!

"it's a victory for the heart every time the music starts..."
                - neil young, hippy dream

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scott, your killin me! i live in carrboro, about 2 or 3 miles away from the
cradle, and i wrongly said it was in chapel hill! its screwy cuz alot of
carrboro addresses have chapel hill mailing addresses! the cardle used to be
on franklin st in chapel hill, and thats where the girls used to play a ton
way back when! i never been to the old location, but i have seen disapear
fear at the cradle since its moved about 1 mile down the road! :) its a
pretty cool place and lots of "big names" come here to the cradle! its a
stage and lots of floor place to stand! there are some dim lit table and
couches in the back! i would love to see amy up there! hopefully i will be
able to make it!! have a good one all! (im beging to see a few of us listees
live in the nc area! :) cool beans! have a good one all!

cara


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>date: wed, 10 may 2000 19:18:28 -0400
>
>for info. and to buy tickets go to:
>http://db.catscradle.com/cradle/
>(click on "cat's cradle" on left)
>
>technically, the cat's cradle is in carrboro, but
>it's very close to the chapel hill border.
>
>i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
>together some very talented musicians to take some new
>songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
>so, who knows what the ig connection is here?
>
>scott
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i dissagree completely!  i mean there are some good points bein made, but i
guess i am one that doesnt mind my demographic info floatin around, and, i
think a click is better than nothing! i really didnt mean to cause any
conflict here when i brought this up! not everything is all wrong or all
right! some things on voter.com may suck in someones opinion, but it may be
ok for otheres! i just wnated to bring light to it cuz i enjoy it and i
thought it was relevant! if ya dont like, dont check it out and if ya like
it, check it out! since our listserve informed us not to discuss politics
too much here, ill leave it at that! sorry if irritated anyone! have a good
day!

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>date: wed, 10 may 2000 20:01:09 -0400
>
> >from: neil hunt <neil@andineil.com>
> >subject: re: nigc/more news bits/make our girls proud!
> ><<i really like voter.com andi have voted on some very
> >interesting issues! check it out if ya want! emily and amy would
> >be proud!! :)>>
> >
> >call me an old miser-guts. call me a gnarly old curmudgeoun if
> >you will. send insults, tell me i'm a spoilsport, whatever...
> >vote.com is harmless.
>
>as long as you don't mind your opinions and personal info being sent to
>advertisers as well as politicians (did you read the fine print?)  that's
>where they make their $s: gathering demographic data through the lure of
>single-issue polls.  oh, and it was started by political sleaze-meister
>mercenary dick morris.
>
> >reams of paper with old-fashioned paper and ink signatures
> >receive scant attention by politicians. unscientific internet
> >opinion polls - (which can be easily manipulated) are worth less
> >than the paper they are written on.
>
>so true.
>
> >the difference you make is proportional to the effort you take
> >to make it.
>
>of course... if i'm a politician, and i see a handwritten postcard or
>letter
>next to an internet poll, i know who cares more.  it'd probably take 1000
>internet votes to equal one small postcard or phone call).  the people who
>vote spur-of-the-moment because they got an e-mail are not as likely to
>follow their congressperson's actions and vote accordingly, and they know
>it.
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in a message dated 5/10/00 10:13:14 pm central daylight time,
indigopony@aol.com writes:

<< i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
> together some very talented musicians to take some new
> songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
> so, who knows what the ig connection is here?
  >>

didn't ig play mtv unplugged with michelle shocked and do water is wide with
her and jules shear?

pam in big d

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hey everyone-ig at central park summerstage is onsale now at ticketmaster.

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hey all. at the risk of sounding extremely ignorant, i have just heard
another song i hadnt previously! (napster!) anway, clampdown is the name! i
love it!!(is there an ig song i dont say "i love it" after words??) its
acoustic and i love it! just wonderin if others had heard of it! :) have a
great day!

cara
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cara--
  "clampdown" is a cover song which appears on a clash tribute album.

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is anyone going to see melissa ferrick play at bitter ends on saturday in
the village?  just wondering if any listees will be there.......

annamarie

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does anyone know where i can read that whole interview? i lover reading
their interviews! i just love their perspective on things!! i love them!!
have a great day all!!

cara


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>
>hkf's...  here's is sigc/vligc (dead related) fyi... scuba...  (ooopss
>getting carried away...)
>;)
>
>question: what has been your most memorable moment since the
>inception of your group?
>indigo girls: emily: impossible to name just one. honor the
>earth has been really important. opening for the grateful dead
>was pretty awesome. countless experiences playing live. and
>we've learned from and been inspired by countless mentors
>along the way.  it's been fantastic so far.
>
>cosmo the deadhead is at the end of his rope. he's broke, half a continent
>away from his folks and he needs to get home. all he has left is his dog,
>astro. he spies a likely yuppie couple on the way to their porsche. he
>says,
>"excuse me, i'm broke and i want to sell my dog for bus money. he's special
>dog, he even talks! ask him something." the man seems appalled, but the
>woman is itrigued. "oh dale, that would be so kewl! ok, doggie, what's your
>favorite dead song?" astro barks "wharf, wharf, wharf". the couple laugh at
>this and leave, without buying astro, of course. astro looks at cosmo and
>says, "maybe i should have said playin'?"
>
>q: how do you keep a deadhead in suspense?
>
>
>have a grateful day!
>
>a+e=ig
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date:         thu, 11 may 2000 08:36:46 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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for those interested in this years nff i thought id post this! i live a ways
a way from there but i would love one year to just go up there! it sounds
very awsome! i know no ig, but dar,shawn colvin, and mary chapin carpenter
and lots of others im not as familiar with! anway, have a great day!

cara

newport folk fest
willie nelson, shawn colvin, natalie merchant and mary chapin
carpenter will headline the 2000 edition of the newport folk
festival, to be held aug. 4, 5 and 6 in rhode island. here's the
lineup, as announced by george wein's festival productions inc.,
organization:

friday evening, aug. 4: cliff eberhart, john gorka, lucy
kaplansky and cheryl wheeler in a collaborative singer-
songwriters' concert at the hotel viking grand ballroom (8 p.m.
edt).

saturday, aug. 5 (11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) at fort adams state
park: willie nelson, shawn colvin, slaid cleaves, ray wylie
hubbard, string cheese incident, bob neuwirth, terri hendrix
with lloyd maines, bela fleck and the flecktones, guy clark,
stacey earle and the jewels, peter keane, melissa ferrick, kerry
grombacher.

sunday, aug. 6 (11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.) at fort adams state
park: natalie merchant, dar williams, carrie newcomer, jess
klein, toshi reagon and big lovely, peter rowan's texas trio
with tony rice, mary chapin carpenter, natalie mcmaster, mary
gauthier, equation, the richard shindell band.

there will be two stages at newport this year -- the main newport
stage and a smaller, tented harbor stage sponsored by borders
books & music. sponsorship of the newport folk festival this year
has shifted from one ice cream maker to another. vermont-based
ben & jerry's homemade bowed out after a long run of festival
sponsorship. it has been succeeded by newport creamery, a rhode
island-based chain of 40 new england family restaurants.
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the tribute is called burning london and it's a good cd

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i've been wondering why the ig aren't going to be there.  of course,
there's a million reasons for it - scheduling conflicts, etc., maybe
they just want some down time, but does anyone speculate that the reason
might be because of the new sponsors?  maybe they don't like the
politics of the newport creamery (just being stupid).  but seriously,
what's the company that bought ben & jerry's?  are they mad about that
purchase, so they're not going to do the festival?

elaine

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clampdown is the song ig covered on the clash tribute album.

they played it at the 3/31/00 show in richmond, ky.

i'm not sure whether there is a boot floating around or not...

:-) karen (officially done with school and graduating on saturday!!!)


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happy thursday all - just to let you know that the sacramento memorial
auditorium box office has no information about the concert on july 21st.
the person who i spoke with was very sweet - even said that a few people
had already called this morning inquiring about on-sale dates (and this was
only ten minutes after the office opened!).  i will keep you updated as i
hear more....

carrie

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can also be found on the american university boot. i am not sure if there is one of those either...

carla :o)

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if anyone has suggestions on equipment they'd recommend for taping at
concerts, i'm in need of buying something new.
i had been using an aiwa cassette recorder and it might be terminally ill.
it's too bad that such inexpensive stuff is usually too costly to fix.  i
really like this recorder and i like keeping all my boots on cassettes even
though they're going the way of the 8-track.
i'd prefer not to spen $300, but i'm open to hearing what you all have that
you'd recommend.
thanks
rena

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say prayers to whatever god or goddess you believe in for my friends and
fellow new mexicans in los alamos.  over two-thirds of the city of los
alamos is on fire now and the winds are expected to gust to 60 mph today.
thousands have lost their homes and their livelihood.

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go dat if you can.  the quality of the recording will be amazingly
improved.

"(rena shear)" wrote:
>
> if anyone has suggestions on equipment they'd recommend for taping at
> concerts, i'm in need of buying something new.

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i highly recommend mini disc recorders...around $200. for machine and mic...can even get hem now so they download mp3s for around $50 more...very small and easy to conceal...d:)

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hey everyone!
don't know why it didn't occur to me to announce this earlier since my whole
life has been consumed by being an organizer of the festival. but for anyone
in the northern ohio area (or anyone willing to drive to northern ohio....)
oberlin college is having its spring folkfest this friday and saturday may
12-13. it starts at 6:30pm on friday with lucy kaplansky playing at 9pm. and
saturday it goes from 11am to about 11pm. loudon wainwright iii will be
playing at 9pm. other acts include oberlin students (singer songwriters, a
cajun band, a slavic folk choir, much more), local ohio acts matthew abelson
(hammered dulcimer) and prairie orchid (children's music), oberlin graduate
josh ritter (plays several venues in boston and ri) and deidre flint (from
pennsylvania, i think). anyway, it's bound to be an excellent show and if
you can come, please do! it's in tappan square in the middle of oberlin
(which is small so there's no trouble finding the square). if you can find
state route 58, then you can find tappan square! thanks!
peace,
becky
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i called the cat's cradle, and the woman i spoke to said there
will be no advance sale of tickets, but they only do that for
shows with a possibility of selling out.  she is 99.9% sure
they won't sell out their capacity of 700 for this show.
there is no reserved seating, so if you want a good spot
you'll want to get there a little early.  however, you won't
have to get there real early like for a ga ig concert.  probably
7:30pm will get you a spot at the very front, but i wouldn't
be surprised if you couldn't get that spot at 8:20pm just before
showtime at 8:30pm.  people tend to drink and mingle beforehand,
and then only at the start of the show go up towards the stage.

scott

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i'm a long time ig fan, but entirely new to this list.  i don't own a
single boot, but would like to start collecting.  if anyone out there is
willing to help me get started, i would attempt to barter.  per the
wishes of amy and emily, i will not buy boots.  if anyone would care to
take pity on a poor newbie, please e-mail me!  thanks!
love and peace,  jane

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is anyone from the list planning on attending the may 18 daemon show in
gainesville, florida?  i live in jacksonville, about an hour away, and
will definitely be making the trip.  write me if you're interested in a
meet!

love and peace,  jane

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hey everyone!!!!!

so, yes, it's true, on may 17th i will be leaving for the wonderful city to
explore for 2 whole weeks.  if any listees want to meet up, let me know!  e
mail me, let me know what's going on.  where are the young lesbian hang outs?
are there any great concerts anywhere in the next 3 weeks?

write soon!
love you all!

r

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i just wanted to let everyone know that michelle malone will be playing
this sunday, may 14th at the iota cafe (on wilson blvd.) i believe this is
actually in virginia though her web page says dc. i think michelle is
expected to play at 8pm but i'd call first to double check. sorry this
isn't more informative but i'm rushing out the door and just remembered to
post about this show. if anyone goes, have fun and maybe i'll see you
there =)
        danielle (who now resumes her lurking post)


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my husband did that on purpose, for some silly reason that i can't
remember.  i'll make sure to remind him again to fix the darned thing,
since he's the alpha geek here, and i am only a user! :-)  my apologies
for any problems this has caused anyone!

love and peace,  jane

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i posted a msg on the dameon site and asked this question like another
person said and i now have two seats reserved for me! just in case!! theyll
hold it for up to an hour after the show starts! have a good one!

cara


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>
>i called the cat's cradle, and the woman i spoke to said there
>will be no advance sale of tickets, but they only do that for
>shows with a possibility of selling out.  she is 99.9% sure
>they won't sell out their capacity of 700 for this show.
>there is no reserved seating, so if you want a good spot
>you'll want to get there a little early.  however, you won't
>have to get there real early like for a ga ig concert.  probably
>7:30pm will get you a spot at the very front, but i wouldn't
>be surprised if you couldn't get that spot at 8:20pm just before
>showtime at 8:30pm.  people tend to drink and mingle beforehand,
>and then only at the start of the show go up towards the stage.
>
>scott
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hey y'all

if any one wants a kristen hall - fact or fiction cassette free (either you
pay for shipping or maybe send me a bootleg i need and i'll send you the
tape) email me.  i'm moving and i think my gf has it on cd.

if you need a track listing or anything, just ask.

mel w in chicago

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i wrote:

i like your magazine and just started a subscription, however i don't like the inclusion of a gun on your postcard.

_______________

they wrote back:

dear brenda--

thanks for your comments. we included the gun in that image (it's from a cover of one of our issues) because it's an iconic image that appears in much of the pop culture we cover. while in real life i object to guns,
of course, i have found that there are some instances (certain movies, etc.) in which women using guns can be positive.


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hey~~

i don't know if many of you know about daemon underground, or dug...

but they are in the process of revamping their main site & have also added a
sort of new interactive one, which includes a message board made specifically
for everyone wanting to try to meet up at some of the daemon anniversary
shows.  the message board is located on the web page titled "daemonites
unite" & there's some other fun stuff to go mess around with too.

if you've never heard of dug...  you can go check it out here:

http://www.daemonunderground.com

(or you could link to it off the daemon site; link is on the links page)

the new interactive dug site is here....

<a href="http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/stonetemple/1186/index.htm">daemon
underground</a>

or...

http://www.trak.to/daemonunderground
(there's an annoying banner ad but you can click the x & get rid of it)

or...

http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/stonetemple/1186/
(no annoying banner ad, but a lot of url to remember)

if you have any questions about this email, send it to me privately.  any
questions about the site, email the addy's given there.

later!

gecie

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bitch magazine wrote to brenda:
> while in real life i
> object to guns, of course, i have found that there are some instances
> (certain movies, etc.) in which women using guns can be positive.

        i myself object very strongly to firearms and most especially
private possession of them. but, you know, i watch the x-files and i
can't help but think "hot damn, scully looks cool with that gun." it's a
reaction that bothers me, but i have rationalized it away by telling
myself that, for an fbi agent, a gun represents the most basic level of
government-granted trust and authority, and for a field agent - male or
female - to travel weaponless is simply stupid, considering how dangerous
their line of work is. i don't think anybody on this list, xf fan or no,
would care to see mulder with a gun and scully without.
        for her to use her gun with power and authority is, in this case,
a symbol that she is at least an equal of her male peers. and the fact
that she (and mulder) rarely fire their guns and even more rarely actually
hurt anybody goes a long way for me.
        but possibly i am just rationalizing. :)
        mandy

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                i have a gift to bring....

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looking for some inside between black and white on the lyrics of welcome me.
and what does the coyote have to do with it anyways, etc.  i love the song
but no clue what amy's talking about
thanx
denise

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on thu, 11 may 2000, mandy (afc) wrote:

>         i myself object very strongly to firearms and most especially
> private possession of them.

   objection overruled.  ;)

   guns are like any technology, they enable good and bad things to
happen.  i myself object strongly to anybody who would take that away from
me -- i'm not much of a hunter, (partaken in state-sponsored hunts to
control deer populations in indiana) but i enjoy the focus required to
target shoot, as well as that whole defense of self-and-animals thing.

   photo ids and trigger locks should be mandatory.  if you
need one to drive a car...

   and charleton heston is not my president.  :)

   darius

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<<<< i saw michelle shocked there a few months ago.  she put
   > together some very talented musicians to take some new
   > songs she wrote with fiachna o'braondin on the road.
   > so, who knows what the ig connection is here?
    >>
  >didn't ig play mtv unplugged with michelle shocked and do
  >water is  wide with her and jules shear>>

that was the easy connection, there's another.
hint: fiachna performed an irish folk song during the show
      which featured him playing a particular instrument.

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hey y'all,

i need a little help from any of you who have been to an ig concert at red
rocks.  are they always general admission or are the seats assigned?  how do
you get close to the stage there?  what is the rough seating capacity and do
you have to camp out to get close?  i would really appreciate any
information/impressions/amusing anecdotes that any of you have!

thanks,

pam in big d

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in a message dated 5/11/00 4:13:18 pm central daylight time, btfenton@aol.com
writes:

<< i like your magazine and just started a subscription, however i don't like
the inclusion of a gun on your postcard.

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they wrote back:

dear brenda--

thanks for your comments. we included the gun in that image (it's from a
cover of one of our issues) because it's an iconic image that appears in much
of the pop culture we cover. while in real life i object to guns,
of course, i have found that there are some instances (certain movies, etc.)
in which women using guns can be positive.


hmmmm.....comments anyone......
  >>
just a couple of thoughts.  i, too, share your dislike of guns and regret
that they, like the automobile, have indeed become "iconic images" in
american culture.  i know that "guns don't kill people, people kill people,"
but still remain unconvinced that the proliferation and ease of acquisition
of guns in our society is not a factor.  i think that there are too many guns
around and we as a culture should be looking at that problem seriously.

having said all that, i run a small, feminist theatre company.  most of the
work we do has an extremely liberal, pro-woman, anti-patriarchy (thought not
anti-male) point of view - and 5 of the productions we presented in our first
two years contained guns on stage, several of which were fired during the
plays.  when dealing with the theme of violence in a male-dominated world,
guns often come up!

it's dinner time and my two kids are hungry, but this is a very interesting
topic - and very on point with ig and their concerns.  i have further
thoughts about why guns crop up so often in women-centered material, but
dinner calls!

:-)

pam in big d

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exactly what amy was intending with the coyote, i'm not sure.  i do know
that, in most western native american stories, coyote is one of the
trickster gods.  he's the one who stole fire and brought it to earth and
gave it to man.  he's often shown to be a very intelligent creature,
cunning, always trying to play both sides against the other, and often
ending up coming out on the bad end because of his conniving ways.

i don't know if this has anything to do with welcome me, though...

denise wrote:
>
> looking for some inside between black and white on the lyrics of welcome me.
> and what does the coyote have to do with it anyways, etc.  i love the song
> but no clue what amy's talking about
> thanx
> denise

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at 08:49 am 5/11/00 , cara klein wrote:
>i dissagree completely!  i mean there are some good points bein made, but
>i guess i am one that doesnt mind my demographic info floatin around, and,
>i think a click is better than nothing! i really didnt mean to cause any
>conflict

what conflict?  you mean people disagreeing about its merits, or informing
folks about the slimy republican mercenary demographics salesman behind it
(though i'm guessing that you don't know who dick morris is)?

>here when i brought this up! not everything is all wrong or all right!
>some things on voter.com may suck in someones opinion, but it may be ok
>for otheres! i just wnated to bring light to it cuz i enjoy it and i
>thought it was relevant! if ya dont like, dont check it out and if ya like
>it, check it out! since our listserve informed us not to discuss politics
>too much here, ill leave it at that! sorry if irritated anyone! have a
>good day!

i'm sorry that you have trouble with disagreement, but i thought it was
only fair that everyone know what they're getting into at vote.com, so they
can make a *fully informed* decision about it.

just fyi -- if you post something (and you post a lot), not everybody will
agree with it, but everyone has a right to reply.  don't take it
personally, this is the nature of discussion.

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i have lost the link to the ig light switches - it was
a good idea for a gift for a friend of mine - could
someone repost?  thank you!
love and light,
dev;)

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sorry for the nigc, but kelly v (?)--you have some cdr's from me, and i'm
moving in about a week, so if you could email me, that would be wonderful.
thanks:)
\peace,
christie wind

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hey!

i saw ellen last night - great show!!  straight or gay
- we can all learn something from that woman!  the
audience was very welcoming and friendly - aside from
one person who may have had one too many and towards
the end of the show just started yelling
obnoxiously...making ellen stop and start a couple
times til she finally said she needed that person to
stop yelling bc this was a 'quiet' part of the
act...the audience totally supported that!  ellen
handled it very well tho...so much grace.  after her
act - she came back out and had a question and answer
session...which was videotaped - anne heche is
producing the documentary that this footage will be
used for...anyway - it was so fun!

did someone mention a cornell boot?  pls contact me
privately...thanks...

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this is from the university of cincinnati's newspaper.  i picked up a few
extra of these, so if you would like a print copy, let me know.  it fills
up almost a whole page, and there are 5 pictures, 3 of which i haven't seen
before, the one from the intro page of the web site, and one from sots.

liz


http://newsrecord.uc.edu/s00/wk7/5-11/articles/shades.html

shades of blue

           by dale francis smith
           et cetera editor


the atmosphere in zimmer auditorium may be a bit blue friday when the
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indigo girls, along with tracy conaty, discuss gay rights.

the indigo girls will also insert a few songs into the mix.

part of the presentation will include an open forum for participants to
voice their opinions, their experiences or simply to ask questions. in past
talks, the forum has become deeply personal, according to amy ray of the
indigo girls. "the question period is a testimonial period," she said.

the indigo girls have personal experience with sexual orientation
discrimination. a few years ago, a series of shows was canceled when some
parents, principals and school board members raised  concern about the
indigo girls sexual orientation. the idea for a high school tour came after
the indigo girls judged a high school lyric writing contest.

"we were struck by the students' energy and willingness to engage in and
question life. a minority composed of homophobic, narrow-minded parents,
weak-kneed principals and school boards has successfully enforced a policy
of hate. our public schools should be a safe environment for an open
exchange of ideas and a chance to explore one's own individuality," said ray.

though not always political, the indigo girls' music often has social and
political overtones.

the song "prince of darkness," from the 1989 release indigo girls is filled
with desperate, dark images that simply bleed sadness into the air. "now
someone's on the telephone, desperate in his  pain/ someone's on the
bathroom floor doing her cocaine/
someone's got his finger on the button in some room/ no one can convince
me we aren't gluttons  for our doom," they sing.
"the most natural thing in the world for us is to marry social activism
with our music because our music is so deeply rooted in life issues," said
emily saliers of the indigo girls.

conaty, who will participate in the discussion with the indigo girls, was a
field organizer and later communications director for the national gay and
lesbian task force. she brings to the forum years of experience battling
hate-related violence and anti-gay legislation, including the recent
proposition 22 in california. proposition 22, or the defense of marriage
act (doma) is a bill that  denies marriage rights to homosexuals who
obtained legal marriages in other states. it was passed by a 61.4 percent
vote on march 7.

there will also be other speakers, including julia "butterfly" hill, who
spent more than two years in a redwood tree in california to protest the
logging industry.

tickets are free, but must be picked up at the student organizations and
activities office, room 221 tangeman. students must present a uc
identification card in order to receive tickets.


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your lover's arms, grab the hand of the person standing right next to you
and show them you are not afraid of who you are."
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so is anyone still in contact with rick hodgins or have anyway of
contacting him
i still have not recieved my cds from him

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my sister saw her recently at luna park in west hollywood.  i'm jealous.

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again,
first come first serve
price does not include small fee for postage
e-mail lschwart@goucher.edu


1) xl, black, rites of passage tour t-shirt.  album cover picture of a and e
on front, "rites of passage tour 1992" on back with "rites" design: $20

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ok...i'm living in my own little world here, deleting
record amounts of email, so i dunno a whole lot about
what's going on on the list...but i just downloaded
napster, which is great until it starts to piss me off
(just like anything else, right?), and i downloaded a
coupla songs that i don't know the lyrics to..letter
to eve and uncle john's band. lyrics and any info
about these songs would be very much appreciated by
moi.

thanx, celeste:)

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wow...two posts in one day. holy moly. i forgot to ask
about tix for the la shows in july..do we know when
they go onsale?

pax, celeste:)

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i called them this week and they had no information yet, if you find out let
me know!! i live in marina del rey, and am going to the san diego show
already, but really want to see the hob show too...

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are their any indy listess perferabally near indonapolis or zionville of
so email me off the list please

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> i just downloaded napster, which is great until it starts to piss me
> off (just like anything else, right?), and i downloaded a coupla songs
> that i don't know the lyrics to..letter to eve and uncle john's band.
> lyrics and any info about these songs would be very much appreciated
> by moi.

        remember that old ad campaign, the one that said sears has
everything? it wasn't true. they never had crayons. but it is true that
lifeblood has everything. everything indigo related, that is, or at the
very least links to what it doesn't have (pictures, related artists, etc)
we ig fans are very lucky to have such a comprehensive resource. *and*
it's all run pro bono by a fan like us (well, maybe more dedicated and
talented than us) - everybody wave a big thank you to carolyn! and then
get thee to lifeblood, if you haven't yet been.

        www.lifeblood.net

        mandy

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

                                *emily saliers*


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date:         fri, 12 may 2000 12:13:28 cest
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fiachna played flute on "closer to fine"...

have i won something now ??? :-)

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never ever ever respond to spam. if anything, send the entire message,
including headers to abuse@spammersisp.com and they will usually take care
of it. unfortunately, many spammers also forge the headers. in this case, go
here. http://spamcop.net and cut and paste the entire message including
headers into the box. they will figure out where the message really came
from and will send a report to the abuse team of the offending party's isp.
i have gotten quite a few accounts disabled this way. oh and this service is
free.

ryan

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>
>
> okay  folks,  i'm getting spam, from  audiohighway.com also at
> audiohwy@response.etracks.com.
>
> i'm new to dealing with this sort of thing.  can anyone make any
> suggestions on how i can i find out who this person is, how they got my
> email address ?  and most important how to get them to bug off before it
> gets to be a problem?
>
> i  contacted them afeter the first email, said i want to be taken off
> their list ,  i want hemto stop, obviously they are not listenning, or
> not receiving my emails.

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>from elaine:

"i've been wondering why the ig aren't going to be there.  of course,
there's a million reasons for it - scheduling conflicts, etc., maybe
they just want some down time, but does anyone speculate that the reason
might be because of the new sponsors?"

i've been wondering the same thing.  i hate to bring this up, but do
you think they weren't asked this year? oh the humanity! let me get
that right out of my head.

i really love shawn and mary-chapin, but i'm neither a willie or
natalie fan - sorry to say.  so, i don't thinking i'll be making down
to newport this year - for the festival anyway.

happy friday.
cathy (who is still pondering another alternative for
vacation).

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okay....just listening to an old cat stevens cd i finally re-found....i think that the girls covering " where do the children play" would be wonderful....sparks....

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hkf's....

a year or so ago, shelley put together a wonderful compilation of mostly
original music and spoken word by list members called smallternative.  i
recently came up with the idea of creating an ig tribute site on mp3.com
which i titled the power of two in reference to the power of two people
named amy and emily to change and enrich our lives.....

the page currently contains only 2 songs, after today by in clover (tara's
former band) and my wyoming skies, both of which were featured on
smallternative.  i intend to contact all the other contributors as time
permits, and also extend a welcome to any other creative listees to show
your stuff....

http://www.mp3.com/poweroftwo

thanks, y'all....

tim
web page - http://www.havanamoon.8m.com/
mp3 site - http://www.mp3.com/timbaldwin

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wisdom is not truth; truth is not beauty;
beauty is not love; love is not music;
music is the best..." (frank zappa)

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here ya go:

www.switchindigo.ca.tc

rugbygrrl

>from: devin therese trego <dev171@yahoo.com>
>i have lost the link to the ig light switches - it was
>a good idea for a gift for a friend of mine - could
>someone repost?  thank you!
>love and light,
>dev;)

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npigc (no pertinent ig content)

*sighs* this was supposed to be my first ig concert....i've been trying to go to one for 6 years now....and i just know as soon as i get on that plane to go to rhode island and carrie picks me up that i'll find out that they're playing in texas. i just know it.

*sighs*
just thought i'd do some half-a** ranting....
carrie i need a hug....

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just found out...  new site is at

http://www.daemonunderground.com/dug2000

the stimulator has not changed the link at the daemon site (since he's awol
apparently).

and, don't forget,

http://www.trak.to/daemonunderground

gc

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date:         fri, 12 may 2000 14:23:23 -0400
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yippee - ebay has finally shut down the early recordings auction(s).  i
don't know why all of a sudden, but damn that makes me happy when good
triumphs and the rest of us who play by the rules are vindicated.

yours in indigo-sanctioned-bootleg-practice smiles,
tara

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not sure if anyone has posted this yet (if so, sorry; i'm letting my list
mail pile up) but here's a link to a letter on the daemon recs. site,
explaining the boycott, etc:

http://daemonrecords.com/beta/10years/sc.html

-mel w  (finals??!? umm...what finals?)

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okay, several people emailed me links to their
webpages list of boots or an actual list of what they
have.  i'll compile them and post and post the list
and links by monday.  if you have a list and you
haven't sent it to me yet, send it on.  after driving
the 1000 miles home from school yesterday i'm still
exhausted, and it may take a few days to get myself in
gear.  and somewhat indigo-relevant on my drive i was
busy marvelling that even though i had my cd player
set on shuffle, nashville came on as i entered
nashville. i got so wrapped up in the moment that i
missed the turn for i-24 and had to turn around.

:)carrie

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-speaking of cat stevens songs for the girls to cover.
what about "hard-headed woman"?  i can just hear amy
crooning "looking for a hard-headed woman . . ."

ah,

:)carrie

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i have a question for anyone who lives in pittsburgh, asap.  so anyone who
lives in pittsburgh and just happens to be reading their e-mail now i need
some help.
thank you
anya
(sorry to the rest of you for the nigc)

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sign-off indigo-girls

jberryhaynes@yahoo.com

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i live in cincinnati, but i couldn't make it to the spitfire show last
night... i know at least one person on the list must have gone... how was it?
anybody boot the show? just curious... i was really bummed i had to miss it,
but hopefully we'll still have jammin' on main tonight, (even though it's a
little nasty outside at the moment).

~lisa

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hi,
i have a ticket to the manns center show in philly on june 9, that i need to
sell.
it is for section o/b/lc, row f. i'm only asking what i paid for it ($39.15).
if anyone is interested, please email me privately. thanks!

kisha

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> >from elaine:
>
> "i've been wondering why the ig aren't going to be there.  of course,
> there's a million reasons for it - scheduling conflicts, etc., maybe
> they just want some down time, but does anyone speculate that the reason
> might be because of the new sponsors?"

in 97 they didn't play - i couldn't make it down there - but *i* really
wanted to go... james taylor headlined and everyone i know loved it.

ing the same thing.  i hate to bring this up, but do
> you think they weren't asked this year? oh the humanity! let me get
> that right out of my head.
>
> i really love shawn and mary-chapin, but i'm neither a willie or
> natalie fan - sorry to say.  so, i don't thinking i'll be making down
> to newport this year - for the festival anyway.

fwiw, i've seen willie and natalie (and actually - just saw the 10000
maniacs without natalie last night - incredible show, even w/o natalie and
they are playing a free show next weekend at northeastern, , fyi) both are
amazing live - willie nelson is tremendous on stage - saw him with the
highwaymen - just gave me a great sense of a passionate performer.

natalie, well natalie has been a fave of mine since before i ever heard of
ig, saw her twice and she cant disappoint.

my gripes: i wanted the respond artists on the side stages - toshi reagon
and melissa ferrick both deserve fort stage full sets. who ever booked
string cheese incident for a folk fest - i mean, they are good, but they are
a jam band - seems wierd. there really *aren't* a great deal of folk
singer-songwriters, i personally would think tracy chapman would draw more
that wille or as much as natalie - and she probably would upstage the ig
*my opinion*, after seeing them perform together at the fleadh in 98)

but at leat newport doesnt have 4 stages you have to choose from all at the
same time - some bigger festivals (guinness comes to mind, but now that the
fleadh is defunct, may be a moot point.) make you make some awfully tough
choices...

but hey - there are tons of other great stuff going on - i'm sure the ig
will hit east coast for honor 2000 tour...

mike r.

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geckogrrlz@aol.com wrote:

> but hopefully we'll still have jammin' on main tonight,
> ~lisa

hey y'all!

just to let you know, barb, me, don, peg, and deidre are all going
to the jammin on main show tonight!  look for us, lisa (and you too
lisa tat!) just see if you can find the group with 2 folks wearing
their indigohio shirts - and i'm wearing my daemon shirt!  we will
be around!

later,
twink!

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on sat, 13 may 2000, mike reynolds wrote:

> my gripes: i wanted the respond artists on the side stages - toshi reagon
> and melissa ferrick both deserve fort stage full sets. who ever booked
> string cheese incident for a folk fest - i mean, they are good, but they are
> a jam band - seems wierd.

i too was surprised to see string cheese on the bill, even though i'm a
big fan.  however, they may be a jam band, but they have a very big
influence from bluegrass which is why they have been playing the telluride
bluegrass fest and high sierra for a number of years (as well as having
people like peter rowan sitting in)...so it's not like phish is playing at
newport (that would be a very big mess! haha).
brandon

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on sat, 13 may 2000, mike reynolds wrote:

> and melissa ferrick both deserve fort stage full sets. who ever booked
> string cheese incident for a folk fest - i mean, they are good, but they are
> a jam band - seems wierd. there really *aren't* a great deal of folk

just being a devil's advocate mainly, but for some folk fests (like
falcon ridge in my experience) are all about jamming and sharing the
music.  newport has never been a "strictly folk" as in singer and guitar
venue, and i think that's good.  i've heard a lot of people i might not
have, otherwise. and newport *can* be sorta rigid in its format, so
maybe a good jam band will loosen things up a bit. (format above
meaning the parade of performers that hasnt lent itself well to people
jsut jumping into each otehr's sets.)


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date:         sun, 14 may 2000 01:45:44 -0400
reply-to:     lizzard <nivabef@one.net>
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at 10:42 am 5/13/00 -0400, geckogrrlz@aol.com wrote:

>i live in cincinnati, but i couldn't make it to the spitfire show last
>night... i know at least one person on the list must have gone... how was it?


i went to it.  if there was anyone else who went, i was the girl in the
danielle howle and the tantrums shirt who asked the question about the
media always referring to ig as "lesbian musicians" as opposed to just
plain 'ol musicians.

by the way, if anyone else went, do you remember what their answer to my
question was?  i was just so nervous at being 8 feet away from them and the
fact that they listened to me so intently when i asked my question, that
when they answered i kinda forgot to pay attention to what they were
saying.  oops.

i really enjoyed the show.  the vegan guy (i forget his name) was really
funny, and julia "butterfly" hill was so inspirational. i'm gonna have to
get her book.  when michael franti did his a capella thing about the guy
getting shot by the cop there were tears in my eyes.

the indigo girls didn't really talk much.  they left most of the talking to
tracy conaty, because she was also presenting on gay rights.  they played
go and it's alright.  afterwards i went up so they would sign my ticket
stub, and amy said she liked my shirt and that it was one of her favorite
bands.  i was so nervous that all i could think of to say was "thank you."

jammin' on main tonight was also great.  besides all the drunk pushy people
around me, i had a good time.  this was my ninth show, and i *finally* got
to hear romeo and juliet live.  this was also only the second time i've
seen them play chickenman, which is another one of my very favorites.
chickenman is actually the very first song i've ever seen them play live,
and that was such a wonderful memory that it makes me like the song even
more.  i have no idea what the set list was in order and i have an icky
memory, but other songs i remember them playing were go, it's alright,
hammer and a nail (yes!), least complicated, galileo, closer to fine,
ozilline, cold beer, get out the map, gone again...i know there were a
couple others.  emily played one of her ballads, but i'm so tired that i
can't think of which one for the life of me.  i know it'll pop into my head
sometime.  this wasn't the best indigo girls show i have ever been to (that
prize still goes to bumbershoot), but amy and emily were definately in
awesome moods and i really enjoyed that they played so many of my favorite
songs.  it ranks very high.

liz


"come on and sing along if you want to, cry if you have to, lean back into
your lover's arms, grab the hand of the person standing right next to you
and show them you are not afraid of who you are."
    ~melissa ferrick

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date:         sun, 14 may 2000 15:17:24 gmt
reply-to:     robbin love <robbin_150@hotmail.com>
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for anyone interested, michelle malone will be on wrnr out of baltimore, md
in just a few minutes. sorry that i didn't know about it in advance.

http://www.wrnr.com

happy listening,
robbin
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date:         sun, 14 may 2000 20:22:28 +0200
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from:         danny <danny.verheezen@pandora.be>
subject:      ig cds for sale...
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hi,,,
we still have these ig cds for sale from our ig collection that we had =
to sell :

indigo girls cds for sale:

* swamp ophelia > usa full promo cd(sealed-in digipack) - $10.00
* cds land of canaan > 1-track usa promo - $10.00
* cds closer to fine/history of us/center stage > uk - $8.00=20
* cds closer to fine > uk 1-track promo - $7.00
* cds closer to fine > usa 1-track promo - $6.00
* cds three hits/galileo/joking/ghost/jonas & ezekial > usa 5-track =
promo - $8.00
* cds kid fears/closer to fine/center stage/prince of darkness > usa =
4-track sealed promo - $10.00
* cds galileo > 1-track usa promo - $4.00
* cds galileo/excerpts from the cd 'rites of passage'/kid fears - $6.00
* cds galileo/closer to fine/tried to be true/hammer and a nail > =
austria - $6.00
* cds joking > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds joking/closer to fine/kid fears - $4.00
* cds ghost > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds least complicated/dead man's hill(acc) - $2.00
* cds least complicated/dead man's hill/mystery(acc) - $3.00
* cds least complicated > usa 1-track promo - $4.00
* cds hammer and a nail >usa 1-track promo - $3.00
* cds power of two > 1-track usa promo - 3.00
* cds touch me fall > 1-track usa promo - $3.00
* cds shame on you(radio edit)/shame on you - $3.00
* cds shame on you(radio edit)/closer to fine/least complicated/bury my =
heart at wounded knee > australian =20
   $5.00
* cds get out the map > 1-track usa promo - $2.00

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

all cds are in excellent condition !

write for more details on postage and any other info to :

danny verheezen - reichert
kon.elisabethlei 6
2300 turnhout
belgium

thanks,,,

=20

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<div><font face=3dverdana size=3d2>hi,,,<br>we still have these ig cds =
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cd(sealed-in=20
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$10.00<br>*=20
cds closer to fine/history of us/center stage > uk - $8.00 <br>* cds =
closer=20
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complicated >=20
usa 1-track promo - $4.00<br>* cds hammer and a nail >usa 1-track =
promo -=20
$3.00<br>* cds power of two > 1-track usa promo - 3.00<br>* cds touch =
me fall=20
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reichert<br>kon.elisabethlei=20
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can anyone please tell me the url for neils site.  i think its like
gotoneilytones or something...i need the cover art page....anyone,
anyone?...buhler?.....thanks

carla  :o)

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neil's urls:

www.go.to/indigogirls
www.go.to/edenburning
www.go.to/neilytones

~r


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i am a problem child/i've been wild all my days/all my anger and my rage/my
senses said it would lead me astray/i said go go go/raise your hands/raise
your hands high/don't take a seat/don't stand aside this time/don't assume
anything/but go go go  --a. ray


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date:         sun, 14 may 2000 17:25:30 -0400
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i think it's http://www.go.to/neilytones
kathy


>can anyone please tell me the url for neils site.  i think its like
>gotoneilytones or something...i need the cover art page....anyone,
>anyone?...buhler?.....thanks
>
>carla  :o)

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date:         sun, 14 may 2000 18:10:50 -0500
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ps i'm glad you had a good time at spitfire, and
      that you got to meet the girls!   i met them         at sst first
avenue mpls 1998 show.  it
      was the best show they ever did!

      i  enjoyed seeing emily enjoy herself                   rocking
out  especially on the keyboards!
       they were doing all other musicians'
        music,  accept  go and power of  two.
        i got to meet them, and  and  giv emily a             hug.

        when  doing ig shows quits being fun  for
         amy & emily, that's  when i quit seeing                them.

         peace

          barb

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