lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-06b


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date:         wed, 7 jun 2000 17:52:41 -0700
reply-to:     katie sullivan <grrlrebel@excite.com>
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subject:      boston pavillion june 10 boot
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hello all
i was wondering if anyone was planning on making a boot of the pride rally
and/or the show following it on hte 10th.  my parents are being stupid and
not letting me go.  i am willing to trade a tape of anybody (rose
polenzani's album) or maybe something else i can scrounge up.  please email
me privately
oh yeah, and i'm kinda new to the boot trade, so if you can walk me through
it...
have a wonderous day

katie

it's only life after all-ig

ps- the glaad awards conspiracy- i beleive that bill gates is really the one
behind it. it's just anohter part of his bid to take over the world and turn
us into cyborgs:)

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date:         wed, 7 jun 2000 23:01:37 edt
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i was just wondering...

    i had never heard this song before until i found it on napster... does
anyone have any history on it? is it an original? it kinda reminds me of
"philosophy of loss". any tidbits would be great. :)

thanks!
katie

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 01:26:13 edt
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ok y'all well i should be going to bed cause i have to work tomorrow and then
off to day two of wolf trap..i thought i'd give a few highlights.  do to some
connections i was able to watch the show from back stage...while i prefer to
be in the audience it is something that i can now say i did.  now all i have
ever wanted to hear live (ok well not all but i mean this a lot), it tangled
up in blue...so again with the connection i asked if they would do it.  there
were two blanks with question marks on the list. during emily's solo
(philosophy), they talked about what to do.  the decided that one was going
to be compromise..and the other was going to be tangled..i was psyched...then
amy started talking about how much time they had left and said no no....lets
do strange fire..i was bummed...the crew made the changes...and then amy came
back and said ...ok no...tangled up in blue...woo hooo..so they did that...i
was most happy and made my way out into the audience for that one..i must
say...it was soooooo damn close to the version on 1200 curfews i can't even
tell you and if anyone has a boot of this for the love of god email me...i
also got some pix...from backstage view...not a great angle but a rare
one...who knows how they turned out..i'll keep y'all posted...it was neat to
see a show from that side..ya know..looking at the audience.  ok highlights
for me...got amy's setlist...boot prints and all its great...and...during her
solo (johnny rotten), she broke her mandolin string....and guess who got
it?...thats right..me again...something i will forever treasure...it was a
great show....and with out further ado...the setlist....

ozilline
peace tonight
shame on you
ghost (one of the best i've heard it)
gone again
trouble
ceder tree (about amy's ex girlfriend)
least complicated
go
power of two
solo (johnny rotten)
soon be to nothing
shed your skin
get out the map
? (compromise)....set list had question mark...it was compromise
philosophy of loss
?...(tangled up in blue)...we know my feelings on this
closer to fine

encore:

kid fears (set list said faye tucker..but i think since this song is 4 hours
long and         they were running out of time from playing tangled up in
blue..they changed it)
galileo

i'll tell ya about tomorrow's show too...bye y'all...

carla :o)

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 08:52:16 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
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subject:      chastain 6/2 - setlist
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hkf's,

i don't think the official setlist for the friday chastain show has been
posted yet, so here it goes:

strange fire
trouble
shame on your (w/ mm)
andy
ozilline (w/ mm)
least complicated
sister
peace tonight
romeo & juliet  [ahhhh...]
closer to fine (w/ mm)
faye tucker
love will come to you
shed your skin
power of two
gone again (w/ mm)
philosophy of loss
go
get out the map
e: kid fears (w/ shawn mullins)
galileo (w/ mm)

quick highlights: strange fire - great way to open up a show, kind of like
thin line, it just has that gung-ho get-ready for great things kind-of
feeling...

sister & then romeo were amazing - gotta love those amy songs...  romeo
definitely a little on the laid back side until towards the end when amy
just had to let 'er rip!

faye tucker - tonight's version i think was actually better than saturday's
for some reason - i'm not sure, but i stood there and screamed along with
amy and it was just a killer moment - gotta love the crazy amy laughter...
ha ha haaaaa!!!

sys - i agree w/ someone else - great version even though i'm not the hugest
fan of this song (even though i had on the blue-ish/indigo sys shirt... :)

go - i love it how it's not first anymore - two songs before the encore made
it a kick arce song...  i esp. dig that ending part where the key changes
and it get's a little higher in pitch and a&e sing that 'you said it was set
in stone!!!!' part...  ahhhh...  'i am a problem child, i've been wild...'
errrr....  oooopppsss... ;)

kid fears - w/ shawn mullins - flashback to the charlotte show - but a great
version.  the charlotte show was next to a crappy warehouse - while this
version took place in beautiful chastain - therefore much better to hear a
great song like this...

that's all - i remember thinking the show flew by really quickly - i wonder
if it was shorter than usual.  but a great show by the girls...  when they
first came out on stage i had major butterflies...  i was thinking: "the
girls are going to be playing at chastain is like five minutes and i can not
believe they are here!??!!!!"  when they first came out - i had a grin from
atl to miami...  wow...

thanks for listening.
a+e=ig

ps: is the list down or something???

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 09:25:37 edt
reply-to:     vicki toye <one85fan@hotmail.com>
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from:         vicki toye <one85fan@hotmail.com>
subject:      wolftrap 6/7
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hi y'all,
i've not done this before, so forgive the disorder.  last night was of
course rockin', but all night both girls were beset with technical problems
beginning from the moment the first chord was played.  they tried to keep
smiling, but emily was quite pissed on and off throughout because she
thought her banjo wasn't up high enough, and as it turned out, neither was
any other instrument she chose to play.  finally, about a song or two
between the end and the encores, they switched out her monitor, which was
evidently the problem the entire time.  occasionally during the show, either
one of them would be gesticulating toward a guitar tech or whoever was
sitting on the mix board, asking them to make adjustments.  it just seemed
like they were frustrated.

to make up for the awkward moments they chatted a lot.  we heard about cedar
tree, and where that song came from.  if anyone else cares to elucidate,
please do, because i didn't hear it all.  but she described having had a
fight with her girlfriend and writing the song as an effort "for her."  it's
based on a tradition of planting cedar trees when someone passes on, and her
neighborhood had had quite a few.  anyone have anything else to add to that?
we heard again from emily about danny, and that she lost the student body
election later in high school to him, as well as having been treated so
badly by him earlier in life...hence the inspiration for "least
complicated."  that sparked a couple of comments from amy about emily
actually being quite popular in high school, despite having lost the
election.  amy added that she, herself, had run and lost around that same
time.  but then emily concluded with "...but then we (she and amy) forged a
relationship and a career!"  the funniest part of the exchange was when
emily said of danny, that in response to that episode in her life (and
presumably her success with lc and her career in general) she thinks back on
him and just says "hmmm....yeah!" in that tongue-in-cheek way that she can
(sort of like the "yeah" in "it's only life, after all") in satisfaction
that she "made it" and he didn't.  i know i'm not getting this across well,
but it was hilarious at the time.

the set list as i write it here seems a bit long.  i hope i didn't add
something that wasn't played.  maybe someone could verify for me.  it's not
in the right order, btw.

ozillene (sp?)
shame on you
get out the map
ghost
shed your skin
cedar tree
least complicated
gone again
peace tonight
go
johnny rotten (which she gave up trying to play at the last verse, and just
clapped herself through to the end)
compromise
philosophy of loss (preceded by an explanation as to what the song meant to
her (church/gay issues))
soon be to nothing
tangled up in blue
ctf

kid fears
galileo

one more thing i'll add:  these large-scale shows are a lot of fun, but
since the audience is not necessarily populated by hard core fans like us,
it's always hard to stand up and dance without annoying someone.  so my
advice is, stand up and dance, and the hell with them.  it encourages more
people to do so.

anyone please add to what i missed or misrepresented.

vicki

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 09:57:16 -0400
reply-to:     meg merwin <mcm5h@cms.mail.virginia.edu>
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subject:      last night---wolf trap
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last night was awesome!!! it was so pretty there....and arrived to find
out that the seats i had were not lousy, but cool! a&e were chatty and
goofy....there was no rose (i was disappointed, i came early for her!@)
but, they played a great set with most of there fast loud/punk songs. i
will post a better review whatnot---later, unless someone else steps up to
the plate.  later (have fun tonight-----fingers crossed thet they play
r&j), meg

ps---phillip, i will probably be there around 7:30-45.....your seats are
better then mine last night, so we will probably be at their feet!! thanks
so much, see you later, me

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 07:17:47 pdt
reply-to:     karen murphy <murphyslaw77@netscape.net>
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subject:      wed. at wolf trap 6/7
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hi everybody!!! i was at wolf trap last night, wed. and i had a question about
the show soooooooooooo, if those of you who were there could email me
privately at your convenience, i would greatly appreciate it.....
thank you!!!

keep on keepin' on.....
k

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 11:27:59 edt
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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 12:19:11 edt
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hello everyone,

because i must take a job related trip, i will not be able to use my ticket
for the ravinia show in chicago on june 20th.  my seat is center (roughly 20
- 30 rows back).  i'll sell it to to the 1st person who sends me a personal
email for face value (30 bucks).

if interested, please email me privately.....


thanks....


brian

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 14:44:30 edt
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it was a beautiful show and tonight i know will even be better=)

last night's setlist:

ozillene
peace tonight
shame on you
ghost (really fine!:)
gone again
trouble
cedar tree
least complicated
go
power of two
johnny rotten
soon to be nothing
shed your skin
get out the map
compromise
philosophy of loss (words are poor conveyors of how great this song is)
tangled up in blue
ctf
kid fears
galileo

a fine show!! and i already have it on cd :)  so there, you volunteer
ushers!! ;)

jude :)

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 11:53:13 pdt
reply-to:     cara klein <cowsrule52@hotmail.com>
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hi all. i just thought this was an interesting little tid bit. i went ahead
and clicked on the link to read the whole article (from about.com) and it
was very interesting. wooo...politics...grrr! anway, if anyone is interested
in reading it, go for it! i just didnt want to post the whole thing up here.
trying to better follow the rules when it come to nigc! havea great day!

cara

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 15:36:11 edt
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<< has anyone heard that ig will be playing at aptos village park near
santa cruz, july 29? >>

yep it's ture :) this is the fat fry festival in aptos.. i already have my
ticket.. i suggest getting them from www.ticketweb.com - they are usually
cheaper than bass or whoever else has them...(less service charges)

lisa
(who just got the red rocks 94 show - wow! oh yeah, i also hung out with
danielle howle on monday night and she told us a few amy stories :)

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 19:37:08 gmt
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hey kind friends,

the list has been kinda quiet today, not giving me my ig fix. so in an
attempt to get that fix, i shamelessly toyed around with emily's work to
express my no-posts-blues. don't groan too loudly, what's a junkie to do?


my boring work day saw a heavy load
with an early start and some pop tarts
voices in me stood as thick as thieves
with no sympathy for the spreadsheeter's art
i have passed these formulae 'bout a million times effortlessly
now i grip the mouse fear is what i feel
at the thought of no ig posts

you tell me it's temporary it's a matter of time before an ig e-mail
by god don't you think i know it's on the way
it's mouse click after click and healing the then
i'll soon be to reading posts but i don't know when


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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 15:38:04 edt
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i have 2 extra tix for tonight row u front orch.  if you are interested
please email me asap, i am asking what i paid $64 for the pair.

thanks
sandy

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 14:40:42 -0500
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>you tell me it's temporary it's a matter of time before >an ig e-mail
>by god don't you think i know it's on the way
>it's mouse click after click and healing the then
>i'll soon be to reading posts but i don't know when

robin,
i thought that was great!  thanks for the smile!
-mi rinda

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 14:49:02 -0500
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yeah, i thought it was just me...i have been turning the rop cd up louder and louder to keep me awake and take my mind off the crappy pain today...oh well...
question....i don't recall when the new stuff was coming out...dvd video etc...can someone shoot me the dates> thanks...sparkie

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 13:06:46 -0700
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the other day, i tried to download an ig tune that i
didn't have from napster (i don't recall the title).
when opened it to play, it was actually sir
mix-a-lot's baby got back.  i was so disappointed (and
a little disgusted...)

is this common?  is some demented soul trying to toy
with devoted ig fans?

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 16:21:01 -0400
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it was actually sir mix-a-lot's baby got back.
>>>

i like big butts and i cannot lie
no other brothers can deny...
when a girl walks in
with an itty-bitty somethin'...
yada yadaa da da yada...

great song!!!  brings me back, ohh...  about 7 years... (gosh damn who took
my walker...?)

igc: i love the indigo girls
igc: a+e=ig

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 18:02:57 edt
reply-to:     kisha1976@aol.com
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i'm going to the manns and artpark shows and wanted to bootleg them (and
possibly take photos) does anyone know if these venues check bags and such
for cameras and tape recorders? thanks

xo
kisha

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 18:11:30 edt
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hi y'all,
     i have heard the people who follow the tour for more than two dates
called go-girls, although i am not sure whether that would apply to those of
us who don't have that freedom.
     i am also not sure what guys would be called in the same situation...
maybe go-boys?  or are there even any guys that obsessed?
:-)
kim
ps sorry to the listee who gets this twice, i am so used to replying
privately and not to the list.

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date:         thu, 8 jun 2000 16:55:15 -0700
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does anyone else have a hand fetish?
if so, on watershed towards the end, i think when amy's talking about dead man's hill, have you noticed her hands???
or am i a freak of nature?
dawn

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<p> does anyone else have a hand fetish?
<p>if so, on watershed towards the end, i think when amy's talking about dead man's hill, have you noticed her hands???
<p>or am i a freak of nature?
<p>dawn</p><br><br><font color=#000000><em><strong>
<p><a href="http://www.geocities.com/venussage"><font size=4>www.geocities.com/venussage</font></a><font size=4> ~ <font color=crimson></font>updated 6/5/2000<br><br></font>"we own nothing, nothing is ours<br>not even love so fierce it burns like baby stars<br>but this poverty is our greatest gift<br>the weightlessness of us as things around begin to shift" ~ emily<br></p></strong></em></font><p><br><hr size=1><b>do you yahoo!?</b><br>
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<<kim fotheringham wrote:
i am also not sure what guys would be called in the same situation...
maybe go-boys? or are there even any guys that obsessed?>>>

oh yes.  there are guys who are obsessed...  what about neil (sorry)?  hehe
(ahhhh  my attack of the killer b-sides volume one has developed a skip during land of canaan.  is it sick i can't get myself to skip to the next track???)

anyway, i got stuck on ig because of a guy, and i am proud to say i got a straight guy stuck on them.  yay me!

how about "go-guys"?

dawn


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<p> <b><i><<kim fotheringham <indigokaj@aol.com></i></b>wrote: <br>i am also not sure what guys would be called in the same situation...<br>maybe go-boys? or are there even any guys that obsessed?>>><br>
<p>oh yes.  there are guys who are obsessed...  what about neil (sorry)?  hehe 
<p>(ahhhh  my attack of the killer b-sides volume one has developed a skip during land of canaan.  is it sick i can't get myself to skip to the next track???)</p>
<p>anyway, i got stuck on ig because of a guy, and i am proud to say i got a straight guy stuck on them.  yay me!  </p>
<p>how about "go-guys"?</p>
<p>dawn<br></p><br><br><font color=#000000><em><strong>
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i wouldn't say i gave a hand fetish...but, i think a person's hands say a lot
about them.  i love my best friend's hands--they are very strong and
beautiful to me.

i talk with my hands, so mine are constantly in motion.  people's hands also
illustrate what they do.  i have short nails--i hate to type with long
nails...but, my friend cathy has small hands with beautiful salon nails--she
likes to paint them fun colors (the nails, that is)...

good thread!

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i like strong hands that look like they create.  rugged, if you will.

better get some igc in here.  i think i like amy's hands because i know what she does with them.  such as creating my favorite music, writing, and helping those less fortunate and the environment.

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<p> i like strong hands that look like they create.  rugged, if you will.</p>
<p>better get some igc in here.  i think i like amy's hands because i know what she does with them.  such as creating my favorite music, writing, and helping those less fortunate and the environment.<br><br></p><br><br><font color=#000000><em><strong>
<p><a href="http://www.geocities.com/venussage"><font size=4>www.geocities.com/venussage</font></a><font size=4> ~ <font color=crimson></font>updated 6/5/2000<br><br></font>"we own nothing, nothing is ours<br>not even love so fierce it burns like baby stars<br>but this poverty is our greatest gift<br>the weightlessness of us as things around begin to shift" ~ emily<br></p></strong></em></font><p><br><hr size=1><b>do you yahoo!?</b><br>
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kisha,

fyi, last time i was at the mann (a year ago) they were relentless.
they even patted me down.  they also confiscated coolers and the like.

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didn't see that anyone had posted about this... i just
happened across it browsing thru the new releases!

twink!
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in stores june 27th-

sister hazel: fortress (universal)
with producer paul ebersol (along with richie zito) back in the mix, the rootsy combo
returns with a 14-track album, featuring the indigo girls' emily saliers on "champagne
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howdy,

im going to be in portland, ma on july 22 all day between flights. any
suggestions on stuff to see or any kind listees wanna meet up ?

thanks!

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hey all!
we have an extra ticket to the boston show on 6-10.  anyone interested pls
let us know.

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de-lurking for a moment - am in final thesis throes so for all who know me,
are waiting for something from me, or have even given it a second's
thought,  please excuse my apparent disappearance from the earth! i think
it is temporary.

i'd love to meet some of you philly ig fans. i think i'll be arriving at
the mann around 6:00. is there a list-meet for this one? i'd love to join you.

i'm so excited to read these set lists - they're great! i've been thinking
i'd really like to hear strange fire again, but i've never heard tangled up
in blue live (well - i heard dylan do it, but not the girls, so i've only
half heard it ...hee hee), so now i can't decide... but what a choice!

can't wait for tomorrow night. hope to meet some of you there.

-susan

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i was just reading my folk news letter and it says ig are playing in
pland at naito plaza (what's that?) on july 18. does anyone know about
that? there's other concerts listed there for other dates so it seems
like it might be legit. can someone smarter than me tell me if it's
true?
-sam (who just ordered eugene tickets minutes ago assuming that there
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i've been lurking for a long time but i came across this and thought i'd
post.

june 9, 2000
ew internet

wired for sound

ewi's guide to online summer music: the concerts, the chats, the
must-downloads

--chats, interviews, fan conferences

sad-faced balladeers the indigo girls give an interview backstage from a
stop on their summer tour on real.com (july 14, see site for times).


i looked around the real.com website and couldn't find anything yet.
there's also nothing on the official ig site.  july 14 is a seattle date,
btw.

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curve magazine is currently conducting a poll for best singer/songwriters.
our girls are not doing well.  go vote!
<a href="http://www.curvemagazine.com/">click here: curve magazine: the
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curve is also putting out a mag on my birthday (august 22nd) with the
interview with sinead o'connor in which she comes out as a lesbian.

*wooooooooo hoooooooooooooo*

*does the happy lesbian dance*
(yes i made it up!)

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i love me at one time.  but can anyone tell me what she sings about?  i'm not going to pretend like i've been following her, but i just can't remember a lot of earth-shattering quotes from her cds.  what's up with all the me buzz?

also~
sad-faced balladeers?  excuse??????

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<p> i love me at one time.  but can anyone tell me what she sings about?  i'm not going to pretend like i've been following her, but i just can't remember a lot of earth-shattering quotes from her cds.  what's up with all the me buzz?</p>
<p>also~ <br>sad-faced balladeers?  excuse??????</p>
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hello all
i was just notified that i'm not supposed to offer tapes of commercial
albums...my apologies to rose polenzani (nearly the victim).

feeling somewhat sheepish,
katie

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well, since a fetish is defined as something a person would not be able to be
sexually aroused without, i would have to say no, although i hands have
always been one of the first things i look at on someone...

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hi folks,

thanks for being patient while the listserv was having some delays.

before the hand thread goes any further on list, please take the
discussion to private email or other forums.

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vicki toye <one85fan@hotmail.com> wrote:


one more thing i'll add:  these large-scale shows are a lot of fun, but
since the audience is not necessarily populated by hard core fans like us,
it's always hard to stand up and dance without annoying someone.  so my
advice is, stand up and dance, and the hell with them.  it encourages more
people to do so.

i thought this comment is hilarious.... just wanted to say so. i was there,
with crappy lawn seats near the fence where the trash is, way in the back, on
emilys side (group i went with didnt want to pay for seats.. needless to say
all my diehard friends have scattered to the winds for the summer) and no one
got up until ctf, surprise surprise, and a bunch of people who were leaning on
the fence beside me kept chit chatting the entire time..... i felt like i was
in a bar! i was sooooooooo annoyed! and i couldnt see a freaking thing.... no
one i was with wanted to go down to where the lawn stops in an attempt to see
better. and i felt bad ditching them, so i didnt. i felt trapped!!!! i had to
just sit there..... well, one not so good concert experience out of 15 isnt so
bad.... i couldnt go tonight (and i would have by myself) bc i had to
work.....but i got off earlier than expected, at 10, and almost drove to
vienna simply so i could hear them....
well, enough of my babbling...
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go-girls is pretty cool. except that my husband goes to every concert with
me. he may not be quite as obsessed with them, but there is definitely great
appreciation there, and he knows quite a few lyrics.  so he will see at
least 2 ig concerts this year.  there must be a guy name too.


"i have heard the people who follow the tour for more than two dates
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  i like strong hands that look like they create.  rugged, if you will.

  i like strong hands that look like they protect as well.=20

  better get some igc in here.  i think i like amy's hands because i =
know what she does with them.  such as creating my favorite music, =
writing, and helping those less fortunate and the environment.

  oh, i was thinking of another reason entirely <eg> but these are all =
valid reasons too.  i am also an arm woman. i find arms veryvery sexy.

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i am a guy and i am that obsessed!

i am hoping to catch a few more this summer on top of the wolf-trap show,
maybe out to san diego, and then again later in the summer on some of the
dates that haven't been announced.  i am hoping they will be back on the
east coast..  anywhere on the east coast is great because i have family and
friends all over i can stay with:-)

phillip soloweszyk
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410-579-4948

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<p><img alt="" border=0 height=170 hspace=3 src="http://www.cnn.com/2000/showbiz/music/06/08/local.radio.ap/story.ap.jpg" width=220><br><br>june 8, 2000 <br>web posted at: 6:33 p.m. edt (2233 gmt) <br><br>washington (ap) -- in a setting more like mtv unplugged than a capitol hill news conference, the folk duo indigo girls used their music to encourage lawmakers to allow more fm radio stations. <br><br>earlier this year, the federal communications commission ordered the creation of hundreds of low-power mini-radio stations to give local community groups, churches and schools more access to the airwaves. <br><br>but the house has passed legislation that would scale back the fcc's action. and a bill pending in the senate, sponsored by sen. judd gregg, r-new hamshire, would reverse the fcc's decision. <br><br>the indigo girls, who appeared thursday with sens. john mccain, r-arizona; bob kerrey, d-nebraska; paul wellstone, d-minnesota, and others at a news conference, said the low-power stations would inject diversity into monochromatic airwaves. <br><br>a musical performance <br>amy ray said when the indigo girls started out in 1985, radio was full of independent voices and myriad musical choices. <br><br>"now, we don't enjoy that much commercial support at all," she said. "it's really because the way radio is set up now, if you're in, you're in, and if you're out, you're out." <br><br>"we fight the big guys wherever we can," said fellow indigo girl emily saliers. <br><br>fitting the low-power theme, they played two songs with an acoustic banjo and mandolin: "get out the map," and "ozilline." dozens of mostly young female congressional staffers whooped in delight. <br><br>the national association of broadcasters opposes the low-power stations, saying they would add unacceptable interference on already overcrowded radio bands. <br><br>lawmakers at thursday's event called the broadcasters' argument a transparent attempt to stifle any new choices. <br><br>"the is
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www.andineil.com
:o)
  -----original message-----
  from: dawn <venussage@yahoo.com>
  to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
  date: friday, june 09, 2000 1:27 am
  subject: re: new thread?


   <<kim fotheringham wrote:=20
  i am also not sure what guys would be called in the same situation...
  maybe go-boys? or are there even any guys that obsessed?>>>


  oh yes.  there are guys who are obsessed...  what about neil (sorry)?  =
hehe =20

  (ahhhh  my attack of the killer b-sides volume one has developed a =
skip during land of canaan.  is it sick i can't get myself to skip to =
the next track???)

  anyway, i got stuck on ig because of a guy, and i am proud to say i =
got a straight guy stuck on them.  yay me! =20

  how about "go-guys"?

  dawn

  www.geocities.com/venussage ~ updated 6/5/2000

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  not even love so fierce it burns like baby stars
  but this poverty is our greatest gift
  the weightlessness of us as things around begin to shift" ~ emily


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it just figures .... i wanted to vote once for me and a friend and and maybe
a few times for people without computers... only women would set up a vote
on a site that you could only vote once ......lol
i guess that means everyone else will have to vote on here ....
-jess
'its not cheating if you dont get caught, its creative intervention with
fate'
hehhehe


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date: thu, 8 jun 2000 00:43:34 edt

curve magazine is currently conducting a poll for best singer/songwriters.
our girls are not doing well.  go vote!
<a href="http://www.curvemagazine.com/">click here: curve magazine: the
best-selling lesbian magazine.</a>

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someone suggested a list meet tonight - well, we're meeting a
friend before the show (7-7:30ish) at the box office. if you see
a shy english guy carrying a sheep(!) then come say hi. oh, and
practice your 'i-don't-get-what-you-just-said-but-i'm-going-to-
nod-and-smile-politely' look. it'll probably come in handy :o)

<<oh yes.  there are guys who are obsessed...  what about neil
(sorry)?  hehe>>

no worries - but naahh... not obsessed - sorry. maybe i was
once, but i'm not now (or i'm in denial).

*points to very, very large cd collection...*
many cds. many boots. many artists.

anyhoo - happy friday

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"you probably have to be a little brave to be a
guy indigo girls fan." - emily saliers

"it's kind of silly when [fans are] are making pie graphs about
set list openers. but then, i always liked a good graph."
          - mike gordon

"music is the ultimate for me.
     it's the ride of a lifetime."
                      -trey anastasio

"if the world is night, shine my life like a light" - emily saliers

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check out the cnn web page.  there is an article and picture of the girls and
their efforts to make low-power radio available to the masses.  it can be found
on the main page under the entertainment section.

enjoy!
jen

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my son jordan (10 year old ig fan) and i will be there tonight also. i'd
love to meet some fellow listees also, but the last two ig concerts i went
to the listmeets went bust (f&m and tower theatre 10/99). jordan will be
wearing his come on now social tshirt (probably the only 10 year old boy w/
one on there) and i'll be wearing my million mom march tshirt.if you see us
please say "hi"!!!! we have balcony seats (i could have gotten 5th row the
day they went on sale but i got first row balcony instead so jordan would be
able to view a&e unobstructed) we'll check out the box office area when we
get there just to see if we can spot neil and his sheep! btw, neil no one
understands me either as i'm from
southjerseyandispeakrealfastwithmywordsallsquishedtogether!
:-)
lynne
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> someone suggested a list meet tonight - well, we're meeting a
> friend before the show (7-7:30ish) at the box office. if you see
> a shy english guy carrying a sheep(!) then come say hi. oh, and
> practice your 'i-don't-get-what-you-just-said-but-i'm-going-to-
> nod-and-smile-politely' look. it'll probably come in handy :o)
>
> <<oh yes.  there are guys who are obsessed...  what about neil
> (sorry)?  hehe>>
>
> no worries - but naahh... not obsessed - sorry. maybe i was
> once, but i'm not now (or i'm in denial).
>
> *points to very, very large cd collection...*
> many cds. many boots. many artists.
>
> anyhoo - happy friday
>
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i was lucky enough to go to last night's concert....it was a lot of fun
and a beautiful night. i showed up by myself ===because i was supposed to
meet up with phillip (one of our own)....not remembering where my seat
was, but thinking i was going to be pretty close. when i got my ticket
from will call....it said "pit"....i decided that they either messed up
the ticket----or that pit was not what i thought it meant.....turned out i
was three rows back from the stage...wow(i was so close i could see
the infamous tattoo and see all the details of the stage!)...i don't know
what phillip
did...but if you are ever offered a ticket from him----go! he should
receive an award or something....(thank you!) .....
        they were not very chatty....and a lot of the songs were the same
from the night before....they played three hits but alas they didn't play
r&j. i can't remember the whole set list...but i am sure someone else was
paying attention.the band was beautiful, especally during faye
tucker---amy and blaire seem to have some sort of joke between them that
keeps them cracking up and smiling every time they glance each others way.
and carol messed up the penny whistle for closer to fine....which brought
laughter from a&e. i'll let phillip or vicky jump in and add their
thoughts because i amn really late for work!...
(almost forgot---phillip and i, after being forewarned that it was against
the "law" took a bunch of pictures.....keep your fingers crossed that they
come out cool....in the beginning i was worried about getting yelled at,
so phillip took some---but closer to the end i just took a bunch.)
fyi: there are a lot of new t-shirts....
oh and also....there is a picture of them and a small blurb in today's
washington post---in the style section.

have a lovely day....i now have to go through withdraw cold turkey.
later, me

(hello vicky and phillip......last night was fun...hope to see you again.)

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beth and i will be there, i'll be wearing a black daemon records
t-shirt, short, short brown hair, glasses.  no clue what beth'll have
on. :)  she's also short, curly brown hair.  we're in section o/a/r row
p, i guess that's right front someplace.

i'll keep my eyes out for sheep and small people <g>

jean

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    well, i went to vote.  it was unfair to list melissa etheridge and kd on
the same ballot with the girls.  for that matter, where are the other worthy
candidates?  surely, melissa ferrick should replace madonna on the list of
choices.  i know catie curtis would be able to oust courtney.

julie

and yes, i did vote for the girls.

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hey...

just remembered that andi told me that she half-heard the igs
are supposed to be on wxpn, umm... now. (the 11am (eastern)
hour). not sure if she got it right, but...

www.xpn.org to listen live

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i'm not receiving email at the moment, but in case noone's said
anything, the igs'll be on xpn in the 1pm (eastern) hour. sorry
for the incorrect time before...

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minor correction!

i'm tuned into wxpn now, and they just said ig will be on the radio
live at 1pm.

www.xpn.org

jean

--- neil hunt <neil@andineil.com> wrote:
> hey...
>
> just remembered that andi told me that she half-heard the igs
> are supposed to be on wxpn, umm... now. (the 11am (eastern)
> hour). not sure if she got it right, but...
>
> www.xpn.org to listen live
>
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date:         fri, 9 jun 2000 11:50:15 -0400
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subject:      booting ig's on xpn
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i am at work and don't have the capacity to do it here, but can anyone grab
the stream and boot it?

phillip soloweszyk
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> minor correction!
>
> i'm tuned into wxpn now, and they just said ig will be on the radio
> live at 1pm.
>
> www.xpn.org
>
> jean
>
>
>
> --- neil hunt <neil@andineil.com> wrote:
> > hey...
> >
> > just remembered that andi told me that she half-heard the igs
> > are supposed to be on wxpn, umm... now. (the 11am (eastern)
> > hour). not sure if she got it right, but...
> >
> > www.xpn.org to listen live
> >
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date:         fri, 9 jun 2000 12:00:52 -0400
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if anyone is planning on going to tonight's show and recording it, could
they let me know (jared@wam.umd.edu).  my girlfriend is going and i'd love
to get her a boot from her first show, if at all possible.  i have some
things to trade if that's the question...

thanks,
jared

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anyone up for meeting before the summerstage show?  i wouldn't mind company for killing time between work and the show.  contact me if you are interested.

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yuppers!  dj just announced that emily & amy would be by soon.

> www.xpn.org

melissa

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subject: re: igs on wxpn


> minor correction!
>
> i'm tuned into wxpn now, and they just said ig will be on the radio
> live at 1pm.
>
> www.xpn.org
>
> jean
>
>
>
> --- neil hunt <neil@andineil.com> wrote:
> > hey...
> >
> > just remembered that andi told me that she half-heard the igs
> > are supposed to be on wxpn, umm... now. (the 11am (eastern)
> > hour). not sure if she got it right, but...
> >
> > www.xpn.org to listen live
> >
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              past the work stuff to get to it..when
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so how do we access the live show....actually trying to sneak past the work stuff to get to it..when will they be on?

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date:         fri, 9 jun 2000 13:20:57 -0400
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              past the work stuff to get to it..when
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go to http://publicbroadcast.net/wxpn/ppr/index-flash.html and click on
listen live.

jared

on fri, 9 jun 2000, loralei riney wrote:

> so how do we access the live show....actually trying to sneak past the work stuff to get to it..when will they be on?
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i am *so* proud of you d. c. fans!! everyone was in a fine mood last night at
the 6-8 wolf trap show.

here is the setlist from my cd liner :)

go
get out the map
three hits
peace tonight
compromise
love's recovery
chickenman
cold beer & remote control
ozillene
ctf
shame on you
philosophy of loss
gone again
band intros (emily)
power of two
faye tucker
least complicated
kid fears
trouble
or (rose p and ig) (fade out to end while i streaked for the bus:)

all in all it has been a wonderful two days and i am still on a roll from it.
if anyone is waiting for an email from me about any copies/trades, i'll get
around to it soon, i promise.

jude :)

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now, now, now!

melissa


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        another voice in the fray...
        i'll be there. neil will recognize me (/me waves) but the rest of
y'all probably won't. i'll be there with four other people (including
*gasp* a man) on the lawn, toward the front. i have curly brown hair and
i'll be wearing a long orange skirt. acoording to a comment a friend of
mine overheard at the end of the bucknell show, i'm recognizable as "that
girl who's at every indigo girls concert", so that might help you.
        i am also a native northern californian, which means that i speak
with newscaster clarity. heh.
        see y'all tonight...
        mandy

        p.s. keep sending the cookbook recipes along, folks! the address
is sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com.

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                i have a gift to bring....

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i can actually hear it....holy shit!!!!!!sparkie smilin........

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they are rockin' right now doing "cold beer and remote control"!!!  they
sound awesome.  thank you, jared, for giving us the link....

annamarie

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what's the address?  anyone?

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what a way to begin the friday...live version of gone again........

thank you goddess...thank you thank you  thank you.......

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oh yea excellent timing....
called my girlfriend to tell her and she is not happy with me...she is stuck at work at the mayo hospital with no access and no radio at all.....

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are they done?

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it is over...unfortunately i could not record it...anyone out there get it??sparkie

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looking forward to seeing all the philly folks - i will keep my eye out for
the shy english guy with the sheep near the box office around 7-7:30. he
may seem to be the focal point for various people in similar pursuit:  jean
and beth, lynne and jordan, diane, others? and me - i have medium length
brown hair, medium height, light colored jeans, and i'll look like i'm
scanning for the rest of you...

see ya tonight!

-susan

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dito, i too am interested in a boot of this.

traci d.

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today (friday), the san jose mercury news had not one, but two, photos
of the girls! one was of their recent pro-fm appearance in congress,
along with a brief story. the other was an ad for the fat fry in aptos.
just thought i would share.

a similar story is on their website at:
http://www.mercurycenter.com/premium/nation/docs/people09.htm

--------
singing out against legislation

in a setting more like ''mtv unplugged'' than a capitol hill news
conference, the folk duo the indigo girls used their music to encourage
lawmakers to allow more fm radio stations.

earlier this year, the federal communications commission ordered the
creation of hundreds of low-power mini-radio stations to give local
groups more access to the airwaves. but the house has passed
legislation that would scale back the fcc's action. and a bill pending
in the senate would reverse the fcc's decision.

the indigo girls, who appeared thursday at a news conference, said the
low-power stations would inject diversity into monochromatic airwaves.

amy ray said that when the indigo girls started out in 1985, radio was
full of independent voices and musical choices. ''now, we don't enjoy
that much commercial support at all,'' she said. ''we fight the big
guys wherever we can,'' said indigo girl emily saliers.

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hello friends,

hmmm, i got there late so i didn't get to meet anyone except that lynne and
jordan were standing in line for the $5 smoothies!  so, we talked a
bunch--at first, i was going by the food stands looking for familiar faces,
when i saw this 10-year-old kid with the come on now social t-shirt on.  i
passed him and turned and said, "jordan!"  and he looked at me like, "how
did you know my name?"  then i looked at the line and saw lynne with her
million mom march t-shirt (hi lynne and jordan!).  we talked about how we
were both emily people, our favorite album being swamp ophelia, her favorite
song "language or the kiss" (mine is "mystery", and lotk is a close second),
etc.  jordan's favorite song is "least complicated".

when i got there (i was late due to a stop to answer a page) rose was
singing her second song, and i didn't really get to sit down until her set
was already over.  i could hear the familiar chords of olga's birthday for
her last song.  the sound for the night was turned up way high (or my seat
was too near the speakers)--so when i heard her set it sounded like she had
a bit of a band backing her, but i might be mistaken (please clarify, neil,
jean, susan, or anyone).

sorry for the long prelogue. :)

spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz.  michael the lead
singer was jumping (bouncing a la jill certo), and for one of the songs he
asked us to jump with him.  he involved the audience alot--even pulling up
carrie to the stage to dance with him.  "all the freaky people are the
beautiful ones", or something to that effect.  he had dreads on, and a
wonderful vocal partner in mary harris (who was also on drums.).  cool
stuff.

amy and emily joined them on their fourth or fifth song and sang backup.
amy then, was in a navy t-shirt (that looked like it said, "curve" in the
middle of an orange oval, but i couldn't read it from the eighth row.) and
baggy black jeans.  emily wore the same thing for the night--an orange
t-shirt (with a white print of what looked like a wineglass that reminded me
of a menorrah), with an open striped orange-brown long-sleeve shirt (that
matched the pattern of amy's pants at the suffragette sessions in cincinnati
two summers ago), and what looked like navy pants.  amy changed into her
light blue cowboy-looking shirt with the sparkly beads and those pants that
look like plastic.

anyway, here is the setlist:
indigo girls at the mann music center, philadelphia, pa 6/9/2000

go
peace tonight
cedar tree (emily did a "joyful, joyful we adore thee" guitar solo)
trouble
land of canaan
least complicated
ozilline
soon to be nothing
romeo and juliet
get out the map
shed your skin
philosophy of loss
gone again
power of two
shame on you
midnight train to georgia
closer to fine

encore:
or - rose polenzani with the girls on backup
galileo

for some reason, it seemed like a shorter setlist tonight since they only
played about 70 minutes.  i was hoping for tangled up in blue, but maybe
some other ig concert. :)

amy made the same explanation about cedar tree as she had previously (an old
girlfriend, a song written for her about other people).  in introducing
least complicated, emily praised philly fans for their great job in singing
for the 1200 curfews live version.  we sure rocked house again.  woohoo!

i think this was the first night they did midnight train to georgia with
spearhead (i hadn't seen it on previous setlists) while on their summer shed
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tour 2000.  rose also shared the mike with amy in singing backup vocals for
this song.  i liked the different spin that mary harris and michael brought
to it.  and they lit up the crowd when it came to the train whistle part
(too cool).

this girl who was two rows' behind me, yelled "romeo and juliet", and no
way, guess what, the next song was r&j!!  amy smiled and jammed so well on
that song, making little melody variations.  it makes me laugh a little
remembering that.  after the song was done, amy thanked us for singing
along.

emily chatted a while about philosophy of loss.  she said she wrote it at a
time when she was angry at other christian churches for not allowing gays to
become priests, ministers, clergy, etc.  a girl maybe ten rows behind me
yelled, "bullshit, bullshit, bullshit", and emily pointed at her and said,
"right!" and we all laughed.  celebrating diversity.

i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone, then said,
"godspeed."  maybe it was that man that was on deathrow that she was so
fired up about last october.

the crowd was very reverent during "or".  it was nice.  hearing rose's voice
in an amphitheatre with that sound sent chills down my spine.

heh.  they do have new t-shirts.  a blue one with a target over the heart
area (left chest) and a red arrow with indigo girls on it.  another one had
an orange creamsicle with a bite in it saying, "indigo girls" "summer tour";
there was a light blue tanktop with a doll in front and indigo girls above
her head; also a black tee with a woman hitching a ride, and a "go" sign in
a circle--and on the back are the cities on the amphitheatre tour--indigo
girls and summer 2000 on it in gray and white; and the ever-present album
t-shirt, the woman harvesting grain t-shirt, and the black zipper front
hooded sweatshirt, along with another military olive green sweatshirt with
indigo girls on the front and come on now social on the back (lettering in
whitish color).  spearhead had a couple tees available, too.

please add anything else i missed (mandy, neil, jill, susan, jean, lynne,
andi, etc.).

still on this happy high from dancing to sys,
diane - jordan, they played both of your favorite songs--whoopee!! (the
other one is po2).
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i know i posted this yesterday, but.... i'm so jealous of everyone at the
show and could someone ***please*** contact me if they have a bootleg of
it.  thanks soooo much,

jared

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:o)

<<when i heard her set it sounded like she had a bit of a band backing her,
but i might be mistaken (please clarify, neil, jean, susan, or anyone).>>

nope :o)

<<spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz. cool stuff.>>

best opener the igs have ever had (that i've seen) - no question. much
better to have some talented funky collective to warm the crowd up than a
wishy-washy please-like-my-little-songs folk act. not that there's anything
wrong with the latter, but in huge places they tend to get ignored by a lot
of the audience.

<<amy and emily joined them on their fourth or fifth song and sang backup.>>

which really was not necessary musically, because we couldn't hear them -
they didn't add anything to the song. however, it did get the crowd on it's
feet and we were no longer the only three people in our section dancing.

<<i think this was the first night they did midnight train to georgia with
spearhead (i hadn't seen it on previous setlists) while on their summer shed
tour 2000.  rose also shared the mike with amy in singing backup vocals for
this song>>

...but they obviously didn't know the words. but it kicked anyway. i have no
idea why they didn't close with midnight train, because coming out
afterwards and doing the wimpy rose song just didn't keep the energy flowing
in the right direction, if you see what i mean.

<<mily chatted a while about philosophy of loss.  she said she wrote it at a
time when she was angry at other christian churches for not allowing gays to
become priests, ministers, clergy, etc.>>

she should become episcopalian - we have male/female straight/gay
everything. hey, we're even blessing same-sex
marriages-in-all-but-the-legal-sense at our church.
there's also one church i heard of (via utah phillips) that's doing a
no-fat, low calorie communion wafer. it's called i can't believe it's not
jesus :o)

<<i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone>>

mumia abu-jamal.
it's hard for me to get fired up over a guy when i'm convinced he did it -
in fact it turned me off the song - it's hard to get enthusiascitc. i think
the death penalty is totally wrong, but they picked the wrong poster boy for
it for me. he may not be as guilty as folks say he is, but he sure ain't as
innocent either. (watch, if he ever gets a new trial, as he confesses to
shooting daniel faulkner, claims he acted in self-defence, gets a reduction
to manslaughter and is released for time served to the jubilation of the
crowds who ignore their previous claims of a set-up...)
opinionated, moi?

<<please add anything else i missed (mandy, neil, jill, susan, jean, lynne,
andi, etc.).>>

did anyone mention the new cellist matt brubeck(?) ?
it was a cool show. i've seen better, i've seen worse...
got a chance to see lynne and jordan too, and hang out with other, non-list,
long-and-not-so-long-lost friends too.

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diane, neil, andi and "the other jill", it was so great to meet you all!!!!!
great review diane!! jordan and i had terrific (but a little hot) balcony
seats and we could see perfectly, especially with the binoculars. i know
amy's shirt during the warm up said "butchies" on it. emily had on a red
"michael's tavern" t-shirt on under her striped shirt. and how about miss em
getting down with her bad self wearing capri pants paired with combat
boots!! amy has looked thin since her surgery but i really noticed that
emily looks like she dropped 10-15 lbs. herself since i last saw her in
february. i guess her work out regime is paying off (wish i could say the
same for me!:-)
jordan sang himself hoarse and po2 moved me to tears since it is his
favorite and i'm such a lucky person to have such a great kid to share my
life with. jordan pronounced the concert as "awesome" and i agree! i liked
spearhead very much and midnight train was a highlight for me as well.
people were dancing so hard on the balcony that it swayed and gave jordan
and i the creeps a little bit! the mann is just the best place to see a
concert and it was a perfect night. diane's review was very accurate and i'm
so glad you made it back to harrisburg safely. diane, you'll never have to
attend another ig concert alone again in the philly area...next time we'll
get seats together ok? neil and andi it was so much fun to chat with you two
also! rock on all listees!!! i'm still on an ig high!!!
lynne
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> :o)
>
> <<when i heard her set it sounded like she had a bit of a band backing
her,
> but i might be mistaken (please clarify, neil, jean, susan, or anyone).>>
>
> nope :o)
>
> <<spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz. cool stuff.>>
>
> best opener the igs have ever had (that i've seen) - no question. much
> better to have some talented funky collective to warm the crowd up than a
> wishy-washy please-like-my-little-songs folk act. not that there's
anything
> wrong with the latter, but in huge places they tend to get ignored by a
lot
> of the audience.
>
> <<amy and emily joined them on their fourth or fifth song and sang
backup.>>
>
> which really was not necessary musically, because we couldn't hear them -
> they didn't add anything to the song. however, it did get the crowd on
it's
> feet and we were no longer the only three people in our section dancing.
>
> <<i think this was the first night they did midnight train to georgia with
> spearhead (i hadn't seen it on previous setlists) while on their summer
shed
> tour 2000.  rose also shared the mike with amy in singing backup vocals
for
> this song>>
>
> ...but they obviously didn't know the words. but it kicked anyway. i have
no
> idea why they didn't close with midnight train, because coming out
> afterwards and doing the wimpy rose song just didn't keep the energy
flowing
> in the right direction, if you see what i mean.
>
> <<mily chatted a while about philosophy of loss.  she said she wrote it at
a
> time when she was angry at other christian churches for not allowing gays
to
> become priests, ministers, clergy, etc.>>
>
> she should become episcopalian - we have male/female straight/gay
> everything. hey, we're even blessing same-sex
> marriages-in-all-but-the-legal-sense at our church.
> there's also one church i heard of (via utah phillips) that's doing a
> no-fat, low calorie communion wafer. it's called i can't believe it's not
> jesus :o)
>
> <<i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone>>
>
> mumia abu-jamal.
> it's hard for me to get fired up over a guy when i'm convinced he did it -
> in fact it turned me off the song - it's hard to get enthusiascitc. i
think
> the death penalty is totally wrong, but they picked the wrong poster boy
for
> it for me. he may not be as guilty as folks say he is, but he sure ain't
as
> innocent either. (watch, if he ever gets a new trial, as he confesses to
> shooting daniel faulkner, claims he acted in self-defence, gets a
reduction
> to manslaughter and is released for time served to the jubilation of the
> crowds who ignore their previous claims of a set-up...)
> opinionated, moi?
>
> <<please add anything else i missed (mandy, neil, jill, susan, jean,
lynne,
> andi, etc.).>>
>
> did anyone mention the new cellist matt brubeck(?) ?
> it was a cool show. i've seen better, i've seen worse...
> got a chance to see lynne and jordan too, and hang out with other,
non-list,
> long-and-not-so-long-lost friends too.
>
> @}--,--'---
>
> www.andineil.com
> :o)
>
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hello lovely listees. . .

i have a strange and crazy request for anybody in the boston area who's
going to the concert tonight. . .my friend meredith roman is going to be
at the show, too - and today is her 20th birthday! :-) so i was
wondering. . .is there anyone out there who would be willing to try and
find some way to let the girls know that it is her birthday? so they
could wish her a happy birthday, maybe? i know they've done special
things for people in the past, like playing po2 for people who have
wanted to propose to their girlfriends, so i thought, well, maybe. . .i
don't know, i wasn't sure if there'd be much of a chance that they would
do this, or that there'd be someone who was willing to try and figure
out some way to let them know, or anything. . .but i figured it was
worth a try! i know it would mean a lot to her. if anyone is willing to
try and help. . .please let me know! thanks for listening! :-)

love and music,
kristina :-)

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hey jean, we were sorta neighbors at the show (well, you were in row p, i was
in e). i probably saw you at one point:)

that show was amazing. absolutely amazing.....


xo
kisha

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hi y'all,
at
http://www.gigmania.com/contests.asp
there is a contest for central park tickets to ig and some other band for
those of you who live in the city.  there is also something about macy gray's
cd which is what brought me to the page.
:-)
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amy had on a butchies shirt, the same shirt i've been trying to buy for ages
but to no avail. i was envious of her:)

does anyone know if you can buy tickets the day of the summerstage show? i
didn't see anything about ticket purchases on the summerstage website.

xo
kisha

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in a message dated 6/10/00 1:46:11 am eastern daylight time,
barbarafrommn@webtv.net writes:

i have a favor to ask.  i'm having posting problems for the last two
weeks now, jen's been trying to contact the listserv but nobody's
getting back to her.  she keeps getting my messages back with error user
'served out"
indicating my account is closed, but when she issues the command to
resume "serve in"  she gets told my account is active.

do you have any helpful suggestions?  i usubscribed all last night, and
i resubscribed this mornin with no results.  i finally sent an email to
the listserv myself to demand that they contact me, and tell me what's
going on and why they're not responding to jen.

i'm just so frustrated!! can you hel p me out with some pointers, post
this to the list as nigc/or give me an addy ? or something?   maybe i
should try and ask jude shabry?

please excuse the tone of this letter,  it's just i'm tired of hassling
jen, and webtv  (btw, webtv
tech people say "nothng's wrong." so jen and i are in the imiddle   and
i think this situation is utterly ridiculous that the listerv has waited
for two weeks to help jen and i out  anyone who wants to respond (please
do) can email me privately.   >>

please contact barb not me.

thanks

jude :)

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i agree wholeheartedly- the philly concert was wonderful...but, i didn't get
a chance to boot it.  if anyone happened to boot it, could i possibly get a
copy? i'd be more than happy to work out a trade...

thanks so much!
peace and love and music,
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did anyone get a boot of this show? anyone? anyone?
bueller? frye? anyone at all?

*whine!*
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peace, love, and all things indigo,

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i just have to say that the philly concert was amazing!!!! my fave is still
syracuse this past october, but this was a close second. maybe it was just
that i was sharing the experience with 3 of my best friends, one of whom i
never get to see, but i had an amazing time.  so, if anyone got a boot of the
show, would you please let me know? i would love to get my little hands on a
copy.

to top off my wonderful nite, i got a pick!  it was the first time that i had
even attempted to, but sulli through one that went way over everyone's head,
and i just happened to blindly dive for the ground and got it.  did anyone
actually get a setlist?  maybe i just didn't wait around long enough, but i
didn't see them being given away.

oh, and if there's anyone on the list who was one of that group of five women
sitting in the center of the "circle" section, probably around row g or h,
dancing in the aisle to every song, my friends and i were sitting a few rows
behind you, and we decided that's how we wanted to be when we're 30ish- still
going to ig concerts together and enjoying every moment of it!

the only thing that would have made the nite better would have been if they
had played ghost or language or the kiss... ahh well :+)

love and laughter,
~kristen :+)

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well folks,
i'm putting the list on hold for two months while i jet off to europe to
learn about the spanish legal system. i hope you all have a great summer and
enjoy that summer shed tour!!! :)

megan

"we've got to learn to respect what we don't understand." - a.r.
"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is worth
your while." - e.s.

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date:         sun, 11 jun 2000 06:10:25 pdt
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just to let everyone know .....boston rocked!!!! i got there and met up with
a few listees at the seafood place (of course i was late) and then headed
over to the concert...i got my ticket and met andy (thank you so much for
the ticket [ya lurker]...lol) my curiousity got the best of me so i went up
to the ticket booth and asked what the best seats they had left for tomorrow
night were (6/11) and i got to amazing seats right up near the stage on the
end !!!wooohoooo

the setlist if you are wondering
trouble
gone again
virginia w.
shame on you
andy
compromise
get out the map
romeo and juliet
tangled up in blue (emily had to stop and confess she ripped off bob dylan
with lesat complicated..hehehe)
go
philosophy of loss
ozilline
power of two
chickenman
cold beer and remote control
shed yr skin
least complicated
kid fears
closer to fine
then they did one with rose -i'm not sure what it was (someone must know)
encore:
amy told us the 'story' (as she put it) of faye tucker
and then they went into galileo

it was great ...the girls wanted to know what was going on with the waether
here ...they said the did sound check in their bathing suits and as emily
said 'damn!' which amy replied 'its cold out!'

an awesome night and i am so pumped that tongiht i get to see them again and
with an amzing view.....

the whole place rocked and i cant even describe how incredible it is to see
them going to town on those guitars .....

well i guess thats it for now ...maybe i will fill ya in on tonights
performance too (6/11)
im in heaven still,
-jess
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in a message dated 6/11/00 9:12:31 am eastern daylight time,
bluekangaroo@hotmail.com writes:

<< just to let everyone know .....boston rocked!!!!  >>

yeah, it was an excellent setlist.  i'm so glad they played trouble, virginia
woolf (my favorite), shed your skin, and tangled up in blue.  i think amy's
performance on compromise was outstanding.  it kind of gets to your core
because she plays with so much intensity, like when she sings johnny
rottentale.
she had her cowboy hat on all night.  too cute!
i booted the show, but my new recorder is on trial and the bass sounds bad so
i can't offer it at this point.  i will try to fiddle with it and make
another attempt tonite.
such a great show!
rena

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low-power fm radio pushed for

by frederic j. frommer=
associated press writer=
           washington (ap) _ in a setting more like mtv unplugged than a
capitol hill news conference, the folk duo indigo girls used their
music to encourage lawmakers to allow more fm radio stations.
           earlier this year, the federal communications commission
ordered
the creation of hundreds of low-power mini-radio stations to give
local community groups, churches and schools more access to the
airwaves.
           but the house has passed legislation that would scale back the
fcc's action. and a bill pending in the senate, sponsored by sen.
judd gregg, r-n.h., would reverse the fcc's decision.
           the indigo girls, who appeared thursday with sens. john mccain,
r-ariz.; bob kerrey, d-neb.; paul wellstone, d-minn., and others at
a news conference, said the low-power stations would inject
diversity into monochromatic airwaves.
           amy ray said when the indigo girls started out in 1985, radio
was full of independent voices and myriad musical choices.
           ''now, we don't enjoy that much commercial support at all,''
she
said. ''it's really because the way radio is set up now, if you're
in, you're in, and if you're out, you're out.''
           ''we fight the big guys wherever we can,'' said fellow indigo
girl emily saliers.
           fitting the low-power theme, they played two songs with an
acoustic banjo and mandolin: ''get out the map,'' and ''ozilline.''
dozens of mostly young female congressional staffers whooped in
delight.
           the national association of broadcasters opposes the low-power
stations, saying they would add unacceptable interference on
already overcrowded radio bands.
           lawmakers at thursday's event called the broadcasters' argument
a transparent attempt to stifle any new choices.
           ''the issue of interference has been greatly exaggerated by
people afraid of a little competition,'' kerrey said.
           he and others took particular aim at national public radio,
which says the fcc has not resolved interference issues.
           ''npr has just sort of forgotten their roots,'' kerrey said. he
said that when he signed public radio into law as governor of
nebraska, commercial radio stations made the same arguments npr is
making today.
           while mccain promised to ''do our best to carry your message,''
he has introduced a bill that has low-power advocates worried. it
would allow full-power radio stations to sue low-power stations
that interfere with their signals, with the burden of proof on the
low-power stations.
           those provisions could scare away potential low-power
operators,
said cheryl leanza, deputy director of media access project, a
public interest law firm in washington that helped put together the
news conference.
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           on the net:
           media access project http://www.mediaaccess.org
           national association of broadcasters: http://www.nab.org
           mccain's bill is s 2518
           gregg's bill is s 2068


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hi philly concert folks,

i'm sorry i missed most of you! i was much later than planned (arrived at
8:15) due to my three hour stay on the lovely cross bronx "expressway"
leading to the george washington bridge in nyc. apparently, thousands of
people gather there in their cars on friday afternoons in the summer to
spend the entire afternoon together. hot, humid days are especially prized.
everyone plays games: see how long you can keep your tires rolling,
constantly changing lanes to whichever moves an inch or two, even as
everyone else does the same thing; see how close you can come to another
car without touching it, extra points if you do it while cutting someone
off with absolutely no warning; see how many cars you can prevent from
getting in between you and the car in front of you, extra points when it's
a limo, taxi, or an aggressive 18-wheeler; see how long you can stand it
behind a big old rattletrap truck that's blowing exhaust before you switch
to the abrupt-lane-change game; of course the old stand-by - see whose horn
is the loudest of all! the real pros were playing an even tougher game -
see how long you can keep your heater on since your radiator can't handle
idling for a couple of hours. i didn't have to do that, but i did have a
challenge for which i'm sure you'll all be sympathetic  - my tape player
broke so i had no access at all to ig (and singing) for all those hours
preceding the show. i gave myself extra points for that.

well, it was fun, but eventually i had to tear myself away and try to join
all of you on those green rolling hills with those pesky trees.  sorry i
didn't quite make it in time to find you...

next time! at least i know chances are good i'll get another try this in
the next year or so. i really would love to meet all of you!

i loved the show. your reviews are right on. i thought spearhead was great
- fabulous energy and cool music.  my only caveat there was that the sound
level was just a little bit too much for my ears. a few times i was more
aware of the physical discomfort than the real enjoyment of the music. just
a tad lower would have been great. i'm definitely looking forward to seeing
them again at the nyc concert though - if they haven't adjusted the level
down a bit i'll move around until it's comfortable - more room for dancing
anyway!.

amy and emily were fabulous as always! perfect sound level (hee) and so
much fun. the band was great - i thought matt (new cellist) was terrific!
watch him during shed your skin as he jams with the bass.

that's it for now. until next time, philly folks.

-susan

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my personal favorite parts of the show were kid fears, tangled up in
blue, least complicated, (maybe, as emily pointed out, i just like that
opening chord progression!) , faye tucker (amy did this little jumping
dancey thingy at the end that was so cute! and i just can't resist the
rhythm in that song!) and when amy went up to the mic and said, "it's
cold as hell here, y'all!"  i hope everyone else enjoyed it as much as i
did- their energy was fantastic, and the crowd was all psyched up from
pride- i had a fabulous time- much better than at lowell last year!

ruth

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hello all,
i'm afraid i deleted the message from the listee who is collecting recipes
for the ig cookbook project. if anyone still has it, could they please
forward me the info and the person's email address?
thanks,
michelle

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again .... boston rocked!!! lol

it was really great tonight i had great seats (anyone that was there there i
was the one in the purple and black zebra design cowboy hat)(i friggin love
that hat!!!) anyone i digress.....

michelle playeda great set and i really had a good time listening and
chillin to her ..... shes one of those people i would get a kick out of
sitting down and having coffee with....
then came spearhead which def helped deal with the cold ...i ended up in my
tshirt after dancing to them ... it was very cool

and then *sigh* the girls.... need i say more? (i will even tho it isnt
necessary) they joked a few times about how this was their summer tour even
tho it was very chilly... amy was wearing her red jacket with the white
stripes down the arms(i love that jacket)....and emily had on those capri
pants and army boots , let me tell ya i think shes the only person who can
pull it off and look damn good....

setlist:
peace tonight
gone again
trouble
land of canaan
love will come to you
chickenman
least complicated
go
soon to be nothing
romeo &juliet
get out the map
faye tucker
closer to fine
ozilline
midnihgt train to georgia (with spearhead)
shame on you
philosphy of loss
galileo

i really enjoyed them tonight because michelle & michael lorant jammed with
them at a few different spots and it gave it a very 'good old times feel'
(if you catch my drift)i really can say i thoroughly enjoyed both night but
i had a lot more emotion besides pure excitement tonight

i wish i could do this everyday ..just go see the girls ... maybe someday i
will hit the lottery and be able to spend my life trailing them down .... i
just feel this cleansing from the inside out everytime i see them. my
inspiration comes back full force and i begin to feel like a little kid,
optimistic and empowered, and a hunger to learn and do more .... altho for
me high school and childhood were not so long ago sometimes i have to remind
myself im 19 not 40.... and on nights like tonight i feel like my eyes have
been reopened.....

ok im rambling dont want to waste bandwidth to explain or even try to
describe my love of the girls &their music. but boy if we could bottle up
what they seem to give us we would be richer than the prince of darkness
himself (bill gates) ...neil any ideas on how to market it? maybe you could
throw in vol. 5 as a bonus?

peace out-
-jess

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alalalalalallalalalalaal sheeeeeee-yio!! if this gets
through great!! i'm back!!


peace
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i think i've finally found a way to post just until
jen gets things straightened out with my webtv account
and the listserv. i'm hoping i can keep ths new user
name without having to change my whole webtv. address
jen (lucero?) what do you say?

just so you know  i'm trying to get together a
listmeet for june23rd, (just btw does anybody have any
tickets to trade?  i've got a really good seat, (row g
seat 7) i'm looking to trade seats june 23rd i would
like to get snapshots of the girls and try to get
myself some buttons made.

does anyone think it's high time ig put their pictures
on a button?  it's just a personal project for myself)
maybe i can move or something at the show.

but  i would really like to have a listmeet!

what do you all say?

peace
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i only said nigc because when i sent it that's what i thought it was.  what can you say? i've been up trying to figure out how to do this new yahoo address you know?  it's5:00a.m. and i have not gone to bed. but i am now. peacebarb


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>>the sound for the night was turned up way high (or my seat was too
near the speakers)<<

no, the sound was too high <g> i was deaf by the time we left :)

>> spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz.<<

spearhead was great.  the best opening act i have ever seen for them.
(now, i have only seen rose open for them on this tour, and i have
never seen the butchies so maybe my experience is limited).  i really
enjoyed them... gonna buy their album!

>> for some reason, it seemed like a shorter setlist tonight since they
only played about 70 minutes.<<

it was shorter, i think because they had both rose and spearhead
opening for them.  but for all that we still didn't get out of their
until almost midnight, so who can complain?  :)

>>a girl maybe ten rows behind me yelled, "bullshit, bullshit,
bullshit", and emily pointed at her and said, "right!" and we all
laughed.  celebrating diversity.<<

ig fan people observation note for the night:  that woman was sitting
right next to me.  we never talked, but she was a great fan to sit next
to... dancing, singing, really into the whole concert experience.  her
girlfriend that was with her was really cute too, she kept pulling on
her shirt and telling her to sit down during the slow songs... they
were a cute couple.

>> i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone, then
said, "godspeed."  maybe it was that man that was on deathrow that she
was so fired up about last october.<<

yeah, mumia... well, i'm not convinced that he's innocent, but i am
verty against the death penalty so i'm torn on this one... alas.  in
any event, he does deserve a fair trial, guilty or innocent, and we
don't have the right to put him to death.  just my 2 cents.

>> the crowd was very reverent during "or".  it was nice.<<

no, actually, it wasn't.  a woman about 10 rows in front of me was
yelling "get the hell off the stage" and similar things all during
"or".  i'm not a huge rose fan myself, but i would never be that rude
and disrespectful.

all and all though, it was a great night of music, dancing, and fun.
the girls were in good form and i really enjoyed hearing the band
again.  i like this band a lot.  though i don't think this new cello
player is as good as the woman they had out on tour with them the first
time around... ah well.

on a side note: my girlfriend, beth, wanted to get some ig dog tags
this time, but they were no longer available.  if anone has an extra
set of dog tages they don't want, we'll buy em!  thanks!

cheers,

jean
--- diane wong <arle@hotmail.com> wrote:
> hello friends,
>
> hmmm, i got there late so i didn't get to meet anyone except that
> lynne and
> jordan were standing in line for the $5 smoothies!  so, we talked a
> bunch--at first, i was going by the food stands looking for familiar
> faces,
> when i saw this 10-year-old kid with the come on now social t-shirt
> on.  i
> passed him and turned and said, "jordan!"  and he looked at me like,
> "how
> did you know my name?"  then i looked at the line and saw lynne with
> her
> million mom march t-shirt (hi lynne and jordan!).  we talked about
> how we
> were both emily people, our favorite album being swamp ophelia, her
> favorite
> song "language or the kiss" (mine is "mystery", and lotk is a close
> second),
> etc.  jordan's favorite song is "least complicated".
>
> when i got there (i was late due to a stop to answer a page) rose was
> singing her second song, and i didn't really get to sit down until
> her set
> was already over.  i could hear the familiar chords of olga's
> birthday for
> her last song.  the sound for the night was turned up way high (or my
> seat
> was too near the speakers)--so when i heard her set it sounded like
> she had
> a bit of a band backing her, but i might be mistaken (please clarify,
> neil,
> jean, susan, or anyone).
>
> sorry for the long prelogue. :)
>
> spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz.  michael the
> lead
> singer was jumping (bouncing a la jill certo), and for one of the
> songs he
> asked us to jump with him.  he involved the audience alot--even
> pulling up
> carrie to the stage to dance with him.  "all the freaky people are
> the
> beautiful ones", or something to that effect.  he had dreads on, and
> a
> wonderful vocal partner in mary harris (who was also on drums.).
> cool
> stuff.
>
> amy and emily joined them on their fourth or fifth song and sang
> backup.
> amy then, was in a navy t-shirt (that looked like it said, "curve" in
> the
> middle of an orange oval, but i couldn't read it from the eighth
> row.) and
> baggy black jeans.  emily wore the same thing for the night--an
> orange
> t-shirt (with a white print of what looked like a wineglass that
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> reminded me
> of a menorrah), with an open striped orange-brown long-sleeve shirt
> (that
> matched the pattern of amy's pants at the suffragette sessions in
> cincinnati
> two summers ago), and what looked like navy pants.  amy changed into
> her
> light blue cowboy-looking shirt with the sparkly beads and those
> pants that
> look like plastic.
>
> anyway, here is the setlist:
> indigo girls at the mann music center, philadelphia, pa 6/9/2000
>
> go
> peace tonight
> cedar tree (emily did a "joyful, joyful we adore thee" guitar solo)
> trouble
> land of canaan
> least complicated
> ozilline
> soon to be nothing
> romeo and juliet
> get out the map
> shed your skin
> philosophy of loss
> gone again
> power of two
> shame on you
> midnight train to georgia
> closer to fine
>
> encore:
> or - rose polenzani with the girls on backup
> galileo
>
> for some reason, it seemed like a shorter setlist tonight since they
> only
> played about 70 minutes.  i was hoping for tangled up in blue, but
> maybe
> some other ig concert. :)
>
> amy made the same explanation about cedar tree as she had previously
> (an old
> girlfriend, a song written for her about other people).  in
> introducing
> least complicated, emily praised philly fans for their great job in
> singing
> for the 1200 curfews live version.  we sure rocked house again.
> woohoo!
>
> i think this was the first night they did midnight train to georgia
> with
> spearhead (i hadn't seen it on previous setlists) while on their
> summer shed
> tour 2000.  rose also shared the mike with amy in singing backup
> vocals for
> this song.  i liked the different spin that mary harris and michael
> brought
> to it.  and they lit up the crowd when it came to the train whistle
> part
> (too cool).
>
> this girl who was two rows' behind me, yelled "romeo and juliet", and
> no
> way, guess what, the next song was r&j!!  amy smiled and jammed so
> well on
> that song, making little melody variations.  it makes me laugh a
> little
> remembering that.  after the song was done, amy thanked us for
> singing
> along.
>
> emily chatted a while about philosophy of loss.  she said she wrote
> it at a
> time when she was angry at other christian churches for not allowing
> gays to
> become priests, ministers, clergy, etc.  a girl maybe ten rows behind
> me
> yelled, "bullshit, bullshit, bullshit", and emily pointed at her and
> said,
> "right!" and we all laughed.  celebrating diversity.
>
> i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone, then
> said,
> "godspeed."  maybe it was that man that was on deathrow that she was
> so
> fired up about last october.
>
> the crowd was very reverent during "or".  it was nice.  hearing
> rose's voice
> in an amphitheatre with that sound sent chills down my spine.
>
> heh.  they do have new t-shirts.  a blue one with a target over the
> heart
> area (left chest) and a red arrow with indigo girls on it.  another
> one had
> an orange creamsicle with a bite in it saying, "indigo girls" "summer
> tour";
> there was a light blue tanktop with a doll in front and indigo girls
> above
> her head; also a black tee with a woman hitching a ride, and a "go"
> sign in
> a circle--and on the back are the cities on the amphitheatre
> tour--indigo
> girls and summer 2000 on it in gray and white; and the ever-present
> album
> t-shirt, the woman harvesting grain t-shirt, and the black zipper
> front
> hooded sweatshirt, along with another military olive green sweatshirt
> with
> indigo girls on the front and come on now social on the back
> (lettering in
> whitish color).  spearhead had a couple tees available, too.
>
> please add anything else i missed (mandy, neil, jill, susan, jean,
> lynne,
> andi, etc.).
>
> still on this happy high from dancing to sys,
> diane - jordan, they played both of your favorite songs--whoopee!!
> (the
> other one is po2).
>
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frontiers newsmagazine
june 9, 2000
http://www.frontiersweb.co

courting catastrophe
thomas, scalia could reign supreme on high court if bush wins presidential
election

it sounds like one of those story problems they put on standardized math
tests: if there are three u.s. supreme court justices aged 70 or older and
a republican candidate is elected in 2000 to a four-year presidential term,
possibly multiplied by two, what do you get?

one likely result of that equation is chief justice clarence thomas,
according to a chilling new report by the people for the american way
foundation (pfawf).

"the next president may well get the chance to appoint two, three or even
four [justices]," the pfawf report states. "not only are three of the
justices 70 or older, but with court vacancies occurring, on average, once
every two years, and with none on the current court since 1994, we're
statistically overdue."

over the past several years, civil rights advocates have been watching with
increasing alarm as the existing ideological schisms on the high court have
hardened, particularly on cases that pit federal authority against states'
rights. in a growing number of key cases, such as its may 15 decision in
united states vs. morrison, which found a key part of the violence against
women act (vawa) of 1994 to be unconstitutional, conservatives on the court
have narrowly carried the day with 5-4 rulings.

in striking down a portion of the vawa that allowed rape victims to seek
civil redress against their attackers, the majority said congress exceeded
its authority under the u.s. commerce clause. a key constitutional basis
for many federal civil rights laws, the commerce clause has traditionally
been interpreted to allow congress to regulate any state activity that has
a "substantial effect" on interstate commerce, including noneconomic
activity that, in its cumulative effect, can have a considerable impact on
the nation's economy. in enacting the vawa, congress cited studies showing
that fears or experiences of violence deterred women "from traveling
interstate, from engaging in employment in interstate business, and from
transacting with business, and in places involved, in interstate commerce."

in its may ruling, however, the court majority said congress has been too
liberal in its use of the "substantial effect" standard. "gender-motivated
crimes of violence are not, in any sense of the phrase, economic activity,"
chief justice william rehnquist wrote for the majority. "we accordingly
reject the argument that congress may regulate noneconomic, violent
criminal conduct based solely on that conduct's aggregate effect on
interstate commerce."

the morrison decision has not only outraged women's groups, but has
concerned gay rights advocates, who fear the ruling will weaken prospects
for strengthening federal hate-crime laws.

as disappointing as some of the court's recent majority decisions have
been, things could have been far worse if such precedent-setting rulings
were regularly being written by thomas or his ultraconservative colleague,
justice antonin scalia, who were appointed by george bush and ronald
reagan, respectively. in morrison, for instance, thomas issued a
one-paragraph concurring opinion in which he urged the court to go further
by completely eliminating the "rootless and malleable" substantial effects
standard to prevent congress from "appropriating state police powers under
the guise of regulating commerce."

the new pfawf report, "courting disaster: how a scalia-thomas supreme court
would endanger our rights and freedoms," is the result of a six-month
examination of concurring and dissenting opinions by thomas and scalia. the
80-page report (which can be downloaded at
www.pfaw.org/justice/courtingdisaster.pdf) concludes that a scalia-thomas
majority on the court would overturn decades of established precedent,
sharply curtailing or abolishing rights and freedoms that many americans
have come to count on.

in their dissenting and concurring opinions, scalia and thomas have
indicated a desire to overturn roe vs. wade, thus ending abortion rights
and endangering other privacy-related rights. they have called for severe
limits to civil rights laws, arguing that the voting rights act shouldn't
apply to elections for state judges, that sex discrimination shouldn't
apply to jury selection and that disabled persons shouldn't be protected
from unnecessary institutionalization under the americans with disabilities
act. they support government-sponsored prayer at school events and would
even allow district lines to be drawn as to make one religious sect
dominant. they would also sharply reduce workers' rights by, for example,
eliminating protections against firing for such "offenses" as belonging to
the wrong political party.

"if the far right succeeds in remaking the court in the image of scalia and
thomas, the result would be a disaster for millions of americans," said
pfawf president ralph g. neas. "we want all americans to know that many
freedoms they take for granted are being eroded, or are protected by
fragile one- or two- vote majorities on the supreme court. we want them to
know that as a country we are courting constitutional catastrophe."

all but two of the nine current members of the supreme court were appointed
by republicans, with five of them being appointed during the reagan-bush
years. the septuagenarian justices are: nixon-appointee john paul stevens,
79, chief justice william rehnquist, 75, and sandra day o'connor, who will
turn 70 this year. in addition, ruth bader ginsburg, 67, a clinton
appointee, underwent colon cancer surgery last year.

of those four justices, stevens and ginsburg usually vote with the court's
most liberal block while rehnquist votes with the most conservative.
o'connor, considered a moderate, is increasingly voting with rehnquist in
cases like morrison, but has in the past disappointed hardcore
conservatives in key civil rights cases, such as the court's 1996 decision
striking down colorado's anti-gay amendment 2. "replacing justices stevens,
o'connor and/or ginsburg with ultra-right ideologues would mark a
180-degree change in the court's direction on many issues of fundamental
rights and liberties," the pfawf report states.

that is, of course, precisely the outcome the religious right has staked
its hopes upon in 2000. already, groups like the family research council
are lining up lists of the most ultraconservative candidates for the high
court. according to the pfawf, religious right leaders want to avoid the
disappointment of gop-appointed justices like anthony m. kennedy, who has
been a moderate swing voter similar to o'connor, and david souter, who,
like stevens, often places himself in the liberal column.

christian coalition founder pat robertson has used his "700 club" cable tv
broadcasts to rail at souter as a "stealth candidate" who "pulled the wool
over the eyes" of george bush when he was appointed in 1990. at the
coalition's annual road to victory conference last october,
then-presidential candidate gary bauer, vowed that conservatives won't
allow the mistakes of the past to be repeated. "seven of the nine supreme
court appointments there now were appointed by republican presidents,"
bauer said. "abortion ought to be over, gay rights ought to be blocked,
school prayer ought to be back already."

"the far right's rallying cry, 'no more souters,' is a not-so-subtle signal
that what they expect from any president they help elect is not just
conservative nominees, but activists for the ideological far right," the
pfawf report states. "they want more justices like scalia and thomas, who
they believe can be depended on to advance their ultra-right agenda."

texas gov. george w. bush, who relied heavily upon robertson for support in
his primary campaign, has vowed that there will be no "litmus test" for
judges if he beats vice president al gore in november's presidential
election. yet, according to pfawf, when asked at a gathering of religious
conservatives what sort of justices he would put on the high court, bush,
with a wink, identified two current members as being his ideals. their
names: clarence thomas and antonin scalia.

-tracy sypert

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is the summerstage show general admission?  does anybody have any suggestions on what time to get there, and what is the best way to get there?
cindy

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does anyone know?

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hey, i was wondering if anyone had a complete copy of the great woods show
from ppv in 97.. i taped it but unfortunately i didn't tape danielle's set at
the time and now i am kicking myself.. so does anyone have a copy with all of
danielle's set??

:) lisa

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according to the girls at chastain spearhead will opening all shows on this tour...there may however, be a 2nd opening act as well...d:)

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mark -
please forward to the big list - i'm working through a web browser and the exact address isn't subscribed.

i think spearhead is doing most of the tour.

i spoke to rose saturday night - i think she said she is opening only select dates - central park - red rocks - seattle - park city and maybe a couple other dates.

according to pollstar, kelly hogan.

mike r.

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stolen from the herald website:

http://www.bostonherald.com/entertainment/music/indi06122000.htm

rockin' indigo girls pump up the volume
by brett milano
monday, june 12, 2000


indigo girls, at fleetboston pavilion, boston, saturday and yesterday.

is the world ready for a heavy metal indigo girls? they got it during
chunks of saturday night's show - the first of two nights at the
fleetboston pavilion, which often found the eternally sensitive, usually
acoustic duo of amy ray and emily saliers slashing at electric guitars
like natural born rockers.

thanks in part to a new backup band, which includes ex-pretenders drummer
blair cunningham, this is easily the girls' loudest tour to date. even the
acoustic numbers came across with a swift kick.

they haven't lost the folk harmonies or the social conscience that made
their name back in the '80s. but this weekend's shows, taken largely from
last year's overlooked album ''come on now social,'' displayed a lyrical
depth and musical diversity that just wasn't there in the navel-gazing
days of ''kid fears'' and ''closer to fine.''

both of those oldies were played toward the end of saturday's show, and
became audience singalongs - on ''kid fears,'' fans in front sang the
harmony parts originally done by r.e.m.'s michael stipe.

more challenging was a new song done in the encore, ''faye tucker,'' about
the woman recently executed in texas. it began with ray singing in a howl,
and built to a sinister finale with saliers playing slide guitar against
an unlikely mix of cello, accordion and power drums.

another new touch was the drum-machine rhythm that powered ''come on over
now.'' when both girls played electric guitars on ''shame on you,'' you'd
think they'd spent their lives hanging out with the rolling
stones. and if you didn't already know they were from the south, they made
a point of saying ''thanks, y'all'' after each song.

the softer moments showed how well their voices blend: the night's cover
tunes, dire straits' ''romeo & juliet'' and bob dylan's ''tangled up in
blue,'' were familiar ones they'd played before, but they seemed more
attuned to the narrative twists in the dylan song. and the social
conscience came out when they made a few dedications in honor of gay pride
weekend. ''i look forward to the day when people can get past their
divisions and get back to the business of loving each other,'' saliers
announced. in the current pop climate, that kind of idealism may sound
hopelessly outdated. but on saturday night it made a lot of
sense.

singer/songwriter rose polenzani, a part-time bostonian who records for
ray's daemon label, opened with songs that were lovely on the surface, but
whose lyrics were full of dark and intriguing twists.

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personal note:  i wasn't at this show, but i went to last night's.  once i
manage to get a little more caffeinated, i'll post my thoughts. :)

kelly,
who thought spearhead was way too cool.

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i have two tickets that i can't use for the pine knobb show.  hh8-9.  i
believe they are in the center section.  i paid $35.00 each.  i'll sell
them for that price, and the cost of postage.
any takers?

kristen

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it sounds like that man didn't like the shows at all.  in fact it sounded
like he doesn't even like ig.  did anyone else get that feeling or am i just
reading too much into it?  i tend to do that you know.
:)
-mi rinda

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hi everyone,

    did anyone boot either of the boston shows from this weekend (especially
sunday)?  if you did could you please email me privately at
kboisclair@hotmail.com.   i would really appreciate it.
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does anyone know a good mailing list for k.d. lang that is the equivalent of this one? i want to be able to get heads up on when the tickets will go on sale for her upcoming tour dates.

thanks in advance!
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this is what happens when i am bored at work.  reprinted without
permission, of course!:

copyright boston globe newspaper jun 12, 2000


music review indigo girls with rose polenzani at: fleetboston
pavilion, saturday night. second show last night.

it should be easy to dismiss the folk-pop indigo girls as a been- there,
done-that duo that's just preaching to the converted after 10 years on the
scene. but that wouldn't do justice to the consistency of emily saliers
and amy ray's concerts, their commitment to the music and message, and to
their partnership.

in turn, the duo's recent disc "come on now social" is the strongest
indigos album since their 1989 major-label debut. it's eclectic, topical,
and especially rocking, and the same went for the indigos' spirited ride
with 4,900 chilled fans at the waterfront saturday, the first of two
nights at the fleetboston pavilion.

the crowd was even more diverse than usual for the atlanta-based duo,
whose "thanks, y'all" charm quickly found a welcoming response.

opening a cover of "tangled up in blue," saliers admitted to "ripping off
bob dylan" in the guitar chords of her own "least complicated" (which was
played later, supporting the point), but she reinterpreted dylan with a
bluesy detour, wailing like bonnie raitt.

that was a minor turn among the styles that rubbed shoulders during the
indigos' two-hour set. ray and saliers teamed to play electric guitars as
often as they did acoustic. at other times, they chimed on mandolin and
banjo, respectively, while their flexible four- piece band injected cello
and accordion textures, as well as a firm, rocking backbone.

the results ranged from the rootsy picking of a bluegrass-tinged "gone
again," crowd favorite "get out the map," and "ozilline" (a celebratory
strum about ray's grandmother), to the highest quotient of hard-rocking
tunes the duo has taken on tour. under her straw cowboy hat, ray lashed
away on a les paul guitar for the anthemic "shame on you" and new
"compromise" (kicked off with grunge-style bass from clare kenny). saliers
ignited the high licks of the r.e.m./ o positive-styled "go," the call to
arms that opens the new cd, while ray sang "raise your hands high" to the
glad-to-comply crowd. and they both bit into the raw, electric chording of
"shed your skin" over the big beats of ex-pretenders drummer blair
cunningham.

not that the indigos, who both studied religion in college and support
native american rights and the environment among their socio- political
causes, favored style over substance.

saliers saluted the weekend's gay-pride festivities in boston when she
introduced "philosophy of less," a tune echoing her frustration at
churches' failure to honor sexual diversity, and shared a resonant line in
"what you give up is what you gain." and in the encore, ray delivered a
swirling affirmation to foes of the death penalty in "faye tucker," about
the first woman executed in texas since the civil war. the tune's
appalachian-flavored jig was enriched by the cello of matt brubeck
(another son of the jazz legend) and the accordion of keyboardist carol
issacs.

that song also followed a cameo by saturday's opener, rose polenzani, who
sang her sweet, searching "or" with harmonies from saliers and ray (a sign
of the indigos' generosity, beyond the fact that polenzani records for
ray's daemon label). so it was interesting that ray prefaced "faye
tucker" with word that the group would follow the song with crowd-pleaser
"galileo."

after all, this was also a saturday-night rock show. and fans also reveled
in the back-to-debut nostalgia of set-closers "kid fears" (given a more
robust reading, with orchestration from both the band and singing
fans) and "closer to fine," done as an acoustic duo - until a pennywhistle
solo by issacs.

even while they have sonically broadened their palette, that last anthem
(even if overamplified for acoustic guitars) was a reminder that the
indigos can still sound best playing and harmonizing by themselves.


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date:         mon, 12 jun 2000 15:17:35 -0400
reply-to:     kelly fairbairn <fairbk@sage.edu>
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in case you were wondering, the author was:

paul robicheau globe correspondent

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date:         mon, 12 jun 2000 16:07:05 -0500
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if this gets through this is my last email address. i promise if this
works i won't post under another new address. i think however
that this will resolve my posting problems once
and for all

i hope i  haven't confused anyone  please do not use my yahoo email addy
(not shouting just reallllllly emphsizing>) i won't be
checking it so you will get no response

>from now on contact me at  ritesofpassage9@webtv.net

thanks
barb

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date:         mon, 12 jun 2000 19:05:13 -0400
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the real question is

did anyone get a good non distorted boot of the boston shows - preferrably
digital source?

(my rose p. boot is incomplete, but descent - i think my spearhead boot is
salvageable. folks - if you want to tape with a mini dosc - don't do it in
the front row...)

trying to remind myself the shows were incredible - except that every one
near me last night was so damn rude - at least if you are in the front at a
ga show the people aren't carrying conversations on...

oh - i do know of at least 1 digital boot - that probably came out really
good - but before you email me begging - i think the person is really busy -
if you can wait - i think it may pop up soon.

there are some great tapes of the first night.

will write some sort of review soon - have more important things - like
sleep to catch up on.

peace-
(did anyone else tape spearhead?)

mike r.

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date:         tue, 13 jun 2000 10:01:28 +1000
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hey folks,

this was sent to the news-only list but i'm forwarding it
instead since it's more appropriate for here instead.
please direct any replies to amy at fitamy@aol.com, not
to me...

-sherlyn

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from: fitamy@aol.com
date: sat, 10 jun 2000 22:51:38 edt
subject: my thoughts from wolf trap

hey y'all-

i know there were set list postings from wolf trap but i wanted to add a few
of my thoughts to them. i absolutely love the girls - i have seen 7 shows
this year (from fl to va to ga). they are great and wednesday night's show
was great too. it was really nice to see them with the band again and i have
always wanted to hear them play tangled up in blue. but i have a huge
complaint.

they have seven - count them seven studio albums with a wealth of great
material on each and every one of them why - o - why must they play the same
songs night after night. i didn't spend $42 on tickets for 2 nights at wolf
trap to see darn near identical set lists. i don't need to see "go",
"ozilline", "galileo", ctf, "least complicated", "shame on you", and "get out
the map" every night.

does anyone out there agree with me and share my frustration? i had to vent -
this has been bothering me for too long. hope everyone gets a chance to see
summer tour - although repetitive they sound great!

peace tonight,
amy

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hi there, i am looking for the following songs in mp3 if anyone has them!
can ya share?  i'll be glad to share what i do have if ya need anything!
thanks
rob
uncle john's band
up in smoke
devil's in our bones
clampdown (clash cover)
hard travelin
melissa

thanks!
rob

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mrs. fun

7/18 portland or naito plaza w/ indigo girls
7/19 eugene or venue tbd w/ indigo girls
7/21 sacramento ca memorial auditorium w/ indigo girls
7/22 berkeley ca greek theater w/ indigo girls
7/25 san diego ca humphrey's by the bay w/ indigo girls
7/27 hollywood ca house of blues w/ indigo girls

rose polenzani

7/09 morrison co red rocks amphitheatre
7/11 utah deer valley amphitheatre
7/13 vancouver bc venue tbd
7/14 seattle wa pier 62-63

michelle malone

6/23 minneapolis mn orpheum (opening for indigo girls) 7:30pm
6/24 sioux falls sd washington pavillion (opening for indigo girls) 7:30pm
6/25 duluth mn duluth ent. center (opening for indigo girls) 7:30pm
6/27 ames ia stevens auditorum (opening for indigo girls) 7:30pm
6/28 cedar rapids ia paramount theatre (opening for indigo girls) 7:30pm

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did anyone boot the june 8th show at wolftrap?  i may possibly consider
selling my soul to get that boot since i'll probably be able to hear my silly
self screaming on it.  that and it was a really rad show.  please let me know
if you've got it!  thanks!

olivia

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hey all,
        i can kind of see where you're coming from...we have tickets later this
month to see the ames and cedar rapids shows and at first i thought i would
rather see two shows at different points this summer for the chance of a
little more variety in their set list. but the back to back iowa dates
worked out best for my vacation time so i'm  hoping for at least a few
different songs each night. the nice thing is, i see they're playing least
complicated, romeo and juliet and tangled up in blue, which they really
weren't playing during the fall/winter dates (at least not when i saw them)
so i am very excited for the chance to hear these songs live, even it's
twice in as many nights.
        i also think each show has its own energy and vibe, even if the set lists
are very similar. this is going to depend on the crowd and how ig and the
band are feeling. and i've heard of examples where this can be a good or
bad thing. i read a post earlier from someone who had decent seats and was
surrounded by rude people...how on earth does this happen? they go to the
trouble to purchase the ticket...you'd think they'd want to enjoy the show.

        and my reserved little self is dancin at these next concerts, since it
might be a while til i get to see ig again. i felt a fool being the first
one in our section up and dancing at the st. louis show in december, but i
was soon joined by many so i'm hoping for the same kind of crowds in iowa.
        and did someone confirm for us that spearhead is an added opener on all
the summer dates, in addition to rose, michelle or mrs. fun...that should
be cool.
        i was driving home tonight listening to closer to fine and after a day of
rain, i saw the most beautiful double rainbow i've ever seen in my
life...had to stop and take some pictures!
michelle
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> from: sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
> to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> subject: fw: my thoughts from wolf trap
> date: monday, june 12, 2000 7:01 pm
>
> hey folks,
>
> this was sent to the news-only list but i'm forwarding it
> instead since it's more appropriate for here instead.
> please direct any replies to amy at fitamy@aol.com, not
> to me...
>
> -sherlyn
>
> ---------- forwarded message ----------
> from: fitamy@aol.com
> date: sat, 10 jun 2000 22:51:38 edt
> subject: my thoughts from wolf trap
>
> hey y'all-
>
> i know there were set list postings from wolf trap but i wanted to add a
few
> of my thoughts to them. i absolutely love the girls - i have seen 7 shows
> this year (from fl to va to ga). they are great and wednesday night's
show
> was great too. it was really nice to see them with the band again and i
have
> always wanted to hear them play tangled up in blue. but i have a huge
> complaint.
>
> they have seven - count them seven studio albums with a wealth of great
> material on each and every one of them why - o - why must they play the
same
> songs night after night. i didn't spend $42 on tickets for 2 nights at
wolf
> trap to see darn near identical set lists. i don't need to see "go",
> "ozilline", "galileo", ctf, "least complicated", "shame on you", and "get
out
> the map" every night.
>
> does anyone out there agree with me and share my frustration? i had to
vent -
> this has been bothering me for too long. hope everyone gets a chance to
see
> summer tour - although repetitive they sound great!
>
> peace tonight,
> amy
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reply-to:     tara lane <tara8595@yahoo.com>
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i too was at both wolftrap shows and i feel your pain
on the repetitiveness of setlists.  i could deal
without ever hearing kid fears live again - i'm sick
to death of it, and i would also love to hear some
other more obscure songs (n-i-s anyone?), but the
general public doesn't see 5-10 shows in a year like
some of us, and they have thousands of fans who maybe
get to see them once every few years, if they happen
to come to their hometown, and that is all.  think how
disappointed they'd be if they didn't get to hear the
big hits, or the singalongs during their one concert!
i think the two sets varied enough at wolftrap to keep
the diehards happy, i was just happy to get to see
them for two nights without having to drive 4-6 hours
between locations for once.  and finally getting to
see tangled up in blue was a thrill and worth the
whole trip for me.  now, if i can ever get to see
romeo & juliet, i'll be doing okay, since i haven't
seen amy do that since april '91.

-tara

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hardly ever get to hear, like romeo and juliet, fugitive, caramia, =
10,000 wars, etc.  i was also disappointed that we didn't get to hear =
'andy' or 'soon be to nothing'

but i guess they have their time constraints and everything...it is =
tough to criticize, i guess i just get greedy : )

oh well, i booted the show and posted one mp3 at my site (their version =
of 'power of two' with the piano part).  it was my first booting =
attempt, and i got too much of the crowd in there, but it isn't too bad =
a try.

take care y'all---
brian

web site:  http://brianclary.com
email :  brianclary@mindspring.com

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i would be interrested in finding out how i can get a backstage pass to
meet the girls june 23rd at the orpheum,  i'm also interrested in
obtaining a setlist from sulli  or someone there.
how do i do that?  i'd be interrested in a handbill too should i be so
lucky.  if you ave any ideas as to how i can i go about doing  any of
this, i would appreciate it.

i probably won't be getting a shirt but i collect keepsakes when they
come here.

thanks!
barb

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and i forgot to mention i  don't know who sulli is
and would not recognize her, without some sort of description.  is she a
band member,  a stage
/road manager or something? what does she look like?

thanks!
barb

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when i saw ig on the shaming of the sun tour, here in la at the greek
theatre, they played pretty much the same songs from sots both nights, but
the older song setlist was quite a bit different.  they played between 3 and
5 older songs the second nite that they didn't play the first night.
on the cons tour i saw them in san diego then in la, and again, the setlist
was somewhat different. just lucky i guess, unless they do something
different east of the rockies!

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i still haven't heard "sister"  live i hope they play tha when they come
to mpls.

peace
barb

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              plus a brief bit of cookbookitude
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        hey folksters - waaaay behind on email here, so bear with me...
first off, i'm traveling for a bit, and signing off the list in the
interim. i'll be back online on july 7th, so i think that makes sense for
the cookbook cutoff date. in the meantime, keep sending'em to my other
address (sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com) only 6 people have sent me stuff
so far, and i *know* we can do better than that. anything vegetarian will
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be happily accepted.
        now i blather about the friday show at the mann....


> <<spearhead was this reggae rap joy-a-thon with some jazz. cool stuff.>>
>
> best opener the igs have ever had (that i've seen) - no question.

        i cast my vote for shawn mullins, personally. i saw him as a
last-minute michelle replacement. i was disappointed not to see her, but i
thought he was fabulous and was bummed that radios didn't ever pay
attention to wonderful underground musicians like this one. (this was back
before lullaby had made it big). i got a big kick out of spearhead, and
while i take issue with michael franti (or anybody) calling america a
"police state" (a discussion for another forum, not this one) they're a
great opening band, one that can energize fans without requiring much of
an emotional or mental commitment from them. now i love rose, but that's
because i put in the effort to love ros, and not everybody's going to do
that. okay, i'll stop talking now.


> <<i think this was the first night they did midnight train to georgia with
> spearhead (i hadn't seen it on previous setlists)

        it was the first time. i watchedpart of soundcheck form behind
the back fence - though amy and emily were about 2 inches high i could
hear perfectly, andafter they played sister (which somehow didn't make the
final setlist... i felt so *abused*, so misled) emily asked one of the
stagehands to get the members of spearhead to come out on stage if they
wanted to learn mttg for that night.

> <<i think amy dedicated a song (early on in the set) to someone>>
>
> mumia abu-jamal.

        most likely prompted by the fact that it was mumia day in philly.
or so i assme, having passed by no fewer than three demnstrations/rallies
friday and saturday. not sure what i think about the politics, but it's
hell for foot traffic.


> did anyone mention the new cellist matt brubeck(?) ?
> it was a cool show. i've seen better, i've seen worse...

        right on. fun, polished, not inspired. because of the will of the
group withg which i attended the show, we were in the lawn seats, and i
was okay with that; it was a great concert to dance to. i was thrilled to
see cedar tree and shed your skin, and philosophy of loss was amazing. and
the rest was all very good. hell, i'm still looking forward to summerstage
tomorrow. i hope i have better luck seeing some of y'all there. i'll be
the one in the painfully orange t-shirt.
        mandy

        p.s. i was probably the only one to notice this, because it
rewquired that one be a) in the lawn seats and b) not watching the stage
during romeo and juliet (i know it's heresy, but i am *so tired* of
hearing that one) but there was a shooting star. a really bright one. i'll
let y'all know if my wish comes true any time soon. :)

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  one of my friends just told me that she can't come to the show tomorrow..
so... there's an extra ticket.. let me know if anyone wants it...

thanks
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central park is a crazy venue to try to have a listmeet, but hey, i am going to try it anyway.  i am meeting annamarie at the entrance to the show at 6 p.m.  i will be wearing a white t-shirt that says "revolution" over a woman symbol and jeans.  i am tall with short brown curly hair.  i might also be giving out candy, so it would be to your advantage to find me during the show.  either way, have fun!

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nutz. would have loved to see michelle again.

> -----original message-----
> rose polenzani
>
> 7/09 morrison co red rocks amphitheatre
> 7/11 utah deer valley amphitheatre
> 7/13 vancouver bc venue tbd
> 7/14 seattle wa pier 62-63

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barb,
i have been asking that question for a long time and never seem to get a
response.  if anyone out there has any ideas about how to get backstage
passes and decides to share their knowledge with us i would be thrilled and
forever indebted to you.
-mi rinda

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i would be interrested in finding out how i can get a backstage pass to
meet the girls june 23rd at the orpheum,  i'm also interrested in
obtaining a setlist from sulli  or someone there.
how do i do that?  i'd be interrested in a handbill too should i be so
lucky.  if you ave any ideas as to how i can i go about doing  any of
this, i would appreciate it.

i probably won't be getting a shirt but i collect keepsakes when they
come here.

thanks!
barb

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hkf's,

not sure if this is old news, but i put this info on my site and i assume
it's on sale now even though it doesn't say on their website.

07/11/00  park city, ut  deer valley
(801)467-8499 or
(800)888-8499 (local #)
http://www.deervalley.com/

that's it!  have fun tonight in nyc!!!

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in a message dated 6/13/00 9:46:20 am eastern daylight time,
mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com writes:

<< barb,
i have been asking that question for a long time and never seem to get a
response.  if anyone out there has any ideas about how to get backstage
passes and decides to share their knowledge with us i would be thrilled and
forever indebted to you.
-mi rinda >>


i think this is a good example of its not what you know but rather who you
know.   no offense no one answers you because there is no sure fire way on
how to get backstage so asking is kind of silly.   if you really want to be
backstage use your smarts, be creative and go for it.

indi

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on tue, 13 jun 2000 indigokat@aol.com wrote:

> how to get backstage so asking is kind of silly.   if you really want to be
> backstage use your smarts, be creative and go for it.
>

i would qualify this a little further. please try to remember that
backstage is private space for the artists, any artist.  if you cant
get back, dont push it, dont make a scene.  the security people arent
going to just say "oh it's just a really big fan".  they see a
threat to security.  some security folks are much nicer than others,
but remember that they are there to do their jobs.  i have seen
artists feel the need to retreat from fans because some havent
understood boundaries and caused problems.  i am not saying people on
this list would do that, but i would just ask that people remember
this sort of thing. there can be any number of reasons on any given
day when an artist is more or less accessible than some other day.
when an artist sees someone they dont know who doesnt have a pass,
it *can* be a scary situation even if the fan has all of the best
intentions. i would simply ask that people keep that in mind.

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i'm glad to hear that mrs. fun will be opening for the girls in sac and
berkeley! i got to see them last december in minneapolis and eau claire
and was really impressed! they had a fun little set - very upbeat! :)

just wanted to share! by the way, to anyone i'm making boots for right
now, i'm moving on thursday, so my computer will be down from tonight
through the weekend... it's been a really crazy few weeks. *sigh*

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>there can be any number of reasons on any given
>day when an artist is more or less accessible than some >other day.
>when an artist sees someone they dont know who doesnt >have a pass,
>it *can* be a scary situation even if the fan has all >of the best
>intentions. i would simply ask that people keep that in >mind.

i would never try to sneak backstage if i didn't have a pass which was why i
asked if there was any way to get one.  such as purchasing one.  sorry if it
was a "silly question" indi.  i will cease from asking.

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does anyone know if anyone other than spearhead is opening ???

i know the show is starting at 7pm ... does nyc have a curfew ???

i can't wait to see spearhead again ...

here's to hoping it doesn't rain !!!

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howdy!
thanks for the opener info! do we assume rose is opening for both seattle
nights? i don't mind rose, but i too would have loved to see michelle
again...and relive the 1997 pier show...sigh.
peace,
becky


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difficult but not impossible to get, depending on the
band's plans for an evening.  and as someone says,
it's not what but who you know that will get you in.
you have to think of who usually gets these passes and
become one of those people.  some ways that have
worked:  get to know the people at your local radio
station that plays their records, or volunteer at the
station as an intern.  i got to meet aerosmith because
i dated a dj once.  (it wasn't my reason for dating
him, but it was a nice benefit nonetheless.)  it's
been my experience that a lot of 'radio people' don't
really get into ig that much, so it's likely that
sometimes their comp passes go unused.  you could even
try calling the station and offering to buy them.
another way is to write for your local music mag -
every big city has one, it's the free one that sits in
the entranceway stack at bookstores, music stores, and
some restaurants and lists all the concerts in your
area for the next week or month.  this has been a good
way for me in the past to get passes and photo passes
for all kinds of shows, of course, you do have to
follow through and write the article or show review or
whatever.  another way, that i've known to work is
just word of mouth.  if you frequent your local girl
bar, then ask around if anyone knows ig, and you'll be
surprised at how many friends a&e have across the
country, here and there, who can get a pass for you.
now i have to admit, that the only time i ever got
backstage was by flirting with a bouncer at the door
of the boathouse back in '90, and it was a different
time then.  however, without passes, i've been able to
talk to them several times, just by being at the venue
when they arrive, or when they leave.  they're
sometimes happy about meeting you, they're sometimes
rushed, and sometimes they act put upon, because
they're human, and you catch them at a random moment
in the day without knowing what emotions they're
experiencing at a given time, so just be aware that
when you tell them how much they mean to you, and they
act like they've heard it a million times, don't take
it personally or anything - but you might catch them
on a good day when they're chatty, and that can be
memorable and fun.  every load-in i've ever been there
for, they arrived at 4pm.  every time i've caught them
after a show, it was after midnite, so keep that in
mind.  also know that amy won't leave the venue until
everything is packed up, so when the security people
tell you that they're already in the bus, don't
believe it.  once they're on the bus, it usually pulls
out within 5 or 10 minutes (only by my experience), so
if the bus has been there a while, they're probably
not on it.

now, after telling you all this stuff, don't abuse it.
don't chase the bus.  don't act like a dumbass.  they
are generally great to their fans and give way more
time to us than they need to, so don't invade the time
that should be theirs.  once you've had your moment of
happiness getting your autograph and saying your
piece, or asking your question, let them go, unless
they initiate further conversation.

i'll hop off my little preachy soapbox now.

-tara

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in a message dated 6/13/00 10:46:42 am eastern daylight time,
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<< i would never try to sneak backstage if i didn't have a pass which was why
i
asked if there was any way to get one.  such as purchasing one.  sorry if it
was a "silly question" indi.  i will cease from asking. >>

no need to get snippy, but there is no line to buy backstage passes, if there
was then most everyone would be in it.  the only way i know how to get back
is to use your smarts.  and again there is no sure way of doing it.  the best
way to get backstage is to know somebody but then if you did then you would
know that already and wouldn't need us to tell you.

just fyi, getting backstage can be very anticlimactic.   it's not like they
will come up to you and engage you in conversation cause they are there
working.   if you talk to them you are most likely to just get a "thanks" or
a very simple response before they move on to what they need to do.

good luck to you

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in a message dated 6/12/00 7:31:50 pm central daylight time,
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<< hard travelin >>

is this an ig song or cover?  i've never heard of it?

thanks,

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i know the show is starting at 7pm ... does nyc have a curfew ???

i can't wait to see spearhead again ..."


i thought rose was opening for i.g. tonight.....any one know?=20

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   we are very pleased to announce the addition of leftover salmon to the
bill for the 14th annual  <a href="http://www.baysoft.net/prod+/jgarcia.html">
jerry garcia birthday bash</a> at <a href="http://www.sunshinedreams.com">suns
hine daydreams</a>  on 7/21-23 in terra alta west virginia.leftover will
close the show on sun 7/23 with 2 fats sets !!!
   other bands on the bill include ekoostik hookah (sat) vassar clemment
w/stir fried(sat),zen tricksters(sun) and a host of other great acts!!
this show will feature 4 days of camping and 3 days of music in the beautiful
hills of west virginia.as a bandwith tax i will offer 2 free tickets to the
first
person who contacts me by e mail. other cool shows at this venue include <a
href="http://www.batsoft.net/prod+/summersoul.html">summer soul 6/16 and 17</a
>  and  <a href="http://www.baysoft.net/prod+/sci.html">string cheese on 8/8
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due to awkward planning, i've ended up with two extra tickets for the ig
show in seattle on saturday, july 15, 2000.  i'm wanting to pass these
on to a happy home and recover the money i have in them, and nothing
more.

the tickets are all general admission (it's an outdoor venue), and they
have a face value of $33 on them.  the pair is yours for $60.

take some friends with you!  decide impulsively to attend both fri and
sat nights!  send them to intimate strangers in your neighborhood!
whatever your reason, take 'em off my hands so they can be put to use!

thanks for your help...

-graham

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>i have been asking that question for a long time and never seem to get >a response.

i would guess that the reason you haven't gotten a satisfactory response
is that there are few opportunities to get backstage, and if everyone
knew how, it'd be pretty crowded.  i imagine that the girls would
complain to their production manager who would subsequently increase
security.

just fyi, a friend and i talked our way backstage once and for all the
waiting around it was a little anticlimactic.  they had just finished a
long show and had to get on the bus to drive all night to their next
show.  they were tired and in a hurry but still cordial.  after they
signed our stuff, they walked out to the bus and signed stuff for people
waiting around after the show.  i would reccomend waiting by the bus to
get an autograph and say hi or thanks.  no pass is required, and the
girls have a choice of whether to sign autographs or get on the bus and
relax.  i've done this a lot and it's only worked once out of 8 shows.

really, the best way to see the girls is onstage when they're
performing.  if you want a close up & personal experience i would
reccommend buying the watershed and uptown lounge videos.  good luck!
sarah lee

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okay, so i'm trying to be spontaneous and pick up and go to the concert
tonight-'tis but a measely 4 hours away...but how can i get tickets to the
summerstage? anyone? i need 2-is it sold out??

little help from my friends!!
please reply asap if you can
thanks,
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both rose and spearhead will be opening tonight. yay!!!

kisha (who's also praying for no rain)

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i love spearhead, but (ducking) can do without seeing rose again .... she did
not impress me at all ... plus that means less playing time for the girls
again like in philly the other night ...

does anyone know if central park/summerstage has a curfew ... would hate to
see the girls cut short ..

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check out this ebay auction for the pine knolls
(clarkston, mi) show.  first $75.00 bid gets it.
http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=357074282

:)carrie

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here's the link to the article that mentions it:

http://www.bergen.com:80/previews/indigo09200006092.htm

bon

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i just returned from spending a wonderful weekend in boston and met a lot
of baigls.  the idea of a regional list is really great.  i was just
wondering if there is such a thing for the midwest.  it would be so
fun!  if there isn't one, i'll start it.  so....let me know 1) if there is
one and if so how to join it 2) if you would be interested in joining 3)
what a good acronym would be

thanks!

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what's this about a new compilaion career retrospective?  a new album
would be great,
however i haven't seen any of their music videos since live from
greatwoods.  i  loved
their shame on you video but since it was tacked on at the very end of
live from greatwoods,  you could see half in full view
and the second half next to the credits.

i don't get cabletv, and besides that it would
be to have a follow-up on the watershed documentary.  if anyone wold be
willng to copy
their ig videos since  watershed i would be willing to supply the
postage and vhs cassette.
or work out a trade.

peace
barb

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personally i would die to have a converstation with the girls, but i think
we really need respect their privacy and their space.  they give us so much
on the stage, i know if i was them i would just want to veg afterwards.  but
if there's ever a situation where you could get backstage without violating
anyone's privacy, go for it.  of course no insight here, just rambling

"the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
place'"--vw--es
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hey y'all~
    anyone know when ig will be in boston (or near boston, or nh for that
matter) any time soon? i missed them last weekend because of (argh!)
graduation.
peace
~alyssa

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hi all,

so this is going to be a "greatest hits" collection
with a few new songs?  in the same vein as mcc's
"party doll".  personally i hate these types of
collections.  i'm a simple girl, give me a definitive
greatest hits/boxed set or give me a new album.  i'm a
fan, i have all the albums, and i wouldn't buy a
greatest hits album from the girls (though a greatest
hits album is a great idea for new or lower intensity
fans).  but, since i want to hear their new material,
i'll have to buy this collection.  by the same token,
new fans will get an even more limited view of the
girls career than they would from an "old material
only" greatest hits package.  by this statement i mean
that it is already a stretch to sum up an artist's
career in 12 songs and still do that artist justice.
i don't know how summing it up in 8 songs helps
anything.  now i'm guessing at those numbers but you
can still see my point right?  my point is that yes,
an artist sells more albums this way, but neither old,
new, big, or little fans get what they want.
anyway...yippee....new material!

later,
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> personally i hate these types of collections.  i'm a simple girl, give
> me a definitive greatest hits/boxed set or give me a new album.

   therein lies the catch: somebody who's looking for an introduction to
the band will immediately run to their greatest hits album.  the hardcore
fan will buy because they want the new songs.  and they said that record
execs were stupid...
   i'm far more peeved about what was done with stevie ray vaughan's
catalog.  a blues follower my entire life, i discovered srv about the time
i discovered the guitar, at age 16, promptly buying all the records.  last
year, for the anniversary of his death, they rereleased a remastered back
catalog, which is great, but then stuck an extra track or two on each
album, meaning to get those unreleased tracks, i would have to repurchase
every album.

> my point is that yes, an artist sells more albums this way, but neither
> old, new, big, or little fans get what they want.

   as for greatest hits collections, i'm hit and miss -- harry chapin's
"greatest stories live" is quite possibly his definitive work, to the
point where studio versions of the song leave me unfulfilled.  with
"timepieces" and "blues", my clapton collection feels pretty
complete.
   but where did we go wrong with springsteen's "greatest hits"?  i bought
it for the new e street tracks which were phenomenal, but come on - "human
touch?"  i think when you have performers like springsteen who make very
cohesive albums along a certain theme, taking those tracks out and
slapping them together doesn't necessarily work well.  (broocenuts: heard
the two new songs yet?  i have...  :p )
   now let's talk about pointless and evil: did you know that "outside
looking in", the gin blossoms collection, was done without the knowledge
of the band, and when robin wilson tried to persuade them to use some of
their live/rare stuff, they would have nothing of it?  ick.

   surely, nobody here would be caught guilty of judging anything before
they heard it, but at the same time, there's a big historical precedent
for both good and ill.  if it's done right, it'll be a great introduction
to the world of ig, giving the casual listener a great place to start.

   darius

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<<so this is going to be a "greatest hits" collection with a few
new songs?  in the same vein as mcc's "party doll".>>

actually i thought party doll was kinda cool because it only had
a few (5?) album versions with the rest of the 'hits' otherwise
unreleased.

<< but, since i want to hear their new material, i'll have to
buy this collection... my point is that yes, an artist sells
more albums this way, but neither old, new, big, or little fans
get what they want.>>

welcome to marketing for major labels 101.

<<i mean that it is already a stretch to sum up an artist's
career in 12 songs and still do that artist justice. i don't
know how summing it up in 8 songs helps anything.  now i'm
guessing at those numbers but you can still see my point right?>>

absolutely. i reckon they could fit 16-18 tracks on quite
comfortably. say four new tracks, which will in all probability
include a couple of leftovers like winthrop and chiapas bound.
which leaves 12-14 old tracks.

so removing my personal preferences and just taking the first
two singles from each album (ignoring strange fire). from this
overview you get these twelve tracks:

closer to fine
land of canaan
hammer and a nail
watershed
galileo
joking
touch me fall
least complicated
shame on you
get out the map
peace tonight
go

plus kid fears (because of michael stipe) and ghost (just
because) if there's room.

what's missing?
power of two, shed your skin, three hits, uncle john's band.

so i would guess that if amy and emily have anything to do with
it it would be a two disc set (remember the euro/australian
release 4.5 did a fairly decent job with about 4 track each from
the first four albums) with a smattering of new tunes, live
favourites and compilation appearances.

discuss.

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maybe they should sell 2 different albums, one all amy songs, and one
all emily songs ;)

hey folks, maybe some of you remember me from the ol' #indigo-girls
(and the older #maniax) days...

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i was asked to forward the following information on regarding the whole
process of 'obtaining' backstage passes "illegally".     if you would like to
respond in private, i will forward it to the appropriate person (who is not
on the list, but has heard of this topic), but please let's try to respect
their privacy and their need for 'offstage' time.

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one thing to pass on is the fact that "backstage" differs depending upon
several factors. there can be industry events, meet and greets with radio
and store people and/or contest winners. these usually occur just prior to
and just after a new release. then, there can be an event for contest
winners for a radio promotion. they get shuffled back for a quick hello and
autograph, then out.

also, there are catered backstage happenings for family and friends or a
special occasion, although these are rare. they usually occur in atlanta.

usually, the people backstage, if any, are friends or folks who work for the
girls in some capacity. the friends are there to catch up and spend a little
time with one or both of the girls. it's tough when your friends are always
away from home. the vibe is casual and familiar. if you sneak back on such a
night, you'll find yourself quickly out the gate because one of the crew or
friends will ask, "who's that?"

another thing to consider is that all backstage is not the same. there's
usually a general space for backstage/aftershow and an additional, more
private area either near or part of the artist dressing room. not everyone
backstage goes everywhere. there are restrictions because there have to be.
just like anyone, musicians need some privacy.

i've seen fans do all sorts of crazy things to get backstage, even bribe
security guards. the sleazy ones will take a bribe from time to time and
those fans will get their sought-after aftershow pass. however, the other
folks backstage generally know who's who and such fans quickly stand out.
i've seen both the girls bolt for more private space after run-ins with
these over-zealous fans.

i've also seen these fans be escorted right out, bribed pass and all, by a
more scrupulous security team member or management.

it's not worth it.

there are opportunities to meet the girls every once in a while. otherwise,
it's best to enjoy the show and any chance encounters you may have. they're
just people. talented people, but human nonetheless. if you met them on a
bad day, you might be highly disappointed.

that is all.

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<<but where did we go wrong with springsteen's "greatest hits"?>>

or worse, the 'tracks' 4cd box set o'rarities, and then the '18
tracks' sampler of said set that included 2 or 3 exclusive
tracks. you can see why napster is so popular.

this is the same record label that did the rather-good-value-for-
a-greatest-hits mary chapin carpenter 'party doll' that i spoke
of in my last message

and, indeed, the indigo girls' label...

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ok can i be the dissenting opinion  of those who have written already about the
boston shows and say that i couldn't stand spear head?

i'll admit i'm a bit closeminded on some things. my friend who attended with
me can attest that i sat there, pissed as hell, in stony silence. i don't go
to an indigo girls concert to hear someone talking along (not singing) to obnoxious
tunes and jumping around on the stage like a jack in the box. plus
the little cop wanna be in me shut down totally over the story of performing
for the kids in the juvenile detention center. ummmm sorry! do we really think
its an acceptable thing to be rewarding kids in jail with a free concert brought
right to them? is this supposed to be punishment? how many
kids who are doing good things, going to school and staying drug/alcohol free
and plodding along day to day without a pot to piss in ever get to see a concert?
ummmm lemme guess.......rewarding criminals only encourages them
to stay criminals.

i will admit the only bit of their "performance" that i enjoyed was the midnight
train to georgia - but (ohmigosh) they actually sang !!! the drummer / singer
had an awesome voice, i will give her that. i thought maybe though emily looked
a little miffed at "losing" her lead part in that song?
or am i just bitter???

anyway. i'm still trying to figure out who to write a letter to to complain
about the debacle called spearhead being included.  i know it won't matter a
hoot to who i write to but it will make me feel better.


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>anyway. i'm still trying to figure out who to write a letter to to
> >complain about the debacle called spearhead being included.  i know it
> >won't matter a hoot to who i write to but it will make me feel better.

it's my understanding that amy and emily like spearhead. so i guess you
might want to start with them. :)

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hey folks,

here's the article bonster mentioned...

-sherlyn


---begin article---
winds of change, new shades of indigo

friday, june 9, 2000

music preview

indigo girls: with spearhead and rose polenzani. 6:30 p.m.
tuesday. central park summerstage, 72nd
street and fifth avenue, manhattan. $28.50. (212) 360-cpss.

by ed condran
special to the record

when the indigo girls were discussing the direction the duo
would follow in crafting its latest album, "come on now
social," vocalist-guitarist emily saliers decided it was
time for a change.

"if not for the both of us, at least for myself," saliers
said during a recent telephone interview from her atlanta
home.  "i had to challenge myself again. for too long, i
would write ballads and pop songs since they come so easily
for me. but this time i wanted to write some rock songs; i
love harder music, but it just isn't as easy for me to write
in that style. but this time i decided to push myself, write
on the electric guitar, and see what would happen."

based on the album, saliers is capable of writing more than
catchy, sensitive acoustic numbers. her hook-laden and
crunchy "trouble" is one of the best songs on "come on now
social." that's high praise considering that saliers'
partner, vocalist-guitarist amy ray, has a knack for writing
visceral rock numbers.

"if you write a rock song as an indigo girl, there's a high
standard you have to maintain," saliers said. "amy writes
great rock tunes. this time she blew me away with songs like
'go' and 'compromise.' she clearly knows what she's doing
with a rock song. i learned so much about it by just being
around her."

"come on now social" is not filled withraveups; the duo's
familiar harmony-laden ballads and appalachian-flavored folk
songs are represented as well.

"we're all still about variety," saliers said. "we have to
give our fans a little bit of everything."

after a fall tour of sold-out theater shows, they are
embarking on the last leg of their "social" jaunt.

"we love the big summer tour," saliers said. "we love playing
outdoors. there's such a good, loose vibe at these type of
shows. that's always been our kind of atmosphere."

saliers and ray are performing with a new band. "it's the
first time in eight years we're out with different musicians
and it makes such a difference," saliers said. "change is
always good. that goes for songwriting or who you play with."

the indigos, who perform tuesday at central park's
summerstage in manhattan, are planning their next album, much
of which returns to the folk-acoustic sound.

"quite a few songs have already been written and it's evident
that's the direction we're going in," saliers said. "we
certainly love writing those type of songs."

according to saliers, a few of those new tunes may even be
previewed during the current tour.

"amy is always apt to showcase some of her songs while she's
working on them," saliers said. "we'll just have to see what
happens during sound check."

also in the works for the duo is a career retrospective,
which should be in record stores in october.

"we're due for a compilation," saliers said. "the good thing
is that you're expected to throw some new songs onto this
kind of an album, and we're all for putting out new songs. so
there's going to be a healthy dose of new stuff from us."

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i think an ep would be better, like tori amos did with "crucify" or the one
sinead o'connor did a couple of years ago.

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ah neil
you forget..... you forget we have amy's word from the 12:00 curfews booklet
in the cd case (the name for that escapes me) that land of canaan would not
be on any more of their albums to quote ms.ray:

"this song has been on more indigo albums than any other song we've
written.i'm not sure why its on this album...but i promise its the last
one."

plus you never know with them they may very well throw us a few curve balls
(sorry espn is on in the background for some odd reason) anyway all im
saying is maybe we should wait and be pleasantly suprised by whats on it
..... i always like to be able to say "what indigo mood am i in today" and
having more options is always a good thing ....
just my opinion
-jess

absolutely. i reckon they could fit 16-18 tracks on quite
comfortably. say four new tracks, which will in all probability
include a couple of leftovers like winthrop and chiapas bound.
which leaves 12-14 old tracks.

so removing my personal preferences and just taking the first
two singles from each album (ignoring strange fire). from this
overview you get these twelve tracks:

closer to fine
land of canaan
hammer and a nail
watershed
galileo
joking
touch me fall
least complicated
shame on you
get out the map
peace tonight
go

plus kid fears (because of michael stipe) and ghost (just
because) if there's room.

what's missing?
power of two, shed your skin, three hits, uncle john's band.


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just a few thoughts about the latest threads....
first of all, it's great to be back on this list, especially since
conversation about the girls and the summer tour is beginning to heat up.
i'm seeing the girls on thursday, and i was wondering if spearhead will still
be opening?  i heard some things about various concerts but nothing specific
about this weeks concert.  i'd like to see them so that i could understand
the controversy.
    are the girls doing a meet and greet for this tour?  how could i find out
if they are for the show i'm going to ?
    does anyone have the girls doing uncle john's band?  i'd like a copy; if
someone could direct me where to find this i'd appreciate it.
thanks....
mary

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hey...

<<ok can i be the dissenting opinion  of those who have written already
about the boston shows and say that i couldn't stand spear head?>>

sure, we'll let you. you can't like all music, it's just the way it goes.
but i'm gonna have a little fun all the same...

<<i'll admit i'm a bit closeminded on some things. my friend who attended
with me can attest that i sat there, pissed as hell, in stony silence.>>

if only people who didn't care for rose did the same.
i'd have walked out myself. i did with three finger cowboy (very loud does
not equal very good).

<<i don't go to an indigo girls concert to hear someone talking along (not
singing) to obnoxious tunes and jumping around on the stage like a jack in
the box.>>

no, you go to an indigo girls concert to see the indigo girls. the support
act is an added bonus. or not, in this case.

oh, and they did sing. there was lots o'melody.

<<plus the little cop wanna be in me shut down totally over the story of
performing for the kids in the juvenile detention center. ummmm sorry! do we
really think its an acceptable thing to be rewarding kids in jail with a
free concert brought
right to them? is this supposed to be punishment?>>

punishment and rehabilitation. music is a powerful therapy.

johnny cash played prisons and had hit records of the recordings. as did
b.b. king. that's not a justification, it's an example of how this is not a
radical new idea.

<<how many kids who are doing good things, going to school and staying
drug/alcohol free and plodding along day to day without a pot to piss in
ever get to see a concert?>>

the ones that the indigo girls played for a year or so ago?
jewel started out by touring high schools... i'm sure many other artists do
the same...

<<ummmm lemme guess.......rewarding criminals only encourages them to stay
criminals.>>

i'm sure getting the free concert more than made up for their lost months of
liberty.

<<i thought maybe though emily looked a little miffed at "losing" her lead
part in that song? or am i just bitter???>>

bitter.

<<anyway. i'm still trying to figure out who to write a letter to to
complain about the debacle called spearhead being included.  i know it won't
matter a hoot to who i write to but it will make me feel better.

>it's my understanding that amy and emily like spearhead. so i guess you
>might want to start with them. :)>>

can't argue with that.

:o)

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> i think an ep would be better, like tori amos did with "crucify" or the
one
> sinead o'connor did a couple of years ago.

ah, yes . . . an ep would be nice.  tori used to put out a lot of those, and
as a result her "b-sides" were much more accessible to her fans than those
of most artists.  she hasn't done that with her last two albums, though.
>from what i heard, the riaa tightened up on regulations about album length
that complicated the issue of doing eps, or something to that effect, which
was why tori no longer releases them, and just releases cd singles with one
or two b-side tracks now.  i forget the details.

of course, i heard this a while ago, so i may be wrong . . . but if this is
true, is it possible that it might affect a potential ep release?

(btw, hi, pups!  it's rhi!)

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according to the san diego union-tribune the times of the two indigo girls
dates at humphrey's (july 25 & 26)have been changed from 7:30pm to 7pm. just
a heads up...

i know it's still a little early, but how 'bout hooking up before one of the
shows???

drop me a line if you're interested.

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i'm sure this list has had this discussion some time in the past, but
reprinting entire articles even in an email list is a violation of
copyright, and i suspect not exactly in the spirit of this list, which is
careful to honor the girls' copyrights, even in boot trade.

i'd hope, as a fan and a writer, that we'd do the same for writers and
publications which give the girls publicity and attention. go buy a copy of
the record or see if the article is online. it encourages the writer and
publisher to continue providing this kind of coverage.

just a thought.

brooke

>---begin article---
>winds of change, new shades of indigo
>
>friday, june 9, 2000
>
>music preview
>
>indigo girls: with spearhead and rose polenzani. 6:30 p.m.
>tuesday. central park summerstage, 72nd
>street and fifth avenue, manhattan. $28.50. (212) 360-cpss.
>
>by ed condran
>special to the record
>
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i know that normally the house of blues has a 21-and-over policy, unless
otherwise specified.  according to all the listings i've been able to check
at their website, ticketmaster, etc., the ig shows at hob on the sunset
strip (july 27, 28) will also be 21+.  this kind of leaves me screwed.

but a friend was telling me that an underage fan can get into an hob show,
provided that they're accompanied by a parent or guardian.  anyone know any
details on this, whether it's true or not, and if so, what exactly
constitutes "guardian," etc.?  i need to know so i can start making my
plans, if i can.  thanks.

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in a message dated 6/13/00 5:33:10 pm pacific daylight time,
andeesage@hotmail.com writes:

> according to the san diego union-tribune the times of the two indigo girls
>  dates at humphrey's (july 25 & 26)have been changed from 7:30pm to 7pm.
just
>  a heads up...
>
>  i know it's still a little early, but how 'bout hooking up before one of
the
>  shows???
>
>  drop me a line if you're interested.
>
>  andee
sounds good to me, i'm going with my friend jen.  i usually arrive at
concerts several hours early anyway!
i don't know san diego that well, where do you want to have a meet?

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personally i'd like to see a live version of the wood song make it.

and measure of me too.

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actually when i have bands or artists that i like alot, i enjoy their
greatest hits that much more...i enjoy having a little bit of this and a
little bit of that...i like to listen to a wide cross range of stuff, and
the best way to do that is to listen to a compilation...
just my $.02,
        carrie

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sleep and dancing with a sexy lady all night will do to ya...lol
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my friend & i had this same discussion & feel the same way.  the only thing
i can think of is.....

part of the girls' uniqueness is not just their songwriting & instrumental
musicality; it is their vocal arrangements.

these arrangements are not easy to stay up on and if one of them is off, it
affects the entire song.  so, even if they have over 100 orig songs and 20
or so cool covers, it would be quite difficult to maintain all in their
constant repertoire, especially with a band which they've played with for a
little over a year.

ok, that would be my guess......

melissa


>
> they have seven - count them seven studio albums with a wealth of great
> material on each and every one of them why - o - why must they play the
same
> songs night after night. i didn't spend $42 on tickets for 2 nights at
wolf
> trap to see darn near identical set lists. i don't need to see "go",
> "ozilline", "galileo", ctf, "least complicated", "shame on you", and "get
out
> the map" every night.
>
> does anyone out there agree with me and share my frustration? i had to
vent -
> this has been bothering me for too long. hope everyone gets a chance to
see
> summer tour - although repetitive they sound great!
>
> peace tonight,
> amy
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date:         tue, 13 jun 2000 23:34:39 -0400
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*ahem* sorry about the delay - personal explosions will do that.

happy birthday to those with berfdays june 12th-18th...

june 13 ('68)
melissa.marquis@fmr.com (melissa marquis)
"now i walk in beauty
beauty is before me
beauty is behind me
above and below me"

june 13
lschreihart@juno.com (lisa schreihart)

june 14
lhabaeth@aol.com (rosalise)
"i want to slide into the black and wear the black mask"

june 16, 1979
"and when the winds of change have blown us round and back again, what was
once your pain will be your home."
shannon curnutte (shannonc@oregon.uoregon.edu)

june 16, 1979
"mandy (afc)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
"gotta learn to respect what you don't understand"


*waves*
love,
audra
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thank you ny!

i have to say, there was a time back in october that i was not all that happy about ig fans in nyc.  at the first beacon show, fans were so very rude, screaming for ig songs during the encore with rose.  you could tell that a+e were unhappy and embarrassed.

well, tonight, things we very different! people listened, clapped for rose and goody, and in general made it known that not all folks in nyc are rude and impatient.

it was an amazing show tonight.  the weather held out which sure made a big difference.  beside the confusion trying to figure out where the line to get in really started, it was one of the best ig shows i have been to!  i am sorry i have no set list, but i am sure one will be posted by lance or someone else soon enough.

i will say however, that amy did the most stunning version of r&j i have heard in years. i think losing her appendix has made her sound better.  they sang many of the cons songs with joan osborne (sp) who was the special guest.  there was also a horn player from cuba there to play on one song.  amy said they met him while they were there last year.

all in all it was so great to see ig again!

21 shows and counting!

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i'd like to see some of their  songs inspired by their political
escapades in mexico and cuba,
like chiapas bound.

peace
barb

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ok, so the show at central park summerstage was awesome!!..... it was my
first i.g. concert ever, since i'm a mom with a young child, it's hard for
me to get out often!.... i haven't been to a concert since john cougar
mellencamp....i'm a relatively new fan, too.....but i was way impressed
seeing them live....i'll make this a quick synopsis of my night.....

unfortunately i got there so late...thanks to my friends who were running
late, but i love them to death....and they did make this happen for me and
made my night unforgettable in the process!........so sorry erica for not
meeting you!!.....we got there at 7:30 p.m.!!........i tried looking for
you, but it was packed every where i looked........anyway.....when i got
there spearhead was singing and they sounded pretty damn good to me....by
8:30 p.m. or so, i.g. took the stage............they sounded great and they
were in great spirits........but i do have to say that we were all the way
in the back.......  i mean way in the back.......and all the fans were i was
standing were so dull.........they weren't even paying attention......they
were talking and eating.....i sort of felt like  they were only there to
hear the more older songs like "closer to fine" ,etc........it sort of got
my spirits down.....then my friend judy felt bad for me, because she knew it
was my first i.g. concert and she wanted to make it memorable for me, so all
of a sudden she's like "follow me"....so our group did....within minutes we
were practically on the stage..........that's when it started heating up for
me........oh my god............i had a blast.....it was so great........all
the fans up close were like me......crazy!  dancing and singing.........it
was so much fun.....once i was up front...i had a complete blast...i was
having fun before, but i felt like i was one of the only few true fans
there....

the funniest thing was i never really went crazy for the song "faye tucker"
( i know some of you are going to kill me right now)....but it is my new
favorite song by them now that i have heard it live....amy rocked that song
so bad.....it was unbelievable....amy looked so good, by the way....she had
on tight navy pants, with a blue collared shirt...emily was in beige capri's
, i think.....they were laughing and had a lot of private jokes going on
with the band...it was funny....i also noticed a little kid, maybe around 11
or 12 or so behind near the equipment that amy was motioning to to change
something......any know who that could be?........matt the new cellist, was
so good i thought.....when he did a little solo, amy was looking at him like
she was so amazed.....almost like a proud mother...she acted the same way
when rose and them did "goody" together.....rose rocked on that
song....everyone was impressed.....anyways...

the show rocked.....i'm so glad i went and got to experience what all you
guys have probably a dozen and more times.........i was feeling out of the
loop for a while there........i must get out and see them more....here's the
setlist...


peace tonight
shed your skin
virginia woolf
gone again
trouble
romeo & juliet
love's recovery
faye tucker
get out the map
go
philosophy of loss
ozziline
closer to fine
kid fears
midnight train to georgia (w/ spearhead)
shame on you

encore:
goody (rose's song)
galileo

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reply-to:     carrie knepp <ig4me@hotmail.com>
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>>the funniest thing was i never really went crazy for the song "faye
>>tucker"
( i know some of you are going to kill me right now)....but it is my new
favorite song by them now that i have heard it live....amy rocked that song
so bad.....it was unbelievable....

i heard this song live before it was released onto cd...so it was
automatically one of my faves off the cd...she puts sooo much soul and
effort into it...
peace and love,
          carrie
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subject:      boot of last night's (6/13) show at summerstage??
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hello all,

i have talked to a bunch of friends who went to last nights show, 6/13 @ =
summerstage, and just read babs' review..  it sounds like a pretty =
awesome show.  did anyone boot it?

i would love to get a copy:-)

thanks,

phillip soloweszyk
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i'm glad you sat in silence miffed as many other people tend to ruin opening acts they don't like for the rest of us that are open minded enough to hear something new...i can say since seeing spearhead 3 times two weeks ago i have bought both of their cd's even though it's not usually the kind of music i listen too...
and don't worry about hearing 3fc again...they broke up and mant of us are very sad about that...d:)

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> i think an ep would be better, like tori amos did with "crucify" or the
one
> sinead o'connor did a couple of years ago.

okay, so i have a really stupid question.  what is the difference between an
ep and a regular album?  i have tori's "crucify" and i guess i just don't
see the difference.  can someone please clue me in?  thanks!  :)

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actually, i think the new compliation will have a lot more of the newer
stuff on it and a lot less of the older stuff.  my guess is that it
will be a lot like the setlists on the shows they are playing now.  i
would also expect a 2 cd set and i'd hope it would be live like 1200
curfews was.  i'm actually looking foward to being pleasantly surprised
by the amount of new material as well.

ok, maybe i'm an optimist :-)

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>there was also a horn player from cuba there to play on one song.  amy
> >said they met him while they were there last year.

anyone know this guy's name?

thanks,
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<<okay, so i have a really stupid question.  what is the
difference between an ep and a regular album?>>

ep = extended play (as in single).
traditionally it has four tracks, but nowadays 3-6 tracks are
the norm.

regular album is 'full length' whatever that may be (i have eps
longer than some albums i own.)

so a greatest hits ep wouldn't be a great idea.
however, sticking the new tracks on a (cheaper) ep so folks
wouldn't have to buy the whole set would be a marvelous plan.

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hello,

my gf and i got a message immediately after the show in central park
that our beloved cat, sid, was very sick and had to be taken to the vet
hospital at the university of penn.  we cancelled the rest of our
vacation and are now back in phila, awaiting a bunch of test results.
the prognosis is not good, but i was wondering if some of you kind
friends could send some love and happy thoughts in his direction (and
ours too, maybe).  he's a wonderful, wise soul who has taught me more
about love than anyone else in this world.

with thoughts of miracles,
nancy

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<< i would never try to sneak backstage if i didn't have a pass which was why
i
asked if there was any way to get one.  such as purchasing one.  >>

ahem... as someone who did sneak backstage once (heehee) it all worked out
fine for me :) there were only a handfull of people going back and i was just
in the right spot at the right time, and the security guy was very nice to
me.. as were the rest of the folks who actually had backstage passes - in
other words, they didn't seem offended that i just snuck back with them :p

there's no point really, but i just wanted to say that it can be done..as for
purchasing passes, the only time i did it was for the girls in 95 during the
hte tour. i don't think you can get them for the regular shows unless someone
is selling one they got by knowing someone...

from my personal experience, the people with passes generally know someone at
the venue or know one of the advertisers or promoters..

the best way to get near a&e, imho, is to wait by the buses after a show..
they don't always stop to talk to people, but i know a lot of people have met
them this way.

:) lisa

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i just wanted to say a public thanks to tara for all her cd burning :) i got
the three early recordings cds and they sound fabulous! i admit to harassing
her a little bit on the time delay but apologize terribly for that..

anyway, tara rocks!

oh yeah jude rocks too :) that red rocks 94 show is absolutely wonderful! if
1200 curfews had been from just one show, it would've been that one..

:) lisa

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a freaking cue sheet that sulli always hands out to people - i think it was
in the twenty dollar range yesterday...

same person is selling early recording vol 1-3 for 199..

(it may be the original pressing tho, which might be reasonable, tho from
the picture it wasnt the original i bought in 95 or whenever..)


any one want a dozen or so setlists? i need to buy plane tixs to miami 8-)

(joking, honestly)

mike r.

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<< but a friend was telling me that an underage fan can get into an hob show,
provided that they're accompanied by a parent or guardian.  anyone know any
details on this, whether it's true or not, and if so, what exactly
constitutes "guardian," etc.?  i need to know so i can start making my
plans, if i can.  thanks. >>

i would suggest calling hob to find out what their policy is.. i was able to
get into an over-21 show once with someone who was over 21 when i was 18.. i
know some places are very strict, but some places are also flexible.. i f you
are able to get in with someone over 21, just see if someone on the list will
vouch for you :)

lisa

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i think a live cd of their acoustic tour would be great.  i also think (hope)
we'll see "johnny rottentale" and other unreleased stuff on the disc.

jer

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