lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-07b


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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 17:05:16 -0700
reply-to:     "chris w." <chaos808@gte.net>
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from:         "chris w." <chaos808@gte.net>
subject:      grrrrrr....  [so very very nigc]
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ok, nothing (and i mean nothing!) get's my blood boiling like adle-brianed,
right-winged, ignorance and intollerance!

i came across this website today and it just ticked me off.  here is a quote
taken directly from the site:

"however, in our fight against the homosexual agenda, it is important to
always offer the two-handed approach; the hand of restraint that says your
lifestyle is a dangerous one for yourself and society, and the hand of love
and hope. homosexuals need to know of god's love and the transforming power
of jesus christ."

the address is  http://www.linda.net/    and the quote above specifically
came from (http://www.linda.net/gaystudy.html)

this "linda" also discusses about every other political issue from the
clintons to abortion to religion.   when i get my thoughts together i'm
gonna email her a piece of my mind. (what's left of it anyways)

i just thought some of you fine listees might share the inclination.  but if
you have high blood pressure, stay away!

i'm not trying to start a thread here!
i don't want to turn the list into a political hotbed of debate!
so if you have comments, just email me!  :)

peace!
chris m. wilson

(who is sooooo excited 'cause he get's to see ig in just 12 more days!)

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 15:33:47 -0400
reply-to:     lori and gavin macleod <macleods@spectranet.ca>
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from:         lori and gavin macleod <macleods@spectranet.ca>
subject:      boots
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hi everyone
i'm no longer on the list but am really dying for a copy of the 6-16-00
toronto boot. is it circulating out there?  i have tons to trade!

also, i saw someone on the newsgroup with a boot for rivoli theater,
toronto 7-29-89.  i didn't even know this existed.  unfortunately the
person never replied.  if someone has this one too - i have lots of ig to
trade.

email me privately please
thanks
lori


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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 16:51:10 -0400
reply-to:     jared goralnick <jared@dancingwithwords.com>
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from:         jared goralnick <jared@dancingwithwords.com>
subject:      re: easy songs to play by indigo girls?
x-to:         sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
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thanks so much to all of you who have replied!  i'd love to say what i'm
gonna start working on, but i think i'll have a better idea after looking
all this over at home and trying to play along.

thanks again and have a great weekend,
jared
http://www.dancingwithwords.com

on fri, 7 jul 2000, sheryl jones wrote:

> try these:
> reunion
> nashville
> welcome me
> three hits
> blood and fire
> i think that emily's easiest song is closer to fine
>
> it will help if you buy a capo, if you don't have one already
>
> have fun!
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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 21:08:32 edt
reply-to:     ellenjaymes@aol.com
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from:         cooper day <ellenjaymes@aol.com>
subject:      earth jam 1994/5
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anyone have a boot of the earth jam fest....? i'm not sure if its the 1994 or
1995 that i'm looking for... it has lucious jackson, michelle malone,
indigo's... and many more.  of course, i'm just interested in the indigo
part.  they were so awesome... still my fav. show to date.  been looking
forever!

anyone?  anyone?

peace,
cooper

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 21:20:54 -0400
reply-to:     jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
sender:       indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@netspace.org>
from:         jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
subject:      admin note: list projects again
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hi folks,

about this bumper sticker thing...

it's wonderful to see listees wanting to spread the word about the
girls.  keep in mind that any project (especially those involving the
exchange of money)

however, if you are interested in organizing such a project the
following steps must be taken:

contact the list owner with your basic idea.  if the list owner
approves, then you may post your idea to the list as a whole and solicit
ideas privately.

as designs are created, the organizer of the project should update the
list periodically.

once the project is completed and costs are decided, then the organzier
can post the pertinent information and have interested listees email
their orders privately.

please keep in mind these guidelines are not an attempt to stop list
projects but rather to maintain the integrity of the list and keep nigc
posting to a minimum.

thank you.

jen lucero
ig list owner

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 21:25:22 -0400
reply-to:     jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
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from:         jen lucero <jlucero@mail.monmouth.com>
subject:      admin note: list projects...add on
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hi folks,

sorry about the incomplete post before...

to complete the sentence in the first paragraph...

keep in mind that any project organized over this list is by proxy a
list project.  therefore it needs to be approved by all those concerned;
list owner and the list community as a whole.

thanks.

jen lucero
ig list owner

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 00:07:53 edt
reply-to:     lisa071573@aol.com
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from:         lisa r <lisa071573@aol.com>
subject:      bumper stickers
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how about:
what would amy and emily do?

(i actually saw one that said what would xena do? i thought, she's kick your
ass, that's what..)

;) lisa

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 00:16:27 edt
reply-to:     melijoy@aol.com
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from:         indigo mel <melijoy@aol.com>
subject:      re: i have a question....
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in a message dated 7/7/00 5:29:42 pm central daylight time, accoats@aol.com
writes:

> on the eight day god created the
>  indigo girls

i think this was one of the bumper stickers made and sold by a person on
ebay...who makes many stickers like this (and some using pictures taken off
their own website, for goodness's sake)....all illegal and no profit goes to
the indigo girls.    i'd would rather give a dollar to the girls (or michelle
malone, or whoever) than to some random girl trying to make a buck off of
them.

and, to get truly indie....bumper stickers make a good craft-type
project...very low-tech, but they can be made with blank stickers and a
sharpie..

-mel

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2000 23:24:45 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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from:         barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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okay, people i just talked to jen, and i need
to make sure i am in list guidelines with this
project.

1. i need  desgns.  slogans.  how about we do it this way......i'lll
wait a week, and you can send me your ideas,  i'll forward them to the
list, get the list votes, and  then  i will gather the information on
cost of the whole project, get back to you and since i probably will
need to raise funds,i will need to have the payments  in hand but not
now the design comes first.

2. we've been asked to take this to a private forum, and i will do so.
i will keep the list upto date.

take care,
barb

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 00:06:11 -0700
reply-to:     micheale taylor <micheale@home.com>
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from:         micheale taylor <micheale@home.com>
subject:      need san diego tickets
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hi all,

my friend is a huge ig fan and will be in from new york and wants to see the san
diego show.  on the off chance that anyone has decent tickets that you can't use
for some reason, please let me know.  there are still tickets available, but i'm
a little late to get really good seats.

thanks,
micheale

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 07:52:34 edt
reply-to:     ginacam@aol.com
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in a message dated 7/7/2000 11:23:08 pm central daylight time,
melijoy@aol.com writes:

<< > on the eight day god created the
>  indigo girls

i think this was one of the bumper stickers made and sold by a person on
ebay...who makes many stickers like this (and some using pictures taken off
their own website, for goodness's sake)....all illegal and no profit goes to
the indigo girls.    i'd would rather give a dollar to the girls (or michelle
malone, or whoever) than to some random girl trying to make a buck off of
them. >>

couldn't agree with you more..
it's the same thing as the people who make the refridgerator magnets, using
pictures taken from various live performances or album covers.. same thing as
the people who make the mousepads, address labels, bookmarks..  some of these
people on ebay who are producing these items are making quite a bit of cash -

g&g

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 09:47:27 -0400
reply-to:     mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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from:         mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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<snip>
> couldn't agree with you more..
> it's the same thing as the people who make the refridgerator magnets,
using
> pictures taken from various live performances or album covers.

as a person who has legitimately taken pictures of them at several concerts,
events, and such (*most* of the time with permission or passes or a
festival, but there was the dartmorth '98 show where i snuck a disposable
camera, but besides that)

if you didn't sign a waiver that you wont use the photos for financial gain
or publish them, i guess ani required it with web masters long time ago -
she doesn't give passes as freely as the good old days.not any bad talk
about ani, because she is actually really easy to get promo stuff if you are
a journalist, ect with proper creditials.luckily i only signed one - for the
first gbs show i saw, and of course they were some of the best photos i have
ever taken - but oh well.

as soon as those negatives are developed - you can do with as you please -
usually sell to a magazine or whatever, i have seen people selling on ebay,
but i haven't done it myself only because:
1. i'm not exactly sure how credible it is to sell photos if you are at
best, a half descent amateur photographer, when you are trying to
continually build your portfolio.

2. i'm still weary of ebay in some senses, like when i was at a show monday,
my friend and i almost got a board patch of the show, he knew the soundguy
and he trades this band like i trade ig. we were told - and we know this to
be true - it wasn't us he was worried about; it was the person who got the 4
or 5th gen tape that would sell it on ebay.

i dunno - i'm sure if i had the ambition i could sell a few mousepads of amy
in a tanktop for nff last year for quite a bit...

peace-

mike r.

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 10:45:33 -0500
reply-to:     "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com>
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from:         "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com>
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can anyone understand what they are saying on so before "this train"?  there
is like 15 seconds of a strange sound and i can hear amy's voice.  but i
cannot make out what she is saying?  does anyone know?  (by the way that is
song #11 in case you were going to go listen to it.)

mi rinda

"it's only life after all!" - ig

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 13:01:54 edt
reply-to:     accoats@aol.com
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from:         ashley coats <accoats@aol.com>
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hey-- when i wrote that i had seen the "on the eighth day...." i was just
meaning that all we have been posting about lately is the bumpersticker issue
and while driving the other day i just happened upon a car who had that
particular sticker. it made me smile and i was just sharing. i in now way
meant that as a suggestion for our list's up and comming project. sorry for
the confusion! take care-- ashley

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 13:10:37 edt
reply-to:     susan marine <susmarine@hotmail.com>
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from:         susan marine <susmarine@hotmail.com>
subject:      re: stickers part 209999
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then, it *is* a list project. if it was a bootleg you were just sending to
someone, you'd only need that one person to reply, but you said you won't
order unless you get enough people interested.

if im totally confused please tell me. im not trying to be anatgonistic, but
either you need people from this list to sign up for a sticker,  and thus
it's a "list thing", or ya don't and it's not.

at any rate, tara, i like your sticker. if you want to make it a list thing
please emailand let me know if i can help make it a reality with you.

susan


>from: ritesofpassage9@webtv.net (barbara bordner)
>to: susmarine@hotmail.com (susan marine)
>cc: indigo-girls@netspace.org
>subject: re: stickers part 209999
>date: fri, 7 jul 2000 15:55:18 -0500 (cdt)
>
>this isn't a list project, no different from  people offerring boots.
>it's my solo project, if you don't want the sticker, then don't order.
>it's that simple. besides 'i'm, not even going to order until i get
>enough people who like the design anyway.
>
>peace
>barb
>

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 13:39:56 edt
reply-to:     omenus@aol.com
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subject:      one ticket availble for 7/14 pier show in seattle
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hi,

i have one ticket for the friday night show on the pier in seattle (7/14).
apparently a great place to see them, according to my roomies.

it's general admission, for everybody, and show starts at 8pm, rain or shine.
i'm offering it for the same price ticketmonster asked: $37 (this includes all
of their little fees).

contact me soon, i'm such a procrastinator-- i didn't leave much time before
announcing this and the concert date.  i can meet up with whoever's interested
downtown or something.

we are fortunate ones.
otts

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 13:52:42 -0400
reply-to:     "brian e. clary" <brianclary@mindspring.com>
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from:         "brian e. clary" <brianclary@mindspring.com>
subject:      grrrrr
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volunteering) ?  i am used to logging in and getting a lot of great igc =
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apprecaite the enthusiasm, but please take it private.

brian  : (
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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 13:08:30 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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just a reminder, jen asked us last night in a private email to take the
bumpersticker discussion to a private forum. i think we should
respect that. so from now on if you want to respond pease email me in
private.

thanks
barb

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 14:24:56 edt
reply-to:     sooz911@aol.com
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subject:      2 tickets available for saturday, july 15, the pier in seattle
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i have 2 extra tickets for the pier show in seattle on saturday, july 15.
these are general admission tickets, like they all are, and it's $70 for the
pair. email privately if you're interested.

susan

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 15:38:52 edt
reply-to:     duhpike@aol.com
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from:         duh pike <duhpike@aol.com>
subject:      printing bumper stickers
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hey
i owm a print shop. i'll print the bumper stickers for cost, but they have to
be legal. i don't need any copyright infringment problems
peace
duh pike

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2000 16:32:47 -0400
reply-to:     "h.l. sherer" <salieray@musician.org>
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subject:      re: grrrrrr....  [so very very nigc]
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re: chris wilson's post...

actually at the risk of starting a thread (which i don't wish to either) i
must ask if anyone out there has overheard dr. james dobson's program in the
last week. i was driving 5 hours on thurs. and early afternoon came across
the scariest program which seemed to have the adjenda of "reprogramming"
homosexuals through some warped kind of "counseling". it focused almost
completely on males (should i be shocked here?) and spent literally under 2
mins. at the end listing conveniently "the 3 causes of lesbianism". (that
last bit is an issue unto itself but don't get me started...) i decided i
needed to make myself listen so i'd recognize evil better when i hear it
next. they sounded so eerily rational as they professed that "the report
that 10% of the population is non-heterosexual aka homosexual/bisexual is a
lie. it's really something more like 2 or 3%" and "there is no such thing as
a gay christian".  i really wanted to know the name of the "professional"
guest on the show so i could challenge him as to where he got his
information.  anyone think this sounds familiar?  comforting thought that
this dobson continues to be a major voice consulted for raising our nation's
children, god help us.

i do think it is important to know who and what we are dealing with in the
media, as the right wing clearly has a firm hold on the airwaves.

peace,

h

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shine my life like a light."
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cooper plays a tomboy mechanic who has a wicked way with a guitar!=20

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y'all should check this girl out...she is awesome...go to www.elizabethwhite.com...there are some audio/video clips to check out...
as for the ig content...check out the video clip on the opening page of elizabeth singing blood & fire...d:)


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hey all!

first off, did anyone boot the 6/20 show at ravinia?  if anyone happens to have a copy could you please e-mail me?  maybe we could set up a trade or something!

secondly, i am thinking of trying (thinking.  i am not making any promises now.) to boot the 7/22 berkeley show.  and if that goes well, i could try to also (again, no promises) boot the 8/13 cleveland show.  i have a md recorder.  for you "veteran booters", what are some good strategies?  also, has anyone here used a md to boot a show?  please reply privately.

thanks y'all!

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date:         sun, 9 jul 2000 12:03:05 edt
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hello out there!
can someone who is going to the pier show/s please email me? i have a few
questions. i'm coming in from out of town (actually way out of state--i'm
visiting family for awhile, i'm so grateful that ig are playing the pier
this year, again!) and i'd like to know how early i have to be at the venue
to get close seats. last time i came someone else waited in line for us.
thanks!
peace,
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hey there everybody i am tellin ya, it has been kinda wondeful bein an okie
lately well just this last thursday i saw bob dylan naner naner boo boo! it
was awesome anybody go see him? and then on july 12th they have a woodie
guthrie folk festival coming up in okemah it is gonna be awesome lots of good
folk singers! this summer is gonna be a blast the only thing that would make
it better is if "the girls" were coming down here to see me....but alas i
just saw them in october and i have to remember that but i am starting to go
through withdrawal........i'm gettin the shakes and all lol! welp, i reckon
thats all i had to say......kinda sounded like a oklahoma travel guid dill
huh...lol! alwell, y'all enjoy your sunday...take care!!

mandy
(everybodys favor-right hick :) )

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i can't seem to get to neil's site anymore.
anyone know if the addy has changed?

thanks!
brian : )
web site:  http://brianclary.com
email :  brianclary@mindspring.com

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sorry...
i browsed through the listserv manual and faq and failed to find the
commands for this... my email is changing from
jackdavinci@yahoo.com to jackdavinci@dreamsmithdesigns.com

please reroute my subscription, thanks!

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sorry to post nigc, i rarely ever do this, but was wondering if anyone had
ever heard of the houston duo, "girls with guitars"??  i just came across
them on the internet.. review called them a combination of ig and simon and
garfunkel, so i had to check it out.. just listened to "on our way" and it
sounds great!  anyways i just wanted to hear some other opinions if anyone
has heard of them...
a' demain~
et

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everyday..." ~j.m.

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date:         sun, 9 jul 2000 16:31:00 -0400
reply-to:     jared goralnick <dailies@dancingwithwords.com>
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hey,

i just wanted to write to you all to tell you a little story of thanks.  i
had never really been into indigo girls; i had listened a little but never
really given them much thought.  then i met a girl who absolutely loved
them.  so i joined this mail group because i wanted to be able to get her a
bootleg from her first show, and maybe learn a little about this band that
fascinated her so much.

without too much effort on my own part, someone on this group went
incredibly out of their way for me so that i could get the cd to her in
time for when i was visiting.  and to see the way she felt the first time
she listened to that...  i wouldn't have passed up that experience for the
world.

all the while i was getting a lot more involved with listening to ig's
music and following the discussions you guys were having.  and then i just
picked up a guitar the other day and started to give it a try... and i've
gotten something like twenty responses to my email about guitar songs;
thank you :).

but she and i are no longer together.  and i thought at first that i would
want a little time apart from the things that would remind me of her,
though i can honestly say that i've developed quite an affinity for this
music.  and not just the songs that seemed to play roles in our
relationship--i found a new interest.

i only wish that other people could be more open-minded about ig, instead
of just denouncing them as a "chic-band" or "gay-band."  i'm not so sure
why i wanted to say all this, but i do know that i wanted to thank you
guys.  sometime when ig's out in maryland or boston i'll hopefully get to
see them.

so anyhow, thanks for being so open-minded and helpful.  and i just hoped
this could be a little return for the favors you guys have given me.

so thanks, and have a great week,
jared


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date:         fri, 9 jun 2000 18:27:15 -0400
reply-to:     missing_lynx <missing_lynx@email.msn.com>
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hey, count me as a fan - i've got slow burn and the jasper song on 2 or 3 of
my stations on mp3.com - along with a lot of wonderful artists i've
discovered - check out http://www.mp3.com/strange_fire or
http://www.mp3.com/cedar_tree - you might even see a few familiar names
included in the playlists.....

tim

> sorry to post nigc, i rarely ever do this, but was wondering if anyone had
> ever heard of the houston duo, "girls with guitars"??  i just came across
> them on the internet.. review called them a combination of ig and simon
and
> garfunkel, so i had to check it out.. just listened to "on our way" and it
> sounds great!  anyways i just wanted to hear some other opinions if anyone
> has heard of them...
> a' demain~
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ok how do i renew my subscription, and when is the last day? will someone
send me the info?
kris

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yeah, i think if ig's going to be labeled a "gay band" than we should
start labeling pearl jam,
inxs, and nirvana as "straight bands."

peace
barb

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hey!

i have decided to change my ig list subscription address to indigokare@aol.com

my gurlmail account is slowly filling up with stuff from other lists, etc.  so i'll still have this account (and will still use it for other lists like igloh, etc).

anyway...

:-) karen

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hi folks,

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

-sherlyn

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the girls are on queertelevision, a toronto-based show. visit
http://www.qtonline.com/episodes/week15/indigo.asp for info, pix
and an interview. the show airs sundays at midnight and mondays
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hi all. hope everyone had a good weekend!! now i have a choice of london
or vermont to 'marry' my sweetie!! thats where a "girl can get a wife"!!
this is from the advocate!


* london mayor ken livingstone promises to open a domestic-partnership
registry for gay couples and to establish civil ceremonies for them to
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hi all. hope everyone had a good weekend!! now i have a choice of london
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you have lot more choices than london or vermont! in holland you already can
do what the london mayor promisses for the future. since about two years you
already could have married your sweetie over here ;÷)

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hope everyone had a great weekend.  lately, i've been
listening to sots alot and i was wondering if you could
help me with a question i have.

does anyone one know the story behind burn all the letters?
i have an idea, but i'm curious to hear yours.  i'm sure it's
been talked about in the past, but i wasn't on the list then.

cathy

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in a message dated 7/10/00 7:35:52 am eastern daylight time,
cara.klein@interpath.net writes:

<< hi all. hope everyone had a good weekend!! now i have a choice of london
or vermont to 'marry' my sweetie!! thats where a "girl can get a wife"!!
this is from the advocate!


* london mayor ken livingstone promises to open a domestic-partnership
registry for gay couples and to establish civil ceremonies for them to
celebrate their commitments.
  >>

don't forget denmark, norway and sweden, they were as i recall, the first
countries to allow civil ceremonies.

indi

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date:         mon, 10 jul 2000 10:29:56 -0400
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i just put did a search or two on burn all the letters and put up a site
with some of the discussions of it that i figured would be of
interest.  maybe putting together some of the discussions we've had on
particular songs/topics would be a worthwhile project.  any thoughts?

anyhow, to see the stuff discussed on this list about burn all the
letters:

http://www.dancingwithwords.com/burnalltheletters.html

~jared

on mon, 10 jul 2000, catherine spinale wrote:

> hope everyone had a great weekend.  lately, i've been
> listening to sots alot and i was wondering if you could
> help me with a question i have.
>
> does anyone one know the story behind burn all the letters?
> i have an idea, but i'm curious to hear yours.  i'm sure it's
> been talked about in the past, but i wasn't on the list then.
>
> cathy
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i believe emily said it was in the refrence to virgina wolf. they kinda did
two songs about virginia wolf, one on swampophilia (?) and then this
indirect one on soc. im sure if im wrong someone will let us know! :) many
minds are better than one, ey!!

btw, i thought id post this and id share a lil bit of info! i would love to
see which artists have been interviewed from lilith! i think many
underestimated the emmense undertaking this festival was, and im sure this
will give us all a glimse into the enormous shows!! have a great
day!

cara

lilith fair documentary on the way

           (mtv.com) - fans looking to bring the phenomena of the lilith
fair festival back into focus are in
           luck. a documentary about the female-focused tour is about to
wrap production and may be ready
           to make its debut at the toronto film festival this
september. according to producer dean
           english, three versions of the concert footage will surface:
a theatrical release, running 95 minutes in
           duration, geared towards film festivals; and two different
television specials, running one and two
           hours each, for network broadcast. at least one version of
the documentary will also be sold as a
           commercial release.

           english promises the documentary will not just focus on the
on-stage performances, but will
           provide an overview of the entire lilith fair experience.
devotees can look forward to interviews
           with founder sarah mclachlan, her colleagues, her band, the
crew, the audience, as well as
           performers from all three of the festival's stages. for more,
click here.


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>date: mon, 10 jul 2000 09:25:03 -0400
>
>hope everyone had a great weekend.  lately, i've been
>listening to sots alot and i was wondering if you could
>help me with a question i have.
>
>does anyone one know the story behind burn all the letters?
>i have an idea, but i'm curious to hear yours.  i'm sure it's
>been talked about in the past, but i wasn't on the list then.
>
>cathy
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wow! big thanks to jared for giving me
that website with all the discussions of burn....
and everyone else for giving me your interpretations.

my guess was way way off, but kind of interesting.  i
didn't tie it in with emily's personal privacy issue, but
i'm glad you all enlightened me on that one.  i, like others
who posted in the past, thought it was about another famous
person but not, emily dickenson, virginia woolf or anne frank
--eleanor roosevelt.

you know how it says "something meant for your
husband, maybe you left it under the bed"?  well,
eleanor had an affair with a female journalist  who
was married and the journalist wrote eleanor all of
these beautiful love letters which were published in
the book.  at the end, they ended up burning
the letters.

i didn't know anything about this book until  2 years
after sots came out. it just so happened that i was
talking about the girls' music (as usual) and how poetic
the lyrics are, etc., when my friend mentioned eleanor's
diary and the poetic language of the letters.  that's when
the thought hit me--2 years later.  oh, well, it was wrong
but a pretty interesting one.

thanks again.
cathy

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hey folks,

rather than watch myself turn grey waiting for their next tour of europe,
i've decided to go on an ig pilgrimage this summer. i'm flying over from
england for the
mwmf (7-13 august). if any other listees are going to be there and want to
hang out, i'd love to meet you so let me know :-)

jen

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        hey y'all -
        so i get back from traveling (in paris with my grandmother, whom i
accidentally hooked on ig while we were there, but that's another story).
i open my yahoo account to see what recipes people have sent in and i find
it oh so empty. so folks, if you want to send something in, send it now.
run, don't walk. if you're going to contribute a recipe (or several
recipes) please send it/them in by noon this friday (july 14th) at the
very latest to sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com.
        for those who don't recall, the cookbook in question is going to
be a birthday gift to emily (july 22nd) from the list, a compilation of
people's favorite recipes, bound up prettily so that the material object
is as nice as its contents. carrie pattison and i are working for a way
to do this on the cheap, so no financial outlay is at all necessary, but
if you have recipes you like, send'em! any category of recipe is welcome.
        okay, i think that's it. wait, i lied. i hope nobody feels invaded
by this, but here's a list of folks who have already sent in recipes. if
you've sent one, please double-check and make sure i actually received it.
yahoo has hiccoughed on me before, and it would be a shame to miss
something yummy.

dawn ford
robbin love
john ihnat
michelle pennington
carrie pattison
karen (japan's ig bitch <g>)
rena (rgcs1123@aol.com)
virginia tantral
kristin click
shana watson
tracy fears (earthgrrl0@aol.com)
diane wong
tara lane

        thanks -
        mandy


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

                                amy ray

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happy birthday to the following listees!

july 10
ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu (suzi steffen)
"signals cross and love gets lost and time passed makes it plain..."

july 10
knave4@aol.com (shana)

july 12
indigowomyn@ruralcom.net (toye)
"...when you hate me, i can still love you."
--amy ray

july 14
cbunten@ped-gen-po.ped-gen.uiowa.edu (carol bunten)
"there i am in younger days, star gazing
painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be"

and as always...

if you are not on the list, and would like to be, feel free to
email me privately.  i will put you on the list asap.  some people have
just included their email address and birthday, others include their real
name, and lots include quotes.  any form is acceptable.  similarly, if you
are on the list and would like to add/change/delete your entry, do so
privately and i will update.  do not forget to include your b-day if you
are in the add/change/delete category...i really don't want to sift
through hundreds of entries to find yours.  thanks :)


love and best indigo wishes...
audra
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hey,

is anybody planning to go to the albany show on 8/12?
bob and i are going friday night and staying until sunday
morning.

just curious to see if anyone else on the list is going.

c

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hey listees
whoever mentioned that burn all the letters was about eleanor roosevelt was
definately right.  i read an article where emily explains the song.  cant
think of it off hand, but if i remember, i'll post it to the list.

[bolgan, debbie]  deb

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hey, all--my ears just perked up when i heard "indigo girls"
on tv in the other room...not sure if it's a repeat or not, but
the headline news thing was talking about their boycott of sc
("indigo girls won't be playing in south carolina anytime
soon"), and i ran in the room in time to see a concert clip of
the girls from a long time ago (amy's hair was short).  it
mentioned that amy ray was a proud southerner but didn't
believe in the confederate flag, etc. (stuff we knew already).
just thought i'd share...i'm sure cnn will repeat it in an
hour or so.
arrivederci,
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hey folks,

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

-sherlyn

---------- forwarded message ----------
date: mon, 10 jul 2000 11:30:44 -0400
from: jason hare <hare@acsu.buffalo.edu>
subject: [ig-news] version of "clampdown" online

apologies if this has been posted before, but while aimlessly surfing
around, i found a real audio version of ig's cover of "clampdown" by the
clash.  it's part of acoustic cafe's "all-covers" show and can be found in
part 4, located at:

http://www.mlive.com/cafe/index.ssf?/cafe/stories/19991011covers.frm

enjoy!

jason

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hey all,

had to share my smile with ya.  i walked into jcpenny today and behold power
of two elevator style was filling the air.  how cool is that!!!

traci

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hi all!  i recently  heard a song on a local public radio station called
uncle john's band, which i would love to find on cd or tape.  i researched
far enough to find that the name of the album is called var-deadicated, but i
don't know who's album this is or who put it out.  does anyone have any info?
i would greatly appreciate it.  oh, and i already checked lifeblood, where i
found the lyrics but no further info.

thanks :)
jill

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as most listees know emily's b-day is coming up. i  think i'll send her
a card. thinking about her makes me happy. she seems so friendly.

peace
barb

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in a message dated 7/10/00 7:06:09 pm eastern daylight time,
n_d_go@hotmail.com writes:

<< had to share my smile with ya.  i walked into jcpenny today and behold
power
of two elevator style was filling the air.  how cool is that!!! >>

i've tried to avoid jcpenny since they withdrew their commercial support of
ellen as a result of the ellen's coming out episode. how ironic!!

on the same thread, from time to time i listen to dr. laura (you know, if i'm
feeling a little down and want to hear it's because i'm a biological
error...just kidding). actually, it helps get out me gain perspective to
warped thinking. being a reasonable tolerant human being i'm not exposed to
deviant thinking like that. anyway...back to the point... she played shame on
you on her show. again, how ironic!!!  i felt she stole something of the ig
and had no right to use it based on her bashing of gay people. any thoughts.

lisa...who lurks but thinks a lot

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you're right, it is ironic that our beloved dr.
laura used shame on you,  if she's using that
song to say "shame on you gay people," &/or
as an example to prove that we have an "agenda,"  weellll.......the same
can be  applied
to her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

how can such people be soooooo stupid?!  is she really a doctor or just
some self-appointed judge of character, who doesn't know anything?

it's so great to hear the crouds singing, "and when the beatiful ladies
walk right by you know i never know what to say."at ig shows!

huh-ha!  ha!!

peace
barb

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 00:23:04 -0500
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i just listened to the song, and it's absolutely wonderful  i hope
accoustic cafe  puts it out
on one of their albums. i like it as an accoustic
song, otherwise i would buy it on the tribute to
the clash.  real audio and real player can never do a song justice, it
always sounds choppy.

peace
barb

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today i  went traipsing about town, and found
love, ellen by betty degeneres, i don't know how many have read it, but
i'm thirty pages into
it, and so far  it's not just about ellen but the need for respect
regarding every human beeing on earth,

she talks about her feelings  after ellen came out in 1978.  i tink
those of us who have mental
illnesses, have "coming out" process too, and our parents go through the
same anger, denial,
depression, grieving the loss of their dreams, and sometimes our loss of
employment,

i reccommend thiis book for anyone who's going  through a "coming out"
process.   or dealing with someone elses .

peace
barb

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thanks!  i recorded it on to my md!  yeah!  now i finally have a copy of that
song!

it was awesome when they played it at the eastern kentucky university show in
march.  have they done it at any other recent shows?

:-) karen

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hey all! that reminded me...this weekend my gf and i were shopping (big sales at
the local mall!!) and guess who was playing on the dillards radio?????
think....hmmm......who could it be???? our girls were playing "lets make
peace"..!!:) i was smiling a way! have a great day all!!

cara

traci drago wrote:

> hey all,
>
> had to share my smile with ya.  i walked into jcpenny today and behold power
> of two elevator style was filling the air.  how cool is that!!!
>
> traci
>
> *~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*
> *  "in georgia nights are softer than a whisper  *
> *  beneath a quilt somebody's mother made by     *
> *  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
> *  down through generations and the peach trees  *
> *  stitched across the land"                     *
> *~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*
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hey all. just thought id share this tid bit from this mornings news!
this is one case im glad corporate bullies are involved! in a world
where money is synanomous w/ success (in general, but then there are our
girls and a slew of others that prove that statement wrong!) , dr laura
may not be very successful w/ her tv show just based on lotsssssssssss o
money dissapearing cuz of these companies pulling out!!  have a good
one! :)

car

           insurance co. drops dr. laura advertising

           los angeles (billboard) - auto insurance company geico has
dropped its advertising from
           the dr. laura schlessinger radio program. "we have decided to
take those marketing dollars and
           use them elsewhere," geico spokesman walter smith said
friday. "my understanding is that there
           were 700 e-mails (about schlessinger), but those were pro and
con. we have been looking at this
           for (awhile)." geico is the latest national advertiser to
pull back from buying time on schlessinger's
           program since gay and lesbian activists began a concerted
effort against dr. laura's fall tv talk
           show from paramount. the radio ad drop took effect july 1 for
geico, the nation's sixth-largest
           private-passenger insurer. in may, prominent tv advertiser
procter & gamble dropped its radio
           ads and its planned tv ad buys with schlessinger and last
month reiterated that position to
           displeased conservative christian activists who support
schlessinger.

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i just heard that this morning on the radio on the way to work.  i must say
i was appalled by the dj's lack of tact.  they were taking about eminem (is
that how it is spelled?) and how he has so many critics from all different
areas.  and they said the gay community was one of them.  well anyway, then
the dj says; "speaking of people the gay community have issues with" and
went into this segment about geico pulling sponsorship from dr. laura.  and
what really got me irked was that the dj's were saying how much they like
her.  actually the female dj said that she "loves her".  and here all along
i thought that people were finally waking up about dr. laura.

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"whoever mentioned that burn all the letters was about eleanor roosevelt was
definately right."

hey, that was me!!  you mean i was right??  that is such a co-oincidence.
i just found out about that book last summer - two days before the folkfest.  i
gave my friend sots to listen to while she was working
and before she heard it she was talking about that book (which i havn't
read, btw) and i stopped dead in my tracks and said "hey, i think there's
a song on this cd about that".  she heard the song and said "i think you're
right because they ended up burning her love letters".  that is so cool!  i'm
almost never right.

well, back to work.  deb, if you could get that article, that would be great.

happy t-day
c

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my 10 year old son discovered that home depot was playing "peace tonight"
when we were there on the 4th of july! it was playing very softly so i
couldn't hear it until i was right next to the speaker but i was thrilled to
see he was right!
:-)
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> hey all! that reminded me...this weekend my gf and i were shopping (big
sales at
> the local mall!!) and guess who was playing on the dillards radio?????
> think....hmmm......who could it be???? our girls were playing "lets make
> peace"..!!:) i was smiling a way! have a great day all!!
>
> cara
>
> traci drago wrote:
>
> > hey all,
> >
> > had to share my smile with ya.  i walked into jcpenny today and behold
power
> > of two elevator style was filling the air.  how cool is that!!!
> >
> > traci
> >
> > *~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*
> > *  "in georgia nights are softer than a whisper  *
> > *  beneath a quilt somebody's mother made by     *
> > *  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
> > *  down through generations and the peach trees  *
> > *  stitched across the land"                     *
> > *~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*
> >
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i know this was a while ago but i was in philly visiting family and tmf is
one of my very favorites.  so here we go
if i remember correctly i read somewhere that amy said it was about growing
older and things decaying...using fall as the verb and the season (ohh
tricky, amy, tricky)  she's kinda saying time touches all of us "are you
hiding, i am hiding"  we try not to let it get to us, but it does any ways.
the part at the end "jump jump..."  to me at least is a bout growing up and
taking control of my own life and making my own mistakes, to parents let
your kids try their own wings and fall on their own faces so they can get
back up.  as for the vain water on the stain.  it reminds me of dust in the
wind by kansas. what do we really accomplish, no matter what our efforts?
any ways, my $1.50 worth. now i have a weeks worth of laundry to wash.
yipee!!!
denise
on fri, 7 jul 2000 11:06:15 -0400, chris talbot wrote:

>  umm, it's "all *i've heard*"  :-)
>
>  chris ii
>  >"all my work has been in vain, like water to a stain"
>  >
>  >umm my thoughts are, that this means all her work hasn't done anything,
it
>  >hasn't has an effect on anything, like water wouldn't have an effect on
a
>  >stain.. umm yeah... that's what i think.
>  >
>  >touch me fall is also my fav. song!
>  >
>  >~maggie


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in no particular order:

closer to fine
kid fears
romeo and juliet
virginia woolf
chickenman
midnight train to georgia (with spearhead and rose)
shame on you
get out the map
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go
soon to be nothing
gone again
trouble
peace tonight
ozilline
faye tucker
encore: galileo

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thats interesting! i could have sworn i heard emily in an interview saying that
burn all the letters was in refrence to virginia wolf? did anyone else here this??
i must say eleanor roosevelt makes perfect sense based on what catherine explained!
did anyone else emily say viriginia wolf?? 'have a good one!

cara

catherine spinale wrote:

> "whoever mentioned that burn all the letters was about eleanor roosevelt was
> definately right."
>
> hey, that was me!!  you mean i was right??  that is such a co-oincidence.
> i just found out about that book last summer - two days before the folkfest.  i
> gave my friend sots to listen to while she was working
> and before she heard it she was talking about that book (which i havn't
> read, btw) and i stopped dead in my tracks and said "hey, i think there's
> a song on this cd about that".  she heard the song and said "i think you're
> right because they ended up burning her love letters".  that is so cool!  i'm
> almost never right.
>
> well, back to work.  deb, if you could get that article, that would be great.
>
> happy t-day
> c
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thanks alot for that explanation!! that makes soo much sense! i loveeeeeeeeee
that song!!! its funny how if i dont listen to a certain ig album in a while
then turn it back on again just how much the words meanings change for me!  i
look at things differently every day! sometimes when im driving i just sing w/
them and love the intracit words as the delecitly blend w/ eachother! when i
just sing along driving though, i don't always think about what it is the song
is saying, esp if i  dont understand it initially! i cant drive and think at
the same time! i love the lyrical majic of amy and emily together. as a poet,
(that sounds really professional! i just love to write poetry, esp in soc
style! :) most of the artists i love are those who are true writers and make
imagery and abstract so vivid!! have a great day!!!!

cara

denise wrote:

> i know this was a while ago but i was in philly visiting family and tmf is
> one of my very favorites.  so here we go
> if i remember correctly i read somewhere that amy said it was about growing
> older and things decaying...using fall as the verb and the season (ohh
> tricky, amy, tricky)  she's kinda saying time touches all of us "are you
> hiding, i am hiding"  we try not to let it get to us, but it does any ways.
> the part at the end "jump jump..."  to me at least is a bout growing up and
> taking control of my own life and making my own mistakes, to parents let
> your kids try their own wings and fall on their own faces so they can get
> back up.  as for the vain water on the stain.  it reminds me of dust in the
> wind by kansas. what do we really accomplish, no matter what our efforts?
> any ways, my $1.50 worth. now i have a weeks worth of laundry to wash.
> yipee!!!
> denise
> on fri, 7 jul 2000 11:06:15 -0400, chris talbot wrote:
>
> >  umm, it's "all *i've heard*"  :-)
> >
> >  chris ii
> >  >"all my work has been in vain, like water to a stain"
> >  >
> >  >umm my thoughts are, that this means all her work hasn't done anything,
> it
> >  >hasn't has an effect on anything, like water wouldn't have an effect on
> a
> >  >stain.. umm yeah... that's what i think.
> >  >
> >  >touch me fall is also my fav. song!
> >  >
> >  >~maggie
>
> "the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
> place'"-vw-es
> "rock is cool, but the struggle is better"-go-ar
> a+e=ig ;)
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jill,

"uncle john's band" is from the grateful dead tribute album, "deadicated."

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hey y'all,

sometimes i feel like such an idiot - i've been listening to tmf for years
and it never occurred to me that fall could refer to the season as well as
the verb!!!!  and now the song makes perfect sense <duh>!  thanks for the
insight into one of my favorite songs :-)

pam in big d

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i'm very confused...
since this is being taken off-list, who do i contact to try and get on the
order list?  my personal vote is for tara's design, "a + e = ig" with that
font she showed us but is barbara taking design ideas or just doing "ig
rules!!!" ?

rugbygrrl

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 14:48:00 -0500
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okay, now i am not all knowing on this subject so i just wanted to be sure.
is vermont the only state that recognizes same sex marriages?  a friend just
asked me and i told her i knew there were other countries that do.  wasn't
that just discussed a couple days ago?  but i didn't think there were any
other states.  could someone please correct me if i am wrong?  thanks!

mi rinda

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doesn't hawaii...just they are not recognized by any other state as legal?

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as far as i know, vermont is currently the only sate for sure.  hawii has been
in legislation for years, but  i haven't heard anything knew! anyone else?

"kovacs, mirinda" wrote:

> okay, now i am not all knowing on this subject so i just wanted to be sure.
> is vermont the only state that recognizes same sex marriages?  a friend just
> asked me and i told her i knew there were other countries that do.  wasn't
> that just discussed a couple days ago?  but i didn't think there were any
> other states.  could someone please correct me if i am wrong?  thanks!
>
> mi rinda
>
> "it's only life after all!" - ig
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just wanted to throw in my impressions of the show at red rocks:

what a beautiful place.  beautiful red sandstone - jutting out across the
amazing colorado sky.  the striking blue of the sky was criss-crossed with
much needed cloud cover throughout the day.  my friends and i arrived at
about 10:00 a.m. to sit on the steps and wait in line with the other
go-heads!  it was hot, it was cool, it was still, and it was breezy.  it
sprinkled rain - just a taste of what was in store for the evening.  we were
so totally prepared - lots of water, energy bars, fruit, blankets,
sunscreen!!  women were playing hacky-sack, tossing nerf footballs and
frisbees, and generally trekking from the bottom of the stairs to the top -
a very long journey.  we were on the east side stairs.  we were able to hear
soundcheck and knew some of the songs they would play during the night - i
distinctly remember "go", "philosophy of loss", "ozilline" - muffled but
still very enticing.  the level of anticipation grew throughout the long
day.  my friends and i were probably behind about 20-30 people.  the number
ahead of us grew as some (inconsiderate) fans allowed their friends to cut
in line closer to the time the gate opened - 6:15 or so.  then it was the
mad rush for seats.  i was lucky enough to be small and fast and flew past a
number of the people who had cut in line.  we had very good seats - third
row amy side, just barely to the left of amy's mike.

rose was very good - i felt very bad for her.  she came on just as the wind
and rain kicked up.  she had a problem with the tuning of her guitar and did
a song a cappella.  it was beautiful - the wind and the rain and rose.
sometimes a hint of lightning and small crack of thunder.  spearhead was
next.  i enjoyed their set.  my friends were extremely impressed and were
thrilled with their set.  not my kind of music, but they were energetic and
fun.

also, i would prefer to see only one opening act.  especially at a venue
like red rocks, where there is a curfew, it cuts too much into the set by
the girls.

the concert was good - not the best i've been too.  it seemed very short.
we know that they cut at least two, possibly three songs from the set list.
i liked it when rose and spearhead came out and did "midnight train to
georgia" with the girls.  the female vocalist with spearhead had a great
voice for that song.

the set list that came earlier (thanks carrie!) looks complete, but i didn't
get the order either - only that it started with "go" and ended with
"galileo".

anyone else on the list at this show?  i saw garian - thank you so much for
the bracelet - it is wonderful and i love it!  it will be one of my favorite
memories of this show - here's to the melbourne wrecking crew!!!

did amy seem out of sorts to anyone else - or was it just me crazy from the
heat?

peace to all,

sabrina

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i just thought this was classic!! i just wanted to share w/ anyone who
also found it remarkable sad in a way! politics! what would amy and
emily say??


"all i was doing was appealing for an endorsement, not suggesting
you endorse it."

        - president george bush, to colorado governor roy romer

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i figured this is a wonderful resource of people who, in general, have
the same ideals about humanity.  we are united by our common love of our
girls, and many of us second their beliefs.  i apologize for those who
think this is not an appropriate place for me to send this email, but i
am taking a chance b/c amy and emily help teach me to stand up for you
what believe in.  they have inspiried me and made me believe one person,
one idea, really can make a difference! for all who feel they would like
to participate in this, please do so.  anyone who would like to continue
this topic privatly, please email me.  please pass this along to anyone
you know any where in the world who has 10 seconds free time to type in
their first, last name, and email to sign this petition, and click on
the donate button and help feed the worlds hungry! i hope all of you
have a super day!!  thanks :)


sign the hunger site petition, which will be delivered to the united
nations security council in october 2000. the petition urges the un to
dedicate more resources to the fight against global hunger. all you have
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cara,

if you like george bush's silver-foot-in-mouth, you should check out "the
complete bushisms," a chronicle of how his son is just a chip off the ol'
block: http://slate.msn.com/features/bushisms/bushisms.asp.

have fun,
robbin

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they tried... and failed. the state supreme court said it was
unconstitutional, so the legeslators went and changed the constiution.

loralei riney wrote:

> doesn't hawaii...just they are not recognized by any other state as
> legal?

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iirc, i read a few months back on either gay.com or lesbianation that this
was struck down..... could be wrong however..

-- sarahemm

on tue, 11 jul 2000, cara klein wrote:

> as far as i know, vermont is currently the only sate for sure.  hawii has been
> in legislation for years, but  i haven't heard anything knew! anyone else?

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hey everyone... i just wanted to let you all know for sure that any bills and
stuff that were in legislation for same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships,
etc. in hawaii didn't go through.  a friend of mine was working in the
legislature at the time and she was keeping track of the bills, and she let
us know during a meeting that the bills died.  just to let you all know.
well, back to my lil corner...

much love and aloha,

kim  =)


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<< iirc, i read a few months back on either gay.com or lesbianation that this
was struck down..... could be wrong however..

  -- sarahemm >>

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  not so long ago a lot of you got on me bigtime for some positive remarks i
made about being an american.  i am proud of it.

  but no one has anything to say about all this mean spirited talk about dr.
laura or gov. bush.  have any of you even listened to dr. laura's show for
more than 5 minutes?  i'll bet not.  i am gay.  i listen to her every day.
i have, on occasion, thought that what she said was bold, but never thought
she was being mean.  so is it that only popular speech is protected now?
only "politically correct" speech is ok?

  people, you were given a mind.  use it to make decisions based on what
conclusions you come to.  be careful of the types of speech you choose to
protect.  even un popular speech is protected and you should fight to do so
so that you can retain the right to make hateful speech against those you
don't even know.  some of you could even stand to take a lesson from dr.
laura on decency.

  as for gov. bush, the constitution of texas gave him no power to stop that
recent execution.  period.  and think about this:  mr. bush is different
from gore in two powerful ways:  he isn't constantly changing for a vote.
(gore was anti-abortion as a senator from my state of tn.)  bush knows you
are smart enough to make your own decisions about your money and your life.
(gore has said no to giving money back i.e. taxbreaks, because the american
people would spend it wrong.)

  sorry for the flame but i am tired of all this hateful talk on a music
site.  and on that note i am also stopping my membership.  amy and emily are
"socialist," yes.  but i think they would prefer us to think for ourselves
and not follow any one blindly.

~t

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hi folks,

please remember to address nigc replies to private email.

also, please delete all unnecessary text when you reply.  this will help
to cut down on list volume.

and as always, remember to send your posts in plain text only.

thank you.

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 09:46:13 -0700
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does anyone have 2 tickets to wa state summer nights july 14 indigo girls
concert?  will pay$$$$

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 16:32:53 edt
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i just wanted to say goodbye y'all...i have alot going on through the next
couple of months...i have met some great people through this list...
i have the indigo girls to thank for that...a&e truly bring some of the
greatest people together, and form friendships that will never ever be
broken...
my peace and love,
            carrie
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this and all other forms of crap (including my post should not be posted to
the list.)  we have strayed way off topic.  is this not a forum for indigo
girls fans to discuss ig content?  i know i know i'm the fool on the hill and
the suggestion falls on deaf ears.  my sincere apologies for the obvious tone
of disgust i feel as we head into an election where the unwise will vote....


actually i do listen to dr laura and find her "new found realization of the
truth of the old testament" to be not only pathetic, but disgusting to any
how do you say

"people, you were given a mind.  use it to make decisions based on what
conclusions you come to.  be careful of the types of speech you choose to
protect.  even un popular speech is protected and you should fight to do so
so that you can retain the right to make hateful speech against those you
don't even know.  some of you could even stand to take a lesson from dr.
laura on decency."

let us talk about decency?  excellent then you would surely recognize that
there is no decency in purporting to be led and guided by the absolute truth
of the old (or new) testament.  she spoke directly against gays and
reinforced it as an unacceptable cultural mistake which god almighty would be
the persons judgement for.  shall we use the old testament in all its
inerrent wisdom to preach the hebrew from a pedestal of idiocy?  she is no
more than a puppet preacher for the mainstream who are too foolish to think
on subjects for themselves.

regarding mr. bush.  the man is no more qualified to be governor or president
than adolf hitler.  the man is a terrible political figure for a variety of
reasons.  he is so ignorant that he was unable to name 5 heads of state.  he
could not name presidents and he wants to be ours?  i think not.  next issue
with him?  he stands against decency in many forms.  execution?  abortion?
he is a surrogate for the people in this nation who want a handsome man with
some personality to tell them everything will be ok, just how god wants it.
he is a sham standing on the back of a mythological god just like every other
god that has ever been.  to attempt to institute a corrections or judicial
system ( as supported by dr laura and gov bush) such as these two purport
would bring about a military state wherein we would have camera's on every
street corner and policemen with the right to arrest you and tell you why
(and what your rights are) later.
v president gore may have some problems, but he does think for himself, and
if you were to be a person who thinks for themself then you would realize
that he is human.
his voting record has changed.  thank god if you must, but i choose to thank
the courage that that man has to realize he has made a mistake and move on.
gov bush is painting the illusion of right and righteousness.  what a pitiful
state our natuion is in that someone would go to such lengths to fill
themself with public approval and really just be a sham.  if clinton is the
snake oil salesman of the last decade, the only greater humor is in the
reality that gov bush is his superior because clinton believed in doing good.
bush doed not.  he is a non believer hiding behind a mask of lies to appeal
to a hungry public.

my 2 cents

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        hey y'all -
        due to the lucky (for me) dissolution of a family engagement, i am
now free to attend the july 21st show in sacramento with a friend of mine.
which is wonderful, except that we're still ticketless. so, uh, is anybody
on the list looking to sell a pair for that show? good seats preferred, of
course, but it's also a priority for me to help a fellow listee out of a
fix if necessary, so even if your tickets aren't so hot i'll buy them
anyway, barring an offer of better tickets from another listee. so anyway,
if you have tex to sell, drop me a line offlist.
        thanks -
        mandy

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if you have specific questions, feel free to email me at this address.

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                all the beauty just keeps shaking me

                                amy ray

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 21:19:22 -0400
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<<this and all other forms of crap (including my post should not be posted
to the list.)  we have strayed way off topic.>>

you know, on the whole, i appreciate short-lived, intelligent semi-relavent
debate (the news-only list is for people who want news-only i guess).
*snipping the rest of the not-so-well-argued posts*
and this doens't meat my arbitrary intelligent criteria.

<<people, you were given a mind.  use it to make decisions based on what
conclusions you come to...  and on that note i am also stopping my
membership.>>

i'm sorry if people have been attacking you personally. that's unacceptable.
however if you do leave, then there will be one less person to unleash an
opposing voice. without that balance, people will have less resources to
make up their own mind.

i would rather surround myself with people who didn't agree with me than who
did. by defending my position i can truly examine it, becoming stronger in
my beliefs or revising them as necessary.

and all that.

@}--,'---

p.s. for what it's worth, in my opinion you're both wrong, but i'll spare
the list the details...

www.andineil.com
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date:         tue, 11 jul 2000 22:18:14 -0400
reply-to:     mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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i have 2 to trade - looking for other shows - preferrably when she isn't
about to commit suicide or having constant panic attacks onstage. i'm not
kidding abouty

both my shows are from covers tour - would like earlier stuff.

igc - is it just me but does anyone else think amy must be a fan of chan - i
mean - chan basically got famous in atlanta and somehow - i think she is
alot like rose in musical style - well - a suicidal dressing in black
fragile rose polenzani - sorta.

chan doesn't finish songs in concert, but it is beautiful...

email me - just am looking for any shows - kinda busy for a bit trading
wise.
mike reynolds
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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 04:15:19 +0200
reply-to:     kadri saar <ksaar@ut.ee>
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hi everybody!

i died and went to heaven at least twice on sunday at the ig concert at
red rocks. it was something i had been waiting for for so long. i really
liked sabrina's review, but i thought id add some to whats been said
already.

it was the  first time for me and my gf, which made it even more special.
the venue is amazing, really beautiful, and the girls said that a couple
of times during the show. we'd kinda hoped that theyd chat more, but amy
seemed a bit tight througout the whole show which was a bummer. em in the
other hand was super cool - shes ever so cute.
i dont know what i had expected but i was shocked to realise that amy is
so tiny and fem these days - she looked real classy on sunday with her
suede shoes, tight denims and glittery pale blue shirt. whoa...

we had general admission tickets so  we got there really early to get a
decent seat, and we did - 3rd row emily's side, what more can one ask for.
the overal atmosphere was just great, during the long wait on the steps
(too bad we didnt meet any listpeople) and later on at the concert. people
were being really nice, dancing all the way through, never sitting
down. simply beautiful.

spearhead was great, so was rose.

if anybody booted the show i would really love a copy, i think the setlist
was amazing. they did tried to be true (i think carrie had missed that one
on her setlist) - which is one of my favorites, and they played chickenman
with an additional verse to it, and ozilline - about which amy said that
she'd written it with her grandmother and that her gran had liked to
boogie:)
emily got all heated before philosophy of loss, and later apologised for
it, which i think was really cute.

we too were bummed about the show being so short. after the concert
we just kinda passed the stage and sulli was there packing stuff and
we called out to her to get us a setlist. she said she was really busy and
that she was alone that night, but was very nice tearing the setlists down
and telling the guard to give it to us. i couldnt belive this was
happening. i didnt really think she'd bother. so, obviously we were
psyched after this - our first concert and i leave with a setlist.
sulli rocks!

2 days later im still glowing - i loved it so much. id love to see them
again, but alas, they never ever come to europe do they....and it's like
once in a lifetime thing to catch them in the states, im never in the
right state. ill keep my fingers crossed for more.


ok, that should pretty much be it, im really sorry for rambling, thanks
for reading:)

kate

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be the things i miss...'
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in a message dated 7/11/00 4:00:12 pm eastern daylight time,
cara.klein@interpath.net writes:

<< as far as i know, vermont is currently the only sate for sure.  hawii has
been
in legislation for years, but  i haven't heard anything knew! anyone else?

"kovacs, mirinda" wrote:

> okay, now i am not all knowing on this subject so i just wanted to be sure.
> is vermont the only state that recognizes same sex marriages?  a friend
just
> asked me and i told her i knew there were other countries that do.  wasn't
> that just discussed a couple days ago?  but i didn't think there were any
> other states.  could someone please correct me if i am wrong?  thanks! >>

technically none of the states allow "gay marriages".  vt has the new law
recognizing "civil unions" which grants most but not all the rights of
heterosexual marriage.

indi

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>emily got all heated before philosophy of loss, and later apologised for
>it, which i think was really cute.

really?  why?  what happened?

also, what was up with amy at red rocks?

they're probably both really tired from touring.

:-) karen (old e-mail: prochoicer@gurlmail.com)

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kadri saar wrote:

>
>
> if anybody booted the show i would really love a copy, i think the setlist
> was amazing. they did tried to be true (i think carrie had missed that one
> on her setlist) - which is one of my favorites, and they played chickenman

ooops, yeah, sorry... when i wrote kid fears i meant tried to be true.

carrie

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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 00:30:31 edt
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i gotta say, i was never a big tmf fan.

the song rocks live and is one of my favorites.

i of course know the song by heart.

but i never would have gotten that about the season!

i love this list

it makes a great thing better!!!!!!


joe
brooklyn,ny

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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 08:26:07 -0400
reply-to:     cara klein <cara.klein@interpath.net>
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hey all. speaking of amy and emily's dress attire for the the shows, i was
just wonderin if amy had a special connection w/ that blue shirt w/ sequence!
has she worn that shirt to every show? not that i care   :) i just think its
really funny for some reason! she wore at the dameon show, the show in nc, and
a number of shows elsewhere i've noticed from the awsome reviews all of you
post! it must be a comfortable shirt! and helps w/ keeping the packing on the
road light! i would have loved to see that cowboy hat everyone said she has!
:) don't know why in the world i started to wonder about amys shirt......
cara

kadri saar wrote:

> hi everybody!
>
> i died and went to heaven at least twice on sunday at the ig concert at
> red rocks. it was something i had been waiting for for so long. i really
> liked sabrina's review, but i thought id add some to whats been said
date:       sun, 30 jul 2000 12:55:06 +0000
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> already.
>
> it was the  first time for me and my gf, which made it even more special.
> the venue is amazing, really beautiful, and the girls said that a couple
> of times during the show. we'd kinda hoped that theyd chat more, but amy
> seemed a bit tight througout the whole show which was a bummer. em in the
> other hand was super cool - shes ever so cute.
> i dont know what i had expected but i was shocked to realise that amy is
> so tiny and fem these days - she looked real classy on sunday with her
> suede shoes, tight denims and glittery pale blue shirt. whoa...
>
> we had general admission tickets so  we got there really early to get a
> decent seat, and we did - 3rd row emily's side, what more can one ask for.
> the overal atmosphere was just great, during the long wait on the steps
> (too bad we didnt meet any listpeople) and later on at the concert. people
> were being really nice, dancing all the way through, never sitting
> down. simply beautiful.
>
> spearhead was great, so was rose.
>
> if anybody booted the show i would really love a copy, i think the setlist
> was amazing. they did tried to be true (i think carrie had missed that one
> on her setlist) - which is one of my favorites, and they played chickenman
> with an additional verse to it, and ozilline - about which amy said that
> she'd written it with her grandmother and that her gran had liked to
> boogie:)
> emily got all heated before philosophy of loss, and later apologised for
> it, which i think was really cute.
>
> we too were bummed about the show being so short. after the concert
> we just kinda passed the stage and sulli was there packing stuff and
> we called out to her to get us a setlist. she said she was really busy and
> that she was alone that night, but was very nice tearing the setlists down
> and telling the guard to give it to us. i couldnt belive this was
> happening. i didnt really think she'd bother. so, obviously we were
> psyched after this - our first concert and i leave with a setlist.
> sulli rocks!
>
> 2 days later im still glowing - i loved it so much. id love to see them
> again, but alas, they never ever come to europe do they....and it's like
> once in a lifetime thing to catch them in the states, im never in the
> right state. ill keep my fingers crossed for more.
>
> ok, that should pretty much be it, im really sorry for rambling, thanks
> for reading:)
>
> kate
>
> ****************
> oh mercy, what i won't give to have the things that mean the most not to
> be the things i miss...'
> (emily saliers)
> ****************
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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 08:35:40 -0400
reply-to:     cara klein <cara.klein@interpath.net>
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first off, thanks to all who help w/ explanations of touch me fall!!
this list is so awsome!! i never thought about the season of fall!

i was also listening to three hits again, and began to wonder about that

one as well!! what does "three hits to the heart son, and its poetry in
motion" mean? what is the meaning of three hits? i am sorry if this is a

stupid question, and i apologize if im ignorant on some lyrics!! i love
the lyrical genious that amy and emily have! i dunno, its like decoding
a puzzle when i try to "figure out" a song!! of course it always has a
new meaning to me, as the words and songs evolve themselves!! i can't
seem to figure this one out though!!

ps. i apologize for posting the hunger site petition! i get confused as
to whats allowed and whats not! next time ill just post that i have some

info regarding whatever and if anyone is interested they can email me! i

think i was the cuz of the admin response, and i apologize sincerly!

cara

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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 07:48:12 -0500
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okay, so i was having a discussion with my sister last night and she can't
seem to understand why i do not like eminem.  does anybody remember the link
to that article about him and gay bashing?  if so could you please send it
to me privately.  thanks, and sorry for the nigc.  i just look to you guys
as a huge source of knowledge.

mi rinda

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reply-to:     elaine bean <bean@neu.edu>
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> "people, you were given a mind.  use it to make decisions based on what

thank you for extending such sound advice - it comes right in the nick
of time, as i was just about to make a decision blindly and ignorantly.
that's how i make all my decisions.  doesn't everybody?

the dr. laura stuff - of course everybody is entitled to express an
opinion.  i am not standing in the way of the hate she espouses, and
when that hate threatens my rights, yeah, you better believe that i take
exception to that.

and for the bush thing, well, i'll keep my opinions of him to myself.

the above post is so insulting and belittling. i won't further dignify
your comments by trying to engage in an intelligent discussion.  adam
said it all quite nicely.

elaine, of the no-mind, following blindly bunch

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reply-to:     denise <jingles31@excite.com>
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>  one as well!! what does "three hits to the heart son, and its poetry in
>  motion" mean? what is the meaning of three hits? i am sorry if this is a

the only thing i know about three hits is that its about a poet who commited
suicide by shooting himself in the heart 3 times


"the apathy of time laughs in my face, you say 'each life has its
place'"-vw-es
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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 09:02:36 -0500
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hi y'all.  let me open by saying, we're not poor.  we can afford to stay in
hotels.  however, we've learned that it's more fun to stay with friends.
we're generous lodgers.  we'll pay for gas and take you out for a couple of
meals and buy you presents!  that being said, i'm going to post an itinerary
of sorts and see if anyone is willing to host us.  (if you're ever up our
way, we'll return the favor!).  i realize this is really far in advance but
i like to have a plan.

nov 28-dec 1 walt disney world (the whole reason we're going on this trip is
that we got roped into going with my gf's nieces!)
dec 2 st. augustine fl
dec 3  savannah ga
dec 4 charlotte nc

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

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hi all,

i respect the opinion of every person on this list and if anyone would like
to vent or converse on a subject i am more than happy to listen, just email
me privately.

i really hate to see anyone leave this wonderful list because we are
discussing issues that were not meant for the list to begin with.  being on
this list has made me such a strong ig fan that i am forever grateful.  i
would love for other new listees to experience the same rejuvenation that i
have.

so could we back to why we are here.  it's all about the girls.

traci


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*  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
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okay, this is the last time i will ask.  actually, it is only the second,
but also the last.  did anyone out there boot the minneapolis show?  if so i
would love a copy.  please mail me privately if you have one.  thanks!

mi rinda

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i, too, have heard a muzac version of power of two in
jcpenney.  also, wal-mart seems to play peace tonight
a lot.

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i agree that this list is about the girls, and that maybe we've had
enough about dr. laura and george bush...
however, i feel that a few people who posted were really treated badly,
and that maybe they came across as being a little harsh because they
were hurt. i know that the person who posted that she was leaving was
upset because her viewpoint hadn't been respected on here. maybe she
shouldn't have lashed out at others (though i didn't take her post as
harshly as others did, i thought it was fine)but she did have some valid
points. it's ok to have opinions one way or the other, but like traci
here says, we need to respect everyone's opinions. there are
conservative thinking gay folks/ig fans, there are people like me who
don't agree with conservative opinions but feel that they have an equal
right to be heard, and there are people on this list who seem to think
that if someone doesn't agree with the more liberal way of thinking that
they shouldn't be heard in case they influence others to think their
way.  we all have our own opinions on these subjects, and even though i
know i don't agree with a lot of what has been said on this list, i made
my point earlier in this debate and am good to leave it at that. i can
understand the temptation to leave in disgust, though. there have been a
few posts here that weren't very respectful of opposing viewpoints.
people have gotten really pissy when someone has expressed an opinion
besides "george bush is an idiot" or "dr. laura needs to shut up." i
know that the person who actually liked dr. laura was flamed hard, and
that's really not fair. i think all of us can think of a time when
someone blasted us for liking the indigo girls. i know i get it all the
time for liking xena.
   basically, if we are all going to be here in the "spirit of the
girls" we should keep in mind amy's line of "learn to respect what we
don't understand" and try being just a little bit nicer.
thanks, traci, for the post...i wasn't flaming at you in any way...:)
peace
sharon

traci drago wrote:
>
> hi all,
>
> i respect the opinion of every person on this list and if anyone would like
> to vent or converse on a subject i am more than happy to listen, just email
> me privately.
>
> i really hate to see anyone leave this wonderful list because we are
> discussing issues that were not meant for the list to begin with.  being on
> this list has made me such a strong ig fan that i am forever grateful.  i
> would love for other new listees to experience the same rejuvenation that i
> have.
>
> so could we back to why we are here.  it's all about the girls.
>
> traci

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hello all!! i was wondering if the ig have played romeo and juliette live
since the very begenning of the tour-- they played it both nights at
chastain. fill me in if you have any 411!! take care-- ashley

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yes, they played romeo and juliette (well, amy did) at colby college
this spring.
sharon

ashley coats wrote:
>
> hello all!! i was wondering if the ig have played romeo and juliette live
> since the very begenning of the tour-- they played it both nights at
> chastain. fill me in if you have any 411!! take care-- ashley

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hiya all,
bet you are wondering how i am going to tie eminem and our grrls together...
well it's a short cute story. my nephew loves eminem and rap in general, he
is 17 and has been listening to that music for a while. to be honest...i
listen to rap too sometimes, i have a pretty varied taste in music (but
eminem sickens me) but anyway back to my story.  i try to open my nephew up
to dfferent kinds of music but he is usually not too receptive. (i did get
him to listen to some of les miserables with me once)
he started teaching himself to play guitar a few months ago, and i jumped on
the chance to turn him onto the igs.  i sent him a list of their songs to
download from the computer.  not only did he like the music, but he has told
me he plays a great "closer to fine".   i can't wait to hear him play next
time i am in jersey.
he is still an eminem fan (yeeesh) but at least i have somewhat hooked him in
the right direction!

peace,
  ~wolf

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in a message dated 7/12/2000 8:34:08 am pacific daylight time,
accoats@aol.com writes:

> hello all!! i was wondering if the ig have played romeo and juliette live
>  since the very begenning of the tour-- they played it both nights at
>  chastain. fill me in if you have any 411!! take care-- ashley
>

when they were in tampa several months back amy sang it, emily was not on
stage. it sounded great!

peace,
  ~julie

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also in sioux falls, sd in june.


from: i can talk to the animals <sparke61@maine.edu>
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date: wed, 12 jul 2000 11:51:25 -0400

yes, they played romeo and juliette (well, amy did) at colby college
this spring.
sharon

ashley coats wrote:
>
> hello all!! i was wondering if the ig have played romeo and juliette live
> since the very begenning of the tour-- they played it both nights at
> chastain. fill me in if you have any 411!! take care-- ashley

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both boston shows and minneapolis

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nyc and toronto

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hey, everybody!
   i'm back from lovely *hot!* austin, tx...where i had the most amazing
time.  placed slightly better than middle-of-the-pack in my main events --
even qualifying was more than i ever could have hoped for.
   the bats were cool, and eating out in austin is a treat if you dig
neato cuisine.  (you know you're at the right place when they start
couting your money in greek.)

   for relaxation/awakification, i made a custom tape with some emily
songs (eiot) and mark knopfler instrumental pieces.  side b consisted of
metallica's "kill 'em all," aerosmith's "back in the saddle again," and a
bunch of dream theater numbers.

   highlights:

   - the 2 year old who wanted to emulate everybody so much, he hooked
himself up to a reel and picked up a foil and "fenced" with us.
   - seeing the paralympic team qualifiers in wheelchair fencing.  i don't
know what i'd do without my legs, but hopefully i'd be tough enough to do
what those guys did.
   - standing at the team captains' meeting, when they come on the
intercom and tell us that for the first time ever, a us team has won a
gold medal in a world championship.  (women's sabre)
   - being the captain of the first fencing team the university of
rochester has fielded at a national event in over 20 years.
   - having the funniest, most wonderful, coach in the world.  ("you
always smile, even when you lose.  i like this.")
   - meeting hilarious, crazy, nice people from all over the country.
   - being smart enough to pack many rolls of film with my new canon elan
ii.

   now, how about them indeego girls?  ;)

   darius

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compete in the free market with everyone else."
   - garisson keillor

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alright, i'm sure this topic has almost reached its "list life" expectancy
and will shortly be kicked off to private mail, but while it's still
breathing i thought i'd throw this in for those interested.  last night on
politically incorrect, when asked if she agrees with the recent passing of
vermont's "unionization" legislation, catherine coulter, (author) most well
known for her historical romance novels, responded that marriage was
originally based on religion and in order to preserve that we must not allow
gays to marry....bill maher quickly pointed out that marriage was an
institution founded solely on the belief of mens' ownership of women...you
go, bill!  the real kicker was coulter's next comment, "...and besides, if
they're going to be allowed to get married then i want to see them paying the
same lawyer fees i have to pay when they want a 'gay divorce'".
lol.  sounds like she's got a pretty darn good argument to me! <note sarcasm>
anyway, just wanted to share...
*heather*

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hey kind friends~ thanks for the info concerning romeo and juliette! you
guys, as always, are so helpful!! have a great day! take care-- ashley

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also in philly 6/9/00

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amy played romeo and juliet at the f&m show, the princeton show and i
think at mann music center too, although i may not be recalling that
one clearly <g>

jean

--- julie jungerman <wolfechoes@aol.com> wrote:
> in a message dated 7/12/2000 8:34:08 am pacific daylight time,
> accoats@aol.com writes:
>
> > hello all!! i was wondering if the ig have played romeo and
> juliette live
> >  since the very begenning of the tour-- they played it both nights
> at
> >  chastain. fill me in if you have any 411!! take care-- ashley
> >
>
> when they were in tampa several months back amy sang it, emily was
> not on
> stage. it sounded great!
>
> peace,
>   ~julie
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hey all,

someone mentioned something about making buttons for the list.  i think that
it would be a great idea, nothing big just "ig listee"  or something like
that.  then when we go to shows we could wear them and recognize fellow
listees.  when i was in sioux falls, i kept asking people if they were on
the list and they just looked at me like i was crazy.  i guess it would
sound funny if you did not know what it was.  anyway i am not volunteering,
as i don't even know where to start with it, but i think it would be cool.

also, is there a list meet set up for seattle, sat show.  i want to get real
close, so i plan on getting there early and it would be fun to hang with
some of you while waiting to race for seats.

traci

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hey sharon!
once again i respect and admire your voice of reason.  you always manage to
convey your opinion in a respectful manner which makes me sit back and smile
having had the priveledge of knowing you irl...
you've pretty much summed up exactly what i was thinking and it makes me
wonder why it appears to me so very difficult for some folks to simply
accept what others have to say as opinion and not written in stone, so to
speak.  perhaps most of the "flaming" that occurs is not intended as such
but because of the medium in which we try to communicate here on the list,
it is much more difficult to come across as we intend and not as we are
perceived.
anyways, thank you for your calmness.

rugbygrrl/lisa


sharon wrote:

>i agree that this list is about the girls, and that maybe we've had
>enough about dr. laura and george bush...
>however, i feel that a few people who posted were really treated badly,
>and that maybe they came across as being a little harsh because they
>were hurt. i know that the person who posted that she was leaving was
>upset because her viewpoint hadn't been respected on here. maybe she
>shouldn't have lashed out at others (though i didn't take her post as
>harshly as others did, i thought it was fine)but she did have some valid
>points. it's ok to have opinions one way or the other, but like traci here
>says, we need to respect everyone's opinions. there are
>conservative thinking gay folks/ig fans, there are people like me who
>don't agree with conservative opinions but feel that they have an equal
>right to be heard, and there are people on this list who seem to think
>that if someone doesn't agree with the more liberal way of thinking that
>they shouldn't be heard in case they influence others to think their way.
>we all have our own opinions on these subjects, and even though i know i
>don't agree with a lot of what has been said on this list, i made my point
>earlier in this debate and am good to leave it at that. i can understand
>the temptation to leave in disgust, though. there have been a few posts
>here that weren't very respectful of opposing viewpoints.
>people have gotten really pissy when someone has expressed an opinion
>besides "george bush is an idiot" or "dr. laura needs to shut up." i
>know that the person who actually liked dr. laura was flamed hard, and
>that's really not fair. i think all of us can think of a time when
>someone blasted us for liking the indigo girls. i know i get it all the
>time for liking xena.
>basically, if we are all going to be here in the "spirit of the
>girls" we should keep in mind amy's line of "learn to respect what we
>don't understand" and try being just a little bit nicer.
>thanks, traci, for the post...i wasn't flaming at you in any way...:)
>peace
>sharon
>

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i ran across this one just now, and as a sci-fi fan, was quite amused . . .
(a filk, for those of you who don't know, is basically a good-natured parody
of a song.)

http://www.liii.com/~phydeaux/myfilks.html#closertofan

lyrics to follow, if web access is iffy for you.

closer to fan

words: dave weingart © 1999
music: closer to fine (indigo girls)

i'm dying to tell you something 'bout my life
maybe get you down in to the filksing friday night
for the one thing that it's surely done for me
is to take mundania less seriously; fandom's a way of life after all

when fandom has a hunger that's insatiable
the consuite has a call that's hard to beat
i pinned my buttons 'round me like a blanket
i filled a cup of tully, then i drank it; i'm saying, "fiawol!"

chorus
     i went to the panels, i listened at the filksing
     i looked at the art show, i watched the roleplaying
     there's more than one program at conventions and i try each one i can
     and the further that my soul gets from mundanity, the closer i am to
fan

i went to see a panel on high fantasy
with a lecture on the magic and the ways of royalty
it set me to thinking, i saw it like a movie
i threaded the plotlines, i felt the muse work through me
i spent a year working on my novel, sold it to tor for some nice fee

chorus

[whistle]

i went to the filk at 10 p.m.
to seek music and some caffeine and another fannish friend
i looked up, it was sunrise and my voice was hoarse and sore
can't recall just when it ceased to be the night before
so i'll go again on saturday

final chorus
     i went to the panels, i listened to the filksing
     i looked at the art show, i watched the roleplaying
     i sit on the panels, i sing at the filksing
     i paint for the art show, i run the roleplaying
     we vote for the hugos, we go to the consuite
     we read though all the novels, we dress up like starfleet
     there's more than one person on a concom, and i chair each one i can
     and the further that my soul gets from mundanity
     the closer i am to fan
     the closer i am to fan
     the closer i am to fan

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knows the way from your heart to your brain: know that you're whole.
and you're shining like the brightest star, a transmission on the
midnight radio . . . " -- hedwig and the angry inch

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they played it at red rocks on sunday and they played it at the filmore in
november in denver.

kc

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my g/f is moving back to nyc this fall to finish out grad school at nyu.  she needs a sublet from sept til may or either a full year's lease somewhere.  it's tough to get a place there without all the rip-offs of registration fees and broker fees.  does anyone know how to get around all that?  who are some good people to deal with?  we are going to be there a full weekend and a monday.  we want to score a place then.  can anyone give us the names of some places or some phone numbers or something?  we are desperate!

thanks!
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hi,

i've been off the main list for a while (glad i missed the ubiquitous and
redundant mwmf arguments), but i have returned.  i have a few items of
interest, i hope.

1. i tried to post this once before, but i don't know if it made it to the
list.  red house records is lucy kaplansky's label and they are planning a
compilation of greg brown covers by women.  please join me in suggesting
the indigo girls for this project.
email bob feldman <marketing@redhouserecords.com>

>>i'm starting on a new project that will be a benefit cd of women
>>doing greg brown's songs.  our first track came in yesterday from
>>lucinda williams doing greg's "lately".  lucinda and bo ramsey did it
>>together and it is definitely straight from the heart.  powerful. i'm
>>still working on my list of women to ask to take part in it. iris
>>dement, ani difranco, gillian welch, lucy kaplansky, cheryl wheeler,
>>nina gerber, stacey earle are all contributing a song to the project.
>>i'm also asking shawn colvin, mary chapin carpenter and emmy lou harris
>>to participate.   i'm still waiting to hear from other artists.   if you
>>have any suggestions of artists to include or songs they might do please
>>email me.  i hope this will come out sometime next year.  have a great
>>summer, bob feldman

2. i have convinced my cousin the candlemaker to make a special indigo
candle for fans.  we can all place them on our shrines to our favorite
girls!
if you are interested, please see the candle link on my page:
http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~vigil/home.html

you will have to ask for the indigo candle because i don't think she has
it listed on the website.  i believe they are $10, which is a great deal
for a homemade candle.

3. people have mentioned buttons on the list.  i think list buttons are a
good idea.  i have also been making little bottle cap buttons.  sounds
weird, but if you're interested, send me a private email.  i also make
hemp jewelry and stretchy bracelets.  i will do custom work.

it was great to see all the familiar faces at red rocks.  hope i didn't
sing too loud!!  :(

-garian

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date:         wed, 12 jul 2000 15:30:58 -0500
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they even played it in lil' ol' sioux falls, sd.

dan

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hey.
me about seattle again. :) i know people have posted about selling and
wanting tickets already, but i was wondering if there are 2 tickets still
available to either night (preferably saturday)? i just got to seattle and
found out there are 2 friends that would be interested in coming. if you
have some extra tickets...let me know!
peace,
becky
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kim wrote:

<snip>
>>i just wanted to let you all know for sure that any bills and stuff that
were in legislation for same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships, etc. in
hawaii didn't go through.  <<

hawai'i does have the reciprocal beneficiary relationship (rbr) certificate.
taken from the state of hawai'i website:
"an rbr is a legal partnership between two people who are prohibited from
marriage under hawai'i law....the applicants must be prohibited from
marrying one another under chapter 572-1 of the hawaii revised statutes.
these include same-sex couples, and members of immediate family."  and
futher..."applicants must be 18 years of age and over.there are no residency
or citizenship requirements."

if you're interested, the url for the rbr page on the state website is
http://www.state.hi.us/doh/records/rbrbroc.htm and further info on the
subject can be obtained from: www.state.hi.us/doh/records/rbr.htm

peace,
karen

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amy played/sang it solo on 6/27 in ames, ia., and 6/28 in cedar rapids,
ia.-it was incredible both nights : )
michelle

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speaking of three hits, does anyone remember the ig appearance on rosie
o'donnell just before their sots tour?
man was that ever great, rosie  asked
the girls what song she should play for
them. emily laughed,"three hits!"

so rosie pushed te button for three hits...
it's soooo funny to hear amy's voice popping
out of rosie's mouth....it looked so real,
rosies's a good lip sinker....i taped that show
(i don't have it now.) laughed  along with amy
and emily (especially amy)  for so many months.

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i was sitting here listening to 1200 curfews (i love these disks) and
suddenly a question popped into my mind.  and i just knew that you kind
friends would probably know the answers.
okay, 1200 curfews is a compilation of many different performances.  so i
was wondering, do you think amy and emily have every performance that they
do recorded?  let me know what you think.  thanks!

mi rinda

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we will be attending two shows in august that are acoustic duo only.
since the band wont be there, i am curious about what the setlist might
be like. could someone refresh my memory of any other cities and dates
they played alone on this tour and where i could go to find the setlists
posted. thanks.
kathy

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hey all you intimate strangers, friendables even,

:)  last week, as i turned the ignition key to the car, the sweet melodies
and strumming of the indigo girls' poured out the stereo speakers, and they
were performing "closer to fine" live.  you sing along so much at concerts
most of the time, it was quite smiley to hear emily sing the last verse.  it
was on wxpn.

let's see--i really appreciated the songs that touch us thread.  right now,
none of the girls' songs are hitting my core--which is a good thing.
'ghost' has reverted back to a song without as much anguish as a year or two
ago.  'you and me of the 10,000 wars' still tells me about how my extended
family and i got into a tangle about rumors.  but i don't feel quite as
helpless.  'language or the kiss' still represents career vs. home/family to
me, but i've seen others manage both.  so, ig therapy really works!  hehee.
it's good to be on an even keel for once.

diane - who last danced in her car furiously to shed your skin, a song that
she disliked only two years ago.
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<<okay, 1200 curfews is a compilation of many different performances.  so i
was wondering, do you think amy and emily have every performance that they
do recorded?  let me know what you think.  thanks!>>

depends what you mean by recorded...

there are four basic ways to record a concert (apart from audience taping)

1 - a board tape - just records what's coming out of the mixing desk and
into the pa system, which has been mixed for the venue and not for later
listening. chickenman off of 12,000 curfews is one of these. mostly they
don't give the best sound - instruments and voices are louder/quieter than
they should be.

2 - a live mix - done for radio broadcast (or internal
hearing-impaired-assistive-system). ghost from 120,000 curfews, also the
tracks from anchorage, winnipeg and san fransisco were originally for
broadcast (would love to hear the whole of those radio shows!!)

3 - a multi-track recording, the most expensive (but with the best sound),
like the london or philadelphia shows from 1,200,000 curfews. usually
there's a truck outside somewhere recording.

4 - a board mini-multi-track setup. i think 'jonas and exekial' from 120
curfews is done this way (and all of ani's 'living in clip'). using an
8-track adat recorder you can take a mixing desk feed of the show and remix
it later. a very cheap and effective way of doing things, and also a recent
innovation.

if it's 2 or 3 (and possibly 4) you can tell if they're recording the show
by looking at the inside of the speaker stacks. if there are microphones
right next to them for no other reason than pointing toward the audience
it's a cert. also if there's a microphone above the mixing desk pointing
toward the stage that's another clue.

i'm sure not all shows were recorded in the past, but it's likely that the
more recent gigs were all recorded, at least onto adat. i think it's
becoming more common for artists to do that. but with the live video (and
the tracks from there released on the 'cold beer' promo cd, they probably
brought in a truck and did it properly (#2).

i could probably do an analysis of the recording situate for the whole 1200
curfews album. one track (down by the river) was previously released on a
compilation, another (pushing the needle...)  came from an
other-songs-already-released show. and the san fransisco tracks, well the
whole show was also (allegedly) issued on a very scarce promo cassette.

so 1.2kc really comes from a core of five or six shows... i'd guess they
only really record two or three shows per tour the expensive professional
way...

long-winded answer, n'est pas?

and i still have a backlog of personal email to get to... oops :op

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if they do - and they haven't leaked the bread and roses benefit (sf 1996,
with joan and dar...)out yet, in my opinion -  they are sadists....

they should do the pearl jam thing and release every show officially (well,
provided pearl jam ever play live again)

mike reynolds
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in a message dated 7/12/00 8:31:42 am eastern daylight time,
cara.klein@interpath.net writes:

<< i would have loved to see that cowboy hat everyone said she has!
:) don't know why in the world i started to wonder about amys shirt......
cara >>


personally i dont like her cowboy hat, it looks plastic and too small for her
head.  i think she would look better in a bigger black cowboy hat  :)

indi

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just fyi

  dr laura 'deeply moved' by republican support

washington -- the washington post reports laura schlessinger -- whose "dr.
laura" television show has spurred angry gay demonstrations all over the
country -- met with republican leaders on capitol hill thursday looking for
political allies and some old-fashioned moral support.

"to meet these people in living color -- or at least washington color -- was
thrilling for me," schlessinger told the post after meeting with house
majority leader dick armey, republican whip tom delay, senate majority leader
trent lott and former republican presidential candidate gary bauer.

"i was deeply moved by how much caring and support there was for me -- not
that i needed it," she said in an attempt at wry humor. "they're fighting the
political wars, and i'm in the middle of a cultural war."

<<<<<<<<<<<snip>>>>>>>>>>>.

birds of a feather.....

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hey all...
   here is a link to a local paper with a great
review from last nights
show.http://deseretnews.com/dn/view/0,1249,175018899,00.html?


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i wonder if i'm crazy, or if there has been in increase in ig on the radio.
i was once again, listening to 93.9, a detroit/windsor station, and i turned
on an ig song...i just sat there and listened and sang...til i realized, it
was cold beer and remote control!!
i'd never heard this one on the radio, but...it took me awhile to realize
this fact.  it thrilled me.
plus, they palyed sheryl crow next, and i thought that aws terribly cute,
being that wasn't she singing back up on cb&rc?

also, the next day, i was paying for ice cream and gas, then went out to
pump and ctf was on the radio when i turned on the music!!

then after the song, they said that before, the played kd lang's constant
craving.  after ctf they played me's angels will fall.  this is the 3rd time
ive heard them play these 3, at least w/in 4 songs.
haha, i wonder if they call it the "lesbian set" in the studio?

carol
(whos still saving up for ig in cleveland- this is depressing me!)
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mike!  list!  wow.  hi.

>looking for other shows - preferrably when she isn't
>about to commit suicide or having constant panic attacks onstage.

i've got one.  1.4.99- san francisco, @ bottom of the hill.  i think it's
from the covers tour, but really early on.  she does a mean version of that
fleetwood mac tune, the one that goes 'thunder only happens when it's
raining/ players only love you when they're playing.'  the one whose name
escapes me.

>igc - is it just me but does anyone else think amy must be a fan..
>chan basically got famous in atlanta
i'm sure our favorite punker in folkie's clothing has heard of the power
that is cat.  somebody ask her, next show.  slip her a tape or something.

>alot like rose in musical style - well - a suicidal dressing in black
>fragile rose polenzani - sorta.
you are so right (ive been telling rose and rose-groovers this for a couple
years but nobody seems to take my mouth or musical meanderings seriously).
the funny story being that i made ms p. a tape of chan, which she couldn't
bring herself to listen to for more than a song or so.  something about it
being too mellow.

i was going thru my saved messages the other day and came across about a
half dozen completed applications for a certain 1998 fall fling.  you guys
kill me.  if i ever get my inbox, aura, and cranial clutter cleaned out,
i'll prodigally return to these here parts.  for now, i fear you'll disown
me if i admit how long it's been since i've done anything remotely fan-like,
so let's just keep my infidelity on the dl.
anyhow, for the 2.5 of you who are interested, i'm not living in a hole,
just ohio.  life is full of thrills and glamour.  i am nine months behind in
email, sunburnt, kickboxing, and hooked on-- nay, superglued to-- erin
mckeown's latest and kristen hersh's first. oh, and flingers, i'm no longer
accepting applications-- the position has been filled.  how are you guys?
talk to me-- i'm dying to know when amy's solo album is coming out or if
em's got any new fillings.  pertinent things, you know.

*j

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i do not remember seeing this posted to the list, but yesterday while perusing
cnn.com, i could not help but notice that a film/video about lilith fair will
be released this coming fall. it will be in three formats...home video, tv
film, and get this...theatrical release...oooooh!

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looks like i might have an extra ticket to fri night show. one ticket
only, though. i'm at plaine@isomedia.com

paulal

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her  is too small for her head? (huh  ha! ha!)
you can barely see her eyebrows!  and you'd like it bigger?   i prefer
seeing amy without the hat.  she looks much better without it.

peace
barb

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garian i think this is so wonderful and i thank you so much for postig about
the candle and the project! the artists mentioned are amazing, especially emmy
lou harris and ani!!!!!...by the way for us ani fans who live in philly she
will be there in early sept..i think the sixth but i can't swear!!). i would
just be in awe if emily, amy, ani, and emmy lou did a song together!!!!!!!

w/ out sounding incredibly ignorant, who is greg brown? i aplolize if this is
an insulting question!! could someone mention some of his songs???

do the artists have to be super famous and known around the nation or can
artists that are mostly east coast attempt to contact bob? just wonderin!!!!!

thank you again for the post!!!! im all about some candles w/ our girls now!!!

have a great day all!

cara

garian wrote:

> hi,
>
> i've been off the main list for a while (glad i missed the ubiquitous and
> redundant mwmf arguments), but i have returned.  i have a few items of
> interest, i hope.
>
> 1. i tried to post this once before, but i don't know if it made it to the
> list.  red house records is lucy kaplansky's label and they are planning a
> compilation of greg brown covers by women.  please join me in suggesting
> the indigo girls for this project.
> email bob feldman <marketing@redhouserecords.com>
>
> >>i'm starting on a new project that will be a benefit cd of women
> >>doing greg brown's songs.  our first track came in yesterday from
> >>lucinda williams doing greg's "lately".  lucinda and bo ramsey did it
> >>together and it is definitely straight from the heart.  powerful. i'm
> >>still working on my list of women to ask to take part in it. iris
> >>dement, ani difranco, gillian welch, lucy kaplansky, cheryl wheeler,
> >>nina gerber, stacey earle are all contributing a song to the project.
> >>i'm also asking shawn colvin, mary chapin carpenter and emmy lou harris
> >>to participate.   i'm still waiting to hear from other artists.   if you
> >>have any suggestions of artists to include or songs they might do please
> >>email me.  i hope this will come out sometime next year.  have a great
> >>summer, bob feldman
>
> 2. i have convinced my cousin the candlemaker to make a special indigo
> candle for fans.  we can all place them on our shrines to our favorite
> girls!
> if you are interested, please see the candle link on my page:
> http://ucsu.colorado.edu/~vigil/home.html
>
> you will have to ask for the indigo candle because i don't think she has
> it listed on the website.  i believe they are $10, which is a great deal
> for a homemade candle.
>
> 3. people have mentioned buttons on the list.  i think list buttons are a
> good idea.  i have also been making little bottle cap buttons.  sounds
> weird, but if you're interested, send me a private email.  i also make
> hemp jewelry and stretchy bracelets.  i will do custom work.
>
> it was great to see all the familiar faces at red rocks.  hope i didn't
> sing too loud!!  :(
>
> -garian
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poor rose :(
does anyone get the names of her songs correct (never mind butchering her name)?!

brenda (listening to 'anybody' right now...)

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i know! i toyed with emailing the author of the review myself but it's over
and what productive purpose would it serve at this point?  i'm guessing they
sang "or" with rose, as it's on her "anybody" release as a trio.
admittedly, polenzani is a spelling challenge;)  i feel for her.  my name
was butchered in school. i got every spelling imaginable when it came time
to pass out valentines lol
------
poor rose :(
does anyone get the names of her songs correct (never mind butchering her
name)?!
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there are two i don't understand."
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emily is interviewed in the current issue of frontiers (g/l news magazine):
http://www.frontiersweb.com/v19iss06/feat5.htm

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"we have two records left in our contract and it remains to be
seen what happens after that."

so, after the 'best of' there'll be one more record?? what an
odd thing to do...

but then, paul simon's been doing regular
album/compilation/regular album/compilation for the last fifteen
years...

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"...and i have to say that we're probably approaching somewhere near the
twilight of our career."

okay, i'm sad now.
it's hard to imagine life without excitedly awaiting that new indigo girls
release and then listening to it non-stop for weeks.

~robbin

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what is even more sad is the though of not seeing them in concert.  how
depressing that is.  obviously amy would go solo if there ever were an end
to the indigo girls, but do you guys think that emily would go solo also?

traci

ok, one more time i will ask, is there a list meet for seattle the 15th?
email privately if anyone would like to meet up with me and my husband for
the show.

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*  beneath a quilt somebody's mother made by     *
*  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
*  down through generations and the peach trees  *
*  stitched across the land"                     *
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        hey folks - sorry if i sound naggy. you have one day to contribute
to the cookbook project for emily. so far as i know, the list hasn't
planned any other birthday gifts for her, and now that we've all fallen in
love with her again after reading that interview, don't you want to give
something back?
        if you don't have a recipe of your own, call your mom. call your
grandma. find out how to make your favorite food that they've always made
for you. then send it to sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com asap. this is a
rare chance to give emily something that is unique and which she will
actually use and benefit from. plus we're gonna retain a txt file of all
the recipes and make it available to the list, so you'll be giving back to
this group, too. :)
        okay, now i'm done begging on behalf of the cookbook and will be
gofr myself. folks, if anybody has a pair of decent tickets to the
sacramento show that they feel like selling, please let me know. i would
be extremely grateful... i can;t vouch for eternity, but for a really,
reeeealllly long time.
        thanks, folks -
        mandy the nag

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

                                amy ray

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ok-- not wanting to hurt myself by jumping to any conclusions....but is it
possible that in the near future our beloved indigo girls will become a thing
of the past?!?!?-- judging by how much emphasis is being placed on amy's
upcomming solo album and the talk of their epic contract drawing to a close,
i can't help but wonder if the goddesses we admire so much will complete the
final chapter as our favorite duo? i can't even fathom the idea of no more
cds and tours! some of my most favorite memories of all time are from their
concerts! i understand that they have been playing together for two decades
and that non-stop touring must be difficult-- i mean they are human, too.
they have their own lives, relationships, hobbies, etc-- but i've just always
assumed that they'd play forever....     peace and music--ashley

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first of all, i'm hurt.  jill gets mentioned on polenzani's cd and then
drops off the face of the earth.  remember all those late nights and bitter
sweet tears we shared, jill?  remember talking on aol's instant message
thing about 2 foot flame and jean smith?  remember how you taught me how to
please myself ... by sharing a cookie recipe?  oh, wait, that was someone
else.  so, who is jill certo now?

chan marshall has been played on the radio here for too long.  the covers cd
must be completely worn out at wras-fm.  personally, i'm sick of it.

seriously, jill, when are you moving to ga?

also, i lost your address.  where are you receiving your mail?

lovingly, chee

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>date: thu, 13 jul 2000 01:11:36 edt
>
>mike!  list!  wow.  hi.
>
>>looking for other shows - preferrably when she isn't
>>about to commit suicide or having constant panic attacks onstage.
>
>i've got one.  1.4.99- san francisco, @ bottom of the hill.  i think it's
>from the covers tour, but really early on.  she does a mean version of that
>fleetwood mac tune, the one that goes 'thunder only happens when it's
>raining/ players only love you when they're playing.'  the one whose name
>escapes me.
>
>>igc - is it just me but does anyone else think amy must be a fan..
>>chan basically got famous in atlanta
>i'm sure our favorite punker in folkie's clothing has heard of the power
>that is cat.  somebody ask her, next show.  slip her a tape or something.
>
>>alot like rose in musical style - well - a suicidal dressing in black
>>fragile rose polenzani - sorta.
>you are so right (ive been telling rose and rose-groovers this for a couple
>years but nobody seems to take my mouth or musical meanderings seriously).
>the funny story being that i made ms p. a tape of chan, which she couldn't
>bring herself to listen to for more than a song or so.  something about it
>being too mellow.
>
>i was going thru my saved messages the other day and came across about a
>half dozen completed applications for a certain 1998 fall fling.  you guys
>kill me.  if i ever get my inbox, aura, and cranial clutter cleaned out,
>i'll prodigally return to these here parts.  for now, i fear you'll disown
>me if i admit how long it's been since i've done anything remotely
>fan-like,
>so let's just keep my infidelity on the dl.
>anyhow, for the 2.5 of you who are interested, i'm not living in a hole,
>just ohio.  life is full of thrills and glamour.  i am nine months behind
>in
>email, sunburnt, kickboxing, and hooked on-- nay, superglued to-- erin
>mckeown's latest and kristen hersh's first. oh, and flingers, i'm no longer
>accepting applications-- the position has been filled.  how are you guys?
>talk to me-- i'm dying to know when amy's solo album is coming out or if
>em's got any new fillings.  pertinent things, you know.
>
>*j
>
>don't count your chickens until you've walked a mile in their underwear.
>-emf
>
>
>
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ok, maybe i (by mistake) deleted something that i shouldn't have, but where
can i find this interview?

:-) karen (old e-mail prochoicer@gurlmail.com)

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subject:      boot collection (buh-bye?)

hi folks,

for many long years now i have collected ig bootlegs, and for the last four i've carted them around with me, from dwelling to dwelling, wondering if i'd ever listen to them again.  with a few exceptions, i think the answer is "no," so i've been entertaining the idea of getting rid of them.  i've got somewhere between 200 and 300, i think, probably more.  who knows?  anyhow, i'm thinking about selling them for the cost of the blank tapes.  would anyone be interested in taking the whole collection off my hands?  if someone makes me any kind of decent offer for all of them (or a good chunk of the pie) i'd probably send them off your way with a smile.  so please write if you'd like to jump-start your own boot collection, or if you'd like to talk about it.  thanks!

best,
margaret

ps--my $.02: i do think that ig will play "forever," but i wouldn't be surprised if they take it down a few notches as they move on through their own lives (fewer records, less touring, etc.).

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hi folks,

here is the emily interview which was previously mentioned.
it's on the web at
http://www.frontiersweb.com/v19iss06/feat5.htm...

-sherlyn


---begin article---
"social" call

indigo girl emily saliers talks about politics, the future,
and lesbians with acoustic guitars

by lawrence ferber

consider the indigo girls' emily saliers a fearless soul.
she and musical partner amy ray are both out and political
within an industry that frowns on such things. on their
latest album, "come on now social" (epic), they've
surprised fans and critics with a radical departure in
sound. but most of all, consider saliers fearless for her
willingness to stand up for the goosebump-inducing,
horrific (gasp!) lesbian with an acoustic guitar!

"you know, women get such shit for picking up an acoustic
guitar!" she laughs. "i don't know what that's all about."

well, actually, she does. because while the indigo girls
have perfected the musical amalgamation of emotional
sincerity, political activism, poetry and melody over the
past two decades, this wasn't always so. indeed, saliers
admits her earliest politic-tinged songs were "real
clunkers," and acknowledges that "it's very difficult to
write a political song that is clever or well-written that
doesn't hit you over the head."

regardless, she affirms the right for all lesbiankind--and
womankind in general--to strap up, strum, and sing about
whatever issue they want, whether it be at womyn's music
festivals, around campfires, or simply at home, as saliers
is today in georgia. "i'd rather have a festival where
people are really trying to support each other," she says,
"where a dollar from every ticket sale is given to a
women's shelter, than a festival where a bunch of people
get together and beat each other's heads in. i get a little
sick of people criticizing music that comes from the heart,
and women especially have a hard time with it. you could
get any number of these commercial alternative bands now,
even the harder bands, and a lot of their content is about
searching for self-esteem or dealing with heavy issues like
suicide. but they never get criticized for the content of
their songs! it's only women, and particularly women with
acoustic guitars, who get criticized with that. so you
know, when i see a woman picking up an acoustic guitar,
i'm like, 'more power to you.' "

their seventh full-length album, "come on now social" is a
powerful, possibly perfect album, and represents a pivotal
turning point for the multiplatinum-selling,
grammy-nominated duo. famous for their acoustic, swooning,
harmony-laced ballads, saliers and ray decided to get
plugged-in, richer in instrumentation and more diverse this
time around, enlisting producer john reynolds, sinéad
o'connor's backing band ghostland (of which reynolds is
drummer), and an impressive roster of guest stars, including
sheryl crow, meshell ndegéocello, and kate schellenbach
of luscious jackson. "we're fans of all those people who are
on the record," saliers gushes, "and to have legends from
the band like garth hudson and rick danko--to be able to
work with rick before he passed away, i just can't put that
into words. or sitting in the control room and seeing joan
osborne coming up with her own vocal parts on your
songs--it's pretty awesome."

while the shift in musical direction has been likened to a
stylistic gamble in some critics' estimations--a successful
gamble that could rope in fans heretofore wary of lesbians
with acoustic guitars, it should be noted--saliers prefers
to look at it as a natural progression. "i don't think it
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was a gamble," she explains.  "we were sort of going that
way. i was really enjoying playing electric guitar and amy
had written some prototype electric songs. the biggest shift
actually was working with a different producer and new
players. that was big, but it was great and the right time
to make a change."

"i think the songs are really different from each other,"
she adds of the album's content. "you have a couple of
appalachian-type songs, pop songs, ballads, [and] rock
songs, so i think there's a lot of variety within the
record."

there's also, as one would expect, a fair share of politics,
although they've never been this sublimely and expertly
honed. and that's saying a lot, considering how the indigos
were already deities of their genre.

"i think when you're trying to craft a song, make a song a
good song, you start out with your emotional reaction to
something, which is always how amy and i write," saliers
explains. "we write about things that have been plaguing us,
or we've been thinking about. then you try to make the song
as powerful as possible in terms of craft, and when you do
that, a lot of times you might end up making something more
sublime or poetic or think of a way to make the words rhyme
that just has a greater impact. it depends on the song,
though, because other times the best way to say it is just
to say it out simply and say it straight. but amy and i are
very political people; we're activists, and these are just
things that concern us, so when we go to write songs we
just can't get around wanting to write about material that
often ends up being serious."

saliers admits that the celtic/country-tinged "faye
tucker," a rumination on the first woman executed in texas
since civil war days and the opportunistic media fracas
that surrounded the affair "obviously brings a lot of
attention to itself because it's a very intense subject,"
she says. "amy and i are staunch anti-death penalty
activists. we get a lot of discussion about it." and songs
like the kickin' album kickoff, "go," the ultra-contagious
bruce cockburn-meets-u2 nugget "trouble," and beautiful
hidden track, "philosophy of loss," mix potent messages
into their shimmering streams of sound.

saliers reports they've never encountered pressure from
their record label to tone down or eradicate the
political/queer edge from their music (or beyond: the liner
notes for "social" include a list of resources related to
women, the environment and queers), although you never know
what gets whispered behind closed doors. "i think maybe that
stuff gets said behind our backs in the boardroom," she
admits, "but nobody's ever come to us and blatantly said,
'you need to do this or do that.' and, quite frankly, i
think we made it clear from the start that we just are who
we are and take it or leave it. we never tried to shape our
music or career in any way to make it more accessible or
make us more famous or more money. we're pretty much coming
from the same place that we did 15 years ago when we were
just a bar band."

saliers and ray first met as kids in a decatur, ga.,
elementary school. by 1981, they laid down their first
tracks, and experimentally dubbed themselves "the b-band,"
and, more austerely, "saliers and ray." the indigo girls
officially came into being in 1985, following a brief
separation and reconvening at emory college. their
eponymous major label debut hit the racks in 1989, and has
since approached double-platinum status. not bad for a
couple of lesbians with acoustic guitars.

an admitted groove addict, "come on now social" finally
allowed saliers to get her own on. "having meshell in the
studio was so funky and so great," she beams. "i have a lot
of soul inside me i'm not allowed to express the way i'd
like to. but i grew up on jackson 5, and my coming-out
songs were chaka khan songs, you know? 'ain't nobody' and
'i feel for you,' stuff like that, so i love that kind of
music and anybody who can help me get closer to that, i
invite into the studio."

as for whom saliers invites into bed, she's shacked up in a
"committed relationship," while ray has her own girlfriend.
so no, the two aren't a couple. "we never have been and
never will be," saliers assures without even a modicum of
dubiety. "it's just we're so different. but we're really,
really good friends; we're like sisters. i admire amy so
much and think she does such good work," she effuses. "we
have a kind of relationship where i'll call her up and ask
how that's going even though i really have nothing to do
with it. and if i've got big things going on in my life she
calls and checks in with me. it's a very strong friendship,
and then usually when we go home we just go our separate
ways and then we'll miss each other and then when we see
each other again it's great."

saliers will be seeing plenty of ray throughout this summer
as their exhaustive tour takes them from atlanta to
hollywood. beyond that, it's all a big unknown, but saliers
is willing to ponder. "it's such a mysterious continuum,
you know?" she says. "i think, musically speaking, playing
with new band members has been a really good decision. as
far as personally, we have two records left in our contract
and it remains to be seen what happens after that. we may
go independent. amy's much more leaning that way, so we'll
have those discussions when the time arises, and that might
be a pivotal point. this is sort of like a fickle business
and i feel grateful we've been able to have a career for as
long as we have, and i have to say that we're probably
approaching somewhere near the twilight of our career. but
i just take one day at a time."

the indigo girls are currently on tour and will play at the
house of blues in west hollywood july 27 and 28. for ticket
information, call 323/848-5100 or see www.hob.com or
www.indigogirls.com .

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*** rose polenzani
anybody
(daemon)
the simple tinkling of an acoustic guitar playing unexpected chord changes, a
poetic vision drenched with religious imagery, and a wistful vocal style make
rose polenzani a songwriter to watch. "or," a song about a woman balanced on
the edge of suicide, benefits from the mournful harmonies of indigo girls,
but it's polenzani's delicate voice that cuts to the bone. "olga's birthday,"
a disturbing ballad about a woman discovered in the arms of another woman, is
as bleak and ominous as anything gillian welch has recorded, but polenzani
manages a happy ending without letting go of the song's unbearable tension.
like welch, polenzani is drawn to the rhythms of the country blues and
ancient murder ballads that form the bedrock of much american folk and
country music, but her ornate vocals add tiny sparks of light to her dark
visions. she recently won the ascap sammy cahn lyricist award, and voices on
the verge, a singer/songwriter group she's part of, are cutting an album for
rykodisc, so this unknown isn't going to be maintaining her low profile much
longer.


-- j. poet

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i too miss the slightly fumbling toward catastrophe ms. certo. what will it
take to bring ms. certo back to the fold.
(that was a compliment, in a wierd way)

come back to the list jill.
(please)
mike reynolds
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date:         thu, 13 jul 2000 20:59:28 -0400
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amy has made it no secret (quote@ uconn "that's michelle malone - she is on
an independent label - we hope to be too someday)

i doubt the ig would break up after a meaningless record contract - hey if
they did - it would suck - but i doubt it would be one of those emotional
"you suck" breakups - hell - amy could play punk clubs with the butchies -
people evolve - the 10,000 manaics lost natalie - yet are awesome to see in
smaller venues than the've played in 15 years.

if anything - ig may play smaller venues with no major label support - i
wouldn't complain...

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hey all,
        i agree  with mike that when the ig epic contract is up, it'll probably
mainly mean a less to non-corporate atmosphere for them when it comes to
making and marketing their music and that will probably be a really good
thing for them and their fans.
        i see both amy and emily flourishing in their solo pursuits, musical and
otherwise, but still staying connected to each other in some way or another
for a very long time. in 10 years, that might not mean the indigo girls as
we've known them, maybe less frequent collaborations. their partnership has
outlasted many and thinking about the day when they're no more is really
sad for me, but they are one of the few musical groups that has given me so
much through the years and all i want is for both of them to be happy in
their life's work.
        while i don't think they've compromised their activism because of their
epic affiliation, i am excited to think they might have more time to devote
to it in the future...that will be really amazing to see.
        if they go indie next, which is looking likely, do you guys think it'll be
dameon?
        i thought they had just one more record left on the epic deal, and that it
was going to be the compilation due out next...so there's one more after
that?
        michelle

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date:         thu, 13 jul 2000 23:11:03 -0500
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awe come on ya guys! we sound like we're at their funeral talking oh how
we're so blessed
to have known  them in their time.  they'll be around.....they've been
together for twenty years, they were friends before they solidified the
act,  they're not  going to just dissappear altogether with. they have
stuff they'd like to
do that they've never done  because of their career and i think that
although they may not be ona major label,  we will still see them.

it just might not be for a few more years.  (being  daemon never gets up
to minnesota
without ig.)

it's wonderful that amy wants to give life to some new-born, it sort of
contrasts the  ra-ra
go-get-'em amy we're used to seeing.  and i
wish just as much blessings on emily and her loved-ones   happines to
all the girls in whatever they do......together or not.

but if they do have a last show in mind that  they'll put it out on
video  or pay per view, so we
we have a nice keepsake.
peace
barb

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indigo girls plan lively show; solo albums may be in future for both
friday, july 14, 2000

by gene stout
seattle post-intelligencer pop music critic

after years of thinking about it, indigo girl amy ray has finally decided to
record her first solo album.
"it's kind of punk in sentiment," ray said in a phone interview. "it's very
low-budget, and it's mostly electric."
though ray and emily saliers formed indigo girls in the early '80s, neither
has ever stepped away from the super-popular folk-rock duo long enough to
record a solo album. ray will return to the studio this summer and fall to
finish work on the untitled record produced by david barbie of sugar.
"i've wanted to do it for a long time. it's amazing how long it takes to get
things done," she said.
saliers also wants to record a solo album.
"we both like the idea of doing things individually because it helps us as a
duo. it just brings in new information, new ways of looking at things," ray
said.
the duo's sold-out concerts tonight and tomorrow at pier 62/63 won't include
any of ray's new songs, but ray and saliers plan to perform about half the
songs on their current album, "come on now social," as well as such fan
favorites as the anthemic "closer to fine," the duo's breakthrough hit of
the late '80s.
"we come out and do the song alone now, without the band, and everyone in
the audience sings along," ray said.
the show includes a complete version of the song "go," which for years has
been little more than a spirited chorus added to other tunes in concert.
ray finally finished the song earlier this year.
"i just couldn't finish it for some reason," ray said.
"and then we did this high school tour and a few shows were canceled because
the parents found out we're gay and didn't want us to be at the schools.
there was a huge uproar and the kids protested and staged these walkouts. it
was very inspiring to me. so i finally finished the song on the heels of
that."
backing the duo in concert are blair cunningham on drums, carol isaacs on
keyboards and accordion, clare kenny on bass and matt brubeck on cello.
ray and saliers also plan to jam with their opening acts -- r&b, hip-hop and
reggae band spearhead and singer-songwriter rose polemzani, an artist on
ray's 10-year-old daemon label.
"she's an incredible, unbelievable songwriter," ray said. "her music is very
dark, almost leonard cohen-esque."

the indigo girls set includes a version of "midnight train to georgia"
featuring the singers from spearhead.
"they're incredible vocalists, so it's really a killer song," ray said. "and
they're a great band to go on before us. they get everyone up and totally
dancing."
ray will return to seattle in the fall to deliver a keynote speech at the
rockrgrl music conference 2000 nov. 2 to 4 at the renaissance madison hotel.
the women's music conference will be presented by rockrgrl magazine, based
on mercer island.
it "seemed like a great thing," ray said, "because we're in the midst of
this lilith fair backlash; women have suffered a lot in the last year
radiowise and industrywise.
"when women start suffering a backlash, it means that we have to build a
community and help each other out. because if we don't, no one else is going
to."

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well two more days and then we'll be voting on designs for
bumperstickers!  sooooo if you have any designs &/or ideas, you know who
you can contact.....and now back to your favorite  ig
music program.

peace
barb

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for those new to this topic, i forgot, please contact me i private.
thanks

barb

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hey y'all!

i just wanted to drop a note and remind everyone that the official site =
has a webcast listed for today, the 14th of july.  i don't know what, =
when, where, or any of those details, so hit the site, =
www.indigogirls.com for more info as i am sure it will be available =
later today!

happy webcasting?lol

love,
phillip

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that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye."
the fox, the little prince - antoine de saint exupery

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ooooo.

channel 103.1 is playing that song right now, right after plugging the ig
shows on the 27th and 28th at the house of blues here.

boy, will i miss being able to listen to this station in the car . . . from
all appearances they will be moving to an internet-broadcast format, but god
knows i couldn't afford the cellular bills even if i *had* a way to access
it from the car.

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knows the way from your heart to your brain: know that you're whole.
and you're shining like the brightest star, a transmission on the
midnight radio . . . " -- hedwig and the angry inch

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emily has been saying things like this for years, so i don't think this
particular interview is any cause for panic or mourning or whatever.  but i
think we need to be realistic: amy and emily have spent a huge chunk of
their adult lives on the road.  and they've both got lots of other things
going on in their lives.  they love playing together too much to stop
entirely -- emily *always* talks this way when she's home, but when asked on
the road whether they're going to retire, she says 'no way' -- but it would
be pretty weird if they *didn't* slow down, if they didn't restructure their
ig lives to allow more space for the other atlanta-based things.
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check out the girls on planetout.com:
http://www.planetout.com/pno/multimedia/television/
scroll down to where it says

queer's folk
             the indigo girls have
             been singing and
             strumming for
             almost 15 years, and
             using their exposure
to help out countless causes along
the way. we visit emily and amy to
talk about music, activism, and life
on the road. (3:03 mins.;
planetout's queertelevision)

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 07:05:56 -0700
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subject:      daemon records in curve magazine
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check out this months (august 2000) curve magazine...not only does sinead come out...but there is a little article on amy and daemon records! d:)


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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 07:11:22 -0700
reply-to:     amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
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subject:      list tees - please read!
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hey everyone -

i've received approval on the list tee project from the list owners, so
it looks like a go. so far, 100 shirts have been requested. this is a
little low. please, do me a favor and view the design, then let me know
(via webpoll) if you're planning on buying a shirt. please vote more
than once if you are planning on buying more than one shirt. if we have
interest in less than 150 shirts, i'm going to hold off for awhile
longer.

http://www.indigirl.com/igc.html

i've received some requests for shirt type, and this is what i'm
thinking. last time, i offered two different colors of shirts in a
bunch of sizes. this drove the cost up a bit since ordering in quantity
gets the best price. i'd like to offer two styles of shirts again -
gives the most variety.

*       a baby-tee style shirt, offered in m or l
        these will most likely cost a little more than the regular tees.
*       regular short sleeved tee, offered in l-xxxl
        around $14-15.

i think both would look good in a heathered gray, with purple and black
silk screening. so far, the request has been for the design to be on
front, with nothing on the back.

please check out the design, and if you're interested, let me know.
also, please let me know if the sizes proposed above won't work for
you.

please refrain from emailing the entire list on this topic.

once i feel we have enough interest and that there's a consensus of
sorts with the styles and design, i'll be creating a web order form
where you can place an official order.

***a note to aol users***
the aol browsers don't seem to like the javascript on my site and
sometimes won't let users in. if you need me to email you the design,
please let me know.

thanks gang! :)
amy

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 07:25:02 -0700
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i'm sorry for clogging all your inboxes this morning! one more thing -
please email me if you feel strongly about the placement of the image.

two options:
* image on front, nothing on back
* image on back, small logo w/guitars and address on front (this will
cost more)

i'm taking a vote, so email me privately if you feel strongly about
this issue.

thanks! :)
amy

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 07:48:39 -0700
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thanks for pointing this out phillip!

if you click on the realnetworks link in the blurb in their site it
will open up real player for you and you'll hear a little announcement.
sit through it and then wait a few minutes, and you'll see links and
sucha ll about the concert.  it is tonight at 11:15pm est.

jean


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> hey y'all!
>
> i just wanted to drop a note and remind everyone that the official
> site has a webcast listed for today, the 14th of july.  i don't know
> what, when, where, or any of those details, so hit the site,
> www.indigogirls.com for more info as i am sure it will be available
> later today!
>
> happy webcasting?lol
>
> love,
> phillip
>
> "..here is my secret, a very simple secret:  it is only with the
> heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the
> eye."
> the fox, the little prince - antoine de saint exupery
>


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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 10:42:56 -0400
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hey y'all,

sorry for the wob but does anyone have some pics from the uptown girls,
uptown lounge show in 1990?  i'm making a tape for somebody and wanted to
make it all pretty-like...  or if anyone has a pic of the actual venue
uptown lounge, that would be super-ific as well!

thanks,
-mkc
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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 11:14:09 -0400
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subject:      re: [ig-news] webcast later today..
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at 01:17 am 7/14/00, phillip soloweszyk wrote:

>hey y'all!
>
>i just wanted to drop a note and remind everyone that the official site
>has a webcast listed for today, the 14th of july.  i don't know what,
>when, where, or any of those details, so hit the site,
>www.indigogirls.com for more info as i am sure it will be available later
>today!

it's at <http://www.real.com/>, 11:15pm est.

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 20:38:04 -0700
reply-to:     hlc <hlc@portal.ca>
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quick report on the vancouver show at the qe theatre last night.

awesome show with a nicely varied set list. i didn't write it down and
didn't manage to get one after someone scooped all but a few from the
stage before sulli could toss them out but it included a lot of old and
new. sister, tried to be true, 3 hits, vw, and a good mix from sots and
cons then a fabulous version of  midnight train to georgia (getting
homesick perhaps?) with rose and spearhead.

amy said she was really happy because her dad had heart surgery that day
and was doing fine. apparently her brother had told her that he had said
"tell her, number one fan is doing fine". which brought an awww from the
crowd. emily said maybe they would try to play victoria next year when
asked (after whining from the crowd about seattle getting 2 shows).
anyway, great laid back show. even the security people didn't stop folks
from dancing up front.

on to seattle....

helen

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 08:57:29 -0700
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subject:      re: webcast later today..
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fyi-

from what i heard (emily on kmtt this morning) the webcast is audio only.

-bon

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 10:18:09 -0700
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on fri, 14 jul 2000 20:38:04   hlc wrote:

>
>amy said she was really happy because her dad had heart surgery that day
>and was doing fine. apparently her brother had told her that he had said
>"tell her, number one fan is doing fine". which brought an awww from the
>crowd.

this was nice news. :) i'd seen a message wondering what was up with amy, so i'm guessing she was worried about her dad. she sure seemed happy last night!


emily said maybe they would try to play victoria next year when
>asked (after whining from the crowd about seattle getting 2 shows).

yay!

>on to seattle....
>
>helen

ok, i'm a goof so i tried to scrawl down the songs as it went along. in the dark. very clever. i thiiiink i've got the order right. some songs are written over top each other!

well, first of all, emily came out at the very beginning to introduce rose and people clapped for her. emily i mean! rose was great :) we got her new cd. she was really cute because when she first came out she said she'd only been in canada twice before. but this was the first time in a pink shirt so that was new. *l* she sounds a bit like lisa loeb (the prettiness of her voice) and kinda swoopy like sarah. mellow music. she introduced one of her songs and said "this song is a useful tool for those of you having trouble getting someone to sleep with you."  and everyone laughed and cheered. then she said "i didn't say it would get them to sleep with you, just that it's a useful tool!"  oh hell!

spearhead was fun. yay!

ok, so finally... the girls!

ozilline
virginia woolf
tried to be true
trouble
gone again
you and me of the 10,000 wars
shed your skim - rowdy amy!!
peace tonight
faye tucker - spine-tingling live.
closer to fine
three hits
philosophy of loss - emily is incredible.
go
get out the map
midnight train to georgia
shame on you

encores.

rose's song or. the girls sing back-up harmonies. very beautiful song. when they all sing together it's just heavenly.

galileo!  what, you thought they'd sing something else?  *g*


it was a great night. :)  and i see what everyone means about the bumperstickers not being so thrilling. there were some cute shirts, but $35 for a tshirt isn't quite so necessary for me right now!

i hope everyone in seattle has a great time! if only i could catch the webcast... seeing two shows in two nights? nope, not too much for me!

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 13:41:02 edt
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is the ig and micheal stipe song "i'll give you my skin" on a cd somewhere?

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 11:42:56 -0700
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i think it's on the "tame yourself" cd put out by pita.

kc

ashley coats wrote:

> is the ig and micheal stipe song "i'll give you my skin" on a cd somewhere?
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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 18:08:09 gmt
reply-to:     robbin love <robbin_150@hotmail.com>
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the cd is "tame yourself."
it's a benefit for peta, people for the ethical treatment of animals.

~robbin

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 14:18:30 edt
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maybe it was the peta 'give you my skin' request that channeled me back to 1989/90 but... i was thinking about an ig show i saw in august 1990 at the paradise in boston (now closed). amy singing 'all along the watchtower'...anybody have a copy of this show that they'd be willing to share?  i have my doubts since it was a small venue and fairly ancient history but, hey, i know you are a longstanding devoted bunch!

have a great weekend!

email me privately,
brenda :)

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 14:23:19 edt
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that was august 1989, not 1990...

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 18:06:03 edt
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curious- with all you musicians out there, does anyone know of a good website
that sells used guitars, or auctions them?  ive heard of them, just dont know
any addys... thanks!
~et

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