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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 20:37:27 edt
reply-to:     indigokare@aol.com
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yeah.  the "i'll give you my skin" song is on some benefit for peta or
something like that (i just remember we had it at witt's radio station where
i dj'd)...

:-) karen

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 21:09:37 -0400
reply-to:     i can talk to the animals <sparke61@maine.edu>
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whoever said that it was on the cd/cassette "tame yourself" is right...i
have the tape. and yes, it was a benefit for peta.
sharon

at 08:37 pm 7/14/2000 edt, karen, the biggest indigo bitch of japan wrote:
>yeah.  the "i'll give you my skin" song is on some benefit for peta or
>something like that (i just remember we had it at witt's radio station where
>i dj'd)...
>
>:-) karen
>

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 19:33:05 -0400
reply-to:     mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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subject:      boston 89 show - well - portland 87 anyone?
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does this even exist? i never thought they made it to boston in 89 other
than opening for neil young, which i have...

anyone got the portland maine tree cafe show from 1987 where 8 people showed
up?

(and yes, i met someone who was there, she didn't tape it, but i met her
like way before i  knew about the list (which i'm guessing was in 91 -
sitting at a cafe during the gulf war.)

god, that dates me. somehow i feel far older than i should.
mike reynolds
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from: brenda t. fenton <btfenton@aol.com>
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sent: friday, july 14, 2000 2:18 pm
subject: an oldie but goodie (no, not rose's goody)


> 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 21:43:50 edt
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hey y'all!

i realize i am posting rather early.  i am sorry.  but i was wondering if
there's going to be a listmeet for the 7/22 berkeley, ca show.  i am flying
out to berkeley/sf/oakland on thursday morning for job and grad school
interviews.  i thought i'd be bringing my laptop, but it is in the shop, so
in berkeley, i'll have no computer access.  so if there's going to be a
listmeet, lemme know soon (before thursday) so i'll know the details.

also, today i was driving home and i was laughing about our old mr. limes
from years back.  the one that stuck out was in "get out the map" someone
thought that emily was saying "suck that gutter dry" for "suck that good
earth dry."  does anyone have any new ones?  those were really funny!

allrighty, anyone going to the berkeley show?  e-mail me!

:-) karen

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 20:46:55 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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hello everyone,

you are witnessing the creation of a new ig site. it is still under
construction, and i have no idea what to do after this gets published
but you can try accessing it at
http://community.webtv.net/ritesofpassage9/foreverindigogirls

if you have anything, (i especially need pictures.)  let me know if
you're interested.
if nothing happens please get back to me so i can try and fix things.

peace
barb


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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 21:58:54 -0500
reply-to:     wilfred pennington <unclwil@midwest.net>
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hey all,
somebody posted earlier and said they thought the web cast was audio only,
but i just accessed the webcast link from the ig site and it's up already
with filler music going and there is a video along with it of the venue and
folks moving about and settling in, so that could add some fun to it : )
enjoy,
michelle

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 22:03:51 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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here is what i have  for the slogan/s on the
bumperstickers so far.  don't hold back just let your creative minds
flow because i'm still open for designs  and we don't have to have just
one design.we could have a first round of votes and then a second one,
and third one.  so that there are like two or three designs available,
and listees can pick and choose what they'd like. what's the consensus?
please email me privately. thanks.

a+e=ig
amy ray for president
what would amy and emily do?
girls rock!!!!!
ig rocks!!!!!
ig rules
amy+emily~election 2000

like i said these are what i have so far for suggestions.

peace
barb

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 22:13:27 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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subject:      apology bumpers
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i'm so sorry  you all, in my harried mind i forgot
to add the subject in my last post..

i won't take up any mor space for bumpers tonight. thanks.

peace
barb

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 00:18:30 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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i found these in my saved emails

a+e=ig  (this is different from the a+e=ig  posted ealier.)

go-head
"what a led sky"
"what would you give for your kid fears?

peace
barb

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 00:22:59 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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here are more suggestions

a+e=ig (differs from a+e=ig put up earlier
go-head
"what a blessed sky"
"what would you give for your kid fears?"

peace
barb

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 01:31:55 edt
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i have been behind,  is there a meet in portland? and where?

tat

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date:         fri, 14 jul 2000 22:35:33 -0700
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hey ya'll, ok first i was just wondering if any kind soul out there
happened to get a boot and/or pictures of last night's indigo girls show in
vancouver? also i wrote a really long review for my friends, but i don't
really wanna post it here, cause it's very rambly and typo-ridden, not to
mention the inchorentness and swearing (hey, i was excited ) so if anyone
wants me to send it to them privately, just e-mail me :-)) thanks, bron

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 06:43:31 edt
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subject:      seattle setlist for friday
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hey guys here's the setlist for fridays show in no particular order.... ;)

peace tonight
gone again
go
soon be to nothing
trouble
faye tucker
shame on you
scooter boys
galileo
virginia wolf
chickenman
least complicated
power of two
closer to fine
tried to be true
midnight train to georgia (with spearhead)
some cool song with rose p.  chorus "hey you, ive come undone..." or
something
philosophy of loss

i think thats about it!! all in all amazing show!!! cant wait to go tomorro
night!!

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 06:13:54 -0700
reply-to:     lori ann <liltree@yahoo.com>
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hey folkies,

your friendly neighborhood contest host here to
promote her latest contest and point out that it
closes in about a week.  so if you want to play and
still need to study you'd better get crackin'.  i will
accept entries dated july 21, up to midnight my time.
my time zone is -1000 gmt so that gives some of you
the appearance of a whole extra day.  link:
http://www.geocities.com/sunsetstrip/frontrow/8979/special/contest.html
enjoy yourselves.

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 09:38:06 -0700
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on sat, 15 july 2000, ryan simantel wrote:

> the rose p. song is called or and it is on her cd...d:)

> hey guys here's the setlist for fridays show in no particular order.... ;)
>
> peace tonight
> gone again
> go
> soon be to nothing
> trouble
> faye tucker
> shame on you
> scooter boys
> galileo
> virginia wolf
> chickenman
> least complicated
> power of two
> closer to fine
> tried to be true
> midnight train to georgia (with spearhead)
> some cool song with rose p.  chorus "hey you, ive come undone..." or
> something
> philosophy of loss
>
> i think thats about it!! all in all amazing show!!! cant wait to go tomorro
> night!!
>
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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 14:04:10 -0500
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we've got 12 ideas for bumpersticker slogans
here they all are together. ( thought it would be good to have them all
together.) so i don't think we need more. but will take more until 6cdt
tonight.

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date: sat, 15 jul 2000 13:55:37 -0500 (cdt)
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yeah, i'm taking designs and slogans for bumperstickers until 6pm cdt
tonight.

at 6pm i will stop. technically we have startd voting already. so if you
want to vote go ahead
we can't use the indigo girls name because it wouldn't be legal. the
voting will continue for about a week, and  i will keep the list
updated.
i have takenyour slogan down,
thank you for your interest.


the slogans:

"what would amy and emily do?"
a+e=ig
amy ray for president
girls rock!!!!!!!
ig rocks!!!!
ig rules!!!!!
amy and emily ~election 2000
a+e=ig
go-head
"what a blessed sky"
"what would you give for your kid fears?"
melborne wrecking crew

barb

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 17:05:11 -0400
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anyone tape it or was it like, horrible or something...

enquireing minds want to know.

mike reynolds
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date:         thu, 15 jun 2000 17:20:58 -0400
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it seemed to be typical of the shows i've seen reviewed on this tours - both
amy and em looked great...

there was a lot of buffering due to web congestion, but i really enjoyed
what i saw....

tim

> anyone tape it or was it like, horrible or something...
>
> enquireing minds want to know.
>
> mike reynolds

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 18:44:12 edt
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i slept through last nights webcast.if anyone taped it i'd like to trade for
it ( if i can stay awake long enough)
peace
duh pike

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 18:30:10 -0500
reply-to:     wilfred pennington <unclwil@midwest.net>
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subject:      web cast...blue boots?
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hey all,
yep, it seemed very much in line with what they've been doing on this leg
of the tour, but i think we all experienced a lot of buffering with
stops/starts in the concert that would have made taping difficult. it
didn't start back up where it left off, of course, you just lost that part
of it, which sometimes was half a song, i think.
        and due to buffering, i missed the interview right after they asked amy
where she got her blue boots, and i'd love to know if anyone got to hear
that part...along with what they discussed after that point in the
interview.
        amy said she wasn't feeling well when asked what they tended to do in a
city the day of a concert, so that might explain why some folks have said
she's looked a little off the past week or so...and i think she was
probably worried about her dad, too.
        oh, and they said in the interview that the end of their epic contract
wasn't as soon as everyone might think....they said the compilation album
due out this fall, for which they'll record a few new songs, does not count
towards their contract, leaving two more albums after that one. that's what
amy said, and i hadn't heard that before....they talked about returning to
their acoustic, stripped-down style, which amy said she'd been trying talk
emily into for a while : ) i thought it was quite a good interview, what i
heard of it, anyway.
michelle

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 18:08:20 -0700
reply-to:     trace & da swampdogs <clumber@bigfoot.com>
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subject:      travesty - anyone in olympia area want last minute tickets to
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it sucks.
we have 2 tickets to ig at the pier and we just realized that we just plain
don't want to go tonight.  we've had a hell of a week, and just don't want
to drive up.

i know i know... a total travesty.

we've seen them many many times now, including at the pier.  we don't want
the tickets to go to waste, so if you can physically get ahold of our
tickets  in time to get yourself to the pier for the concert, they're
yours.  we are on the east side of olympia (washington).  email us.  first
come, they are yours.  sorry for the last minuteness.  that's how we tend
to make these sorts of decisions.

please no hate mail about how could we possibly blah blah blah - we just
need a night off from the planet, you know?

jeni and tracy (does this officially make us old farts?)

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 21:48:13 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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the 6pmcdt deadline as passed and we have
a lot of suggestions. we've got 15 and if i take more than we'll end up
with more than we can all handle.  thnks for everyone's input. and now
now once again, here's what we have (please save this email because you
will not get another list.)

"what would amy and emiy do?"
a+e=ig
amy ray for president
girls rock!!!!!
ig rules!!!!!!
amy and emily~election 2000
a+e=ig
go-head
"what a blessed sky."
"what would you give fo your kid fears"
melbourne wrecking crew
shame on you
"closer i am to fine"
'thanks ya'all"

those are the choices.
i'll get back to you all next saturday.

peace
barb

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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 22:00:53 cdt
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lisa sanderson posted to the list saying something about dr. laura playing
the song shame on you in her program.

i know the common consensus is that she is doing it as a cutting down method
on people doing what she considers *wrong*.

wouldn't it be great if a not *out* person on her staff choose that song as
a way of sticking in a song by the indigo girls and promoting the gay
lifestyle. again i don't know how the song is being used on the show because
i refuse to listen to her garbage. does laura even know that shame on you is
by artists who are gay....????

seems if she knew she would be horrifed lol

just my thoughts...

paula


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date:         sat, 15 jul 2000 22:59:52 cdt
reply-to:     paula shepherd <igfan19@hotmail.com>
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hey good folks,

i just signed back on to the list a few weeks ago. and its good to be back.
sounds like all you folks out there in the world are enjoying the summer
tour. those of us not in the states you are in, we are at home listening to
our cds and wishing a concert would come to us soon.

i am back on the list because i missed it. and i feel like i was hasty in my
decision to leave. i was tired of all the posts about stuff not involving
the girls. but i failed to realize that this is a discussion group. and that
discussion is going to stream off about other issues and we will get stirred
up. and there is going to be discussion here that i am going to like and
that i am going to dislike. and jen or someone else will hose us off and we
get back to reading about the girls again. so, i am back. and those that got
mad and left, i hope you come on back too. :) diversity is alive and well.
:) and throwing words around like bombs is not the answer to respecting
others' opinions.

like someone said in a earlier post, we all have a mind. yep we do.
and my mind is going to be enriched by those people out there that agree
with me and that don't agree with me. and we can voice our opinions and get
cheered or burned to a crisp :)

anyway, sorry about my post earlier about *whisper, bush and laura*. yes,
let us move back to the girls :)

okay, i used to chat years ago in a chat room set up for indigo girls
fans....are there anymore out there in existance? if so give me a hollar in
a privy email and let me know.

in indigo spirit,
paula
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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 00:10:08 edt
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hey y'all,

i just returned home from a party.  anyway, one of my friends was wearing a
spearhead t-shirt, so of course i had to inquire.  anyway, he loves
spearhead.  he claims that they're ultra leftist activists.  when i inquired
about their musical style, he said "mostly hip hop."  coolness.  i am excited
to see them in berkeley.  for those of you who have already seen them open
for the girls, what did you think?  e-mail me privately.

:-) karen

ps-  it was funny cause he said he had seen them at the cubbybear, this kinda
uppity rich yuppie joint in chicago.  odd that they'd be playing there.  but
he said that the crowd was about 90% spearhead fans and 10% drunk yuppies who
just came to see "any old band"...  kinda funny, in my opinion.  :-)

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hello all!! i submitted the questiont to amy about her blue boots and due to
the computer problems i missed it!!!! that has been the one thing i'd always
promised myself i'd ask her if i ever met her in person-- but the one time
have the pleasure of meeting her, our conversation was breif and all i had
the chance to do was tell her thanks for all their hard work and dedication
to their music and their causes. does anybody have a copy of the webcast? i'd
love to trade!!! please please please e-mail if you have a copy or at least
know what she answered!!! :) take care-- ashley

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 11:54:08 -0700
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i was driving down cornwall and over the burrand street bridge tonight
(after seeing dar at the folk fest....dar, ig,...what a week!  i
digress) following a nissan micra, bc plates,  with an "a+e=ig"
bumpersticker! very cool. i felt like i knew the secret code. are you on
the list?

btw....the seattle friday show (yes i've been busy) was even better than
vancouver. i hate to say it but the crowd in seattle is the greatest.
just one big dancing, sing along and they seem to absolutely love to
play there. ok that's it for the cross border praising. :)

helen

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hi,
   what's this place like, anyone?  is it outdoors or in?

thanks,
jodie
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i know i'm slow on answering this post, but i get so choked up every single
time i listen to a song of which i do not know the exact title, but it's by
susan werner and it goes:
i lit up all the candles and i turned down all the lights and i waited up all
hours but she did not come by last night.  she is beautiful as music, but
jealous to the bone.  and she will only love you if you love her alone.
she used to sleep beside me in my narrow single bed when i toom public
transportantion and i was badly underfed.  she loved me more than i love her
more than anyone i've known.  but she will only love you if you love her
alone.
then came some fame and fortune and i got to feeling pleased and i payed her
less attention as my situation eased.  so she left me for a bescar (sp?) on
the spanish steps in rome.  and i could see that she loved him cause he loved
her alone.
now every night i light the candles and i pray that she'll return.  cause
i've learned the double lesson that all her suitors learn.  don't get oo much
lovin.  don't ask for what you own.  cause she will only love you if you love
her alone.

-lori

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 13:44:12 edt
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i just realized that i was supposed to be talking about ig osngs in
particualr...  ok... in that case, i am in love with the song, "history of
us" because it reminds me so much of the camp that i went to for six summers
and a girl there with whom i was so in love.
-lori

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 13:56:25 -0400
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this was on the alt newsgroup!
-brian
web site:  http://brianclary.com
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sent: sunday, july 16, 2000 1:47 pm
subject: article in today's la times 7/16


> from the calendar section of the la times:
>
> "....the indigo girls have also just recorded several new songs, with two
to
> be included on a collection, "radio box: a retrospective:, due oct. 17.
> that same date will see re-issues of the duo's albums "strange fire",
> "indigo girls", "nomads, indians, saints" and "rights of passage", all
with
> new packaging and liner notes, and bonus tracks."
>
>
> ... the bonus tracks look interesting!  :-)
>
>
>
>

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 14:17:31 edt
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in a message dated 07/16/2000 1:40:57 pm eastern daylight time,
indigoanid@aol.com writes:

<< i know i'm slow on answering this post, but i get so choked up every single
time i listen to a song of which i do not know the exact title, but it's by
susan werner... >>

that would be courting the muse from time between trains.

-susan

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 14:20:45 -0400
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subject:      re: ig on planetout.com
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the indirect method is to go to planetout.com, click on "multimedia" then
"television" then scroll down til you see the segment called "queer's folk"

btfenton@aol.com wrote:

> hey,
>
> i tried to check out the link you provided for planetout but it says it's
> outdated...anybody else have the same problem? how long do they normally keep
> stuff on-line?
>
> thanks,
> brenda :)

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you wrote:
> "....the indigo girls have also just recorded several new songs, with two
to
> be included on a collection, "radio box: a retrospective:, due oct. 17.
> that same date will see re-issues of the duo's albums "strange fire",
> "indigo girls", "nomads, indians, saints" and "rights of passage", all
with
> new packaging and liner notes, and bonus tracks."

the person who did this made a deal with the devil or something. let's hope
the b-sides from the three hits cd make it as  bonus tracks on rites.

i will be buying 4 cds that day - 98% of tracks i already own

irs did this to rem years ago - it was utterly rediculous - they were
imports and @ 25 a pop - expensive for cd's everyone already owned.

*sigh*

the price i pay...

mike r.

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 11:23:43 +1000
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hey folks,

this was submitted to the news-only list but since
it's more appropriate for here instead, here it
is... please direct your responses to adam at
adamk@zoom.co.uk and not to me...

-sherlyn

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subject: new direction?  what new direction?
date: fri, 14 jul 2000 07:16:38 +0100

i've only been subscribing to the mailing list digest thingy, so i've only
been getting dribs and drabs, but something has occurred to me while reading
all the forwarded articles.  yet again, i've just read another one that
refers to come on now social as being a "radical departure".  am i the only
one out there who finds this ridiculous?  am i the only one out there who
remembers land of canaan, 123, pushing the needle too far, touch me fall,
this train revisited, shed your skin, cut it out, and many more that kicked
ass (pardon the expression)?

my feelings about the album i made known at the time (and got some pretty
curious responses) but i never reckoned it as a major departure,
just.....well, just not up to their others.

as far as i'm concerned, the girls have always posessed the ability to rock
out, as their live shows more than testify.  to suddenly dismiss all their
past work (as frontier do) as "acoustic, swooning, harmony-laced ballads"
and declare that with cons "saliers and ray decided to get
plugged-in, richer in instrumentation and more diverse this time around"
seems to me to re-write history and not even listen to the other albums.

anyone agree?  or does everyone have short memories?

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 20:43:38 -0500
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ah man,
iess than a year ago, i upgraded from my cassettes and treated myself to
the 3-cd box set with ig, strange fire and nis (yeah, i'm a little behind
date:       sun, 30 jul 2000 12:55:06 +0000
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the times with my cd collection) and now they're coming out with new
ones...although this will give me a chance to buy the rop cd, which i still
just have on cassette (but i have two copies, one for home and the other
for my truck). i'm excited about the new bonus tracks...i wonder what the
new packaging will be?
        but, i will give my 3-cd box set to my oldest niece, who is 14 and has
started showing an interest in the girls' music...i think it will be a
great introduction for her.
michelle

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 21:08:02 -0500
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i think i know what you mean!  i like their earlier
stuff too, and didn't emily herself say when  cons first came out it
really wasn't all that different , just that the harmonies were layered,
and not quite as noticeable?  (i know that wasn't  her exact words, but
didn't she say something to that affect?

don't get me wrong! i like cons too, but for
me it was an adjustment, because i have always associated harmony  with
ig. when i can't hear the harmonies enough to sing, it's very
frustrating. and if i hear poems being read
just loud enough to know they are there, but  i can't tell what they are
reading.......i wonder what the purpose of that is.  is it just to give
the
song a fuller sound?

i love sister, oziline,compromise, trouble,& (sometimes ) cold beer and
remotecontrol. other cons songs are better live....the concert hall, and
live music venues are totally different experiences,  the songs just
really come to life.  and you're so busy cutting loose,and cheering
none of that stuff really seems to matter.  but
for some reason, when i listen to a studio recording, the song has been
frozen in time.
it's unchangeable, until either you perform it
yourself, or you go to the show!

anyhow!   that's my two cents worth.  i love
amy and emily, and  cons is great,  it.took
me about 3 months to start getting to like it.

peace
barb

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 21:55:15 -0500
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for the person who posted to the list that they asked the blue boots
question of amy for the web cast and everyone was cut off before she
answered,
according to the official site the interview will be archived.
it says: "you will be able to find the interview online at
www.realguide.com later next week.
michelle

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date:         sun, 16 jul 2000 22:14:42 -0600
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hey kids,

did anyone boot this show? no, i'm not going to bug you for a copy just
yet, but i'm wondering if you might send me a transcription of emily's
little speech that she gave before she did philosophy of loss. if anyone
can help, i'll love you forever. i found it very touching because i can
relate.

thanks y'all,
amy m.

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                -the goddess, amy ray

"women together is a powerful thing, especially when you join it with
music."
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hey-- did anyone boot the red rocks show???  --ash

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hey all,

i have not one, not two, but *three* tickets available for the july 22 show
at the berkeley greek theatre. seating is section e, row 7 seats 17 - 19, amy
side.
i will sell them at cost to a good home :)

cheers,
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hey all,

i have not one, not two, but *three* tickets available for the july 22 show
at the berkeley greek theatre. seating is section e, row 7 seats 17 - 19, amy
side.
i will sell them at cost to a good home :)

cheers,
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hey,

i am looking for just one ticket to the 7/22 berkeley show.  i have a general
admission ticket, but i was thinking that if i am coming all the way out to
berkeley to see the girls (and for job and grad school interviews of course!)
and since the greek theater is one of my faves, i'd prefer to be somewhere
where i can actually see the stage.  if you have an extra ticket, please let
me know.  i can probably take it off your hands!

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

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 03:01:06 -0400
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i just joined this listserv.  here's my story --true, i promise--i thought
y'all would enjoy.  it is a testimony to amy's wonderful character.  i was
at the ben & jerry's newport folk festival back in i think 1990. i had just
recently discovered the girls and their music empowered me to come out.  of
course, the girls came out (on stage) last--you know--save the best for last
i had been there and waited both days for them to come out--no pun intended.
the field was stompin and about halfway through their first set, we had a
thunderstorm not to be forgotten.  they had to unplug the girls for safety
reasons.  well, i almost died because i was so determined that i would meet
amy and emily. my hopes were crushed. the rain was pouring and by this time,
it was probably ankle deep.  i and about 30 other die-hard fans waited by
the fence that stood about 50 feet from the trailer the girls were in.  we
stood there getting drenched--really--it was angry weather.  after about 10
or 15 minutes or so, amy came out in that horrible storm to shake our hands.
she took her time, she didn't rush and i got to meet her.  i looked like the
swamp thing,of course. she was so cool, though.  she knew we all waited
those two days to see them, and that we were willing to stand in an
electrical downpour to say hi.

  i never thought she would come out into the storm. but isn't that what the
girls do everyday?

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i have a question for anyone who has had something signed by amy.  is there a
little drawing with the signature?  i am asking because a friend of mine has
something signed by amy that does, and she (my friend) doesn't know what the
drawing represents.  we stared at it for hours after the signing just trying
to figure it out.  that was almost 3 years ago and she still doesn't know.  i
can't even describe it, so if anyone has something signed with a drawing, or
knows of certain things amy might draw with her signature, please let me know.
thanks,
laura

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im glad you mention that thing about get out the map...i also thought it said
'suck that gutter dry'! i always wondered what that meant!! now i don't have to
worry about it!! have a great day!

cara

"karen, the biggest indigo bitch of japan" wrote:

> hey y'all!
>
> i realize i am posting rather early.  i am sorry.  but i was wondering if
> there's going to be a listmeet for the 7/22 berkeley, ca show.  i am flying
> out to berkeley/sf/oakland on thursday morning for job and grad school
> interviews.  i thought i'd be bringing my laptop, but it is in the shop, so
> in berkeley, i'll have no computer access.  so if there's going to be a
> listmeet, lemme know soon (before thursday) so i'll know the details.
>
> also, today i was driving home and i was laughing about our old mr. limes
> from years back.  the one that stuck out was in "get out the map" someone
> thought that emily was saying "suck that gutter dry" for "suck that good
> earth dry."  does anyone have any new ones?  those were really funny!
>
> allrighty, anyone going to the berkeley show?  e-mail me!
>
> :-) karen
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<< knows of certain things amy might draw with her signature, please let me
know.>>

guitar... peace sign... birthday cake...

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in a message dated 7/17/2000 3:06:10 am pacific daylight time,
ilig1987@aol.com writes:

> if anyone has something signed with a drawing, or
>  knows of certain things amy might draw with her signature, please let me
> know.
>  thanks,
>  laura

hiya!
in the signature i have she drew a 'peace' sign, and i have seen her draw a
guitar on another.

peace,
  ~wolf

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july 17
donrich@neo.lrun.com (don richards)

july 21
tschshrcat@aol.com

july 21--- twink!!!!!! (bf2brland@sprintmail.com)
(bridget)

july 21
tomboy1969@cswebmail.com
dee yellowlees
"don't assume anything"

july 22 ('63)
igfan@rcam.com (emily saliers)


haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaappy birthday y'all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

love and indigo wishes,
audra
bge


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i can imagine very well that you will never forget this day...
i can only dream of such a thing. i know the girls were in amsterdam in 1993
or 4 but never again, and i just learned about the girls after they were
here....hope they will go to europe again someday in the near future!!!


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help help!!

i need one ticket to the july 28th house of blues
show. ticketmonster is sold out!!!

i will pay face value plus $5.

please e-mail me privately!!

-scott

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she also draws cats! she has lots of cats!

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<< knows of certain things amy might draw with her signature, please let me
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guitar... peace sign... birthday cake...

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on the official web site there was a thread regarding this webcast.  robin
from realnetworks said that later this week both the interview and the show
will be available to watch.  go to http://www.realguide.com to see it.  i
don't think that it would be there yet, but i am sure it will be by friday.

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hey all,
yep, it seemed very much in line with what they've been doing on this leg
of the tour, but i think we all experienced a lot of buffering with
stops/starts in the concert that would have made taping difficult. it
didn't start back up where it left off, of course, you just lost that part
of it, which sometimes was half a song, i think.
        and due to buffering, i missed the interview right after they asked
amy
where she got her blue boots, and i'd love to know if anyone got to hear
that part...along with what they discussed after that point in the
interview.
        amy said she wasn't feeling well when asked what they tended to do
in a
city the day of a concert, so that might explain why some folks have said
she's looked a little off the past week or so...and i think she was
probably worried about her dad, too.
        oh, and they said in the interview that the end of their epic
contract
wasn't as soon as everyone might think....they said the compilation album
due out this fall, for which they'll record a few new songs, does not count
towards their contract, leaving two more albums after that one. that's what
amy said, and i hadn't heard that before....they talked about returning to
their acoustic, stripped-down style, which amy said she'd been trying talk
emily into for a while : ) i thought it was quite a good interview, what i
heard of it, anyway.
michelle

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i have a few things signed by amy...
anyway, peace sign....smiley face...cats (!!!  gotta love that!)...guitar,
etc.

:-) karen

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subject:      mucho new release info etc...

:o)

have i (to coin a phrase) got news for you:

cold beer and remote control commercial 5" single:
release date: aug 15, 2000
(cdnow says aug 1)

1. cold beer and remote control
2. interview segment
3. shame on you
4. interview segment
5. peace tonight

here's the tracklist for the 'best of' album due out oct 3. i
guess the new recordings have yet to be decided upon.

1. land of canaan
2. strange fire
3. closer to fine
4. kid fears
5. history of us
6. hammer and a nail
7. welcome me
8. galileo
9. three hits
10. ghost
11. least complicated
12. fugitive
13. shame on you
14. get out the map

the geek lists:

strange fire - 2
indigo girls - 3
nomads*indians*saints - 2
back on the bus y'all - 0
rites of passage - 3
swamp ophelia - 2
1200 curfers - 0
shaming of the sun - 2
come on now social - 0

amy - 7
emily - 7

the conjecture part:

rereleases with bonus tracks, eh??
hopefully they'll be bonus tracks of substance, so how about
these juicy combos: (1)i'm assuming they're going to fit on a
single disc 2) they'd have to be pretty juicy to get me to part
with my $$)

strange fire + high horse + crazy game 7" and indigo girls e.p.
indigo girls + reverse-1
nomads*indians*saints + shades of indigo (sans interviews)
rites of passage + club r&r

ok, so secretly i'm hoping there are some even juicier
previously unheard of songs that are going to appear, but...

actually, there's a lot of scope for bonus material, as the 'b-
sides' discs will attest. anyway...

neil
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they were unreal!!! i loved them. they had red rocks up and dancing.
when was the last time you saw an opening act get over half the place on
their feet and getting down. they have a great, passionate, danceable,
very human groove.

have a blast!
kc


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> hey y'all,
>
> i just returned home from a party.  anyway, one of my friends was wearing a
> spearhead t-shirt, so of course i had to inquire.  anyway, he loves
> spearhead.  he claims that they're ultra leftist activists.  when i inquired
> about their musical style, he said "mostly hip hop."  coolness.  i am excited
> to see them in berkeley.  for those of you who have already seen them open
> for the girls, what did you think?  e-mail me privately.
>
> :-) karen
>
> ps-  it was funny cause he said he had seen them at the cubbybear, this kinda
> uppity rich yuppie joint in chicago.  odd that they'd be playing there.  but
> he said that the crowd was about 90% spearhead fans and 10% drunk yuppies who
> just came to see "any old band"...  kinda funny, in my opinion.  :-)
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helen,

i have one of those, but i'm in philadelphia, so i doubt you saw me!
<g>

jean


--- hlc <hlc@portal.ca> wrote:
> i was driving down cornwall and over the burrand street bridge
> tonight
> (after seeing dar at the folk fest....dar, ig,...what a week!  i
> digress) following a nissan micra, bc plates,  with an "a+e=ig"
> bumpersticker! very cool. i felt like i knew the secret code. are you
> on
> the list?
>
> btw....the seattle friday show (yes i've been busy) was even better
> than
> vancouver. i hate to say it but the crowd in seattle is the greatest.
> just one big dancing, sing along and they seem to absolutely love to
> play there. ok that's it for the cross border praising. :)
>
> helen
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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 12:48:45 -0400
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from:         "mandy <*hoot*>" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
subject:      re: need 1 ticket to july 28th show
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> i need one ticket to the july 28th house of blues
> show. ticketmonster is sold out!!!

        uh, i'm gonna echo that... for the thursday show, though. a friend
from nevada and i are both ttraveling to la expressly to see the thursday
show with a friend of ours, and she just told us that she hasn't bought
the tickets yet. they are, of course, sold out for both shows. so if
anybody has three 7/28 tickets for sale i would be forever grateful. i
really would. so would my friend amy, who has never seen them and went
through hell and high water to arrange the trip to la. please, if you can
help out, email me offlist.
        thanks -
        mandy


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                with dreams of immortality
                everywhere i turn
                all the beauty just keeps shaking me

                                amy ray

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 13:30:38 -0400
reply-to:     michael cunningham <mcunningham@pbp1.com>
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http://jupiter.beseen.com/chat/rooms/f/1984/

someone asked about a chatroom, so i checked my bookmarks and found this
site called "indigo chat".  i used to get on there and chat the day away,
but haven't been there in at least a year.  i'm not sure where that chat
room comes from exactly, but i've known of it's existance for at least 3
years.

hope this helps!
-mkc
a+e=ig

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 12:33:30 -0500
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subject:      chat room at jupiter...
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over the last few months ( the last year really)

i know of at least 15 people who have become good friends and several =
relationships which have been founded in this room and most are still =
going strong....

sparkie

loralei riney
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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 10:59:20 pdt
reply-to:     traci drago <n_d_go@hotmail.com>
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hey all,

i had the pleasure of seeing the girls in seattle on saturday.  it was a
birthday present from my husband, my b-day is the 21st.  the show was great,
i was in 4th row smack dab in the middle.  you couldn't ask for a better
view.  i just love to see emily smile because the crowd is so into the show,
what a beautiful smile it is.  also, the entire crowd sang happy birthday to
emily.  she looked a little embarrassed, but then said we should celebrate
it every day right up to my real birthday.  so i guess that may have
happened at other shows too.  i finally saw rose, i loved her, i can tell
she is soon to be one of my favorite artist.  she had a very honest and
modest presence, it was hypnotizing.

i don't have the set list to post yet, as i am lazy in getting it together.
we did boot the show, but missed the first two songs because it was still
light out and they were very adamant about no recording devices being
allowed.  so i will post a set list tomorrow if no one else does.  as for
the boot, there were a few major screamers around us, so it is not as good
as our sioux falls boot. (when i mean screamers i mean those who scream when
no one else is, in the middle of songs, so on and so forth)  anyway i will
hopefully have both boots set for trade shortly.  i will post and let y'all
know.

i have a question for all of you.  are emily and amy against their shows
being recorded.  i could have sworn that i heard somewhere that they had no
problem with it as long as they were not being sold.  but then why all of
the strict rules against it.  at first i thought maybe it was just the
individual venues, but seattle was outside, so i don't see why the venue
would care if it was being recorded or not.  just wondering.  it would be
nice to go into an ig show and be able to record without getting in trouble
for it.  after all it is just part of the obsession that goes along with the
strong fans they have.  money is not even the object here.

and for those of you who live in seattle, i envy you, i know the weather is
not usually like it was this weekend, but what a wonderful laid back place.
i was just so content being there.

man that was long, sorry!!!

traci

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 13:21:39 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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hi everyone!

just a note to let everyone know i'm keeping a tally of all the votes.
each time you mention a slogan, that slogan gets only one mark, so if
you like several you do not need to indicate the order of preference.
but if you've already voted,
don't worry abou it, i just put a mark by every slogan, you selected
from my emails.

things are going all right, however, to keep my email volume down i need
to ask that you please try to limit yourselves to one email containing
all your votes.

thank you for your time, i appreciate the enthusiasm for this project,
and will let you know the results at the end of the week.


thanks

barb

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 16:58:18 edt
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hi guys! i had a little something i wanted to share-- a friend of mine sent
me this book called i know just what you mean: the power of friendship in
women's lives.   it's written by two best friends who wanted to display the
beauty of friendship and all that makes each one special. they interview
different women (some famous some aren't) and ask them to tell what makes
their friendship work. well-- while i was reading a chapter called "we're in
it together" it began to talk about friends who work together and lo and
behold there was an intervirew with our girls! most of the story of how they
met we know-- but it is funny b/c emily gives her first impressions of amy
and her music. (she was so different then-- it's hard to imagine our amy like
this! :) it's a brief chapter and there is a good 4 pages on the girls...but
the book as a whole is a pretty good read. i do want to share my favorite
part, though. the authors ask the girls what makes their two decade music
career and friendship a success, and amy replies, " the sum is greater than
the parts. we both know that and that's what keeps us intact." sounds like an
amy reply to me! :) just wanted to share-- have a great day!! take
care--ashley

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 17:33:31 -0400
reply-to:     "schwartz, lauren" <lschwart@goucher.edu>
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from:         "schwartz, lauren" <lschwart@goucher.edu>
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first come, first serve.
prices dont include small fee for postage.
email lschwart@goucher.edu
thanks

1) lilith fair t-shirt: from 1997, large, excellent condition (looks new),
large litith logo on front with names of all performers on both stages on
back and another picture(including tracy chapman, paula cole, ingigo girls,
sarah m. etc):$25
2) promo flat from swamp ophelia(double sided): album cover picture and
"indigo girls swamp ophelia" on front and "indigo girls" written on back in
white letters on a redish background:$8

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 18:28:16 -0400
reply-to:     mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
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from:         mike reynolds <io20742@exploremaine.com>
subject:      re: a true story--comin' out into the storm.
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are you sure it wasnt 1992?

not doubting you - just that my 1990 boot sounds great - i was at 92 (but
they never came out) and  i *waited* (my first show, it was such a high/ low
all at once - 42 min. set.) nff is a big place though


of course - not like time has let me see far too many shows to begin to
criticise.

mike reynolds
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> i just joined this listserv.  here's my story --true, i promise--i thought
> y'all would enjoy.  it is a testimony to amy's wonderful character.  i was
> at the ben & jerry's newport folk festival back in i think 1990. i had
just
> recently discovered the girls and their music empowered me to come out.
of
> course, the girls came out (on stage) last--you know--save the best for
last
> i had been there and waited both days for them to come out--no pun
intended.
> the field was stompin and about halfway through their first set, we had a
> thunderstorm not to be forgotten.  they had to unplug the girls for safety
> reasons.  well, i almost died because i was so determined that i would
meet
> amy and emily. my hopes were crushed. the rain was pouring and by this
time,
> it was probably ankle deep.  i and about 30 other die-hard fans waited by
> the fence that stood about 50 feet from the trailer the girls were in.  we
> stood there getting drenched--really--it was angry weather.  after about
10
> or 15 minutes or so, amy came out in that horrible storm to shake our
hands.
> she took her time, she didn't rush and i got to meet her.  i looked like
the
> swamp thing,of course. she was so cool, though.  she knew we all waited
> those two days to see them, and that we were willing to stand in an
> electrical downpour to say hi.
>
>   i never thought she would come out into the storm. but isn't that what
the
> girls do everyday?
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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 18:24:33 edt
reply-to:     "becky b." <indigo_36@hotmail.com>
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hi,
i know it's early to ask for boots, and i'm not really asking yet. i just
want to know if announcements for the seattle boots (if there are any) will
appear on the news-only list. i'm going backpacking for a week and of course
have no access to email. so, i'm switching to the lower volume list. :)
i was at both seattle shows and they were great. i absolutely loved
spearhead--michael franti is one very cool person. :) and amy and emily were
just wonderful. that's all the time i have. i could write a review that
would take forever, but i'll spare you. ;)
thanks.
becky
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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 18:25:59 -0400
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        hey everybody. i have an extra ticket for the santa cruz show on
saturday, 7/29 that i need to get rid of at face value. let me know if you
need a ticket.

        derek

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 18:30:57 edt
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from:         laura larocco <ilig1987@aol.com>
date:       sun, 30 jul 2000 12:55:06 +0000
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i just want to thank all you guys for helping me and my friend.  i haven't
spoken to her, but i'm sure she will figure it out now.  i just love
everybody on this list!
xoxo
laura

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 18:58:04 edt
reply-to:     ruth sternglantz <hiraeth613@hotmail.com>
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>i have a question for all of you.  are emily and amy against their shows
>being recorded.  i could have sworn that i heard somewhere that they had no
>problem with it as long as they were not being sold.  but then why all of
>the strict rules against it.  at first i thought maybe it was just the
>individual venues, but seattle was outside, so i don't see why the venue
>would care if it was being recorded or not.

makes no difference if the show is inside or outside -- most venues have no
taping/no photography rules, and some enforce it more than others.  the
central park concert was outside, and there were security people standing
with their backs to the stage policing the entire concert.  i am guessing (i
may be wrong) that this has to do with copyright issues.

>from what i've read, a&e are all for booting, as long as no one makes a
profit off it.
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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 15:58:15 -0700
reply-to:     amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
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hey gang -

so far, we have about 150 listees showing interest in buying at least
one t-shirt. that's enough encouragement for me to progress on with the
project.

where should the design go?
as far as the location of the print, it's 14 to 9 in favor of a
two-sided design; a larger image on the back with a smaller image in
the "pocket" area of the front. however, i think we can do a two sided
design on the regular t-shirt, and just put the design on the front of
the babydoll style tee. (those smaller shirts look wierd with two sided
designs).

please email me if you feel strongly about the design placement. if i
don't hear from anyone else, i'm going to suggest that we do a
two-sided design on the regular shirt, and a one-sided on the babydoll,
thus pleasing most of the people most of the time. or something like
that.

include the list address?
another question that has been posed to me is whether or not we want
the list email address on the design. last round of shirts, we had
quite the discussion about this issue. the conclusion was that we
should include the address, so to identify the shirt as a list tee
shirt. but this opinion may have changed. what do y'all think? please
email me if you feel strongly about the issue in either direction. i
will compile the votes and let everyone know within the next few days.

what does the design look like, anyway?
if you lost the address of the design, it's
http://www.indigirl.com/igc.html. for aol users, check out:
http://www.indigirl.com/images/wrecking.gif.

what's next?
once we get a consensus as to what the design is exactly and where it's
being placed, i will gather quotes for how much this will cost. then,
i'll come up with some sort of order form, most likely using a service
like pay pal so you have the option of paying over the internet. if
that doesn't work out, then i'll be requesting personal checks or money
orders. as you may remember from last time, i didn't actually cash the
checks until i had to pay for the shirts. in many cases, this was after
they were shipped. i will not order a shirt for you unless i have some
form of payment in advance. last time i had shirts for almost a year
after the initial order because people ordered them then never sent
money. i'd rather that didn't happen again. t-shirts aren't the best
way to invest my money. :)

any other questions?
email me at amy@indigirl.com. or at the yahoo address. it doesn't
matter.

and have a great monday!

--amy


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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 16:27:18 -0700
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is it just me, or does anyone else find it odd that c.o.n.s is entirely
unrepresented on the compilation? i know it's their newest album and
stuff... i'm trying to think of what other artists do...

just my thoughts.

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date:         mon, 17 jul 2000 16:54:10 -0700
reply-to:     "sharon g. s. bugante" <shaniezak@la-ex-heds.com>
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from: amy swenson

> is it just me, or does anyone else find it odd that c.o.n.s is entirely
> unrepresented on the compilation? i know it's their newest album and
> stuff... i'm trying to think of what other artists do...

hmm.  it struck me as a bit unusual at first, but all things considered . .
. cons was only released last year.  usually, i think, a "best of"
compilation tends to connote an artist's more "classic" material, so i don't
think it's too odd that cons has no representation on this upcoming release.

also, from what i've seen, many record chains are more likely to carry the
newer ig releases than they are to carry the older ones.  i can usually spot
cons and sots, and often swamp ophelia, at sam goody, for example, but i'd
be hard pressed to find the self-titled release, strange fire, or n*i*s.
occasionally i'll kick up a copy of rop.  so maybe that's part of the
reasoning?

just my conjecture.  by all means, correct me if i'm way off here.  =)

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hey y'all~
    i'm looking for these boots:
the dugout, 1985 (with their cover of billy joel's "summer, highland falls")
reverse one live (with their cover of "mona lisa's and mad hatters")
    i have some boots available to set up a trade or i will send you blank
tapes. whichever you prefer. please email me privately. thanks!
peace!
~alyssa

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i don't know if  this has been posted yet.  it is from the cd now web
site.  is anyone familiar with the 2 new songs?

diane


news article

indigo girls record two new tracks for retrospective

july 17, 2000,

the indigo girls have recorded two new tracks, one by amy ray and the
other by emily saliers, to be featured on the duo's upcoming career
retrospective, radio box: a retrospective, due oct. 17 on epic records.

ray's "devotion" and salier's "leaving" will both be included in the
16-track compilation, which spans the duo's career from its 1986
independent release, strange fire, (later re-issued by epic) to its
latest offering, 1999's come on now social.

the girls' biggest hits are included ("closer to fine," "galileo,"
"least complicated") as well as the gamut of live favorites from the
years ("go," "ghost," "kid fears," "power of two," and "shame on you").

in addition to radio box, epic records will be reissuing the first four
albums by the girls -- 1986's strange fire, 1989's indigo girls, 1990's
nomads indians saints, and 1992's rites of passage -- with new
packaging, liner notes, and as-yet-undecided bonus tracks, on the same
date.

the indigo girls are currently making the rounds on their annual summer
shed tour -- the duo his jacksonville, fla. on monday (july 17).

here is the track listing for radio box: a retrospective:

                          1. "strange fire"
                          2. "closer to fine"
                          3. "kid fears"
                          4. watershed"
                          5. "three hits"
                          6. "galileo"
                          7. "ghost"
                          8. "reunion"
                          9. "power of two"
                          10. "least complicated"
                          11. "shame on you"
                          12. "get out the map"
                          13. "go"
                          14. "trouble"
                          15. "devotion"
                          16. "leaving"

                          -- kevin raub

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<<  i can't even describe it, so if anyone has something signed with a
drawing, or
knows of certain things amy might draw with her signature, please let me
know. >>

i have two amy autographs and both have little drawings.. my sister got one
too and it does as well...my sister got a drawing shaped like a guitar, i
think, and mine is of a person.. this was in 95.. just recently - last year -
i got another one and this one has what also looks like a guitar drawn.. it's
cute cause emily wrote my name and a heart both times :)

if you want a peek, i have pics of the autographs on my boot page:
http://members.aol.com/lisa071573/ig.htm
(aol is case sensitive so the ig have to be capitalized..) the one with the
guitar is harder to see cause it's a dark picture, but you can definitely see
the person in the other one.

:) lisa

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> live at the fillmore, denver, november 20, 1999
> release date: jul 18, 2000
> track listing for vhs cassette longform
> (ev 050225)

...is this still coming out tomorrow?  anyone know?
that would make my tuesday!
crossing fingers,
- pony

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last week we went on vacation to massachusetts. on thursday we made the trip
to vermont to apply for a license for a civil union.  within an hour we were
married!
finally, after 18 years together, we have a piece of paper acknowledging our
commitment to each other.

on friday there was a news article on yahoo that stated there had been 26
civil unions performed so far.  we can't believe we are on the cutting edge
of such a major development in the fight for equal rights.

kim & rhea

"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the
book...
but the question drowns in its futility, and even i have got to laugh at
me."

emily saliers
indigo girls

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congratulations!!!!
sharon


at 11:21 pm 7/17/2000 -0400, kim & rhea wrote:
>last week we went on vacation to massachusetts. on thursday we made the trip
>to vermont to apply for a license for a civil union.  within an hour we were
>married!
>finally, after 18 years together, we have a piece of paper acknowledging our
>commitment to each other.
>
>on friday there was a news article on yahoo that stated there had been 26
>civil unions performed so far.  we can't believe we are on the cutting edge
>of such a major development in the fight for equal rights.
>
>kim & rhea
>
>"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the
>book...
>but the question drowns in its futility, and even i have got to laugh at
>me."
>
>emily saliers
>indigo girls

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wait so which of the two track listings are the right ones?

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as always, coppied without permission, blah, blah, blah!

the indigo girls have recorded two new tracks, one by amy ray and the other by emily saliers, to be featured on the duo's upcoming career retrospective, radio box: a retrospective, due oct. 17 on epic records.

ray's "devotion" and salier's "leaving" will both be included in the 16-track compilation, which spans the duo's career from its 1986 independent release, strange fire, (later re-issued by epic) to its latest offering, 1999's come on now social.

the girls' biggest hits are included ("closer to fine," "galileo," "least complicated") as well as the gamut of live favorites from the years ("go," "ghost," "kid fears," "power of two," and "shame on you").

in addition to radio box, epic records will be reissuing the first four albums by the girls -- 1986's strange fire, 1989's indigo girls, 1990's nomads indians saints, and 1992's rites of passage -- with new packaging, liner notes, and as-yet-undecided bonus tracks, on the same date.

the indigo girls are currently making the rounds on their annual summer shed tour -- the duo his jacksonville, fla. on monday (july 17).

here is the track listing for radio box: a retrospective:

1. "strange fire"
2. "closer to fine"
3. "kid fears"
4. watershed"
5. "three hits"
6. "galileo"
7. "ghost"
8. "reunion"
9. "power of two"
10. "least complicated"
11. "shame on you"
12. "get out the map"
13. "go"
14. "trouble"
15. "devotion"
16. "leaving"

-- kevin raub


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hi all, could someone tell me what is the name of the song where amy sings:
       " i sit and wait for senorita, now you've gone to brighter days, have
you found your greener valleys, and the place where your heart stays"... "now
i'm heading back to the flat lands and your heading up to the hills"....
    i can't find the title & lyrics anywhere...of course after i send this
i'll probably find them but til then humor me, anyone know the name?

thanks,
di

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>> live at the fillmore, denver, november 20, 1999
>> release date: jul 18, 2000
>...is this still coming out tomorrow?  anyone know?

nope.
according to www.indigogirlsonline.com it's out sometime in august, i think.
i'd check, buy my net connection is being it's usualy sucky self... need...
cable... modem...

<<wait so which of the two track listings are the right ones?>>

probably the one that includes the two new songs and omits 'history of us'
and 'land of canaan' - the one i posted was likely an early version (but
obtained from sony, on the official site above)

@}--,---'---

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hey all...i have a pressing question.....who sang the original "all
along the watchtower"??? was it our girls???? i ask cuz while i sit her
and work at my computer listening to my radiofreecash player, dave
mathews band is on singing that song....are they covering our
girls??????????????????????????? or am i completely defunked???? is this
not the same song??? i have only heard ig's 'version' once or twice and
i can't remeber exactly what it sounded like!!!! i woul love to see dave
mathews and the girls jam!! im not a massive fan of his, but not for
lack of thinking he is a phenominal musician!! i just have never been
all that into his music, and i dont know why? anway, i woud love to see
em jam!! can some one help me out here!! is this song a cover, and/or is
this a song dave is singin that just so happens to have the same name as
a song our girls sing!!! im confused!!! again, sorry for my ignorance!!

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this is a bob dylan song, which has been covered by dozens - including emily and
amy.  u2 favour it in concert a lot, and it was on their rattle & hum album /
video.  and of course jimi hendrix, also recorded it.  irish traditional band
altan (very cool!) also played this at one of their concerts - it was so much
fun!

fare thee well, from a grey day in ireland!
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hey all..just thought all us ani fans would be interested in this tid
bit! dont live near philly anymore..but for those who do...here ya go!!
have a great day!!
cara


eisenhower auditorium

ani difranco - september 6 - 8pm - $24

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actually ani is playin in university park...here is the info...

eisenhower auditorium
203 schwab auditorium, university park, pa 16802 info: 814-863-0255

i believe i saw some ppl who said they were melissa ferrick fans? if so,
here is some info on her...

trocadero
slam!3 featuring:
blessid union of souls, jeffrey gaines, the samples, leslie nuchow,
melissa ferrick, stargazer lily, sweetie and more!
july 30 - 7pm - $25
visit slam! on the web at www.slammusic.com

trocadero
1003 arch street, philadelphia, pa for info call: 215-922-live


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the song is nueva senorita.  it's gorgeous.

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actually, the video release date has been moved to august 22.

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my list of amy sig drawings:

guitars
guitar with peace sign
flowers
sun
peace sign

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on tue, 18 jul 2000, babs todd wrote:

> in addition to radio box, epic records will be reissuing the first four
> albums by the girls -- 1986's strange fire, 1989's indigo girls, 1990's
> nomads indians saints, and 1992's rites of passage -- with new
> packaging, liner notes, and as-yet-undecided bonus tracks, on the same
> date.

   i fekkin' *hate* when record companies do that!  i had just bought the
entire stevie ray vaughan catalogue when epic did the same thing --
updating packaging is fine -- my copy of paul simon's graceland has lots
of neat info about the historical context of the album, but new bonus
tracks scattered throughout all the discs *suck*!
   better to release a new disc with the stuff on it, but that wouldn't
make as much money, would it?

   darius

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is a mark of the highest level of ability."
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>updating packaging is fine -- my copy of paul simon's graceland >has lots
>of neat info about the historical context of the album, but new >bonus
>tracks scattered throughout all the discs *suck*!
>   better to release a new disc with the stuff on it, but that >wouldn't
>make as much money, would it?
>
>   darius
>

i couldn't agree more.  we don't all have the money lying around to go out
and get all new cd's.  especially when we already have all those discs.  how
frustrating.  but i, just like the rest of us i am sure, will go out on the
day they are released and buy them all anyway.  i cannot be without
something that a&e have released.  oh well, what can you do?!?  :)

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date:         tue, 18 jul 2000 07:20:35 -0700
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hey all,

i was thinking about how we haven't yet seen "we are together" done
live... i was wondering if anyone knew why?  i'm bummed about it
because it's one of my favorites on the album and it's also sort of a
happy little theme sonf for my gf and me.

also, i was wondering if there are other songs of their studio albums
that they have chosen not to perform live, and what the reasoning might
be there...

something to think about :)

jean

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let us not forget the wonderful versions of this done by the grateful dead
(whom bob dylan  toured with in the late 80's) and phil lesh (the dead's bass
player) who is currently on tour with bob dylan.
adam

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hey y'all,

the taping thing interests me.  i think about it every time i go to a dave
matthews show where people bring in this incredible sound equipment and set
it up openly, kind of like what i've heard of dead shows.  i just saw dave
at polaris, which is an uptight amphitheater in columbus and all sound
equipment was allowed in because that's part of his rules.  i kept thinking
that there had to be a way to get the girls to agree to the same thing
unless the thing w/rainy day records totally put them off.  any thoughts?
anyone w/the inside track want to run it by them? ;-)

lisa

>from: ruth sternglantz <hiraeth613@hotmail.com>
>makes no difference if the show is inside or outside -- most venues have no
taping/no photography rules, and some enforce it more than others. the
central park concert was outside, and there were security people standing
with their backs to the stage policing the entire concert. i am guessing (i
may be wrong) that this has to do with copyright issues.
>

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in a message dated 7/18/00 7:23:36 am pacific daylight time,
sneakyjean@yahoo.com writes:

> i was thinking about how we haven't yet seen "we are together" done
>  live... i was wondering if anyone knew why?
my memory may be faulty, but i could almost swear they played that at sdsu in
san diego on the cons tour....

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emily said once that they only do "burn all the letters" with ulali, and
since i haven't heard hide nor hair from ulali since cons, my guess would be
that they don't really do that one anymore.  haven't seen it on a setlist in
forever.  anyone?

chris ii

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>hey all,
>
>i was thinking about how we haven't yet seen "we are together" done
>live... i was wondering if anyone knew why?  i'm bummed about it
>because it's one of my favorites on the album and it's also sort of a
>happy little theme sonf for my gf and me.
>
>also, i was wondering if there are other songs of their studio albums
>that they have chosen not to perform live, and what the reasoning might
>be there...
>
>something to think about :)
>
>jean
>
>
>
>=====
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>sneakyjean@yahoo.com
>
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hey, guys sorry for the nigc,but guess who i met at a lesbian bar in nyc
called "meow mix" last friday night?  ellen degeneras and anne
heche.....!!!!!  holy cow..it was the coolest thing...i think anne was
filming a documentary there or something....and ellen went to point at
something and hit me in the head!!  it was the coolest thing ever.... i so
didn't mind and ellen was like, "sorry....i'm so sorry"....and i was
like.."no problem..!!"  they looked so cute together i must say....i was
talking to her assistant for the longest time and didn't know it...he
finally introduced me to them and joley fisher was there, too (from
"ellen")...everyone was sooo nice...from their crew and everything....the
assistant gave me tne scoop on who's gay in hollywood, too...supposedly john
travolta and tom cruise....nicole kidman, too.....and of course, kevin
spacey...but we all knew that, didn't we?  sorry for the nigc, just thought
you guys might find this tidbit funny!!

annamarie
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actually, they did burn all the letters in minneapolis last year.

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hi everyone,

as some of you may know, one of our list members, sandy, had to have
surgery. i just received this message from her mother.

~robbin


>from: sandyind@emirates.net.ae
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>date: tue, 18 jul 2000 07:25:20 -0700
>
>
>hello
>i am sorry if this is going to the wrong address. i am trying
>to send it to the indigo girls mailing list and it hasn't come
>up on my daughter's messages yet, so i am unsure if the message
>has gone through to the list.
>
>i wanted to let the people on the list know that sandy came through
>the operation well and is on her way to recovery.  she is out
>of the hospital and has been transported back to australia.
>she will eventually return to the united arab emirates when she
>is well enough to do so.  she wanted to thank the people who
>sent well wishing messages.
>
>regards,
>marie-claire o'sullivan
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isn't john travolta married?

....the assistant gave me tne scoop on who's gay in hollywood,
too...supposedly john travolta and tom cruise....nicole kidman, too.....and
of course, kevin spacey...but we all knew that, didn't we?  sorry for the
nigc, just thought you guys might find this tidbit funny!!

annamarie
new york

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sorry for the nigh.
i was just wondering if anyone from the minneapolis area was going to see
michelle tonight at the 400 bar?

mi rinda

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heart." - m. knopfler

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hey!

i leave for berkeley on thursday morning!  i already do have a ticket to the
show (gen admission, though), but i wanted to try for a better seat.  if
anyone has just one ticket that they don't want/can't use, please please help
me out!

thanks!!!

:-) karen

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   i'm pretty sure that i read somewhere or heard somwhere that they no
longer perform "blood and fire."  that is quite an intense song and i'd be
interested to know why, to know the story behind it.  but i have a feeling
that it is something deeply personal of amy's so we probably shouldn't go
there...

kato

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isn't it funny that we have a no gossip policy about the girls but nobody
else? personally, i think that if famous people haven't come out publicly,
we shouldn't be passing around this kind of info, because it qualifies as
gossip...besides, do we really care if john t is married or gay or both?
how about tom and nicole? not me...sorry if this sounds like a flame, i
don't mean it that way. i just think that we should maybe curtail the
speculation a little?
sharon

at 10:23 am 07/18/2000 -0500, kovacs, mirinda wrote:
>isn't john travolta married?
>
>....the assistant gave me tne scoop on who's gay in hollywood,
>too...supposedly john travolta and tom cruise....nicole kidman, too.....and
>of course, kevin spacey...but we all knew that, didn't we?  sorry for the
>nigc, just thought you guys might find this tidbit funny!!
>

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hi all--

i had someone cancel on me last night so now i have an extra pair of
tickets in section b, row 7 at the greek for sale at face value ($86).

my friend heather and i (our 7th show together since '90) are looking
for someone with the right qualifications.

-->in section b, row 7 we stand, laugh, sing, argue over who emily's
looking at, and most importantly dance.  section b, row 7 does not sit.
you can sit on your couch or at the movies, but not a an ig show.

-->in section b, row 7 we are semi-straight but never narrow, all are
welcome in section b, row 7

-->in section b, row 7 we never talk during a song.  they worked to
write and perform it, it deserves to be heard.

-->in section b, row 7 if the girls play 'potwo' we hug heather.

-->in section b, row 7 if the girls play 'ghost' we do not snicker at
the huge guy (me) next to us with tears in his eyes.

section b, row 7 is yours for the asking.

special bonus if you live/work in the south bay, because i'd rather get
you the tickets before saturday.


first reply gets them.


see ya,

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hi everyone,

i'm looking for a single ticket for san diego on july 25.  there are
still tickets available but they are not so good.  i have one ticket
(sec.b3 row 12)  for san diego on  wednesday, july 26 that i need to sell
or maybe trade for tuesday's show.  if anyone is interested please let me
know.

thanks,
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hey everybody:

question.  this new release -- is it live performances
or recorded?  it's a good selection - everything i like
(of course, the wood song, isn't there, but i can live
with that).  can't wait for the new ones.  i'd rather not
hear them ahead of time & hear them for the first time
on the cd -- but that's me.

happy tuesday
cathy

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i was sitting here at work and just put in one of the lilith fair cd's. =
don't remmy which one. i began to think. a year ago i went to the show at =
desert sky pavilion with someone i did not care about, who liked very =
little of the music. but i knew i didn't want ot go alone. i spent over =
150 on tickets, beer, stuff from the show and she sneered the entire time. =
i remember wishing the girls were there, amazed at martina mcbride and i =
remember taking my last drink at midnight, a double shot of bushmills's. =
the monsoons had begun to move in there was lightening off in the =
background. it was beautiful.=20
in less than 12 hours i was in surgery to have my neck , cervical =
vertebrae fused. if not i would most likely be dead. actually christopher =
reeves condition was probably the best i could hope for if i did not have =
the surgery. and the possibility the surgery was a bust was high.=20

i took my ig collection of cd's and begged to be able to listen ot them =
before surgery. i had 3 hours to wait before pre-or. i remember closing my =
eyes and being able to see the girls at all the previous shows i had seen =
with my daughter, their smiles their energy. listened to old favorites =
with new outlook and heard new meaning in several of the songs i had found =
myself to  have begun to take for granted.  th possibility of not getting =
off the table had forced me to do a will and divide out things. the music =
collection ( over 300 cd's 300 lp ( yep vinyl) and 600 cassettes then 100 =
or so songbooks to go to my daughter who was only 5 at the time.=20

one of the nurses who was there in pre-or knew the girls. was happy that i =
had the cd's there. she had gone to the show the night before and thought =
it was ironic i was her only patient of the day. i still had the temp =
tattoo on my arm from the night before.=20

well, a year later, i am actually having to prepare for another round of =
surgery. the doc asked me yesterday exactly how important was playing the =
guitar  was to me. i didn't have to say anything. i could feel the tears =
well up in my eyes. he simply patted me on the shoulder and told m he =
would do everything to make it all okay.=20
so once again i find myself turning to music, the girls for solace and =
strength. amazing how they never seem to fail me.  just had to share =
....actually to make myself realize i had to do this again and goddess =
willing all will be fine. .......

one day i wanna play with the girls....maybe....sparkie

loralei riney
eligibility supervisor/membership analyst
bannerhealth system
445 w. 5th place suite 107
mesa, az. 85201
480-827-4829  =20
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hey gang -

i saw burn all the letters in minneapolis, i think, with mrs. fun. it
was amazingly beautiful... one of my favorite moments. i'm hoping to
hear that one again. it's always gotten under my skin...

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was it really?  anyone have a boot i could get hold of?  :)

jean


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> > i was thinking about how we haven't yet seen "we are together" done
> >  live... i was wondering if anyone knew why?
> my memory may be faulty, but i could almost swear they played that at
> sdsu in
> san diego on the cons tour....


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well i just checked the set list on lifeblood for the oct. 1999 san
diego state open air theater... is that the one you were talking about?
they didn't play it at that one :(  so much for a boot <g>

jean


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> > > i was thinking about how we haven't yet seen "we are together"
> done
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> > my memory may be faulty, but i could almost swear they played that
> at
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yes, if anyone has that power, please use it.  we also recoreded a dave
matthews concert, and it was so nice to just be able to relax and know that
it was ok, dave said it is ok to tape his show.  i don't like offending
people, but i want to tape the ig shows that i go to.  surely they could,
being the artist, have some say over these rules at each venue.

thanks
traci

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sheryl wrote:

>actually, they did burn all the letters in minneapolis last year.

no way! i've never heard that one live. and it's one of my favorite emily
songs.

didn't emily say that batl was very difficult to play live?
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i've never heard...

language or the kiss
cedar tree

but, i am sure they must have been done...


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>>actually, they did burn all the letters in minneapolis last year.
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hi,
does anyone know where i might be able to order any ig tour shirts, or any
other ig clothing?
it seems that whenever i go see them i am flat broke, and now that i have a
bit of cash i really want to find a shirt.  any info you can email me
privately, thanks!

peace,
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i have never heard cedar tree either.  come to think of it, i don't think i
have ever heard them do watershed live either.  though i know they have!
they just haven't done it in a while.  back when they were playing it live i
was still "too young" to go to that kind of a concert.  at least that is
what my mom would say.
>
>
>
>i've never heard...
>
>language or the kiss
>cedar tree
>
>but, i am sure they must have been done...
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they did cedar tree either in waterloo or saratoga springs last august.  it
was fantastic!

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> is it just me, or does anyone else find it odd that c.o.n.s is
> entirely
> unrepresented on the compilation?

actually, trouble and go are on it, according to cdnow
yesterday, along with a new song by amy and a new one by emily.


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hi everyone,
i am new to the list and have been enjoying all the discussion.
was wondering if anyone has ever heard nashville.   one of my favs, but i
have never heard it at a show.

wen

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>nueva senorita.  it's gorgeous.

does anyone have this song on mp3?  i'd love to hear it!

brandon

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> i am new to the list and have been enjoying all the discussion.
> was wondering if anyone has ever heard nashville.   one of my favs, but i
> have never heard it at a show.

        yep - they played it at dickinson college in april '98, with a lot
of listees in attendance, i think. they also played world falls that
night, which i've heard a few times since (they played it at a lot of
acoustic shows this past spring) but was new to me then. it was also one
of the first shows at which they played gone again.
        hey, did anybody ever get a decent boot of that show? i tracked
down two different recordings, but they were both reeeally crappy.
        mandy

        p.s. while i'm here (i've been meaniung to ask this since i got
back onlist) did anybody get a decent ravinia boot?

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                everywhere i turn
                all the beauty just keeps shaking me

                                amy ray

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what happened with ig and rainy day records? am i missing something?
please don't keep me in suspense!!

peace
barb

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also the nigc part...
i am desperately looking for sheet music for connie kaldor music. i have =
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avail....does anyone else even know of her....she is from canada....i =
would love to learn several of her songs. actually there is one very =
special one i want to play for my partner when things are settled and i =
ask her if she wants to go to vermont!!!!


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let's see here, songs i've never heard live,

almost all of the nis songs
sister
watchtower
and many other wonderful  songs i can't recall off hand.


peace
barb

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>from:    kim & rhea <reebee@otherside.com>
>subject: nigc we got married!!!
>
>on friday there was a news article on yahoo that stated there had been 26
>civil unions performed so far.  we can't believe we are on the cutting edge
>of such a major development in the fight for equal rights.

tori and i discussed it, and decided the best thing we can do right now is *not* go to vt.  the last thing i want to see is other states pointing to a deluge of gay tourists in vt. to scare off potential legislation in other states.

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> we got married!!!
> . . .  we can't believe we are on the cutting edge

congratulations - today, vermont.  tomorrow, the world!!!!(well, maybe
in about 10-20 years if we're lucky)

bwaaaaaaahaaahaaaaa!!!

elaine ;)

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has anyone ever heard "hey jesus" at a show.  i would love to hear that one.

traci

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hey y'all,

i know boys don't cry has already been released on video, but it seems
like it usually takes a long time before movies are released for sale on
video. does anyone have any idea when boys don't cry will be released for
sale, or has it been released already and the video stores in this
one-horse town aren't carrying it?

amy m.

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date:         tue, 18 jul 2000 17:45:08 -0400
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<<> in addition to radio box, epic records will be reissuing the first four
albums by the girls -- with new packaging, liner notes, and as-yet-undecided
bonus tracks, on the same date.>>

<<i fekkin' *hate* when record companies do that!>>

should i tell you then that they're re-releasing the 3-pak (strange fire,
indigo girls and nomads*indians*saints) on sep 26, 2000 ~without~ the bonus
tracks. available at your local costco only, folks...

probably trying to get rid of old stock, and hoping costco shoppers aren't
clued in enough to know they're about to be reissued. actually that trick
works well on ebay too... offloading a rare-ish cd a few weeks before it's
reissued. i've ~made~ money that way _and_ got the bonustracks disc :o)

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congratulations kim and rhea!

i'm happy and proud for you!

-larissa


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>last week we went on vacation to massachusetts. on thursday we made the trip
>to vermont to apply for a license for a civil union.  within an hour we were
>married!
>finally, after 18 years together, we have a piece of paper acknowledging our
>commitment to each other.
>
>on friday there was a news article on yahoo that stated there had been 26
>civil unions performed so far.  we can't believe we are on the cutting edge
>of such a major development in the fight for equal rights.
>
>kim & rhea
>
>"sometimes i ask to sneak a closer look, skip to the final chapter of the
>book...
>but the question drowns in its futility, and even i have got to laugh at
>me."
>
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hi jean and y'all,

i asked emily saliers after the october 4, 1999 concert, if they would play
"we are together" the next night (in philly), and she said they haven't
learned it yet.  i don't think they will ever learn it to perform it live
with the band.  it is my favorite song on the album, even though it may be
cornily happy, i still love it.  i even wore a pink bunny suit on october 4,
1999(makeup by jill certo), concert and brought a stuffed animal dog from
the chorus of the song.  i'm that obsessed! ;)

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"amy m." wrote:

<snip>
does anyone have any idea when boys don't cry will be released for sale, or
has it been released already and the video stores in this one-horse town
aren't carrying it?
</snip>

yep, it's out.  i saw it at the local department store last night in fact.

amazon.com also has it:
   vhs   $12.99 plus s&h
   dvd   $26.23 plus s&h   (kinda pricey imho)

i haven't seen this one yet.  i'm waiting 'till i work up the conviction to
do it.  i just know it's not gonna have a happy ending.  :(

chris m. wilson

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jean wrote:

>hey all,
>
>also, i was wondering if there are other songs of their studio albums
>that they have chosen not to perform live, and what the reasoning might be
>there...
>
>something to think about :)
>
>jean

has anyone heard "fugitive" live?...that's one of my most favorite amy songs
and i don't believe i've seen it on any of the setlists posted since i've
been on this list (3 years?)...btw, i heard "language or the kiss" in
concert, i think, at the '98 bates show...

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> has anyone heard "fugitive" live?...that's one of my most favorite amy songs
> and i don't believe i've seen it on any of the setlists posted since i've
> been on this list (3 years?)...btw, i heard "language or the kiss" in
> concert, i think, at the '98 bates show...

        oooh, i love fugitive, too. i haven't seen it on a setlist in
years, though. hmm - maybe we should talk about it a whole lot the way we
did with the wood song, and next tour season they'll pull it out again. :)

        btw, folks, anybody who's interested in a txt file of all the
collected recipes (and there are more than 60 of them) can email me at
sister_fortunate_one@yahoo.com. although if somebody wants to post them to
a website somewhere so listees can get them anytime, that would be cool
too...
        :)
        mandy

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hey y'all~
    it has usually been my experience that when a musical artist releases a
"best of..." album that soon after, the artist will either stop recording, or
if it is a band, they will break up. any news of wether this will happen to
our girls or not? *hoping this doesn't mean the end of the two*
~alyssa

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i already have it on dvd - has 3 or 4 versions of the trailer/preview on it.
my father watched pretty much the whole movie and i think he was distressed
by the rape scene. good movie - was just a had to have for my collection.

diane

> "amy m." wrote:
>
> <snip>
>  does anyone have any idea when boys don't cry will be released for sale,
or
> has it been released already and the video stores in this one-horse town
> aren't carrying it?
> </snip>
>
> yep, it's out.  i saw it at the local department store last night in fact.
>
> amazon.com also has it:
>    vhs   $12.99 plus s&h
>    dvd   $26.23 plus s&h   (kinda pricey imho)
>
> i haven't seen this one yet.  i'm waiting 'till i work up the conviction
to
> do it.  i just know it's not gonna have a happy ending.  :(
>

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hammer and a nail
hey jesus
blood and fire (of course)

hey, remember (people who have been on this list for a loooong time) like
three years ago after i had been to 10+ shows and still hadn't heard "power
of two" which was my fave song at the time (it's still up there!).  they were
doing it at every show i wasn't at!  but finally i heard it at the u.
kentucky show!  ;-)  i was sooo excited.  i think i still have that post to
the list from who knows how many years ago!

anyway, great topic!

:-) karen

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hi lisa,
   i've heard fugitive live a couple of times. i think one of them was in
portland, december of '94--but if not that show, definately that tour. i
don't have the set list handy, but i know i heard it.
sharon

>has anyone heard "fugitive" live?...that's one of my most favorite amy songs
>and i don't believe i've seen it on any of the setlists posted since i've
>been on this list (3 years?)...btw, i heard "language or the kiss" in
>concert, i think, at the '98 bates show...
>
>rugbygrrl

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they played cedar tree in ames, ia., last month and it was beautiful
michelle

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> date: tuesday, july 18, 2000 1:31 pm
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> i've never heard...
>
> language or the kiss
> cedar tree
>
> but, i am sure they must have been done...
>
>
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> >to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
> >
> >sheryl wrote:
> >
> >>actually, they did burn all the letters in minneapolis last year.
> >
> >no way! i've never heard that one live. and it's one of my favorite
emily
> >songs.
> >
> >didn't emily say that batl was very difficult to play live?
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> i have a question for anyone who has had something signed by amy.  is
there a
> little drawing with the signature?

i have one with a really retarted looking flower.  it doesn't really look
like a flower b/c she was so hurried.

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all these have been played live they are on boots

on tue, 18 jul 2000, karen, the biggest indigo bitch of japan wrote:

> hammer and a nail
> hey jesus
> blood and fire (of course)
>
> hey, remember (people who have been on this list for a loooong time) like
> three years ago after i had been to 10+ shows and still hadn't heard "power
> of two" which was my fave song at the time (it's still up there!).  they were
> doing it at every show i wasn't at!  but finally i heard it at the u.
> kentucky show!  ;-)  i was sooo excited.  i think i still have that post to
> the list from who knows how many years ago!
>
> anyway, great topic!
>
> :-) karen
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hi,

does anyone know where i can get midi soundfiles of the girls' songs?  i'm
specifically looking for the wood song and gone again...

thanks!

caitlyn

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they are few and far between i have to find the 2 that i have on my back
up disks i havent moved them to my new system

on tue, 18 jul 2000, lavendar wrote:

> hi,
>
> does anyone know where i can get midi soundfiles of the girls' songs?  i'm
> specifically looking for the wood song and gone again...
>
> thanks!
>
> caitlyn
>
>

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hey-- what boot do the girls and k's choice sing "keep on rockin' in the free
world?' i have it on one of the volumes on covers vs. originals, but i was
wondering from which boot it orginated. as for song never heard live......out
of all the shows i have been to i haven't heard joking!! i think that would
be such a fun "hootnany sing-along"  anyhow just a thought--  ashley

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hey all,
   i'm trying to learn the mandolin and i was wondering if anyone out there
knew the chords to johnny rottentale (is that the right title?) and gone
again, and any other ig song with mandolin in it...all help is much
appreciatded...thanks...
sharon

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i heard cedar tree, lotk, and watershed all at the same concert.  it was the
so release tour, but it happened!  no bootleg, sorry.

chris ii

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didn't the girls release a greatest hits cd in britain, around 1995?  i
know they released
one there in the mid 1990's, and well guess what, they're still around.
i don't think they'll
break-up soon  but who knows what could happen.

amy just said that they still have two more
recordings to go yet, and the best of  doesn't
count towards that .

peace
barb

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in a message dated 7/18/2000 10:49:21 pm central daylight time,
ritesofpassage9@webtv.net writes:

<< didn't the girls release a greatest hits cd in britain, around 1995?  >>

yeah, 4.5.

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hee...

<<hey-- what boot do the girls and k's choice sing "keep on rockin' in the
free world?' i have it on one of the volumes on covers vs. originals, but i
was wondering from which boot it orginated.>>

it was originally on the official 'power of two' cd single (and a couple of
ig and k's choice promos as well), but was later pirated on attack of the
killer b-sides volume two (i think).

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hi sharon!

that's what my grrlfriend says, too-that they used to play it a long time
ago...i was wondering how it sounded live since the recorded version has so
much orchestration...
take care,

rugbygrrl/lisa

>
>hi lisa,
>    i've heard fugitive live a couple of times. i think one of them was in
>portland, december of '94--but if not that show, definately that tour. i
>don't have the set list handy, but i know i heard it.
>sharon
>
> >has anyone heard "fugitive" live?...that's one of my most favorite amy
>songs
> >and i don't believe i've seen it on any of the setlists posted since i've
> >been on this list (3 years?)..
> >
> >rugbygrrl
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lisa wrote:

>i was wondering how it sounded live since the recorded version has so
much orchestration...

i'll never forget the first time i heard "fugitive" live. it was during a
shed tour before "swamp ophelia" was recorded. just amy alone on stage with
her guitar. she sang it with such passion. i was blown away.

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hi all.....
    i know it gets tiring sometimes to read through boot requests, and for
that i appologize. but, i was hoping some people out there could help me out.
i'm looking for boots of some shows i have been to over the years and was
hoping to "relive" those fun times.  if any of you could help me out, please
email me privately.

so release tour -- june ??, 1997 -- pine knob, mi
                             november 11, 1997 -- university of dayton,
dayton, oh
                             december ??, 1997 -- palace theater (?)
colombus, oh
cons tour             september 28, 2000 -- savannah civic center
                             october ??, 2000 -- uga
                             december 17, 2000 -- tabernacle, atlanta, ga
(show #2)
thanks so much...
peace --
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hi everyone,

having heard dribs and drabs about this band, i'm curious about their message. any die-hard ratm fans out there? please email me privately, i've got a question/request.

thanks,
brenda :)

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i originally sent this sometime last week, but i never saw it show up, so i
am reposting it.  i thought it was pretty interesting.  if it's a duplicate
post, sorry!!

i haven't seen anyone else mention it, so here goes.

a week ago sunday night on foodtv they did a show called roadie chefs where
they showed
the behind the scenes catering that goes on at concerts.  a large segment of
the show was about a non-profit organization "rock and wrap it up", if my
memory serves me right.  this organization is affilliated with lots of bands
touring around the country, and after the band has finished with their food,
the leftovers are wrapped up and delivered to soup kitchens in the local
area.  there are volunteers in many cities that deliver the food.

all in all it was pretty cool, thing, now for the igc......during this
segment, they interviewed both amy and emily regarding donating their food.
i was only half awake so i won't even attempt to paraphrase what they said,
but if you see it on another time, it was definitely worth checking out.  i
checked out foodtv.com to see if i could find when it might air again, but i
didn't have any luck.

back to lurking!!!


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this is definitely a great topic....it now has me curious to the songs that
i have seen them perform live.  if i could only remember all the shows that
i have seen, then i could compile my list!!

as for blood & fire, i knew that i had heard it live on some of my bootlegs
and after a quick check of my bootlegs, i found that they performed this
song on 12/4/89 at the ridge theater in vancouver, bc and also 11/6/89 in
london.

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uh...since when can't you be gay & married?

on tue, 18 jul 2000 12:11:39 -0400, q.o.t.u. wrote:

>  isn't it funny that we have a no gossip policy about the girls but nobody
>  else? personally, i think that if famous people haven't come out
publicly,
>  we shouldn't be passing around this kind of info, because it qualifies as
>  gossip...besides, do we really care if john t is married or gay or both?
>  how about tom and nicole? not me...sorry if this sounds like a flame, i
>  don't mean it that way. i just think that we should maybe curtail the
>  speculation a little?
>  sharon
>
>  at 10:23 am 07/18/2000 -0500, kovacs, mirinda wrote:
>  >isn't john travolta married?
>  >
>  >....the assistant gave me tne scoop on who's gay in hollywood,
>  >too...supposedly john travolta and tom cruise....nicole kidman,
too.....and
>  >of course, kevin spacey...but we all knew that, didn't we?  sorry for
the
>  >nigc, just thought you guys might find this tidbit funny!!
>  >
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has anyone ever heard "walk away" live ?????

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i'm looking for a boot (preferably cdr, but i'll tape
tape as well:) of the june 6, 1997 concert from great
woods in massachusetts.  please contact me via private
email if you have one.  thanks
keeping her fingers crossed,
carrie:)

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hey all
   i, too, am looking for a boot...it's the show where joan jett and the
indigo girls sing crimson and clover together. i'd sell a kidney for a
decent copy...anyone have one?
thanks
sharon

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i have found a cassette of deadicated, which, as you know, contains our
girls doing uncle john's band.  i know there was some discussion recently
by a few listees who had never heard it.  i'd like to trade for it, but
let me know.

i also found four or five shawn colvin cd singles.  if you know any s.c.
collectors, let them know.  i forget which ones because they are at home
and i am at work (lame, i know), but they are all recent.  email me if you
want more info and i will actually give you the names of the songs.  :)

garian

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i was pretty excited to hear kid fears on saturday in seattle, amy seemed
really impressed with audience participation on that one in particular, i
don't remember hearing it live before.  another new live one for me was
andy, and was it ever beautiful.  emily sings like an angel.  still haven't
posted that setlist yet.  i swear i will get to it.

traci

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*  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
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*  stitched across the land"                     *
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i saw that someone had mentioned the dickinson show in april of 98... and as
i watch the monsoon rains fall outside my office, i think that will always
be my favorite show. the pouring rain left everyone soaked and we packed
into the gym and ofcourse we started dancing. i know it got very humid and
sticky and the girls got a little concerned about those of us who had packed
ourselves like sardines on the floor. so they sent out big red cups of water
from the stage down into the dancing crowd! it was so oddly spiritual, like
communion at the alter of musical goddesses! there were all these folks who
passed up the water, even tho they were dying of thirst, because they
thought it was "icky" -- i thought they were insane.

i don't have a set list of this show, but i remember they busted into pink
floyd (i'm pretty sure it was p.f.) and going nuts... that was such an
amazing nite!!!

so, if anyone has a decent boot of this concert, please let me know as well.
thanks!
sarah

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hey all -

it seems like a good time for long lost (or not so long, and not quite
lost) listees to be saying hi, so i'm just letting you all know that i'm
not only back, but i've moved!  it was goodbye jerusalem (sniffle),
hello la, and i'll be moving to new york in a few weeks.  all this
moving stuff is pretty difficult, and not just emotionally (i can't find
my darn checkbook ;), so if you want to send warm fuzzies, or hey - just
some tips about moving, and where to go in new york for some fun etc.
etc. etc. feel free!   for those of you who are interested, i passed the
israel bar, and am now officially a lawyer in a country i no longer live
in.  of course, i despised working in corporate law and am desperately
looking for an alternative, so if anyone has any advice on that, feel
free to send that along my way, as well....  i also finished recording
my cd, "out of context" before leaving israel, which was exciting and
nerve wracking and hectic and all... and now the highlight of my life is
that i'll be seeing the girls at the hob in la next week - anyone
going?  be in touch - if there are enough of us, maybe we'll do a
listmeet??!!  wait out front to be the first in line and hear
soundcheck?  maybe??

peace,

michal

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heres the setlist for seattle's show on sat... in no particular order

ozilline
gone again
go
trouble
peace tonight
andy
faye tucker
shame on you
get out the map
shed your skin
galileo
wood song
least complicated
power of two
kid fears
closer to fine
midnight train to georgia w/ spearhead
or with rose

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sorry folks -

java, if you're still around, i've got your summer addy on a diskette
packed away somewhere, and i'll be darned if i'm able to find it...
at the beep, you know what to do...

michal

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anyone out there know yet who will be opening for them at nautica?
still haven't heard anything yet... though i do have my "wishes"...

:)
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hey y'all.  remember back when i was making lots of cdr bootlegs?  well
i have a new job with no cd-maker, and though i made this announcement
weeks ago, i have received one request from someone overseas who went
to a lot of trouble to have a check drawn on us funds for all 8 discs
that i used to offer. (she's getting them at cost and all.)  anyhow, so
now i have a check and a padded self-addressed mailer and no way to do
anything except print the art.  so...

do any of you have a cd-maker and error-free (or near) discs of the
following?

1. early recordings 3 disc set
2. 9:30 club and more 2 disc set (the mix that i did)
3. montreal '94 and more 2 disc set (the mix that i did)
4. shades of indigo

if so, and you're willing to help me out, i'd really appreciate it.
please email me, not the list, at tara8595@yahoo.com.  i'm going to
cash the check, take out the $1/disc for art and postage enough to mail
it to whoever helps me out, and send the rest along.  if you help,
you'll be responsible for buying 8 cdrs w/cases, for which she sent $2
each, and postage for the package which she included as well.  please
let me know as soon as possible.  i'm in a jam, and i certainly don't
want to disappoint this poor girl who even got her grandma to mail her
check for her.

tara

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hi!
glad to hear some good news about ellen and anne. some friends saw ellen's
stand up routine in atlantic city and said it just wasn't funny. then some
friends down in florida said the same thing. seems the florida show was also
a benefit for the hrc and there was a $100/person meet anne and ellen after
the show for 1 hour. i was told that they stayed 10 minutes and the buffet
that was included was also taken away very quickly. i was sad to hear of the
lousy experiences because i think ellen is quite a remarkable person for all
that she has done.

i hope her new series gives her some freedom because she really is a funny
woman.
just my two cents.

lisa

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hi-- did anyone attend this show?? i read someone's review at ig.com and he
said that they didn't play closer to fine!! what's the reason behind this?
you can't just "forget"  to put it on the set list!! :) just wondering.....

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in a message dated 7/19/2000 8:43:48 pm pacific daylight time,
accoats@aol.com writes:

> i read someone's review at ig.com and he
>  said that they didn't play closer to fine!! what's the reason behind this?
>  you can't just "forget"  to put it on the set list!! :) just wondering.....
>

i don't have any information on why they didn't sing it, but your post
reminded me of a funny story when i went to see them a few years back in
tampa...they kept messing up "closer to fine" and needed to start over again
once or twice.  it was really pretty funny being that it is one of their most
frequently played songs, the girls were laughing at themselves as well.  :)

  peace,
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they played fugitive in minneapolis in 94 also.

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hi lisa,
   i've heard fugitive live a couple of times. i think one of them was in
portland, december of '94--but if not that show, definately that tour. i
don't have the set list handy, but i know i heard it.
sharon

>has anyone heard "fugitive" live?...that's one of my most favorite amy
songs
>and i don't believe i've seen it on any of the setlists posted since i've
>been on this list (3 years?)...btw, i heard "language or the kiss" in
>concert, i think, at the '98 bates show...
>
>rugbygrrl

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okay, if blood and fire is on a boot somewhere i really want it.  anybody
willing to help me out please e-mail me off list.  thanks.


>all these have been played live they are on boots
>
>on tue, 18 jul 2000, karen, the biggest indigo bitch of japan >wrote:

> hammer and a nail
> hey jesus
> blood and fire (of course)

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ellen's show is pure comedy
just my 2 cents...

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just wondering if these are going to live tracks or just reissued studio
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versions
anyone?

"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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hey!

i'm leaving for berkeley now!  i hope to see some of you at saturday's show.
:-)

anyway, i had posted a few days ago about songs i had never heard live.  i
said "hammer and nail" "hey jesus" and "blood and fire" (of course).  what i
meant is that i had never been at a show where they had performed any of
these songs.  i have heaps of boots with "hammer and nail," though.

but if anyone does have a boot w/ blood and fire or hey jesus, can we
possibly set up a trade?  lemme know.

:-) karen

(ps - switching to digest for while i am away...)

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hey gang -

the vote about the list address is really close - 5 to 7 in favor of
not including the address in the shirt design. if you have an opinion
either way, please email me privately at amy_indigirl@yahoo.com. i will
only be taking votes until the end of the day tomorrow (friday). if
you've already emailed me about the address issue, thank you for your
input! :)

love,
amy

ps - one day til sacramento! :) woo!

pps - if you *still* haven't checked out the design, it's at http://www.indigirl.com/igc.html

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anyone interested in a  ig cdr trade?  i have 30+ cds
now, and would like to do a few more trades before
heading back to school for the fall.

email me if you are interested, and we can exchange
lists.

thanks,
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gotta disagree.....saw her in atlanta. it was so funny my jaw hurt when i left.
it was a joy to see her looking so good and seeming so happy.
sorry your friends had that experience!
cheri

lisa sanderson wrote:

> hi!
> glad to hear some good news about ellen and anne. some friends saw ellen's
> stand up routine in atlantic city and said it just wasn't funny. then some
> friends down in florida said the same thing. seems the florida show was also
> a benefit for the hrc and there was a $100/person meet anne and ellen after
> the show for 1 hour. i was told that they stayed 10 minutes and the buffet
> that was included was also taken away very quickly. i was sad to hear of the
> lousy experiences because i think ellen is quite a remarkable person for all
> that she has done.
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thanks everyone who offered to help.  neil's gonna handle it for me,
but thanks to everyone else - i knew i could count on y'all.

tara

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hi,

i'm not sure if you already know this but i just heard that the openers
for the san diego shows are  mrs. fun (tues) and the butchies (wed).  can
anyone tell me which songs (if any) the girls usually do with either of
these bands .....thanks!

also, i still have a single ticket for wednesday's show  (row 12, center
sec.) if anyone is interested.

chris : )

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ok so i was driving around yesterday going to pick up a client of mine...i was tired of flipping through the same radio stations, so i hit the scan button on the radio (which i firmly believe every car should have), scanning...scanning..until i hear two voices that i of course recognize..in my shocked state i could not figure out who or what it was...as we all know to stop the scan option you have to hit scan again...as i lunged toward my radio i accidently hit the wrong button..losing the song....freaking out..i quickly found it again....so any guesses on what the song was???  closer to fine?...galileo maybe??? no...you are all wrong...it was watershed!!! yes i too was suprised!!!....it was awesome...and although i missed most of the song, by first losing the station and then screaming for the next 30 seconds..it was wonderful.  so then i realize that i have my now new favorite radio station, which happens to be the station that world cafe comes on...ask me how i know that...!
well i heard that guys voice..you know that guy if you have that boot. so anyway..it was a most wonderful day!..thanks for tolerating that :o)

ps..as a side note i just got a job as a waitress at phillips in baltimore (stop in if you get a chance), anyway like my second week there i was opening the place and they have music playing in the morning.  so what do i hear???but peace tonight..i ran all over the restaurent telling everyone that they were playing my girls!! woo hooo...so that was a good day too. ok i am really going this time...so stop reading this...no i mean it stop reading....

bye,
carla :)

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hi guys! was reading a copy of rolling stone today <blink 182 on the cover>
and under the national concerns heading there was an article on bush and all
the executions that have taken place under his term of office in texas--
there is a picture and brief summary of karla faye tucker-- when i was
reading it i could feel the haunting shrill scream of amy's voice.... just
thought i'd pass along the info in case anyone wanted to read. y'all take
care! --ashley

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hi everyone!

mandy burton forwarded me the document containing the recipes collected
through the mailing list.  i have converted this page to html and am hosting
the pages on my server.

if you get a chance, check them out at
http://www.plantiv.com/recipes/recipes.htm

if you have any technical questions/problems/complaints etc. please forward
them to me.

there is one page that contains all the recipes submitted.  (minus the
desserts and meat recipes for now, but these will be added shortly.

there are links from that page for each recipe.  these links will bring you
to a page that you can print each recipe individually.

thanks,

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i got this from alt.music.indigo-girls  it's really long, but something
everyone should like.
dee

**********

>from lavender magazine (a local gay magazine in the twin cities)

   volume 6, issue 134   july 14, 2000 through july 27, 2000

amy ray's redemption songs
by sarah petersen

amy ray, half of the popular folk-rock band the indigo girls, is keeping
herself pretty busy these days. she's currently touring with bandmate emily
saliers in support of their most recent release, come on now social (1999),
actively working to support various causes and charitable organizations, and
continuing to develop her own projects. she took a little time out of her
hectic schedule to talk to lavender about balancing her own work with that of
the indigo girls, and about
combining art and activism.

the dynamic duo
amy ray and emily saliers released their first single in 1985. since then,
they've put out nine albums, toured the globe, and watched their fan base
swell. though they've worked closely together for more than 15 years, the two
maintain very separate lives; ray runs her own record label, and saliers
recently opened a restaurant in their native atlanta, georgia. they don't
write songs together, as many bands do.

ray holds that the individuality of her and saliers feeds well into the
group's dynamic, and that the partnership is flourishing. "i love working as
a duo, and i think it's probably best for me," she says thoughtfully. "it's
always fun to do projects alone--independent projects, too, 'cause i think it
helps bring new excitement into the duo. but i think the sum is greater than
the parts, as far as we go," she adds, punctuating the remark, as she often
does, with a self-deprecating chuckle.

ray continues, "i guess the thing that makes it work is the amount of space
we give each other, and the fact that we really respect each other. we each
have our own kind of world. we write separately, and when we get in the
studio, we're in control of our own songs. i think that really helps."

photo by schaune griffin (c) 2000
amy ray (left), with indigo girls bandmate emily saliersartist/record
executive
ray's record label, daemon records, just celebrated its tenth anniversary.

despite the demands that accompany touring with saliers as the indigo girls,
ray remains "very involved" with day-to-day operations at daemon. "i have
three people that work for me, and we [exchange] e-mail...i talk to them
every couple of days. it's constant back-and-forth about what's going on. so
i'm just one of the people who works there, basically," concludes ray with
another laugh. "when i'm
home, i do more physical work for the label, and when i'm on the road, it's a
lotta mental stuff and phone calls and working on issues."

most recently, ray helped put together the tenth anniversary tour. "i booked
all the dates," she explains. "and then another person organized the band
list. and another person stage-managed. so we split everything up between
four people. i mean, they obviously do more work than i do, because they're
there."  she pauses, then says simply, "it's hands-on for me."

when asked if the label is accomplishing everything she had envisioned at the
beginning, ray pauses again and sighs a frustrated little exhalation that
indicates dissatisfaction with the progress of a dream.   "that's a good
question. yeah, it is. politically speaking, it is. it's an activist label,
we do a lot of work in the community, and it's not-for-profit, and it's very
noncorporate"--meaning, she adds, that everything is done "from the bottom
up" and is "thought about as far as
the impact it has, environmentally and socially and everything.

"musically, it's diverse, which is what i wanted. i struggle a lot more with
distribution issues than i thought i would at this point." ray says that part
of this struggle--and another source of tension--is tied to what she terms
"acceptance in the independent community."

"it's hard," she says by way of summary, "because i'm a major-label artist
that plays in what people think of as more of a mainstream arena, and i'm push
ing a label that has punk bands and hip-hop bands and folk, and people don't
understand how to make these two images work together.   so for me, that's
the only problem i have."

ray's own listening habits are not easily summarized, even by the artist
herself. "i'd need to go look at my cd collection, 'cause i don't know what
i'm listening to at the moment," she says, only half-joking. "i've been
listening to demo tapes for the last month to figure out what's going on with
daemon.  the reason i have daemon is because there're artists out there whose
records i want to put out. there's rose polenzani, who's really important to
me, and she's a songwriter on daemon. i listen to her a lot. but there's a
lot of great stuff out there."

when the conversation turns to the upcoming honor the earth tour, ray
brightens. she's eager to talk about the project she started with saliers and
a group of fellow activists in 1993. "we're in the process of planning the
next honor the earth tour, which will be in october," she says.

"what it is, for people who don't know, it's a campaign we started with some
indian activists to merge our environmental activism with native american
environmental activism. so we started this campaign, and basically we raise
money and we fund already existing grassroots indigenous activist groups. and
they work on environmental issues and issues of cultural sustainability and
environmental sustainability.

"we've done three tours in the past and raised about a half million dollars.
what we do is we go out for about three weeks, we raise money and political
awareness, we usually have a couple of national focuses that are specifically
relevant to the time and the places where we go, and then we do smaller
focuses in different regions. we go to indian reservations and play and do
cultural exchange, we go to major cities and talk about the issues and raise
money, and we usually go to the white house, too, to do some lobbying."

ray is very rational, very factual, and very specific; she has clearly done he
r homework. but through the veneer of effective rhetoric shines her
trademark, tightly controlled intensity. "this year we're focusing on nuclear
issues as one of the main focuses. there's this nuclear waste transportation
act that keeps coming up over and over again in congress, and it's an act
that takes all the waste from all the nuclear power plants, most of them
being on the east coast, and ships it across the country to the west coast,
to a site on [a] mountain--it's an earthquake zone, it's on a water aquifer,
it's sacred land to the piute and western shoshone nations, and [the act was]
going to make that a storage
facility.

"the big issue with us is that, for one thing, the shipping of it is very
dangerous; secondly, when you allow nuclear power plants to ship waste,
you're allowing them to create more," she says with a short, incredulous
laugh, as if the truth of the statement were so self-evident that
articulating it might sound condescending. "that's the biggest issue. and the
third thing is that it's western shoshone territory.  during the fifties,
that's the place they used to experiment with bombs--nuclear bombs--and it's
been polluted over and over again. it's just time to give it a rest."

the other issue this year's honor the earth tour will focus on deals with
governmental accountability; this one, however, has more to do with animal
rights, another issue near and dear to ray's heart. she's been known to adopt
stray cats and dogs while on tour and find them homes back in georgia. the
animals in question are the buffalo in yellowstone park (too big to adopt
while touring on a bus).

"when they get hungry, sometimes they wander out of the park," ray explains.
"the department of livestock started this practice of shooting the buffalo as
they wandered out of the park. it's pretty bad. they're just killing 'em,
because the cattle ranchers around there are pissed off and say that the
buffalo are spreading this disease called brucellosis.

"but actually," she's quick to add, "it hasn't been proven. there are a lot
of ex-ranchers out there that are on the side of the buffalo who are saying
that it's just bullshit; the ranchers are having the old cowboy-indian battle
of cattle versus buffalo. and the buffalo are really good for the ecosystem.
they work with the plains in a certain way that allows the correct balance of
everything to exist. and cattle ranching's actually really bad for it.

"it's not that we're against cattle ranching," ray hastens to add politely.
"it's just that buffalo would actually be a good thing to have, so we're
encouraging it. the native people are thrown into this issue because the
buffalo are very important to them. they want to take buffalo and raise them.
they're willing to take the buffalo that are starving out of the park and
onto their land and raise them, and they're not being allowed to do that. a
lot of issues around the empowerment of
native people [are involved]. so we're behind that issue, too."

a logical marriage
honor the earth isn't the only cause ray has taken on over the years.  the
indigo girls album notes list contact information for a variety of causes:
the abolishment of the death penalty, pflag, youth pride, greenpeace, people
for ethical treatment of animals (peta), the coalition for the homeless, and
amnesty international. in 1994, ray assembled a group of atlanta-area
musicians (including saliers) for daemon's jesus christ superstar: a
resurrection (ray sang the part of jesus, saliers was mary magdalene). all
the proceeds went to help end
gun violence.

more recently, ray and saliers traveled to havana, cuba, in march 1999 as a
part of music bridges, a songwriting workshop and cultural exchange that
aimed to transcend political barriers through art.  ray thinks that music and
activism are a natural combination. "for me, they work really well together.
i mean, we have a very fluid sort of existence. when we go on tour--not in a
political way, but just our regular tours--the concerts are just musical. we
just play our songs. i
wouldn't say it's a super political experience, except that it's socially
infused--the lyrics are--and i think there's a feeling of community there,
and that's pretty political now, i guess," she acknowledges with a rueful
laugh.

ray goes on, "we do voter registration in the lobby, and we have a resource
table. we are very clear when we do benefit tours that it's a benefit tour,
and it's going to be a political experience if you come, and your money's
going to go to this and that. so we feel like we have a balance, an informed
balance where people are aware of what's going on so they can either support
it or not support it. so, i feel like it works. for me, activism and
music--they're like the same thing."

touring has become a way of life for ray. she and saliers performed at the
lilith fair two years in a row, and in 1998 assembled a collection of
noteworthy women musicians for the suffragette sessions tour. the lineup
included kate schellenbach (then of luscious jackson), josephine wiggs,
thalia zedek of come, lisa germano, jane siberry, gail ann dorsey, and
others. all remained on the stage throughout the show and took turns playing
each other's songs. the idea for the tour (originally titled the "rolling
thunder pussy revue") was hatched by ray and friend ani difranco, though
difranco did not end up rolling with the revue.

"ani--i don't know what happened, she couldn't make it or something. she was
in the planning process and always talked about it with me, but couldn't do
it. and we changed the name..." ray begins to mumble a bit, "...'cause some
of the artists didn't want to use the word 'pussy' in the title, so, you
know...i gave in on that one." she laughs.

until another pussy revue (by any other name) starts rolling, the indigo
girls have plenty to do; their current tour continues, and they're scheduled
to play the michigan womyn's music festival in august. "i'm totally excited,"
ray says. "the butchies are playing, too, so we're going to play together and
everything. i'm excited. it's gonna be fun!"

she describes the festival as "just a wild time"; for years, citing a desire
to promote humanism over separatism, the indigo girls publicly refused to
play festivals that excluded men--or anyone else. but they relented two years
ago when the organizers of the michigan festival called and asked them to
play, and the indigo girls were "overwhelmed" by the energy they found there.
it was such a positive experience that they phoned the fest's contact people
and asked if they could play at the twenty-fifth anniversary celebration. the
coordinators immediately scheduled them for the opening night ceremonies.

the honor the earth tour starts up in october. "actually, minneapolis is
going to be one of the dates," ray notes, "because we're working with prairie
island, with the nuclear power issue there.  "i'm doing a solo record, but
it's not going to be out until late winter, next year. i've only done three
songs. i gotta get to work on
it."

ray describes the solo album's sound as "not different from me, but it's
probably different from the indigo girls. it's gonna be kinda punk...." she
trails off briefly, then begins again in a more definite tone. "it's
electric. it's a little more low-fi, 'cause i can't really afford to do a
blown-out record. and i don't really want to, either," she adds positively.
"i've got a really low recording budget, and i'm doing it at different
studios, small studios at friends' houses and things like that, and playing
with different punk bands that i like. so we'll see. i have no idea what it's
going to sound like. kind of like crazy horse meets the butchies.

"do you know that band? the butchies?" she asks, as excited as any fan.
"they're out of north carolina. they're three women that play kinda punk
music."

indigo girls aficionados need not fear, however. "we're working on putting
together a retrospective that'll come out in the fall. we're going to record
a couple of new songs for it in august. we have a dvd coming out of this
great show with our band that we recorded in denver at a club. epic's
rereleasing some of our earlier releases, and we've gotta write liner notes
for those. so we've got all these little projects going on."

for more information about the indigo girls, point your web browser to
www.indigogirls.com.
ffi about honor the earth, go to www.honorearth.com.
ffi about daemon records and recording artists, go to www.daemonrecords.com.

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date:         thu, 20 jul 2000 19:25:45 edt
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just a note--amazon.com has this cool thing where they will e-mail you and
let you know when the video goes on sale.

(i'm waiting on "where the heart is" to hit the racks).

they also have the coolest wish list you can set up--you choose your "wants"
from amazon and they will mail the link to your wish list to your friends.

great when your friends keep asking, "what do you want for your b-day!"

anyhow....anywho....happy thursday to all.

claudia

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date:         thu, 20 jul 2000 18:05:13 -0700
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anyone else going to this upcoming michelle malone
show? we should meet up or something.

> 22  chicago, il  edgewater days festival  8:30p
granville ave. between broadway & sheridan

julie :)

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hello everyone,

i recently set up a trade for a boot i have wanted for a while now, a good
(or better) quality copy of any of the most recent acoustic duo tour shows..
the person i set up the trade with has unfortuantely misplaced her copy and
so i am appealing to the group.  the 4/16 show at american univ was the best
show i have ever seen!!  i won't be picky, i just want a great copy of any
of the acoustic duo shows on cd.  i will be grateful to anyone that can
help.  i have bunches of ig boots and lots of other bands like rem, sarah,
u2, and bruce springsteen to trade.

thanks for your help.

sincerely,

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okay people what's all this tal about ellen having a new show? pray
tell me,tell me who. (lol)

peace
barb

http://community.webtv.net/ritesofpassage9/foreverindigogirls

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in a message dated 7/20/00 10:54:58 pm eastern daylight time,
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<< okay people what's all this tal about ellen having a new show? pray
tell me,tell me who. (lol)

peace
barb >>


as far as i know she is only having a "dramatic comedy" special on hbo(?  i
think)

indi

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i read that her new show is on cbs.  did anybody else read that somewhere?


carla

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in a message dated 7/20/00 10:54:58 pm eastern daylight time,
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<< okay people what's all this tal about ellen having a new show? pray
tell me,tell me who. (lol)

peace
barb >>


as far as i know she is only having a "dramatic comedy" special on hbo(?
i
think)

indi

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last bit of self promotion:

last day!


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> -----original message-----
> from: indigo girls mailing list [mailto:indigo-girls@netspace.org]on
> behalf of cindy marie

>
> uh...since when can't you be gay & married?


uh, since like forever. we can have civil ceremonies but we cannot have a
legally sanctioned marriage. in fact, i do not think there is anywhere in
the world where we can get married and enjoy the exact same benefits as
heterosexual couples tho the netherlands have several countried who come
quite close.

ryan

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as i read the thread. i think the question pertained to the ancient
hollywood practice of 'marrying' two marketable film commodities in order to
provide fodder for those masterpieces of journalism that one finds in
supermarket checkout aisles.....

on the other hand, it is very possible to be gay and married - if one is
closeted or in denial - which brings up another point.....

why must a marriage be based on sex?  sure, it's wonderful and all that, but
in the long term, i would think that shared interests and mutual respect are
much more important.....

since this is way removed from igc please respond privately if you wish to
pursue the discussion.....

peace,
tim

> > uh...since when can't you be gay & married?
>
>
> uh, since like forever. we can have civil ceremonies but we cannot have a
> legally sanctioned marriage. in fact, i do not think there is anywhere in
> the world where we can get married and enjoy the exact same benefits as
> heterosexual couples tho the netherlands have several countried who come
> quite close.
>
> ryan

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anne heche is directing an hbo special about ellen's latest tour.  and
ellen does have a new show coming out, i forget exactly when, but she
talked about it on her stand up tour.  it's going to be a revue, sort
of in the style of the carol burnette show.

jean


--- indigokat@aol.com wrote:
> in a message dated 7/20/00 10:54:58 pm eastern daylight time,
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>
> << okay people what's all this tal about ellen having a new show?
> pray
>  tell me,tell me who. (lol)
>
>  peace
>  barb >>
>
>
> as far as i know she is only having a "dramatic comedy" special on
> hbo(?  i
> think)
>
> indi
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>> uh...since when can't you be gay & married?<<

>> uh, since like forever. <<

i think she meant since when can't you be gay and married to a person
of the opposite sex.  :)  ie. the (most likely incorrect) rumours about
tom cruise and nicole kidman.

jean


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> >
> > uh...since when can't you be gay & married?
>
>
> uh, since like forever. we can have civil ceremonies but we cannot
> have a
> legally sanctioned marriage. in fact, i do not think there is
> anywhere in
> the world where we can get married and enjoy the exact same benefits
> as
> heterosexual couples tho the netherlands have several countried who
> come
> quite close.
>
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when ellen was on david letterman, she did say the
show would be on cbs, and she was working on the
pilot.  i don't know if that means they are actually
filming it or if she is still writing it.

jana

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> anne heche is directing an hbo special about ellen's
> latest tour.  and
> ellen does have a new show coming out, i forget
> exactly when, but she
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> of in the style of the carol burnette show.
>
> jean


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hey all...happy friday!! just thought id share this little news bit cuz
its relevant to one of our girls major causes! have a wonderful day!!

cara
           applicants abound for low power fm

           salt lake city (ap) - one man wants to greet visitors to zion
national park with the
           knowing voice of radio. a church hopes to air city council
meetings. a husband and wife plan to
           broadcast neighbors' cds. all are among the 17 utah
applicants for the federal communications
           commission's new low-power fm radio licenses that would
squeeze more local news, sports and
           music on the dial. supporters of low-power fm say the
stations would bring more diversity to the
           increasingly consolidated airwaves. opponents, including the
national association of
           broadcasters, say they would cause interference on
already-crowded radio bands. under pressure
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           from broadcasters, the u.s. house has passed legislation that
would limit low-power fm
           broadcasts. the senate has yet to vote on the measure. utah,
nine other states and two other
           jurisdictions were eligible for the first of five rounds. a
second round could be announced by the
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ok....a while ago i remember you guys having a discussion about what the
song "kid fears" meant and i don't think i was really paying
attention...unless i'm mistaken, but my friend and i were having a
discussion about it the other day and i was curious what you guys
thought.....my friend seems to think it has to do with child abuse.....?
any thoughts?

annamarie

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hey-- does anyone have a boot of the boston harborlights show from 7/98-- i
would like to find that one along with nashville river stages 2000. please
let me know if you've got them or maybe know where i can get them...  thanks
guys!! y'all have a great day!!--ashley

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http://www.sugoistudios.com/candles/retail/huelights.html

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also, how does one go about getting this when it is released???

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hey folks!

hey folks,

as of 2 days ago, apple computer released it's new computers.  this includes 5 new imac colors.  can you guess what the first color was that steve jobs, the ceo, introduced?

indigo.

it brightened my day.

hearts, stars and green clovers,
amy

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just have to tell you what a laugh i had today.  i was reading this
local, not mainstream newspaper today.  there was a little blurb about
the band chapter in verse, a.k.a. courtney cox and friends, or as i call
them, the "butt cheeks."  some of you may have had the "good fortune" of
seeing them in somerville a few years ago at a concert with rose
polenzani.  well anyway, the newspaper article compared them to
aerosmith, some other band, and the indigo girls!  i almost choked.

elaine

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hi y'all,
     first off rose polenzani opened
     i didn't know any of her songs so i didn't write them down, but after
buying the anybody album, i know she sang these songs among others
olga's birthday
parhelion (with some words about boys don't cry)
     then michael franti with spearhead played
     and of course i didn't know any of their songs either but i bought their
latest album in portland, or. so here is an incomplete list of what they
played.
sometimes
sacrifice (we don't mind, weve been doing it all the time, but if you want us
to sacrifice...)
every soul is a poem on the palm of god's hand
freaky people
(let me show you something beautiful...at which point he picked a girl from
the audience and brought her up on stage for about a minute to dance with
him...really cool)
(by the way, i don't have the cd here at the moment, so i am guessing at
titles)

finally, the moment you have all been waiting for....the indigo girls setlist
peace tonight
gone again
virginia woolfe
scooter boys
least complicated
ozilline
soon be to nothing
chickenman (with a bit of another tune???)
closer to fine
trouble
tried to be true
philosophy of loss (emily alone (with a few band members) and she gave a
short explanation about the song and why she wrote it)
faye tucker
power of two
go
midnight train to georgia (with rose and michael and spearhead...really
rockin' and i agree with the one who said the woman from spearhead has a
great voice)
shame on you ( amy gave a short explanation about how the song began...)
     encore
or (with rose polenzani of course since it is her song)
galileo

i don't have any more details for y'all, but see my post about the portland
or concert following soon.
:-)
kim

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hi y'all,
     july 14, 2000 seattle, wa
     first off rose polenzani opened
     i didn't know any of her songs so i didn't write them down, but after
buying the anybody album, i know she sang these songs among others
olga's birthday
parhelion (with some words about boys don't cry)
     then michael franti with spearhead played
     and of course i didn't know any of their songs either but i bought their
latest album in portland, or. so here is an incomplete list of what they
played.
sometimes
sacrifice (we don't mind, weve been doing it all the time, but if you want us
to sacrifice...)
every soul is a poem on the palm of god's hand
freaky people
(let me show you something beautiful...at which point he picked a girl from
the audience and brought her up on stage for about a minute to dance with
him...really cool)
(by the way, i don't have the cd here at the moment, so i am guessing at
titles)

finally, the moment you have all been waiting for....the indigo girls setlist
peace tonight
gone again
virginia woolfe
scooter boys
least complicated
ozilline
soon be to nothing
chickenman (with a bit of another tune???)
closer to fine
trouble
tried to be true
philosophy of loss (emily alone (with a few band members) and she gave a
short explanation about the song and why she wrote it)
faye tucker
power of two
go
midnight train to georgia (with rose and michael and spearhead...really
rockin' and i agree with the one who said the woman from spearhead has a
great voice)
shame on you ( amy gave a short explanation about how the song began...)
     encore
or (with rose polenzani of course since it is her song)
galileo

i don't have any more details for y'all, but see my post about the portland
or concert following soon.
:-)
kim

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what a great subject line!

more about the new apple colors... guess when i bought my new imac? two
days before the new computers were announced. i am stuck with purple
when i could have gotten indigo for $200 less. bad luck!

as for the cold beer promo, you can preorder it from amazon.com for $8
or so ->
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/asin/b00004w5hy/amysworldofindig .

later!
amy

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you bought your imac 2 days before?...gosh that sorta puts a damper on it
doesn't it?...i'm going to order the new indigo imac for myself as soon as i
get my fall financial aid...one, because i need a new puter and two, of
course the more important, cause it's indigo...sad, yes...but that's ok...

anyhoo, wouldn't it be killer if in an apple commercial, they played a song
of the girls for the indigo promo?...the girls probably wouldn't go for it,
but still, it would be cool...


an indigo fan for life,
chad :0)

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okay people  it's been a week  since voting on bumpers began so if you
haven't sent in your vote you have until 6pm cdt saturday,  at which
time i will announce results. so far the votings going pretty good. more
details tomorrow.

peace
barb

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hi y'all,
     july 18, 2000 portland, or
     first off mrs. fun opened
     i didn't know any of their songs so i didn't write them down, but after
buying the album, i found only one song that i recognized on it from the
show. so the incomplete list is...
one of their songs was a "disco tune".
one of their songs amy and emily came out and sung some of the lyrics.  they
both had papers to fall back on if they forgot them, and amy was holding hers
and looking at it a lot, emily had hers taped to her mic stand, and barely
looked at it if at all.
the process is the purpose
everybody wants to be somebody else's lover
     then michael franti with spearhead played
     and of course i didn't know any of their songs either but i bought their
latest album after the show here in portland, or. so here is an incomplete
list of what they played.
sometimes
sacrifice (we don't mind, weve been doing it all the time, but if you want us
to sacrifice...)
i'll be there right on time (which amy and emily came out and sang along with
(they also did this in seattle))
every soul is a poem on the palm of god's hand
freaky people    (oh, yeah, i forgot to mention that in seattle they had four
people dressed really "freaky" up on stage dancing during this song.  one of
which was a guy walking on stilts who climbed off the stage and strolled
through the crowd)
(let me show you something beautiful...at which point he picked a girl from
the audience and brought her up on stage for about a minute to dance with
him...really cool)
(at one point he mentioned the student....the initiative that would keep all
discussion of homosexuality out of oregon schools.  )
(by the way, i don't have the cd here at the moment, so i am guessing at
titles)

finally, the moment you have all been waiting for....the indigo girls setlist
peace tonight
ozilline
least complicated
compromise
virginia woolfe
gone again
closer to fine
three hits
trouble
land of canaan
philosophy of loss (emily alone (with a few band members) and she gave a
short explanation about the song and why she wrote it)
shed your skin
get out the map
cover ... never heard it before...one of the lyrics was "daddy's gone"
go
power of two
midnight train to georgia (with michael and spearhead...really rockin' and i
agree again with the one who said the woman from spearhead has a great voice)
shame on you
     encore
cover...tangled up in blue (the girls said they were really a bar band at
heart and they were really in the mood to play covers)
faye tucker
galileo

for those into the fashion, i have a bit for you.  when amy introduced mrs
fun  she was wearing a red sttng t-shirt
and when emily introduced michael franti and spearhead she was wearing a
white t-shirt with some sort of cartoon design on the front.
when they came out to do their own set amy had changed to a light blue blouse
with some decorative sequins near the top and blue jeans.  emily had a
striped brightly multicolored blouse over her t-shirt unbuttoned so the
design on the shirt showed.  and she had on black pants.   and for those of
you who pant over amy's tattoo, part of it was visible with the blue blouse.

i don't have any more details for y'all.
:-)
kim

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i can't believe they did 'daddy's all gone' ! ! !
a great james taylor song!
wow, that seems pretty rare.
i hope someone got a boot of this one!

brian
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> hi y'all,
>      july 18, 2000 portland, or
>      first off mrs. fun opened
>      i didn't know any of their songs so i didn't write them down, but
after
> buying the album, i found only one song that i recognized on it from the
> show. so the incomplete list is...
> one of their songs was a "disco tune".
> one of their songs amy and emily came out and sung some of the lyrics.
they
> both had papers to fall back on if they forgot them, and amy was holding
hers
> and looking at it a lot, emily had hers taped to her mic stand, and barely
> looked at it if at all.
> the process is the purpose
> everybody wants to be somebody else's lover
>      then michael franti with spearhead played
>      and of course i didn't know any of their songs either but i bought
their
> latest album after the show here in portland, or. so here is an incomplete
> list of what they played.
> sometimes
> sacrifice (we don't mind, weve been doing it all the time, but if you want
us
> to sacrifice...)
> i'll be there right on time (which amy and emily came out and sang along
with
> (they also did this in seattle))
> every soul is a poem on the palm of god's hand
> freaky people    (oh, yeah, i forgot to mention that in seattle they had
four
> people dressed really "freaky" up on stage dancing during this song.  one
of
> which was a guy walking on stilts who climbed off the stage and strolled
> through the crowd)
> (let me show you something beautiful...at which point he picked a girl
from
> the audience and brought her up on stage for about a minute to dance with
> him...really cool)
> (at one point he mentioned the student....the initiative that would keep
all
> discussion of homosexuality out of oregon schools.  )
> (by the way, i don't have the cd here at the moment, so i am guessing at
> titles)
>
> finally, the moment you have all been waiting for....the indigo girls
setlist
>  peace tonight
>  ozilline
>  least complicated
>  compromise
>  virginia woolfe
>  gone again
>  closer to fine
>  three hits
>  trouble
>  land of canaan
>  philosophy of loss (emily alone (with a few band members) and she gave a
> short explanation about the song and why she wrote it)
>  shed your skin
>  get out the map
>  cover ... never heard it before...one of the lyrics was "daddy's gone"
>  go
>  power of two
>  midnight train to georgia (with michael and spearhead...really rockin'
and i
> agree again with the one who said the woman from spearhead has a great
voice)
>  shame on you
>      encore
>  cover...tangled up in blue (the girls said they were really a bar band at
> heart and they were really in the mood to play covers)
>  faye tucker
>  galileo
>
> for those into the fashion, i have a bit for you.  when amy introduced mrs
> fun  she was wearing a red sttng t-shirt
> and when emily introduced michael franti and spearhead she was wearing a
> white t-shirt with some sort of cartoon design on the front.
> when they came out to do their own set amy had changed to a light blue
blouse
> with some decorative sequins near the top and blue jeans.  emily had a
> striped brightly multicolored blouse over her t-shirt unbuttoned so the
> design on the shirt showed.  and she had on black pants.   and for those
of
> you who pant over amy's tattoo, part of it was visible with the blue
blouse.
>
> i don't have any more details for y'all.
> :-)
> kim
>
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i can't believe they did 'daddy's all gone' ! ! !
> a great james taylor song!
> wow, that seems pretty rare.
> i hope someone got a boot of this one!

i have a couple of boots from when the did daddy's all gone eons ago.

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actually at http://www.cdnow.com they have the single cheaper than
amazon, but with a later release date:
expected release date: august 15, 2000
cd      $6.99
list $ 7.49

does anyone know which release date is correct?

as for the indigo imac they've already got a commercial for it which
doesn't have an ig tune in it :(

if you've got quicktime 4, check it out and check out the new mouse
movie, it's so cool.  http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/

~renee

at 3:24 pm -0400 7/21/00, chad west wrote:
>you bought your imac 2 days before?...gosh that sorta puts a damper on it
>doesn't it?...i'm going to order the new indigo imac for myself as soon as i
>get my fall financial aid...one, because i need a new puter and two, of
>course the more important, cause it's indigo...sad, yes...but that's ok...
>
>anyhoo, wouldn't it be killer if in an apple commercial, they played a song
>of the girls for the indigo promo?...the girls probably wouldn't go for it,
>but still, it would be cool...
>
>
>an indigo fan for life,
>chad :0)
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<div>actually at http://www.cdnow.com they have the single cheaper
than amazon, but with a later release date:</div>
<div><font face="verdana">expected release date: august 15,
2000</font></div>
<div><font face="verdana">cd<x-tab>     
</x-tab>$6.99</font></div>
<div><font face="verdana">list $ 7.49</font></div>
<div><font face="verdana"> </font></div>
<div><font face="verdana">does anyone know which release date is
correct?</font></div>
<div><font face="verdana"><br></font></div>
<div><font face="verdana">as for the indigo imac they've already got
a commercial for it which doesn't have an ig tune in it
:(</font></div>
<div><font face="verdana"><br></font></div>
<div><font face="verdana">if you've got quicktime 4, check it out and
check out the new mouse movie, it's so cool. 
http://www.apple.com/hardware/ads/</font></div>
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<div>at 3:24 pm -0400 7/21/00, chad west wrote:</div>
<blockquote type="cite" cite>you bought your imac 2 days
before?...gosh that sorta puts a damper on it<br>
doesn't it?...i'm going to order the new indigo imac for myself as
soon as i<br>
get my fall financial aid...one, because i need a new puter and two,
of<br>
course the more important, cause it's indigo...sad, yes...but that's
ok...<br>
<br>
anyhoo, wouldn't it be killer if in an apple commercial, they played
a song<br>
of the girls for the indigo promo?...the girls probably wouldn't go
for it,<br>
but still, it would be cool...<br>
<br>
<br>
an indigo fan for life,<br>
chad :0)<br>
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just to share a bit,=20

jamie got off her 14 hour shift last night and came to my place. i was =
working on my stained glass until my back was killing me and i decided it =
was enough for the night. well, to relax after working on it i always play =
my guitar and just mess around with songs. last night i didn't wanna wake =
her up as she had fallen asleep on the couch so i was playing very =
softly...had closed my eyes and was just "zoning". anyway, i was playing =
ctf and mystery when i felt someone looking at me. i opened my eyes and =
she had woken up from a sleep of the dead and was just lying there =
watching me and listening to me play....i stopped and she got mad cause i =
did. so i continued for a bit longer and she fell back asleep. actually =
carried her to bed and tucked her in ...too cute...

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on fri, 21 jul 2000 14:59:19 edt, indigokaj@aol.com wrote:

>  (let me show you something beautiful...at which point he picked a girl
from
>  the audience and brought her up on stage for about a minute to dance with
>  him...really cool)


somebody told me that the girl he danced with might have been a listee. does
anyone know for sure?

det. munch

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<<as for the cold beer promo, you can preorder it from
amazon.com>>

<<expected release date: august 15, 2000
does anyone know which release date is correct?>>

that one. according to the sony website.

it should be noted that the commercial single (available at
amazon and cdnow) is not the same as the promo.

commercial
1. cold beer and remote control
2. interview segment
3. shame on you
4. interview segment
5. peace tonight

promo
1. cold beer
2. interview segment
3. gone again
4. interview segment
5. peace tonight
6. interview
7. ozilline
8. interview
9. cold beer
10. interview
11. shame on you

when prices settle down the promo should sell for about $15-$20
or so. in any case, the full promo (perhaps without the
interview tracks) will probably appear on "attack of the killer
b-sides volume five" available sometime this fall...

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get ready for a stream of un-consciousness

the eugene show was just awesome.  i was front row on the amy side and it
was incredible!  i think i can die a happy man now.  ;)  a security guard
even let me take some pictures but i had no flash so they didn't turn out
:(   at least the one-hour photo place didn't develop them.  i might try a
better place.  anyways  the show was great!   both mrs. fun and spearhead
were wonderful.  i love jazz so  mrs. fun was really a nice surprise and
spearhead really worked up the crowd before the girls came out.  amy and
emily came out during each opener's set to perform a song with them. and of
course, the openers came back out later to perform with a&e.  oh and i
almost forgot.... (yeah right! as if i could forget such a wonderful
stupendous incredible event such as this...)  i got to meet amy and
emily!!!!!!!

i had to wait around for about an hour and a half by the buses but it was
worth it.  i got to meet some really cool people while i was hangin around.
although there were some people ( i won't call them fans) who were pissed
off that "the girls" were taking so long and that they might not make an
appearance at all.  i thought alot about fugitive and i kinda felt bad for
bothering the girls.  but they did eventually come out and sign a few
autographs.  i had emily sign sots and amy sign cons (on which she drew a
little peace sign).  but it was obvious the girls were very tired (and a
little tipsy  maybe, as a security person told me they were kicking back a
few bottles of wine with spearhead)

this was only the second time i've seen ig (the first being the last show of
the first lilith fair in vancouver, bc in '97).  it was an incredible
evening!  and i got to meet the girls! (even if it was rather impersonal)
does life get any better?

if you were there, email me! i would love to talk.  or, hey if you weren't
there and you wanna talk, email me too! :^)  now, if you were there and you
booted the show....you're my new best friend! definately email me! :)
seriously though, if anyone booted the show, i wanna help set up a boot
tree.

here is the set list.  i took notes like a good little boy :)  in fact after
it got dark, the security guy at the front of the stage shined his
flashlight for me at the start of every song so i could see what i was
writing! what a guy!  as the newspaper review below states, it was pretty
much a straight-foreward  performance with little or no improvisation.  oh,
and for the record... amy only broke one string.

---primary set---
* ozilline
* cold beer and a remote control
* chickenman
* least complicated
* scooter boys  (i was prayin for some soc from amy, but it didn't happen)
* andy
* gone again
* closer to fine
* shed your skin (with mrs. fun)
* emilie's untitled "church" song (the last hidden track on cons)
* trouble
* kid fears
* get out the map
* faye tucker (which amy dedicated to george w. bush)
* midnight train to georgia (with spearhead)
* shame on you

--- encore ---
* go
* gallileo

the article below  was taken from the register guard website (a eugene
newspaper).
you can find it at:

http://www.registerguard.com/news/20000721/tk.indigolive.0721.html

there are a couple of photos there too.

peace,
chris m. wilson


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july 21, 2000

caught in the act:
mood right for indigo girls

by lewis taylor
the register-guard

it was hard to say who was more grateful at wednesday night's cuthbert
amphitheater season-opener with the indigo girls - the fans or the duo known
to many simply as "amy and emily."

"thanks, y'all" was the refrain offered throughout the evening by emily
saliers, one half of the folk duo from athens, ga., and the crowd returned
the gesture with screams of applause and their own signs of appreciation.

"it's the indigo girls; you've gotta love 'em," kathy yonker of eugene said
after the 90-minute set. "it was a good show, a good venue and this was a
pretty good crowd. the girls were great; they were very happy."

saliers, her musical partner amy ray and a four-piece backup band delivered
a crowd-pleasing show filled with folky old favorites and newer, more
electrified, songs off the band's new album, "come now social." warm weather
and clear skies made for a classic evening of outdoor summer music.

"it's a beautiful night and we're glad you shared it with us," saliers said
at one point.

despite their strong following in eugene, which was heightened by a 1993
opening appearance for the grateful dead at autzen stadium, the indigo girls
filled only half of the 4,000-seat cuthbert amphitheater, according to the
box office staff. still, few fans seemed to mind the extra leg room. the
green was blanketed with lawn chairs and ground spreads, and the dance area
and front bleacher section filled up shortly after the show got under way.

even though the venue was far from full, fans began lining up for the show
as early as 12:30 a.m. wednesday - at least that's when sue dewhitt and
kathy miller, both of eugene, showed up with lawn chairs and a bag full of
food.

"when you've been in the front row of an indigo girls concert, you always
want to get back in the front row because they are so good," said dewhitt,
who estimated she had seen the duo perform live 13 or 14 times. "they have a
lot of interaction with the crowd."

saliers and ray delivered as promised, chatting the crowd up between songs
and presenting themselves as friends, not rock stars, from the moment they
stepped on stage. they made reference to their opening gig for the grateful
dead and thanked the crowd throughout the show.

after a jazzy opening set by the southern duo mrs. fun and a set of socially
conscious hip-hop from the group spearhead (both of which featured guest
appearances by saliers and ray), the indigo girls took the stage at
twilight. their fans rushed to the dance pit at the front of the stage.

"hey, y'all," saliers said, and the band launched into "ozilline," a
mountain jam featuring ray on lead vocals and mandolin and saliers on banjo.
next, the pair segued into the more meditative song off the new album, "cold
beer and remote control," and reached back in the past for an old favorite,
the rambling "chicken man."

throughout the night, the indigo girls kept the deck shuffled. they followed
a sweet saliers song, "andy," with a more ragged song, ray's "gone again."
they showed off the vocal harmonizing that made them famous on songs such as
"least complicated," and turned up the juice on some newer, more rockin',
songs such as "trouble."

an indigo girls concert would not be an indigo girls concert without a
political message. midway through the show, saliers broke in with a warning
not to vote for a ballot initiative known as the "student protection act,"
which prohibits public school instruction encouraging, promoting or
sanctioning homosexuality. she quoted spearhead's michael franti: "all the
freaky people make the beauty in the world."

at one point, the indigo girls invited connie grauer and kim zick from the
opening act mrs. fun up on stage for an instrumentally thick,
distortion-filled medley with a booming beat. spearhead also came out on
stage for a crowd-pleasing version of "midnight train to georgia," led by a
barefoot franti.

there appeared to be two different generations of indigo girls fans at
wednesday night's show: those who had been listening to the band since the
'80s, who came to hear the older songs, and younger fans drawn by the newer
material along with the old classics.

the indigo girls didn't disappoint either contingency, and sing-alongs to
old classics were mixed in with fist-pumping new songs. at one point, during
an encore version of the song "go," the duo almost pulled off an indigo
girls miracle when they whipped the crowd in front into a near mosh pit
frenzy.

the primarily female crowd at wednesday night's show was broken up by a few
male fans of emily and amy. charlie ruff of cleveland came with his friend
ed feil of springfield. ruff said he had been listening to the indigo girls
since 1984.

"your chance of finding a date is kind of slim, which is cool. that's not
why i came here," ruff said, making reference to the indigo girls' strong
following in the lesbian community. "i like all their music."

ruff and other fans felt lucky to catch the indigo girls in an intimate
outdoor setting, but for some the best seats in the house were not in
cuthbert amphitheater. at least 100 indigo girls eavesdroppers gathered on
the banks of the river to catch the spillover from the amphitheater, and
several dozen more floated behind the stage in canoes, kayaks and rafts.

john henry of eugene brought his 8-year-old son, ben, for a picnic by the
river. sitting on a blanket in the late afternoon sun, the pair dined on ham
sandwiches, curry salad and watermelon.

"the acoustics are not as good as they are inside, but the price is a whole
lot better," henry said, referring to the $28 asking price for the indigo
girls.

henry criticized the city for making cuthbert ticket prices too high and for
not offering enough summer shows. so far, three additional shows have been
scheduled for the cuthbert. officials with the hult center, which operates
the venue, promise more dates.

if there was a criticism to be made of wednesday's show (aside from the
sound, which became muddied at times), it could be said that the indigo
girls were too polished. they delivered a clean, controlled set, and the
songs were kept on a short leash. the tunes rarely strayed too far from the
recorded versions, and aside from ray's twisting, squinting guitar jams, the
show lacked emotional intensity.

still, most fans weren't looking for fiery stage antics or improvisation;
they were looking for amy and emily to sing the songs they knew. their
classics proved to be the most popular, and the show ended with a version of
"galileo" that left fans such as becky hanson of vida grinning.

"i thought it was beautiful," hanson said after the show. "the energy that
was in the air ... it was all great."

entertainment reporter lewis taylor can be reached by phone at 485-1234,
ext. 2512, and by e-mail at ltaylor@guardnet.com.

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i'm wondering if someone going to a show in the next week would be willing
to pick up one of the new hats for me (with the bird on it).
i want it for a present on the 8th.  i'll send a check asap.

thanks,

garian

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