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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 20:14:23 edt
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hey kind friends-- i need your ig advice on a friendly debate that is going
b/t my best friend and myself-- ok on the 1200 cerfews interview segment for
power of two when em is talking about her classical giutar lessons does amy
say ,"thinking back..." or "big impact" ???? y'all let me know what you
think!! take care and have a great weekend!! peace and music--ash

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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 22:57:11 edt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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from:         diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
subject:      ig tv alert! vh1 tonight!
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they say it is a new episode of "before they were rock stars", and i was
just randomly watching it after behind the music 1999.

oh, good thing i had a blank tape in, as soon as the commentator starting
mentioning atlanta and two stars, my finger pressed on the rec/qtr button.

so, anyway, tonight's show was on at 10:30pm est, so you
central/mountain/pacific people, catch the spiel on amy and emily!!!

they show cute cute footage of amy on silent film, several new pictures i
haven't seen before, and almost nothing that was on watershed.  i heard
snippets of shame on you, closer to fine, joking, bury my heart at wounded
knee, galileo, land of canaan.

and there's a picture of amy in a cowboy hat!

i'll do the complete word-for-word play-by-play in a few minutes.

love and indigo,
diane
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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 23:26:32 edt
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subject:      nigc- lani
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hey all~
    sorry for this random, nigc post, but lani? if you are still part of this
list, please email me!!! i have lost your email address yet again. sorry!
peace!
~alyssa

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 00:12:56 edt
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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vh1 - before they were rock stars - july 21, 2000

<closer to fine>
...it's atlanta's favorite daughters, the indigo girls.  with dueling
guitars and a dose of social consciousness, amy ray and emily saliers
brought folk music back into the mainstream in the late eighties.  their
years of hard work paid off in platinum records and grammy gold, but back at
laurel ridge school, this partnership started out less than perfect.

[1989] emily: "we went to the same elementary school.  i was already playing
guitar.  i had this little group called the "blue skies".  and i guess that
really made amy jealous or something.  i was perfectly willing to get along
with amy--it was her problem." <amy laughs>
amy: "i was jealous." <emily laughs>

<joking>
     amy was used to being in charge.  when this future star arrived at the
ray household, everyone knew there was a new sheriff in town.  sure, there
was plenty of goofing off at the beach, on picnics, even just toddling down
the driveway--but amy wasn't about to get pushed around by her big sisters,
unless it was in the handy hauler.  there was no doubt amy was going places.
  she didn't have to look very far to find her true calling.

<bury my heart at wounded knee>
     [1990]amy:  "i always knew from the time i started playing guitar that
i wanted to be--like do that--that i was obsessed with music."
     yup, when this little angel wasn't playing dress up or cuddling her
puppy, she spent hours holed up in her room writing songs.

<galileo>
     across town, classmate emily saliers was also quite the go-getter.  she
dressed to impress, and was never afraid to step out of the sandbox and make
herself heard.  pretty soon she was directing all that youthful energy
toward music.
     emily: "i was singing in the choir, and then amy joined the choir, and
we got to be good buddies."
     the two formed more than just a friendship--they formed their own
afterschool group.
     [1989]emily: "the b-band."
     amy: "the b-band--that was our first original name."
     emily: "we made it up in high school.  it made no sense, didn't stand
for anything really."

<shame on you>
     before they could make it big, the b-band needed an a-list name.
amy: "we had a gig coming up at a place called the "moonshadow", and we
decided that we needed to have a name, so i looked in the dictionary
forideas and i saw the word 'indigo'.  and then i asked emily about it--and
that was it."
     [1985]spencer thornton: "and we're back live on 'tracking', ladies and
gentlemen for your viewing pleasure, first time on local cable, i guess, the
indigo girls."
    here they are making their television debut in 1985 on the local music
show 'tracking'.
<land of canaan> "you can go to the east to find your, your inner
hemisphere--i'm lonely tonight."

their performance was tight, and the crowd wanted more.
[1989]  in 1989, the girls landed a big record deal and kissed their cable
access days goodbye.
    emily:  "we played in clubs, and doing everything on our own, and all of
a sudden, we were part of a big recording company.  i couldn't ask for a
better gradual growth of career."
<closer to fine>

[end of transcription]
pictures were scattered through the three-minute feature on our girls.
(reproduced without permission, of course)

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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 21:18:38 -0700
reply-to:     carrie <carrie827@yahoo.com>
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from:         carrie <carrie827@yahoo.com>
subject:      nigc - doria roberts
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i finally got to see doria roberts tonight at eddie's
attic after hearing so much about her.  she blew me
away.  if you haven't heard her, check her out.  i
know some others on the list are fans as well.
:)carrie

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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 21:27:56 -0700
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there is a documentary about benjamin playing this week only (through the
27th) @ the screening room -- varick & canal.  showtimes: 4:00, 5:35, 7:10,
8:45, & 10:20.  i saw it tonight and i highly recommend it.  the filmmakers
will be there tomorrow (sat.)at the 7:10 and 8:45 shows.  (there is some igc
in the film.)

back to lurkdom,
erica

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 00:32:15 edt
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i thought it might have been the old one you mentioned, but the mention of
sandboxes etc leads me to believe this was a new one?

can anyone verify this?
carol
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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 01:03:12 edt
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for mike and other interested parties--
you might want to catch this webcast (or the real live show, if you're in
the area):

monday, july 24, 10pm est
cat power @ 40 watt club, atlanta, ga
http://www.digitalclubnetwork.com/main.html?band=catpower_1687


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date:         fri, 21 jul 2000 23:32:36 -0700
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the previously posted setlist for the 7/15 seattle show (saturday) was missing
sister. i jotted these down as they were played so this list is in order. and
for the life of me i can't remember which songs were part of the encore

ozilene
least complicated
shed your skin
peace tonight
sister
wood song
shame on you
andy
faye tucker
get out the map
kid fears
trouble
gone again
power of two
go
midnight train to georgia (with spearhead and rose p.)
closer to fine
rose p. song-- i'm guessing it was or
galileo

a couple of comments that have not already been mentioned:

spearhead invited a woman up on stage on saturday as well. as she danced with
michael franti she asked him something. michael reported to the audience that
she wanted to know if she could meet amy ray. the audience laughed and then
the woman was sent backstage. talk about seizing the day!

emily said they were playing wood song because after friday's show, someone
had requested that they play it because this person (and i think it was a guy
but i could be wrong) had been to 18 shows and hadn't heard them sing it. as
they got ready to play, there was some commotion up front and i thought emily
said "the bum rushed the stage", referring perhaps to the requestor. i can't
be sure of this-- anyone else have a better perspective?

during shame on you, when they got to the part "... we're of the same heart,
the only thing that keeps us distant is that i keep f*cking up", amy gestured
to the audience to fill in "f*cking". she was not disappointed.

and maybe i was hearing things, but i thought in faye tucker, that amy sang
"if you die they're gonna make you a saint" rather than grave. anyone else
hear that or was i just too wound up?

just before galileo, amy and emily started talking about what they had done
that day in seattle. amy said she went with friends to west seattle's lincoln
park. emily said she went to tower records (got a laugh from the audience) and
then to a friend's house where she saw her first plum tree. amy responded by
saying that she had a plum tree in her yard and that emily has been to her
house, implying that emily has seen plum trees before.  in all fairness to
emily, the plum trees that grow in the east are different from those that grow
in the west, but i guess amy just couldn't resist having a little fun at
emily's expense.

great performance, great venue, great audience. just like emily said before
they played trouble, "you couldn't ask for a better gig than this!"

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 00:44:09 -0600
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hey all,

now that you mention it, i remember thinking in friday's show that amy
said something (which i couldn't decipher at the time) instead of
"grave" during faye tucker. and it may well have been "saint". did anyone
with a boot, or perhaps who was closer to the stage, happen to hear it
closer?

amy m.

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"we are not empty-headed celebrities."
                -the goddess, amy ray

"women together is a powerful thing, especially when you join it with
music."
                -the goddess, emily saliers

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 04:12:07 edt
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i was wondering if an australian fan or two might email me privately. i'm
buying some posters from australia that are supposed to be quite rare. they
are pretty big & i guess are used for roadside advertising. there are for a
melbourne show, 1998 i believe. so anyone in that area that could answer a
few questions for me, i'd appreciate a private email.

thanks...
susan

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 02:51:56 -0700
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hey y'all!
it's almost 2am and i just got back from the sacramento show.  i had =
such a great time, i have to write about it now while it's all fresh in =
my mind, even though nothing sounds better than my bed at this point. :)

the show was great, but i just have to say i had the greatest time =
talking to the fans (and listees) around me.  hello to everyone i talked =
to!  i was the one in the middle of the second row wearing the daemon =
shirt.  hi to katherine (i think that was your name), and her daughter =
sara, and the listees in front of me, and the emily look-alike and her =
twin brother sitting beside me, and the girls from utah who jumped on =
the stage with spearhead...the list goes on--everyone was so damn cool =
and happy to be there and it was great! =20

so let's see...the openers...
mrs. fun was good, but their show was stolen by spearhead, who really =
rocked the house and got us all psyched for the girls. =20
amy and emily made appearances during both the openers' sets, which was =
cool. =20
spearhead was so awesome.  i'm going to have to buy their cd tomorrow at =
the berkeley show...
i have to say i was a little bugged by the fact that there were two =
openers, and i feared that would cut into the ig time, but that didn't =
seem to be the case.  the down time between sets was pretty minimal, and =
the girls played for 1 hr. and 45 min., which is more than i remember =
from past concerts.  so the extra opener was just a bonus!

i usually don't remember the wardrobes, but tonight i do because emily's =
powder puff football shirt amused me.=20
so...emily was wearing that t-shirt (it said 1996 powder puff football), =
with a multicolored, striped button-down shirt, and some funky black =
highwater pants with combat boots (and the glitter on her eyes too).  =
amy was wearing the blank tank-top with a blue button-down shirt and =
jeans.  i believe she was wearing the blue suede shoes too, but it was =
hard to see feet from my seat.

ok, now the show...let me try to remember the setlist (i'm counting on =
some other die-hard listee who wrote it down to fix my errors):

ozilline
trouble
the wood song (the one song i really, really wanted to hear!)--emily =
said it's about "..nobody wants to suffer, but sometimes if you         =
don't go through the suffering, you'll never get where you need to go in =
life.  and it's about how water weathers wood."  she             said it =
was requested by one of the members of mrs. fun.
love will come to you (beautiful)
least complicated
shed your skin
a new emily song (leaving?)
romeo and juliet (as per the request of about a zillion people)
faye tucker
soon be to nothing
sister
compromise
gone again
midnight train to georgia (with mrs. fun and spearhead)
closer to fine
shame on you
get out the map
jonas and ezekial (that was cool--i'd never been lucky enough to see =
that one live before)
galileo

i think that's everything, but it's definitely out of order--i'm so =
tired right now, i can't even remember which song the was in the encore, =
besides galileo.

the girls were not very chatty tonight.  they hardly said much at all in =
fact.
there was a moment during love will come to you where amy was taken by a =
bunch of cheering when emily sang "i was born under the sign of cancer", =
and then after the song, a bunch of people started singing happy =
birthday to emily. =20
amy said that the point when they started singing reminded her of some =
part in jesus christ superstar, and that, along with the "sign of =
cancer" cheering, were two special moments.  what was the word she made =
up?  something like "double momentage."

i was lucky enough to get a pick from one of the crew guys--that was =
exciting. :)  and we waited by the bus for about an hour after the show, =
even though we knew the situation was not conducive to any greetings or =
autographs.  but they came out and waved before they got on the bus.  =
emily waved ever so briefly as they were walking toward the door, then =
made a point not to look at anybody, but amy waved and smiled until she =
entered the bus.
i don't blame emily though, for not wanting to look at anybody.  i was =
discussing how it must kind of suck sometimes to have to brace =
themselves to face a bunch of fans every night when they walk out to get =
on the bus.  they're so good natured, and i'm sure they appreciate the =
support and greetings at times, but damn, that's gotta wear on a =
person's nerves to have a bunch of people screaming your name and =
wanting something from you when all you want to do is call it a day and =
go to bed. =20
speaking of bed, it's now 2:45 am, and i am headed there right now.

hope to see some of you tomorrow in berkeley!
g'night,=20
leslie

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your=20
name), and her daughter sara, and the listees in front of me, and =
the emily=20
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girls from utah=20
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<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>so let's see...the =
openers...</font></div>
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openers' sets, which was cool.  </font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>spearhead was so awesome.  i'm =
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to buy their cd tomorrow at the berkeley show...</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>i have to say i was a little bugged by =
the fact=20
that there were two openers, and i feared that would cut into the ig =
time, but=20
that didn't seem to be the case.  the down time between sets was =
pretty=20
minimal, and the girls played for 1 hr. and 45 min., which is more than =
i=20
remember from past concerts.  so the extra opener was just a=20
bonus!</font></div>
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<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>i usually don't remember the wardrobes, =
but tonight=20
i do because emily's powder puff football shirt amused me. </font></div>
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said 1996=20
powder puff football), with a multicolored, striped button-down shirt, =
and some=20
funky black highwater pants with combat boots (and the glitter on her =
eyes=20
too).  amy was wearing the blank tank-top with a blue button-down =
shirt and=20
jeans.  i believe she was wearing the blue suede shoes too, but it =
was hard=20
to see feet from my seat.</font></div>
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<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>ok, now the show...let me try to =
remember the=20
setlist (i'm counting on some other die-hard listee who wrote it down to =
fix my=20
errors):</font></div>
<div> </div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>ozilline</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>trouble</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>the wood song (the one song i really, =
really wanted=20
to hear!)--emily said it's about "..nobody wants to suffer, but =
sometimes if you=20
        don't go through the suffering, =
you'll=20
never get where you need to go in life.  and it's about how water =
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wood."  she         =
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<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>love will come to you =
(beautiful)</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>least complicated</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>shed your skin</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>a new emily song =
(leaving?)</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>romeo and juliet (as per the request of =
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zillion people)</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>faye tucker</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>soon be to nothing</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>sister</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>compromise</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>gone again</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>midnight train to georgia (with mrs. =
fun and=20
spearhead)</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>closer to fine</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>shame on you</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>get out the map</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>jonas and ezekial (that was cool--i'd=20
never been lucky enough to see that one live =
before)</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>galileo</font></div>
<div> </div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>i think that's everything, but it's =
definitely out=20
of order--i'm so tired right now, i can't even remember which song the =
was in=20
the encore, besides galileo.</font></div>
<div> </div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>the girls were not very chatty =
tonight.  they=20
hardly said much at all in fact.</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>there was a moment during love will =
come to you=20
where amy was taken by a bunch of cheering when emily sang "i was born =
under the=20
sign of cancer", and then after the song, a bunch of people started =
singing=20
happy birthday to emily.  </font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>amy said that the point when they =
started singing=20
reminded her of some part in jesus christ superstar, and that, =
along with=20
the "sign of cancer" cheering, were two special moments.  what was =
the word=20
she made up?  something like "double momentage."</font></div>
<div> </div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>i was lucky enough to get a pick from =
one of the=20
crew guys--that was exciting. :)  and we waited by the bus for =
about an=20
hour after the show, even though we knew the situation was not =
conducive to=20
any greetings or autographs.  but they came out and waved before =
they got=20
on the bus.  emily waved ever so briefly as they were walking =
toward the=20
door, then made a point not to look at anybody, but amy waved and =
smiled=20
until she entered the bus.</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>i don't blame emily though, for =
not wanting to=20
look at anybody.  i was discussing how it must kind of suck =
sometimes to=20
have to brace themselves to face a bunch of fans every night when they =
walk out=20
to get on the bus.  they're so good natured, and i'm sure they =
appreciate=20
the support and greetings at times, but damn, that</font><font =
face=3darial=20
size=3d2>'s gotta wear on a person's nerves to have a bunch of =
people=20
screaming your name and wanting something from you when all you want to =
do is=20
call it a day and go to bed.  </font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>speaking of bed, it's now 2:45 am, and =
i am headed=20
there right now.</font></div>
<div> </div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>hope to see some of you tomorrow in=20
berkeley!</font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>g'night, </font></div>
<div><font face=3darial size=3d2>leslie</font></div>
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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 02:57:17 -0700
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sorry, but i have to say it...did anybody boot the sac show? =20
i took some pictures from the second row, so if they come out, i might =
have that to share...
thanks!
leslie
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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 05:44:46 -0700
reply-to:     lori ann <liltree@yahoo.com>
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alright folks, here is the rerun schedule for before
they were rock stars episode 36 (the one diane
mentioned) according to rockontv:

07/21/00 (this is the one that ran already)
10:30 pm et vh1 before they were rock stars paula
abdul, toni basil, berlin, david bowie, belinda
carlisle, faith hill, indigo girls, cyndi lauper,
madonna, moby, britney spears, third eye blind  info

07/22/00 01:00 pm et vh1 before they were rock stars

07/22/00 09:00 pm et vh1 before they were rock stars

07/23/00 04:00 pm et vh1 before they were rock stars

it's a half hour show (seems like a lot of folk for
half an hour)

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 07:52:23 -0700
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on fri, 21 july 2000, elizabeth groff wrote:

> yes the person who requested the wood song was my friend sarah from n.c....if anyone has a boot of that show i would love to trade for it to give to her...thanks! d:)


> the previously posted setlist for the 7/15 seattle show (saturday) was missing
> sister. i jotted these down as they were played so this list is in order. and
> for the life of me i can't remember which songs were part of the encore
>
> ozilene
> least complicated
> shed your skin
> peace tonight
> sister
> wood song
> shame on you
> andy
> faye tucker
> get out the map
> kid fears
> trouble
> gone again
> power of two
> go
> midnight train to georgia (with spearhead and rose p.)
> closer to fine
> rose p. song-- i'm guessing it was or
> galileo
>
> a couple of comments that have not already been mentioned:
>
> spearhead invited a woman up on stage on saturday as well. as she danced with
> michael franti she asked him something. michael reported to the audience that
> she wanted to know if she could meet amy ray. the audience laughed and then
> the woman was sent backstage. talk about seizing the day!
>
> emily said they were playing wood song because after friday's show, someone
> had requested that they play it because this person (and i think it was a guy
> but i could be wrong) had been to 18 shows and hadn't heard them sing it. as
> they got ready to play, there was some commotion up front and i thought emily
> said "the bum rushed the stage", referring perhaps to the requestor. i can't
> be sure of this-- anyone else have a better perspective?
>
> during shame on you, when they got to the part "... we're of the same heart,
> the only thing that keeps us distant is that i keep f*cking up", amy gestured
> to the audience to fill in "f*cking". she was not disappointed.
>
> and maybe i was hearing things, but i thought in faye tucker, that amy sang
> "if you die they're gonna make you a saint" rather than grave. anyone else
> hear that or was i just too wound up?
>
> just before galileo, amy and emily started talking about what they had done
> that day in seattle. amy said she went with friends to west seattle's lincoln
> park. emily said she went to tower records (got a laugh from the audience) and
> then to a friend's house where she saw her first plum tree. amy responded by
> saying that she had a plum tree in her yard and that emily has been to her
> house, implying that emily has seen plum trees before.  in all fairness to
> emily, the plum trees that grow in the east are different from those that grow
> in the west, but i guess amy just couldn't resist having a little fun at
> emily's expense.
>
> great performance, great venue, great audience. just like emily said before
> they played trouble, "you couldn't ask for a better gig than this!"
>
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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 11:42:20 -0500
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hey all,
        my husband and i got to see michelle malone at a house concert last night
in indianapolis and it was amazing. we were all on the floor of the living
room and scattered through the house a bit, no more than 50 people, and it
was such an intimate setting and i really enjoyed getting to hear a full
show of her wonderful music. i saw her open for the ig twice in iowa last
month, and she's an incredible live performer. she has a few more tour
dates coming up and a really great cd out, homegrown, as well as a
tremendous catalog of her past releases, so check her web site at
www.michellemalone.com for updated tour info and enjoy!
        and thank you so much to lori for posting the rerun times for the ig
behind the music, we were on the road last night and missed it so i'll try
and catch it today. it sounds pretty interesting.
have a good saturday,
michelle

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 13:41:00 edt
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hey-- just wanted to share with you guys-- i am out of town visiting some
friends and they threw a huge party....so at midnight we cracked open
<another> beer and listened to it's alright and winthrop to celebrate. we had
our own pow wow for her!! ya'll have a great day!! take care--ashley

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 14:51:07 edt
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what a night!  it was so much fun meeting all the listees sitting around
us...catherine and her daughter (thanks to them we will be seeing the girls
in berkeley tonight), leslie aka bliss55, the emily look-alike (arrrgh, i
forget your name), julie and ?? (once again, i'm so bad with names) , blue
and deb (thanks for the bumpersticker!), and last but not least stalkers
claire, spring and bob from utah!  leslie covered just about everything so i
won't repeat her...besides i'm too tired (finally coming down after last
night) to do a decent job.

what i will post is the official setlist that i got it from sulli...woohoo!!
we were also lucky enough to get a few picks...sitting in the front row,
which i had never done until last night,  definitely had it's perks!

ok from the list...

ozilline
trouble
jonas & ezekial
least complicated
compromise
soon be to nothing
gone again
wood song
shame on you
get out the map
shed your skin
closer to fine
love will come to you
faye tucker
midnight train (w/ spearhead)
sister
galileo
they also played romeo & juliet and emily's new song.

whelp...i guess we're off to berkeley.

sue

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 14:49:13 -0400
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shape magazine: do you have a theme song?
soccer star, julie foudy: "watershed" by the indigo girls is a pensive
song that helps me make decisions when i'm at a crossroads.

one of my fave songs too!

your friend,
jenny korn
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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 17:08:05 -0400
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        hey folksters -
        well, i'm like the last one to post on this, so i'll try not to
repeat what anybody said. we hit obscene traffic on the way to sacramento
and missed both opening acts (i don;t want to talk about it) so i can't
speak to those, except that i'm *really* sorry to have missed spearhead -
i love their performances.
        igc: it was a really fun show - i think amy had an extra diet coke
at dinner or something, because she was hopping all over the place,
gesturing along to some of the songs (including faye tucker, which was
interesting) even making faces at the audience. she seemed to be having a
really great time - i'm not as sure about emily, she just seemed like she
wasn't in a performing mood that night. amy said at one point that they;d
had a day off the day before, so maybe that was it...? but from what i
could pick out of emily's new solo song (and i couldn't catch all the
lyrics - i think the bass was up way too high for the whole show - in any
case it wasn't the best sound) it sounds retrospective but not like
somebody who's ready to hang up the proverbial hat just yet. musically, it
was kind of a cross between soon be to nothing and cold beer, and the
lyrics had a lot of travel imagery, pictures of life in different
towns. the last line in the chorus was practically a cappella, so i caught
it and i remember it "because honey, all i want to do is go" - and the
last time, she changes "want" to "know". i'm looking forward to hearing it
on the retrospective (where it will be, "god willing", emily said.) love
will come to you was especially arresting, not least because the audience
stayed so respectfully silent - not only until the singing ended, but
until the instrumentation wound up, which amy and emily seemed to
really appreciate. go us!
        toward the end of the show (i think...?) carrie put the cookbook
(which was *gorgeous*, btw - i was so proud of all of us!) on the stage,
but emily wasn't able to pick it up because of the barriers security had
put up (the bastards) so after the show she snagged it again and i took it
to linger by the bus, and maybe give it to them in person. no such luck -
they did a wave-by, and emily really looked in no shape to talk to
anybody. but my friend mickey and i wound up talking to sulli after that,
for a bit (turns out she hadn't gotten emily anything yet, and had no idea
what to get her) and she offered to deliver the cookbook. she told me that
yes, emily does eat meat, (yee-haw!)  and she seemed really impressed when
we pulled it out to give to her, joking about crossing off the name of the
listserv and writing "from sulli" on it.
        okay, i'll see some of you tonight at berkeley - come find me!
section b, row 9, girl with a lot of curly brown hair wearing a black
t-shirt that says staff on the back in big yellow letters and shorts, and
i'll be with my younger-but-much-taller brother (i don't want to talk
about that, either) who's wearing a white t-shirt and denim shorts.
        happy weekend, everyone!
        mandy


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

                                amy ray

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 19:40:50 edt
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hey!

so i managed to get onto e-mail while in berkeley!  leave it to me to find a computer.  :-)

here's the deal.  i have one (possibly two) ticket to tonight's show.  i will not be back on e-mail before hand, so here's the deal:

i have a general admission ticket.  i'll give it away for free.  at 6pm i am meeting someone who i am buying reserved seat tickets from at cafe strada on bancroft right across from uc's campus.  if you want the ticket, come to strada around 6pm and look for me.  i am wearing a purple sweater with a black shirt under it, jeans, and tevas.  i have my blue eagle creek bag and my right eyebrow is pierced.  i am also 5 feet tall (heheh!  hard to miss!).

i may possibly (no promises) have a reserved seat ticket for sale.  it depends if my friend backs out on me at the last minute or not.  the ticket would cost you around $40.  ok, let's just say $40 even.  if you want the ticket, same deal...be at cafe strada at around 6pm and look for me.  again, no promises.  but there is a very very likely possibility that she will back out on me (sha says she's not feeling well today), so if you don't have tickets or want a reserved seat, give it a try!

ok, i hope to see some of you tonight at the show!  look for me!

bye!

:-) karen

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 19:30:21 -0700
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check this out:
http://www.gaylesbiantimes.com/arts/a3.html

ig are interviewed for the san diego gay and lesbian times.

~renee

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date:         sat, 22 jul 2000 21:31:35 -0500
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okay everyone the votes have all been tallied, the top three slogans
are"a+e=ig,"
with 11 votes, "what would amy and emily do?"8 "and "amy ray for
president." 6

what i would like to do now, is put out these three slogans, that way
when orderring you have more than one to choose from.  but do not send
me orders until i get in touch with someone who  offerred to print these
for free.

anyone who wants to submitt a design to me
with  these slogans, you're more than welcome
to submitt them privately.  thank you, and now back to your
spontaneously scheduled  ig listening.

peace
barb

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 00:02:45 edt
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already own a (i)mac? bought one just before uncle steve's new hue
announcement...

never fear! companies the world over will soon be offering up all sorts of
goodies in the new indigo shade. just wait until you can buy an indigo cd-r/w
burner for all of those indigo girls cds you trade. or indigo portable hard
drives to  hold all of your ig photos and liner notes... indigo speakers to
blast your indigo music. indigo printers to print your cd covers... and liner
notes... and photos....

did i mention indigo mice? indigo plastic computer desks?

(of course the above are all now available in those "oh so 1999" mac flavors
of lime, strawberry, grape, blueberry and tangerine... now even cheaper)

oh the joys of being a fashion-conscious ("design driven") geek.
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kate rw
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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 01:35:47 -0700
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twas the bonster herself! bon, was it friday? or was it when we were in
utah? i think i saw saturday and i know that wasnt you.

ryan

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

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hey y'all--
just like last night, i'm back from the show, way too tired to write a
review, but determined to do it anyway.
the berkeley show was awesome.  comparing it to last night's show in
sacramento, it was waaaay better.  as soon as they turned off the lights in
the greek theatre, and the girls came out and the stage lights came on,
there was this intensely happy vibe that lasted throughout the rest of the
evening.  the venue is great, the fans are loving, and the girls were happy.
that set the precedent for the whole concert experience.

mrs. fun and spearhead were great again.  amy was walking around on stage
videotaping spearhead while they were playing, and didn't seem to care about
the "can't see the bride before the wedding" concept, which was cool.

my attempt at the setlist (definitely not in order):

peace tonight
ozilline
least complicated
andy (now i know what a bazouki is)  :)
faye tucker---haunting as ever...i love how she says "hoooounds of hell" in
the live performances
compromise
gone again
ghost--absolutely magical.  i sat there looking at them, trying to hold on
to the moment, thinking "wow...i'm sitting here on a     beautiful night, in
a beautiful venue, and the indigo girls are singing right in front of me",
and then when emily sang "yoooou         paaaassed throoough me", and her
voice rang through the quiet amphitheatre, i just wanted to stop time.
get out the map   "this perfect moment will soon be leaving me"...that's how
i felt all night.
shed your skin (mrs. fun)...after which, emily exclaimed "this is so much
fun!"
scooter boys
closer to fine
the new emily song
midnight train to georgia (w/spearhead and mrs. fun)
go
shame on you
trouble
galileo

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

some highlights:
emily's exclamation "you are the best fans, i swear!"  that was very
cool--sent the audience roaring even more than we already were.  does
anybody remember the context in which she said that?

at another point in the evening, someone started singing happy birthday to
emily, and then the entire audience joined in.  that was unlike in
sacramento, where only a group of people were singing.  i think that wowed
both amy and emily.  that was a pretty cool moment--we were lucky to be able
to see them on emily's birthday.

the fashion:  they were both wearing the exact same things they were wearing
last night, except emily had on a different red t-shirt.  instead of powder
puff football, it was a shirt for some bar:  ??? lounge.
but before their performance, when they came out to play with mrs. fun and
spearhead, amy was wearing a red star trek, the next generation t-shirt, and
emily was wearing a white t-shirt with white button up shirt over it.

i got to see listees, katherine and sara again.  hey, i saw emily respond to
the "bless your heart" sign that sara held up.  what did she say?  did she
say "bless yours"?  she said something else too though, didn't she?

we waited for them to board the bus again, thinking it would be a better
situation than yesterday in sacramento.  the security informed us that it
would be a long wait because they were having a big birthday party for
emily.  it was 2 hours, but the time was well spent talking to two friendly,
and very entertaining fans, alana and lisa (are y'all on the list?).
we were having an extremely silly good time singing indigo girls songs and
trying to make up a unique happy birthday song for emily. :)

and hey mandy, i just now read your review of the sac show, and your
description of yourself for identification at the berekeley show, and i have
to say, i saw you there waiting for the bus with your "staff" shirt.  for
some reason, the shirt stuck in my mind, and rang a bell when i read your
post. :)

so they showed up, but didn't board the bus.  thanks to alana, who caught
eye of the black lincoln pulling up and made the connection that it was for
amy and emily, we were able to greet them as they were getting in the car.
they thanked us and shook our hands.  amy was wearing that red and white
leather jacket that she's worn in photo shoots.  for some reason, i thought
it was cool to see her in that jacket.

that's all i can write for now.  i'm sure i'm forgetting many more
highlights of this awesome show that someone else can fill us in on.

i hope to god someone booted it...

i'm off to sweet dreamland...
leslie

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 10:07:10 -0700
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> twas the bonster herself! bon, was it friday? or was it when we were in
> utah? i think i saw saturday and i know that wasnt you.

uh, yeah. girl sans rhythm. that was me :)

-bon

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

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 10:59:48 -0700
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i'll try to keep this short, cause i'm sure someone else will post full
setlists and all that jazz soon enough... so friday afternoon, the
best-boss-in-the-world let me and my roommate out of work at 1 to drive
up to sacramento. after fighting about 4.5 hours of traffic, we finally
made it and checked into the hotel. she wasn't going to the concert, so
i headed over to the theater - absolutely beautiful, by the way. i was
super early, as always, so i was one of the first people in. two
security guys saw me come in by myself and they asked me if i was
alone. i said yes, then felt really pathetic. a note should be made
that i had a ticket for the 8th row. to redeem myself i headed up front
to chat with them. i had nothing else to do. they were pretty nice, so
i asked if they knew of any extra seats in the front row. they didn't,
but they let me sit front row almost center until the people came along
who were supposed to be sitting there - that didn't happen til just
before ig came on. when i had to move, one of them came over and said
he had snagged a seat in the 2nd row with three guys. he's thinking
this is going to make my day (the guy part), but i was just thrilled to
be sitting close.

and what self-respecting lesbian meets 5 guys at an indigo girls
concert? and no women????

anyhow, the concert was great. i had never really sat that close
before, except for sst. the only problem was the stage had been setup
too far back. the security guys seemed to think it was the local crew
that did it. either way, the girls didn't seem too happy about it, and
it put about 15 additional feet in between them and us. kind of a
bummer.

they played the wood song, per connie's request (of mrs. fun), which
was wonderful! and midnight train w/spearhead.

a good time was had by all. :) after the show, i went up to the front
to try to get a pick. my security friends were up there, and they
talked to the head security dude who got one of the roadies to hand me
a pick. :) how cool!

next morning, we drove to berkeley and after braving the horrendous
traffic, made it to the greek right as mrs. fun were starting. our
seats were better than i had thought (side section, row 5), and the
definate highlight of the night for me was a beautiful version of
ghost. wow. i cried. i'm such a dork.

after the show, my roommate and i went down front and, since she's
really tall and seems to attract a lot of attention, i got a drumstick
and a pick (which i gave away to a deserving listee)...

all in all, a lucky weekend. i can't wait til santa cruz next weekend.
anyone else going?

love,
amy

ps - spearhead is amazing. wow...

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 12:54:32 -0700
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yeah, i was going to visit the portacans and t-shirt booth at the time and
totally missed it!

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> > twas the bonster herself! bon, was it friday? or was it when we were in
> > utah? i think i saw saturday and i know that wasnt you.
>
> uh, yeah. girl sans rhythm. that was me :)
>
> -bon

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 16:06:31 edt
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hey there y'all! i just needed to know if anybody has the e-mail address to
russell carter management or any other way to get an e-mail to ig because i
live here in oklahoma land of many indian reservations mostly in anadarko, ok
and i was wondering why ig haven't played here in oklahoma during the honor
the earth tour? i have a friend that i talk to about once a month that lives
on a reservation and she is a huge fan of ig and is aware of the honor the
earth program and what it means to her but has never been able to see ig in
concert so i was just wondering if anybody had any advice on how to get ig
down here :) i'd appreciate any advice:) take care y;all!!


mandy

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date:         sun, 23 jul 2000 13:39:00 mst
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hey sparkie!

i was meaning to reply to your previous post about listening to ig before
your surgery.  i've often read and heard about patients who overcome all
kinds of illnesses and such by prayer.  i really think that listening to ig
is a sort of meditating practice (a type of prayer) that can either give you
pause and relaxation (when you need to focus on healing) or it can give you
the energy and brawn to feel really big and unfearful.  obviously, you've
used emily's and amy's music, and probably just their mere being, for both.
i know that just knowing that people like them existed helped me get through
adolescence in middle tennessee.  now we all see that many women and men are
out there just like them!

i would love to hear about other people's experiences and what they listen
to (b/c obviously all of us here love music enough to give it prayer-effect
status.  does that make sense?)

re:  the below question posted by sparkie:  i don't know about you, but if i
saw this song live at a concert, it would have to be followed by
"compromise" !!!!

rock hard!!!!

-chee
>
>i am wondering about the song....girl with the weight of the world.....i
>don't  recall hearing them play it live...but it has been awhile since i
>saw them?
>

>sparkie

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        hee hee. gooooooood show. and that was apparent even before
mrs. fun began their set; emily was in a fabulous mood when she introduced
them, and when they dedicated their set to her, i could see her cheering
and jumping around backstage (having a 3/4 angle on emily side meant that
we got a pretty good view of backstage.) i wasn't too impressed with
mrs. fun - they were fine musicians and acquitted themselves beautifully
when they played with the girls later on, but i just didn't like their
sound. i met karen, who came over to talk to me during their set, and
afterward we went around and met amy swenson, but had to jog back fo the
spearhead set.
        spearhead was fabulous as always... they played what i found to be
a very political set that night, taking a miss on "red beans and rice" and
playing a few quieter, more political songs. in no order, and with titles
totally made up:
no no no
every single soul (is a poem)
michael franti a cappella
all the freaky people/something beautiful
i'll be there right on time
sometimes

michael franti talked a lot during the set; he talked about ani-homosexual
protesters outside the seattle show and how he had confronted them, and he
talked about what he says to people who ask him why he's touring with a
"lesbian folk group" and how it's because ig and their fans care about
fighting to make the world a better place. he also talked about the cuba
trip as he introduced amy and emily, saying they were the only other
musicians who were interested in leaving the hotel and really meeting
people. the girls stayed on stage through "sometimes", which i've never
seen before... maybe because it was the last spearhead show? "for a
while", said emily "because we know we'll be playing together again soon."
fingers crossed...
        and the indigo set... leslie (sorry we didn't talk - we will meet
up at santa cruz!) pretty much nailed it. this was my fifth show of this
summer tour, and the only one that came close was nyc (and i was in the
front row for that one, which probably helped.) my brother josh, who
really likes ig but was going in part to humor his older sister, was way
into it from the moment they came onstage, and in awe. they were both in
rocking good moods, emily in particular... and the contrast was stunning,
because i don't think she especially wanted to be onstage last night,
whereas tonight... wow.
        okay, i'm going to try not to repeat leslie or amy here... ghost
was amazing, scooter boys *kicked*, shed your skin was terrific, and i
love seeing andy live. but more than any of that, it was just the vibe,
because the girls were so radiantly happy.
        i knew seeing them in berkeley would be amazing... the greek is
where i saw my first ig show (waaay up in the general admission seats) and
it's a really beautiful venue - open air, coliseum style seating,
surrounded by towering eucalyptus trees in the back. it's got a lot of
character of its own. the downside of that character is that the four
women in front of us smoked enough pot to placate a small refugee camp,
but that meant that they weren't really able to stand up for the second
half of the show, so our view was really good. :)
        favorite moment: when spearhead came out for midnight train,
michael franti was absent. so they were waiting, and trying to figure out
of he was playing a joke on them... and emily began waving her hands back
and forth over her head and sing-songing "mi-chael, mi-chael..." the whole
audience joined in, and amy laughed and said "better be careful, or he's
gonna start thinking he's jesus or something."
        at the very end of the show, post-galileo (during the first verse
of which amy dropped back from the front of the stage to play with this
big orange watergun that was one of emily's birthday presents) the girls
stayed out on stage for a couple of minutes after their guitars had been
taked away, just standing there, smiling at all of us... i don't think
they wanted it to end, either.
        after the show, karen, my brother and i went to wait by the bus.
we saw many strange things, including the 3-foot stuffed tweety doll that
somebody had given emily for her birthday. thanks to alana, leslie and
company, we made it to the car just in time to see the girls come out... i
was right next to amy, but didn't say anything. karen kicked me out of my
stupor, though, and we went up to shake hands with emily. i said "thanks"
and shook her hand and she said "thanks." my brother shook her hand and
said "happy birthday" and she said "happy birthday to you, too." so i
think maybe she was a little tipsy... right after that she turned around
to share a huge laugh with whoever it was behind her (the women from mrs.
fun, i think) about the fact that she'd said that.
        i'm still on the ig high... i'll see some of y'all next week at
santa cruz. :)

        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:         sun, 23 jul 2000 19:37:58 -0400
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can someone tape (video? audio?), i'd drop my plans but i'm going to landing
in baltimore for the ada 10th anniversary at that time. i doubt my zenith
laptop could push a modem connection (god howq l;ong since the wonderful
world of dos?) let alone a webcast.

i'd appreciate it - boots to trade - you know the deal...

any dc listees up for a meet
(you know who you are)
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in '94, when asked specifically if fugitive was about fans amy made it very
clear that it was not.

of course, you'd probably have a better chance of hearing "vision boy" than
ever hearing it live again


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actually, let's talk about this.  first of all, wasn't steve jobs fired?  he
created the business (even stole ideas from zerox who invented the windows
interface) and ran his company apple with a good conscience afterwards, i
thought, to political issues.  now, it seems that folks have 2 options when
deciding what kind of machine to buy.  a pc or a mac.  i personally would
love a mac b/c the graphics are better and i won't need to go through
craziness to get software (b/c it's all over the internet for shareware) and
i'm not giving money to that republican greedy corporation microsoft  but
they're more expensive.  for some strange reason i've always thought of
apple and macintosh as a good wholesome company (the underdogs who are
liberal in political circles and sort of tied in with netscape who are
really the underdogs and totally rocked before they were bought out).  now
if all of that is true, then why wouldn't the ig help promote them?  now
that that mean ole weird guy steve jobs is gone, doesn't it seem ok?

rock hard!!

-chee


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>date: fri, 21 jul 2000 15:24:16 -0400
>
>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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hey folks,

forwarded from the news-only list...
-sherlyn

---------- forwarded message ----------
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7-21-00, sacramento, ca memorial auditorium

ozilline
trouble
least complicated
jonas & ezekiel+
compromise
soon be to nothing+
gone again
wood song+
shame on you
get out the map
shed your skin
closer to fine+
love will come to you+
faye tucker
leaving+
romeo & juliet+
midnight train to georgia
encores:
sister
galileo
+duo-acoustic

the openers mrs. fun and spearhead were both great!  connie from mrs. fun
forewarned us that everyone was feeling really good and to expect a great
show, and was she right!!  the girls seemed happy and smiling, saying they
had lots of fun in sacramento having spent their day off here.  they were
both in absolutely top notch vocal form, bringing chills down my spine
especially during love will come to you.  a cute thing that happened before
they went into wood song: emily started to say, "this song is
about...um...oh, nevermind."  then amy stops her and says, "wait, what *is*
it about?"  then she turns to the audience and says, "this is how i learn
what emily's songs are about, during our shows."  so emily continues, "its
about experiencing adversity in life, but in order to appreciate the good
times, you have to experience adversity.  its also about how water wears on
wood." (my quotes are not exact, but close).

christy berger
ssdaydrm10@cs.com

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this was a good show, i thought.  i unintentionally got to see this today.
i'm rooting through my email all day and listening to vh-1.  i was just
working on the computer (reading all the gazillions of posts....geez, my
eyes are like going roll to the back of my head and my neck is going to give
up and my head is going to fall off my neck!)  anyway, i saw the show
regarding the girls.  it was good, but it was weird seeing baby pictures of
emily and amy.  hello, i don't care about what they looked like as toddlers.
  like, i want to see when they were rambucntious, not sweet and innocent.
aftwards, i got to see the dixie chicks story....that was hilarious.
natalie maines is so funny!!!  not that it's an issue, but she's gaining
weight.  that's cool with me, but i imagine some other folks are going to be
surprised at the up coming atlanta concert.....my sisters and i just bought
9 tickets for the show!!!  we're excited needless to say.  oh, natalie
maines is an avid amy ray fan.  she said that in 10 years, the dixie chicks
will be playing hard rock and have black hair...it's in her plans
anyway....she was kidding, i think.

rock hard!!

-chee

>alright folks, here is the rerun schedule for before
>they were rock stars episode 36 (the one diane
>mentioned) according to rockontv:
>
>07/21/00 (this is the one that ran already)
>10:30 pm et vh1 before they were rock stars paula
>abdul, toni basil, berlin, david bowie, belinda
>carlisle, faith hill, indigo girls, cyndi lauper,
>madonna, moby, britney spears, third eye blind  info
>

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i just got a boot where amy says this was written about some obscure poet...anybody know who this is?? d:)


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on sun, 23 jul 2000, amy swenson wrote:

> and what self-respecting lesbian meets 5 guys at an indigo girls
> concert? and no women????

   hey, it's tough for us straight guys to pick up women at an indigo
girls concert too...  :)

   darius

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<<i just got a boot where amy says this was written about some obscure
poet...anybody know who this is?? d:)>>

that would be (i think) frank standford. he's thanked on the rites of
passage liner notes.

of course, if i was all clued up and knowlegable (instead of just faking my
way through, as i usually do) i'd tell you a cool webpage to check out.
alas, that is not to be...

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><<i just got a boot where amy says this was written about some obscure
>poet...anybody know who this is?? d:)>>
>

neil wrote:
>that would be (i think) frank standford. he's thanked on the rites of
>passage liner notes.
>
>of course, if i was all clued up and knowlegable (instead of just faking my
>way through, as i usually do) i'd tell you a cool webpage to check out.
>alas, that is not to be...
>

hey, the faq is pretty cool. ;) from the ig faq, part ii:

http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig

13.1. what is "three hits" about?

in the "rites of passage" press kit, amy explained the inspiration
for the song.  "'three hits' was inspired by the poems of frank
stanford.  a music friend of mine sent me a book of his poetry, 'the
light the dead see', and i went crazy over it - it changed my life a
little.  i was reading some biographical notes on stanford and
learned that he'd committed suicide in the early 80's at age 30 - he
shot himself three times in the heart.  that image really stuck with
me.  so i used images from his poems and his life: that he was
adopted, that he left his wife behind..."

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neil said, "that would be (i think) frank standford.

and he continues, "of course, if i was all clued up and knowlegable (instead
of just faking my way through, as i usually do) i'd tell you a cool webpage
to check out."

neil, a little bit of teamwork; here's a page about standford's writing.

http://www.alsopreview.com/stanford/thomas.html

after reading it, i could understand how the girls were intrigued.

enjoy,

phillip

"..here is my secret, a very simple secret:  it is only with the heart that
one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye."
the fox, the little prince - antoine de saint exupery

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hey guys.. ok my reviews are late so they'll be quick :)
i have to say that i thought the sac show was 10 times better than berkeley..
sac seemed smaller and more intimate and the girls played some great stuff -
i'd never seen jonas and ezekial before and the wood song and lwcty were so
nice.. that was great :) plus they threw in 2 extra songs that weren't on the
orig. setlist so i think they played 20 total.. it was just great. last night
was good too but i was hoping for some more old favorites... anyway... i
adore em's new song :) i'll post the lyrics from what i can make out from my
tapes of the two shows later.. i'm being lazy right now :p

anyway, the bit where em said that we were the best fans was when she was
talking  about the restrospective they're going to release and everyone
cheered :) amy made a joke about it being a record company ploy to release
greatest hits records :) she said they'd be adding some new songs so that
it'd be desirable for us to want them. lol :)

anyway, i also wanted to point out that sulli was in the bitchiest mood last
night :( i think she gets pissed off at us when we yell for picks and
setlists... she pulled the setlists from the floor, crumpled them up in a
ball and threw them out to us and yelled "there, have fun." so i was thinking
maybe we shouldn't harass her so much...just a thought - she is working,
after all..

so here's the deal on the boots from the two shows... i haven't finished
listening to berkeley yet so i don't have all the songs written down yet.
last night's sounds better than sac since as someone pointed out, the bass
was a little loud in sac.. there are some songs on the sac show where the
band was louder than the vocals (so it's a little hard to hear all of the
words to leaving). berkeley is very clear though.

both sound pretty damn good, imho, but i've only got an analog tape recorder
so if you're looking for perfection, feel free to get it elsewhere. also i
don't have a burner so no cd's... (unless someone wants to take up a tree or
anything..)

anyway, i've still got to copy them both for myself and get the setlists in
order so please don't e-mail me now about them.. i'll post in a few days when
they're ready.  (exception to that rule is anyone who taped before they were
rock stars... i am currently cable-less so i'll trade for that :) oh - or if
anyone taped any of rose's sets - i want those too :)

here's the sac setlist... i think it's about 110min.. plus i taped the song
they did with spearhead, and then spearhead's last song.. so basically i'm
going to see if those fit on the 110min tape with the girls' set.
ozillene, trouble, jonas and ezekial, least complicated, compromise, soon be
to nothing, gone again, the wood song, shame on you, get out the map, shed
your skin (w/ mrs. fun), closer to fine, love will come to you, (happy
birthday sung to emily), faye tucker, leaving, romeo and juliet, midnight
train to georgia (w/ spearhead), go, sister, galileo

anyway... is there a listemeet for santa cruz??? i never meet any list
members :(

:) lisa

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hey folks,

here is the article from the san diego gay and lesbian
times which renee mentioned.  the url to see it online
is http://www.gaylesbiantimes.com/arts/a3.html.

-sherlyn

---begin forwarded article---

mood indigo an interview with emily saliers

by gregg shapiro

the indigo girls' album come on now social was one of the
best albums of 1999, and it's also one of the best albums
of the duo's career. now on the latest leg of their tour
in support of the critically acclaimed disc, amy ray and
emily saliers are coming to san diego july 25 and 26,
where they will play at humphrey's by the bay.

gay & lesbian times: i'd like to begin by congratulating
you, and amy (ray), of course, on the glama (gay and
lesbian american music award) that you received in the
"production" category for the song "trouble" from your
album come on now social. is there anything you'd like to
say about the glamas?

emily saliers: we haven't had a lot of experience with
the organization firsthand, actually. i'm just aware of
them, and i think they do a great thing.  i think that
any time that you take note of the work that gays and
lesbians and bisexuals and transgendered people are doing
in culture and in the arts and the media, that it's a good
thing.  advancing ourselves in the evolution, and working
against homophobia and celebrating ourselves and our art
and our contributions to society - i think that's what
glama does, so i feel good about that.

glt: the indigo girls do a stunning cover of "broken
blossoms" on the wonderful dusty springfield tribute disc
forever dusty. can you tell me how you became involved in
the project?

es: rebekah (radisch, the project's producer) is a very
good friend of ours who we've known for years and years.
we are dusty fans and have listened to her over the years.
we love her voice and her interpretation, so it was kind
of daunting to be doing a cover of a cover song that dusty
did. we tried to pick one that was a little more obscure.
we went in there and tried to give a little bit of a retro
flair. we actually had a lot of fun. those vocal harmony
"woo woos" in the background, we've never done that before.
amy sings about as high as i've ever heard her sing on a
recording. it was fun to do something totally different and
do it for rebecca and do it for a good cause.

glt: the indigo girls are also on the woody guthrie concert
tribute disc 'til we outnumber 'em. you perform the song
"ramblin' round" as a duet with ani difranco. can you tell
me something about that experience?

es: we all love woody because he's a true folk singer. folk
is music of the people. that's really amy's and my roots.
we feel compatible and in sync with his whole message and
philosophy. folk is music of the people. that's really amy's
and my roots. - we're both huge ani fans, and we got to sing
with pete seeger. it just blows your mind. we were feeling
like we were a part of this whole generation of expressions
of folk music. to be singing with a contemporary like ani
was a thrill, but then to be singing with pete seeger, one
of our folk mentors, was amazing. it was that kind of event.

glt: i was fortunate enough to be at both nights, in
chicago, of the suffragette sessions multi-performer concert
that you did a few years ago.  now that there is no more
lilith fair, do you think there will be a time when you and
amy will revive the suffragette sessions?

es: yeah, we definitely will. i don't think we're going to
be able to do it this year. we talked about doing it, then
we just got too busy. we've got our honor the earth in
october, and by that time it will be a year and a half of
touring on this record. we'll definitely revive it. it
takes a lot of organizing, as you can imagine. getting
people's schedules in line. you have to have women who are
willing to be paid barely anything and live on a bus
together. i thought it was a great musical experience and
we're going to do it again.

glt: it was absolutely unforgettable.  what can you tell
me about honor the earth?

es: it's a group that amy and i helped start with some
indigenous community leaders. what it does is raise money
through concerts and donations and other ways, and then
the money goes into a fund, and then different indian
communities apply for grants. they may be doing things
like fighting multinational corporations who want to strip
their land or do coal mining or gold-mining, or there is
the threat of toxic waste dumping on their lands. or they
have cultural sustainability programs, keeping the
languages and their histories alive, all kinds of stuff.
it's a way to support environmental efforts on behalf of
native communities.

glt: speaking of tours, you continue to tour in support of
come on now social, which came out last year. do you
usually tour this long in support of an album?

es: yeah. we usually tour about a year and a half after a
record comes out. it's sort of split up. we may do a
couple of months of college shows and small theaters. we
may do rock clubs, sometimes. summertime is the time for
the shed tour, and that's what we're doing now with a
band. we do stuff acoustically. and then every touring
season we do our honor the earth tour for about a month.
we did suffragette sessions the last time around. there's
a lot of things that we try to do and mix it up. sometimes
we go over to australia or the u.k. it keeps us pretty
busy.

glt: are you playing any new songs on this tour?

es: yeah. usually about eight to ten new songs from the
record, and then sometimes amy sings a new song that she's
working on that hasn't been recorded yet. the other part of
the set is a mix of old songs, some acoustic; some
electric; some amy's; some mine.

glt: this leads me to ask whether you've had a chance to go
into the studio to begin working on the next indigo girls
album.

es: no, but we're going to release a retrospective this
fall, and we're going to include two new songs on that
record. we're in the process of deciding which new songs
we're going to pick. we've got to arrange them and then get
in the studio in august and record them and put the record
out in the fall.

glt: that's something to look forward to. you and amy are
best known as a duo, but you have done work separately, as
well. will there come a time when we will be seeing solo
records from you and amy?

es: yes. amy's already working on a solo record. she's got
a bunch of songs, and she's done some recording with the
butchies, who are an awesome band. she's in the process of
recording it; it's just a matter of her finding the time
to get it done. i'd like to make a solo record in the
future, but i'm not exactly sure when. we sort of feel like
whatever we do individually that inspires us is only that
much better for the indigo girls. everything is moving
ahead full-steam.

glt: there is a lot of buzz about the fact that sinead
o'connor has just come out as a lesbian. would you care to
comment on that?

es: i just heard that! i can't believe it!  sinead
o'connor is a beautiful spirit made of many things. if this
is part of her incarnation, then i'm all for it.

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what are rainy day records??


joe
brooklyn,ny

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>from yahoo -- see the end for the direct ig content:

http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/lc/20000723/en/joan_osborne_returns_with_new_al
bum_september_12_1.html

joan osborne returns with new album september 12

(7/23/00, 10 a.m. et) - it took about five years, but joan osborne will
release a new album, righteous love, due out september 12. it's her first
album since relish, which featured the hits "st. theresa" and the smash "one
of us."

osborne said she has matured. she talked with launch about some of her
influences. "people like etta james and otis redding and tina turner and van
morrison and people like that, who have a very expressive singing style and
come out of an r&b/gospel sort of tradition. but i'm also listening to a lot
of different kinds of music, like appalachian country stuff and north
african/middle eastern kind of things. and i listen to a lot of alternative
or modern rock or indie -- whatever you want to call that. just anything
that's got some passion."

osborne is also set to follow in the footsteps of alanis morissette and
appear in the highly acclaimed hbo series sex in the city. she's also
working on a web magazine, heroinemag.com, for which she'll conduct
interviews or chats with susan sarandon, indigo girls, and mary j. blige.--
darren davis, new york

peace,
ruth

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i'm a straight guy and i got 2 phone numbers at the nyc show!!!!!


(keep in mind i had seen 7 other shows and came no closer to singing closer
to fine on stage then getting  phone numbers!)


joe
brooklyn, ny

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hey-- i've had so much frun reading everyones reviews about the show!! anyhow
if anyone booted this please let me know-- i really  really want a copy!1
just e-mail me with some info if you get a chance!! --ashley

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hey y'all!

i'm back home from the bay area (although i'll *probably* be moving out there
within the neat month.  yah!!!).  i've enjoyed reading the other berkeley
posts. i'll try not to repeat anything.  :-)

first of all, it was great to meet michael, heather, mandy, and amy!  :-)

now on to the show.  it kicked butt.  no, really, it kicked serious butt!
the best ig show i've seen -- and not necessarily because of the setlist, but
because the crowd was a blast!

mrs. fun was on first.  i had seen them before.  like others, i am not very
impressed.  i guess their music just isn't my style.

then came spearhead.  i swear, they were so awesome i would have paid the
money for the ticket just to see them.  i like how political and out spoken
michael franti is.  i really hope to see them again soon (maybe back in the
bay area).  i also loved how they got the crowd excited.  i have never seen
an opening act get the crowd going so much.

then the girls came on...  i kept a setlist, but two things a) i can't read
my handwriting and b) my pens both broke in the middle of the show (i swear,
if you're buying jelly pens, be sure they were made in japan.  the american
ones kinda suck!!!), but i will try to read my writing and remember what they
played post-pens-breaking.  anyway, i think this is the order:

peace tonite
ozilline
scooter boys
least complicated
andy (!!!  beautiful live!!!  never really liked it on cons all that much,
but live it is great)
gone again
closer to fine
comprimise
ghost
shed your skin
get out the map
faye tucker (i love amy's passion when i hear this live)
em's new song (which i loved.  any song about traveling and being on the
road, i love)
go
midnight train to georgia (w/ spearhead)
shame on you
trouble
galileo

after the show, i hung around to get a pick.  the stage at the greek theater
is really high up.  and i am really short.  so i had like no chance of
getting anything (besides the pact that i can't catch).  and no, i was not
that woman who had her friend hoist her up on stage.  that's a way to piss
the crew off (if you're on the list, sorry if i offended you).  but amy
swenson gave me a pick she had caught.  thank you thank you thank you,
amy!!!!  i had really wanted a pick from that show more than any other!

after the show mandy, josh (her brother) and i waited around for the girls.
and waited.  and waited.  they were having a b-day party of emily backstage.
everyone warned us that we'd be there for a looong time.  oh well.  we kept
ourselves entertained.  yeah, i need a 2ft tweetie.  and oops, almost got run
over by the bus, right mandy :-) (but what rules more...creatures of the
bovine or ig?)  anyway, it was worth the wait cause the girls came out and
shook everuone's hand (not many people waited).  highlight was when emily
wished josh a happy birthday!  :-)

allright, well i just got in and i need to unpack.  but i wanted to post.
great show.  can't wait for cleveland on the 13th. . .

:-) karen

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

> first of all, it was great to meet michael, heather, mandy, and amy!  :-)

it was great meeting you as well.  you brought honor and enthusiasm to section b, row 7.
thank you for standing almost the entire show (but i guess at your height, the people
behind you weren't all that mad) and more importantly thank you for not laughing at me
during ghost.  can you believe they played it?  truly magical.

saturday night was one of the greatest vibes i've ever felt in a crowd.  even the dressed
up in leather and dockers and hair gel couples that surrounded us couldn't stop the
happiness.

i'm proud to be a fan.

michael cummins.

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i forgot to check that i was replying to the list, not the original
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gods, it's times like this i really hate the fact that i'm underage and
in new zealand... by the time i have the wherewithall to make it to one
of the girls' concerts, they'll probably have *retired* or something...
:/

::living vicariously through others' posts!::

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> anyway, i also wanted to point out that sulli was in the bitchiest mood
last
> night :( i think she gets pissed off at us when we yell for picks and
> setlists... she pulled the setlists from the floor, crumpled them up in a
> ball and threw them out to us and yelled "there, have fun." so i was
thinking
> maybe we shouldn't harass her so much...just a thought - she is working,
> after all..

yeah, we were probably being obnoxious.  while we were standing there for
setlists, the security guard was telling us how n'sync fans wait around to
get the sweaty towels, and then right before they kicked us out she said
"come on now, you all are starting to be like n'sync fans".
but wow, i didn't catch the hostility in sulli's distribution of the
setlists.  i thought she crumpled them up so she could throw them, because
we were too far away because the stage was so high.  but maybe she was
annoyed.  hmmm....
but we should definitely be respectful of her trying to do her work, that's
for sure.

i should say though, that while we were waiting by the bus and security came
to tell us it would be a long wait because of emily's party, we thanked her
for informing us, and she said "well you all are so polite, i had to tell
you.", and then someone said "tell them (the girls) that.", and she said "i
think they know."

leslie

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oops.. i just sent the list a blank message.. that sucks :p

anyway, here's the setlist for berkeley and it fits on a 110 min tape with
the mrs. fun and spearhead guest spot songs.. it sounds pretty good - pretty
clear.. there is an occasional sound fluctuation, most noticeably during go
and there is some crowd noise.
peace tonight
ozilline
least complicated
scooter boys
andy
gone again
closer to fine
compromise
ghost
(happy birthday to emily)
shed your skin (w/ mrs. fun)
get out the map
faye tucker
leaving
go
midnight train to georgia (w/ spearhead)
shame on you
trouble (w/ a nice bit from em --- "and all the gays will pay again - i'm
tired of that!!")
galileo
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mrs. fun and ig: undecided
spearhead and ig: i'll be there right on time (???)


anyway.. i'm copying sac now and now i think maybe sac sounds better :p lol..
anyway.. wait till tuesday and then if anyone's interested in copies just
e-mail me then..

so mrs. fun.. they're ok.. they reminded me of that episode of friends with
ross and his synthesizer... or of "two white girls doing rap"

um yeah so here is my take on the lyrics to leaving.. some parts are hard to
make out but this is my personal opinion of what i think em is singing...
(and jen babe, feel free to correct if you think i fucked them up :) the
stuff in brackets means i'm not sure or i can't figure the words out...

leaving

jet fuel on the traffic lines [lights?]
pulling up to the delta signs
just a [shade] from my hometown
black stain where the wheels touch down
i pick up the morning news
i pass the man who's gonna shine my shoes
to security and to the train
that will take me to the aeroplane

i count miles on the highway
the sum of all my days
there's a postcard
[there's a call]
there's a picture for your bedroom wall
do you ever want to [----- -----]
who's that person standing next to you
now for all the nights [i'm gone]
is there a home for a traveling heart

chorus:
but if i were leaving you
i don't know what i would do
the more i go seems the less i know
the fires still burn on my return
keep the path laid on the only road i know
cause honey, all i know to do is go

a cup of coffee and my bags are packed
saying now not to look back
familiar emptiness inside
as the distances grow wide
[have a while] now to memorize
the last look in your loving eyes
seeing [dusk turn into] dawn
it's like a curtain being slowly drawn

chorus
guitar bridge
chorus


:) lisa
(good quote from michael franti in berkeley - he said he saw a bumper sticker
that said "bush and gore make me want to ralph" heehee :)

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        yeah, i know i talked about this already, but i'm not quite done
yet. almost.

> em's new song (which i loved.  any song about traveling and being on the
> road, i love)

        this song, btw, doesn't have an official name yet - on the way out
we ran into a girl who had gotten one, and josh (smart boy) had the
presence of mind to check it out when we looked - it was listed as "new
song". i guess they can't call it "go"... (thanks for posting lyrics,
lisa!)

> yeah, we were probably being obnoxious.  while we were standing there
> for setlists, the security guard was telling us how n'sync fans wait
> around to get the sweaty towels, and then right before they kicked us
> out she said "come on now, you all are starting to be like n'sync
> fans". but wow, i didn't catch the hostility in sulli's distribution
> of the setlists.  i thought she crumpled them up so she could throw
> them, because we were too far away because the stage was so high.
> but maybe she was annoyed.  hmmm....

        sulli was definitely annoyed. and i could kind of see why, because
people were going primal over these little momentoes that probably don't
seem like a big deal to her, yelling at her while she was trying to clean
up the stage. and i've done my share of clamoring, so i don't mean this
all to sound sanctimonious, but it finally came home to me that we can be
pretty obnoxious. after she snapped at us, i promised myself that i
wouldn't ever crowd the stage and beg for picks again - but you know, i'll
probably wind up breaking that promise sooner or later because i decide i
want a pick just *that* badly, and why should somebody else get one just
because he or she is willing to be pushy and impolite? being a fan has
definitely brought out my machiavellian side on occasion...
        seriously, though, y'all (or any of you who are still bothering to
read this) have you ever had the experience of catching yourself doing one
of those freaky fan things you thought you'd never do? how did you react
to that revelation? and if it was something you weren't proud of, how do
you keep yourself from doing it again? i don't mean to be inrusive here;
i'm just trying to figure out how to avoid inadvertantly becoming an icky
fan.
        oh, and karen almost got run over by the tour bus. i *did* get run
over, but that's another story. <g>

        mandy,
        really shutting up now

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

                                amy ray

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july 27
i_zarei@net1ef.modares.ac.ir (hideh zareei)

july 29
<mrowan@gmu.edu> (marian)
"...the sweetest part is acting after making a decision..." -emily
saliers, hammer and a nail

happy bithday to yoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooouuu. :)

hope your days are filled with much love and many indigo wishes!

always,
audra
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>have you ever had the experience of catching yourself doing one
>of those freaky fan things you thought you'd never do? how did you react
>to that revelation? and if it was something you weren't proud of, how do
>you keep yourself from doing it again?

i don't think this is really freaky, just rather pushy.  when i was at
ravinia with my friend we waited by the bus for a really long time to try to
get autographs, etc.  it was just us and one other girl there so we figured
if we waited long enough they would maybe talk to us for a second, but
security people told us we had to leave.  we tried to explain we just wanted
an autograph, but they said that the girls weren't doing them tonight.  we
whined and begged and lollygagged in a real pushy way until they were about
ready to mace us (just kidding), but you know what i mean.

the thing is, if they weren't doing autographs for 3 people, there must've
been a good reason, and maybe we should've laid off.  how much is too much?

laura ~ who will be found trying to sneak on the bus in cleveland ~

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i feel that ig has had a huge spiritual effect on me, and right now i am
really struggling with religion.  i myself am not gay, but it is hard to go
to a church that believes if you are, you are not welcome.  i don't feel
comfortable there, i am not a kid anymore and i know the difference between
right and wrong, and prejudice is wrong, so i have not been going regularly
for the last 5 years or so, except when my mom begs for me to go, she is
pretty upset about it.  i try to tell her that going to church is not what
makes you religious.  i have gone to the same church since birth and so have
my parents.  so it is hard for them to understand why i don't want to go
anymore, but i don't see how i can find god in a place where everyone is not
welcome.  my husband feels exactly the same way.  i do want to go to church,
but where?  any suggestions?  email privately

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hi all,

i am finally finding the time to try and learn to play the guitar.  right now
just holding the guitar feels like wrestling a baby bear(the guitar feels
huge) and my fingers don't seem to be able to stretch even to the 3rd fret!
i was thinking of buying an ovation applause model ae28, it has the super
shallow roundback body and slim neck which seem ideal to me for the above
reasons.  anyone have any input pro or con on this??    please email me
directly.

thanks a bunch

indi

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ummm... steve jobs has been back at apple for about 5 years, if i'm
right... plus, the new indigo imac starts at $799 which is pretty
decent for a stable machine. regardless of os. *shrug*

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in seattle on sat. she crumpled them to throw them further back than just to
those who were right against the stage.  she did not seem perturbed at all.

traci


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i have an older ovation which plays and sounds great.  i used to own one of
the shallow bodied models - it also played good but the sound was thin and
trebly in comparison.  still, it's a very good guitar to learn on.

best of luck,
tim

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do any of you remember the song "roll the dice" that they opened a lot
of sst shows with? i heard it in the gap over the weekend. for the past
two years (almost), i've been trying to figure out who sings the darn
thing - it sounded like luscious jackson or the breeders, but i can't
seem to find it on an album or anything... i asked the manager, but he
had lost the cd case... if you know who did this song originally, and
even what the real title is, please please please let me know! :)

love,
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this song was written about frank stanford, a not so obscure poet, who,
rumor has it, in a
fit of rage, shot his wife, his lover, and himself when catching his lover
in bed with is wives.  three hits to the heart.

chris ii

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date: sunday, july 23, 2000 9:00 pm
subject: 3 hits


>i just got a boot where amy says this was written about some obscure
poet...anybody know who this is?? d:)
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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 11:43:53 -0400
reply-to:     "q.o.t.u." <sparke61@maine.edu>
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i have a few things to say about this...

>        sulli was definitely annoyed. and i could kind of see why, because
>people were going primal over these little momentoes that probably don't
>seem like a big deal to her, yelling at her while she was trying to clean
>up the stage. and i've done my share of clamoring, so i don't mean this
>all to sound sanctimonious, but it finally came home to me that we can be
>pretty obnoxious.

i was at the unh show this spring where there was a group of girls fighting
over the used water bottles amy and emily had been drinking out of. i was
standing around waiting for my friend to stop talking to this girl she'd
met during the show, and i could not believe how obnoxious some of the fans
(especially the boy next to us who kept screaming at amy during the show
and pointing to his "i learned from lesbians" t shirt) were being.
   personally i have to wonder why people go so crazy over objects that the
indigo girls have touched. come on people, the girls are not magic or
goddesses who can impart some of their powers on us if we have something
that belonged to them in our clutches.
   as for sulli, i can totally understand why she'd be annoyed. at this
very same show at unh, people were yelling at her and calling her "scully"
and basically interruping her work. it was late, she was probably tired and
wanting to get back to her room for some sleep. she's on tour, too, folks,
and her job probably runs  a lot longer than the girls' does.

after she snapped at us, i promised myself that i
>wouldn't ever crowd the stage and beg for picks again - but you know, i'll
>probably wind up breaking that promise sooner or later because i decide i
>want a pick just *that* badly, and why should somebody else get one just
>because he or she is willing to be pushy and impolite? being a fan has
>definitely brought out my machiavellian side on occasion...

how many picks is enough picks? how about sharing and kindness? isn't that
what the spirit of the indigo girls is all about?

>        seriously, though, y'all (or any of you who are still bothering to
>read this) have you ever had the experience of catching yourself doing one
>of those freaky fan things you thought you'd never do? how did you react
>to that revelation? and if it was something you weren't proud of, how do
>you keep yourself from doing it again? i don't mean to be inrusive here;
>i'm just trying to figure out how to avoid inadvertantly becoming an icky
>fan.

i'm enough of a fan that i once went to atlanta from maine to see  the
indigo girls in concert for two consecutive nights. it was a blast and i
loved the shows. i had never seen them live before and had been a fan for
years but my job of sailing pretty much made it that i missed all of their
local shows.
  i've never screamed at sulli or fought over guitar picks, i've never
waited out by the tour bus for hours, or just *had* to tell amy and emily
how much i love them. folks, these women are people, just like you and me,
who happen to be really talented musically. they already give so much of
themselves that i can't imagine trying to take more. i happen to respect
them and what they do for us, and i don't want to be a screaming,
slobbering fanatic that just *has* to drink water that amy drank first. i
don't understand this compulsion, either. to be honest, it kind of scares
me. i'm also a musician up here in maine, and i play locally from time to
time, and at one show, my band and i actually signed tickets and autographs
and had people telling us how great we were (being the only girl band in
the area didn't hurt) and while it was nice, it was also kind of scary the
way they looked at us--not so much as their friends, but with that sort of
amazed, dazed look that i see so very magnified on indigo girls fans.
  i don't know the answer about being less frantic of a fan, because i've
never been like that. i guess, try and have some respect for the girls.
let's face it--no one stands outside at the bus for hours to benefit the
indigo girls. fighting for picks, set lists, water bottles, and autographs
is purely selfish.
my 2 cents, keep the flaming to a minimum and off the list, please
sharon

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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 08:44:38 pdt
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howdy everyone,

i am back in action after moving to pennsylvania/philly and getting settled
now i have decided my next expedition is to get to see the girls a few more
times and i was just wondering if anyone had info on the cleaveland show on
the 13th of august (i think)..... i just wanted to find out about getting
tickets now. i know i am going west to see them at the michigan's womens
festival and might as well try to see them twice..... any info will be much
aprreciated.....
-jess

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i've got a big hot cherry bomb and i wanna slip it through the mailslot of
your frontdoor" -ani d.

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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 08:54:11 pdt
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ok so my curiousity has been hit was his lover male or female?.... i was
just thinking did he walk in on his wife doing another woman and just lose
it ? i dont know why im wondering i can see how he would be upset either way
i was had to ask ....and for those who might be offended by my asking kinda
bluntly my apologies now but i am to lazy to retype.
-
jessica d. k.

from: chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
reply-to: chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>
to: indigo-girls@netspace.org
subject: re: 3 hits
date: sun, 23 jul 2000 23:39:21 -0400

this song was written about frank stanford, a not so obscure poet, who,
rumor has it, in a
fit of rage, shot his wife, his lover, and himself when catching his lover
in bed with is wives.  three hits to the heart.

chris ii


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subject:      igc hob upcoming!!!
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hey all...just thought id share hot off the h.o.b email presses!! these
are the artists who have an upcoming cybercast on h.o.b.!!!! (i have
heard some mention cowboy junkies on the list so i highlighted and
underlined them as well! and yes the 'bacon brothers' are indeed actor
kevin bacon (river run wild, murder in the first, footloose, etc) and
his brother! they formed a little band w/ themselves! anyway, i post any
up to date info on when the show actually is!!!

cara

   * live drive 2000:change music seattl
   * cowboy junkies
   * john paul jone
   *  footlong
   *   indigenou
   *  bla fleck and the flecktones
   * dance hall crashers
   *  hair of the dog
   * live drive 2000: creation west
   *  green man
   * the bacon brothers
   *  the indigo girls
   *  dio

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hey all...just thought id share hot off the h.o.b email presses!! these
are the artists who have an upcoming cybercast on h.o.b.!!!! (i have 
heard some mention cowboy junkies on the list so i highlighted and underlined
them as well! and yes the 'bacon brothers' are indeed actor kevin bacon
(river run wild, murder in the first, footloose, etc) and his brother!
they formed a little band w/ themselves! anyway, i post any up to date
info on when the show actually is!!!
<p>cara
<ul>
<li>
live drive 2000:change music seattl</li>

<li>
<b><u>cowboy junkies</u></b></li>

<li>
john paul jone</li>

<li>
 footlong</li>

<li>
  indigenou</li>

<li>
 bla fleck and the flecktones</li>

<li>
dance hall crashers</li>

<li>
 hair of the dog</li>

<li>
live drive 2000: creation west</li>

<li>
 green man</li>

<li>
the bacon brothers</li>

<li>
 <b><u><font face="arial black">the indigo girls</font></u></b></li>

<li>
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hey all...just thought id share hot off the h.o.b email presses!! these
are the artists who have an upcoming cybercast on h.o.b.!!!! (i have
heard some mention cowboy junkies on the list so i highlighted and
underlined them as well! and yes the 'bacon brothers' are indeed actor
kevin bacon (river run wild, murder in the first, footloose, etc) and
his brother! they formed a little band w/ themselves! anyway, i post any
up to date info on when the show actually is!!!

cara

   * live drive 2000:change music seattl
   * cowboy junkies
   * john paul jone
   *  footlong
   *   indigenou
   *  bla fleck and the flecktones
   * dance hall crashers
   *  hair of the dog
   * live drive 2000: creation west
   *  green man
   * the bacon brothers
   *  the indigo girls
   *  dio

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<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">
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hey all...just thought id share hot off the h.o.b email presses!! these
are the artists who have an upcoming cybercast on h.o.b.!!!! (i have 
heard some mention cowboy junkies on the list so i highlighted and underlined
them as well! and yes the 'bacon brothers' are indeed actor kevin bacon
(river run wild, murder in the first, footloose, etc) and his brother!
they formed a little band w/ themselves! anyway, i post any up to date
info on when the show actually is!!!
<p>cara
<ul>
<li>
live drive 2000:change music seattl</li>

<li>
<b><u>cowboy junkies</u></b></li>

<li>
john paul jone</li>

<li>
 footlong</li>

<li>
  indigenou</li>

<li>
 bla fleck and the flecktones</li>

<li>
dance hall crashers</li>

<li>
 hair of the dog</li>

<li>
live drive 2000: creation west</li>

<li>
 green man</li>

<li>
the bacon brothers</li>

<li>
 <b><u><font face="arial black">the indigo girls</font></u></b></li>

<li>
 dio</li>
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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 10:20:16 -0700
reply-to:     carrie.pattison@ucdmc.ucdavis.edu
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hey y'all!  please send me happy thoughts because right now i am in a post
ig concert funk - i think i am suffering from withdrawals....

i think the berkeley show had much more energy and fan enthusiasm than
sacramento - probably because i was a little frustrated at the sacramento
show...  first off - not getting the cookbook directly into emily's hands
was driving me nuts, and also (and please don't flame me for this one -
especially if any of these  folks are on the list....) because of all of
the fans around us who kept yelling requests during any pause or low volume
type moments - like during emily's new song - really started to get
annoying to both emily and amy.  i swear i heard about 5,000 "romeo",
"ghost" and "galileo" requests.  it got to the point that amy said
something (and this is from memory, not verbatim...) right before launching
into sister during their encore that went " ok, we are going to be doing
galileo later, we already did that one, so just listen..." in response to a
call for galileo and also (i assume) romeo & juliet.  she was kinda talking
under her breath when she was making this statement.  oh well....  and
also, emily did not seem to be totally *there* sometimes, maybe she was
just tired - or even better, the sacramento heat or even the wonderful bank
robbery cum bomb scare that shut down the freeway and closed off a whole
neighborhood right near where i work may have contributed to her mood......
also, anyone remember the lovely inebriated fellow who decided to make a
not so subtle attempt to sneak into front row center, stand right in front
of an audience member and not move, even when security was asking him to
move - all in the middle of "love will come to you" (i think it was that
song - or else another quiet/slow song like wood song or the "untitled" new
emily song..."

on a happier note, i really love the new as yet untitled song by emily- but
could not figure out the end of the chorus - sometimes i thought the lyric
was "all i want to do is go" and then the next night in berkeley i thought
i heard "all i want to do is go home".  the melody is still haunting me
today - it really struck a chord with me, i don't know why, though.  and
yes - i will wait until tomorrow to start begging lisa for a copy of the
tapes (btw - there may even be a pick in it for a kind soul who will
generous enough to help with getting boots of sacramento or berkeley - both
my husband and i caught picks in sacramento, so maybe one of us could part
with one...  ).

also, i am bummed i did not meet more of the listees - it  sounds like i
was perhaps surrounded by you all at both shows!  also, jumping up to give
my own kudos to sulli and the job she does....  mandy told me that she was
able to get the cookbook to sulli in sacramento when my attempts to get it
to emily from the front row failed, so i went up to sulli while she was
setting up for the berkeley show and thanked her for taking care of passing
on the cookbook - she took a moment to move closer to the edge of the stage
so she could hear me and smiled and said "no problem" and gave me thumbs up
- which i did appreciate.  i can imagine that it does get tiring having us
all bombard her with requests for momentos like picks and set lists when
she is trying to get her job done.

i'm also glad to hear that the folks in front of us in berkeley with the
"happy birthday emily" and "god bless you " signs were listees!  when emily
first saw the poster w/ the "happy birthday" side she said "how sweet -
thank you" then when she saw the other side, nodded her head and said "you
too...".  i was very happy to see her acknowledge their hard work...  it
was really cute!

sorry about the long post - but just wanted to insert my own opinions on
the absolutely terrific weekend!  also - very happy to finally put a face
with the name, mandy - maybe we can hook up again for another adventure!
have a great week all -carrie

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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 13:39:41 edt
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leslie:
<< i should say though, that while we were waiting by the bus and security
came
to tell us it would be a long wait because of emily's party, we thanked her
for informing us, and she said "well you all are so polite, i had to tell
you.", and then someone said "tell them (the girls) that.", and she said "i
think they know."
  >>

oh well that's good... i was afraid she was really mad at us :p i scream for
setlists too and i was standing on a chair too so i'm guilty as the rest of
us :p when i met sulli last year at berkeley after the show she seemed in
fine spirits.. so maybe she was having a bad night.. i just hate to think we
piss her off :(

anyway, it seems everyone on the list was down front after the show! damn, i
always miss meeting everyone :( so i'd definitely love to have a listmeet at
santa cruz if it's possible... (and then maybe you'll all be first on the
list to get a boot of the show ;)

so who wants to meet?? it doesn't need to be early or anything.. it could
even be inside the park cause there's plenty of space and vendors around...
last time i think there was a little section with picnic tables so that might
be a nice place to meet during someone else's set.. i'm not sure what the
line-up is for the rest of the day...

:p lisa

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date:         mon, 24 jul 2000 17:58:22 gmt
reply-to:     traci drago <n_d_go@hotmail.com>
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hey all,

ok, finally my sioux falls show is ready for trade!!!!  i know, i know, it
is about time.  my husband is the technical side, so don't look at me.
anyway, those of you who have already expressed interest, you should get a
private email from me.

those who would like a copy but have not yet expressed interest, please do
so now.  also, i would rather do cd boot trades than just sending blank cdrs
but will do both.  i have no boot collection and would like to start
creating one.  i am also interested in getting a copy of the segment of
"before they were rock stars" that is said to have been on the other night.
well, that's it.  here is the setlist for those of you who never saw it.

trouble
three hits
peace tonight
ozilline
you and me of the 10,000 wars
scooter boys
tangled up in blue
i don't wanna know
cold beer & remote control
shed your skin
closer to fine
romeo & juliet
virginia woolf
gone again
least complicated
go
power of two
get out the map
shame on you
----------------------
philosophy of loss
galileo
----------------------

traci

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*  beneath a quilt somebody's mother made by     *
*  hand with the farmland like a tapestry passed *
*  down through generations and the peach trees  *
*  stitched across the land"                     *
*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*~~~*

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hi, all.  my name's elisanne and i'm obviously new to
this group.  my interested in indigo girls has just
been renewed full force and if i could have my bacon
and eggs in a lovely dark blue indigo i'd probably be
delighted.

i saw amy and emily in boston in june and a couple of
years back in cherokee, nc during the honor the earth
tour.  i'm about to go see 'em in albany  in a couple
of weeks.  in boston i learned some things about
getting things like the ever-coveted set lists and
picks.   and that is that standing way back in the
12th row isn't gonna get 'em.  you've gotta go up to
the front, join the maddness and start jumping up and
down like a banshidhe.  given that i really, really
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want a set list i figured that's what i'd do when the
stop in albany rolled around.  as for why i want one,
it's not because it's something amy and emily have
touched...it's more that it's probably the neatest
momento of that particular couple of hours of your
life.

that was until read the post by sharon which kind of
made sense to me. (nice to meet you, by the way and no
flaming here.  i think this is an issue that is good
to be discussed because maybe through our behaviour,
other's can change.)

in a way, i don't know why sulli was annoyed.  yep,
she's got her job to do.  but by now, i'd think she'd
kind of understand that there's always gonna be people
jumping up and down and screaming for a little bit of
amy and emily.  if she really wants to end it, all she
has to do is say "the set list and picks are gonna go
to the ones who are the quietest and politest."
people'd shut up and be still pretty darn fast.  at
least i would.


i don't know what the answer is...there's always gonna
be the ones out there that go toooo far.  personally,
after seeing the backwash my 2 year old niece leaves
in a bottle of water, there's no way i'd ever drink
outta someone else's bottle...not even amy's.  waiting
by the busses...i don't know.  we're all
individuals...we all feel our thoughts are
special...and they are.  i mean, amy has said that the
kids in the south who protested because their schools
stopped their shows helped her to finish "go."  if one
of the kids who protested for the concerts waited by
the busses who are we to say that amy wouldn't want to
talk to them? amy and emily don't have to stop...they
can have security shoo people away.

i'm not saying that people aren't obnoxious, believe
me, i know they can be.  in boston amy seemed to get
tired of people yelling out "galileo" and "closer to
fine" etc.  what's really funny is that anyone who
knows anything about the indigo girls knows that
they've moved "galileo" to their encore and "closer to
fine" to somewhere between middle and end.  and given
the popularity of thse two songs, they wouldn't skip
'em.

i'd be willing to bet that the indigo girls understand
what these things mean to their fans and don't have a
problem with well-behaved fans asking to wait or
looking for a set list or guitar pick.  at least
that's how i'll see it.

respectfully,

elisanne

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hey y'all,

here is a link for a frank stanford page. if the link doesn't make it, the
url is

http://www.fringeware.com/subcult/frank_stanford.html

<a href="http://www.fringeware.com/subcult/frank_stanford.html">click here:
bio: frank stanford</a>

peace,

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i have to give major props to this woman. she is truly amazing. i've been
lucky to catch the indigo girls in action about 5 times and everytime,
it's been sulli in the background (as well as others) making it happen.

just in observation: she knows her stuff, she is professional to the hilt
and she has an engaging personality when appropriate.

how about a sulli fan club? she richly deserves it!
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love sulli!!  fastest guitar switcher person i've ever seen!! (i bet there's
a technical phrase for that - equipment technician maybe - but i do not know
what it is.)

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welcome to you elisanne. nice style : right off the bat you're thougthful
and articulate. always a welcome addition.

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what does sulli look like anyways? is she the gal that was onstage after the
show unhooking stuff and throwing stuff (pics/setlists) to the audience?
just wanna know if i saw her in eugene.

chris m. wilson

> i have to give major props to this woman. she is truly amazing. i've been
> lucky to catch the indigo girls in action about 5 times and everytime,
> it's been sulli in the background (as well as others) making it happen.
>
> just in observation: she knows her stuff, she is professional to the hilt
> and she has an engaging personality when appropriate.
>
> how about a sulli fan club? she richly deserves it!
> -christy
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>what does sulli look like anyways? is she the gal
that was onstage after the show unhooking stuff and
throwing stuff (pics/setlists) to the audience?<


when i saw her up in boston she had blond close
cropped hair with an all business attitude.  she was
not, however, the one who tossed the pics and set list
after the show.

elisanne

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i just think she might have been in bad mood...she was so sweet in asheville (before the show i told her she would be new best friend if i could have the setlist and she made sure to hand it to me after the show) and i've seen people bring in signs asking for setlists and she always made sure they got them...
and i also believe in sharing...the setlist i have have all been scanned in the computer and sent to firends (all but one that sulli hands out is a photocopy anyway) and i have actually given away pics (i mean really...how many can you have???)
back to work! d:)
p.s. i'll join the sulli fan club!!!


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marian sent me a great pic of here and sulli for those of you who are wondering what she looks like.  it is at http://brianclary.com on the ig pics page.  thanks to marian for the pic!

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i have a pair of tickets available for the house of blues concert on friday,
7/28.  i'll be selling them at cost, which i believe comes to $86.07 (or
thereabouts) for the pair, including all taxes and "convenience" charges.
please email me *asap* if you're interested!

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i heard it was a woman.   the whole thing could be an urban legend for all i
know, but i did hear it on this very list right about when the album came
out.  and we don't have any legends on this here list, do we now.... snicker
snicker....


chris ii

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>
>ok so my curiousity has been hit was his lover male or female?.... i was
>just thinking did he walk in on his wife doing another woman and just lose
>it ? i dont know why im wondering i can see how he would be upset either
way
>i was had to ask ....and for those who might be offended by my asking kinda
>bluntly my apologies now but i am to lazy to retype.
>-
>jessica d. k.
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>this song was written about frank stanford, a not so obscure poet, who,
>rumor has it, in a
>fit of rage, shot his wife, his lover, and himself when catching his lover
>in bed with is wives.  three hits to the heart.
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sulli is truly amazing. i watched her break down equiptment, wrap up cords,
pack up stuff in record time. i was quite impressed.

what does she look like? well, she has short blonde hair, sometimes wears
zena shirts or a jacket. the only woman on the stage setting up the equipment
and doing sound checks before ig goes on. she also changes the guitars
between songs. oh, did i mention that she is fine too? hehe:)

xo
kisha

ps: yes, we should have some sort of sulli appreciation day or something!

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in a message dated 7/21/00 8:16:21 pm eastern daylight time, accoats@aol.com
writes:

<< indigo-girls@netspace.org
  >>
i think the moment you are referring to amy says "it's not necessary though"

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just a suggestion about list meets in santa cruz - maybe we should meet
up outside before they open the gates and then get spots on the lawn
together? i for one will be by myself and i'm going to be hesitant to
leave my obnoxious purple blanket if i have a good spot... plus, i want
to be as close as humanly possible! when are people planning on getting
there? it would be fun to try to sit together...

that was a ramble.

in terms of post-concert blues, carrie, i totally hear you. i feel like
i'm barely here today.

the new song is incredible - can't get that out of my head.

and sulli rocks. somehow, though, i don't think she would really
appreciate a fan club, however deserving of it she is. :)

love,
amy

ps - the roll the dice song is on "dusty trails", which is an album
released by josephine wiggs (breeders) and jill cunnif (luscious
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it was originally done by the kostars, and i've never been able to find it
either. but it's just been re-released by dusty trails, who are josephine
wiggs (from the breeders) and vivian trimble (from luscious jackson). and
jill cunniff (from luscious jackson) does vocals on it, so your guess was
right on target.

andrea

>do any of you remember the song "roll the dice" that they opened a lot
>of sst shows with? i heard it in the gap over the weekend. for the past
>two years (almost), i've been trying to figure out who sings the darn
>thing - it sounded like luscious jackson or the breeders, but i can't
>seem to find it on an album or anything... i asked the manager, but he
>had lost the cd case... if you know who did this song originally, and
>even what the real title is, please please please let me know! :)
>
>love,
>amy
>
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sulli definitly deserves the major props.  found this page about her.  (
http://members.tripod.com/~squeekyfromme/sulli.html ) who's is it?

at unh this spring i got her to sign my picture of my man jumping off the
giant jesus, long story.... it was actually my friends katie's idea, but
anyways. she seemed really nice at boston the  saturday show somebody gave
her a boutique of mini red carnations and the band and sulli had them behind
their ears all night long.  sulli definitly deserves some kinda "thanks
ya'll"

well, that's all the rambling for tonight folks

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did anyone else by any chance see the show "opposite sex" tonight??? i turned
on my tv with the intent of channel surfing, when i heard "closer to fine" on
this show. i couldn't believe it at first but, well, it was our girls song on
tv. how cool is that? the only thing that really pissed me off was the fact
that at the end of the show they credited 2 other artists for their songs but
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curious to know if anyone else saw this show and heard the girls...
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yeah the song was in the beginning of the show. missy
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> did anyone else by any chance see the show "opposite sex" tonight??? i
turned
> on my tv with the intent of channel surfing, when i heard "closer to fine"
on
> this show. i couldn't believe it at first but, well, it was our girls song
on
> tv. how cool is that? the only thing that really pissed me off was the
fact
> that at the end of the show they credited 2 other artists for their songs
but
> did not mention the indigo girls. now how much does that suck??? i'm just
> curious to know if anyone else saw this show and heard the girls...
> peace!
> ~alyssa
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man, i almost watched that tonight but instead decided to "surf" the net and
listen to the cd i just got in the mail from daemon today (danielle howle:
live at mikissick museum)  very cool

>  did anyone else by any chance see the show "opposite sex" tonight??? i
turned

>  on my tv with the intent of channel surfing, when i heard "closer to
fine" on

>  this show. i couldn't believe it at first but, well, it was our girls
song on

>  tv. how cool is that? the only thing that really pissed me off was the
fact

>  that at the end of the show they credited 2 other artists for their songs
but

>  did not mention the indigo girls. now how much does that suck??? i'm just

>  curious to know if anyone else saw this show and heard the girls...

>  peace!

>  ~alyssa

>

"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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i sent an email to: indigokat@aol.com about guitar help, but it was returned
to me.  so let me know if there is an alternate email address.  i would like
to help you.
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i came across this today in a kfog radio mailer. kfog is a san francisco
station and they had this little write up about the girls:

kfog :we recently asked inspiring folk-rockers amy ray and emily saliers to
talk about their collaboration.

emily on amy:

"amy drives me to be more driving in my music, and that's a really good
influence. i live and play through her songs. amy is not afraid to change a
song (to) have it be going at one pace for a while and then all of a sudden
change it to a faster pace. she's just very free in that way. her songs are
great. for me, it's like having a whole other musical life that i couldn't
create myself. i have a lot of respect for amy. she has taught me a lot about
politics and activism. she's a very true person, and i look up to her in many
ways. i'm fortunate that i'm in this partnership."

amy on emily:

"emily's songwriting style is really different from mine. i've seen her sit
down and write out a whole song before, right in front of me. what i bring is
a certain amount of "punk ethic" and unbridled approach to things. what she
brings is this ability to tap into every person's sentiment.
    she can come up with one line that sums it up for a lot of people at one
time. i know what that line's going to be. when i hear the song for the first
time, i know the line that everyone is going to sing. it's a very special
craft. she hones her songs. also, emily is such a good guitar player. she
constantly ups the ante, so i'm constantly having to practice just to keep up
with her."

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hi mandy and y'all,

thanks for all the concert reviews, peoples.  i'm really excited to hear
that emily is playing her new song, and hopefully soon, amy will be playing
devotion (or maybe she already has ;d :)

i did a shameful thing, too.  my first ig concert was at a lilith fair with
40,999 other people in attendance, so i was so far away, all i could do was
happily dance with myself from a half a canyon length's away from the stage.

so, when i was at the suffragette sessions in chicago, illinois three months
later, i was fortunate to be in the third row, smackdown center.  amy and
emily were larger than life (well, not really.).  but it seemed that way.

after the second show, i was very anxious to get a pick or a setlist, and
being so near the stage, and other fans were waving their hands around at
the stage crew.  i decided to literally dive onto the stage, do a bellyflop,
grab amy and emily's setlists--then gave amy's to the girl who was standing
to my right, and kept emily's for myself.

i know sulli didn't like that.  but i was so desperate! *laugh*
anyway, let's find out sulli's birthday and give her a gift, too.  i've been
meaning to do that (just give a gift of appreciation for putting up with us
fans) the last two ig concerts, but the thought slips my mind.

anyway, next time anyone talks to sulli (in a non-fan, pleasant
everydaypeople way), try to get her to admit what her day of birth is--the
day, not the year.  and get back to the list (so we can give her the thanks
she deserves--and not just become sub-fans of sulli because we don't know
what else to do with our lives except stalk the indigo girls and drink amy's
waterbottle and backwash--ewww!)

giggling,
diane - you can flame me if you like, but you know, i'm just as obsessed by
being on this list. heehee. :d
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hey all,
        i have a two questions...first, if vesper eversong is still on the list,
could you email me please. i owe you a second cd for a boot trade and no
longer have your mailing address, but the cd is ready to go : )
        second, i recall reading about a video compilation created by a list
member and/or traded on the list of post-watershed ig music videos. other
than closer to fine, i was without television/cable for much of my college
years and the first time i saw any of their other music videos was on the
watershed video. does someone have a copy of this music video compilation
they would be willing to share with me...i could trade something or supply
a blank video tape.
any help would be very much appreciated,
michelle

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> thanks for all the concert reviews, peoples.  i'm really excited to hear
>  that emily is playing her new song, and hopefully soon, amy will be playing
>  devotion (or maybe she already has ;d :)

well, amy *did* play devotion solo at cat's cradle in may at the
daemon recs showcase, for one thing...great energy that night ;)
- pony

"as one day moves into two, i'm losing everything except for you/
i will sing you a song of devotion--yeah, that's what i should do" - amy

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<<  hey y'all!  please send me happy thoughts because right now i am in a post
ig concert funk - i think i am suffering from withdrawals....>>

oh, i do believe i know what you mean. the first couple of times this
happened, i sort of blew it off as my piscean nature. but now, i realize i
definitely *do* go into a  post indigo concert depression/funk/melancholy.
and i still have next weeks show in santa cruz to look forward to.
hearing, being a part of the indigo concert experience, moves me in a
profound and indescribable way. it is just the most incredible feeling, and
the aftermath, the absence of it is disconcerting.

<>>

amen!

<<<<- probably because i was a little frustrated at the sacramento
show...  because of all of the fans around us who kept yelling requests .>>>

after turning and giving not so subtle scowls to the screamee two rows behind
me, i finally half yelled "shutup!"

i just don't understand how *anyone* can not get that it is unbelieveably
rude to scream out like that. no wonder there was little chat with the
audience, they were probably afraid that any pause at all would result in the
screamin'request effect.

<<<emily did not seem to be totally *there* sometimes, maybe she was
just tired - >>>

i definitely noticed this, too. i mentioned to my daughter that i hadn't seen
emily smile once that night. and she looked, i don't know, sort of haggard
and depressed. however, the contrast the following night at berkeley was
incredible. they both seemed so happy and on all night.

  << also, i am bummed i did not meet more of the listees - it  sounds like i
was perhaps surrounded by you all at both shows!>>>

we were in the 3rd row, center at the sacramento show, front row at the greek.

<< i'm also glad to hear that the folks in front of us in berkeley with the
"happy birthday emily" and "god bless you " signs were listees! >>>

yep, that was sarah and i :) we had "happy birthday emily" on one side and
"bless your heart" on the other. and only you other kind ig souls can
understand the wonderful feeling/connection it was to make eye contact and
share a smile and a few mouthed words with her.

i am so thankful for this list, and to be able to share experiences with all
of you.

cheers,
katherine

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hello all-- i am sure most of you have seen this already but if you go to the
news heading on indigogirls.com and click "real networks"you can get the
broadcast from july 14th. happy viewing!! --ashley

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ok.. update on the sac tape.. it fits on 110min tape with the extra 2
spearhead songs. i'm planning to just do b&p's for the tapes since i've got a
stack of boots i still haven't listened to.. so just e-mail me if you're
interested in a copy of one or both. oh - but i do want to trade for any of
the new amy songs, like laramie, or these shows:
8/29/94 mesa az (swamp ophelia), 7/17/97 & 7/18/97 red rocks co (sots),
9/30/97 las vegas (hte).. so if you've got any of those, let me know.

i was hoping we could have the listmeet for santa cruz during the festival
cause i'll be driving up from the l.a. hob show sat morning and i probably
won't make it to aptos till afternoon.. and i forgot about all you folks with
blankets ;) anyway, if i miss the listmeet just look for me.. i've got brown
hair and i'll probably be wearing a black tanktop. i've got a purple lizard
tattooed on my ankle and a green egyptian cat tattooed on my shoulder blade..
so you can't miss me :) and yeah.. i'll probably be the one trying to muscle
in on your blanket space...

:p
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oooo . . . she's a xenite!  *perks up*  wonder if she's gotten a&e hooked on
the show, if they weren't into it already?  <g>  (yes, i can be the
proselytizing sort.)  maybe that explains the funky look she gave me as i
stood out by the wiltern theater's loading dock last november, wearing one
of my xena t-shirts, in the (vain) hopes of meeting amy and emily . . .

or maybe it's just past my bedtime and i'm making silly assumptions . . .

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> i came across this today in a kfog radio mailer.
kfog is a san francisco station and they had this
little write up about the girls:

kfog :we recently asked inspiring folk-rockers amy
ray and emily saliers to talk about their
collaboration.>


these snippets are actually from the cold beer and
remote control promotional cd.  really interesting to
hear them talk about each other.

elisanne


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let us know...your current one doesn't seem to work.
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hi to everyone,

i'm a new member of this list, i feel so happy to be here with all of you.
i have been a fan of indigo girls for years, and years. i'm writing from
spain, i'm 29, and i discovered indigo's music about ten years ago, by
chance: my younger sister and i were watching tv and suddenly we saw hammer
and a nail video; we began to tape it in the middle of the song, immediately
caught in it.

then a hard searching for their music began here in madrid, where we live, a
searching that was in vain until we found a video concert, live at the
uptown lounge. i remember that i felt in love with welcome me at once, and
yet it is one of my favourite songs. fortunately we have been getting all
their cd through the years and nowadays we're playing come on now social
over and over and over.

and now that i have found this mailing list i'm longing to know about your
opinions and news and everything. as i'm not an english speaker, i have to
recognise my total ignorance about some stuff, and i practically feel
ashamed of asking this: could someone explain me what is a bootleg? just
quickly, to understand finally!

so thank you very much for reading, i feel so happy to be here!

best regards
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> i'm a new member of this list, i feel so happy to be
> here with all of you.


welcome, diana...i'm new here too...what's your
favorite song?  ghost is my favorite emily song and i
love "go", "shame on you" and "blood and fire" by amy.


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hi elisanne and everyone

and of course welcome elisanne, so what are my favourite songs?
well, such a difficult question... i love so many songs...and sometimes it
depends on your mood, i guess.
i have always a special predilection for welcome me (obvious!), dead man's
hill and now for sister.
ghost is another one, since the very beginning... we used to lay that song
in the beginning of a radio programme we did some years ago, in a little
local radio, once a week. and i also love crazy game, and caramia... why are
you dreaming this, one shoe off and a bridge to cross over... perfect.

best regards
diana

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> > i'm a new member of this list, i feel so happy to be
> > here with all of you.
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>welcome, diana...i'm new here too...what's your
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>love "go", "shame on you" and "blood and fire" by amy.
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i have always a special predilection for welcome me (obvious!)
----snip----

a special pred-i-whatsit-tion???  rule #1 - discussions involving big words
(usually more than 3 syllables or just down right tricky) can be moved to
alt-music.indigo-rocket-scientists...  or you can just talk s-l-o-w-e-r and
that's fine too...  errrr... just kidding of course...  8-)

so welcome to the city of angels...
after you get every album, you need some boots!  let me know whatcha got so
far...  and for newbies, my tour dates page (usually) has the up-to-date
tour info including on sale stuff.  so as soon as that hte tour
materializes, there will be work to do!

-mike
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regarding the xena connection, from my front row seat
at asheville :) a xena poster was visible in the back
stage area.  i wonder if it's sulli's?  i've looked
for the poster at the shows i've been to since, but
i've never located it again.
:)carrie


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> oooo . . . she's a xenite!  *perks up*  wonder if
> she's gotten a&e hooked on
> the show, if they weren't into it already?  <g>
> (yes, i can be the
> proselytizing sort.)  maybe that explains the funky
> look she gave me as i
> stood out by the wiltern theater's loading dock last
> november, wearing one
> of my xena t-shirts, in the (vain) hopes of meeting
> amy and emily . . .

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        few quick things. one - if anybody has a single extra ticket to
the *thursday* show they're willing to sell at cost, please email me.
        two - anyone looking to *buy* a pair for the friday show, also at
cost, should drop me a line. first person to email me gets them.
        thanks folks -
        mandy


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

                                amy ray

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*handing mike a bagel and coffee*

welcome to the newest linguist of the bunch (that be you diana). looking
forward to more of your posts!

-christy


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hello all,
my name is brian and i am a 25 year old student in atlanta , ga.  back in
april 1993 (may be 1994, but i think it was 1993)  i went to see an ig show
at the breslin center in east lansing michigan.  i was able to get onstage
and sing "closer to fine' with em and am live in front of about 16,000
people.  i met some guy at the show the next night at the fox theater in
detroit, mi and he said that he had a copy of the show and would send me a
copy.  but as fate would have it he never sent anything.  i have decided to
use the net and this list as a tool to hopefully aquire a recording of this
show.  if anyone had a copy that would be great.  or if you know who i should
contact or where i could get a copy that would be exceptional.  thanks a lot
in advance.


brian

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brian--

how in the heck did you end up getting on stage?!  do tell... :)

pam
on tue, 25 jul 2000 12:12:47 edt "<brian clune>" <qua86@aol.com> wrote:

> hello all,
> my name is brian and i am a 25 year old student in atlanta , ga.  back in
> april 1993 (may be 1994, but i think it was 1993)  i went to see an ig show
> at the breslin center in east lansing michigan.  i was able to get onstage
> and sing "closer to fine' with em and am live in front of about 16,000
> people.  i met some guy at the show the next night at the fox theater in
> detroit, mi and he said that he had a copy of the show and would send me a
> copy.  but as fate would have it he never sent anything.  i have decided to
> use the net and this list as a tool to hopefully aquire a recording of this
> show.  if anyone had a copy that would be great.  or if you know who i should
> contact or where i could get a copy that would be exceptional.  thanks a lot
> in advance.
>
>
> brian
>
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brian--

how in the heck did you end up getting on stage?!  do tell... :)

well, it is actually kind of a long story.  but one i do enjoy telling, so
i'll share it with y'all.  i was a sophomore at the university of michigan in
ann arbor.  i was sitting down to do a final paper that i had due the next
day.  the phone rings and it is a buddy of mine reminding me that we have tix
that night for a show at breslin in east lansing mi.  so i decide to blow off
my final and go to the show anyway (i mean a computer of the girls... you
tell me) so me an d a buddy get in the car and go to east lansing.  we
proceeded to have quite a few beers and get ready to go to the show.  when we
get there...  i kid you not, we are in the last row of the arena.  back to
the wall/ceiling.  i said no way. i am not blowing off a final, to see the
girls from the last row.  so me and my 3 friends snuck our way past various
security guards and ended up in the second row.
the girls were in a good mood that night and taking many requests from the
front couple rows.  so i decided to begin coordinating my friends and i and
many of the people around us.  between songs i would stand on my chair and
yell "1,2,3... (insert kid fears, prince of darkness... whatever we chose)
and they would play that.  so i was having a little fun eye contact with both
em and am.  so i was stoked.  having seen the girls 4 times before this i
knew they always closed with 'closer'  (or at least they did back then at all
the shows i went to)  and its not like there is much security, maybe 3
bouncers for the entire front row.  so when closer came on i leapt on stage.
my friend tried to follow me, but he got grabbed. so now i am on stage. i
guess i looked harmless, i had a tie dyed shirt and dutch boy long hair, so i
didn't look dangerous or anything. not knowing what to do at this point, i
instinctively ran up to the microphone and started singing with amy and much
to my surprise she smiled at me.  for the next 4.5 minutes i sang on both the
girls microphone and danced with them during solos (as much as you can dance
with someone playing a guitar)  so after the song was over, security then
came and took me up through the isles and i was getting mobbed by fans, and i
was a little cult hero for the night.   and i would love to have a tape of
that if i could.

addendum.  i went home and wrote the paper.  no sleep.  was about to go turn
it in and i get  a phone call  from an old friend.  they said that they heard
what happened to me and in fact had an extra ticket to the girls show that
night at the fox theater front row.  so i went back and saw them again. the
opening band ( whose name i forget.  i think they sang a song called
wolverine that was pretty cool)   recognized me and shook my hand,  amy and
em said hi, and i was cult hero againfor the ig heads who all were the same
from the night before.  that is where the one guy told me that he had a
bootleg of the show. i gave him my address and never heard from him again.
:(   but obviously i would love to get a copy of that show, so if anyone has
any help to offer that would be great.

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incredible, brian.  just incredible.  will ya take me
next time? <grin>

elisanne, who's jealous as hell.

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over on the richard shindell list, they're discussing selling out and
getting some modest success.  (a discussion repeated on many a list, i'm
sure.)  anyway, someone invoked ig, and kerry bernard, the liason to the
richard list from young/hunter, responded with the following.

kelly

ps--to those i owe stuff to: they're coming!

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date: tue, 25 jul 2000 15:24:14 -0400
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subject: [rs] to sell out or not to sell out - what a stupid question.

>i have heard more "sellout" comments
>about chapin than tracy.  i certainly was not saying tracy is the only one.
>what about emily and amy?

first off, i don't think any of the aforementioned women "sold out" -
people seem to think that making money doing what you're good at and what
you love equals selling out, which is just plain stupid.  to me, you sell
out when you compromise your artistic integrity to make money - none of
those women have done that.  they're all exceptionally talented musicians
who worked their buns off to get where they are.  if they're making money
at it (after what i'm sure was a good long time making nothing), more power
to them.

on a semi-related (and bizarrely well-timed) note, i have to share a truly
hilarious moment from this morning... deciding to be ms. organization, my
"other" boss (ie. the one you guys probably don't know as well as charlie),
carol young, was sitting on her floor, digging through piles and piles of
old paperwork (some from her days working at the iron horse in the 80's).
she let out a howl of laughter when she came upon 2 things.  scurrying into
my office, she said, "you have to read this" and, covering up the
signature, showed me a neatly hand-written letter, on yellow legal paper,
from someone saying something along the lines of, "i've just finished
college, i play acoustic guitar, i'm just getting into the music business,
and i'm interested in opening for someone at the iron horse..."  she then
moved her hand so i could see the signature.  "sincerely, tracy chapman."

the other was also a hand-written note along with a little press kit (and
some bad photos), circa 1987, that said, "we are an all-original acoustic
duo from atlanta.  we are playing in new york on the 3rd of december and
will be in boston on the 4th/5th.  we would love to play a show or do an
opening either day.  i hope you can help us.  thanks - amy ray."  and under
amy's signature is her home phone number.  ha!

they all had to start somewhere, eh?

kerry :)

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the other was also a hand-written note along with a little press kit (and
some bad photos), circa 1987, that said, "we are an all-original acoustic
duo from atlanta.  we are playing in new york on the 3rd of december and
will be in boston on the 4th/5th.  we would love to play a show or do an
opening either day.  i hope you can help us.  thanks - amy ray."  and under
amy's signature is her home phone number.  ha!
----snip----

anyone else check this out too?  (you know you're obsessed when...)  well
here's the 12/3/90 show they were referring to below, although they didn't
make it to ma until the 8th.  they probably got an offer to stay in ny for
the 4th and then to also play at ithaca/cornell shortly thereafter...  or
more accurately, i have no idea what they were doing...  i was worried about
regents & my dirt bike at that point (before my stage of enlightenment:
a+e=ig in 1992 of course ;)

12/2/1990: wnew - new york, new york
12/3/1990: the beacon theater - new york, new york
12/4/1990: the beacon theater - new york, new york
12/6/1990: baily hall - ithica, new york
12/7/1990: baily hall - ithica, new york
12/8/1990: smith college - northampton, massachusetts

8-)

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<<the other was also a hand-written note along with a little
press kit... circa 1987, that said, "we are an all-original
acoustic duo from atlanta....

>well here's the 12/3/90 show they were referring to below...>>

wait, something's wrong here. didn't they like, have a grammy by
then??

said neil, in his best slackeramerican voice...

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for immediate release   contact:         david m. smith
tuesday july 25, 2000   phone:   (202) 216-1547

pager:         (800) 386-5996

richard b. cheney - his record on gay/aids issues


january 27, 1993

in an interview with cnn, richard b. cheney said he opposed president
clinton's effort to lift the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the
military. cheney told larry king: "i am one of those people who believes
that people's sexual preference and orientation are a private matter. it's
something that is a personal matter for them, and no one else's business.
and that's the way i ran the civilian side of the pentagon... on the
military side, though, you can't pursue that policy."

and later in the interview, cheney said: "i basically don't believe in
discrimination, but i did conclude, as secretary of defense, that the ban on
gays in uniform was appropriate."

aug. 5, 1991

as u.s. secretary of defense, cheney supported pete williams, the
department's chief spokesman, when the advocate magazine revealed his
homosexuality. "i have operated on the basis over the years with respect to
my personal staff that i don't ask them about their private lives," said
cheney. "as long as they perform their professional responsibilities in a
responsible manner, their private lives are their business." (the associated
press, 8/5/91)

july 31, 1991

as defense secretary, cheney appeared to question the validity of the ban on
gays and lesbians serving openly in the military by referring to the policy
as an "old chestnut" that he inherited. but he gave no indication that he
planned to reverse the policy. cheney maintained that the ban "applies
specifically to the military, not civilians. it's a policy i inherited."
(the associated press, 8/5/91)

may 18, 1988

hate crimes statistics act of 1988
as a member of the u.s. house of representatives, cheney, r-wyo, voted
against the hate crimes statistics act and supported a hostile ammendment
that added needless anti-gay rehtoric to the bill. the bill passed in the
house 383 to 29 (with 19 not voting).


sept. 23, 1988

aids federal policy act of 1988
in the house, cheney voted against the aids federal policy act of 1988, the
first major federal bill to provide funding for hiv/aids counseling and
testing. the bill passed 367 to13 in the house (with 51 not voting). several
ultra conservatives voted for this bill, including: reps. tom delay,
r-texas; dick armey, r-texas; mike dewine, r-ohio; john kasich, r-ohio; fred
upton, r-mich.; william thomas, r-calif.; susan molinari, r-n.y., lamar
smith, r-texas; bill archer, r-texas and michael bilirakis, r-fla. cheney
joined reps. newt gingrich, r-ga.; william dannemeyer, r-calif.; and bob
dornan, r-calif., in opposing the much-needed bill.


mandatory hiv/aids testing of prison inmates
cheney also voted against an amendment in the house that would restrict
hiv/aids testing in prisons to only those inmates convicted of prostitution
or a crime related to sexual assault, iv drug use and who posed a direct
threat of infection to others within the state penal system. the measure,
proposed by rep. ike skelton, d-mo., passed in a 266-137 vote.

june 15, 1988

hiv/aids research funding cuts
cheney voted for an amendment put forward by rep. william dannemeyer,
r-calif., to cut $100,000 in hiv/aids research funding. the amendment failed
37 to 369, with 25 members not voting.

july 24, 1986

d.c. hiv/aids insurance bill
cheney voted for an amendment, also sponsored by dannemeyer, to overturn a
washington, d.c., hiv/aids insurance bill. the amendment would have
prohibited the d.c. government from spending money to enforce the city's
recently enacted hiv/ aids insurance bill.  dannemeyer's move failed
241-173, with 16 members not voting.

1980-1981

cheney repeatedly supported the mcdonald amendment to legal services bill,
which sought to prohibit the "promotion" of homosexuality within the legal
services department.  this bill is one of the first types of "no promo homo"
bills to have ever been widely debated. (the gay rights national lobby
report)

1979-1980

the gay rights national lobby released a voting study for the 96th congress
showing that cheney received low marks from the american civil liberties
union (13) and the national women's political caucus pc (0). the
conservative christian voice, however, gave the wyoming congressman an
approval rating of 100.

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on tue, 25 july 2000, indigokat@aol.com wrote:
he also voted against the clean water act and endangered species act...nice guy!! d:(
>
> for immediate release   contact:         david m. smith
> tuesday july 25, 2000   phone:   (202) 216-1547
>
> pager:         (800) 386-5996
>
> richard b. cheney - his record on gay/aids issues
>
>
> january 27, 1993
>
> in an interview with cnn, richard b. cheney said he opposed president
> clinton's effort to lift the ban on gays and lesbians serving openly in the
> military. cheney told larry king: "i am one of those people who believes
> that people's sexual preference and orientation are a private matter. it's
> something that is a personal matter for them, and no one else's business.
> and that's the way i ran the civilian side of the pentagon... on the
> military side, though, you can't pursue that policy."
>
> and later in the interview, cheney said: "i basically don't believe in
> discrimination, but i did conclude, as secretary of defense, that the ban on
> gays in uniform was appropriate."
>
> aug. 5, 1991
>
> as u.s. secretary of defense, cheney supported pete williams, the
> department's chief spokesman, when the advocate magazine revealed his
> homosexuality. "i have operated on the basis over the years with respect to
> my personal staff that i don't ask them about their private lives," said
> cheney. "as long as they perform their professional responsibilities in a
> responsible manner, their private lives are their business." (the associated
> press, 8/5/91)
>
> july 31, 1991
>
> as defense secretary, cheney appeared to question the validity of the ban on
> gays and lesbians serving openly in the military by referring to the policy
> as an "old chestnut" that he inherited. but he gave no indication that he
> planned to reverse the policy. cheney maintained that the ban "applies
> specifically to the military, not civilians. it's a policy i inherited."
> (the associated press, 8/5/91)
>
> may 18, 1988
>
> hate crimes statistics act of 1988
> as a member of the u.s. house of representatives, cheney, r-wyo, voted
> against the hate crimes statistics act and supported a hostile ammendment
> that added needless anti-gay rehtoric to the bill. the bill passed in the
> house 383 to 29 (with 19 not voting).
>
>
> sept. 23, 1988
>
> aids federal policy act of 1988
> in the house, cheney voted against the aids federal policy act of 1988, the
> first major federal bill to provide funding for hiv/aids counseling and
> testing. the bill passed 367 to13 in the house (with 51 not voting). several
> ultra conservatives voted for this bill, including: reps. tom delay,
> r-texas; dick armey, r-texas; mike dewine, r-ohio; john kasich, r-ohio; fred
> upton, r-mich.; william thomas, r-calif.; susan molinari, r-n.y., lamar
> smith, r-texas; bill archer, r-texas and michael bilirakis, r-fla. cheney
> joined reps. newt gingrich, r-ga.; william dannemeyer, r-calif.; and bob
> dornan, r-calif., in opposing the much-needed bill.
>
>
> mandatory hiv/aids testing of prison inmates
> cheney also voted against an amendment in the house that would restrict
> hiv/aids testing in prisons to only those inmates convicted of prostitution
> or a crime related to sexual assault, iv drug use and who posed a direct
> threat of infection to others within the state penal system. the measure,
> proposed by rep. ike skelton, d-mo., passed in a 266-137 vote.
>
> june 15, 1988
>
> hiv/aids research funding cuts
> cheney voted for an amendment put forward by rep. william dannemeyer,
> r-calif., to cut $100,000 in hiv/aids research funding. the amendment failed
> 37 to 369, with 25 members not voting.
>
> july 24, 1986
>
> d.c. hiv/aids insurance bill
> cheney voted for an amendment, also sponsored by dannemeyer, to overturn a
> washington, d.c., hiv/aids insurance bill. the amendment would have
> prohibited the d.c. government from spending money to enforce the city's
> recently enacted hiv/ aids insurance bill.  dannemeyer's move failed
> 241-173, with 16 members not voting.
>
> 1980-1981
>
> cheney repeatedly supported the mcdonald amendment to legal services bill,
> which sought to prohibit the "promotion" of homosexuality within the legal
> services department.  this bill is one of the first types of "no promo homo"
> bills to have ever been widely debated. (the gay rights national lobby
> report)
>
> 1979-1980
>
> the gay rights national lobby released a voting study for the 96th congress
> showing that cheney received low marks from the american civil liberties
> union (13) and the national women's political caucus pc (0). the
> conservative christian voice, however, gave the wyoming congressman an
> approval rating of 100.
>
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i don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but the indigo girls are on
the cover of the july 14 issue of lavender magazine.  you can check out
the article and a few pictures at
http://www.lavendermagazine.com/index.html

i don't have the slightest idea where to find a copy of this
magazine...i just saw it on ebay and then found their webpage.

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date:         tue, 25 jul 2000 19:13:55 -0400
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              nyc & philly listees - blatant self promotion & the ever lovely
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hey all - long time no post - i just got back from the falcon ridge folk
festival, which was enormously fun, and was reminded that i had promised
some people on this list that i would occasionally post my itinerary.
so if anybody is in albany, there are two shows i'm doing there this week,
with my friend eliot bronson (ttp://www.electrobus.com/eliot), and both are
free so that you can save up to see ig next week!  i have no friends/fans of
any sort in albany, so if anybody is willing to come check us out at this
free show it would be great to have the support!

thursday, july 27 8 pm albany, ny mother earth's cafe 217 western ave.
518-434-0944.
friday july 28 8 pm albany, ny borders books & music 59 wolf rd. (518)
482-5800

saturday night july 29 i am likely doing a house concert in manhattan.
e-mail me for more details if you're interested.

wednesday august 16, 8:30 pm philadelphia, pa at the  tin angel acoustic
cafe, 20 south second street 215-928-0978  opening for sonia rutstein (of
disappear fear).

thanks, and now back to your regularly scheduled programming,
sarah pinsker
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date:         tue, 25 jul 2000 19:42:54 edt
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hey listfolk,

is anyone headed to the michigan women's music festival this year?  my former
plans didn't quite work out, so i'm looking for a traveling buddy and space
in a tent.  i have a car and am willing to drive within a few hours from home
(south jersey/ philly area) to pick folks up.  i figured i'd ask y'all before
posting to the ride board on the michfest site, just because i love listees
so much.  :-)  if you think we can work something out, send me an e-mail at
ssmulyan@smith.edu.

-shana

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date:         tue, 25 jul 2000 23:58:26 gmt
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when i got to go back stage at the december st. louis concert there were
stickers of both xena and wonder woman on the equipment boxes!!

traci


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hi folks,

it's wonderful so many new people have found their way to the list!
welcome!

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indigo girls.
please continue nigc conversations via private email or other forums.

also, please remember to cut out all unnecessary text when replying.
this will help to cut down on traffic through the listserv.

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does anybody have a boot of this show?  it holds special meaning to me =
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what great shows they both were!!

thanks

sarah

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hey-- on the webcast, emily mentioned that the ig would be "hosting" a
benefit about some enviornmental issues in atlanta on october 28-- does
anyone have info on this or maybe where i might look to find some?
thanks--ashley

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<<just a suggestion about list meets in santa cruz - maybe we should meet
up outside before they open the gates and then get spots on the lawn
together? i for one will be by myself and i'm going to be hesitant to
leave my obnoxious purple blanket if i have a good spot... plus, i want
to be as close as humanly possible! when are people planning on getting
there? it would be fun to try to sit together...>>

that's a grand idea!
maybe as someone (lisa?) suggested, we could meet inside somewhere, because
god knows we'll have plenty of time between 11am when the gates open, and
5pm when the girls start playing.
although i used to live in santa cruz, i've never been to the fat fry nor
the aptos village park, so i can't suggest any landmarks to meet at.  maybe
someone else can?
anyway, i'm probably going to get there around 10am to hopefully stake out a
good spot for my blanket.
lessee, i'll probably be wearing my 1997 ig cap (the navy blue one with the
daisy on the front amongst "indigo girls"), and i'll have a maroon backpack
with a pink breast cancer ribbon on it, and what else...i'm 5'8" and i have
chin-length brown hair.  so if you find me, say hi!

and yes, this weekend, i'm definitely going to keep any freaky fan
tendencies i may have in check. ;)  seeing them up close and shaking their
hand does something to me to remind me that they are not only humans
deserving of respect like any other human, but they are also strangers who
we have no business imposing ourselves on.  i like to remind myself of that
every once in a while, and ironically, there is no better reminder than
coming face to face with them.  i don't know what my point is really...i
just wanted to say that i will be well behaved in santa cruz. :)

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does anyone know how to get a copy of this mag?  please let us know - i
don't want to have to pay $11.50 on ebay!!!

joey

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> i don't know if this has been mentioned yet, but the indigo girls are on
> the cover of the july 14 issue of lavender magazine.  you can check out
> the article and a few pictures at
> http://www.lavendermagazine.com/index.html
>
> i don't have the slightest idea where to find a copy of this
> magazine...i just saw it on ebay and then found their webpage.
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i think she gets off on our after show antics. just look at how she
plays us... comes out, works a little, throws some picks, the frenzy
builds...
tosses a set list or two, more picks and so forth. in seattle she was
looking at us, smiling and shaking her head because there were so many
people wanting stuff and she didn't appear to want to choose.

if i had her job (one can dream...)and was annoyed with the whole
spectacle i would just get it over with and then tell everyone "the
stuff's all gone -- get lost".

do you notice how if she does talk to someone she stops what she is
doing and gives her full attention? a class act, our sulli

paulal

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hey.. i was surfing on the richard shindell website (since i recently bought
somewhere near patterson and can't get it out of my cd player..) and stumbled
across this.. it's an explanation written by richard's manager on why he
signed with signature sounds, and it explains the math behind the major
labels.. it's kind of like the courtney love article but not as long and just
as informative. here's the link (and check out richard in a city near you :)
http://www.richardshindell.com/charlie.html

lisa :)

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sorry for the nigc.

ends up we had to fire a couple employees we caught stealing from us so now
we have no one to help us work the booth. so i am offering free admission
for the day you work, and shifts are only going to be roughtly 5 hours long
so you'd have plenty of time to have fun. if interested, please email me and
not the list. oh, and of course, you'd get a little pocket money too.

and since we are going to be at womad, i cannot use my kd lang / sting tix
so they are up for grabs. i will sell them for $35 each (i have 2 left and
they are in the ga section) which is significantly lower than face value.

so if you are in the seattle area and are interested in either of these,
email me.

ryan
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buspictures page.

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hkf's,

hopefully this sort of nigc won't go one 4-ever, but i had a thought
yesterday about sulli that i forgot to post - so here it is.  sulli doesn't
really get all that great feedback from the crowd like the girls do - she
only is doing her job and gets sometimes a little rude treatment as she is
trying to clean up after the show.  so if we like to give a & e gifts on
there b-day's and such, how about we give sulli a gift on her birthday - or
maybe just at any show to show our appreciation for her and to show her that
she's not just there to fetch us stuff after the concert.

anyway, that's my thought, and my only follow-up question would be when is
sulli's b-day and what interests does she have (ie., like emily & recipes)
so we can get her something she likes?

that's it - thanks for listening this hump-day-morning...
a+e=ig

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lavender is a free glbt magazine available in the
upper midwest.  i live in minnesota and have gotten
copies of it before, but of course i am unable to find
this particular issue.  i usually find it at a women's
clinic my partner volunteers at, but they moved, and
it seems that lavender hasn't caught up with them yet.


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hey everybody:

i'm so glad everybody is sharing about their post ig show blues.  i was
beginning
to think there was something wrong with me.  i get em really baaaaaaad!

a couple of examples:

atlanta

the first time there - the girls home town - emotional!  i went to both shows,
ate
at watershed twice, met some really nice listees and some non-listees as well.
had a great time -- both shows were awesome.  when the time came to get on
the plane, i tried to think of happy things, like going back to my husband,
christmas
coming the following week, anything!  suddenly, i felt my eyes well up and i
knew the
tears were coming so i ran in the bathroom, sat on the seat and just bawled for
at least
15 minutes.

unh/colby

these were 2 shows that fell right before easter.  so, i thought, what i nice
idea it
would be to make up a little goodie package for the girls to enjoy.  so i went
out
bought 2 really cute easter gift bags with bunnies on them, baked cookies and
put
them in little heart shaped bunny tins (this was the theme), bought godiva
chocolates,
assorted teabags from starbucks and jellie bellies.  i wanted to do it just
because.
i made a little sign which said "i have an easter treat for you" and brought it
with me.
when i got there, i realized that the seats were stadium-style--you couldn't
just walk
up, you had to go around.  so, i politely went to security to ask them what to
do?
they took the bags from me and said they weren't allowing anyone to bring up
gifts.
and that was it--there they sat.  at the end of the show, mike and dennis
suggested
that i keep the bags and wait until tomorrow - colby.  well, it was too
late--they were
gone.  but mike told sully about it and she looked concerned and said she would
make
sure they got them. the next night, sure enough, i saw emily coming out to the
bus
after the show.  my shirt that i was hoping to get autographed was locked in the
trunk
and i found myself just standing about 75 feet away in the rain watching
everyone else
go up to her.  i wanted to ask her if she got my bags but i couldn't.  needless
to say, i
didn't sleep well that night.

so, carrie, i feel your pain.  i've done it before and i'll probably do it
again.  all i can say
is that you should be so proud of yourself for what you did.  you gave emily a
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special
gift from your heart and you did it on behalf of all us which is a wonderful
thing.

oh well, i could go on (fleetboston was another killer), but i have to get back
to work.

next stop -- albany (elisanne - welcome to the list - email me privately)

take care

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it's been a long time since i saw "boys don't cry." is there anyone out
there who can tell me (off list) who, besides brandon teena, was killed in
the movie? i'm pretty sure that the friend who housed bt was killed, were
there any others?

thanks so much,
robbin

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speaking of richard shindel... was anyone else at the falcon ridge folk
festival last weekend? or clearwater last month for that matter? i know
they are too small for ig to show up but it might be fun to have a list
meet next year if for nothing else to play/sing ig songs around the old
camp lantern...
jack

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date:         wed, 26 jul 2000 10:02:24 +0000
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<<it's an explanation written by richard's manager on why he
signed with signature sounds, and it explains the math behind
the major labels.. it's kind of like the courtney love article
but not as long and just as informative.>>

i think i've mentioned this before, but here's an excellent
explanation (with examples) by steve albini about how an artist
can sell 250,000 records, make the music industry $3,000,000
richer, and still end up in the hole:

http://www.negativland.com/albini.html

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date:         wed, 26 jul 2000 09:28:46 -0500
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sorry to waste space with an nigc, but i thought this was kind of
interesting.  so i figured a few of you out there would agree with me.

> http://dailynews.yahoo.com/h/eo/20000725/en/dr_laura_help_me__6.html

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in the movie, only one other person was killed - a character based on lisa
lambert - the girl in the movie was given a different name, a fairly common
tinseltown practice to avoid paying residuals - the third person killed, an
afican-american double amputee named philip devine, who had been dating lana
tisdel's sister, leslie, wasn't depicted in the movie version at all.....

btw, brandon never referred to himself as 'brandon teena' - that name is
essentially a media creation created in the aftermath of the tragedy.

those interested in the real story should read 'all she wanted' by aphrodite
jones or rent the documentary, the brandon teena story - the reality of
tragedy of brandon's life goes much deeper than could be shown within the
scope of a 2-hour movie....

peace,
tim

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> it's been a long time since i saw "boys don't cry." is there anyone out
> there who can tell me (off list) who, besides brandon teena, was killed in
> the movie? i'm pretty sure that the friend who housed bt was killed, were
> there any others?
>
> thanks so much,
> robbin

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i've never done this before, so it probably won't  be complete..
anyway
this was the 10th time i have seen ig, all in southern california.  this was
the first time i remember seeing them do cedar tree. it was a privelege.
maybe it was just where i was sitting, but it seemed to me that this audience
was the worst one i have seen.  a large number of them didn't give mrs. fun
even polite applause.  even if i don't particularly care for an opening act,
i know how difficult it can be to be the opener, so i at least will give
polite applause.
i arrived at humphrey's at about 330 in the afternoon, and walked around.
this is the smallest venue at which i have seen a major label act.  that part
was wonderful.
i was walking past the hotel lobby entrance, and almost ran right into(and
almost knocked over)  emily!  she was talking on her cel phone, and had to
swerve to avoid me.  (sorry emily!)  i didn't have time to notice who she was
until i distinctly heard her say "that's amy" into her cell phone as she was
walking briskly into the lobby.
the setlist(probably incomplete, i don't have the best memory):
go
trouble
ozilline
tried to be true
cedar tree
gone again
shed your skin
get out the map
shame on you
midnight train to georgia(with a spearhead singer, and her sister)
closer to fine
least complicated
tangled up in blue(the best version i have heard yet!)
3 hits
peace tonight
faye tucker
emily's new song(i really liked it, i can't wait to get the cd it's on)
soon be to nothing

i think that's it, if i'm missing something, someone fill it in! thanks!
amy was unusually talkative and jokey. wonderful.
--vesper

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> i was walking past the hotel lobby entrance, and
almost ran right into(and almost knocked over)  emily!
she was talking on her  cel phone, and had to
swerve to avoid me.  (sorry emily!)  i didn't have
time to notice who she was until i distinctly heard
her say "that's amy" into her cell phone as she was
walking briskly into the lobby.<

don't you love those moments?  before i was really
into amy and emily a friend and i took a drive to
cherokee, nc to just get away from major civilization
and stupid people who insisted on insulting us.  so,
we drove through the mountains, playing "closer to
fine" on the tape player...me singing harmony as best
as we could.  we get onto the reservation and drive by
the ceremonial grounds.  what do we see?  we see a
hand painted sign that said "free concert,
thursday...whatever the date was.  indigo girls."
whenever you see something like this you get a minor
brain cramp...noting makes sense until things start
moving again and then it's like "oh my god!!!"
luckily, my friend's brain unfroze in time to whip
into the parking lot in order to get a closer look.
sure enough, it was a free concert that night
featuring the indigo girls.  we got a hotel room for
the night, picked up a couple of mexican blankets, got
lunch and headed over to the concert area.  late
afternoon, i got tired of sitting and went walking
about.  i was heading back to the blankets when i walk
past a dark-haired woman that i vaguely recognized,
along with someone else.  i got about five steps past
her and my  brain (and my mouth) said "amy?"  i
stopped, turned around and saw her looking at me
thinking that this is someone she once knew.  i just
ducked my head and ran.  talk about feeling stupid.
but still, i think that i'll happily hold onto that
moment when amy ray looked at me and no one else.

elisanne


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i found this interview w/ sulli on kristen hall's website a while back.
unfortunately it doesn't say when this interview took place.

http://www.kristenhall.com/articles/mtv.html

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in a message dated 7/26/00 9:48:31 am pacific daylight time,
emmead2000@yahoo.com writes:

> but still, i think that i'll happily hold onto that
>  moment when amy ray looked at me and no one else.
i don't think emily really saw me, she was too busy.  it was ok though,
because when i went to a signing a couple of years ago, they(amy especially)
noticed the razorblade scars on my arms and we had a little chat about it and
how their music has literally kept me alive at times...
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wheww, i finally got through all of that email about my sioux falls boot.
man alive, i never new you could get so much email in a two day span of
time.

anyway, i just wanted to tell you guys that i saw ellen on hbo the other
night.  i was sitting there by myself laughing so hard i could barely stand
it.  she is awesome, i have never seen her standup act, but now i can't wait
to see her live.

that's it
traci

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date:         wed, 26 jul 2000 12:40:18 -0700
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hey gang,

the masses have spoken, and t-shirts are ready to be ordered. the
overwhelming majority voted to have one two-sided shirt option. the
vote for/against including the list address sided with including the
address. however, since the vote was fairly close and since it looked a
little funny on the babydoll tee, i left it off that one.

for those of you with java-script capable browsers, go to:
http://www.indigirl.com/order.html

all the following information, as well as ordering instructions and an
online order form, can be found there.

everyone else, keep reading.

two styles are available -
babydoll tee in large - $11 each. http://www.indigirl.com/baby.html
        this is printed in purple, centered on front of shirt.
standard tee in l - xl - $12 each, xxl - xxxl - $14 each
http://www.indigirl.com/standard.html
        small design on front in black, purple & black design on back

those prices do not include shipping. i used information available from
the us post office to come up with the following shipping chart:

in the us -
$2 for one shirt, $1 for each additional shirt

to canada -
$3 for one shirt, $1 for each additional shirt

international -
$4 for one shirt, $3 for each additional shirt.

if you want to order a shirt and can't use my online form, please email
me the styles and sizes you want, along with your full address. total
up your order and mail a check or money order to:

amy swenson
455 crescent ave. #33
sunnyvale, ca 94087

along with the check, include a copy of your written order. your order
is final as soon as i receive payment. all checks/money orders must be
received by august 15 to be counted in the order.

i will place the order with my printer on august 16. shirts will be
shipped out in september, as soon as they come back from the printer.

any other questions? email me at amy@indigirl.com.

thanks!

--amy

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date:         wed, 26 jul 2000 15:07:38 -0500
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i just wanted to put out, that in focus pointe,
a free paper  for the glbt community in st paul and minneapolis, has
been told that
barnes and nobel are cutting down on the amount of free publications
they take into their store so they can use that space to sell books.

however it is interresting to note that all the free papers that are
still there are those geared towards heterosexuals. barnes and nobel
told focus point that all the barnes and nobel stores are doiing that,
so now if we want to get
a copy of focus point or lavendar,(another free
glbtpaper) we need go someplace else.

of course if we'd like to spend money, we are more than welcome to buy
any of their glbt
magazines in their "lifestyles" section. anyone
interrested in shopping at barnes and nobel?
i didn't think so.

peace
barb

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hey all!

i was hoping you could give me some advice.  1) i understood from my
bro, who purchased the tickets (and if my memory serves me right from
the last time i was there, years ago) that hob is essentially ga,
standing room only.  am i senile, or is that correct?  2) if it *is* ga,
how early should i get there if i want to stand in front for once (the
only person i managed to see from up close is dar williams.  and sonia.
in philly, the only other time i saw the girls, i felt like i may as
well be listening to a live cd, since all i could see were these two
little dots waaaay down below, moving around.  damn it, i want to *see*
emily's fingers move.  y'know?)

and if anyone else is coming to the thursday show (hi jenn!  i'll write
you later tonight, when i know what time i'll be going to stand in line)
drop a line, and maybe we'll all find a way to meet up.  i've never
organized a listmeet, so if anyone else is interested, let's play it by
ear.  just let me know.  i just don't believe there are only two listees
in all of los angeles going tomorrow night (if mandy finds a ticket,
that would make it three)... even if y'all are lurkers, let me know
you'll be there!  i'm not dangerous, i promise!!  ;)

peace,
michal

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by the way, if any of you are concerned about sending payment before
receiving the shirts, feel free to ask around. last time we did shirts,
i organized it and shirts went to about 180 listees with no problems.

i will not cash checks or money orders until i have to pay for the
shirts. last time, that was *after* i mailed them out to y'all.

if anyone has any other questions, please feel free to let me know!
again, the link to the order form is:

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

thanks! :) amy

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i can attest that amy does a wonderful job on the arrangements associated =
with the shirts and deserves a huge thanks...sparkie

loralei riney
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i was kind of hoping and thinking that "kid fears" and all ig songs, in fact,
could mean anything we wanted it/ them to mean.  i always applied "kid fears"
to my life and it made a whole lot of sense.  in other words, look at all
these tough, nearly impossible to deal with problems in my life.  what i
wouldn't give for my "kid fears" such as "pain from pearls" and "skipping
stones."

on another level, the part about the "secret staircase" always made me think
of anne frank.

ok... i'm sorry i'm responding to this so long after it was asked.  b'bye!
-lori

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date:         wed, 26 jul 2000 19:25:20 -0700
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have you thought about using paypal (www.paypal.com) to accept t-shirt
payments?  it's a great service (i use it a lot to do ebay payments),
it's free, and it's basically hassle free.

just a suggestion...

-graham ames

amy swenson wrote:
>
> by the way, if any of you are concerned about sending payment before
> receiving the shirts, feel free to ask around. last time we did shirts,
> i organized it and shirts went to about 180 listees with no problems.
>
> i will not cash checks or money orders until i have to pay for the
> shirts. last time, that was *after* i mailed them out to y'all.
>
> if anyone has any other questions, please feel free to let me know!
> again, the link to the order form is:
>
> http://www.indigirl.com/order.html
>
> thanks! :) amy
>
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a recent thing i picked up on tv is watching shows like "blind date" and "a
dating story".  it's corny and fake(in a sense that being on a first date
with cameras glaring is not my idea of fun), but it's interesting in a
"people-are-so-different" way.

tonight on blind date, this student/frat boy named charles went out with
this gorgeous latina woman ashley who happened to be bisexual.  the date
started out fine, but ended with ashley getting three phone numbers from
these women at a bar, plus charles' phone number, and charles ended up with
zero.  it was so sad, and in the end quote(whoever makes up those things),
"next date i'll take her to see the indigo girls."

jab.  i hate that, and i get so defensive whenever ig gets pigeonholed that
way.  oh well.  we can't help the world, but we can help ourselves.  (i was
also secretly laughing because i detest frat boy types, and seeing ashley
score like that made me cheer, "go ashley!".)

the show was on the upn network at 10:30ish pm tonight est.

stay true to you,
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in a message dated 7/26/00 9:03:15 pm pacific daylight time, arle@hotmail.com
writes:

> "next date i'll take her to see the indigo girls."
>
>  jab.  i hate that, and i get so defensive whenever ig gets pigeonholed that
>  way.
in one respect i feel sorry for those people. they are missing out on a
sublime experience, especially the concerts.
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a while back i mentioned that channel 103.1 in los angeles would be going
off the air and had the possibility of moving to a broadband internet
broadcast format.  well, over 21,000 people signed the petition supporting
the station's move, and to kick off the official launch of
http://www.worldclassrock.com (or http://www.channel1031.com -- that works
too), the station is celebrating with a launch party tomorrow.  this
includes a live webcast of the ig soundcheck at the house of blues, starting
at 6:15 pacific time.  there are also tickets to tomorrow night's show to be
given away during that time.

at present, you have the option of a realplayer or windows media player
webcast, and there's also a java player available, with somewhat lower
quality sound.

who's going to be at the show tomorrow?  i'll be there, dressed in black . .
. the bright pink "hedwig and the angry inch" logo on my t-shirt should be a
dead giveaway.  ;)

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silly time zone differences.  i forgot that it was already thursday in some
places . . .

the webcast is taking place at 6:15 pm, thursday, july 27, on
http://www.worldclassrock.com .

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anybody have the scoop...oct. 22 in morgantown...the creative arts theatre...anybody know what tyhe venue is like??? d:)


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"i was walking past the hotel lobby entrance, and almost ran right into(and
almost knocked over)  emily!  she was talking on her cel phone, and had to
swerve to avoid me.  (sorry emily!)  i didn't have time to notice who she was
until i distinctly heard her say "that's amy" into her cell phone as she was
walking briskly into the lobby."

ah yes!  the hotel experience.  i've had a couple of them.  it's always been a
nice experience to see them close up, but for me a little freaky.
i tend to get a little nervous (no, a lot nervous).  i don't think i could
possibly put into words how much they've effected me through their music, so to
try to tell them face to face -- well let's just say getting the word "hi" out
is an effort for me.

happy thursday
c
(the weather really bites here in boston - can't wait for albany - and it better
not rain)

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it's my suspicion that this show is being hosted by west virginia
university.  there is no specific information on their website yet but their
venue is called "creative arts center theatre", which seems awfully close to
what's listed.  here's some general info:

all events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. some
events listed are subject to change. for more information, contact: charlene
lattea, publicity, room 318b, creative arts center, p.o. box 6111,
morgantown, wv 26506-6111. ph: (304) 293-4841, ext. 3108. fax: 293-2574. for
information about ticketed events, call (304) 293-show.

the website is: http://www.wvu.edu/~ccarts/calendar.htm

this is ms. lattea's email address: clattea@wvnvm.wvnet.edu

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hey everyone!

        just wondering how i could find out when that new "ig:before they
were rock stars" segment is going to be repeated on vh-1...  i know vh-1
always repeats segments over and over, and i didn't get to see it the first
time it aired.  is there some website i can check for broadcast times?

~lisa

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date:         thu, 27 jul 2000 08:49:59 -0700
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subject:      t-shirts - paypal
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there have been enough requests for a pay-online option, so i've
activated my account with paypal to accept shirt payments over the web.
go to www.paypal.com, create an account (it's free, and i think you get
$5 for it), click on send money and follow the instructions.

my email is amy@indigirl.com and my last name is swenson.

if you do this, please also fill out the order form on my site -
www.indigirl.com/order.html, then go to paypal to pay online, or just
mail me your check, cash or money order. i'm keeping track of what
shirts were ordered with a database, so i need all the info in one
place.

thanks! questions? let me know!

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hey ya'll,

after catching dyketv on drexel university's cable channel 54 this past
tuesday night, there followed a program concerning the efforts of protestors
to close the school of the americas (soa)located at fort benning, georgia.
this infamous military school has been nicknamed "the school of the
assasins" and rightly so.  the majority of atrocities commited in latin
america have been at the hands of soa graduates including the rape and
murder of the three nums and health worker back in the 80's as well as the
massacre of several jesuit priests and their housekeeper (as well as her
daughter) several years ago.  these animals have been linked to the murder
of entire villages, some as large as 900 people!  anyways, at this huge
protest several speakers got up, including martin sheen, and urge the crowd
on and lo and behold, who should pop up but our own amy ray.  i don't know
if she actually spoke first but the video footage showed her performing the
acoustic version of "go".  it really seemed to get the folks fired up.
that's it...very cool that she's involved in this since it's our tax money
that is funding this school.  the kennedys have tried for years to pass
legislation to close this terrible place done and have come within 40 votes
of doing so but still have yet to suceed.  the whole documentary was
narrated by susan sarrandon...

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wait?!  are there new tour dates???  i checked lifeblood and the official ig
page, but couldn't find anything.

thanks!

:-) karen

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> "next date i'll take her to see the indigo girls,"
>
> jab.  i hate that, and i get so defensive whenever ig gets pigeonholed that
>  way.

c'mon boys and girls that was humor.  after 'striking out" (hate to admit it
but i saw the program too) the cheesy frat guy in his thought bubble as to
why he failed thinks "next time i 'll take her to see the indigo girls"  as
in that is the way that this guy was envisioning what he could do better next
time to have a good time with a bisexual.  and plus, at least in atlanta that
show is on the wb so any ig reference is good publicity for the next
generation.

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on thu, 27 july 2000, indigokare@aol.com wrote:

> pollstar.com is the way to go...you can sign up for autonotify and you automatically get an e-mail whenever that artist/venue changes their dates!!! d:)


> wait?!  are there new tour dates???  i checked lifeblood and the official ig
> page, but couldn't find anything.
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> thanks!
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> :-) karen
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> (the weather really bites here in boston - can't
wait for albany - and it better not rain)<


rain...albany...it wouldn't...no...it wouldn't...gotta
go check out the forecast!!!

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hi all.  this is my first post.  i've been reading (via the digest) all of your messages for about 2 months now.  my sister in-law (hi carrie) turned me on to the list.  it's been a lot of fun getting to know you all through the messages.

anyway, not to take up a lot of your time...i just wanted to introduce myself.  my name is amy kaspari.  i'm 30 years old.  i live in elk grove, ca which is about 20 miles south of downtown sacramento.  i've been a die hard indigo fan since 1989 when i first saw the closer to fine video (was it 1989?)  anyway, i always thought i was the only one who lived and breathed indigo girls.  i've seen them in concert 12 times during the last 11 years, so i knew they had a good following...but i never realized how devoted their fans really were until i subscribed to this list.

it's so cool when you feel so strongly about something, and then realize you share that passion with so many other people!  like the post concert blues....i've been having those for the past 10 years!

well, enough of your time has been spent reading this.  the reason for the title of this message is that i've been reading all of the set lists from the past 2 months worth of concerts.  i was getting so excited since it seemed like they were playing tuib pretty consistently.  sacramento and berkeley came and went...no tuib.  i was a little disappointed.  i've seen them play it once before, but it's my absolutely favorite song (which i feel kinda guilty about since they didn't write it).  then i see they played it in san diego, which i believe was their next concert after berkeley!  ouch!  anyway,  i know everyone already posted about these two shows, so i won't go into them.  they were great, they always are.  i just wanted to let you know how envious i am!

thanks for listening. and it's nice to meet you all.

amy

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topics of the day:

  1. san diego show review 7/25/2000 (3)
  2. an interview w/ sulli
  3. a little nigc
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  5. nigc barnes&nobel discriminates
  6. help: thursday la hob show
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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 12:06:20 edt
from:    vesper evensong <emilyraliers@aol.com>
subject: san diego show review 7/25/2000

i've never done this before, so it probably won't  be complete..
anyway
this was the 10th time i have seen ig, all in southern california.  this was
the first time i remember seeing them do cedar tree. it was a privelege.
maybe it was just where i was sitting, but it seemed to me that this audience
was the worst one i have seen.  a large number of them didn't give mrs. fun
even polite applause.  even if i don't particularly care for an opening act,
i know how difficult it can be to be the opener, so i at least will give
polite applause.
i arrived at humphrey's at about 330 in the afternoon, and walked around.
this is the smallest venue at which i have seen a major label act.  that part
was wonderful.
i was walking past the hotel lobby entrance, and almost ran right into(and
almost knocked over)  emily!  she was talking on her cel phone, and had to
swerve to avoid me.  (sorry emily!)  i didn't have time to notice who she was
until i distinctly heard her say "that's amy" into her cell phone as she was
walking briskly into the lobby.
the setlist(probably incomplete, i don't have the best memory):
go
trouble
ozilline
tried to be true
cedar tree
gone again
shed your skin
get out the map
shame on you
midnight train to georgia(with a spearhead singer, and her sister)
closer to fine
least complicated
tangled up in blue(the best version i have heard yet!)
3 hits
peace tonight
faye tucker
emily's new song(i really liked it, i can't wait to get the cd it's on)
soon be to nothing

i think that's it, if i'm missing something, someone fill it in! thanks!
amy was unusually talkative and jokey. wonderful.
--vesper

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 09:46:29 -0700
from:    elisanne machardy mead <emmead2000@yahoo.com>
subject: re: san diego show review 7/25/2000

> i was walking past the hotel lobby entrance, and
almost ran right into(and almost knocked over)  emily!
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she was talking on her  cel phone, and had to
swerve to avoid me.  (sorry emily!)  i didn't have
time to notice who she was until i distinctly heard
her say "that's amy" into her cell phone as she was
walking briskly into the lobby.<

don't you love those moments?  before i was really
into amy and emily a friend and i took a drive to
cherokee, nc to just get away from major civilization
and stupid people who insisted on insulting us.  so,
we drove through the mountains, playing "closer to
fine" on the tape player...me singing harmony as best
as we could.  we get onto the reservation and drive by
the ceremonial grounds.  what do we see?  we see a
hand painted sign that said "free concert,
thursday...whatever the date was.  indigo girls."
whenever you see something like this you get a minor
brain cramp...noting makes sense until things start
moving again and then it's like "oh my god!!!"
luckily, my friend's brain unfroze in time to whip
into the parking lot in order to get a closer look.
sure enough, it was a free concert that night
featuring the indigo girls.  we got a hotel room for
the night, picked up a couple of mexican blankets, got
lunch and headed over to the concert area.  late
afternoon, i got tired of sitting and went walking
about.  i was heading back to the blankets when i walk
past a dark-haired woman that i vaguely recognized,
along with someone else.  i got about five steps past
her and my  brain (and my mouth) said "amy?"  i
stopped, turned around and saw her looking at me
thinking that this is someone she once knew.  i just
ducked my head and ran.  talk about feeling stupid.
but still, i think that i'll happily hold onto that
moment when amy ray looked at me and no one else.

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 13:32:39 edt
from:    taylorchk2@aol.com
subject: an interview w/ sulli

i found this interview w/ sulli on kristen hall's website a while back.
unfortunately it doesn't say when this interview took place.

http://www.kristenhall.com/articles/mtv.html

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 13:45:41 edt
from:    vesper evensong <emilyraliers@aol.com>
subject: re: san diego show review 7/25/2000

in a message dated 7/26/00 9:48:31 am pacific daylight time,
emmead2000@yahoo.com writes:

> but still, i think that i'll happily hold onto that
>  moment when amy ray looked at me and no one else.
i don't think emily really saw me, she was too busy.  it was ok though,
because when i went to a signing a couple of years ago, they(amy especially)
noticed the razorblade scars on my arms and we had a little chat about it and
how their music has literally kept me alive at times...
--v.

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 19:32:22 gmt
from:    traci drago <n_d_go@hotmail.com>
subject: a little nigc

wheww, i finally got through all of that email about my sioux falls boot.
man alive, i never new you could get so much email in a two day span of
time.

anyway, i just wanted to tell you guys that i saw ellen on hbo the other
night.  i was sitting there by myself laughing so hard i could barely stand
it.  she is awesome, i have never seen her standup act, but now i can't wait
to see her live.

that's it
traci

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 12:40:18 -0700
from:    amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
subject: *** t-shirt ordering! ***

hey gang,

the masses have spoken, and t-shirts are ready to be ordered. the
overwhelming majority voted to have one two-sided shirt option. the
vote for/against including the list address sided with including the
address. however, since the vote was fairly close and since it looked a
little funny on the babydoll tee, i left it off that one.

for those of you with java-script capable browsers, go to:
http://www.indigirl.com/order.html

all the following information, as well as ordering instructions and an
online order form, can be found there.

everyone else, keep reading.

two styles are available -
babydoll tee in large - $11 each. http://www.indigirl.com/baby.html
        this is printed in purple, centered on front of shirt.
standard tee in l - xl - $12 each, xxl - xxxl - $14 each
http://www.indigirl.com/standard.html
        small design on front in black, purple & black design on back

those prices do not include shipping. i used information available from
the us post office to come up with the following shipping chart:

in the us -
$2 for one shirt, $1 for each additional shirt

to canada -
$3 for one shirt, $1 for each additional shirt

international -
$4 for one shirt, $3 for each additional shirt.

if you want to order a shirt and can't use my online form, please email
me the styles and sizes you want, along with your full address. total
up your order and mail a check or money order to:

amy swenson
455 crescent ave. #33
sunnyvale, ca 94087

along with the check, include a copy of your written order. your order
is final as soon as i receive payment. all checks/money orders must be
received by august 15 to be counted in the order.

i will place the order with my printer on august 16. shirts will be
shipped out in september, as soon as they come back from the printer.

any other questions? email me at amy@indigirl.com.

thanks!

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 15:07:38 -0500
from:    barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
subject: nigc barnes&nobel discriminates

i just wanted to put out, that in focus pointe,
a free paper  for the glbt community in st paul and minneapolis, has
been told that
barnes and nobel are cutting down on the amount of free publications
they take into their store so they can use that space to sell books.

however it is interresting to note that all the free papers that are
still there are those geared towards heterosexuals. barnes and nobel
told focus point that all the barnes and nobel stores are doiing that,
so now if we want to get
a copy of focus point or lavendar,(another free
glbtpaper) we need go someplace else.

of course if we'd like to spend money, we are more than welcome to buy
any of their glbt
magazines in their "lifestyles" section. anyone
interrested in shopping at barnes and nobel?
i didn't think so.

peace
barb

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 15:32:49 -0700
from:    michal rogson <starr@netvision.net.il>
subject: help: thursday la hob show

hey all!

i was hoping you could give me some advice.  1) i understood from my
bro, who purchased the tickets (and if my memory serves me right from
the last time i was there, years ago) that hob is essentially ga,
standing room only.  am i senile, or is that correct?  2) if it *is* ga,
how early should i get there if i want to stand in front for once (the
only person i managed to see from up close is dar williams.  and sonia.
in philly, the only other time i saw the girls, i felt like i may as
well be listening to a live cd, since all i could see were these two
little dots waaaay down below, moving around.  damn it, i want to *see*
emily's fingers move.  y'know?)

and if anyone else is coming to the thursday show (hi jenn!  i'll write
you later tonight, when i know what time i'll be going to stand in line)
drop a line, and maybe we'll all find a way to meet up.  i've never
organized a listmeet, so if anyone else is interested, let's play it by
ear.  just let me know.  i just don't believe there are only two listees
in all of los angeles going tomorrow night (if mandy finds a ticket,
that would make it three)... even if y'all are lurkers, let me know
you'll be there!  i'm not dangerous, i promise!!  ;)

peace,
michal

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date:    wed, 26 jul 2000 16:56:05 -0700
from:    amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
subject: one more t-shirt thing...

by the way, if any of you are concerned about sending payment before
receiving the shirts, feel free to ask around. last time we did shirts,
i organized it and shirts went to about 180 listees with no problems.

i will not cash checks or money orders until i have to pay for the
shirts. last time, that was *after* i mailed them out to y'all.

if anyone has any other questions, please feel free to let me know!
again, the link to the order form is:

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

thanks! :) amy

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date:         thu, 27 jul 2000 15:26:49 -0700
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something's come up and it looks like i won't be able to make the concert at
the house of blues tonight after all.  i have two tickets for the show that
i would loathe to see go to waste--anyone want/need an extra two at cost?
the show is at 9 -- please contact me via email asap if you're interested.

sharon g. s. bugante -- shaniezak@la-ex-heds.com
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i've already got a claimant for those tickets for tonight's show.  wish i
could've gone after all . . . but y'all who are going, have fun for me!
i'll try and listen in on the webcast at least.  :}

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date:         fri, 28 jul 2000 09:20:19 +1000
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hey folks,

hope someone can help this person out... please direct
replies to her at harley@oz.net, not to me.

cheers,
sherlyn
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from: lisa richards <harley@oz.net>
to: ig-news@smoe.org
subject: [ig-news] looking for hob ticket 7/28


hello,
looking for 1 ticket for tomorrow night's show at house of blues.
if you have one to sell email me.
i will check email this evening.
thanks!!

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date:         fri, 28 jul 2000 02:11:46 +0200
reply-to:     kadri saar <ksaar@ut.ee>
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from:         kadri saar <ksaar@ut.ee>
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hi there


just thought id share my ig moment of the day:)
i work as a lifeguard at a pool in co, and we always blast something on
our sound system. ive never really listened to ig at work b/c everyone
keeps telling me its too folky for the pool. anyhoo, i decided to put cons
on today, and had 2 people coming up to me and saying they really liked
the music. made my heart melt, oh good days:)


hope everyone is having a nice summer

kate


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be the things i miss...'
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anyone planning on booting either of these shows?  i sure hope so.
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i am not able to get this webcast.   since i can't see ig, neer fear, i am
instead watching the n sync concert on hbo.  ok, they're nice boys and all
but someone please tell me about the webcast...

thanks!
-lori

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date:         thu, 27 jul 2000 21:35:46 -0500
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i can't seem to get into the webcast, and it's probably over now. i need
help here.  i'm using webtv, trying to access the show via webtv's
windows g2 player.  where can i go directly to the webcast? if not will
this be rebroadcast?

peace
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hey y'all!

ok, so tonight on who wants to be a millionaire (yes, i have a life.  but i
had nothing to do tonight since my friend got sick and cancelled on me!  ;-)
), the question "who is xena's female companion" was asked.  anyway, the
woman had to call her friend for the answer.  i kep on thinking "i'd call
sulli!!!"  but then again, i wouldn't have needed help; one night after a
show a few years ago, i was chatting with sulli and we were talking about
xena (i am not a fan,so she was filling me in) and she happened to mention
that gabrielle was xena's companion/sidekick/whatever.

anyway, go sulli!  :-)

:-) karen (who is rushing to download mp3's on napster before midnight.  f**k
metallica...)

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in a message dated 7/27/00 7:08:57 pm pacific daylight time,
clsr2fn@hotmail.com writes:

> anyone planning on booting either of these shows?  i sure hope so.
they were videotaping(for the webcast i guess)
can this be recorded?

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in a message dated 7/27/00 4:32:57 pm pacific daylight time,
shaniezak@la-ex-heds.com writes:

> i've already got a claimant for those tickets for tonight's show.  wish i
>  could've gone after all . . . but y'all who are going, have fun for me!
>  i'll try and listen in on the webcast at least.  :}
thanks sharon!  i was not able to sell just "one" ticket, so no one used one
of them, :o(
the crowd was a lot better than the one in san diego on tuesday, and they
played ghost, baby don't you break my heart slow(with vonda shepard)  and
power of 2, and a couple other ones they didn't play tuesday.  for the most
part they didn't seem to have the passion they had tuesday, with the
exception of "trouble" and "faye tucker."  the sound quality was
questionable, the bass was too loud and distorted, and the vocals were
drowned out much of the time.  what i found really annoying is the audience
singing all the lyrics during quiet passages of ghost, etc.  i wanted to hear
amy and emily singing, not the people next to me!  one of the encores was a
rockin song with their bus driver on lead vocal. that was really cool.
thanks again sharon and let me know what you want me to do in terms of paying
you for the tickets.  i only used one, but if you think you could have sold
it, i'll pay for both of them.
peace!
--vesper

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forgot to mention, sulli was beautiful tonight.  she was getting loud
applause, catcalls, and general obnoxious well-wishing from the audience
tonight, and she was embarrassed.  i heard her say something to emily about
it, laughing, but i couldn't make out quite what she said.

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its about 1am and i just got home from the hob show and have a few comments:
an observation of mine was that there were a lot of non-fans there as they
talked the entire time (by the back bar), were wheeling and dealing and
making business deals.  they were obviously music industry types who
probably got free tickets and "thought it might be cool to go."  you wonder
why they even go sometimes!  i think the girls might be la trendy now.

anyone notice that vonda shepard didnt know the words to the song she sang
with the girls?  (i forget which one she sang with them.  was it "get out
the map?")  i have a feeling that vonda is going to open the friday show.
(mrs fun did tonight, and i will comment that their music really didnt do it
for me.)

i had someone comment to me how los angeles fans are sweet and kind and
polite, which i totally agreed with...until about 4 really rude girls
looked, and spoke to my friend and i, like they were going to kick our ass
because we kind of moved into their "space" which they all had left and
tried to re-claim.  i mean, its a club...if you all move, you all lose your
spot, right?  and the hob should make everyone stand according to height!
there were some really really tall women there! :)

i was soooo thrilled to hear everyone singing along with the songs.  amy and
emily both looked happy that we sang so loud, and so much!  a few times it
looked like emily was going to start singing again, and then realized that
we werent through!  i was hoping to hear "reunion" but they didnt play it.
and some people screamed "watershed."  i too with the girls would start to
play that song again, as it is my favorite.  "make it easier" and
"lifeblood" would be great to hear too.

overall, it was an excellent night!  i am exhausted, but cant wait to do it
all again, tomorrow!
anyone boot this show?
see you tomorrow!!!
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okay, so my life at work has been keeping me under a rock for the past week.
could someone please tell me what this "ruling" thing with napster is all
about?  i would really appreciate it.

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in a message dated 7/28/00 4:16:54 am eastern daylight time,
emilyraliers@aol.com writes:

<<  what i found really annoying is the audience
singing all the lyrics during quiet passages of ghost, etc.  i wanted to hear
amy and emily singing, not the people next to me!   >>


especially in a huge facility, i think the entire audience singing during
the quiet songs is truly beautiful and magical.   like a giant chorus and it
amazes me how well the audience sounds.

indi

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especially in a huge facility, i think the entire audience singing during
the quiet songs is truly beautiful and magical.   like a giant chorus and it
amazes me how well the audience sounds.
>>>

my first r&j i didn't know what to expect as far as singing along...  it was
in 97 in new haven, ct at the palace theater and i couldn't believe it when
the song started, but just a ton of people - (felt like everybody!) - was
singing along with amy...  at first i thought this totally sux, amy only
wants me to sing!!!  after realizing that wasn't going to happen, i began to
enjoy the moment more and more - so just like you mentioned - it was an
amazing magical moment listening to amy & all of the intimate strangers sing
along to the song.  amy even had a little smirk on her face a few times
because we were all singing the lines to her, and she was trying to do a
little of it off-tempo, which was fun to hear us sing and then half-a-beat
later amy continued whatever lyric she was singing...

and on that note, in recent r&j's that i have heard, i noticed that she
makes even more off-tempo changes than before - kind of making it more
interesting to sing & listen to i suppose...  anyone else see this...?  or
do i need my bagel and coffee again...  i just think she's trying to mess us
up a little bit...  sneaky little rascal!!!

i've got to ramble on... and sing my song...
ramble on...

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not 5 minutes before i read the email about baby don't
you break my heart slow being played at hob, i was in
the receptionist's office here at work.  that song
came on her radio, and i thought how wonderful it
would be to hear the girls do it live.  of course, i
didn't think of vonda shepard being with them, just
the girls.  cool ig moment for me.

thanks,

jana

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> the crowd was a lot better than the one in san diego
> on tuesday, and they
> played ghost, baby don't you break my heart
> slow(with vonda shepard)  and
> power of 2, and a couple other ones they didn't play
> tuesday.

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>and on that note, in recent r&j's that i have heard, i >noticed that she
>makes even more off-tempo changes than before - kind of >making it more
>interesting to sing & listen to i suppose...  anyone else >see this...?  or
>do i need my bagel and coffee again...  i just think she's >trying to mess
us
>up a little bit...  sneaky little rascal!!!

i have noticed that each time i see her perform that song she changes it.
when she played it at mpls in june i think you could have heard a pin drop
in the theatre.  every one was so intent on listening to amy pour her heart
and soul into that song.  at the end i think she actually said thanks for
listening or something like that.  it was a great moment.

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i am sorry to bother all of you with this, but i
thought this list was the best place to ask.  i have a
relative who is a staunch republican, and last night
we had a three hour discussion about bush and cheney's
track record when it comes to gay rights, the general
attitude of republicans, especially conservatives,
toward gays, and other issues.  the point i was trying
to get across was that when it comes to gay/human
rights, the republicans usually are not there.  i knew
that some people had posted regarding this issue, and
i was hoping some of you would send me any emails, web
site addresses, etc that would help me prove my point
to her.  now i am not trying to start a big argument
or anything.  i realise that not all republicans are
evil, and i will willingly admit that i am quite
ignorant when it comes to politics.  she just wanted
me to back up what i was saying with written proof,
and i thought some of you would be willing to help.
besides that, it's friday, and i don't feel like
working.  please email me privately.

thanks in advance,

jana

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hi again -

so far, there are about 80 shirts ordered! that's great! if you lost
the website where you can place your order, here it is again:
http://www.indigirl.com/order.html

you'll need a javascript compatible browser to access this page. people
with early versions of aol may have some troubles. if it doesn't work,
please email me your order at amy@indigirl.com.

i'm accepting payments through paypal. it's a neat service, and you get
$5 for signing up, so effectively, you could get your shirt for only $9
shipped! :) (yes, i'm a dork, but it saves a lot of hassle for all of
us).
sign up here:

https://secure.paypal.x.com/refer/pal=amy%40indigirl.com

if you don't want to use paypal, i am accepting checks, money orders
and cash (at your risk) by mail.

please let me know if you have any questions!

thanks!
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<<<in recent r&j's that i have heard, i noticed that she
makes even more off-tempo changes than before - kind of making it more
interesting to sing & listen to i suppose...  anyone else see this...?>>>


i completely know what you mean, at the sioux falls show she was totally
trying to mix the lyrics up a bit and she actually messed up.  when she sang
the part "well you promised me everything, and then you promised me thick
and thin", she said "you promised me thick and thin", so you thought she was
just going to say "you promised me everything next " but she said "thick and
thin" again and was totally cracking up at herself.  it seemed like i was
the only person who noticed.  but most of the people around me did not know
the song.  i loved that i got to hear that, and she really thought herself
funny too.  it was a cool moment.  also, everyone sang so well, that i think
she said thanks for singing along and almost seemed surprised that so many
did.  ok, now i am having ig withdrawals.................please please
please come to st. louis...................

traci

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in a message dated 7/28/00 8:09:19 am pacific daylight time,
mcunningham@pbp1.com writes:

> especially in a huge facility, i think the entire audience singing during
>  the quiet songs is truly beautiful and magical.   like a giant chorus and
it
>  amazes me how well the audience sounds.
i didn't mean to say i didn't like the singing along, but just on "sing
along" songs.  i couldn't even hear emily's voice at some points during ghost
because of the people around me.  we could have saved our ticket money and
did that around a campfire!  it was cool about the singing on ctf, galileo,
etc.  i liked that part, just not during songs like ghost.  maybe i'm just
too sensetive or something, but i thought it was kind of inconsiderate.

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anyone know if they usually play kc, st  loius, dallas, memphis?  i live in
arkansas and can't drive all the way to what i see listed as their tour
schedule.
adam

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ok folkies :) i am off to l.a. so if you are waiting for me to do your tapes
for sac and berkeley, they'll probably get done sunday or monday after i get
back from the shows this weekend :)

anyway, if you're going to la and you see me - come say hi.. my sister and i
probably won't get there till 8ish.. but i'm wearing jeans, a white t-shirt
and probably a black sweater depending on how cold it is.. and my sister's
got short red hair.. there are some older pics of us on my site so you have
an idea what we look like :) but if you see me definitely come say hi!

:) lisa
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hey, got your padded envelope and two discs wrapped in yellow paper but
didn't see what you want on the discs...sorry, i can't seem to remember :)
please let me know.

jude :)

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>when she sang
>the part "well you promised me everything, and then you promised me thick
>and thin", she said "you promised me thick and thin", so you thought she was
>just going to say "you promised me everything next " but she said "thick and
>thin" again and was totally cracking up at herself.


the timing of this discussion is so funny - just last night i spent a half
hour all alone in my house in the middle of the night trying to play guitar
and sing r&j amy-style. you know - passion and freedom in tempo etc...  it
may just be me, but it is not easy! at some point, if you get too "free"
you get messed up. like ending up wrong-footed in a dance.  when amy really
pulls it off, and she usually does,  it's so magical.  i have even more
respect for her performance knowing how difficult it is (or at least i find
it so), especially when she really nails it. usually the risks are higher
then because she isn't just falling back on the "script" of the performance.

with songs like r&j  i think it's nicer not to have too much audience
sing-along. it allows amy more freedom to pour herself into it, to allow
the song to tap into whatever emotions and energy she's got at the moment.
naturally this will change at each performance. the meter that the audience
imposes just restricts her performance to the version everyone knows from
the album.

the sing-alongs on the "metered" songs are great though. i love singing at
ig shows. i do try not to sing so loud that my neighbors hear more of me
than a&e. (well, except in ctf, galileo, pot...) also, some songs (like
ghost) are just so beautiful the way they perform it that i'd just rather
sit back and take it all in. that variety of musical experiences at ig
shows is one of the reasons i enjoy them so much.

-sue

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happy friday!  just wanted to pass along a recommendation to all to check
out the backstage interview conducted in seattle a few weeks ago.  i just
spent part of my lunch hour taking advantage of the t1 line here at work
and was happy to hear some new questions (and the answers!)  i even think
there may have been an question from an ig listee asked...  (mandy, if that
was indeed yours - i loved their answers!).  go to the www.indigogirls.com
site and you will find the link to the ra interview on the news page.

thanks for all of the support (both on and off the list) commiserating with
me about my post ig concert funk....  it's getting a little better, but i
hate knowing that they are going to be in santa cruz tomorrow and i won't
!!  sob...sniff...sniff....   ;-).  have a fantastic weekend y'all - and i
look forward to the reviews coming in ....  carrie

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<in recent r&j's that i have heard, i noticed that she
makes even more off-tempo changes than before - kind
of making it more interesting to sing & listen to i
suppose...  anyone else see this...?>

emily makes this point in her interview on the cold
beer promo.  she states that amy isn't afraid to
change things up with her songs...change the tempo and
such.  i wonder if it isn't a way to keep things fresh
for her...reduce the boredom?

elisanne

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hey all!!

the show thurs. night rocked.  i mean, compared to the philly show i was
at in september - no comparison.  my bro also complained about the
sound, but i thought it was fine.  of course, being five feet away from
the girls *can* cause a euphoria that just airbrushes all problems away
(i *saw* emily's fingers!  i watched her solo!  woo hoo!).  but i
thought the crowd was *awesome*.  even emily said, shaking her head,
"y'know, someone told me la was jaded."  and the audience just cheered.
amy and emily just kept shaking their heads and smiling at each other
throughout the night, like they couldn't believe the enthusiasm.  on one
song (which was it?  can't remember) amy just didn't bother coming up to
the mic to sing, she seemed to be having a great time letting the
audience do it.  i mean, the girls next to me didn't even particularly
*like* mrs. fun, but they went ahead and cheered for them anyway.  from
what i could tell, the audience was just filled with really nice
people.  as for singing during ghost, people quieted down during the
quiet parts (around me, anyway) but there *was* that two second delay
between wholehearted singing along and the realization that this was a
quiet part, we should shut up.  didn't bother me, though.  i could hear
em just fine throughout.

so i was thinking about how you all praise sulli for all the stuff she
does, after working so hard before and during the show, and even
after... and i went up to this group next to me that was doing most of
the cheering, in the break between mrs. fun's set and ig's, and said,
"since you guys seem to be the cheering section - see that blonde woman
on the stage?  that's emily's tech, she's the one who gives out all the
stuff after the show, and generally she doesn't get any thanks for it.
why don't we cheer for her?  her name's sulli."  and that's how the
sulli cheering got started.  i didn't think she looked embarassed, just
confused.  i caught her after the show, as she was handing out picks and
setlists and stuff (i still think the tall people get everything, but
since i don't collect, i won't complain) and told her we were
essentially cheering for her to say thanks for all the cool stuff she
does for us.  she just had the sweetest smile.

oh - and the other great moment was when the woman next to me asked her
girlfriend to marry her during the third or fourth song.  everyone
around us was just going "awww."  and she *really* wanted them to play
po2, but song after song, it just didn't happen, and she was giving up.
then there was a pause in between songs, and i suggested maybe we ask
for it, even try to explain, but before the words were out of my mouth,
wouldn't you know it... po2.  maybe the girls are psychic.  heck, maybe
*i* am. ;)  the crowd around us made a bit of room and they danced
together.  i don't care if it was sappy, it was touching as hell.
the sad thing is, somebody came up to them asking to interview them or
something, and they said they couldn't - one of them is in the army so
they can't have any publicity.  sucks.

the bus driver was incredible.  i really like his voice, and the song
rocked (anyone know what song that was?).  amy was like, "we don't
really know the song, but <shrug> he does."  i think it's incredible how
emily can just go off on any song, even if she doesn't really know it...
amy was playing close to the other guitarist, "tweaking" their unison or
something.  it was good.

that's all folks!
michal
p.s. - i think there was a listee up in front, almost dead center,
someone mentioned it to me... who were you?  just wondering.  i didn't
get to meet any listees.

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hey everyone,

just a couple of thoughts: susan, thank you thank you thank you.

i don't mind select singing. for a matter of fact, some ig tunes absolutely
demands to sung tutti. however, (and this coming from a reformed
screamer-singer) it's so much better to really listen to what is being sung.
when you concentrate it's amazing what nuances appear. every once a while,
amy will pull of some really gut wrenching yell or yip or impossible low
note.

imho, i think it's more powerful to be stone cold silent when amy performs
r&j and then erupt into earthshaking screams and cheers. it kinda lets her
know that we're hooked... hangin' on every breath.

silently screamin' and singin'
kathleen

susan.brill@yale.edu writes:

> it allows amy more freedom to pour herself into it, to allow
>  the song to tap into whatever emotions and energy she's got at the moment.
>  naturally this will change at each performance. the meter that the audience
>  imposes just restricts her performance to the version everyone knows from
>  the album.

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