lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-12c


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date:         fri, 15 dec 2000 01:02:39 est
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cbs television is developing a "texas version" of "survivor," the popular tv
show. contestants must travel from el paso through fort worth, dallas,
houston, and back to amarillo through texarkana and lubbock driving a volvo
with a bumper sticker that reads: "i'm for gore, i'm gay, and i'm here to
take your guns." the first to complete the round trip alive is the winner.

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date:         fri, 15 dec 2000 08:40:05 -0800
reply-to:     cindy marie <amilyraliers@excite.com>
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subject:      2001 calendar
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hello all,

greetings from lurkdom...

last year a fab listee made up these great ig calendars (i think it may have
been tara) and i was hoping that kind soul might put together one for next
year...?

thanks,

cindy

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date:         fri, 15 dec 2000 10:58:18 -0600
reply-to:     "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com>
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oooh!  that would be awesome.  who could do this for us?

mi rinda

"try making one and one make one.  twist the shapes until everything
comes undone." - emily saliers

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date:         fri, 15 dec 2000 21:46:02 est
reply-to:     jenfer7193@aol.com
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hi all!
i finished my finals today and don't have many exciting plans for the
holidays, so i thought i would me a boot offer to help out the newbies or any
of you who haven't had a chance to take part in trades earlier:)
i have listed below the cds that i am offering...you may take part in as many
as you like or if you just want one, that's fine too.  i'll take as many
requests as i can accomodate.  the only thing i ask is that you please
respond quickly and get your blanks in the mail!

thanks!
jenifer

early recordings vol. 1
early recordings vol. 2
early recordings vol. 3
shades of indigo/reverse 1 live (80 min)
montreal 94 (2 disc)
9:30 club and more (2 disc)
ig on the mountain
shepherd's bush empire (2 disc)
ig originals (2 disc)

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date:         fri, 15 dec 2000 21:52:54 est
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in a message dated 12/15/2000 8:47:49 pm central standard time,
jenfer7193@aol.com writes:

<< so i thought i would me a boot offer to help out the newbies >>
i would make...can you tell i'm tired of typing!!!

jen

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date:         sun, 17 dec 2000 21:51:54 -0500
reply-to:     mary post <mbpost@earthlink.net>
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subject:      to: claudine and ms.parker in arizona
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hi ladies,
i lost your e-mail, but tomorrow, monday, december 18, your discs will
go into the mail to arizona and england.  i had some trouble with discs
and my burner so it took a bit longer than i had expected.
if you have any problems, questions,etc.  please let me know.

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date:         sun, 17 dec 2000 23:29:53 -0500
reply-to:     "neil :o)" <neil@andineil.com>
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subject:      wtd: fillmore - nov '99.
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hope y'all are having fun what with (insert seasonal festival of choice)
happening. and that you're enjoying the latest boot selections. speaking of
which, i was wondering...

does anyone have an audience recording of the complete 20 nov '99 fillmore
show?

so i've been playing with ripping audio direct from dvd to .wav (aren't i
special?), and i figured i might be able to do a pretty good concert
reconstruction from that and the cold beer promo (similar to the complete
shepherd's bush thingy). so i'm doing that right now, but i'm missing a song
or two. anyone?

no worries if not...

neil
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date:         mon, 18 dec 2000 01:30:13 -0600
reply-to:     mandy clements <indie4me@home.com>
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from:         mandy clements <indie4me@home.com>
subject:      just incase....
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hey y'all just incase some of your christmas cards don't get to ya on =
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this year! i have already received 3 cards yay!!!!!! it's exciting going =
to the mail box now! take care y'all!!

mandy

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date:         mon, 18 dec 2000 08:23:34 -0500
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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december 21
elizabeth black * <kedaz@hotmail.com> *

december 22
sharney@smith.smith.edu (sue harney)

december 22 (' 70)
diane wong
arle@hotmail.com


happy birthday all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

and special happy birthday to my mom, who would have celebrated her 69th
birthday on dec. 19th...i love you mommy and i hope you are having fun,
wherever you are...rest in peace.

love, peace, and devotion
audra
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date:         mon, 18 dec 2000 23:00:05 -0700
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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ok, i promise i won't keep harping on this, but i want to make sure i'm
not the only one being deprived. has anyone gotten this issue yet? the
website was last updated on the 13th, but it still says the issue should
have come out on the 10th. i'm not seeing it. anyone else?

also, has the list been really slow or down or something lately? i think i
got six messages all weekend.

amy m.

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 03:33:28 -0600
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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there's a petition aimed at putting a moratorium on the death penalty in
the u.s. put out by sr, helen prejean,author of dead man walking. i
suggest if you are interested i suggest you go to www.moratorium2000.org
i signed it. and i hope anyone interrested in ths issue do the same..

please i do not want to start up the death penalty thread again on this
list as i believe it would be counter productive, so please email me in
private, and if you are going to flame me,
please wait.

thanks
barb  who is not wanting to hurt and /or be hurt by anyone but is
expecting flames

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 11:32:41 -0500
reply-to:     catherine spinale <cspinale@pmn.com>
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>  -----original message-----
> from:         catherine spinale
> sent: tuesday, december 19, 2000 11:28 am
> to:   'indigo-girls@netspace.0rg'
> subject:      winex magazine
>
> hey all:
>
> i just heard from wine-x.  the december issue (with em in her little
> cowboy hat) was released last
> wednesday and should be in the stores by now.  i havn't had any luck
> finding one, but i'll keep checking.
> i know they sell it at border's but i don't know where else.
>
> and if i don't post again, i wish everyone the happiest of holidays.  i
> hope you get everything you wish for.
>
> cathy

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 11:12:42 -0800
reply-to:     johanna <pixiepixie@postmark.net>
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from:         johanna <pixiepixie@postmark.net>
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there's very little stuff on catie curtis on the web, & most of it
isn't too up-to-date. does anyone know if there's a catie mailing list
like this one? she's really wonderful (& i'm still pouting @ missing
her opening for dar last month).

if anyone would -like- to have a catie mailing list, e-mail me
privately... maybe if there is enough interest i'll start one. ^_^

johanna

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 14:45:50 -0500
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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from:         deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
subject:      re: nigc-catie curtis
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>from:         johanna <pixiepixie@postmark.net>
>
>there's very little stuff on catie curtis on the web, & most of it
>isn't too up-to-date.

the official page <http://www.skyhand.com/catie/> is always pretty current as far as i've seen.

>does anyone know if there's a catie mailing list
>like this one?

there is a list which i admin, and catie supports (with posts, info, etc).  some of you may have seen business cards advertising the list at her shows.

you can subscribe to it by sending the message

        subscribe dads-yard

to

        majordomo@smoe.org

the list is very low volume, so check it out if you have any interest.

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 15:06:16 -0500
reply-to:     ndgomom@netscape.net
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from:         carrie pattison <ndgomom@netscape.net>
subject:      another winex update
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hi there:

i just called winex saying that i had heard the issue was finally released,
and as a subscriber, i had not yet received my copy.  he swore up and down
that the issue was sent to all subscribers last week and that we are now at
the mercy of the overworked post office - (not they they have anything else
to do during this time of the year.... :-)   )

so - hopefully, it will be here by the end of the week!

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 14:14:01 -0600
reply-to:     traci drago <n_d_go_grl@hotmail.com>
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hi all,

ok, i have been thinking about it and i would like to head up the calendar
project.

i have spoken to a local printer and he is going to get me some pricing on
color and on black and white, the calendar size would be 11x17 when it is
open, the picture on the top 1/2 of the page and the month on the other 1/2.
  he really works with me and usually gives me great prices.  he said that
we can print them on an as need basis.  that way we won't have to wait for
all of the orders to be placed before getting calendars to those who have
already paid.  anyway i will keep y'all posted on what the pricing will be.
i would appreciate any suggestions on what can and cannot be put in this
calendar and any pictures you have that you would like to see in it, or just
any suggestions that you have in general.  to let you know, i am gonna be
pretty busy up through new year's, as i am sure many of you will be too.  so
if i don't reply to your email right away, please be patient.

traci drago
st. louis, mo
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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 18:00:48 -0800
reply-to:     bonster <bonster@drizzle.com>
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subject:      nigc: book suggestions
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since a lot of people on this list are on break of some sort (not me,
unfortunately) and maybe catching up on some good reads, i'm hoping to get
a "what to read next" list going in my head and on my book review page.
any suggestions? you can fill out the form on the page or send me an
email. off list, please.

i'm also interested in the top 5-10 books you've read this year. (they
don't have to have been published this year, though.)

thanks,
bon

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 20:15:15 -0600
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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does anyone know  what's up with the official ig site?  until today you
could post questions for emily, and she would answer what she has time
for, and then post them on the site.

i'm trying to get through but i'm only getting half the news page....the
bottom half is blank, and the publisher can't find the page.

is anyone else having that problem? maybe it's temporarily down so emily
can pst her answers.
i hope you are all having a fabulous evening.

peace
barb

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date:         tue, 19 dec 2000 21:18:44 est
reply-to:     cheebug5@cs.com
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i was just there too!  what i found out is that the moderator, jammie?  is
having to type in the answers herself.  so that may be why it is taking so
long.  re: the reason why you can't post questions to emily anymore today is
b/c the deadline is kaput.

-chee, who can't believe that she knows something worthy to post to the list
this week!

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subject:      sigc: vonda shepard
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i've really taken to vonda's song "baby, don't you break my heart slow"
(better late than never) .... and i recall some people on the list saying
that there was a video or maybe tv appearance that emilyw as in ... adn i was
wondering if anyone had it on tape ... i'd love to get a copy

thanks

chris

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400040" size=3 family="sansserif" face="tahoma" lang="0">i've really taken to vonda's song "baby, don't you break my heart slow" <br>(better late than never) .... and i recall some people on the list saying <br>that there was a video or maybe tv appearance that emilyw as in ... adn i was <br>wondering if anyone had it on tape ... i'd love to get a copy
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three serious warnings

warning no. 1

if you receive any celcom screen saver. please do
not install it!!!!!! this screensaver is very cool.
it shows a nokia handphone, with time messages.
after it is activated, the pc cannot boot up at all. it
goes very slow. it destroys your hard disk. the
filename is cellsaver.exe

warning no. 2

beware! if someone named <sandman> asks you to
check out his page. do not! it is at
www.geocities.com/vienna/6318
http://www.geocities.com/vienna/6318
http://www.geocities.com/vienna/6318this page
hacks into your c:\drive.
do not go there...foward
this mail to everyone you know.

warning no. 3

send this to everyone in your contact list! this
is no joke,ok? warning: if you get an e-mail titled:
"win a holiday" do not open it. delete it immediately.
microsoft just announced yesterday. it is a malicious
virus that will erase your hard drive . at this
time there is no remedy. forward this to everyone

>>> > > > > please pass this along to all your friends and
people in your mailboxes.
aol has said this is a very dangerous virus and
there is no remedy for this yet.
forward it to all your on-line friends a.s.a.p.!

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hey all,

i work at a borders.  yes, most borders do carry wine x. however (and i can
only speak for my own store here) we have not received our copies of the
current issue yet.  believe me, i have been checking every day and have asked
everyone who has the periodicals section.  as soon as i see it on our
shelves, i will let you all know.

:-) karen

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>hey all,
<br>
<br>i work at a borders.  yes, most borders do carry wine x. however (and i can <br>only speak for my own store here) we have not received our copies of the <br>current issue yet.  believe me, i have been checking every day and have asked <br>everyone who has the periodicals section.  as soon as i see it on our <br>shelves, i will let you all know.  
<br>
<br>:-) karen
<br>
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date:         wed, 20 dec 2000 01:45:13 est
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in a message dated 12/19/00 3:15:29 pm eastern standard time,
n_d_go_grl@hotmail.com writes:

<< hi all,

ok, i have been thinking about it and i would like to head up the calendar
project.

i have spoken to a local printer and he is going to get me some pricing on
color and on black and white, the calendar size would be 11x17 when it is
open, the picture on the top 1/2 of the page and the month on the other 1/2.
   he really works with me and usually gives me great prices. >>


i dont know if you were around last year but some great listee put together a
calender that was posted on a website and was downloadable and best of
all......free        :)

it was a really cool calender and had diff significant ig dates spread
throughout it.

is that listee still out there??

indi

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hello everybody!

does anybody here have the lyrics and chords of laramie? a fellow ig fan, kari, told me that it was her favorite and i checked it out, and she was right, i love it too.  btw, kari just joined our ig mailing list 2 weeks ago and i am welcoming her on behalf of the ig mailing list.  welcome kari!!!

if you have the lyrics and chords please kindly email me privately dposh1@edsamail.com.ph

thanks!

abie

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fyi: tower records (at least the tower records stores in los angeles) have
all four remasters (sf, ig, nis, and rop) on sale for $9.99!  there were a
few in the ig section, but most of them were with a bunch of other cd's in a
special $9.99 sale section.  also, the rop remasters have the correct liner
notes, which is good.

happy shopping!
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wow.. three virus hoaxes in one email :o)

just thought i should let people know that none of these 3 viruses
actually exist, they're just hoaxes passed around the net...
i always check the sarc's hoax database before passing on warnings:
http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/hoax.html

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on wed, 20 dec 2000, <amanda morgan> wrote:

>
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>
>
>
>happy holidays all!
>this is very easy to do and really takes only seconds.
>
>let this be your good deed for today... it only takes
>a second.
>go to the site below. all you do is click a button and
>a woman gets a free mammogram at no cost to you.
>it is paid for by corporate sponsors (who gain
>advertising in the process because you see their
>logo.)
>all you do is go to the site and click on the free
>button. it takes one-second. however, you're only
>allowed one donation so please pass the word.
>http://www.thebreastcancersite.com
>
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late notice, i know, but the roches are going to be on j&r music world's website doing a broadcast today at noon, here's the link:

http://www.jandr.com/templates/stores/aent/aent.tem

happy holidays,

jason

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i just found this interview from 1997.  i am sure most of you who have been
on this list forever have seen it.  but for those of us who haven't been i
thought i would share it.  it's pretty good!


mi rinda

"try making one and one make one.  twist the shapes until everything comes
undone." - emily saliers

indigo girls:


an interview with amy ray and emily saliers by linda wolf, wind hughes,
mckenzie nielson and sarah lindsley from daughters of the moon, sisters of
the sun: young women and mentors on the transition to womanhood

(new society publishers 1997)


mckenzie: i was wondering about your personal spirituality and how it
relates to your life, your music and your social activism.

emily: my dad's a methodist minister and a professor of theology so i grew
up going to church with my family, and being around the sacred language from
the western christian tradition... so in my music, biblical references come
naturally...and the language of the bible is so rich in and of itself; great
stories and interesting characters. but beyond that, there is a spirituality
underlying some of our music that has nothing to do with specific texts,
it's just more about how we feel about the world. personally, i believe in
god, i believe in a creator and i believe that the teachings of jesus were
incredibly beautiful and powerful and i try to follow them in my life. but i
don't believe that christianity is the one and only truth... and i'm not
doing activist events for god, so to speak...

amy: for me, every moment is a sacred. i believe in respect for all beings
and my songs are extensions of that. most of the activism i'm involved in
deals with social justice or environmental issues... there's a common link
between sexism, homophobia, religious intolerance, racism... just as the way
we treat the environment is a reflection of how we treat women and vise
versa and to me it's all tied together.

linda: emily, does it ever bother you as a christian that god is referred to
as he all the time?

emily: ...at first no. i grew up with that language so it felt okay but then
something shifted...and it really started to bother me. i'd hear the word he
and i'd cringe. my dad's done a lot of work on this, too, in the methodist
hymnal and in the liturgies, he's really tried to change the language so
that it's all inclusive. so in my church now, our prayers are mother,
father, god... now that i've experienced faith in this way, i can't go back,
so, yes the use of those masculine pronouns bothers me terribly.

mckenzie: do you think you've been discriminated against as women in the
music industry?

emily: we hear about some homophobia going on - people who don't want to
play our records because we're gay or they don't like our politics...

amy: it's rampant and insidious. mtv discriminates, radio discriminates, the
media discriminates but we're not playing their game so it really doesn't
really affect us that much. we hear about some radio programmers who say,
"we're already playing three women bands, we can't play another one." we're
like, "oh, well, okay how many guys are you playing?" but with mtv, it's the
tits and ass thing. they'll show a few women that don't fit into their
'thing,' but not many. you hear people say, "women are getting further than
they've ever gotten before in this business," and that's probably true, but
on what terms? by what they're wearing; what their body looks like; what
their hair looks like? there's always a token strong woman that you can
point to who's doing okay, who's accepted on her own terms, but it's always
a fluke.

mckenzie: what's the most important thing you hope people hear in your
music?

amy: i hope they hear themselves. i want them my music to be a catalyst for
them.

sarah: i'm switching topics here...how do you feel about the different
terminologies for being gay? which words do you use to describe yourselves?

emily: i like the word gay. maybe it's because lesbian has three syllables!

amy: i used to think about that sometimes mostly because my mom and i when
we later started having open dialogue about how she felt about things, she
always talked about terminology being an issue with her, too; feeling like
if you call yourself gay, you alienate your chances of being sexual with
men. i call myself gay. i feel attracted to men and i've been out with men
and men i've been in love with but i find that i'm more drawn to women so i
think that's my context. but there's a lot of people i know that feel they
don't want to be labelled anything - love is love, period. they're coming
from a real desire to embrace everything.

linda: when did you discover you were gay and how did you tell the people
who mean the most to you?

emily: well, all my life i've always had these very strong bonds with other
girls and crushes on my teachers, ever since kindergarten. but i never
attached sexuality to it. and the really strange thing is just before i
started to discover that i thought i might be gay, i was very homophobic. i
remember thinking, "ugh, homosexuality, that's perverse; i don't know
anybody who does that...." i didn't know what it was so i didn't know how to
react. i didn't realize i was gay until i was about nineteen or twenty. i
never felt bad about it; i never felt like this is wrong or i'm going to
fight this, i just realized what it was, finally. but, i kept it from my
parents for two years. i told my sisters, one by one; it was no big deal. i
don't know why i didn't tell my parents. i guess it's because i've always
felt really close to my family and i was afraid i was going to rock the boat
in what was pretty much an idyllic family situation. i was afraid i was
going to become like the black sheep of the family, so i was scared. but
then i started thinking about it and i was like, 'they're not going to react
that way," so i had separate meetings with them and i told each of them and
i cried, you know, it was very emotional and they were very accepting. the
only thing they were concerned about was would i be well taken care of, in
terms of love and life. they were totally cool about it. from then on, i've
always been openly gay in my private life, but it took me a while to get
used to the thought of being gay for the press. but that was a long time
ago.

amy: well, for me, i fell in love with somebody in high school and used to
do the old sneaking out the window and running three miles to see your
girlfriend but didn't sleep with her for a year. i didn't even know what it
meant. but my mom approached me about it. she said there were rumors (she
couldn't say the word) - we didn't really have a language for it. i said,
"well, i'm in love, and i don't know what that means, and i haven't been
physical yet." i had had a boyfriend but i was just a senior in high school.
so my parents knew and my sisters sort of knew, but there wasn't an open
dialogue about it at the time, which was a kind of a drag. for me i was
freaked out because the girl i was in love with wasn't comfortable with it,
and her parents weren't. but when i had my second relationship it was like,
"okay, there's going to be a dialogue about this because you're my family
and it's important to me and we have to learn to talk to each other."
besides, i felt stronger about it myself. i felt clearer because, i always
liked guys a lot and i wanted to be able to have access to men, too. but i
just don't feel the same pull with them. i want to, but i don't, you know,
and it's a drag because i like guys a lot.

wind: do you find that many people reduce a lesbian relationship down to
just two women having sex and often fail to see the committment, the
relationship and the love that is truely what binds two people together?

amy: i think that happens less with lesbians than with gay men. people in
the world are always mystified by the bond women have anyway, even if
they're not gay.

emily...i think women are a mystery to most men.

linda: a lot of girls learn what's expected of them if they want to get men.
they learn what's "sexy" and get a lot of messages about what the
appropriate gender roles are in a way i don't see happening in the gay
community, is this true?

emily:... for me it's been very freeing to not have to deal with those
gender roles.

wind: do you think that freedom is part of what's manifested in your music
because your music is very free as well.

emily: yeah, amy and i both feel completely free to write about whatever we
want to write about, or to pick up an instrument we're not good at and play
it anyway, or to make exactly the kind of record we want to make. we wear
the clothes we want to wear and if we're not hip or we're not feminine or
whatever it is then so what. i don't think any human being is truely free.
we're tethered to our insecurities and hampered by our fears and our
prejudices that only spiritual persuit can help calm but not allieviate
totally. i think by nature of humanity, we're never going to be free.

sarah: what do you personally struggle with that keeps you from being free?

emily: more of less what goes on for a lot of other people, my insecurities,
my self worth...this is a very alienating world and you have to be strong
and remind yourself that you're okay. we're flooded with commercialism and
advertisements that tell us what's cool and what we have to have and what we
should be like and there's a lot of cultural homogeny going on so that if
you're a little off the beaten path you have to remind yourself that it's a
good thing and celebrate the diversity. so i go through those basic human
struggles. then my own personal growth musically and intellectually. i'm
never really happy with where i am. i'd like to always be better or smarter,
just like most people i know. if we didn't have those, we'd never grow.

linda: do either of you want to be mothers?

emily: no, but i could get the hormonal surge and want to tomorrow!

amy: i half wanted too, but i think i want to finish this tour and then i
want to think about it! i really wanted to have kids but i also had a
relationship that just ended that was like a seven year marriage, and i
don't want to have kids in the context of being by myself. i want to have
kids if i have someone to help me because i don't think i can do it alone. i
think being a mother would be a great experience.

wind: how do you manage being out doing all you're doing right now in the
context of just ending a long term relationship.

amy: it's been hard. it's very hard, but i've went through a long period of
coming to terms with things and it's hard because i'm on the road and i'm
going to places that i've shared with somebody i was with and it's rough.
but i've gone through so many good things in the last years and i feel like
there's a mystery to it all and while it's painful sometimes, compared to
the pain that i've seen other people suffering in some of the work i've done
recently, it's hard to give myself space to feel that on one level and on
another level, i realize that everything's always going to be okay for me. i
know where my next meal and my shelter is coming from and love is an issue
that works it's way out in one way or another.

linda: after we were with you the other night, listening to you play music,
i cried a long time. i felt very lonely, just this existential sense of
aloneness that made me very sad. are you afraid of being alone? are you
lonely now that you're broken up?

amy: no, i mean, i think we're all lonely. i think that's the human
condition. i think we all feel lonliness but i'm not afraid of that and i'm
not afraid of being alone but i see the suffering of feeling lonely. i have
felt lonliness. i have felt lonliness with people and without them. but that
kind of desperate feeling, that sort of painful experience at this point in
my life, i've only grown from that, learned from it. the negative impact of
that has totally dissappeared for me in the face of all the positive things
i've learned. but i find that when you get upset by lonliness or you feel
like crying or you feel that painful feeling, i don't look at it as a bad
thing. i just look at it as feelings. it's like when i read faulkner with
all the perversity and the darkness and it's so sad and painful but it's so
beautiful as well and that's how i see lonliness. what a beautiful remark on
the human condition. out of that arrives all our needs for religion and
everything we do. i think if god is a single entity, god is lonely, too and
somtimes i think that's where we connect.

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<p>bon,</p>
<p>i have three not so new books i can recommend.</p>
<p>_we came all the way from cuba so you could dress like this?_ and _memory mambo_, both by cuban american lesbian author achy obejas. i just read both and thought they were great. the novel mm explores the immigrant experience, family connections, and the fluid nature of memory. wcatwfcsycdlt is a collection of short stories. </p>
<p>_aimee & jaguar_ by erica fischer. a true story of two german women who fall in love during wwii, one a jewish member of the resistance and the other a mother of 4 married to a german soldier. </p>
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fyi -
aimee & jaguar was also made into a wonderful movie that i had the
pleasure of viewing at the 'out on film' festival in atlanta.  i am sure
it is still in some of your local indie theaters!  it is truly worth
seeing.
cheri

robbin love wrote:

>
>
> bon,
>
> i have three not so new books i can recommend.
>
> _we came all the way from cuba so you could dress like this?_ and
> _memory mambo_, both by cuban american lesbian author achy obejas. i
> just read both and thought they were great. the novel mm explores the
> immigrant experience, family connections, and the fluid nature of
> memory. wcatwfcsycdlt is a collection of short stories.
>
> _aimee & jaguar_ by erica fischer. a true story of two german women
> who fall in love during wwii, one a jewish member of the resistance
> and the other a mother of 4 married to a german soldier.
>
> ~robbin========
> "i just got a cat. i named it after myself. now let's see who calls
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fyi -
<br>aimee & jaguar was also made into a wonderful movie that i had
the pleasure of viewing at the 'out on film' festival in atlanta. 
i am sure it is still in some of your local indie theaters!  it is
truly worth seeing.
<br>cheri
<p>robbin love wrote:
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<p>bon,
<p>i have three not so new books i can recommend.
<p>_we came all the way from cuba so you could dress like this?_ and _memory
mambo_, both by cuban american lesbian author achy obejas. i just read
both and thought they were great. the novel mm explores the immigrant experience,
family connections, and the fluid nature of memory. wcatwfcsycdlt is a
collection of short stories.
<p>_aimee & jaguar_ by erica fischer. a true story of two german women
who fall in love during wwii, one a jewish member of the resistance and
the other a mother of 4 married to a german soldier.
<p>~robbin========
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date:         wed, 20 dec 2000 09:23:20 -0800
reply-to:     tara lane <tara8595@yahoo.com>
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hey guys - yes, it was me - i did the calendar last year.  i can do
another if y'all want.  i just have way less time than i used to, so
it'll take me a couple weeks.  it's a shame that my job actually
requires me to work now, unlike my old one.  it puts a serious damper
on my list activities - damn them!  actually - i'm oncall for christmas
week, so i'll be tied to a pc anyhow, and i can probably get it done in
that time frame.

here's how the old one worked - i copied canned calendar jpegs off the
web and then added pictures from lisa's site that sort of went with the
ig-significant dates.  the whole thing was in a power point file.  i
dropped the file and a free power-point shareware viewer to my i-drive,
marked it shared, and then people downloaded the viewer (if they didn't
have power-point), and the .ppt file.  that way they could print the
calendar themselves, and it didn't cost anyone anything.  that worked
well last year, so i'll probably do the same this year unless someone
has an overwhelming reason why i shouldn't.

i'll put all new pictures in the calendar for this year, so the ones
from last year won't be repeated, but since there's a plethora of good
newer (post '95) photos, this year the photos won't really match the ig
significant dates, okay?  of course, all the dates will be the same
from last year, unless someone has time to send me any significant ig
dates from 2000 - i just don't have time to research this - we would of
course want to include the new video and compilation cd release dates,
and any other significant ig dates that y'all can think of, just email
them to me, if i get 'em by dec 29, they'll go in, otherwise, they'll
have to wait for 2002.

i'll keep you posted when it's done, with the url and procedures.
happy holidays,
tara

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<p>yes, the movie was very well done. as is the companion website: <a href="http://www.aimeeandjaguar.com">http://www.aimeeandjaguar.com</a> ; there are interviews with erica fischer, the two lead actors, and with lilly wust, the real live "aimee." as well as background info about the war.</p>
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<p></p>>from: cheri c <ccigfan@mindspring.com><br>>reply-to: cheri c <ccigfan@mindspring.com><br>>to: indigo-girls@netspace.org <br>>subject: re: nigc: book suggestions <br>>date: wed, 20 dec 2000 12:09:27 -0800 <br>> <br>>fyi - <br>>aimee & jaguar was also made into a wonderful movie that i had the <br>>pleasure of viewing at the 'out on film' festival in atlanta. i am sure <br>>it is still in some of your local indie theaters! it is truly worth <br>>seeing. <br>>cheri <br><br clear=all><hr>get your free download of msn explorer at <a href="http://explorer.msn.com">http://explorer.msn.com</a><br></p></html>

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*warning, sappy sentementalism ahead. those that know me well, look away
now. i am not a sappy, sentimental person and i don't want this to ruin my
image*

so, y'all may already know this, but kirsty maccoll died.
kirsty maccoll. kirsty.
a speedboat ran over her while she was diving in a 'swimmers only' beach in
mexico. her two sons were on holiday with her.

and i'm trying to come up with a reason you should care, or why this is
relevant on an indigo girls list. the best i can come up with:
there are only two bands i've seen at the portsmouth pyramids center: indigo
girls and kirsty maccoll. i was front center for both.
oh, and they both wrote songs in cuba. and they've both covered the clash.

the best christmas song ever?
kirsty maccoll and the pogues: "fairytale of new york". no question.

if i've ever sent you a mix, then kirsty was on it. and if she wasn't then i
have failed you miserably. listen, go right now and buy her 'best of' album
"galore". give it a couple of listens and if you don't love it, i'll give
you your money back. you'll have to go somewhere like amazon.co.uk or
hmv.co.uk for it because it's out of print in the usa. go fig.

and i'm trying to figure out why this makes me so sad. because if amy ray or
emily saliers died, i don't think i'd take it this personally. maybe it's
because i can't imagine having anything in common with them. but kirsty was
my friend. she always made me happy.

saturday night i was tango'ing 'round the house (badly, very badly) to her
music while my bride was cooking. sunday we played her wonderfuly-titled
album "electric landlady" as we cruised the mean streets of media,
pennsylvania. monday i was making a kirsty boot from a wonderful live
show/interview i have. tuesday i found out.

i'm serious about paying you if you don't like the album. anyone who writes
a sublime song called "there's a guy works down the chip shop swears he's
elvis" deserves to live forever.

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   today, around 5am, rob buck, the guitarist for the 10,000 maniacs,
passed away at a hospital in pittsburgh.  i don't have or want any more
details; from the few times i met him, he was a tremendous person, and
his music caused me to look at the guitar in a very different way.

   ...just thought i'd throw that out, in case those of you who enjoy 10km
didn't know...

   darius

"in the colors of the morning
i looked to the clouds in the cirrus sky and they'd gone."
   -10,000 maniacs, "across the fields"

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oh wow...a friend of mine used to go to high school with those guys
in new york.

what did he die of? i wonder what this means for the future of
the maniacs.

at 04:58 pm 12/20/2000 -0500, hicktruckdriver wrote:
>    today, around 5am, rob buck, the guitarist for the 10,000 maniacs,
>passed away at a hospital in pittsburgh.  i don't have or want any more
>details; from the few times i met him, he was a tremendous person, and
>his music caused me to look at the guitar in a very different way.
>
>    ...just thought i'd throw that out, in case those of you who enjoy 10km
>didn't know...
>
>    darius
>
>"in the colors of the morning
>  i looked to the clouds in the cirrus sky and they'd gone."
>    -10,000 maniacs, "across the fields"
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liver failure....

http://www.cdnow.com/cgi-bin/mserver/redirect/leaf=allstararticle/fid=241138/from=sr-117124

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oh wow...a friend of mine used to go to high school with those guys
in new york.

what did he die of? i wonder what this means for the future of
the maniacs.

at 04:58 pm 12/20/2000 -0500, hicktruckdriver wrote:
>    today, around 5am, rob buck, the guitarist for the 10,000 maniacs,
>passed away at a hospital in pittsburgh.  i don't have or want any more
>details; from the few times i met him, he was a tremendous person, and
>his music caused me to look at the guitar in a very different way.
>
>    ...just thought i'd throw that out, in case those of you who enjoy 10km
>didn't know...
>
>    darius
>
>"in the colors of the morning
>  i looked to the clouds in the cirrus sky and they'd gone."
>    -10,000 maniacs, "across the fields"
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hey everybody!

just thought you might be interested to know how to get a copy of the
magazine.  the picture of emily is sooooo cute!  you can see it here:

http://www.winexwired.com/archives/cover.htm

i emailed them and they tell me that you can just order the current issue by
going to their subscription and back issue page and order a "sample issue".
it's only $6 us and $10 for other countries, so i'm pleased to be able to
order it from overseas!  :-)  i've just ordered my copy!  the subscription
page can be found here:

http://www.winexwired.com/subformnew.htm

hope this helps!

claudine

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hey all,

got my wine-x magazine today...... yippeeeeee


traci drago
st. louis, mo
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in a message dated 12/20/00 9:40:04 am, mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com writes:
amy ray:
<< i think we're all lonely. i think that's the human

condition. i think we all feel lonliness but i'm not afraid of that and i'm

not afraid of being alone but i see the suffering of feeling lonely. i have

felt lonliness. i have felt lonliness with people and without them. but that

kind of desperate feeling, that sort of painful experience at this point in

my life, i've only grown from that, learned from it. the negative impact of

that has totally dissappeared for me in the face of all the positive things

i've learned. but i find that when you get upset by lonliness or you feel

like crying or you feel that painful feeling, i don't look at it as a bad

thing. i just look at it as feelings. it's like when i read faulkner with

all the perversity and the darkness and it's so sad and painful but it's so

beautiful as well and that's how i see lonliness. what a beautiful remark on

the human condition. out of that arrives all our needs for religion and

everything we do. i think if god is a single entity, god is lonely, too and

somtimes i think that's where we connect. >>

i love this mentality.  does anyone know what author currently writes like
this?  don't say, "yeah, duh, amy ray!"  i'm serious; where can i get some
reading material on this kind of philosophy or outlook.  i used to read a lot
of frederick buechner, but he pissed me off so i quit.  however, he used to
write a lot about that...lonliness is a human condition but so is  god/jesus.
which is what makes us so much like god, but immortal.  please e-mail me if
you can think of any writer off the top of your head.

-chee

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hey y'all~
     i was wondering if anyone has a boot that has a
really clear version of winthrop on it. if you do
please email me. i have quite a few boots available to
trade.
peace
~alyssa


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email me when yours comes in so i know you got it.

if you don't get yours by  the end of next week, let me know.

peace
barb

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alyssa brought up winthrop.  and speaking of that, does anyone know if
there's any plans on releasing that as an album song.  it is so beautiful
and sad, and i believe that it is a spiritual sister to "leaving," except
that the lyrics are much more haunting.  any info on this song?

thanks,

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in a message dated 12/20/00 4:38:44 pm eastern standard time,
neil@andineil.com writes:

<< saturday night i was tango'ing 'round the house (badly, very badly) to her
music while my bride was cooking. sunday we played her wonderfuly-titled
album "electric landlady" as we cruised the mean streets of media,
pennsylvania. monday i was making a kirsty boot from a wonderful live
show/interview i have. tuesday i found out. >>


neil,  i am shocked.  i was introduced to her music by two lesbians i became
friend with the summer i lived in london.  they had taped french and saunders
shows and kirsty was a frequent guest on the show.   how very sad.  i'm very
sorry.     :/

peace and love,

indi

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hey everyone... i recently got some barbara kessler cd samplers to give out
to people who've never heard her before. i absolutely adore barbara... she's
from boston, she's very folky and funny. (for igc, i first saw her open up
for the ig in 94 and fell in love with her.. jerry marotta produced her album
"notion." )  the sampler contains four songs plus a little cd-rom movie. i've
got a few to give away so if you're interested in one, e-mail me privately.

:) lisa

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              tonight
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hey y'all,

got a super show tonight with 6 great guest artists:

aerin tedesco    http://www.mp3.com/aerintedesco
tina crapsi        http://www.mp3.com/tinacrapsi
katie miller       http://www.mp3.com/katiemiller
lea prentiss       http://www.mp3.com/leaprentiss
tammy shannon - folk/rock singer/songwriter
liz abbott  -    an extremely expressive song stylist who makes other
people's songs her own

tonight dec 21 @ 9pm
nietzsche's
148 allen st
buffalo  ny

tim
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