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date:         fri, 22 dec 2000 10:06:05 est
reply-to:     kimh57@aol.com
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from:         "kim l. hohl" <kimh57@aol.com>
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winthrop and leeds were emily's 2 solo's in '97, but she could only put one
on the album. i doubt that it well be released unless on a live album.

kim

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date:         fri, 22 dec 2000 20:49:52 -0500
reply-to:     "mandy (just mandy)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
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        so i'm home from school now, and although it runs counter to
conventional wisdom, this is where my napster machine is. i logged on
earlier today and found many beautiful mp3s, including champagne high (the
sister hazel song emily does vocals on - it's amazing! i'm gonna go buy
the cd.) the biggest prize, though, were laramie, mountains of glory and
lucy stoner, the new amy songs i hadn't yet been fortunate enough to hear.
well, guess what? i still haven't heard'em. i'm embarrassed to admit how
much time i just wasted cruising for somebody, anybody, from whom i could
sucessfully download these songs. not because i'm trying to get around
buying stag when it's released, just because i'd lovee to hear the songs
now. anybody out there in possession of any of these mp3s and aol instant
messenger, please drop me a line offlist - i'll trade you for a track or
two of one of the best musicians you've never heard. or something.
        thanks -
        mandy

                big dipper hangin over the city
                you know everything now is different for me
                and it ain't no use in explaining
                 the scenery
                                                *ar*

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date:         fri, 22 dec 2000 21:12:03 est
reply-to:     lisa071573@aol.com
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subject:      bumperstickers / barbara kessler samplers
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hey! i just got my bumperstickers today :) they look spiffy! thanks barb!

thanks to everyone who responded about the barbara kessler cd samplers.. at
the moment they're alll spoken for but if anyone wants a tape sampler, just
e-mail me. and if i get any more of the cd's, i'll post to the list :)

lisa

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date:         sat, 23 dec 2000 02:13:22 est
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ok, it's silly, but i can figure out almost all of what she's saying in this
song (it musta came off of a nice boot) except for the first line.

i hear "you were talking a ticket, son, to try to put our finger on it".  i
think the end is right, but the beginning is definitely wrong.

please help.

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date:         sat, 23 dec 2000 06:07:27 -0800
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here is the e-mail again! anyone that thinks they may ever want these lyrics...please save this...it's already been posted twice...

d:)

as requested, here are the lyrics for lucy stoner, as well as another one of
amy's new songs - laramie.

these were taken from the versions she sang at the charlotte daemon show,
5/20/00.

=)
lisa

*************************************************
lucy stoner

we were talking of ticket slump
and trying to put our finger on it
quantify the undoing
each little step is just the lack of press
the refrigerator down at the boys club
with it's little magnets of poetry
find 100 different ways to say blow me

jannie wenner, jannie wenner
rolling stone's most fearless leader
gave the boys what they deserve
and with the girls it lost its nerve
oooh whoo now ooooo oooh whoo now

every post punk bar
there's a dressing room wall
where the rock boy band will makes its mark
with 100 different pictures of private parts
and some girl going down
and there's a faggot bashing poetry
but the boys are just saying love me please
and every hate filled phrase
you just give it away
oh yeah you give yourself away

jannie wenner, jannie wenner
rolling stone's most fearless leader
gave the boys what they deserve
and with the girls it lost its nerve

whooo hooo now ooooooo whoo hooo now

yeah we're testing 1 2 3 in the marketplace
but it's the demographic-based disgrace
and stupid secret white boy handshake
that we'll never be a part of
so when it's deejay blowing the morning show
i give you 100 reasons to just say no
i say come on girls let's go right now
aw girls let's go right now

lucy stoners don't need boners
ain't no man could ever own her
gave the boys who had the nerve
she's going to give the girls what they deserve
lucy stoners don't need boners
ain't no man could ever own her
with the boys she had the nerve
to give the girls what they deserve

aw whoo hoo now ooooo whoo hoo


***********************************************
laramie

we hit snow on the road to laramie
we all heard about that mess
but that town ain't nothing different
than the rest

poor man do the bidding for the rich man
those rednecks were just doing what
the classic fuckers thinking
the tolerance it ain't acceptance
i know you wanted it to be
when you're out in laramie

hey all you jokers
hunting seasons over
hey coalition
lay down your mission
hey all you jokers
hunting seasons over
hey coalition
won't you lay down your mission
lay it down now

all we need is a little addition
ounce of prevention and the will of the law
cause without something you could
put your finger on
somewhere somebody's going to call
call out in laramie

hey all you jokers
hunting seasons over
hey coalition
lay down your mission
hey all you jokers
hunting seasons over
hey coalition
time to lay down your ammunition
hey mother fuckers
hunting seasons over
hey coalition
won't you lay down your mission
lay down now

we hit snow on the road to laramie

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date:         sat, 23 dec 2000 10:38:51 est
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hey d!!  what's up with your bad self?

i'm the one who first posted the question for what the heck is that song
about?  lucy stoners, that is.  originally i asked if it was about
yani....i'm not too up to date on the music mags b/c i'm a lame ass.  i learn
so much from amy's songs!

-chee

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date:         sat, 23 dec 2000 10:43:26 -0800
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hey y'all~
     well i hope all of you are having an awesome
holiday season... i found out yesterday that i will
not be able to go back to school next semester due to
my grades and my parents decision to not let me go
back. so in other words, the real world has just given
me a real big swift kick in the @$$. so... now i have
absolutely no direction in life, even no car to get a
job. christ... what is one to do??? ok. i just needed
to vent. sorry to waste valuable ig list space.
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in a message dated 00-12-23 09:08:13 est, tomboy1969@cswebmail.com writes:

<<
here is the e-mail again! anyone that thinks they may ever want these
lyrics...please save this...it's already been posted twice... >>


ok, first off.... how do i put this nicely...i wasn't asking for all the
lyrics, but just a question about that particular one.  i disagree with some
of your lyrics...
also, why do you have to belittle me for asking?  it wasn't like they've been
posted recently, i don't save most of my list email, and this list (as far as
i know) does not have an easily accessed archive.  that said...

in the part about "dj blowing the morning show" i'm pretty sure it's "dj blow
and the morning show".  also, in "laramie", i think it's "what the class
above them's thinking" not what "classic fuckers thinking".

not all of us got to hear these songs live....
(:
mel

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       howdy all- i thought some of you players out there might take=20
interest... i am by no means a pro-tabber, but here they are.  if they dont=20
line up right on this copy/paste, email me and ill upload them to you in a=20
m.s. word file...

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saliers
transcribed by erin tripp

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lyrics:
(emily saliers)

welcome to why the church has died
in the heart of the exile, in the kingdom of hate
who owns the land and keeps the commands
and marries itself to the state.

modern scribes write "in jesus christ"
everyone is free
and the doors open wide to all straight men and women
but they are not open to me

chorus:
who is teaching kids to be soldiers?=20
to be marked by a plain white cross
and we kill just a little to save a lot more
the philosophy of loss

there are a few who would be true out of love
and love is hard
and don't think that our hands haven't shoveled the dirt
over their central american graveyards

doctors and witch-hunters stripped you bare
left you nothing for your earthly sins
yea but who made this noise? just a bunch of boys
and the one with the most toys wins

chorus:
and who is teaching kids to be gamblers?
life is a coin toss
and of course what you give up is what you gain=20
the philosophy of loss

whatever has happened to anyone else
could happen to you and to me
and the end of my youth was the possible truth
that it all happens randomly

chorus:
who is teaching our kids to be leaders?

and the way that it is, is meant to be
the philosophy of loss=e2=80=a6


<sigh>
if only i could turn up something half that lovely and graceful i'd quit=20
college and lose myself in the woods=e2=80=a6
at least we've been given someone who can=e2=80=a6 j

g'nite all,
erin

"if i saw my choice i might find my voice" ~e.s.


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<br>lyrics:
<br>(emily saliers)
<br>
<br>welcome to why the church has died
<br>in the heart of the exile, in the kingdom of hate
<br>who owns the land and keeps the commands
<br>and marries itself to the state.
<br>
<br>modern scribes write "in jesus christ"
<br>everyone is free
<br>and the doors open wide to all straight men and women
<br>but they are not open to me
<br>
<br>chorus:
<br>who is teaching kids to be soldiers?=20
<br>to be marked by a plain white cross
<br>and we kill just a little to save a lot more
<br>the philosophy of loss
<br>
<br>there are a few who would be true out of love
<br>and love is hard
<br>and don't think that our hands haven't shoveled the dirt
<br>over their central american graveyards
<br>
<br>doctors and witch-hunters stripped you bare
<br>left you nothing for your earthly sins
<br>yea but who made this noise? just a bunch of boys
<br>and the one with the most toys wins
<br>
<br>chorus:
<br>and who is teaching kids to be gamblers?
<br>life is a coin toss
<br>and of course what you give up is what you gain=20
<br>the philosophy of loss
<br>
<br>whatever has happened to anyone else
<br>could happen to you and to me
<br>and the end of my youth was the possible truth
<br>that it all happens randomly
<br>
<br>chorus:
<br>who is teaching our kids to be leaders?
<br>
<br>and the way that it is, is meant to be
<br>the philosophy of loss=e2=80=a6
<br>
<br>
<br><sigh>
<br>if only i could turn up something half that lovely and graceful i'd quit=
<br>college and lose myself in the woods=e2=80=a6
<br>at least we've been given someone who can=e2=80=a6 j
<br>
<br>g'nite all,
<br>erin
<br>
<br>"if i saw my choice i might find my voice" ~e.s.
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happy birthday to the following...

december 27 ('61)
melissa@ce1.com (melissa s. gordon)

december 28 ('73)
han-esther@yale.edu (the babesther)

december 30 ('73)
smurphy@juno.com (sundara)
"he said it's a long road to be forgiven..."
"when you're learning to face the path at your pace every choice is
worth your while..." "they tell me i'll be the first to praise the sun..."

december 31 ('70)
rcxsj@unix.ccc.nottingham.ad.uk (sharon jennings)
"you said good friends are hard to come by..."
"dry your tears, don't be thinking grey is here to stay..."

oh.susanna@dartmouth.edu (susan marine)

december 31 (' 70)
beccie lyon
(dovesland@yahoo.com or beccie@websunshine.com)
29 and holding on for dear life!!!!!!
"i said mother do you claim me...my beloved do you blame me"
and that was so sweet of you to send out to your mom!!! i hope the new
year finds you happy and well........

have fun celebrating, and everyone have a happy and safe holiday!!!!!!!!!!

love, peace and devotion,
audra
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just wanted to say... merry christmas y'all!!!
love, and peace,
~alyssa

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hey all, merry solstice or something...

i got the latf video for the holiday :) it's pretty spiffy.. i was watching
it thinking that the chandelier wasn't all that bad but by the end i was a
little annoyed with it. amy and emily looked gorgeous :) i was kinda bummed
they didn't show the real ctf from  the concert.. that's alwyas the best
part. oh well..

i know it was my suggestion, but i really like the "what would amy and emily
do?" bumper sticker :) i'm even considering putting it on my car...

oh someone on another list said they saw a bumper that said "george w. bush,
commander in thief" -- heh :)

:) lisa

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so its chirstmas and i am the good old parents house...so last night were
sitting in the living room playing trivial persuit, and my parents heater
keeps coming on.  well it makes this humming sound...it sounds exactly like
the beginning of go.  so everytime the heat comes on i'm like all in the mood
to yell "through the dust bowl through the debt"........amyray.....thought
i'd share....ps i graduated college on friday and on  my cap in gold glitter
i put  "closer to fine"....and because of this i got to meet the president of
the school. and the whole stage pannel.   they were very interested in
it...and the pres wants me to send him the lyrics to the song.....great huh..

carla ;o)

"spend my time being broken hearted and grieving bound"  amy ray

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>so its chirstmas and i am the good old parents house...so last night were <br>sitting in the living room playing trivial persuit, and my parents heater <br>keeps coming on.  well it makes this humming sound...it sounds exactly like <br>the beginning of go.  so everytime the heat comes on i'm like all in the mood <br>to yell "through the dust bowl through the debt"........amyray.....thought <br>i'd share....ps i graduated college on friday and on  my cap in gold glitter <br>i put  "closer to fine"....and because of this i got to meet the president of <br>the school. and the whole stage pannel.   they were very interested in <br>it...and the pres wants me to send him the lyrics to the song.....great huh..
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<br>carla ;o)
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does anyone know if there is a winamp skin of ig
anywhere?  thanks!

-lauryn

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i got retrospective cd it sounds great on my new discman! i wanted to
have it,  i wanted it for devotion,and leaving, didn't think they were
worth a full priced cd so it went on my list.

i still don't know what to make of them yet, i've heard them twice,if a
song is good i will get into it with no problemwhen i am alone so i can
sing.( i will only sing to my discman when i'm alone.)

i wish it were more new stuff, but if they did that, they couldn't call
it "retrospective"
could they?

oh, and btw they used my question for the emily chat that was posted
saturday!! check it
out at www.indigogirls.com.

peace
barb

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in a message dated 12/25/2000 1:45:50 pm eastern standard time,
lisa071573@aol.com writes:


> oh someone on another list said they saw a bumper that said "george w. bush,
> commander in thief" -- heh :)
>
> :) lisa
>

oh my..... this is one of the best quotes i heard about bush so
far...cool...lol
luna

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><body bgcolor="#ffffff"><font  size=3>in a message dated 12/25/2000 1:45:50 pm eastern standard time, <br>lisa071573@aol.com writes:
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<br></font><font  color="#000000" size=2 family="sansserif" face="arial" lang="0">
<br><blockquote type=cite style="border-left: #0000ff 2px solid; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 0px; padding-left: 5px">oh someone on another list said they saw a bumper that said "george w. bush,
<br>commander in thief" -- heh :)
<br>
<br>:) lisa
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<br></font><font  color="#000000" size=3 family="sansserif" face="arial" lang="0">
<br>oh my..... this is one of the best quotes i heard about bush so <br>far...cool...lol
<br>luna
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hey all!

for solstice/christmas i got a cd burner!!!  so that means that pretty soon
(after i figure out how to use the thing) i'll be able to trade cd boots as
well!  yah!!!  of course i don't get to start using it until wednesday
because the one that was given to me was a lemon.  after spending an hour on
the phone with the tech support people, they told me that it was shot (in
their words) and to exchange it for a working one.  oh well.  but yeah, after
wednesday i hope to have a new one (a non-lemon model) and i hope to be
figuring it out.

merry christmas/happy solstice/happy hanukkah/happy kwanzaa etc!

:-) karen

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>hey all!
<br>
<br>for solstice/christmas i got a cd burner!!!  so that means that pretty soon <br>(after i figure out how to use the thing) i'll be able to trade cd boots as <br>well!  yah!!!  of course i don't get to start using it until wednesday <br>because the one that was given to me was a lemon.  after spending an hour on <br>the phone with the tech support people, they told me that it was shot (in <br>their words) and to exchange it for a working one.  oh well.  but yeah, after <br>wednesday i hope to have a new one (a non-lemon model) and i hope to be <br>figuring it out.
<br>
<br>merry christmas/happy solstice/happy hanukkah/happy kwanzaa etc!
<br>
<br>:-) karen
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my bumper on my appartment door reads, "not
another sonfabush in the white house."

i don't want to start up the buh/gore threads please email me in
private.  thankyou.

barb

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hi everyone,

i got the remastered rop for christmas-with incorrect
liner notes, and i was wondering how any of you guys
managed to get new (correct) ones?

thanks,
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well friends...i hope all are having a blessed holiday season...i went to my little sisters house ( she is 31 now ) her son i helped raise from birth until 9 yrs old ( he is 15 now and 6'4") anyway....the ig related thing..they got him a phenomenal new amplifier with like a million bells and whistles and a new keyboard etc to mix and burn cd's  of his own and stuff...well he set it all up and wanted to play me something he had been working on. i about died..i will admit to letting a few tears escape...my little guy began to play power of two, get out the map and leeds...he had worked up a combined version of the three leading into each other etc...
i could not believe it. i used to play him ig and such on my cassette player each day /night to go to sleep for nap or bed time..also threw in some kitaro ( which he referred to as "pretty music " when he was 3 and 5 yrs old....

he listens to all the stuff a 15 yr old wold as well as the other music..but he still listens to the people and music i introduced him to. my sister , who is an md said at times she thinks he is more my kid than hers...
i was blown away.....

just had to share...
sparkie

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hi all! so sorry for the nigc - hope y'all had a wonderful holiday . . .

anyhow i have been cleaning my room and found a box of 20-30 pearl jam
bootlegs tapes from live concerts 1991-1995 (i think) they are of varying
quality and aren't all labeled very well. i am interested in trading them
for a few good bootleg cds. so if anyone is interested in trading a few
bootleg cds for a box of tapes please email me privately with an offer or
any questions.

thanks,
tammy

p.s. any suggestions on shipping them would be greatly appreciated they are
heavy!
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are the ig reissues of sf, ig,nis, rop
say "remastered" on the outside?

barb

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santa was very kind and brought me a hp external cd burner (to replace my old
*always* problematic pacific digital internal one.)

question: this is 4 x 4 x 6x speed. is there a significant, worthwhile
difference betwixt this speed and a faster internal cousin ?

i can exchange this for a faster internal drive one, but it is worth the
hassle of having it installed?

does anyone out there have this brand or speed?

thanks :)
katherine

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ok remember a while ago someone sent all this indigo stuff to the list...it
had um....the cool screen saver with all the pix...and the ig waiting sigh
with the two women sign...and the ig wallpaper...with the cool pix...and
indigo girls across the middle.  well i erased it accidently and i can't find
it...can someone please send it to me again...or send me the file name so i
know what to look for....i would appreciate it soooo much.....thanks

carla :o)

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>ok remember a while ago someone sent all this indigo stuff to the list...it <br>had um....the cool screen saver with all the pix...and the ig waiting sigh <br>with the two women sign...and the ig wallpaper...with the cool pix...and <br>indigo girls across the middle.  well i erased it accidently and i can't find <br>it...can someone please send it to me again...or send me the file name so i <br>know what to look for....i would appreciate it soooo much.....thanks
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hey all~
    so i finally got retrospective today... after i did not get it for
christmas i went to the mall and bought it. but it is all good. i now have it
and love it because, hey, it's by the girls!! who wouldn't love it? :o) i
also bought the single of cold beer and remote control because i am a freak
and i did not have that particular cd yet. yeah so anyway.... another piece
of good news is that my parents decided today that they were going to buy me
a car, so... i now have a 99 chevy cavalier to my name. totally random but
hell i am not complaining. i hope you all had a good a christmas as i did.
:o) peace all
~alyssa
p.s. lani, i am an idiot and i lost your email address yet again. my bad.
so.. if it is not so much trouble please please please email me!

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hey everybody!

hope y'all having a great holiday season.  haven't seen this posted to the
list yet and it's a really fascinating read.  i can't help but say how
excited i am to hear that plans are being made for a european tour in the
fall of 2001!!!  :-)  we've had a 5 year indigo drought, so we're still
living in hope.

enjoy,

claudine

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emily saliers chat transcript-12/19/2000

after taking time off from everything indigo... when you get back into the
swing of playing and touring, do you have to go through a re-adjustment
period when you feel like your fingertips are going to fall off if you have
to play another note? or, by this point, have you developed fingers of
steel?
lisa

well, if i haven't played for a while and we get back into rehearsals, my
fingers are very sore. no matter how much we've rehearsed when we start
playing shows again, my fingers always get sore. it takes about three days
to turn them back into fingertips of steel.

i just have to say that your music has touched me very deeply and i have
loved every concert that i've ever been to. my question is this: what
is(are) your favorite song(s) to sing on stage and why?
sarah

well at different times i have different favorite songs. one of my favorite
songs this year of amy's that we played with the band was "ozilline,"
because it paid tribute to the land and to people we love and it always felt
good. a song of mine that always means something to me when we play it is
"love's recovery," because no matter how much time has passed since i wrote
that song, it always seems to speak about something that's happening in the
present.

after selling your piano last year does that mean we are not going to hear
any new music by you via that medium?
annette

no, it doesn't mean that! that was just a good way to earn some money for
honor the earth. i have since bought an electric keyboard and have started
playing again. i really need lessons though. i'm going to try and get some
piano pointers during my time off.

what are your favorite dishes at the biscuit and watershed?
abby

at the flying biscuit, my favorite dish is probably the spicy eggs wrapped
in the tortilla. i forget what it is called. at watershed, i truly have five
or six favorites, but i'd have to lean towards the spicy shrimp spaghetti.

emily, do you ever get embarrassed by women's obvious attraction to
you...say, women screaming and calling your name while you are on stage?
shelly

no. i think we have the greatest fans in the world. and if people want to
yell things out, they should feel free.

what gives you inspiration for your amazing songs and lyrics?
staci

just about everything in life. i think the most important thing is to be as
observant as possible in your daily life.so things like change of the
weather, or good art, a good book or a good film, or personal relationships
and probably, most pointedly, world events.

i am reading a biography on virginia woolf and i am completely captivated. i
know you have read some of her stuff - what can you recommend? what an
amazing life...
kelly

i have to say, as soon as you said you were captivated, it brought that
feeling back to me of the first time i read about her and read her work. i
would recommend reading the letters. there is a collection of several
volumes of her letters. it's called "the letters of virginia woolf," edited
by nigel nicolson and joanne trautmann. there are several volumes. that's
what really got me started on her.

when you play live shows night after night, how are you able to keep the
fire and energy in your singing and get totally worn out? you seem to leave
so much of yourself on the stage, and we, the fans, appreciate it.
fred

well, we make a fresh set list every night, so we only pick songs we want to
sing. that being said, we also leave room for some requests. and,
personally, being able to play music is such a great gift. it continuously
regenerates you. i can't imagine ever not feeling thankful for being able to
play a show. and our fans kick ass.that makes it easy.

back in the summer of 1995, or maybe it was the summer of 1996, i saw you
two perform at newport. it was during this show that you pulled the piano
out on stage and introduced a new song called "winthrop." i was completely
moved by the beauty of that song and have always been wondering if you ever
released it. what ever came of "winthrop?"
cindy

we never released it. we chose the song "leeds" to go on the record.
"winthrop" is just kind of floating in song limbo-land. it is possible that
i will play it live again, but i'm not sure whether we will ever release it

i last saw you in columbus, ohio in oct. at newport music hall and i gave
sully a vhs of the joni mitchell tribute and misc. to give to you...did you
get it? and if so, how much did you enjoy seeing and hearing james taylor
sing "river" by joni????
gloria

i watched the show but i have to say, honestly, i can't remember if it is
the tape you gave me. my favorite part of the whole night was diana krall
singing "case of you." thanks for thinking of me.

who would you say has influenced your style of solo's and diddley-do's?
lisa

i still have such a long way to go as a guitar player.i can't say that i can
name an influence. it's just me trying to find my way.

do you find that the songs that begin only with lyrics turn out to be your
better songs? or is it the other way around, with your melody first songs
being stronger? i'm dying to know more about the genesis of "closer to fine"
did it begin with words or was it that opening riff...
rebecca

usually, i'll find a chord progression that feels good, but the lyrics and
the chords almost happen simultaneously. i never write just a bunch of music
or a full lyric. i always work on them and change them at the same time.

how do you choose your opening acts?
kyre

a lot of our opening acts are bands or artists on amy's label, daemon
records. obviously, we believe in them. typically, they have a cd out that
we are trying to help them promote. or we pick friends from home, or
sometimes just a band we've heard about that we like a lot.

haven't seen you since swamp ophelia tour in uk. any chance of british
dates?
ichampney@aol.com

yup. we are in the process of planning a return trip to europe. it might
happen in fall of 2001. just keep checking the website.

who would you like to collaborate with in the future?
deb

i don't know yet.things just seem to unfold naturally and we run across
other musicians in our travels and make plans fairly spontaneously. but i've
certainly always wanted to work with stevie wonder, the producer dallas
austin, and queen latifah.

you've traveled all over the world, what is the one place that you love
playing more than anywhere else??
jen

that is such a hard question to answer. it's a big world. we actually
haven't traveled all over the world, so i may discover a favorite place
yet.red rocks in colorado is pretty awesome, the tabernacle here in atlanta,
and we had a very special night in belfast, northern ireland that i will
never forget. i can't really think of a place i don't love playing.

i love you and amy. i know amy is coming out with her solo soon! when are
you coming out with a solo album?
renee

i haven't made plans specifically.but i will come out with a solo album at
some point. and i may do it when our contract with sony is up, two records
from now.

i am a bit confused.please tell me you guys have not broken up with the
band.
paula

we have definitely not broken up the band. amy and i love playing together
even after 20 years. this was just and opportunity for amy to express
herself personally, in a way that's different from what we've done together.
we look at it like any good partnership.whatever helps the individual grow
helps the partnership grow.

is it petrifying or intense to be so vulnerable on stage? do you ever feel
weird knowing that the whole world has access to your deepest feelings?
alha@att.net

i really don't think about that. the songs are extremely personal, but
there's never been a filter between the creative process and the
performance. being vulnerable is part of being a performer, unless you are
limp bizkit, and we just aren't that kind of band! i do think that our
vulnerability and honesty are what turns some people off to our music, but
it's really the only way we know how to be. and there's a place in the world
for limp bizkit, too.

what is the craziest dream you've had lately? do you ever dream with music?
have you ever had a riff or a melody come to you via r.e.m.?
chee

i have dreamt songs before, but by the time i get up, i've forgotten them. i
had a dream recently that i was in a prison with a bunch of my friends and
love ones, but we were surrounded by tremendous love and natural beauty,
which is probably close to reality, but it was very vivid contradiction
between the surrounding natural beauty and the prison of people within it.
and i dream a lot about potato chips for some reason.i don't know what that
means!

i believe i read sometime ago you stated you were working on a book with
your dad regarding faith and music/art. how's that project going and when do
you think it will be published? i'd really be interested in what you both
have to say.
janine

we're coming to the final stages. there are many collaborators. start
looking for it late 2001. it's supposed to be written for teenagers, and
there were teenagers who helped us write our chapters.

hello to all, my question is who is the elderly man you hear on the song
"hey kind friend"? also, is the song written with anyone in mind? thanks for
the great music. keep on truckin!
song4u219@aol.com

actually it wasn't an elderly man, it was a friend of ours, benjamin. he was
fixture in the atlanta music seen for many years, most recently with a band
called smoke. ben passed away last year. amy wrote than song about some
travels she had with some friends when she was in the northwest.

your spiritual path has changed since your religious upbringing. it is
evident in your recent songwriting - how have you remained a non-cynical
human being in today's society? you are a role model for myself and many
others. thank you. i love you.
rardmc@aol.com

well, i think just because you can see destruction and evil in the world,
you can also wee beauty and hope. i feel blessed to have witnessed hope time
and time again in different context. and i believe all things in life are
interconnected and that we are on a path of learning, and because i believe
it so deeply, it makes me hopeful.

okay this may seem like a trivial question, but it has perplexed me for a
very long time. i have listened and watched diligently and cannot figure out
what you are singing in the background of shed your skin. y'know, the part
where amy is singing, "i've been looking to find you, but it's a little too
late....". every time i go in search for lyrics i come up empty handed
(either that or folks try to tell me what amy is singing). i could never
sing it of course! your part is way out of my range, but i would still like
to know what you are singing in the background there. thanks and happy
holidays.
shedyourskin23

i assume you mean the really high vocal part. it is the beginning line of a
song called "gracias a la vida," and it's one of the most beautiful songs
ever written.

obviously, most of your songs derive from your personal experiences. what
kind of reactions do they have on the people in your life, to whom you
allude to in your songwriting?
cindy

well, i try not to be too obvious if i'm going to say something mean! if i
say something loving and the person recognizes himself/herself in it, they
definitely get a kick out of it. i think it would be fun to have a song
written about you. but i don't write about things that would cause personal
pain to someone, as far as exposing their personal lives.

what is the most challenging piece for you to sing or play, and why? do you
find it more challenging to play amy's songs or your own?
kara

it really depends on the song. some of amy's are challenging, some of mine
are. one of amy's that was challenging for a while was "shed your skin" in a
verse where i had to play a guitar line and sing a different vocal part at
the same time. whenever that happens in a song, it takes me a while to get
that. and then, songs where i'm playing the piano are personally
challenging, just because i'm not that familiar with the instrument.

emily- on recent albums, the indigo girls have taken on a decidedly more
"rock" sound. are you planning on sticking with this new sound for good or
are you going to return to the folk sound heard on the older albums?
-nikki

the next record we are planning on making this coming summer is going to be
a return to more of our folk roots. i'm actually still in the mood to rock
out, but amy has wanted to make a folk record for a while, so we both agree
that it is time to do that.

how do you plan to spend your time off?
tixbysteve

well, i'm going to be song writing, i'm going to be doing some co-song
writing with different writers, i'd like to learn to speak spanish, i'll be
reading, helping out with my restaurant, watershed, traveling some.and that
should about take me up to june.

hey. the indigo girls are known for your harmonies. it seems like as your
music evolves, you put fewer and fewer harmonies in your songs. i was
wondering whether that was because you and amy are writing less for each
other.
~megan

well, we never wrote for each other. some of the songs still have a lot of
harmony and i think some times the harmony, or the impact of the harmony
gets partially hidden by the production on the records. when we play the
songs acoustic, just the two of us, it feels to us as if there is as much
harmony as ever. you can look for plenty of harmony on the next record
because it is going to be an acoustic record.

ghost is by far my favorite song, i wanted to know if you had some story to
go along with it?
emily

ghost was actually written sort of cumulatively. i was recollecting several
relationships or people i had known who had haunted me in one way or
another, and i sort of gathered all of their memories into one song to
create the great big "ghost"!

thank you for sharing your time and music with us. is there any chance of
you and amy putting out a cd of songs that never made it on an official
release? songs such as play it again sam, the untitled song, don't give up
on me baby, carry me away... i could go on but you know what i'm getting at.
any chance?
world falls

probably not. anything can happen, but amy and i sometimes listen to those
old songs and can't stand them! i think they mark a period of time very
early on in our songwriting development, and while some of our fans may be
attached maybe for sentimental reasons, it's probably not a good idea to put
out a collection. we'll just keep them were they are.

you and amy had a lot of great guest artists on "come on now social". i was
extremely pleased that sheryl crow made an appearance on two songs. you've
even had legends like david crosby, graham nash, and jackson browne joining
you in the past. what draws you to invite certain artists to contribute to
an album or song?
megan

we just pick some of our favorite artists. i'm sure if neil young would come
play on our album, we'd love to have him! sheryl is one of my favorite
contemporary artists and i love the work she did on the album. when david
and jackson were on the record almost 10 years ago, i had grown up with
their music, so it was like a dream come true. we pick artists who we think
can bring something special. sometimes they're famous, and sometimes they
are not.

>from cathy:
i know this is long, but i would love to know how you would answer the
questionaire that is always at the end of inside the actor's studio (popular
tv on the bravo channel). it's a questionaire actually taken from bernard
pivot, a french talk show host. it goes like this:
what is your favorite word?

i love words, how can i pick one? my favorite word is love.
least favorite word?
cunt
what sound do you love?
i love the sound of a dog's toenails on a hardwood floor.
what sound do you hate?
the sound of siren.
what turns you on? (excites, motivates, inspires you?)
possibility.
what turns you off?
greed
what is your favorite curse word?
fuck
what profession other than your own would like to attempt?
teaching
what profession would you not like to attempt?
oil drilling
and, finally, if there is a heaven, what would you like to hear god say
to you when you arrive?
all the people you lost are here and eventually everybody ends up here with
their souls in perfectly good shape. there is no suffering here and no
military. i could use a couple of hours to ponder those questions! these
answers are just kind of off the top of my head.

i was just wondering if you ever actually read the letters that fans like me
have written. i hope you do!
amy

sometimes we do. we can't really read nearly as many as we used to.

hi emily. i am interested in becoming more active in the gay/civil rights
movement. what profession do you see as having the greatest impact on this
movement? how would you suggest getting involved?
stacey

i would call the national gay and lesbian task force (ngltf). they have an
office in washington and they are just a really well run group with outreach
to communities all over america. they can certainly best describe where the
need is. i always look to them when i have question about what is going on
in the gay community. thank god you want to be involved!

rumor has it that the indigo girls' deal with epic will soon be fulfilled.
will you guys stick with epic or go indie?
jeremyandfil@aol.com

we have two more records left, so it could actually be a few years until the
deal is up. and we will most likely go indie, but a lot can change in a few
years and i don't really want to cross that bridge until we get to it.

i read in a magazine that you are an owner of a restaurant called
"watershed." could you send more information about this endeavor, especially
the location?
beckwolf@aol.com

it is located at 406 west ponce de leon ave. decatur, ga 30030. the phone
number is 404-378-4900. the food focuses on freshly prepared rustic
fare...something your mamma may make, only better! and we have an incredible
wine list, with over 50 wines served by the glass. it is a very laid back
atmosphere. i have three other partners who own it with me.

my question is this: have you ever written a song about amy? or vise-versa?
i've always wondered.
carolyn

no, we never have. wait! actually, we did a long, long time ago. amy wrote a
song. it was called "tuesday's children" and it was about our experiences
playing in a bar. she wrote that over 20 years ago!

so what are your thoughts on the new president?
lupe24a@aol.com

ugh. you know, if there's two things i am cynical about it is politics and
the media. until he actually takes office and makes good on themes of
reconciliation, i'll remain cynical and continue to work as hard as i can as
a citizen to protect the rights that i cherish, and promote equality for
oppressed people.

kia ora and hi emily - do you have any plans to come to new zealand in the
future?
sue

well, we are making plans to go back to australia and hopefully we can
include new zealand. it is one of the most beautiful places i've ever been.
it depends on tour routing and economics, probably.

you mentioned a while back that you were interested in learning some more
about music theory. being a classical cellist who studies music theory, i
was curious to know if you have pursued this any further. if so, what
sparked your interest and.... do you need any tutoring?
sharlene

i haven't pursued it any further.we just got off the road. and i'm not
actually sure how i will pursue it, unless i can do it via computer because
it is so hard to fit a class into such a short period of time off. but i
think that theory will be a helpful tool for me to express myself in more of
a fleshed out way, musically.

in your song, "cold beer and remote control," what are you singing about? is
it society's apathy towards important issues and people not wanting to get
involved or is it your need to kick back and relax and take a break from
your busy lifestyle? both? or neither?
lisa g.

it's definitely not about needing to kick back and relax! it's a song about
a person who feels despondent, and wants to be removed from what he sees as
the futility of reality.

what goes into the making of an ig show, and what's a typical day in the
studio like?
barb

well, at show usually we get to sound check in the afternoon, and we check
our guitars and our voices over the sound system and make sure everything's
okay, and then we eat dinner together along with the crew, and we make a set
list, and then we play the show and then we get on the bus and drive to the
next town. a day in the studio can vary from one day to the next. we might
work on instrumental parts, getting a good drum track, getting a good vocal
performance, putting pieces together, bringing in other musicians to play or
sing. it takes a lot of concentration working in the studio. it makes me
sleep very well!

you seem to have a strong belief in god, have you ever had "religious" and
or "spiritual" difficulties around being gay? if so, how did you come to
terms with it? i won't even try to express how much your music means to
me... please accept my heartfelt thanks and my prayers for you to have a
life full of love, peace and contentment.
suzanne

thank you. i have never had spiritual struggle with being gay. i think those
that do suffer from years and years of spiritual misinterpretation, and that
god created us to love each other. when two people love each other
consensually and with respect, it doesn't matter if they are of the same
sex. in time, the evolution of gay rights, for lack of a better term, will
make us look back and wonder why there was such hatred and homophobia. but i
sincerely doubt we will get to that point of understanding during my
lifetime.

i know what a strong influence joni mitchell has been to you over the years.
with that in mind, i was wondering if you have met her yet and if you have
what was your reaction was. it would be great to hear you do a duet.
mkultrajen@aol.com

i would love to work with joni! for sure! i've never met her. i've seen her
in concert. and i don't think i want to meet her unless it happens
naturally.

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if cathy is on this list - the woman who put the questions from inside the
actors studio on the emily questionaire - good thinking!  what a great quick
set of questions.  and an excellent show...thanks!

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> haven't seen you since swamp ophelia tour in uk. any chance of british
> dates?
> ichampney@aol.com
>
> yup. we are in the process of planning a return trip to europe. it might
> happen in fall of 2001. just keep checking the website.

yay! they might be coming to the uk :) *happy feelings all over...*

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hey, everyone,
    just wanted to report in from philadelphia that retrospective clocked in
at no. 50 on the wxpn top 50 of the year. not a terribly distinguishing
achievement, but it beats no. 51, whatever that was. and all of the delaware
valley and internet points beyond got to hear the cd in its entirety this
morning.
happy new year!
deb

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i spent last evening working on my glass and watching/listening to all the videos i have of the girls....i found myself realizing the changes they have made ( physically as well as emotionally and artistically ) over the years.....
i was wondering if you all perhaps can expound upon a point or area that perhaps the girls have grown , expanded their base, etc..be it in their content of lyrics the meanings, ..the standard or detail of their music...the commitment of their activism which has perhaps meant the most or struck a chord with you over the last 15 years or so ( or for however known their music and message)...

sparkie.....

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sparkie wrote,
<< i was wondering if you all perhaps can expound upon a point or area that
perhaps the girls have grown , expanded their base, etc..be it in their
content of lyrics the meanings, ..the standard or detail of their music...the
commitment of their activism which has perhaps meant the most or struck a
chord with you over the last 15 years or so ( or for however known their
music and message)...
  >>
    well, first of all, they are much less reticent on their sexuality (see:
it's alright). i also think they are not afraid to tackle tough issues,
particularly social action issues, in their songs anymore. they were more
personal, general in the earlier stuff, but come out right now and talk about
things like the death penalty, etc. now. musically, i think they take more
chances and their songs are more complex (at least i cannot learn them as
easily as i did in the "old" days). i think all of this comes from a larger
sense of self-confidence. i think they know they likely will never be stars
on par with the britneys or bowies or stones of the world, but they have a
faithful, enthusiastic following and they know we will enjoy their music. and
they *have* had their fair share of commercial success, so i think they
develop confidence from that, too. i think it was odetta who said something
like she'd rather have a 50-year career than a 50-city tour of huge arenas.
deb

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i would also agree...but on a more personal level..what action or change or development has struck closest to home...most meaning ful to yourself....

>>> <woodelldc@aol.com> 12/28/00 08:57am >>>
sparkie wrote,
<< i was wondering if you all perhaps can expound upon a point or area that
perhaps the girls have grown , expanded their base, etc..be it in their
content of lyrics the meanings, ..the standard or detail of their music...the
commitment of their activism which has perhaps meant the most or struck a
chord with you over the last 15 years or so ( or for however known their
music and message)...
  >>
    well, first of all, they are much less reticent on their sexuality (see:
it's alright). i also think they are not afraid to tackle tough issues,
particularly social action issues, in their songs anymore. they were more
personal, general in the earlier stuff, but come out right now and talk about
things like the death penalty, etc. now. musically, i think they take more
chances and their songs are more complex (at least i cannot learn them as
easily as i did in the "old" days). i think all of this comes from a larger
sense of self-confidence. i think they know they likely will never be stars
on par with the britneys or bowies or stones of the world, but they have a
faithful, enthusiastic following and they know we will enjoy their music. and
they *have* had their fair share of commercial success, so i think they
develop confidence from that, too. i think it was odetta who said something
like she'd rather have a 50-year career than a 50-city tour of huge arenas.
deb

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date:         thu, 28 dec 2000 11:10:03 est
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sparkie clarified:

<< i would also agree...but on a more personal level..what action or change
or development has struck closest to home...most meaning ful to yourself....
  >>
    well, i guess their coming out strikes closest to home, personally,
because i feel very strongly that people in the public eye do a great service
to gay people of all ages by coming out. i cannot believe the people my age
(45) who still have to be closeted at work. i wouldn't want anyone to be
outed, but i think people should come out. people like ig doing it makes it
easier for the rest of us.
    but all of their political/social issues, too, because i admire people
who are not afraid to take chances that way. it makes me proud that the word
liberal is not a dirty word. and that there are still good people fighting
for good causes.
deb

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date:         thu, 28 dec 2000 10:58:36 -0600
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okay, as we all know amy and emily are in this movie.  i love this movie and
was watching it last night since it was on the encore channel.  my question
is this...
in the scene where whoopi's character is singing "anything you want, you got
it" (not sure if that is the title of the song or not, but just go with me)
and the camera is panning around the room you see a person standing in a
window next to the piano.  i swear that person is amy.  am i the only one
who sees this?  does anyone know who it is?  it bothered me the last time i
watched the movie.  and last night it made me even more curious.  so,
someone kindly fill me in please.  thank you!

mi rinda

"got to learn to respect what we don't understand." -ar

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it's definitely amy...
however, emily is no where to be found in the scene :-(
-j.

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> okay, as we all know amy and emily are in this movie.  i love this movie
and
> was watching it last night since it was on the encore channel.  my
question
> is this...
> in the scene where whoopi's character is singing "anything you want, you
got
> it" (not sure if that is the title of the song or not, but just go with
me)
> and the camera is panning around the room you see a person standing in a
> window next to the piano.  i swear that person is amy.  am i the only one
> who sees this?  does anyone know who it is?  it bothered me the last time
i
> watched the movie.  and last night it made me even more curious.  so,
> someone kindly fill me in please.  thank you!
>
> mi rinda
>
> "got to learn to respect what we don't understand." -ar
>
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it's been years since i have seen this film, but yes, the camera does pan
over amy at least once.
sharon

at 10:58 am 12/28/00 -0600, kovacs, mirinda wrote:
>okay, as we all know amy and emily are in this movie.  i love this movie and
>was watching it last night since it was on the encore channel.  my question
>is this...
>in the scene where whoopi's character is singing "anything you want, you got
>it" (not sure if that is the title of the song or not, but just go with me)
>and the camera is panning around the room you see a person standing in a
>window next to the piano.  i swear that person is amy.  am i the only one
>who sees this?  does anyone know who it is?  it bothered me the last time i
>watched the movie.  and last night it made me even more curious.  so,
>someone kindly fill me in please.  thank you!
>
>mi rinda

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in agreement yes it is amy....and emily is not in that scene.  but at the
party after the girl has died...they are outside at a picnic like thing...and
emily is sitting on a bench with i guitar i think...check it out..

carla :o)

"spend my time being broken hearted and grieving bound"  amy ray

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>from the faq, v.3.6 (not in any way a flame, just pointing out that this
info can be found there):

8.2 where and when do amy and emily appear in "boys on the side"?

in addition to the album version of "power of two" being used as part of
the soundtrack to "boys on the side", amy and emily also appear, as
themselves, in several scenes in the movie. (timings are approximate,
taken from the beginning of the movie.)
        -0:42 - on stage as a bar band in tucson, arizona. they play
                "joking" and also appear in several scenes over the next five
                minutes. during the scene when emily sings "southland in the
                springtime" amy can be seen sitting against the wall behind her.
        -1:38 - amy can be seen in the far right of the crowd that greets
                holly as she comes home with her baby.
        -1:40 - during the party which follows holly's homecoming, amy and
                emily can both be seen when the camera pans around the yard during
                "mellow yellow". amy is standing, wearing a purplish shirt and
                playing guitar; emily is sitting at the table in a green shirt,
                playing guitar and singing.
        -1:43 - during the scene in which jane is singing "you got it",
                amy can be seen when the camera pans around the room, leaning
                against a window casement behind a lamp.

there you have it. this was not my contribution to the faq, however, so if
anything's off, it ain't me.

happy 2001,
amy m.

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