lifeblood: listlogs: 2000-12e


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date:         fri, 29 dec 2000 08:34:47 -0000
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happy holidays, everyone!
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date:         fri, 29 dec 2000 10:21:16 est
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i'd have to say what has meant the most to me
is the increase in their instrumentation over
the years.

they use a variety of sounds to stretch the
definition of what they do. everything from
electric guitars to pianos to banjos all have
a place in an ig song now. i know the
next album will be acoustic, but i'm sure it
have a variety of sounds as always.

happy new year y'all...

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date:         fri, 29 dec 2000 08:34:43 -0800
reply-to:     amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
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i have the following extra list t-shirts available:

babydoll: 5
l: 14
xl: 19
xxl: 5

prices are the same - $11 for the babydoll, $12 for the l-xl, $14 for
the xxl, plus shipping. my order form online is still working
(hopefully) at http://www.indigirl.com/order.html.

but here's the deal: i'm moving in 6 weeks and i'd like the shirts out
of here before then. so, i'd prefer paypal for getting the money to me.
it's the quickest and the easiest for me to track. plus, my roommate
doesn't have the best track record for giving me my mail promptly and
i'd rather not have to deal with that right now!

also, i believe paypal is now accepting credit cards and international
orders, so it seems like a more viable option. if you sign up for the
first time, you get a $5 credit, so it can really help with the cost of
the shirt!

if you want a shirt, please enter an order and pay by 1/5/01. the first
people to place their orders get the shirts. i will mail all the shirts
at once the following weekend.

if you placed an order a while back but never paid, consider that order
cancelled and place another order if you really want a shirt.

i do not have any xxxl shirts leftover - i'm sorry! :(

please email me privately with any questions.

thanks!
amy

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date:         fri, 29 dec 2000 12:04:28 est
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love this thread,


hey kf's,

i started listening in 1989 to closer to fine. what caught me was the free
sound of the acoustic guitars. the voices were of course great too. that's
what made me buy the tape.

what made me fall in love with them, what made me re-define my personal
acceptance of what good music is, what changed me as a writer, and an artist
is their lyrics.

they didn't sing about partys, they didn't sing about needing to be with
someone else or else their lives didn't have meaning.

they did sing songs of love, with out ever saying "i love you", they
prophetized the questions in life that we ask, but can't from into words.

in the begining, they didn't sing with an activist toungue.

now , i see i do skip past more songs then i used to. personaly, i don't need
to have awareness of native indians brought up to me, of course i don't like
the idea of government planting radioactive material in my drinking water,
but at the same time i don't need to listen to how wrong it is in harmony.

personly, i'm pro-capital punishment, but, even thought i disagree with amy
in faye tucker, i still think the song rocks!

i love the girls because of the music, the harmonies and the songs of
personal, spirital growth. personaly, my political indifferance keeps me from
needing music to highten my political aweareness.


happy new year

joe
brooklyn,ny

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date:         fri, 29 dec 2000 14:58:02 -0500
reply-to:     deb <indigo@mindspring.com>
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subject:      my thoughts on 2000...
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i think it's been a good year for the girls... good shows, lots of releases (including video), a couple of fine new songs (i *love* "devotion" and "leaving"), a solo project for amy (i don't expect to love it, but i still think it will benefit the band in the long run).  here's hoping for an equally interesting 2001.

i've posted my annual top 10 cds of 2000 in my artist spotlight at <http://www.mindspring.com/~indigo/music.html>, i hope some of you will follow links to check out things you might have an interest in, and support these fine artists.  feedback is welcome, and i always reserve the right to change it based on the plentiful feedback i always receive. :-)

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very urgent! peltier poll on vote.com=20=20=20


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subject: fw: peltier poll on vote.com
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hi

<<message: [amnestyinternational] very urgent! peltier poll on vote.com
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if you want your voice to be heard on this or any other issue, then please
take the time to write, call, fax, email the people who matter _personally_.
the time you spend is exponentially proportinate to the attention it
recieves.

this poll is non-scientific, non-binding, and will likely be thrown in the
nearest trash-can-shaped object by anybody it reaches. (it is, however, a
great attractor of eyeball time for an advertising-driven website).

i don't like being so negative, but hey, if something happens my way that's
deceptive, misleading or not covered in chocolate, then it might well get
batted back.

next week: therapeutic touch - two words, two lies!

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date:         sat, 30 dec 2000 01:37:54 -0000
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this bit of news is helping to end my year on an up note, so i thought i
would share.

wishing you peace, justice and a happy 2001,
robbin

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>according to gay journalist rex wockner and planetout:
>
>traverse city, michigan, is putting rainbow bumper stickers on every
>city-owned vehicle, including police cars, fire trucks and snowplows. the
>two-county bay area transportation authority will put them on its 50-bus
>fleet, too.
>
>following an anti-gay attack at a local gay bar, some gay residents removed
>their rainbow bumper stickers for fear they would be the next target.
>
>city commissioner margaret dodd responded by adding a rainbow sticker to
>her car and setting in motion the process that led to the new policy.
>
>"the more bumper stickers we can get on the cars may keep the goodness of
>christmas time going on for the rest of the year," she told the traverse
>city record-eagle.
>
>
>traverse city, population 15,800, is located on lake michigan's grand
>traverse bay 253 miles northwest of detroit and 141 miles north of grand
>rapids.
>
>a holiday gift to gay america from the boonies.


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date:         sat, 30 dec 2000 10:38:45 est
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  i wouldn't exactly call traverse city the boonies... it's a beautiful place
to visit, especially in the summer and fall.  guess it's even more beautiful
now.

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date:         sat, 30 dec 2000 17:01:13 est
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<<
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?
  >>

i just got the remaster rop for the holiday and its liner is ok.. it's my ig
one that is wrong (contains some of the pages from the rop remaster.).. maybe
they switched the liner notes in these two cd's?? anyway, i've called sony
twice and each time they say they'll send out a replacement cd but so far
i've gotten nothing from them. anyone else have any luck?

lisa

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if you get a chance to check out sunday's new york times, there is a nice
article on the year in political rock, and the girls are mentioned very
favorably.   there is also a large photo - almost half the page - of them
performing back in june in washington.

happy new year!
=)
lisa

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sorry if this has been asked before, but can someone tell me how to transfer
the point hope download to cd???   i was just able to download it and would
like to burn it to a cd.

thanks
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