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ig-news-digest         wednesday, may 3 2000         volume 03 : number 073


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] boots                                   [aussie.wannabe@juno.com]
  [ig-news] minnesota tickets change  [sheryl jones <sjones@library.wisc.edu]
  [ig-news] many items for sale...  ["schwartz, lauren" <lschwart@goucher.ed]
  [ig-news] new dates (l.a.,ca)             [bliss55 <bliss55@email.msn.com>]
  [ig-news] little article about duke show  ["hhm1@duke.edu" <hhm1@duke.edu>]


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date: tue, 2 may 2000 14:46:06 -0500
from: aussie.wannabe@juno.com
subject: [ig-news] boots


hello.  i've decided to clean out my cd collection and get rid of the
ones that i don't listen to anymore.  i have a couple of bootleg cds that
i'm wanting to give away (on a first come, first serve basis).  i'm not
selling them and i'm just asking for a couple of bucks each to cover
shipping (a trade would be cool, but that would be defeating my purpose,
darn!).  
they are:


indigo girls - 9:30 club and more, disc one and two
indigo girls - shades of indigo
sarah mclachlan - songbird


if interested, please email me at aussie.wannabe@juno.com


thank you,
chrystal


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date: tue, 2 may 2000 12:07:48 -0500
from: sheryl jones <sjones@library.wisc.edu>
subject: [ig-news] minnesota tickets change


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]


tickets for todd rundgren, indigo girls, and tragically hip will only be
sold at ticketmaster on may 6. tickets for these concerts will be also
be available at the zoo on thursday, may 18 from 12:00 noon - 7:00
p.m. in person only. no phone sales will be accepted.

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sheryl jones
sjones@library.wisc.edu
my bootleg page: <http://www.geocities.com/felidae/boots.htm>
carla sloan page: <http://www.geocities.com/carlasloan>

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date: tue, 2 may 2000 22:29:46 -0400
from: "schwartz, lauren" <lschwart@goucher.edu>
subject: [ig-news] many items for sale...


[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
girls mailing list at netspace.org.]


hello all
the following are for sale and do not include a small fee for postage (all
dependent on the item). email me back (lschwart@goucher.edu), first come
first serve.


indigo stuff:
1)uptown lounge video: $10
2)australian import version of "rites of passage" cd: (plain cd, not pink
like u.s. version, w/ blue and black writing, all same songs though) $50
3)reverse one live cd: $120
4)"tame yourself" various artists cd: (indigo girls do a song w/ michael
stipe, song by kd lang, b-52s, erasure, river phoenix's band, and more):$8
5)large, white, bootleg t-shirt w/ picture of a and e and "indigo girls"
written on front: $5
6)xl, white, "nomads" tour shirt w/ nomads "hand" emblum on front left,
figures and "indigo girls" writen on back. 2 dirt stains on front: $6
7)xl, black, daemon records shirt w/ "feral" on back with paw print. brand
new: $12


disappear fear cd's: $8 each or all three for $20
1)"live at the bottom line" w/ 'sink the censorship,' 'love isn't dead,'
etc.
2)"deep sould diver" w/ 'photograph,' 'deep soul diver,' etc.
3)"disappear fear" w/ 'washington work song,' 'be the one,' etc.


random:
1)giant, u.k. subway poster of prodigy for "fat of the land" with band
members as cartoon images and release date 7.1.97: $7


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date: tue, 2 may 2000 23:05:23 -0700
from: bliss55 <bliss55@email.msn.com>
subject: [ig-news] new dates (l.a.,ca)


to: ig-news@smoe.org


[sherlyn's note: this is an excerpt of a message which was
originally sent to the indigo girls mailing list at
netspace.org.]


hey y'all--
[...] as stated in the news
section on cdnow.com, they will be playing at the los angeles house of
blues on july 27th and 28th.  :)
now if only they'll announce the bay area dates...

leslie


"man's mind is so formed that it is far more susceptible to falsehood
than to truth."
– desiderius erasmus (c. 1466–1536), dutch humanist

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date: tue, 2 may 2000 20:14:19 -0400
from: "hhm1@duke.edu" <hhm1@duke.edu>
subject: [ig-news] little article about duke show


[sherlyn's note: this is an excerpt of a message which was
originally sent to the indigo girls mailing list at
netspace.org.]


hey all-
here's the text of the little article that was in the exam break edition
of the duke chronicle.  not that exciting, but thought someone might be
interested. (and ha! i finally beat the rest of you to posting a duke
article! :-) )


there's a neat b & w photo of the girls from the concert, w/ amy in her
cowboy hat here:
http://www.chronicle.duke.edu/chronicle/2000/05/01/03indigogirls.html


[...]
- -hm


last wednesday night in page auditorium, the campus controversy over the
indigo girls headlining the last day of classes concert was forgotten as
the band entertained a crowd of 1,200 in the packed hall. true to their
activist reputation, emily saliers and amy ray played several songs with
political messages-for example, "go" and "faye tucker," both tracks from
the 1999 album come on now social. the former was composed in response to
the cancellation of an indigo girls concert at a south carolina high
school because of their outspoken lesbianism; the latter to draw attention
to the execution of born-again christian karla faye tucker in texas last
year. during their encore, the group-to scattered protest-asked the
audience to write sen. john edwards, d-n.c., to stop a bill allowing the
transportation of nuclear waste across the continental united states.


but the two women, who used a variety of acoustic guitars throughout the
evening, drew their most enthusiastic reaction from the crowd with
classics such as "jonas and ezekiel," "galileo" and "closer to fine,"
which the group other breaks by performing two songs on their own. ray
played "sister," a vigorous banjo solo,
while saliers offered the softer "philosophy of love," a
hidden track on come on now social.


               the first opening act, agents of good roots, was rather
sparsely attended, but
  seemed to have a few devoted fans in the audience.  nevertheless, lead
singer brian jones kept repeating the group's name and pointed out that
his brother had been a student at the university.


               in contrast, the second opening act, michelle malone, met a
more enthusiastic reception, especially when saliers and ray joined malone
and her percussionist for two songs. after this act, the doors of page were
opened to let in students who had not been able to get tickets in the
afternoon, and every seat in the auditorium was filled.


               -by norbert schürer


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