lifeblood: listlogs: 2001-01c


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date:         sun, 14 jan 2001 23:38:08 -0600
reply-to:     "lisa m. schreihart" <lschreihart@juno.com>
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subject:      nigc: chicago venues and commonbond
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hi friends,

i've got a question for y'all...what are the best chicago
venues to play for a small-ish acoustic folk-rock show?
i am helping commonbond get gigs for
their first-ever midwest tour, and i'd like the
help of my friends on the list.   is anyone closely
involved with any of the venues in chicago?
can anyone hook me up with the owner(s)
or supply me with contact info (name, e-mail addy,
phone #, address)?   i'd appreciate any
info y'all may have or any help y'all can give, even
if you are just regular patrons of a certain venue
and would like to suggest it.

if you've not heard commonbond before, they
are an acoustic duo from the washington, dc
area, and they are cute, charismatic, and
fun.  ladyslipper music has likened them to the
indigo girls.  they are two women, mary beth
de pomp and ashley miller, and they play
original music, with intelligent lyrics (socially-
consious, heart-warming, etc) and mean
guitars.   check them out at
www.commonbondmusic.com.   for those of
you in the midwest (iowa, illinois, michigan,
wisconsin, indiana, minnesota, and even
ohio and missouri), we are trying to get a midwest tour
going for late march/early april 2001.  i hope
my friends on this list can support us, either
in suggesting gigs or just going to the shows
when they happen.  i'll keep everyone up to date.
e-mail me privately if you can help in any way.

thanks, y'all!

lisa s. (not d.)


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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 02:38:20 -0500
reply-to:     havanamoon <havana_moon@hotmail.com>
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it's about being on the road and missing out on life at home....

tim
http://www.mp3.com/timbaldwin

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from: "mandy (just mandy)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>
>
> 2. while we're still sort of of the song dissection thread, i have a
> question. the final track of shades is daddy's all gone (and if you don't
> have that recording, get somebody to boot it for you or go trolling on
> napster) and during the intro, amy and emily sort of talk about how it was
> one of the first songs they learned, back in high school when they didn't
> know when it was about. then they both chime in "now we know." and that
> always makes me feel stupid, because i'm long out of high school and i'm
> not certain i do know exactly what it's about. anybody have any thoughts?
> i don't need a full exigesis, just a basic explanation.

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 09:09:17 -0500
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subject:      birthdays (january 15th - january 21st, 2001)
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january 18 ('64)
sabrina d. parker <parkers@civerolo.com>

january 18 (79)
sarah t. rosenblum (strosenblum@students.wisc.edu)
"tryin to hold it like rain in a river" -a. ray
'never run form anything immortal, it attracts their attention.'
-peter s. beagle

january 20
[ndygotiggr@aol.com]  tigger!

january 20 ('80)
liz hayes
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"there is a me you would not recognize, call it the shadow of myself." -
over the rhine

happy birthdays and stuff :)

your very hyper bge,
audra :)

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 09:39:45 -0500
reply-to:     sharon burtch <shakram@gtn.on.ca>
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subject:      nigc-canadian ceremonies
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http://www.canoe.ca/ottawasun/pd.html

front page of a national newspaper nonetheless
--sharon

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 07:25:42 -0800
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okay guys-here's the real deal...all the lyrics...


d:)

i won't be a pawn
we roughed it up when we were young
i won't say, "so much for that,
what do you do when it is done?"

cause i know we grow,
when its over.

i used to dream
with all the force of soylent green.
lazy geese and the weather warm.
oh my life of humidity.

but i know we grow,
when its over.

all that time
i spent walking behind.
i don't mind,
cause now i know.

they ran us out of town.
oh come on,
they cut us down,
raised the flag of the fealty,
oh the life of futility.

but i know we grow,
when its over.

all that time
you were walking the line.
i don't mind,
cause now i know.

we grow when its over,
we grow.

c. amy ray

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 11:37:30 -0500
reply-to:     "neil :o)" <neil@andineil.com>
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subject:      re: qigc (quasi-indigo girls content): caroline aiken
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hey...

<<as neil and many others will tell you, ain't nothin' like a house
concert>>

y'know, there ain't nothin' like a house concert...

<<call your friend in philly and beg a night's use of the couch.>>

and if you don't have a friend in philly, but want to make one sos you can
have somewhere to stay for this, you don't have to try too hard...

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 11:23:32 -0800
reply-to:     melissa s singhaus <idjlamb24@prodigy.net>
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subject:      can someone help me out with the calender
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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 14:29:41 -0800
reply-to:     parheli0n@visto.com
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from:         kelly fairbairn <parheli0n@visto.com>
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hello everyone!

i know i owe people on this list boots that i was send blanks for and never copied.  that was really horrible of me, and i'm trying to make up for being such a jerk.  can everyone who hasn't received their cds from me please e-mail me at this address?  i want to make sure i know exactly what i'm sending to people and where i'm sending it.

i'm sorry about the hassle and the inconvenience.

thanks,

kelly (fairbk@sage.edu)
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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 20:06:48 -0500
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from: "mandy (just mandy)" <eburton@brynmawr.edu>

1. i was really interested in a comment emily made in the winex interview
(thanks for posting it, amy!)

         "we're not at the zenith of our career right now. we're hanging
on, but it's not the way it used to be when, say, rites of passage came
out. now it's more like we're just playing our gigs and thankful for our
fans who remain loyal."

         i thought this was a strange comment when i first read it, and the
more i think about it the more i disagree. it seems to me that their
fanbase has been swelling consistently all along; in fact, it got a real
shot in the arm when sots came out. i know a lot of people on this list
would argue that ig peaked musically in the rop/so era, but how many of us
were fans when those records were originally released?

************

well my thought on this is that then, they had more causal listeners- it was
played on the radio more and on mtv and vh1 more.

now they have amassed more loyal fans, fans who will buy everything and go
to more than 1 of their shows. thats what good bands get :)

carol
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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 18:35:45 -0800
reply-to:     amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
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from:         amy swenson <amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>
subject:      still have some t-shirts...
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hi there -

i still have some listee t-shirts for sale. i think i'm out of
babydolls, but i have many l, xl, and xxls leftover. prices are $12
each for the l & xl, $14 for the xxl.

please use my online order form at: http://www.indigirl.com/order.html
for specific pricing information, images of the shirts, and shipping
amounts.

thanks!
amy

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date:         tue, 16 jan 2001 00:11:01 est
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eburton@brynmawr.edu writes:

<<  i thought this was a strange comment when i first read it, and the
more i think about it the more i disagree. it seems to me that their
fanbase has been swelling consistently all along; in fact, it got a real
shot in the arm when sots came out. i know a lot of people on this list
would argue that ig peaked musically in the rop/so era, but how many of us
were fans when those records were originally released? >>

:::raises  hand:::  i've been a fan since 1989 (hello to those who might
actually still remember me, i've been off the lists for a while!)  i also
thought that was a curious comment for emily to make.... my guess is that
some people might consider rop/so to have been the peak of the folk-acoustic
side of their career?  to me, that's about the time their music started to
make a transition and really start to evolve.  i love the early albums, but
i've also loved watching them grow and progress musically.  i wouldn't say
rop/so was a "peak" of their career necessarily, implying that it's been
downhill from there.....rather it seems like it was more a point where they
really began branching out and experimenting more.  and it also seems to me
like they've been getting a great deal more attention and airplay on radio in
more recent years (at least here in the bay area), much more so than when rop
was a new release.  still, it was interesting to hear emily's perspective!

-connie

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date:         mon, 15 jan 2001 21:41:29 -0800
reply-to:     staychia sena <ssena@home.com>
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i still have to admit that i like the earliest stuff the best (another
fan since '89). ig and nis are my favorite albums and have been for
years. in fact, even the new stuff that i hear on napster that i really
like turns out to have been released in the early '90s or before.
there's been a much heavier sound in the past 5 years. although i
imagine i'll always be a die hard ig fan, i prefer the older acoustic
melodies of years past.

cojehali@aol.com wrote:
>
> eburton@brynmawr.edu writes:
>
> <<  i thought this was a strange comment when i first read it, and the
>  more i think about it the more i disagree. it seems to me that their
>  fanbase has been swelling consistently all along; in fact, it got a real
>  shot in the arm when sots came out. i know a lot of people on this list
>  would argue that ig peaked musically in the rop/so era, but how many of us
>  were fans when those records were originally released? >>
>
> :::raises  hand:::  i've been a fan since 1989 (hello to those who might
> actually still remember me, i've been off the lists for a while!)  i also
> thought that was a curious comment for emily to make.... my guess is that
> some people might consider rop/so to have been the peak of the folk-acoustic
> side of their career?  to me, that's about the time their music started to
> make a transition and really start to evolve.  i love the early albums, but
> i've also loved watching them grow and progress musically.  i wouldn't say
> rop/so was a "peak" of their career necessarily, implying that it's been
> downhill from there.....rather it seems like it was more a point where they
> really began branching out and experimenting more.  and it also seems to me
> like they've been getting a great deal more attention and airplay on radio in
> more recent years (at least here in the bay area), much more so than when rop
> was a new release.  still, it was interesting to hear emily's perspective!
>
> -connie
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date:         tue, 16 jan 2001 16:20:14 -0500
reply-to:     elaine bean <bean@neu.edu>
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remember a few weeks ago when traverse city mi was going to put rainbow
stickers on all the city vehicles as a show of their commitment to
diversity?  well, they "found out" what the rainbow stickers stand for,
and reversed their decision.  the mayor of the city said "we've been
duped" and "conned" by the "homosexual agenda"

?????

go to www.pridesource.com for the article.  it's really pathetic and sad
that they backed out.

elaine

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date:         tue, 16 jan 2001 16:37:12 -0500
reply-to:     susan brill <susan.brill@yale.edu>
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>         "we're not at the zenith of our career right now. we're hanging
>on, but it's not the way it used to be when, say, rites of passage came
>out. now it's more like we're just playing our gigs and thankful for our
>fans who remain loyal."
>
>
>         i thought this was a strange comment when i first read it, and the
>more i think about it the more i disagree. it seems to me that their
>fanbase has been swelling consistently all along; in fact, it got a real
>shot in the arm when sots came out.


i have been going to concerts since they toured for the indigo girls
release, and i have noticed a change over the years. i think the audiences
now are smaller but quite fervent compared to the typical audiences of, say
'91-92 - at least the east coast audiences are. people know every word and
they sing them at the top of their lungs, and you can almost feel the
desire for connection to amy and emily by each audience member - each with
her own story about how the girls have touched her life (change pronouns
where appropriate...).  i also feel a sense of community in the audiences
now that i didn't feel then.

back in the early 90's it seems to me that the audience was larger and more
mainstream, brought in by radio play, videos, watching the grammy's, and
all those things ig doesn't enjoy so much anymore.

since i am an ig fan who lives in a mainly straight environment, i do get a
certain amount of curiosity from folks about whether ig is a "gay band"
(whatever that is). also, most people assume amy and emily are a couple,
etc... this was not an issue in the early 90's. this is where i see the
homophobia that the girls mention as a reason they are not growing in
airplay and mainstream coverage. i know a few grad students here who listen
to acoustic music (hurdle number 1) but who aren't interested in going to
see the girls because somehow it isn't their scene (whether it be because
they perceive them as a "girl band" or a "gay band" or "too earnest" or
just not a new cool band). that wasn't the case with another group of grad
students i hung out with in the early 90's. then pretty much everybody i
knew was interested in going to see the indigo girls.

so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how did you
learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
fans too?

-s.

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on a similar note, about 4 years ago tulsa oklahoma decided to do a similar thing and the logo was pride in tulsa.

and, they still have it up . street signs, on city vehicles and such...only a couple of colors of the rainbow ..but hey..who woulda thunk it...in tulsa ok ..

i remember being somewhat scared to move back there after better than 20 years and be out...but ya know...i think it was great...i was surprised at the number of "family " members there as well as bars, stores etc catering to us family folk..

sparkie

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i have to agree with mandy on this one. i saw caroline at an in house
concert about a month ago and it was a great experience -- definitely
worth it! she has a couple of little "guess this song" contests during the
performance. the winner gets a free cd!

bon

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>         hey folks
>         i mentioned this back in november, but it can't hurt to bring it
> up again.
>
>                         caroline aiken
>                    live and in (house) concert
>                      saturday, feb. 3rd, 8pm
>               $10 at the door for show and munchies
>                         philadelphia, pa
>
>         for more information, directions, or reservations, please email
> dead_horse_commune@yahoo.com. i can also help you with the first two.
>
>         as far as i know, caroline's only other date in the northeast this
> tour is a club date in chester, ny, a split bill with sonia of disappear
> fear. and, as neil and many others will tell you, ain't nothin' like a
> house concert, and caroline's an amazing performer. so pack the car for a
> few hours' driving. call your friend in philly and beg a night's use of
> the couch. just make sure you make it to this show. we have about forty
> spaces total, so don't wait too long... :)
>         take care, y'all -
>         mandy

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>>so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how
>did you
>learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
>fans too?
>

when i was in 5th grade, least complicated was on the radio all the time and
it was my favorite song. i remeber when i was only about 10 or 11 years old
waiting by the pay phone tryign to call y100 to win tickets to see them. my
mom who had most of teh ig cd's  bought me my first ig cd, 1200 cerfews when
i was a freshman in hs. i have been a dedicated fan ever since. the girls
were very popular with the last few graduating classes at my school. almost
everyone quoted them in the year book. a lot of the girls in my class like
them but due to lack of media coverage they don't know about the shows and
the newer stuff. i was in colorado playing lacrosse this summer and the one
mixed tape the team listened to for the entire trip contained shame on you,
galileo, least complicated, and romeo and julliet. as far as i know most the
girls on the trip are straight. so people still like them they're just not
"popular" anymore. i guess that goes to show who dictates what's popular.
they get next to no air play here in philadelphia. with the exception of
88.5 non comercial radio from the u. of penn. and the ocaisonal y100 airplay
of shame on you, galileo or least complicated.

tay
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those bastards.  not very "diverse" of them.  and you know us
homos..."cunning" and "duping" some right-wing moralistic asshole that can't
stand up and lead when the pressure gets too hot is exactly what we're
about.  to hell with that city.

sorry.  it just makes me really angry,

take care, mis amigos.

scott

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> about.  to hell with that city.

let me clarify...to hell with all the narrow-minded homophobic racist can't
see the forest for their special interest trees in that city.  sorry for my
generalization there.

take care, mis amigos,

scott

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<< so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how did you
learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
fans too? >>
hi everyone,  i have only been on the list a few months, and this is my first
post.    i discovered the girls a few years ago while listening to an mtv
cd-rom, which had little snippets of songs from various artists.  one of
songs was closer to fine.  i really liked it, so i got the cd.  i gave it a
listen but never really absorbed it completely. but, i liked it enough to
pick up another one of their cds (swamp ophelia). again, i gave it a listen
but did not completely digest it.  then, one day, i was listening to so while
exercising, and power of two came on.  that was probably the first time i
really listened.  this prompted me to go back and listen to the ig cd again
as well.  well, the rest, as they say......  i slowly but surely got hooked.
i think i became officially "obsessed" this past summer.  i have introduced
some friends to them, and my husband actually really enjoys them as well.
one of my sons (6 years old) sings along on quite a few of the songs.  that
is my story.  i am still dying to see them live.  take care, wendi

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<< so my question is, if you became a fan in the last
few years, how
did you
learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your
friends/family
ig
fans too? >>

i became a fan when i was in eighth grade.  my friend
used to play me the guitar and sing least complicated
until i learned all the words and could sing along.  i
remember seeing the video on vh1.  i won a contest in
school and my prize was a free cd.  of course i chose
swamp ophelia, which is still my favorite cd ever.
through the years, i have remained loyal, even though
in my area their is virtually never any ig on the
radio unless it is closer to fine.  when asked what my
favorite band is, or what kind of music i listen to, i
respond appropriately.  i always manage to get the
same responses from people, "aren't they lesbians?",
"are they a couple?", or "oooooooh, yeah i've heard of
them."  people tend to look at me strange b/c i am
straight and i happen to listen to gay and lesbian
artists. i truly love their music and i have tried to
open people's eyes to how great it is and it does not
matter who you sleep with at night.  the girls have
opened my eyes to many issues out there that i dont
think i ever would have noticed in my small ny suburb.
the girls music truly moves me.

~diana

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hey y'all

i became a fan back in '92 when i went to a conference
with a bunch of other teenagers and college students
and learned closer to fine in an elevator.

i grew up in va. beach and the coast 93.7 played the
whole rites of passage album to promote the ig.  since
then, i have enjoyed the transformation that the music
has gone through, it mirrors the changes i have made
in my faith journey, life journey, etc.

so anyway, it's amazing how influential the music has
been to who i am, etc.

john

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diana daly wrote:

><< so my question is, if you became a fan in the last
>few years, how
>did you
> learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your
>friends/family
>ig
> fans too? >>
>
here is my story.  i live in asia, philippines.  i just became an ig fan last year. i heard their song power of two before, and loved it but didn't get into them yet because in my country pop songs are more commercialized, so i got distracted with different songs and artists (more on alteernative music).  then a friend of mine lent me his mp3 collection and i heard galileo, but still not hooked but kept in my the band name. i bought ally mcbeal soundtrack and heard emily sing with vonda and began to look at ig's latest album (at that time) come on now social, but didn't buy it until i heard "soon be to nothing"somewhere and recognized their vioces.  i started to surf for them, joined mailing lists and i looked for people who love ig in chatrooms (irc, icq, napster, scour,etc.) - most of the people i meet are not even near my country. before, my friends don't actually like ig because when i play it in the car, i was the only one who knows all the lyics to their song and they just sit there and wait til we get to our destination. but one day, i was surprised when they heard some of the ig song and they asked me the title, then i told them who wrote it and everything that i know about the song. so last december 2000, i recorded and compiled the best ig songs for me and gave it to them as a gift, they are happy that i introduced ig to them and always listened to my compiled songs.  now, i own 5 albums of ig: 1200 curfews, indigo girls, shaming of the sun and retrospective in cds and come on now social in audio tapes.  although, i don't have all of their albums (because they don't have them in the store anymore), i downloaded some songs in the internet. the sad part is, i haven't seen any of their videos or their live performances.

and that's my story. take care!

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i've loved the girls music since i first became aware of them from my
husband sometime in the early 90's. i became much more of fan in 1997 when i
finally got to see them in concert and began reading the ig newsgroup. i
think i've been on this list 2 years now. my husband still likes ig but
thinks my 11 year old son and i are a little too obsessed by them. my son
and i go to see the girls in concert whenever we are able to...i'm very
lucky to always have the cutest date in the whole place!
:-)
lynne

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as far as i can remember, i somehow got the info that they were gay, and at
the time i just had to have everything gay/lesbian related (ah, coming out).
i admit it.  i must have picked up that 1200 curfews box at best buy 4 or 5
times before buying it.  (i was afraid that the entire store would "know".)
when was this ?  1996 or 97, i'd say.  the summer before my senior yr of high
school.  97.  i can't remember hearing them on the radio before sots was
released.  i listened to the wrong stations, i suppose.  i figure wxrt
(chicago) would have played them, but i don't remember hearing them either.
i was hooked on the first listen.  (:
most of my girlfriends have been huge ig fans...isn't that sort of strange?
ig shows are like reunions.  (:
(has any one else ever dated an amy and an emily [not at the same time])

-mel

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on wed, 17 jan 2001 melijoy@aol.com wrote:


> (has any one else ever dated an amy and an emily [not at the same time])
>

um...no, but is it wrong to want to date an emily just so we could be amy
& emily???

:0)

amy m.

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i first heard of them right after the albums with "closer to fine" came out
and have been a fan since then. because i work nights, i actually have seen
them only twice, in all this time, plus once with suffragette sessions. a+e,
if you're out there, i need a sat. or sun. show sometimes in the philly area!
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in a message dated 1/16/2001 4:29:45 pm eastern standard time,
susan.brill@yale.edu writes:


> so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how did you
> learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
> fans too?
>

i became a fan in 1998 after listening to my girls track team listen to least
complicated and the woods song over and over at practice. that year, the
class song of the graduating class was least complicated. so, i borrowed my
sisters swamp cd and fell in love with them. i attended my first concert that
summer at a small place called meadowbrook farm. oh, i guess i should tell
you i work at a high school.
i took my mom to her first ig concert this past summer and i bought her the
compilation cd for her birthday. she listens to it constantly and has even
seen my dad tapping his foot along with the cd!!!

michelle

"sometimes i see myself fine, sometimes i need a witness.
and i like the whole truth, but there are nights i only need forgiveness." -
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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>in a message dated 1/16/2001 4:29:45 pm eastern standard time,
<br>susan.brill@yale.edu writes:
<br>
<br>
<br><blockquote type=cite style="border-left: #0000ff 2px solid; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 0px; padding-left: 5px">so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how did you
<br>learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
<br>fans too?
<br></blockquote>
<br>
<br>i became a fan in 1998 after listening to my girls track team listen to least
<br>complicated and the woods song over and over at practice. that year, the
<br>class song of the graduating class was least complicated. so, i borrowed my
<br>sisters swamp cd and fell in love with them. i attended my first concert that
<br>summer at a small place called meadowbrook farm. oh, i guess i should tell
<br>you i work at a high school.
<br>i took my mom to her first ig concert this past summer and i bought her the
<br>compilation cd for her birthday. she listens to it constantly and has even
<br>seen my dad tapping his foot along with the cd!!!
<br>
<br>michelle
<br>
<br>"sometimes i see myself fine, sometimes i need a witness.
<br>and i like the whole truth, but there are nights i only need forgiveness." -
<br>dar williams</font></html>

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i had never heard of the girls until i got to college.  i had
seen a poster of them in a friend's room once, but had no clue
what kind of music they did or what.  i was in an a cappella
group and someone suggested we do "the wood song."  we went from
the sheet music and made a unique arrangement for ourselves.  i
liked the song.  i then joined bmg music service and decided
that since i got free cds and all, i could try them out.  i
ordered the self-titled album and sots.  i haven't looked back.

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hi all,

i was introduced to ig by an x-boyfriend who would not quit playing this
band called the indigo girls, i don't think i gave the music a chance at the
time.  not long after that i realized that i knew the words to most of the
songs he played by them.  then i saw the galileo video, which was on
constantly back then.  for whatever reason that song and video just struck a
chord with me.  by the time our 9 month relationship was over ig was a part
of my daily life.

so i started really listening to ig in 91-92'.

the first concert i got to see was the on the swamp ophelia tour in st.
louis, '94.  they weren't even close to sold out, but it was the most
incredible experience.  it was my birthday, july 21st and i was in 3rd row
orchestra!!!!!  they brought out a birthday cake and i was just so excited
because i thought my husband had just hooked me up with the most incredible
birthday present.  a cake from the girls!!!!!  but it was for emily.  at the
time i did not know when her b-day was and then for a few years i thought we
had the same b-day.  after that i was hooked for sure, i remember just
crying my eyes out when they came out on stage.  it was just so overwhelming
to see them in the flesh.  i still feel that way when i go to every concert.

about a year ago i hunted down my x-boyfriend (we parted as friends) just to
thank him for introducing me to ig and told him how much they have changed
my life.  he thinks i have gone a bit crazy.  oh well.

i have been on the list for maybe a year and i must say that it has changed
my life.  before ig was part of my life, but now it feels like everything i
do has them in mind.  you know that list bumper sticker "what would amy and
emily do?"  that is how i think now.  there is no going back and my husband
expresses his concern for my obsession often.  but it is a healthy
obsession, the girls are great role models, so i don't think he has anything
to worry about.  of course he does not know i am secretly in love with emily
either. hehe.

traci drago
st. louis, mo
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hkfs,

i got the best introduction to the girls - live. i really think there is no
better way to get into the indigo girls than being at a performance. last
april a friend of mine asked if i wanted to go to a concert....the prospect
of going to a concert thrilled me so much (c'mon i'm in nh, i need the
excitement) i didn't care who it was. i figured i would need to know some of
their music before hand...so, i listened to rop a week before. i liked it,
and gradually grew excited. the day arrived and i was very fortunate because
they played tons from rop so i found myself (in very good seats!) being able
to stand, drowing in the indigo love coming from everyone and everything
belting out the lyrics...i think we all know that is one fo the greatest
feelings in the world. after that night i was hooked. at my new school i am
known as "the girl obsessed with the indigo girls"....not a bad title to
have!

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i do not know how the fan base was long ago, but i wasn't a fan then. i think
the fan base now is great. i don't know why she would say this. i learned of
the girls from my sister. she heard of them from her friend. my mom loves ig
too. so i hope that answers you're question.

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peace tonight
words and music by emily saliers
chords transcribed by john ihnat <scotchandpoetry@hotmail.com>

here's my attempt at emily's chords for peace tonight after watching the
filmore video.  this is  intended to be a work in progress, because there
are a number of holes (and maybe mistakes).   amy's chords appear to be the
same as emily's but without the little riffs.  please email me if  you have
any contributions -- i'd love to know them.


capo: 5th position

chords:

am: x02210
c:  x32010
c9: x32030
d:  xx0232
g:  320003 (for the verses)
(for the intro riff emily plays g as: 320033)


riffs:

intro riff (how i do it):

the pluses are quarter notes

  +   +   +   +    +   +   +   +    +   +   +   +    +   +   +   +

e ----3---3-3-3-3-|--3---3---------|0---0-0---------|------0---0---0-|
b ----3---3-3-0-1-|--1---0-010-0-0-|1---1-1---------|------1---1---1-|
g ----0---0-0-0-0-|--0---0-000-0-0-|0---0-0---2---0-|------0---0---0-|
d ----0---0-0-0-0-|--0---0---------|2---2-0-02--2---|------2---2---2-|
a ----2---2-2-0-0-|--0---0---------|3---3-3---------|------3---2---3-|
e 3---3---3-3-3-3-|--3---3---------|----------------|----------------|

use hammer-ons for the little riffy parts in this intro.


c-riff, g-riff, am-riff:

these riffs are played by hammering on (actually pressing and releasing for
a mute) the second  frett of both the third and fourth strings while playing
the normal open voicing of the chord.   that is, for c-riff, play a regular
c:
x32010
and then to play the riff, hammer on these two frets (2 or three times) with
the first and second  fingers:
xx22xx
so when you're playing a "c-riff", your fingering will look like:
x32200
same concept for the g-riff and am-riff.  the live at the filmore video
shows emily doing it.


peace tonight


intro riff 2x


               g          am      c  c-riff  g
honey pick the red corner shoes

                     g        am     c  c-riff  g
the ones that hardly ever get used

                    g           am     c  c-riff  g
i knelt in front of my whole collection

                      g         am     c  c-riff  g
and i'm picking you a special selection


     am                   c                  g  g-riff  g
on a no news is good news middle of mid-year day

          am               c               ? (may be a fast d-c9)
i feel no ill with time to kill i wanna play


           d       c9
let's make peace tonight

            d                c9
the moon is bare and shining bright

           d       c9
let's make peace tonight in a good time


intro riff 1x


                  g g-riff       am am-riff  c c-riff  g
i'm callin' on my good friends today

                              g g-riff   am am-riff c c-riff g
you know the drive's about an hour      away

                           g g-riff    am am-riff c c-riff g
and we'll be pitching up a tent by the trees

                           g g-riff     am am-riff c c-riff g
and we'll be wading in the river to our knees

       am                            c                g    g-riff g
oh now love's been planted and we're checking out the yield

               am                         c                   ? (may be a
fast d-c9)
it's two black dogs and a white one their running in the field


let's make peace tonight
the moon is bare and shining bright
well let's make peace tonight in a good time

well we used to have some money but we spent it
yeah so when we want to have it then we rent it
but we're cuttin' up the rug and i know you love me love me
and the best of everything here is free

oh when things get messy then we tidy up the room
we'll be no stranger to that dustpan and the broom

let's make peace tonight
the moon is bare and shining bright
let's make peace tonight
the moon is bare and shining bright
let's make peace tonight in a good time

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for you academics out there...

g.

---------- forwarded message ----------
out of control? mp3 and the popular music industry.
one day conference, university college worcester,
friday 20th april 2001.

the music format mp3 has been described as ushering in a
'golden age of piracy' and music sharing device napster as
the 'single most insidious website' on the internet.
regardless of the hyperbole of such statements, there can be
no doubting the significance of mp3 to the popular music
industry, with multi-million dollar lawsuits as well as
agreement between napster and one major label. artists,
meanwhile, remain ambivalent to the new format with some
seeing it as an opportunity to gain greater control from
their labels, and users seem happy to disregard the moral
implications of 'theft' stressed by the industry.

this one day conference will explore the impact of mp3 and
programs such as napster upon the production and consumption
of popular music. in particular, it will look at the impact
upon the three interest groups in the area - labels,
musicians and consumers, and question how the relations
between them are changing (or could change) due to these
technological developments.

you are invited to submit proposals for presentations of 20
minutes on any aspect of the mp3/napster phenomenon.
possible issues for examination include, but are not limited
to:

       whether mp3 will lead to a change in the nature of the
artist- label relationship.    the economic strategies that
record labels may use to cope with mp3.    whether napster
and other sharing programs empowers individual
    consumers.
       the effect of mp3 upon small, local music scenes.
       what lessons the experience of mp3 offers for other
cultural industries.

the conference organisers are currently in negotiation with a
publisher regarding the publication of selected papers from the
conference.

abstracts of approximately 250 words should be submitted by
20 january 2001 to l.marshall@worc.ac.uk. the conference
will run from 9.30 -4.30. registration costs, including
buffet lunch, are 30 with a limited number of concessionary
rates (10) available on a first come first served basis to
students without a support grant. a conference application
form is available from l.marshall@worc.ac.uk or is
downloadable from
http://www.worc.ac.uk/departs/sociol/mp3conf.html.

it is hoped that this conference will feature as the first
event of a limited term working group of the international
association for the study of popular music (iaspm) - uk and
ireland branch, entitled 'intellectual property and popular
music'. if there is sufficient interest, the conference
shall include an inaugural meeting of the group to determine
its future plans. expressions of interest of joining this
working group are warmly invited. if you cannot attend the
conference but would like to become part of the working
group, please send an email to the above address.

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university college worcester
henwick grove
worcester wr2 6aj
(01905) 855312
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conference on mp3 and the popular music industry
friday 20th april 2001, ucw.
visit http://www.worc.ac.uk/departs/sociol/mp3conf.html
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honestly, i found ig in a random  cd buy.  last february i was looking for a
new group to listen to and went into the store and picked a random cd.  it
was shaming of the sun.... i thought the cover was interesting.  shows you
what i thinks important;)

denise

"rock is cool but the struggle's better" --ar

"the less i seek my source, closer i am to fine" --es

a+e=ig ;)

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hey guys...

don't say i never tell you anything.

go here:
http://www.the-ird.com/feature.html
to print out a coupon which you can take to participating record stores for
a free indigo girls two track cd, featuring live versions of faye tucker and
trouble. pick me up a copy while you're at it.

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looks like i'll have to recompile my personal retroactive collection. ho
hum.

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so my question is, if you became a fan in the last few years, how did you
learn of the girls? and for all of you fans, are your friends/family ig
fans too?

hi sue and the gang,

i learn about the girls through my brother.  he had heard power of two on a
tape that an ex-girlfriend of his friend mixed, and wanted me to listen to
it.  i was so hooked by the harmonies, the guitars, and the lyrics.  since
then, i've calmed down my obsession, but, as you can see, not enough to
unsub to this list.

the only friends i have who like ig as well, are the fans from this list
that i met at various concerts.

diane
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it was the strangest thing.  i was in my kitchen ironing clothes.  my mom
had this mixed station on which at the time was playing a lot of "house"
music (rappy/disco-ish music) - it was in 1990.  as i was listening, i kept
thinking to myself i kept thinking to myself 'god, i just don't get this
music at all', when all of a sudden, closer to fine came on the radio and i
stopped ironing and said 'wow, what is this - is that harmony i hear'? i
listened for the name at the end of the song and of course, they didn't
announce it.  so, since the song struck me right between the eyes instantly,
i took the train into town and went straight to the music store.  i didn't
know the name of the song or who it was by, so i just started reciting what
i remembered - the chorus. the woman knew right away and told me it was the
indigo girls.  she seemed so excited that i had asked and wanted to share
all her feelings about them with me.  i thought 'wow, they must be pretty
special' (now, of course, i know how special they are, and today i act just
like her when people want to know about them).

after i bought the tape, i liked it, but i couldn't get into it so
eventually i put it down and moved onto other things.  2 years later i met
someone else who mentioned the girls and told me they had 2 additional cd's
out and that i would be missing out if i didn't pick them up (that's
something i say now), so i did and the rest is history.

my first show wasn't until 1994 - the s o tour (accoustic).  it was at great
woods in mansfield, ma and the place was less than half full.  at that time
it was mostly women - college students and older women and no one seemed to
sing along except for ctf at the end of the show.  they opened with the wood
song and i had tears in my eyes, and at the same time, a huge smile on my
face.  i was so excited to see them for the first time and i knew it
wouldn't be my last.  the next time wasn't until 1996 - my first
folk festival (i spent a year trying to convince my husband-then boyfriend
to take me).  i was so amazed by the change of the crowd's attitude compared
to that first time in 1994.  there was so much enthusiasm and everyone was
so happy, including the girls.  since then, my attendance at the shows
gratuated to twice a year, when possible and last year it was 11 times - the
most incredible year of my life.  i have never felt so personally connected
to any artist in my life as i am with the girls.

every now and then, i think of those 2 girls i had met earlier - how excited
and emotional they were and
now i definitely understand - i'm just like them.

sorry this is so long -- thanks for reading
happy thursday
take care
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anyone else have a chance to pick one up yet? i am listening to it right now
wishing i knew what shows the songs were from....thanks neil for posting.
and i will try to get you one from another record store...they were pretty
stingy even though i batted my eyelashes and asked pretty please for a
second one...

peace ya'll, shed


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>
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iam headed there in a few moments.i thougth i would print out your email request to pick you up one and see if they went for it....
sparkie
i'll let ya know.

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<<anyone else have a chance to pick one up yet? i am listening to it right
now  wishing i knew what shows the songs were from....>>

my bet would be they're from the same show as the live tracks on the
tower/borders discs, which is, er, 28 july 2000, house of blues, la. (from a
mixing board tape  - the mix is really odd, as i recall).

wasn't this show webcast? i bet someone could do a pretty good
reconstruction job if they wanted to...

neil
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i loged on to the site and go a

"can't find site" error

can someone give me the link again please,


you all rock!!!

joe
brooklyn,ny

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my story of when i became a fan begins in 1998.  i was watching a colorguard
routine at my school set to the most amazing song i'd ever heard.  i
literally had tears in my eyes at the end--i had never heard such amazing
music.  i asked trhe person next to me who the singers were, and they said
"the indigo girls".  i had heard the name before, but i had never heard any
music by them.  i found out what the song was called (galileo), and went
right out to buy rites of passage.

i immediately loved the cd, but i burnt out from listening to it over and
over again for 3 weeks.  so i put the cd away until 1999, when come on now
social was released. i asked for it for christmas, and loved it also.  that
winter, their music took on whole new meaning for me when i found out that
they are lesbians, seeing as i was just coming out myself.  there the
obsession began!

in june of 2000, i found out they were coming to philadelphia for a show, so
i was on the phone the minute tickets went on sale.  although my seats were
terrible (at least they weren't on the grass!), the show was incredible.  i
could not believe it had taken me so long to discover amy and emily.  i owe
my entire love of music to the girls.  after years of apathy toward music in
general, i realize i was just listening to the wrong people.  i am truly
grateful to them for what they have brought to my life--if only they knew the
effect they have on people's lives.

elise
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date:         thu, 18 jan 2001 22:21:27 -0500
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for anyone in the nyc area- kim's, at 350 bleecker, does not have the
cd.  they said to check back next week (and looked at me oddly).  i
don't think they even knew they were part of i.r.d.

if anyone finds a store in nyc that has it, please let me know!

jason

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date:         thu, 18 jan 2001 22:33:57 est
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hey all!

i have an extra retrospective borders bonus cd.  i'll trade it for that new
free (w/ coupon) cd.  if you are interested and can get a second one of those
cd's, let me know.  i will be out of town until sunday, so i won't get back
to you until then, but please e-mail me before then if you are interested.

:-) karen

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date:         fri, 19 jan 2001 00:07:35 est
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okay, well, i guess i'll say something.  i love telling this story.

i was at summer camp in carrollton, georgia.  i was probably 12 years old.  i
had stayed at camp for 2 weeks already, and i was so ready to go home.  but,
as soon as we left town, i started to get depressed.  so, i asked mom about
the chances of me going back to camp to stay longer.  she said "sure" and
turned the car around right then and there, like she had planned on it or
something.  as we pulled into the camp, i noticed a huge banner draped over
the gate that read, "camp mcintosh welcomes mark and ashley".  we unpacked my
stuff and went to see the concert that was going on.  i fell in love with
acoustic (ga) music that day.  my counselor was a student at west ga college,
and she had indigo girls fever, and apparently she's the one who booked mark
and ashely to play at camp that weekend.  that was the summer "closer to
fine" was all over the radio, "power 99" before 99x became shit.  i forget
what year that was.  i have another story that's a little better, but it was
in 1991 when i first got totally hooked!!!!!  i wasn't totally hooked at
summer camp b/c i was still listening to prince and bad company.....weird,
don't ask.

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hey, i forgot that atlanta's power 99 (99.7 fm) didn't come into existence
until after "close to fine" was released, probably around 1990.  so, i guess
the atlanta radio station that was playing them in 89 was z93 or 94q.  i was
only 12, so i have no clue!  anybody remember?

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hi,

i'd really like to get hold of a copy of this disc, but i live in england
(oh no!).

does anyone have a spare copy that they could mail to the uk?
i would of course cover any mailing costs etc and mail back some fine
english confectionery or some other edible treat.

thanks,

richard

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well..the extra one i had got taken fast..sorry folks....neil i do have one for oyou if you want it.

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does anyone know if kennedy rose has her own album?  i can't stop singing
"iron horse" ever since i really listened to it last weekend.  i'm hoping to
get more music by her. :)

- rick c. hodgin

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it is kind of ironic that i became a fan through
a medium that amy is kind of ambivalent towards-mtv.

i had a day off in '89 and i was channel-surfing
and stopped on mtv. i saw these two cute women
in cut jeans, singing with acoutic guitars, walking around the georgia woods. it was the video for
"closer to fine." for you new fans, yes, mtv once
played indigo girl videos!

i liked the song, but didn't rush out and buy the
album. a few months later, vh-1 played the "hammer
and a nail" video and about the same time, indigo
girls both won the grammy for best contemporary folk
performance and lost the grammy for best new
artist to milli vanilli (remember them?).

i decided to buy "nomads*indians*saints" as my first
ig album. i liked it, but at first listen, it didn't
blow me away. i then bought "indigo girls" and loved
it. it took a few listens but "n*i*s" really grew
on me and i've been a fanatic ever since!

i have had co-workers get turned on by a song here
and there, two co-workers liked "galileo" so they
ended up with "rites of passage" and another
co-worker liked "closer to fine" and "bury my heart..." so i got him "1200 curfews" but i don't personally
know any other hardcore fans like myself.

as for amy's views on mtv, time magazine ran a
story on ig written during the filming of the
"least complicated" video. in that interview, amy
said she wasn't sure about videos yet, but she
realized videos helped build an audience, so she
filmed them. i guess i'm proof of that! once again,
for you new fans, ig can appeal to straight males
like myself.

-scott w.

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hey,

someone has claimed the borders bonus cd.  since i only have one extra, the
offer is closed.  thanks to everyone else who responded to offer, though.

i'll be in dc this weekend protesting.  i know that some of you will be there
as well.  please keep in mind that there are also heaps of local rallies.
have fun and be careful whatever you do.

:-) karen

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sorry for the nigc, but which poe and pj harvey cd would you guys recommend
to a person who wants to start getting into their music? also, i'm making a
mixed cd of other songs by females that my friends might like since they
like the indigo girls. i'm trying to pick a pj harvey song for it but can't
decide. any ideas/favorites? plus, who else should i put on there? i'm going
for dar and michelle, but also some more ambient type stuff too... like
portishead beth orton and dido. thanks for the help
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hey folks, something to bring a little smile to the faces of the lgbt members
and our allies.
http://www.godhatesfigs.com/
deb

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so bush gets inaugurated, and clinton pardons brother roger and a bunch o=
f his political cronies while leonard peltier remains incarcerated....

this day has to be the absolute nadir of amerikan politics....

tim
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big dumb question of the day...

does anybody know for sure whose version of "love of the common people" the
indigo girls learnt the song from??

because i'm listening to versions by these folks:
waylon jennings, sandy posey, everly brothers, john denver, wayne newton,
stiff little fingers(!), elton john(!!), leonard nimoy(!!??!!) and paul
young (probably more too)
and none of them have quite the right 'feel' as the ig version on reverse-1.

in a similar vein, i would swear up and down that the igs learnt "the water
is wide" from james taylor's recording. if they hadn't been performing the
song a good six years before his was released.
other well known versions (like joan baez, fred neil, kingston trio, etc.)
have completely different verses, so...

there is a good reason i want to know this. i'm not totally anal. honest.

neil
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he could have really gone out of office with some class.  what a =
wonderful thing to be remembered for, if he had only done it.  he had =
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hi all! i was just wondering if anyone would be interested in trading an ani
difranco live or mix cd for a copy of one of the indigo girls killer b-side
cds (i have 1-5). i just started listening to ani, love not a pretty girl
and am anxious to hear more of her stuff.
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i know someone posted last week about putting the
power point slide as a wallpaper....i was wondering
how you would go about doing this. thanks a lot!

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>in a similar vein, i would swear up and down that the igs learnt "the water
>is wide" from james taylor's recording. if they hadn't been performing the
>song a good six years before his was released.

well maybe he learned it from them..........

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