lifeblood: listlogs: 2001-07d


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date:         sun, 22 jul 2001 02:46:07 edt
reply-to:     indigokare@aol.com
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from:         "karen r." <indigokare@aol.com>
subject:      britt setlist
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hey all,

my boyfriend went to the britt show.  he is driving back to sf as i type
this.  but anyway, he called me a few times during the show (i heard power of
two, mystery, johnnyrotten, devotion, virginia woolf, and closer to fine) and
after the show with the setlist.  i was obviously not there so i can not post
a review, but here is the setlist

reunion
watershed
gone again
least complicated
starksville
power of two
devotion
mystery
johnnyrotten
chickenman
or
get out the map
shame on you
she's saving me
yield
virginia woolf (matt (my bf) requested it. the original set list said kid
fears)
closer to fine
ozilline
galileo

he also said that rose polenzani kicked ass and that the audience really
loved her too and was not rude, screaming for ig, etc.

anyway, good night (or morning!) y'all!

:-) karen


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date:         sun, 22 jul 2001 07:14:05 edt
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from:         "april c. koonce" <sofreakncool@aol.com>
subject:      amy in atlanta
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hey guys, do any of you know when amy is going to play in atlanta?  i know
that it is next month, but don't know the date, time, or venue.  thanks a ton
for any info!
april

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400080" size=2 family="serif" face="rockwell" lang="0">hey guys, do any of you know when amy is going to play in atlanta?  i know
<br>that it is next month, but don't know the date, time, or venue.  thanks a ton
<br>for any info!
<br>april</font></html>

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date:         sun, 22 jul 2001 22:57:42 -0700
reply-to:     t & l santo <capitolagirls@hotmail.com>
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hi,

if this is received twice, i apologize.  i mailed it out with the wrong
email address the first time.  sorry :-)

sorry for the short notice, we just decided we needed to part with our
wednesday night tickets  :-(   we will be there thursday though :-)

they are sec: 1  row q  seats 9 and 10

mountain winery  july 25th.

we live in santa cruz county and will be going "over the hill" to san jose
on tuesday afternoon if that helps with picking up the tickets.   buyer will
need to be able to hook up with us to get the tickets ahead of time.

price is  $87.30 for the pair (face plus ticketbastard    charges! )   sorry
about that!

we just want the tickets to go to someone who will use them. :-)

please email us privately if interested.

thanks

tay

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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 02:45:04 edt
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from:         "<kim takenishi>" <lyricaldrifter@aol.com>
subject:      portland setlist
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hey everyone!

me n my best bud just got back from the ig concert in portland!  it was
great!!!  happy to say, it was my first ig concert, as i was previously
living in hawaii and i don't think they've played there yet.  anyhow, here's
the setlist!

gone again w/ michelle malone
closer to fine
devotion
watershed
kid fears
power of two
ozilline w/ michelle malone
she's saving me
chicken man  w/ michelle malone
or (rose polenzani & ig)
get out the map w/ michelle malone
starksville
virginia woolfe
johnny rottentale
deconstruction of love
shame on you w/ michelle malone
cold beer and remote control
yield (?)
ghost
galileo

it was a bummer at first cuz everyone behind the standing up area was
standing, and, well, we couldn't see much except for lots of behinds!  glad
to say that they eventually sat down, so we could actually see emily and amy
play!  they were very funny, and it was great the way they interacted with
the crowd.  we were waiting from 10am to get good seats!  it was well worth
the wait though.  i'd definitely do it again!

peace,
kim

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=4>hey everyone!
<br>
<br>me n my best bud just got back from the ig concert in portland!  it was
<br>great!!!  happy to say, it was my first ig concert, as i was previously
<br>living in hawaii and i don't think they've played there yet.  anyhow, here's
<br>the setlist!
<br>
<br>gone again w/ michelle malone
<br>closer to fine
<br>devotion
<br>watershed
<br>kid fears
<br>power of two
<br>ozilline w/ michelle malone
<br>she's saving me
<br>chicken man  w/ michelle malone
<br>or (rose polenzani & ig)
<br>get out the map w/ michelle malone
<br>starksville
<br>virginia woolfe
<br>johnny rottentale
<br>deconstruction of love
<br>shame on you w/ michelle malone
<br>cold beer and remote control
<br>yield (?)
<br>ghost
<br>galileo
<br>
<br>it was a bummer at first cuz everyone behind the standing up area was
<br>standing, and, well, we couldn't see much except for lots of behinds!  glad
<br>to say that they eventually sat down, so we could actually see emily and amy
<br>play!  they were very funny, and it was great the way they interacted with
<br>the crowd.  we were waiting from 10am to get good seats!  it was well worth
<br>the wait though.  i'd definitely do it again!
<br>
<br>peace,
<br>kim</font></html>

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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 06:53:32 -0400
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      birthdays (july 23rd - july 29th, 2001)
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happy birthday to the following listee :)

july 27
i_zarei@net1ef.modares.ac.ir (hideh zareei)

*grins*

happy caffeine to all, and to all a good day *hops off to make coffee*
love,
audra
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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 10:50:02 -0000
reply-to:     chaosbob@presys.com
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from:         "chris m. wilson" <chaosbob@presys.com>
subject:      portland zoo review & birthday update - long
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let me just say that this show was incredible.  it just had a real personal feel to it and it seemed like the whole crowd was full of die-hard fans.  we got to sing happy birthday to emily right after they opened the show with gone again.

to those who are curious, in the end about 50 people responded and asked me to put their names on the card/sign that i made for emily.  i think it worked out well.  it looked nice imho, it took a lot of time to make, and it had all the names on it.  unfortunatley i was not able to present it to emily in person, however i was assured by the nice gal working security and another nice lady that held the prestegious title of event coordinator (or something similiar) that emily would get it.  i took some pictures of the card before i left for portland that i will scan and put on the web when i get back home (sometime during the week).   on a similiar note, flash-photography was allowed at this show, and i shot about three rolls of film during the show.  hopefully those will turn out and i will scan and post those as well (stay tuned).

as for the show itself, it was pure magic.  this is the third ig concert i have been to, the first being the last date of the lillith fair in '97, and the second being the recent show at the cuthbert amphitheater in eugene, oregon.  at first i was bummed that there was no backing band, but it was great.  the 'girls were free to play whatever they wanted to, and they even took a few requests.  in fact, i was elated when they played virginia woolfe after myself and a few others had been yelling for them to play it.  it was awesome.  i have recently re-discovered that song so it was great to hear it live.

the setlist (which i won't post here since it has already been posted) was incredible.  watershed was a real treat, as was chickenman.  amy really got funky during chickenman and started goin off on something during the middle. it was great.  cold beer was also great, except for during the beginning when it seemed like somebody was playing the wrong chords. maybe it was just the lack of backing instruments that made it sound wierd to me.  i think the other noteworth old-school song was ghost.  emily really lulled the crowd with that one in a breathtaking performance.

the new songs were great but not as much fun as far as audience participation goes.  they still rocked though. i can't wait for the new album to come out.  they mentioned the new album which if memory serves, they said they will be recording in september.

if you were there, i'd love to talk to you! just drop me an email.

to the person who was going to boot the show (you know where you are...), please email me.  i looked for you but it seems that several people met the discription you gave me. :)

that's all for now!

~ chris (who is very tired!)
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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 09:59:32 -0700
reply-to:     michael cunningham <begonias15@yahoo.com>
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hkf's,

amy ray - 8/25/01 - echo lounge

here's from the echo lounge website:
saturday august 25th: daemon records showcase: amy ray
(indigo girls) / the butchies / moto-litas / 1945 (tix
on sale 8/1/01) ($6.00)
http://www.echostatic.com/echolounge/

happy summer!
-mkc

--- "april c. koonce" <sofreakncool@aol.com> wrote:
> hey guys, do any of you know when amy is going to
> play in atlanta?  i know
> that it is next month, but don't know the date,
> time, or venue.  thanks a ton
> for any info!
> april
>


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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 11:29:46 -0700
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subject:      wonderful timing  sigc
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hey friends,

my partner and i and daughter had our housewarming party this saturday. we
have been in the house for about 2 months now. we have been trying to find a
notary to get all of the 1,000 pages of legal documents for domestic
partnership required by the state of az to cover us for the hospitals, the
house, the child, the schools, everything....well...one of our friends is a
notary we find out. he had his stamp with him by chance, we had all the
paperwork. so as we were signing....power of two came on the cd player as we
signed the last page. talk about happy as hell, perfect day, perfect
music...go came on after that....then melissa's new cd and etc..it was
wonderful. there were about 35 people there...not expecting this to have
taken place..but out of em all about 20 knew the words to pot...it was
wonderful being serenaded by our friends, the girls on this wonderful day in
our lives....just had to share.

loralei riney
banner health managed care
eligibility supervisor/ membership analysts
480-827-4829
fax 480-827-4803
pager 602-817-8515
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date:         tue, 24 jul 2001 04:40:58 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@fl.net.au>
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hey folks,

chris wilson said:
> to those who are curious, in the end about 50 people responded
> and asked me to put their names on the card/sign that i made
> for emily.

and a big thank you to chris for organising the birthday
card!  you rock.

:)
sherlyn
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         and it'll push right back
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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 19:37:00 -0400
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hey, how cool is that!  good for you guys.  a special day with special
friends and special music - doesn't get much better than that.  thanks for
sharing and may you enjoy a long and happy life together!

kotz

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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 18:29:22 -0600
reply-to:     "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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from:         "amy m." <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu>
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does anyone know for sure if that's what that song is called? not that it
really matters. i'm just curious. does anyone know anything more about
it? (nothing specific, just anything.) when they did that song in seattle
on 7/19, i cried. does anyone have a boot?

looking forward to the new album!
amy m.

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                -amy ray

"women together is a powerful thing, especially when you join it with
music."
                -emily saliers

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hey,

thanks everyone for the reviews is suli teching this time around?? just =
curious...

thanks

jo

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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 22:29:21 -0400
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subject:      re: she\'s saving me

i have an mp3 of \'she\'s saving me\' on my site.  emily talks briefly before performing the song.  :)

http://brianclary.com

- brian


\"amy m.\" <indigrrl@selway.umt.edu> wrote:
> does anyone know for sure if that\'s what that song is called? not that it
really matters. i\'m just curious. does anyone know anything more about
it? (nothing specific, just anything.) when they did that song in seattle
on 7/19, i cried. does anyone have a boot?

looking forward to the new album!
amy m.

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                -amy ray

\"women together is a powerful thing, especially when you join it with
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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 23:32:50 edt
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thanks, brian!  those mp3's sound great!

i am having troubles (as usual) understanding the lyrics to "she's saving me"
anyone wanna give transcribing them a shot?

2 days until saratoga!!!

:-) karen

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date:         mon, 23 jul 2001 22:16:53 -0700
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i just became an aunt for the third time. he's 7lbs 12 oz and twenty-two
inches. they were
taking his temp, and washing him off, gave him a shot, combed his hair,
he was naked and cold, and ole baby henry james  was not content to let
that ride ...he showed everyone
he us all he's not going to take any bs, from us far as he's concerned
he 's going straight to mommie and daddy

i felt so sorry for him, ''leave me alone! let go! what are you doing to
me?! where am i?!" is probably what was going on....but  then they set
him in warm water, and he settled down.

i had to say that, i'm excited.

peace
barb

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date:         tue, 24 jul 2001 07:57:05 -0500
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hey there everyone.  i found an mp3 of winthrop on bearshare.  unfortunately
i don't have a web site to put it up on.  if you want it i would be glad to
e-mail it to you though.

mi rinda

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date:         tue, 24 jul 2001 08:48:19 -0500
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okay, here is my stab at the lyrics.  let me know what you think!

we were sitting around the dying fire somebody lit incense somebody lit a
cigarette & passed a bottle around..  it was just strawberry season that
breaking pickers in the patches. everything's burning down to ashes & down
to the ground.  she's saving me.  i don't even think she knows it.  it's a
strange way to show it as distance of last night's dream unravels.  she's
saving me.  i'm a very lost soul i was born with a hole in my heart the size
of my landlocked travels.  i tried to put it aside but it's too much bigger
than me.  there's a big brown hawk in the tree lighting beneath him (?).
and there's tea leaves tossed in, head's up pennies in my pocket.  dead star
like i broke it, the arch of my grieving.  she's saving me.  i don't even
think she knows it.  that's a strange way to show it as distance of last
night's dream unravels.  she's saving me.  i'm a very lost soul, i was born
with a hole in my heart the size of my landlocked travels.  the sky pours
out biblical rain.  then days so still the beauty brings you pain.  the heat
wave kills the green.  but she remains the same.  the colors of my dreams
with all things blooming.  this is not all there is.  it's not a kingdom.
it's not an angry god.  it feels like her.  it feels like no fear it feels
like no town (?).  it feels like inside out the ashes stirred.  and she's
saving me.  i don't even think she knows it.  it's a strange way to show it
as just last night's dream unravels. she's saving me i'm a very lost soul.
i was born with a hole in my heart the size of my landlocked travels.


mi rinda

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date:         tue, 24 jul 2001 10:41:20 -0400
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wow! brian, thank you so much for putting that song on your
website for us to listen to.  i didn't get all of the words either (as
usual), but what a moving song.  of course, i'm sitting in my cube
listening to it with my ear up to the speaker, tears are floating down
my checks, and someone pops into the cube and says, "excuse me
cathy, but we are out of red pencils" (i'm the head of purchasing at my
job).  i said "what???"  she repeated and then i had to shut it down
and find her blessed pencils - talk about timing huh?

put me on the list of those waiting with bated breath for the new cd.
i can't wait until next weekend.

happy, ummm wednesday???, no it's tuesday.
c

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hkf's  -
since i am not honored enough to be able to see the
girls this summer, i am dying to hear the new songs.
which brings me to problem number 2.  i love the brian
clary website and i am a member of the mailing list.
but now that i am home for the summer from college, my
computer is painstakingly slow and it doesnt let me
download many things.  i would live it if someone
could email me the song in hopes that it would be
easier for me to hear.  thanks so much.  hope y'all
are having a fabulous summer!

~diana

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oh my...
um. this is perhaps one of emily's best songs ever written (inclusive of
ghost and history of us) i have never said that about a song - it is
extremely well done as a duo - for those not on the big list -
http://brianclary.com has it. i am trying so hard not to exaggerate - it is
quite impressive - you remember those harmonies you fell in love with on
everything on self titled - this song is just soooo good.


download the mp3 - it is a beautiful song.

mjr

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my mailbox got messed up by the it guys here in the building...can someone
please email me privately the lyrics to she's saving me..sorry to
interrupt.....sparkie

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hi,

my sister has 2 tickets for the mountain winery show 7/25 that she can't use.
they are 10th or 12th row.  anyone interested should email her at
jessica@a52.com  she has a friend who is going and can bring the tickets.

thanks, carlisle

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<br>my sister has 2 tickets for the mountain winery show 7/25 that she can't use.
<br> they are 10th or 12th row.  anyone interested should email her at
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just received a flyer in the mail from the atlanta ballet which advertises a
show running from october 18 to 21, 2001 described as follows:

the indigo girls project
"world premier.  the indigo girls and atlanta ballet, with choreography by
margo sappington, appear live on stage together in a unique evening of music
and dance.  also featured is george balanchine's neoclassic gem serenade set
to tchaikovsky's serenade in c major for string ochestra."

more info at www.atlantaballet.com


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"it feels like no fear it feels
like no town (?)."

i think it may be no doubt - that's one line
i could hear pretty clearly.  thanks for the
lyrics, mi rinda.  i would have never gotten all
of that.

and congratulations, barbara on your new little
nephew. babies are just the cutest darn things.

ahhhh, wednesday - just a little more than one
week away from girl's weekend.
c

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folks,

    i have an mp3 of winthrop (likely the same version as mirinda's --
i got it from bearshare too).  its clearly a boot version and from
the filename it looks like it made at the warfield concert, almost
certainly on the sots tour.

    quality is good, complete song with front end emily banter.  runs
4:45 and is 4.5mb.

    i'm currently logged into the musiccity peer-to-peer site
(cmbecker) where the file is shared. i'll try to stay online all day.
if you aren't familiar with musiccity, you can get the client you'd
need from cnet downloads -- search for morpheus.

take care,

chris

p.s.  brian clary, email me privately if you'd like a copy for your site....

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please tell me someone recorded the concert last night. i would give my
right arm for a copy- it was an unbelievable show.

tamara

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<p>hmm. where to begin. well it was awesome, possibly the best ig show i have ever seen. now i know i say that every time but really it's true. they were both in incredible voice, especially emily who seems to be getting even more skilled on the guitar and her voice getting richer by the year. amy was no slouch either, i thought she was going to pop out her appendix scar during johnny rotten. i just loved the no band format, you could hear the harmonies so much better. michelle malone was also great, if ever there was a 3rd indigo girl, she'd be it and amy and emily obviously enjoyed having her there. </p>
<p>they filmed the entire show including the audience and even the 'getting on the bus and signing autographs and chatting later' bit, which they did very graciously. apparently this will be shown on tv, more details to be posted on the fillmore's web site (<u><font color=#0000c0>http://www.thefillmore.com</u></font>). the fillmore produced a great poster which they ran out of but the very personable security / fillmore employee guy procured a bunch more for the faithful lined up by the bus. security and employees at the fillmore were the nicest and most easy going i've ever encountered, no goons (with apologies to all goons) in front of the stage with their arms crossed. very nice. </p>
<p>amusing comment: amy said they would like to start a low ticket prices movement (or something to that effect) and then mentioned madonna at $250 a ticket. she said she'd like to get madonna alone in a room and talk about ticket prices (audience and emily laughing at this point). emily said something to the effect, ya right, you'd get madonna alone in a room and talk. amy said, ya, i could do it, ( with a rather malicious grin on her face). </p>
<p>i am at work trying to look busy so i don't have the set list in front of me but will post it if no one else does. i need coffee.</p>
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hey, all!  well, miracles never cease--i have finally taken the plunge into=20
mp3 technology.  (it took getting to hear "she's saving me" again before the=
=20
cd comes out to force me into it!)  thanks to brian clary hosting the file o=
n=20
his site.  also, many thanks to mi rinda for posting the lyrics!  i tried to=
=20
chicken scratch them down during the salt lake concert, but of course, i=20
couldn't write fast enough.  and though it does sound like "town" on the mp3=
,=20
at the slc concert, i thought i heard, "it feels like no doubt." =a0that's m=
y=20
guess at it, anyway.  --gina

p.s.  i still say, if you think "she's saving me" is pretty--and it is=20
gorgeous--wait until you hear "deconstruction," if you haven't already. =20
hint, hint.  (anyone going to be working on that mp3 in the near future? =20
puh-leeeeeeeeeeez!)

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<html><font face=3darial,helvetica><font  size=3d2>hey, all!  well, mir=
acles never cease--i have finally taken the plunge into=20
<br>mp3 technology.  (it took getting to hear "she's saving me" again b=
efore the=20
<br>cd comes out to force me into it!)  thanks to brian clary hosting t=
he file on=20
<br>his site.  also, many thanks to mi rinda for posting the lyrics! &n=
bsp;i tried to=20
<br>chicken scratch them down during the salt lake concert, but of course, i=
=20
<br>couldn't write fast enough.  and though it does sound like "town" o=
n the mp3,=20
<br>at the slc concert, i thought i heard, "it feels like no doubt." =a0that=
's my=20
<br>guess at it, anyway.  --gina
<br>
<br>p.s.  i still say, if you think "she's saving me" is pretty--and it=
is=20
<br>gorgeous--wait until you hear "deconstruction," if you haven't already.=20=
 
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fantastic show.  my 8th time.  better than the berkeley greek shows from
years past, i think.

line-up was mellow.  got there around 4.  around 5, a green jetta drives
up and there's amy peeking out of the crowded back seat.  no one rushes
her as she emerges, then emily gets out.  we applaud.  they pop the
trunk and amy grabs a guitar out and they head in.  just a couple of
women on their way to work.  no lincoln town cars for them.

the fillmore is all ga, so the four cutting people who got out of a limo
are pushed back to their rightful place at the back of the line.  good
line camaraderie.

the fillmore is almost pitch black inside, so after the run up the
stairs, we must have looked like idiots feeling our way towards the
stage, trying not to step on people.  we sit.  waitresses serve drinks
to the sitting fans.  my pals and i end up 3 people back, dead center.
for the first time at any show i can remember, each and every person in
front of me was actually legitimately in front of me in line.  the
system appeared to be working.  the deserving fans in line first were
right against the stage.  perfect line karma.

michelle rocked big time with a band, even playing one song sounding
suspiciously black sabbath-ish.

nine o'clock comes and goes without the girls taking the stage.  they
are being filmed up in the 'special balcony' as they make their way down
to the stage.  the place erupts.  the vibe is phenomenal on the floor.
tall people adjust, short people adapt, dancers become close to the
former strangers on either side of them.  email-only friends are
discovered and met.

the girls look happy.

we get a sweet potwo.
we get a _perfect_ rendition of the third greatest song ever written,
ghost, including mr. brubeck on cello as a special treat.  fans in the
ghost club (of which i am a member) hug and dry their tears when it
finishes, in spite of amy's single missed word. (captor).  (side note to
tapers: if someone booted this show, please at least provide ghost
somewhere.  thanks.)
we get a lovely watershed.
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amy-spittle.
we get four new songs which already sound like classics.
we get to sing the michael stipe part of kfears in perfect pitch.
we get mm on a half-dozen or so songs, in each one she adds something
nice, sometimes subtle, often not-so-subtle.

but what made it such a great show was the fact that the front of the
floor was full of people like us.  there are no season ticket holders at
the fillmore.  there are no ticketmaster vips at the front of the
fillmore.  there are no trendites 'lucking' into the front row of the
fillmore.  there are only we fans, singing when we should, being
extremely quiet when we shouldn't, not having conversations during songs
we don't recognize.

i'll be in saratoga tonight, but it won't be the same.  they'll be
chairs and wine and hoity toity people.  let's see if we can drown them
out.

see ya,

michael.

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hey guys!

the fillmore was awesome. i took two rolls of film which will be back
in an hour and a half. i'm hopefully going to post some of them to my
website this afternoon; i'll let you know.

below is my review, also to be posted on my website, www.indigirl.com.

it's a little long... but i'm verbose, i guess!

--------------------
this was... without a doubt... the best concert i've ever been to.
aside from having backstage access, there
would be no way to improve upon the experience.

i used my one comp day at work to take the day off and sit on the grimy
sidewalk outside the fillmore from
11am on. i live only a block from there, so it was a relatively
painless experience, except for the pigeon
poop and the rather uncomfortable sitting.

as usual, the other women in line were great. two women from sacramento
got there at 8:30am. i was next, just
behind them.

nice.

ever since i moved near the fillmore, i've had fantasies about the
girls performing there, so i was going to be
in the front row, no matter what.

around 1:30pm, the tour bus pulled up, and after backing up, then going
around the block, they began unloading the
gear. no sight of the girls; they would come later. it looks like the
girls are using a different bus this
year; it's brown instead of that blueish purple one they had last year.
*shrug*

a bit later, michelle pulled up in a white van and walked up and down
the line with her video camera. a
few people spoke with her, but i got the impression that most of the
line didn't recognize her.

i wasn't prepared for how beautiful she is. photos do not do her
justice. i went over to chat for a moment, and she signed
my laminated europe rail network map. (it's a long story). she asked
where she should sign it, and i told her to pick her
favorite sea. she signed near greece, because she said she's always
wanted to go there.

a few hours later, a green jetta pulls up, with emily in the front
passenger seat, and amy in the back. it stopped directly
ahead of me, but they pretty much just got out of the car and went
inside, without glancing at us. i think
that sort of situation makes them a bit uncomfortable. amy had on her
red jacket and her stage clothes (the print shirt from the
stag tours and the girlfriends photos with brown pants). emily was
wearing her red shirt with a striped shirt underneath.

when the time came to go inside, i wrapped my big old camera in a scarf
and a jacket and shoved the bundle in my bag. this
strategy has worked in the past, because security will look inside, and
feel around, and see nothing, even though the camera
is so huge. i got up to the front, and chose the guy security person,
because i figured he was less likely to give me a tough
time. he felt the bag, asked if i had any mace or alcohol bottles
(no!), and then let me in. just in front of me, a guy got
busted for having some sort of camera, so i was really lucky.

i sprinted up the steps and sort of ran across the floor and ended up
with a nice patch of stage immediately below amy. *swoon*

if we hadn't rushed like that, we wouldn't have been in the front. that
seems really sad, since there were only four people ahead of
me in line!

a film crew had set up inside. i asked one of the cameramen what they
were filming; "live at the fillmore", which will be on upn sometime.

before the show, some cameras went around to film people in line and at
the stage. supposedly, the show dates will be posted on the
<a href="http://www.thefillmore.com/" target="_blank">fillmore
website</a> sometime soon.

i love michelle's music - i have all her cds and know all the words to
most of her songs. she had such an incredible stage presence.
she knew how to captivate the audience. highlights for me were "avalon"
(my all-time favorite), and "hello out there" from her new album.
both sort of express how i've been feeling lately, so they seemed
completely appropriate.

she made a lot of eye contact with the audience (including me), and
smiled a ton.

i would follow her around the country, too.

after a very long wait, the girls came out. amy was wearing the same
outfit she had on earlier, and emily had changed into a blue tee shirt
and a very pretty blue batik shirt. both looked awesome and very
relaxed. they got a wonderful welcome from the crowd and seemed to
really enjoy the high positive energy level going around.

during the concert, the cameras were everywhere. i think i was on tape
quite a bit, but it's hard to tell. the setlist was just about perfect.
i know someone else will post it, so i'll include it here as soon as i
get it.

matt brubeck and sarah from k's choice, along with michelle, played and
sang on many of the songs. seeing matt in an acoustic performance
was very special; the cello adds such a great dimension to the guitars,
and he's such a talented performer!

highlights for me were the four new songs (especially yield and
deconstruction of love), devotion (of course), and cold beer and remote
control (!!!!).

kid fears was amazing, with the audience strong on the michael stipe
part. actually, all the songs were great. amy made a few flubs - in
virginia woolf she missed the word "captor" and replaced it with
something else that was really weird. (i can't remember for the life of
me now, but i will!) she laughed, then teased herself about it during
the break.

they seemed to not tell as many stories this time, maybe because of the
cameras, but emily did say that she wrote "she's saving me" for her
sister who passed away last year. she also spoke about pigeons, how a
friend told her they seem to be grouping together a lot more lately.
she and amy speculated on
what birds know.

amy spoke a bit about this documentary she saw that day about women
mountain bike racers. sounded very cool.

the show lasted about 100 minutes. they didn't do an encore, explaining
again how they thought it was sort of silly. amy said she wanted to
start an anti-encore movement in the music community.
i think it was at this point that she said she would sit down with
madonna and discuss ticket prices as well.

they ended with "closer to fine" instead of "galileo" which was a
sentimental and nostalgic change.

after the show, the techies cleaned up really fast, tossing pics and
setlists into the audience. i didn't get anything, but that was ok.
sarah got a pic (!!!) and leslie got a setlist, so our group did very
well.

leaving the fillmore is always a challenge, especially if you're up
front. we didn't get out of the building for a half hour, and at that
point, the posters were all gone. christy berger had saved me an extra
one though (!!!!), so that was cool.

we all waited by the bus for an hour and a half, freezing our buns off,
and putting up with the power-tripping staff guy who handed out posters
and "souvenirs" that he could find back stage. he was really
irritating, but it was nice of him to make sure that we got posters,
even if some girls had to beg for them.

i can't describe how freezing it was back there. many of sf's streets
are effectively wind tunnels, and the fillmore is on one of them. plus,
the fog came in (duh), so it was misty and windy. a very nice
combination, hmmm?

matt came out after a long while and i got him to autograph my map as
well. i told him how awesome he did, and he seemed appreciative, but
said he wouldn't be going to the saratoga shows, unfortunately. he was
very nice and reminded me a lot of one of my friends from college,
which was odd.

finally, the girls came out and stopped to chat and sign autographs.
emily signed over part of the map key, and amy signed in the atlantic,
just off britain. i figure if/when i get to europe, i'll be taking this
map with as a sentimental token... or something like that. maybe a
lucky charm?

both girls were in fantastic moods. i told emily how much i liked her
shirt. she seemed sort of surprised, but said "thank you" and smiled
real big. amy looked a little surprised that she was signing a map, but
i told her it was unconventional, and she said that was cool.

i climed into bed at 2am, exhausted and fantastically happy. the show
could not have been better. the crowd was respectful and enthusiastic.
the girls were in great moods. it couldn't have been a better night.

i can't wait until tonight for the first saratoga shows!

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thanks to all the cool people i met there!!!!!!!!!

--amy

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i know you all love the brian clary website (brianclary.com), so i just
have to tell you that i love brian clary.  what an amazing guy to
dedicate all of his time to make a website for us, add all of these mp3s
and reviews, and give everyone a place to meet other fans...  and
somewhere in all of that he works a full time job and still finds time to
talk to me. ;)  i am utterly and hopelessly in love with him.

sorry to post something so nigc to the list, but i just felt like i had
to share with the world. ;) everyone just has so many 'power of two'
stories to share.... well... i've finally had mine. :)

katie
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does anyone have one extra ticket for saratoga on thursday? email me if
you have one for sale! :)

thanks!
amy

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hey all,

a good friend went to her first ig concert at the pier on the wednesday
show.  i'd like to surprise her by getting her a boot of that show.  is
such a beast available yet?

much thanks!

tracy

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here's my review from britt. i'm getting photos back from this in a few
minutes, too. this will be on my website later today, along with the
photos! :)

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i arose at 5, and got ready, picking up my friend lori by 6am. by 6:15,
we crossed the bay bridge and were
heading for sacramento to meet up with christy and her friend jamie.

an hour later, we climed into her minivan, packed it up with coolers,
food, blankets, and backpacks, and headed north
on i-5, through redding, past mt. shasta, and up to southern oregon.

it takes a long time to drive 300 miles with four girls in a car, but
we got there, checked into the crappy
days inn, and headed over to jacksonville by 3pm.

i got in line and did like the others, putting my stuff in the sun
(where the line officially was), and camping out under
a tree on the shady side of the street. as i spread my purple blanket
out over the grass and laid down, i looked
around at the hills, and the trees, and breathed air so much cleaner
than san francisco's... i decided it
was utopia.

two young girls walked around passing out fliers for their service,
"ladies in waiting." for a mere $3.50 and hour, they would
hold your place in line. such industry - and what a great gig! i had a
lemonade stand back then, but still... i can imagine the
profits!
not an hour later, and sound check started. i should explain that the
theater is open-air, so the line wrapped around the side and we were
able to hear with perfect clarity, amy and emily tuning and practicing.


emily sang both her new songs completely through, plus snippets of
other songs. amy sang most of "starkville", most of "yield", and a few
other bits.
she experimented with different picks, saying that she should use the
paul westerburg pick for one song, and joking that she spent all this
time
on a pick she would only use for one song! ("yield"). she also talked
about her "shirley manson" pick.

they played "mystery" together, and many other songs. i think i
remember "chiapas bound", but i could be making that up.

i lay under the shade and listened. everything was so quiet and
wonderful. i thought that if the concert never happened, i could be
content
with only that one perfect souncheck. it alone was worth the drive!

my friends returned, along with lori's friend kate from ashland (a real
sweetheart). soon after, we baked a little more in the hot sun, then
went in. we were far from gaining a place in the coveted front general
admission section, so we found a nice patch of scorched grass on the
hill just behind the reserved seats. the view was fantastic enough!

the crowd was very mellow; not a ton of die hard fans. many people
brought picnics and wine, and it was a neat relaxed atmosphere. usually
i'm more into
the standing/dancing shows, but at this point, i was so relaxed i was
quite content.

now, i'm not a huge rose polenzani fan. i think she's very talented,
and a great songwriter, but in the past, i've thought her a bit too
mellow for an
opener. she's more the sort i would love to go hang in a small bar or
coffeshop and chill to. but, she won me over with her performance. it
fit the mood
so perfectly, and she was such a great performer, even if she did seem
a bit shy.

now i loved her so much, i have to go buy her new album. *sigh*

one of my friends had given me two reserved seats to try and sell, but
since the show wasn't sold out, i had no luck. in the break
between rose and the girls, i walked up on the hill until i found two
people sitting alone who looked like they could be fans. they were a
cute lesbian couple
who looked a little disappointed to be sitting so far back.

i asked them if they were big fans. "oh yes, " they said. "we've been
fans for a long time." they looked a little confused as to why i was
asking them this.
i told them i had two reserved seats in the last row, and they could
have them if they wanted.

i then had to convince them that no, i didn't want them cause i was in
a big group, and yes, they were free.

they told me it was so great cause that night was their 14th
anniversary. at this point, i was almost in tears. it was so cool being
able to do that for someone.

that good deed sort of paid off because one of the security guards told
us that if no one took the reserved tarp down front before the show
started, we should
take it. and we did.

so, we were three rows back, in the center. wow. the mood was decidely
mellow; most people were sitting or laying back. but, the stage was
only a foot off the
ground, so i can understand why standing probably wouldn't have been
soooo great.

people danced on the side, and we all stood and danced for a few songs.


a&e were in awesome moods, too. amy was wearing her butchies tee shirt,
and emily had on her "mike's bar" shirt with the red shirt over it. she
seems to wear that
shirt a lot... anyone know the significance?

they brought rose out for "or", which was lovely as always.

a really tiny little girl (maybe six years old?) danced in the front
almost the whole time. she was soooo cute - swaying back and forth to
the music.
i wonder what it would be like to be introduced to that environment so
young? how lucky she is...

the show was really great. second only to santa cruz fat fry last year,
in my opinion. most of it was the atmosphere; it was so quiet, and the
crowd was really
respectful and listened well. the music was dead-on perfect, even if
they had to go early cause of a 10:30 curfew.

it was well worth the drive. the scenery alone was fabulous; rolling
hills covered with trees; mountains in the distance; grand valleys.

indigo utopia.

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thanks everyone who responded to my request for addt'l info.

after finding out that emily wrote that song about her sister, it made it
that much more significant. wow. it truly is an amazing song.

unfortunately, i also do not have a very speedy computer for
downloading. does anyone have any suggestions for a better way, if any
such thing exists?

thanks,
amy m.

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in a message dated 7/25/2001 2:02:53 pm central daylight time,
katieben@juno.com writes:


> i know you all love the brian clary website (brianclary.com), so i just
> have to tell you that i love brian clary.  what an amazing guy to
> dedicate all of his time to make a website for us, add all of these mp3s
> and reviews, and give everyone a place to meet other fans...  and
> somewhere in all of that he works a full time job and still finds time to
> talk to me. ;)  i am utterly and hopelessly in love with him.


hahahah, that is so funny that you "came out" that, because i am in love with
him too!  heh.  what a fantastic guy you are brian clary!
april


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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400080" size=2 family="serif" face="rockwell" lang="0">in a message dated 7/25/2001 2:02:53 pm central daylight time,
<br>katieben@juno.com writes:
<br>
<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">i know you all love the brian clary website (brianclary.com), so i just
<br>have to tell you that i love brian clary.  what an amazing guy to
<br>dedicate all of his time to make a website for us, add all of these mp3s
<br>and reviews, and give everyone a place to meet other fans...  and
<br>somewhere in all of that he works a full time job and still finds time to
<br>talk to me. ;)  i am utterly and hopelessly in love with him.</font><font  color="#000000" size=3 family="sansserif" face="arial" lang="0"></blockquote>
<br></font><font  color="#400080" size=2 family="serif" face="rockwell" lang="0">
<br>
<br>hahahah, that is so funny that you "came out" that, because i am in love with
<br>him too!  heh.  what a fantastic guy you are brian clary!
<br>april
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hey gang -

the photos i took from britt and fillmore are now available on my
website;

http://www.indigirl.com/igc.html

follow the links.

:) enjoy!
--amy

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i've scanned the setlists for the 7/18 seattle, 7/21 britt, and 7/22
portland shows and put them on my site.

if you're interested, they can be found at
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they didn't play closer 2 fine. has this ever happened before? it
wasn't even on the setlist! they didn't play least complicated, either,
but that doesn't surprise me nearly as much...

a really good show... more in the morning when i'm awake. just had to
share my shock.

:) amy

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hi,

i'm looking for one more ticket for thursday's
saratoga concert.  maybe two tickets if you have
them... <g>  if you do, please leave a message at the
first number below or try the cell phone.  email ok,
if in the morning.  thanks!
rosemary  925-422-4104.  925-784-3685 cell.

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three questions for all of you:

1 does anyone know specifically what year amy stopped singing blood and fire?
does anyone actually know exactly when she last sang it in concert?

2 can anyone catch all the lyrics to careless youth? i got a copy of it
(thanks to elle) but i can't make out many words. wow does amy sound
crone-like. very cool.

3 non igc- my 13 yearold siter has somehow morphed into a punk/goth nirvana
worshipper. (does she realize that he died when she was like 2 or something?)

anyway, even though there's no good reason to please someone who has decided
that no one's taste in music is cooler or less mainstream than hers (hello,
can you get less mainstream than the butchies?) i'd like to get her a nirvana
concert boot for her birthday.
figured i'd check here first. does anyone have any boots, know someone who
does?

since this monologue to the void is already so long i'll just add:
not that anyone neccesarily cares but my landlord finally gave in and i'm
getting a dog!!!!!!
(i've only been dreaming about this for my whole life)
anyway,
sarah

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date:         thu, 26 jul 2001 12:43:30 edt
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i'm sorry if this has been posted before. these are the lyrics to yield, as
far as i can pick out:

i was downstairs in the green room waiting for you to appear i said hello to
your family i said hello to your friends i said hello to this situation that
never yields now it seems easy for me to tell you that my love for you is
sincere i would stubble on these feelings i would stubble on these words
something you won't ever stubble on dear oh you were so below all of those
words just to tell me no and you were so soft spoken with all of the others
said you were broken oh they just let you go ah oh you were so below all of
those words just to tell me no and you were so soft spoken with all of the
others said you were broken oh they just let you go so when you're 3 days
down the highway and you're looking like i feel and it takes a lot to keep it
going it takes a lot just to keep it really i said it takes some time to
before yourself can learn to yield.

kim

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#000040" size=2 family="serif" face="georgia" lang="0">i'm sorry if this has been posted before. these are the lyrics to yield, as
<br>far as i can pick out:
<br>
<br>i was downstairs in the green room waiting for you to appear i said hello to
<br>your family i said hello to your friends i said hello to this situation that
<br>never yields now it seems easy for me to tell you that my love for you is
<br>sincere i would stubble on these feelings i would stubble on these words
<br>something you won't ever stubble on dear oh you were so below all of those
<br>words just to tell me no and you were so soft spoken with all of the others
<br>said you were broken oh they just let you go ah oh you were so below all of
<br>those words just to tell me no and you were so soft spoken with all of the
<br>others said you were broken oh they just let you go so when you're 3 days
<br>down the highway and you're looking like i feel and it takes a lot to keep it
<br>going it takes a lot just to keep it really i said it takes some time to
<br>before yourself can learn to yield.
<br>
<br>kim</font></html>

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in a message dated 7/26/2001 11:44:43 am central daylight time,
kimh57@aol.com writes:


> oh you were so below all of those
> words just to tell me no

hey, thanks a lot kim for posting the lyrics, but on that particular part, i
believe that amy is saying "you were so baroque--all those words just to tell
me no".  does anybody else hear that?
thanks!
april

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  color="#400080" size=2 family="serif" face="rockwell" lang="0">in a message dated 7/26/2001 11:44:43 am central daylight time,
<br>kimh57@aol.com writes:
<br>
<br></font><font  color="#000000" size=2 family="sansserif" face="arial" lang="0">
<br></font><font  color="#000040" size=2 family="serif" face="georgia" lang="0"><blockquote type=cite style="border-left: #0000ff 2px solid; margin-left: 5px; margin-right: 0px; padding-left: 5px">oh you were so below all of those
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<br></font><font  color="#400080" size=2 family="serif" face="rockwell" lang="0">
<br>hey, thanks a lot kim for posting the lyrics, but on that particular part, i
<br>believe that amy is saying "you were so baroque--all those words just to tell
<br>me no".  does anybody else hear that?
<br>thanks!
<br>april</font></html>

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thanks for posting these kim!

i thought it was "broke", but baroque makes more sense on that line.  i
heard other things as well, but mostly still the same as kim's.

i was downstairs
in the green room
waiting for you to appear
i said hello
to your family
i said hello
to your friends
i said hello
to this situation
that never yields

now it seems easy for me to tell you
that my love for you is sincere
i would stumble on these feelings   (i hear "stumble")
i would stumble on these words
something you won't ever stumble on dear

oh you were so broke
all of those words just to tell me no
and you were so soft spoken
with all of the others
you said you were broken (i heard  "you" before said)
oh they just let you go ah

oh you were so broke
all of those words just to tell me no
and you were so soft spoken
with all of the others
you said you were broken
oh they just let you go

so when you're 3 days
down the highway
and you're looking like i feel
and it takes a lot to keep it going
it takes a lot just to keep it real
i said take some time to  yourself  (instead of "it takes")
and learn to yield.

i am so excited for this album.  i haven't like the last ones as much, so
its really exciting for me that they're doing a folk album.  i just wish
they would have come to mpls.  oh well.  amy and the butchies will be here
soon.

amanda


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date:         thu, 26 jul 2001 10:50:30 -0700
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just wanted to add my a few of my comments to the already excellent observations of the fillmore show... ;)

observations
the girls seemed really happy that night and very playful.  several moments during their set, they would talk to each other and laugh.  i especially remember a moment in the beginning, when they were singing least complicated.  they both were singing, and i noticed amy slyly look towards emily, waiting for emily to look back at her.  when emily did, amy stuck her tongue out at her.  pretty cute.

during watershed, just a couple of songs after amy commented about how she couldn't get over the fact that she screwed up one word in ghost (replacing "captor" with "sceptor"), she flubs up again.  this time, she nearly forgets the "and there's always retrospect" verse.  emily looked over at amy, who looked confused and hesitated as she started the verse.  then, after a good 3 second pause, amy remembered it and started singing.  everyone was all giggles.return-path: <>
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the bird thing became a running joke throughout the night.  it began with emily talking about pigeons and how they seem to be doing a lot of gathering lately.  she commented, "i'm sure there's a lot of shit that birds know that we don't know."  and amy retorted, "there's a lot of bird shit we know that they don't know."  the bird thing also came up during the madonna discussion.  when amy said she wanted to get madonna in a room to talk ticket prices, emily said, "i want to get madonna alone in a room and talk about..... birds."

other personal comments
matt was awesome!  i think he first came out for virgina woolf, starting off with his cello version of the string prelude.  both girls were in awe; i even caught amy mouth "wow."  he also did some great work in ghost and performed some cool plucking during chickenman.

re: chickenman.  i just love how they always change the way they perform this song.  (amy commented about how this was a "super guest" song cuz both matt and michelle performed it with them.  she also commented how easy it is to have guests for a song when it's in the key of d.)  i absolutely loved the way amy's new song was incorporated, and the various solos... emily was awesome as usual.

highlights for me:  gone again... this song sounds so good duo style + michelle.  watershed... first time i heard it in concert.  shame on you... the "beautiful ladies" line--be still my heart.  she's saving me... wow--some of the best lyrics ever from emily.

overall great concert... one of my favorite ig performances.  btw, i'd like to put in a word or two for michelle malone.  i had seen her before when the girls played the greek theatre in berkeley a few years ago... i liked her then.  but now, wow... seeing her up close and all smiles... what a hottie!  i'm a believer!

peace y'all,
a.l.

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date:         thu, 26 jul 2001 11:30:28 -0700
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a beautiful location, but a rather unusual crowd for an ig show.
enjoyable, anyhow, but a letdown after the fillmore. (of course, i
think anything would be a letdown after that!!!)


wine and cheese

the crowd was definately the "wine and cheese" variety. i heard one
woman describe it as the "sting" crowd, and i noticed way too much
brooks brothers and laura ashley. the hardcore fans (like me) really
stuck out in our "more typical" concert attire.

when we finished getting lost, and driving up the very steep, very very
curvy, road... we went into the venue and i saw about 30 people i've
met at other concerts! it made it feel a bit like a family reunion, or
going into a local hangout. i have to say, that was a great feeling.

kodak moments

the venue was incredibly beautiful, with a panoramic view across the
lower bay area. the stage was set up in a small section with bleachers
on either side. behind the stage was a beautiful old church-like
building covered with vines; very scenic.

when the sun set, the clear sky was scattered with stars. it felt
right.

rose

rose was really fantastic, again. she wore the same red vinyl pants and
cute green tank top as she had on previous nights. she said she was
cold, but "when you're starting out, you can't take a chance of people
not recognizing you." she was a little less in her element than at
britt, but then i think we all felt that.

listening quietly

when the girls came on, the crowd listened respectfully and quietly. it
was a bit like being at a classical music concert, especially since my
seats were up front with all the "reserve club" members. not sure how
that happened.

it was way too sedate for me. i bounced in my chair, wanting to dance,
but not wanting to piss off the thousand seated people behind me. on
the plus side, it did give me a great chance to appreciate again how
amazing emily's technique is.

the acoustics seemed especially good; the vocals rang out with such
startling clarity. emily constantly took my breath away, most of all on
those high, long, clear notes.

some highlights

i *finally* heard "philosophy of loss" live. emily prefaced it with her
schpeil about the church and fundamentalist congregations that exclude
gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgendered people. i'm wondering if
she only performs that song at venues where it's "needed"? the mountain
winery did have a much more conservative feel to it, and she didn't
perform it at the very lesbian britt fest, any of the berkeley shows i
went to, or the fillmore show... hmmm...

"three hits" was a great surprise, although they said they felt
rusty... "i don't wanna know" was another huge highlight for me; that
was the first song i learned on guitar! the new stuff sounded as good
as ever. i love some of the lyrics; "there's a hole in my heart the
size of my landlocked travels..." *swoon*.

michelle played on many of the songs. before the show, i saw her
sitting to the side of the stage talking with a woman who looks like
she might be related (????)... and i hoped she would join them.

but, they didn't play "closer to fine" or "least complicated." has that
ever happened before??? odd. they said they had a curfew and could only
fit two songs in, but those weren't even on the setlist.

actually, it's nice to have some variety, and i've seen enough shows
this week where i'm going to live not hearing those.

chatter

both seemed in good moods. amy saw the two little girls sitting in the
front row with their way-too-dressed-up family and she said she felt
like she should give them candy or something. she sent one of the techs
backstage to bring a "treat". then, she passed around a glass bowl of
m&ms, which sadly didn't make it to me.

amy said that she felt chocolate was needed cause they were going to
play two new songs, and chocolate can make any experience good. she
also commented on the large amount of chocolate they have back stage.
at one point, emily told the kids not to take candy from strangers.

i've never seen them interact with the audience like that before, so it
was sort of fun!

fashion report

amy was wearing the same striped pants from the suffragette sessions in
chicago in 98. she also had on her black tank top (*swoon*), and a nice
blue shirt. emily was wearing a striped tee shirt with jeans and a red
(i think) shirt over it with some chinese lettering on one side, and a
tiger on the other side. em looked especially nice; her hair was really
great, and she was wearing the big hoop earrings she had on at the
fillmore.

the long drive home

after the show, i chatted with rose for a bit (she is so sweet!), and
then we watched the brake lights turn the fog red before joining the
train of cars inching down to the valley.

silicon valley looks amazingly beautiful at night, a big blanket of
lights stretched out below. it made it easy to forget how ugly much of
it is during the day.

this wasn't my crowd at all, and it felt odd to be stuck in a plastic
chair for much of the show, but the girls put on a great show, as
always.

only one more, and then i'm back to reality...

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i know the fillmore, i've enjoyed shows at the fillmore, the fillmore is
a friend of mine...you, mountain winery, are no fillmore!

we first knew we were in trouble while having a picnic on the lawn
overlooking the valley.  my pals and i had a couple of sandwiches and
beer and water.  as the crowd began arriving, we noticed a shocking
number of perfectly appointed, color coordinated, fine-china-equiped
picnic baskets being opened to our left and right.

at 7 o'clock, the male population at the picnic grounds was already
larger than the entire fillmore crowd.  i typically like being one of
the few people at most ig shows representing the y chromosome.  i like
being one of the girls.  the gender mix was nearly 50-50, a fact i never
thought i'd see at ig.

there were people in actual business suits.  there were people in
expensive cars (obviously unaware that a jetta brought the girls to the
fillmore).

there is no denying that the winery is a beautiful place.  the grounds
are nice, the staff almost annoying polite ("if it's not too much
trouble, please do me a favor and try to finish your water before
entering the grounds").  the chuch-ish building behind the stage was
striking and as the moon traveled from left to right across the night
sky it seemed that all was well.

poor poor rose.

there are few jobs as unheralded as an opening act, but at the winery
rose seemed relegated to providing back-up music so that the people
surrounding me in the 4th row could reconnect and describe their
just-concluded work days.  people stood up and moved around and got food
and wine and beer and yelled to their friends in other seats.  probably
30 of us in the mostly empty space listened to her songs and stories and
applauded when she finished each song.  she is really really funny, with
a sweet high voice that travels through the dusk air like an angel.  she
did one song, tadpole, about a woman who couldn't get pregnant and then
followed it up with a song about a mother who kills her baby.  the crowd
didn't know what to make of it.  when she announced that she had two
songs left, i swear i heard some cheering.  she was a good sport and
finished and left the stage.

a staff guy makes a few announcements and then says that ig will take
the stage in about half an hour.  i heard audible groans from the crowd,
for which waiting 30 minutes for anything, is clearly asking too much.

the girls take the stage.

the view from the 4th row is pretty good.  the stage is about 18 inches
high, the lights are nice.  but its not even in the same ballpark as
being 4 or 7 people deep at a standing room place like the fillmore,
sweating with other wackos who understand.  emily immediately says 'it's
cold out here'.  as they take the stage several of us brave people stand
to applaud.  we numbered about 15.  it appeared that we were in for a
long night of sitting.

i was sitting behind 3 other people from the list and we were all trying
to figure out when would be a good time to stand and dance.  we figured
it had to be something fast that even the most casual fan would
recognize.  we thought we had our chance about 3 songs in during hammer
and nail.  no sooner had we stood and begun to shake then the screams of
'sit down!' came from behind and beside us.  that was it.  i grabbed my
buddy heather and we went back to the 'land of ostracized people who
stand at concerts' area to the right in the rear against the railing.
finally among friends, we sang like angels, encouraged other fans to
join us, and had a great time bouncing and singing and hugging and
laughing.

highlights for me: the wood song, philosophy of loss, the storytelling
and banter between the girls.  although they played for more than 90
minutes, the set seemed much shorter than the previous night.

quick summation of last night's crowd:  after maybe the fifth song, the
shouts of 'play galileo' had already begun.  i also am pretty sure i saw
people nudge each other and point during quick games of 'spot the
lesbian', but i'm not sure.

not to be deterred by the silicon valley elite, tonight my pals and i
will again picnic among the snobby and enjoy the vibe in the 'dancing
ghetto' tonight, god willing.  come join the fun.  all are welcome.

see ya,

michael.


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this article ran in today's l.a. times. it confirms
what was hinted on the "fillmore" video, emily
is now planning on doing a solo album(!):

the social and political intersect in the indigo girls'
folk-inspired songs.

by steve appleford, special to the times

the singer-songwriter tradition is immune to age.
even protest songs, so often connected to a specific
movement or historical event, continue to resonate decades later, such as bob dylan's withering "masters
of war" or neil young's outraged "ohio."

"it's like old, old folk music that just lasts
through time, like woody guthrie," says
emily saliers of the indigo girls, who will perform
saturday at the sun theatre in anaheim. "i think you pick up on the intensity of the message and the importance of what was going on then."

for the indigo girls, songs of social-political
content have always mixed easily with more personal material, following a precedent set by an earlier generation of folk-based performers. as a young
fan, saliers first learned of alarming events in
central america at a jackson browne concert in the
early '80s.

the indigo duo began playing about the same time,
emerging during a modern folk revival led by tracy
chapman and suzanne vega, and scoring an early college
radio hit with the emotional "closer to fine." now
they regularly trade political e-mails with singer-activist bonnie raitt, and feminist author
susan faludi recently wrote liner notes for the band, placing the indigo girls in musical and political context.

at their shows, the indigo girls provide space for activist groups to distribute information on various causes, from women's and gay rights to battles against aids and the death penalty. contact information for those same groups is usually printed on the band's albums.

"i don't think we can separate it from ourselves,"
says saliers, 38. "no matter what we did for a living, we'd both be activists just because there's so much
work to be done. "we do find that a lot of mainstream artists that we ask to do political things are very
wary of it. i think they underestimate what people
might become interested in, if only they were exposed
to it. "

the atlanta pair's current monthlong tour spotlights
new material slated for its next album. at the sun theatre, saliers and partner amy ray, also 38, will perform alone, accompanied only by their guitars and occasional mandolin and banjo, which is a shift in direction from their last album, 1999's more rocking "come on now social. "

"we were sort of moving in that direction, but amy's been wanting to step into more of an acoustic direction," says saliers. "that's what we are going
to do this time, which is have the ensemble sitting around in a circle and cutting the songs live. no electric guitars and no samples. "

so far, the new songs have taken a more personal
direction, including some with an appalachian flair.
one explores spirituality, inspired by the recent
death of saliers' sister. another examines "the complexities of relationships and the stuff that you don't learn until you're past 30."

"i'm sure we'll squeak a couple of political numbers
in there before it's all said and done," saliers says.
the songs are the first new material from the indigo girls since a pair of songs added to last year's "retrospective."

but earlier this year, ray released the first solo
album to emerge from the duo and was notably harder-edged than most indigo girls recordings. the album was called "stag" and released on ray's own
daemon records label. "when it first came out and
the reviews were really good, i was like: 'oh, my god,
i feel a little insecure,'" saliers says now with a laugh. "and i had to go through some of that. i               wrestled with it for a while and then i got over it.
it was just an adjustment period and now it's great. "
as a result of "stag," saliers adds, more rock-oriented
fans have been drawn to indigo girls shows, cheering
whenever that album is mentioned. saliers now has
plans for her own solo record, most likely leaning more toward pop and r&b.

on the duo's tour, each of the singers spends a few
minutes alone onstage. ray performs two solo songs, "lucy stoners" and "johnny rottentail," while saliers sings "philosophy of loss," a hidden track on the last album focused on gay rights.

"i think it's good for us as indigo girls," saliers says. "we look at the whole solo thing philosophically. if you set up a model of a relationship, what helps
each individual grow will help the group, ultimately.
it just brings more interest and more experience and more self-fulfillment."

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hey y'all...
i'm new to the group so i just wanted to say hey!
also i wanted to ask if anyone has been able to make a boot of any of
the recent shows with the new unreleased songs?  if so maybe we can work
out a trade or something...
anyway hope y'all are having good days...
laura

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is amy really 38? i thought 36 or 37.

in a message dated 7/26/01 3:05:49 pm, subcityii@aol.com writes:

<<  at the sun theatre, saliers and partner amy ray, also 38,  >>

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there's such a big difference between those ages and hers! hah!

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><<  at the sun theatre, saliers and partner amy ray, also 38,  >>
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hey folks,

this was sent to the news-only list.  please direct any
replies to the original sender at indigobear@aol.com,
not to me, thanks...

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what:  1 general admission ticket
when:  7/26 show
where: mountain winery (saratoga, ca)
price: face value of the ticket ($41.50).
how:   we'll figure that out later.

right now, i want to see if anyone is interested. any takers?

thanks!
- -ib

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my experience at the second mountain winery show can be effectively
summed up in one sentence:
i got to dance on stage with michelle malone.

so, i went out and bought a new camera lens for this show (with the
intention of returning it if it didn't work out) and i understood that
the winery allowed cameras. well, the nice security guy told me they
don't allow "professional" cameras. i tried to explain that i'm no
professional, but he didn't like it. he did let me take about ten
pictures of michelle during her set.

as the woman sitting next to me said, i got busted during the warmup.

my second row seat wasn't that good after all. it would have been fine,
but the light pole was right in line with the stage from where i was.
bummer. i did a lot of leaning to see, but most of the time, i had to
watch amy on the left side of the pole, and emily in the space between
the cables and the post. fun!

we danced a lot. there were probably 8 of us up front on the left side,
and starting with michelle's set, we danced as much as possible. during
"avalon", michelle invited us up on stage to dance!!!!

oh. my. god.

i'd never danced on stage in front of 2,200 people before.

if anyone took pictures of this, can you please email me?????

wow.

yeah.

after "avalon", she had a great set, and seemed to really get the
audience pumped. she invited us back for the last song, and seemed like
she wanted us to sing with her, but that wasn't going to happen!
dancing was cool enough!

(i'm really glad i wore my cool purple paisly pants!)

the girls looked really great; amy wore a diamond pattern brown and tan
shirt with blue jeans. emily wore the blue shirt from the fillmore and
black pants. (for the record, michelle had a cool blue tee shirt on
that was slit at the neck and an awesome sparkly belt buckle).

again, they were in great spirits. i wonder if travelling without a
band is slightly more relaxing for them? they seemed much more upbeat
and talkative this tour than the last one. *shrug* just a thought.

the setlist was really great. they played "prince of darkness" and
"world falls" - two great older surprises. "world falls" was requested
by karen's boyfriend, so the girls made a big deal out of that, which
was very cute.

i finally got to hear "lucystoners" acoustic, plus all the new songs.
(i surprised myself by knowing most of the words to all the new stuff -
how did that happen?)

since our little group was the only area dancing, we got a lot of eye
contact; more so than usual. that was cool. i was the one who requested
"lucystoners", and also "nuevo senioritas" (which i love) just before
they played it.

we danced as much as we could. i didn't get yelled at to sit down,
which was great. hey, i figured my butt warmed the chair enough the
night before; i deserved to dance!

at the end of the show, people rushed the stage, as always. there were
some ugly moments, but i got one of michelle's guitar pics, which
seemed fitting.

well, folks... this is the end of the road for me. it's been a fabulous
week and i'm so glad i got to meet all of you: (carin, jen, blu (?),
karen, matt, stephen, christy, ellen, tracy, carrie, katherine, sarah,
ngoc, leslie... etc, etc, etc.) i was a bit bummed out by the slim's
concerts, but these four nights convinced me again that ig fans are the
best in the world.

thanks to everyone who said hi and introduced themselves. i honestly
had no idea so many people read my little meandering words.

today i'm a little weary, but every moment was worth it; even getting
pigeon poop on my shoes at the fillmore. (don't worry, i changed them
first).

thanks y'all!!!!!! see you next year!

--amy

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hey all,

there is no way in hell that i can possibly type a full review now so read
amy's.

but i have to say. . . i will always remember the second saratoga show.
always.

world falls is my all time favorite ig song.  on the 25th, matt, my boyfriend
(who loves the girls as much as i do) screamed out a request for it.  the
girls said that they didn't remember it and needed to practice.  then they
said "will you be here tomorrow too?"  some people in the first row said
"yes," but amy said "no, that guy <points to matt> will you be here
tomorrow?"  matt screams "yes!  second row!!!" and then amy promised to play
it.

i wasn't sure if they would even remember.  but they did and i will never
forget this...

right after watershed, amy said that they had a request for the next song on
the previous night.  she asked if the guy was there and matt stood up and
screamed. (we were in the second row, very close to the stage).  then matt
says "it's for my girlfriend!" amy says "what's your girlfriend's name?"
matt yells back "karen!" amy commented on how emphatic he was and then told
matt that he is a brave guy.  then they started playing the opening chords
for world falls -- for me!

i can not even begin to describe my feelings at the time.  i pinched myself
to be sure that this wasn't a dream.  when i realized it wasn't, i sighed,
and enjoyed my moment of estacy.  last night was my 25th ig show, my second
ever with matt, and it was on the west coast (this is my home...).  what a
perfect show.  and what a perfect time for me to hear my all time fave ig
song live for the first time...

what a show... what a night.  what a memory.  i already know of three people
who booted it, and you better believe that i will cherish that boot for the
rest of my life.

:-) karen (who also danced on stage right next to amy swenson during
michelle's set!)

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>hey all,
<br>
<br>there is no way in hell that i can possibly type a full review now so read
<br>amy's.
<br>
<br>but i have to say. . . i will always remember the second saratoga show.  
<br>always.
<br>
<br>world falls is my all time favorite ig song.  on the 25th, matt, my boyfriend
<br>(who loves the girls as much as i do) screamed out a request for it.  the
<br>girls said that they didn't remember it and needed to practice.  then they
<br>said "will you be here tomorrow too?"  some people in the first row said
<br>"yes," but amy said "no, that guy <points to matt> will you be here
<br>tomorrow?"  matt screams "yes!  second row!!!" and then amy promised to play
<br>it.
<br>
<br>i wasn't sure if they would even remember.  but they did and i will never
<br>forget this...
<br>
<br>right after watershed, amy said that they had a request for the next song on
<br>the previous night.  she asked if the guy was there and matt stood up and
<br>screamed. (we were in the second row, very close to the stage).  then matt
<br>says "it's for my girlfriend!" amy says "what's your girlfriend's name?"  
<br>matt yells back "karen!" amy commented on how emphatic he was and then told
<br>matt that he is a brave guy.  then they started playing the opening chords
<br>for world falls -- for me!
<br>
<br>i can not even begin to describe my feelings at the time.  i pinched myself
<br>to be sure that this wasn't a dream.  when i realized it wasn't, i sighed,
<br>and enjoyed my moment of estacy.  last night was my 25th ig show, my second
<br>ever with matt, and it was on the west coast (this is my home...).  what a
<br>perfect show.  and what a perfect time for me to hear my all time fave ig
<br>song live for the first time...
<br>
<br>what a show... what a night.  what a memory.  i already know of three people
<br>who booted it, and you better believe that i will cherish that boot for the
<br>rest of my life.
<br>
<br>:-) karen (who also danced on stage right next to amy swenson during
<br>michelle's set!)</font></html>

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it is baroque because last night at saratoga she was saying that she and a
friend werre talking about the word "baroque" and the song stemed from there.

:-) karen

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<html><font face=arial,helvetica><font  size=2>it is baroque because last night at saratoga she was saying that she and a
<br>friend werre talking about the word "baroque" and the song stemed from there.
<br>
<br>:-) karen</font></html>

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date:         fri, 27 jul 2001 14:48:35 -0400
reply-to:     joey krimple <joeyk@lightyearcom.com>
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hey y'all!
just wanted to see if anyone would be interested in setting up a trade for
copies of the attack of the killer b-sides collections 1, 2, 3 & 4, and/or
wrek night.  would also be interested in any boots from the recent shows
this summer as well.  email me privately to discuss a trade.
have a great weekend,
joey

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date:         fri, 27 jul 2001 20:12:59 -0400
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allo.

i'm an old listee who let her subscription lapse in a recent cleaning house
move. anyhow... back on the helm, with a bit of a question.

(forgive me if this has been a recent thread)

but does anyone have extra tickets to the upcoming wolf trap show?
i waffled back and forth about going and then they were sold out.
so, if anyone has any to unload or suggestions, let me know.

i suppose worst comes to worst, i will just camp out nearby ;)
gotta love being a nova native...

thanks.

katerw


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date:         fri, 27 jul 2001 19:45:18 -0500
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from the las vegas sun website:

today: july 27, 2001 at 9:01:05 pdt

still a 'go

indigo girls fight for a place on music scene

by kirk baird
las vegas sun

sometimes success is all in the timing.

for the indigo girls, the opportunity couldn't have been much better.

formed in the early '80s, the acoustic-guitar driven duo were the
beneficiaries of a female folk-singer revival
later that decade that also gave rise to such diverse artists as suzanne
vega, tracy chapman, sinead oconnor,
shawn colvin and melissa etheridge.

not wanting to be left out of the latest musical trend, epic records
signed the indigo girls in 1988 and released
the band's first major-label album the following year. the record was a
success the duos biggest to date
reaching double-platinum status based in large part to the
soul-searching single "closer to fine."

it wasn't long before the indigo girls, who perform tonight at mandalay
bay's beach, were the most recognizable folk duo from the '80s.

but times changed and so have the band's fortunes, apparently.

"now we can't get people to return our phone calls at the record
company," said emily saliers, who, along with amy ray, makes up the
indigo girls.

to what extent if any saliers was joking was never really made clear.

but in a recent phone interview from her home in atlanta, the
singer-guitarist was adamant that it's not just the record company
that's ignoring the band.
alternative radio, at one time the life blood of the indigo girls, has
also turned its back as well as to most of the other female folk artists
it helped promote.

"the thing was women like us and (others) were able to get some radio
play back in the day. (but) what's happened is the public's voice has
been eaten up by
commercialism and corporate control," saliers said. "what gets out there
in popular culture is not necessarily a reflection of what people would
listen to across
the board if they were offered more opportunities. and the music
experience suffers from that."

instead, for the time being stations have shifted their focus to a
younger male audience, she said, which means younger male bands are the
driving force of
alternative radio.

"it's creed, blink whatever and staind -- bands like that," saliers
said. "which is great; they've got their thing that they do that's
appealing. but there's not
enough diversity.

"if you're an alternative woman artist, forget it. you give me one
example of a woman alternative writer/artist doing well, and you
probably can't."

so where does that leave a band such as the indigo girls, or most of the
other artists from the late '80s folk "movement"? irrelevant or even
nonexistent, saliers
said, if one were to equate a band's worth to the amount of media
attention it receives.

"when you get a lot of coverage from the press, it seems like a big
movement is happening, and then it just disappears when the press stops
or when the radio
play stops," she said. "but in fact everybody just keeps plugging along
with their careers."

friends since their days in a high school choir class, saliers, 38, and
ray, 37, have made indigo girls their careers -- even changing
universities so they could
continue to play together.

although their musical approaches differ drastically -- saliers is the
more "folksy" of the two, with ray providing the "harder-edge" to the
group -- saliers
said the disparate styles are what lends the band its unusual sound.

there's also the nearly angelic harmonies; voices blending so well
together it's impossible to imagine them mixed in with anyone else.

"i think it's kind of mystical, in a way, the balance," saliers said. "i
think i was fated to work with her. and we have a good balance
personally. when we come
off the road we don't hang out. we're not like buddies. we have some of
the same friends, but we allow each other space in our lives and it
works out really
well."

which is different than the public's perception. since both are openly
gay, there's often the assumption the two are in a relationship with
each other -- they
aren't -- or, at the very least, are always together.

saliers said the idea that she and ray hang out all the time because
they're in a band together is a bit "weird" to her.

"i'll be somewhere and someone might come up to me and ask, 'where's
amy?' i'll say, 'i don't know. i don't know where she is. she may be
tending her
garden; i live a long way away from her.' but i just think that's where
people's minds go first," she said.

other than the occasional social setting, benefit show or activist
gathering, saliers said she and ray rarely see each other away from
work. and even that's not
very frequent.

"early on in our career, amy and i made a decision about the quality of
our lives and decided that we're not going to be one of those bands that
does
everything: commercials, burns the candle at both ends and stays out on
the road for months and don't get to see our partners and our families,"
she said. "we
made a conscious decision to improve the quality of our lives by staying
home some and turning things down.

"maybe we suffered a little bit in terms of public exposure for that.
there's no doubt that our politics and our being gay has hurt us -- in
terms of a lot of
public exposure -- but i wouldn't have it any other way."

return to the referring page.
photo: the indigo girls
las vegas sun main page

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date:         fri, 27 jul 2001 23:21:55 -0600
reply-to:     carolyn <underdog@earthlink.net>
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from:         carolyn <underdog@earthlink.net>
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hi,

i learned last weekend that some of the changes i made to lifeblood this
summer were causing mac users to have trouble reading the fonts on the site.
my apologies to all who were impacted, i have fixed the problem and uploaded
the changes and everything should be back to normal again.

in addition to the cosmetic changes to lifeblood, this summer the search
scripts have been rewritten and work has been done to make the information
on the site easier to use.  the html coding behind the scenes has also been
changed to make the site more accessible to those with disabilities (here is
a good resource if you are interested in getting more information on how to
do this:  http://www.cast.org/bobby).  last but not least, the amount of
space available for lifeblood has increased from 100mb to 200mb so expect to
see new material coming soon, including more scans of the old official fan
club snail mailings and of the old paper version of lifeblood.

thanks to everyone for your support of the site and have a super day,

carolyn

http://www.lifeblood.net

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date:         sat, 28 jul 2001 16:13:19 edt
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subject:      portland zoo boot?
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hey ya'll,

did anyone happen to boot the july 22nd portland zoo concert?  please email
me privately!

thanks heaps and bunches!

peace,
kimmy

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<br>did anyone happen to boot the july 22nd portland zoo concert?  please email
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date:         sat, 28 jul 2001 16:44:35 -0700
reply-to:     tina harkness <la8rga8r@yahoo.com>
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hi all!  i too need wolftrap tickets so if anybody has
any extras, let me know.  i'm afraid to drive 5 hours
and then not be able to get in to the show.  you guys
think if i wait til the day of the show i'll be able
to get tickets there??

thanks
tina  :)


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date:         sat, 28 jul 2001 19:15:19 -0600
reply-to:     garian <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
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i think we should start an email campaign to get ig on this show.

the feedback form is currently at:

http://www.livebyrequest.com/neil_diamond/neil_request.html

:)


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