lifeblood: listlogs: 2002-03b


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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 02:38:40 -0500
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subject: re: suny buffalo show report
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what would xena do? didn't amy make some funny comment at the end of the
buffy dialogue about emily sexualizing xena? it was hard to understand
some of the chatter from the high end of the balcony...
whoever wrote that emily sounded angelic was right on the mark - those
soaring high notes sounded incredible from our distant seats...
btw - i was the guy singing michael's part in kid fears - did y'all hear
me? ;-)
tim
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'life is what happens while you're making other plans....' john lennon

on wed, 6 mar 2002 16:16:31 est nyka bluze <nyka670@aol.com> writes:
p.s. there was a wwxd? sticker on one of the equipment cases...i wished
i had my "what would amy and emily do?" sticker with me, i would have
given it to them.
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what would xena do? didn't amy make some funny comment at the = end of=20 the buffy dialogue about emily sexualizing xena? it was hard to = understand=20 some of the chatter from the high end of the balcony...
whoever wrote that emily sounded angelic was right on the mark - those= =20 soaring high notes sounded incredible from our distant seats...
btw - i was the guy singing michael's part in kid fears - did y'all = hear=20 me? ;-)

tim
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'life = is what=20 happens while you're making other plans....' john lennon
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p.s. there was a wwxd? sticker on one of the= =20 equipment cases...i wished i had my "what would amy and emily do?" sticker = with=20 me, i would have given it to them.
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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 06:29:08 -0500
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hi -
i woke to find this in my inbox, and i had to pass it along to you. the
kinsey sicks are an a capella drag queen barbershop quartet whose show is
both technically magnificent and satirically biting. they were the toast of
provincetown last summer, and i saw their show -- dragapella! -- when it
played nyc this past fall. check out their website for more info (including
the bios of the group) and for sound clips -- and if they come to your town,
go.
please note: i am not on the kinseys' payroll (i am *way* too butch! <g>),
but i am a fan.
ruth
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kinsey sicks fire up atlanta!
michigan, maine, other states also to be scorched
america's favorite dragapella beautyshop quartet is taking its off-broadway
hit on the road!
"dragapella! starring the kinsey sicks" will be disgracing atlanta's seven
stages theater with fourteen shows between march 20 and march 31, stopping
off along the way at the midwest blgt college conference at michigan state
university in east lansing, michigan and at bates college in lewiston,
maine.
for tickets to the atlanta show march 20-31, call 404-523-7647.
for information about the show at michigan state on saturday, march 16, and
the bates college show on sunday, march 17, log on to www.kinseysicks.com <http://www.kinseysicks.com/>
and click "performances".

where else will the kinseys be performing?
stay tuned for upcoming announcements of kinsey sicks performances across
the uncivilized world, in places such as miami, provincetown, san francisco,
dallas and milwaukee.
why should you go see the kinsey sicks?
don't ask us -- see what the critics have to say. to see dozens of rave
reviews, check out www.kinseysicks.com <http://www.kinseysicks.com/> and click "reviews".
how can you get the kinseys to perform in your city?
easy! all it takes is bad taste and a wad of cash. e-mail us at
ksicks@aol.com, or call 415-882-1142 to inquire about inflicting the sicks
on your neighbors.
when will the kinseys third cd be available?
thanks for asking! our third cd is expected to be released in late april.
be afraid!
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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 12:00:53 -0000
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just in case anyone in the uk hasn't yet heard, tickets for the may shows
are now on sale - phone number for
0871 2200260 (usual rip-off booking fees & postage charges apply!)
playing brighton 7th, london 12th, bristol 9th, wolverhampton 10th,
sheffield 12th may
last i heard bristol was nearly sold out so i don't know how long they've
been on sale!
see you there!
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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 13:52:33 +0000
reply-to: tom xxxxx <getula@hotmail.com>
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hi all,
sorry i didn't get to the buffy story myself and left you all hanging.
fortunately, some other people chimed in with the story. i remember it
basically as others have said but remember emily saying something like "it's
the chick from the maybelinne (sp?) ad and the she comes out f***ing
stabbing people." she was all excited and into the conversation. when the
topic turned to xena, emily then said (paraphrased here) sulli said to her
xena's ok if you remember it's not real, like superheros when we were kids.
emily then goes on to say she told sulli "yes, but we didn't sexualize the
superheros then." (i disagree. i always found timber wolf, cosmic lad, and
wolverine appealing. i just didn't know why until i got older. hmmm. timber
wolf. he needs a feature film.)
have a good one, everybody.
tom
"all the carnage of my journeys
makes it harder to be livin'
he said, 'it's a long road to be forgiven."
amy ray, "chickenman"

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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 09:18:42 -0500
reply-to: elaine bean <e.bean@neu.edu>
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subject: re: indianapolis concert
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well , seeing that today is only march 8 . . .
unless this happened in the year 2001

>did this really happen, and if so...do u have a link to the article?
thanks, dawn
>march 21 headline in indy:
>large group of females, diehard indigo fans start riot, looting also
suspected...


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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 11:05:12 -0500
reply-to: "becky b." <indigo_24@hotmail.com>
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subject: uk dates!
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hi everyone!
i hope this reaches the list...i am only on the news-only list. anyway, i am
super excited about the new dates in the uk! i am in london studying for the
semester and this is such a great bonus (and break to my studies)!
a few questions...sorry about the list format...i'm feeling a bit rushed in
this internet cafe that i am in...
-where is the forum in london? what tube stop would i use?
-is anyone from central london going to travel to one or more of the other
shows? if i can manage it with classes, would you mind someone joining you?
-where will tickets be sold? i hear ticketmaster has a market over here
too...unfortunately.
thanks!
i'll keep my eyes peeled for onsale info!
take care everybody!
becky
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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 17:18:06 -0500
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indigo girls
growing from college radio darlings into grammy-winning artists, the indigo
girls have come a long way from their georgia roots. chat with amy and emily
about their most memorable tour and their new album "become you."


chat begins on monday, march 11
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date: fri, 8 mar 2002 19:22:43 -0600
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subject: europe dates
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4/27/2002 theatre foyer tourhout belgium
4/29/2002 prime club koln germany
4/30/2002 schlachthof hamburg germany
5/2/2002 columbia fitz berlin germany
5/4/2002 small vega copenhagen denmark
5/5/2002 liberation day festival haarlem
netherlands
5/7/2002 concorde brighton england
5/8/2002 empire/forum london england
5/9/2002 anson rooms bristol england
5/10/2002 wulfrun wolverhampton england
5/12/2002 foundry sheffield england
5/13/2002 queens hall edinburgh scotland
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date: sat, 9 mar 2002 15:35:05 +0100
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subject: listen to hope alone online
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hey all!
this may be ancient news.... but just in case some other people
haven't come across this before either:
beside the normal ig offical site the old one
<http://www.indigogirlsonline.com/>
is still online and even being updated.
on there you can listen to full tracks of the new album. one track per
day. they're in the fifth day now and so hope alone is the current
track.
:)
just felt like sharing, check it out.
be well,
kathrin
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date: sat, 9 mar 2002 12:03:36 -0800
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subject: selling 2 tickets for minneapolis - 2/21
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to the first person who wants them
$44
-erica
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date: sun, 10 mar 2002 07:57:46 -0500
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subject: question - "end of the innocence"
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hey everybody - hope you're all having a good sunday. i have a
question. i've been downloading some ig off the internet, and i came
across a song called end of the innocence that supposedly is by ig.
however it's not on their lifeblood song catalog, and it doesn't sound
like them. i'm thinking it might be a recording from lilith, because
one of the voices sounds like sara mclachlan. and it could be the
girls on guitar. is anybody familiar with this song that could shed
some light on it? thanks to all of you - are you all participating in
the live chat tomorrow night? is there the opportunity to submit
questions in advance?
y'all take care,
bonnie
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hey everybody - hope you're all having a = good sunday. i have a question. i've been downloading = some ig off the internet, and i came across a song called end of the innocence that supposedly is by ig. = however it's not on their lifeblood song catalog, and it = doesn't sound like them. i'm = thinking it might be a recording from lilith, because one of the voices sounds like sara = mclachlan. and it could be the girls on guitar. is anybody familiar with this = song that could shed some light on it? = thanks to all of you - are you all participating in the live chat = tomorrow night? is there the opportunity to = submit questions in advance?
y'all take care,
bonnie
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date: sun, 10 mar 2002 13:26:40 est
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from: "karen r." <indigokare@aol.com>
subject: igc: from the atlanta paper
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stories like this make me love ig even more (if possible):
"sarah woolf's year of battling bone cancer, and inspiring many in her
hometown of decatur, came to an end saturday following a bedside serenade by
the indigo girls and phone calls from favorite tv stars.
woolf, 17, a junior at decatur high school, rallied her schoolmates with her
courage, humor and exuberance in facing ewing's sarcoma.
a highlight of her last day was a visit from the indigo girls, her favorite
musicians, who are from decatur. emily saliers and amy ray arrived at the
woolf home around 3 p.m. they sang some of her favorite songs -- including
"southland in the springtime" and "galileo" -- for about 45 minutes, said
david woolf, an uncle.
"there was no response from sarah that we could see, but we know that on some
level she was able to hear them and it helped give her a sense of peace and
closure," he said. she died four hours later."
:-) karen
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"my regrets become distractions" - amy ray
"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
become you, the new album by the indigo girls
in stores 12 march 2002
(glad i have a promo copy...)
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stories like this make me love ig even more (if possible):

"sarah woolf's year of battling bone cancer, and inspiring many in her hometown of decatur, came to an end saturday following a bedside serenade by the indigo girls and phone calls from favorite tv stars.

woolf, 17, a junior at decatur high school, rallied her schoolmates with her courage, humor and exuberance in facing ewing's sarcoma.

a highlight of her last day was a visit from the indigo girls, her favorite musicians, who are from decatur. emily saliers and amy ray arrived at the woolf home around 3 p.m. they sang some of her favorite songs -- including "southland in the springtime" and "galileo" -- for about 45 minutes, said david woolf, an uncle.

"there was no response from sarah that we could see, but we know that on some level she was able to hear them and it helped give her a sense of peace and closure," he said. she died four hours later."

:-) karen

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"my regrets become distractions" - amy ray
"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
become you, the new album by the indigo girls
in stores 12 march 2002
(glad i have a promo copy...)
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date: sun, 10 mar 2002 13:26:46 -0800
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i guess i picked the right week to visit san francisco. :-)
i just saw an ad for an interview with amy & emily, to be
shown on tv tomorrow, monday, march 11, on kron-tv at 6pm.
that's an hour-long evening news program. i've no idea
what part of that hour will include the interview, but
they'll probably put it on near the end, to keep us
watching the whole hour. :-)
~nita
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date: sun, 10 mar 2002 16:52:43 est
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this is from the a&e section of friday's oregonian. it's a little harsh but
i think its pretty accurate, and very colorful, especially the debbie gibson
comment.
cd review
become you
artist: indigo girls
grade: b-
label: epic records

becoming two
the indigo girls' artistic paths diverge on their latest album
by harvest henderson
in 1987, when they released their first full-length album, "strange fire,"
the indigo girls were two soulful young women whose eerily perfect folk
harmonies inspired college kids across the nation to sing along.
fifteen years and several gold and platinum albums later, the duo's
fine-tuned formula is a sure thing in the commercial folk market. the
indigos play to sold-out crowds all across the united states and europe.
their activism in feminist and environmental spheres is well-known. their
collaborative artistic evolution, however is less certain.
"become you" is the indigos' eighth studio album, split evenly between songs
by brooding alto amy ray and softer soprano emily saliers. the album
features talented guest musicians; acoustic, classical and electric guitars;
mandolins; and an aptly positioned hammond b-3 organ. but the keystone of
the indigo sound has always been the intimate contrast between ray and
saliers in voice and lyrics. "become you" finds the artists facing different
directions, taking different turns on tunes that just don't gel.
ray spent much of 2001 touring behind her solo album, "stag," released on her
own label, daemon records. perhaps the time developing her own style helps
explain why she brings more to the table on this new indigo girls recording.
ray's steely voice and wanderlust lyrics push the album forward, from the pop
hook of the opener, "moment of forgiveness" to the dark digestive of "neuvas
senoritas," a barbed-wire ballad in homage of women who fight for change with
the zapatistas. ray's songs are more rhythmic and accessible; she
effortlessly elaborates upon the group's winning acoustic aesthetic.
but saliers hesitates on the threshold. her nostalgic tunes retrace the
indigos' roots, lingering skillfully on wistful themes from her body of work
but never breaking the skin. "hope alone," co-written by annie roboff, is
especially unsuccessful. it smacks of saccharine like an exhumed debbie
gibson garage recording from the 1980s. sandwiched near the album's spare
tire of a midsection begins with the plea, "let's not drag this out," and
then proceeds to ignore its own advice.
"become you" tries to pull it together a bit too late. ray's "bitter root"
gets listeners' attention with a hand-clapping, call-and-response harking
back to her southern roots. "our deliverance" is a lovely, mournful song
that steeps saliers' voice in exquisite string combinations. and ray's
"starkville" is a quick-fingered tune with a well-placed jaw harp. "if you
were here in starkville, the townie boys would love the way you stare/if you
were here in starkville, all the local girls wouldn't have a prayer/but i
spent a reckless night inside the wonder of your everlasting charm/now i'm
haunted by geography and the flora and the fauna of your heart."
still, the constant back and forth is hard to take, despite the efforts of
producer peter collins who also produced 1992's "rites of passage" and 1994's
"swamp ophelia." as a result, the new cd is littered with gems but unwieldy
as a whole, and "become you" never truly comes into its own.
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sorry if this is a resend...sent the original from the wrong email addy...
hello everyone...
just wanted to let everyone know that i'm back on the list. it's been a
while, but i guess it's time to revisit everyone.
so, what have i missed in the last year?
:)
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don't forget the ig chat on msn.com starts monday night
incase anyone missed the post, i reposted part of a post that someone
put to the list on friday.
i am presently having trouble accessing the "chat" button, and i've also
gone there directly,
and nothing seems to work....soooo, hope there would be a kind soul who
would post a chat transcript, i will be indebted!
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subject: chat with the girls on msn
indigo girls
growing from college radio darlings into grammy-winning artists, the
indigo girls have come a long way from their georgia roots. chat with
amy and emily about their most memorable tour and their new album
"become you."
chat begins on monday, march 11
at 9pm et/6pm pt.
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see ya guys!
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hi-
i'm going to be in the l.a. area in a week or so and i'm wondering what
dyke bars folks might suggest i check out. coming from montana, it won't
take much to impress me, but i thought i'd see if i could find out which
ones would be recommended.
igc: one more day!
thanks,
amy m.
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"so, we must love, while these moments are still called today..."
-emily saliers
the new indigo girls album, "become you," is in stores mar. 12, 2002.
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from the atlanta journal-constitution's peach buzz section
amazonians love indigo girls
though the indigo girls' latest studio release, "become you," won't be
released until tuesday, advance sales are strong at amazon.com, where the
album was ranked no. 4 friday. reviewer alannah nash, noting the weak sales
of the duo's 1999 album, says the group "is back in top form and as relevant
in 2002 as at the start of their 15-year career." however, the first single,
"moment of forgiveness," is getting virtually no airplay in their hometown
of atlanta, partly because its most obvious home, 99x, is living a lot
louder than it used to. amy ray and emily saliers are performing an
album-release party at variety playhouse on tuesday. naturally, it's sold
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hey y'all,
was flipping channels last night and hit cnn headline news just as they were
about to do a profile on the girls! it was a nice little feature, with
concert footage of "become you," information about the new disc, a short
interview with them both, and some history, all the way back to ctf, with
brief clips from various concerts and "looks" throughout the years. very
nice surprise to see a high profile story on ig right before bed! the clip i
saw was airing sometime around 10:30 central last night.
peace, love and all things indigo,
pam in big d
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hey y'all,

was flipping channels last night and hit cnn headline news just as they were about to do a profile on the girls! it was a nice little feature, with concert footage of "become you," information about the new disc, a short interview with them both, and some history, all the way back to ctf, with brief clips from various concerts and "looks" throughout the years. very nice surprise to see a high profile story on ig right before bed! the clip i saw was airing sometime around 10:30 central last night.

peace, love and all things indigo,

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i think, out of respect for sarah woolf, her family, and all that everyone
did for her, the whole article should be posted, not just the igc parts.
this really isn't about the indigo girls, it's about sarah.
lisa

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songs fill last hours for sarah
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer
sarah woolf's year of battling bone cancer, and inspiring many in her
hometown of decatur, came to an end saturday following a bedside serenade by
the indigo girls and phone calls from favorite tv stars.
woolf, 17, a junior at decatur high school, rallied her schoolmates with her
courage, humor and exuberance in facing ewing's sarcoma.
last week, the boys basketball team dedicated its surprising semifinal
victory to her, saying that a monday visit to her bedside had given them the
strength.
their shot at the class aa state championship fell short friday night, but by
that time, the drugs given to her for pain had made her unaware of the game.
a highlight of her last day was a visit from the indigo girls, her favorite
musicians, who are from decatur. emily saliers and amy ray arrived at the
woolf home around 3 p.m.
they sang some of her favorite songs -- including "southland in the
springtime" and "galileo" -- for about 45 minutes, said david woolf, an
uncle.
"there was no response from sarah that we could see, but we know that on some
level she was able to hear them and it helped give her a sense of peace and
closure," he said. she died four hours later.
on friday afternoon, two cast members from "friends," her favorite tv show,
courteney cox arquette and matt leblanc, called her as part of the
make-a-wish program. because woolf was too weak to take the phone, a friend
relayed their greetings. that was one of the last moments that woolf showed a
reaction, her family said.
she had not taken any liquids since thursday and by saturday morning, the
family sensed the end was near, he uncle said.
"horrible sorrow and grief, combined with gratitude that she is no longer in
pain," is how he described the family's mood saturday night.
they were comforted telling stories about woolf's positive spirit, even
gratitude, during her struggle. at the family's traditional new year's day
gathering, when her father described 2001 as a "year from hell" because of
constant chemotherapy and radiation treatments, woolf said, "i think it's
been a great year," noting how she had been able to go to her prom and get
straight a's despite her disease. she had drawn close to friends who loved
her. "those were the images that were front and center in her mind," her
uncle said saturday night.
after the treatments ended in january, she had a few days where she and
everyone thought she had beaten the disease, before the pain from the bone
tumors returned and there was nothing more doctors could do. a week ago, she
gathered her family to ask permission to die, and had said goodbye to her
classmates monday, the night the basketball team came by.
the body will be cremated, and a memorial service is scheduled next sunday at
4 p.m. at oakhurst baptist church in decatur. the family asked that donations
be made to dekalb humane society, 5287 covington highway, decatur, ga 30035,
or to the decatur education foundation, 320 n. mcdonough st., decatur, ga
30030.
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i think, out of respect for sarah woolf, her family, and all that everyone did for her, the whole article should be posted, not just the igc parts. this really isn't about the indigo girls, it's about sarah.

lisa


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songs fill last hours for sarah
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer

sarah woolf's year of battling bone cancer, and inspiring many in her hometown of decatur, came to an end saturday following a bedside serenade by the indigo girls and phone calls from favorite tv stars.

woolf, 17, a junior at decatur high school, rallied her schoolmates with her courage, humor and exuberance in facing ewing's sarcoma.

last week, the boys basketball team dedicated its surprising semifinal victory to her, saying that a monday visit to her bedside had given them the strength.

their shot at the class aa state championship fell short friday night, but by that time, the drugs given to her for pain had made her unaware of the game.

a highlight of her last day was a visit from the indigo girls, her favorite musicians, who are from decatur. emily saliers and amy ray arrived at the woolf home around 3 p.m.

they sang some of her favorite songs -- including "southland in the springtime" and "galileo" -- for about 45 minutes, said david woolf, an uncle.

"there was no response from sarah that we could see, but we know that on some level she was able to hear them and it helped give her a sense of peace and
closure," he said. she died four hours later.

on friday afternoon, two cast members from "friends," her favorite tv show, courteney cox arquette and matt leblanc, called her as part of the make-a-wish program. because woolf was too weak to take the phone, a friend relayed their greetings. that was one of the last moments that woolf showed a reaction, her family said.

she had not taken any liquids since thursday and by saturday morning, the family sensed the end was near, he uncle said.

"horrible sorrow and grief, combined with gratitude that she is no longer in pain," is how he described the family's mood saturday night.

they were comforted telling stories about woolf's positive spirit, even gratitude, during her struggle. at the family's traditional new year's day gathering, when her father described 2001 as a "year from hell" because of constant chemotherapy and radiation treatments, woolf said, "i think it's been a great year," noting how she had been able to go to her prom and get straight a's despite her disease. she had drawn close to friends who loved her. "those were the images that were front and center in her mind," her uncle said saturday night.

after the treatments ended in january, she had a few days where she and everyone thought she had beaten the disease, before the pain from the bone tumors returned and there was nothing more doctors could do. a week ago, she gathered her family to ask permission to die, and had said goodbye to her classmates monday, the night the basketball team came by.

the body will be cremated, and a memorial service is scheduled next sunday at 4 p.m. at oakhurst baptist church in decatur. the family asked that donations be made to dekalb humane society, 5287 covington highway, decatur, ga 30035, or to the decatur education foundation, 320 n. mcdonough st., decatur, ga 30030.
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i thought i would let everyone know that indigo content posted by a listee
from sunday's atlanta journal-constitution was a part of larger article
chronicling the last days of a very special young woman named sarah woolf.
sarah had been suffering from a very rare kind of bone cancer and passed
away on saturday. the mention of the indigo girls was cut and pasted from a
larger article that was not about them. rather, it was about sarah and the
impact that she had on others. we decided that it was disrespectful to
sarah, and everyone who did so much for her, not to post the whole article.
please remember that in your eagerness to soak up all things indigo that you
don't miss the larger narrative. i have included the link (so you may see a
picture of sarah) as well as the text.
best, jennifer
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songs fill last hours for sarah
by michelle hiskey
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer
sarah woolf's year of battling bone cancer, and inspiring many in her
hometown of decatur, came to an end saturday following a bedside serenade by
the indigo girls and phone calls from favorite tv stars.
sarah woolf was an inspiration to her high school's basketball team.
background story.
win or lose, decatur high cares for sarah.
woolf, 17, a junior at decatur high school, rallied her schoolmates with her
courage, humor and exuberance in facing ewing's sarcoma.
last week, the boys basketball team dedicated its surprising semifinal
victory to her, saying that a monday visit to her bedside had given them the
strength.
their shot at the class aa state championship fell short friday night, but
by that time, the drugs given to her for pain had made her unaware of the
game.
a highlight of her last day was a visit from the indigo girls, her favorite
musicians, who are from decatur. emily saliers and amy ray arrived at the
woolf home around 3 p.m.
they sang some of her favorite songs -- including "southland in the
springtime" and "galileo" -- for about 45 minutes, said david woolf, an
uncle.
"there was no response from sarah that we could see, but we know that on
some level she was able to hear them and it helped give her a sense of peace
and
closure," he said. she died four hours later.
on friday afternoon, two cast members from "friends," her favorite tv show,
courteney cox arquette and matt leblanc, called her as part of the
make-a-wish program. because woolf was too weak to take the phone, a friend
relayed their greetings. that was one of the last moments that woolf showed
a reaction, her family said.
she had not taken any liquids since thursday and by saturday morning, the
family sensed the end was near, he uncle said.
"horrible sorrow and grief, combined with gratitude that she is no longer in
pain," is how he described the family's mood saturday night.
they were comforted telling stories about woolf's positive spirit, even
gratitude, during her struggle. at the family's traditional new year's day
gathering, when her father described 2001 as a "year from hell" because of
constant chemotherapy and radiation treatments, woolf said, "i think it's
been a great year," noting how she had been able to go to her prom and get
straight a's despite her disease. she had drawn close to friends who loved
her. "those were the images that were front and center in her mind," her
uncle said saturday night.
after the treatments ended in january, she had a few days where she and
everyone thought she had beaten the disease, before the pain from the bone
tumors returned and there was nothing more doctors could do. a week ago, she
gathered her family to ask permission to die, and had said goodbye to her
classmates monday, the night the basketball team came by.
the body will be cremated, and a memorial service is scheduled next sunday
at 4 p.m. at oakhurst baptist church in decatur. the family asked that
donations be made to dekalb humane society, 5287 covington highway, decatur,
ga 30035, or to the decatur education foundation, 320 n. mcdonough st.,
decatur, ga 30030.

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i have a sound professional stereo microphone, with a battery pack that is great for mini disc/tape recording (bought from mini disco.com) <br />
the original price was around $160. but since i have had it for about a year and half, and i want it to have a good home...i thought i would try to sell here before i went to ebay. <br />
i'm looking for $75 or best reasonable offer. <br />
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please e-mail me privately if you are interested... <br />
<br />
<br />
d:) <br />
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<br />
thought this might be interesting... <br />
<br />
<http://www.gogirlsmusic.com/features/ig0302.asp> <br />
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d:) <br />
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hey,
just so everyone knows, i did not have the entire article. i saw that on the
bbs, and one of the members of the bbs e-mailed me asking me to post it on
the list. i did not know that was only a snippet. i apologize if i pissed
anyone off, but i honestly did not know.
karen
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"my regrets become distractions" - amy ray
"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
become you, the new album by the indigo girls
in stores 12 march 2002
(glad i have a promo copy...)
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hey,

just so everyone knows, i did not have the entire article. i saw that on the bbs, and one of the members of the bbs e-mailed me asking me to post it on the list. i did not know that was only a snippet. i apologize if i pissed anyone off, but i honestly did not know.

karen

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"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
become you, the new album by the indigo girls
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not sure if this is is a general british thing, but i got my copy of =
become you at hmv this morning !!! fantastic - i really flowed with the =
whole cd rather than having definite favorites and definite skips (still =
have to get into caramia). also had a fantastic surprise on saturday =
with news of the edinburgh concert - even if i was slightly taken aback =
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i got an email confirmation today that mine had been shipped out!!! i am so
stoked!!!!
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not sure if this is is a general british thing, but i got my copy of become
you at hmv this morning !!! fantastic - i really flowed with the whole cd
rather than having definite favorites and definite skips (still have to get
into caramia). also had a fantastic surprise on saturday with news of the
edinburgh concert - even if i was slightly taken aback by the rate at which
they were selling !!!
- on the cd i take it they are going for the minimalist environmentally
friendly packaging thing - nothing with it just the cd?
later
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i was surfing around the amazon site and noticed that become you is now at
#3. pretty impressive!
happy monday,
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ha! guess who talked the "cheeky fan" into asking for
the autograph?
--- dee yellowlees <tomboy1969@excite.com> wrote:

thought this might be interesting... <br />
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<http://www.gogirlsmusic.com/features/ig0302.asp> <br />

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> ha! guess who talked the "cheeky fan" into asking for
> the autograph?
and did the "cheeky fan" who talked the original "cheeky fan" into asking
for the autograph see the photo that the original "cheeky fan" took of the
ig. it's pretty kewl!!!
<http://www.indigogirls.com/photos/amycam/2002-02-18ac-01.html>
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thanks!
yeah, it is kewl!
that was such a blast. i told her that i went to
slim's the friday before and that amy asked if there
were any questions. audra joked that she should ask
for an autograph, and i told her that she should ask
them to sign one of the coasters that sulli was
throwing out into the audience. when she said that
"no, she couldn't do that..." i talked her into it and
reminded her that the worst thing that could happen
was that they'd say no.
when they signed it she was happy, but when amy
grabbed her hand and pulled her up on to the stage she
was delerious! afterwords she was so greatful to me
for pushing her into it and for me it was more fun to
watch her joy than to have had it happen to me.
what a great weekend that was. i started it off with
jody bleyle's new band "the infinite x's" in la, went
to sf for ig at slim's, drove up to eureka and drove
my car though 2 trees and did other tacky fun stuff,
and then drove back down to la for that incredible ig
show.
susan, recently caffinated and tawky, tawky, tawky....
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> > ha! guess who talked the "cheeky fan" into asking
> for
> > the autograph?
>
> and did the "cheeky fan" who talked the original
> "cheeky fan" into asking
> for the autograph see the photo that the original
> "cheeky fan" took of the
> ig. it's pretty kewl!!!
>
>
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doesn't it say at <http://www.indigogirlsonline.com/> that they will be
streaming become you for 24 hours starting march 11th?
i don't get it, there's no link!
whaaaaa! i dont wanna wait!
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this review is from the billboard magazine web site:
if there's ever proof that an act doesn't need radio or mtv support in order to thrive, it's the enduring team of emily saliers and amy ray (aka indigo girls). for more than a decade, the girls have consistently sold millions of records, as they've undeniably tried less and less to court industry sectors that will likely ignore their smarter-than-average brand of pop. instead, they've wisely opted to simply follow their creative muses. with becoming you, they offer their strongest set in years, as they also revisit the lean, acoustic sound of their salad days. that said, gorgeous, finely crafted tunes like ray's "moment of forgiveness" and saliers' "hope alone" are not retreads. rather, these songs are far more complex than the artists were capable of 10 years ago. when you have an act that never stops growing, it's no wonder that countless fans follow their every move—without the urging of radio or video programmers.—lf
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karen,
i for one was not at all pissed off! i was very moved what little you had
posted. i think it was nice to let people that the musical group that they
feel so strongly for are really amazing human beings! what you had posted
brought tears to my eyes, and then having been able to read the whole
article, and see that little girls smiling face made me weep like a baby for
her pain! so for me what you did was include a very deserving person in my
prayers. i don't think for one-second you were trying to be disrespectful.
peace,
janet
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wooooohooooo!!!
i just got become you in the mail. check your mailboxes!
jen (nh)
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hello all-
i want to thank karen and the list member who posted the ajc link to =
the article/photo...what an inspiration this young woman is to all of =
us...her strength and courage humble me. today, on the sixth-month =
anniversary of sept. 11, i'm grateful for my family and friends, i'm =
grateul to ig for sharing their gifts with us and i'm grateful for =
people like sarah, that they can share this world for us for just a bit =
before going to on to an even greater place. today is also the one-year =
anniversary of our daughter's homecoming...she weighed 3 pounds when she =
was born and spent her first month in the hospital, which included heart =
surgery. let's all listen to become you, whether you have it already or =
will pick up your copy tomorrow at the local store like me, and remember =
sarah, and hug the people you love.
sorry for the mush...it's just been a mushy day for me,
take it easy,
michelle
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i want to thank = karen and the=20 list member who posted the ajc link to the article/photo...what an = inspiration=20 this young woman is to all of us...her strength and courage humble me. = today, on=20 the sixth-month anniversary of sept. 11, i'm grateful for my family and = friends,=20 i'm grateul to ig for sharing their gifts with us and i'm grateful for = people=20 like sarah, that they can share this world for us for just a bit before = going to=20 on to an even greater place. today is also the one-year anniversary of = our=20 daughter's homecoming...she weighed 3 pounds when she was born and spent = her=20 first month in the hospital, which included heart surgery. let's all = listen to=20 become you, whether you have it already or will pick up your copy = tomorrow at=20 the local store like me, and remember sarah, and hug the people you=20 love.
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thanks also for posting this full article, and the link to the pic. it =
brought me to tears and i also am grateful for what i have.
~diana
(currently listening to the become you web cast and loving it!!!!)
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<hey jen,
is it true that the cd is lacking lyrics?>

hi amy,
no, my cd has lyrics, which is great because we all know that amy must not
have passed her diction class. or maybe it's just my ears. i love
misunderstood lyrics. i also got the bonus cd from amazon.com and stag too.
lucy stoners is constantly stuck in my head. love that song!
jen (nh)
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date: mon, 11 mar 2002 16:00:50 -0800
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has anyone heard anything about the free bonus disc that we can get from
the ird? the coupon is on their website now (www.the-ird.com <http://www.the-ird.com/>). will it
be available tomorrow, and do you have to buy the album to get it?
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if i didn't even know who the indigo girls are - i would buy everything
they put out reading that article.

(and i will save everyone the whole political debate about end of life care
and such - altho - who cant totally like melt when reading that)
but - um, yeah - they are that wonderful and real and well, uh, listen to
4-22-94 's ghost - the analogy may not be exact, but a+e are incredible
people. like way beyond incredible.
funny - i saw the nyc memorial lights - they do look indigo - i soooooooooo
want to see that in person.
mjr

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date: mon, 11 mar 2002 20:55:28 -0500
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subject: ack! why cant i get into msn chat?
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ive been trying for the last half hour and it says (about any chat) "we are
sorry we are currently unable to suggest names for you."
i have a profile....but...it also wont let me pick a nickname, i get the
same thing. great, technical difficulties.
carol


"you ask me 'am i crazy for playing the cello,'
why do you not ask if they are crazy for shelling sarajevo?"
-vedran smailovic, when asked by a cnn reporter,
as he was playing dressed in full evening
wear on the streets of sarajevo during shelling

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ok so from someone who is totally bummed they didn't get their pre order
today. i ordered mine...and then sent someone else the coupon...and they got
theirs. can someone please tell me what the bonus discs are and how/where to
get them? i mean one will come from amazon...but the other two? especially
the ird one? i need big help there...thanks...
carla ;o)
"learn to pretend there's more than love that matters" -emily saliers
"i wish i didn't know now what i didn't know then" - against the wind
"had enough temporary aquisition, building fences for no gain" -amy ray
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date: mon, 11 mar 2002 21:42:29 est
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indigo_girls_live says: emily: it's about a farm boy, it's a love story,
about a girl in love with a farm boy who is in love with another girl. and he
tries to fill up his day, in a meantime this girl watching him knowing she's
second, trying to fill up her time as well.
sqturtle in onstage3 asks: for amy, do you believe the universe is guided or
random?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i believe it's guided by randomness. so i
believe it's guided but i believe it's random and i think we have influence
over it. there's something greater than us that has created something or a
pattern of randomness of some type.
meobrien in onstage3 asks: how have you two managed to stay a working and
compatible duo all this time?
indigo_girls_live says: emily:we're kind of like sisters, we're old friends.
we have pleanty of space from each other, and when we come together we each
bring something different to the group.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: and we keep it fresh, we make the records we
want to make, we change the set list every night, we don't play songs when we
don't want to play them. we sort of come to a meeting of the minds on what
the indigo girls will do. i think us staying
indigo_girls_live says: together is respect and our differences.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: being steadfast.
devi5678 in onstage1 asks: just getting my request in early. will you please
play philosophy of loss tomorrow night? that song and blood and fire are two
songs that have really helped me through some hard times.
dishdiva says: clever of you to come to this chat and get your request in
early!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: we won't play "blood and fire" because that's
one of the songs we don't play anymore.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: we sort of get there and decide, so if we want
to honor that request we will
edward_892 in onstage3 asks: after 15 years what was the best festival you
played at?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'd have to say bumpershoot in seattle and
newport folk festival.
barbfromnj in onstage1 asks: we love romeo and juliet. do you ever play that
live?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, every now and then, just not as much as i
used to.
lynnae81 in onstage3 asks: do you have a favorite venue to play in? (be
honest)
indigo_girls_live says: amy: be honest (laughs) for me i have two favorite
venues the bowry ballroom in nyc and the chicago metro.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: mine is the greek theatre in berkley.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: that's a good question.
tomboy1165 in onstage3 asks: is the dynamic of a show where you're on
electric guitars different to the dynamic of an acoustic show, in terms of
audience engagement?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i think it has to do with the size of the
audience. i think when there's 5,000 seat venue you can engage the audience,
but it probably feels more engaged in a club, when you play electric in the
club it's crazy. when you are playing a large venue
indigo_girls_live says: it's more ingaging playing acoustic. don't you think
emily?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah.
indigopins in onstage3 asks: i once talked to you, amy, and i stumbled over
telling you are wonderful. do you think it's amusing when people get so
nervous talking to you guys?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: it's not as amusing to me as much as i just want
people to realize that we're both human. i think that nervousness, i've felt
that before talking to people i admire and it's hard to get past that to
relating. so i can imagine how nervous that person
indigo_girls_live says: is talking to me, so it doesn't make me laugh, it
brings out the caretaker in me, i'm like, "it's ok, it's ok."
bankchic1 in onstage1 asks: i just wanted to thank you for some of the most
beautiful music. i really love it. please keep it up.
fig740 in onstage1 asks: amy, your song for your grandmother was so poignant.
how are you doing now that she's gone?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'm fine. my grandmother died about 2 years ago.
i'm fine. when i sing that song, i think about her and sometimes i don't sing
that song because i don't want to be sad. we had a great time together and i
feel good about that. some people don't have that time and i look at it that
way.
lowman1979 in onstage2 asks: i had the chance to see your performance with
the atlanta ballet and it was wonderful. are you planning on doing anything
like that again?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah, we're talking about doing that again
with the ballat.
chance0631 in onstage3 asks: emily or amy, do you have a favorite quote or a
specific philosophy by which you try to live?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i don't have a quote, but i try to live by the
golden rule.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'll go for the golden rule myself.
daringplanet in onstage1 asks: i have recently discovered blue grass and the
music of flatt and scruggs. would you consider bluegrass an influence on your
music?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, the influence of blue grass is the more
appalachians blue grass but more in the school or roots like field
recordings.
indigo_girls_live says: like someone singing in their kitchen, caught on
tape.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i wouldn't say blue grass has influenced my
music, but i love blue grass, different kinds.
gorillagorilla2 in onstage3 asks: i am a fifth grade teacher and i'd love to
know what words of wisdom you would give to fifth graders on what it takes to
be successful in this wild world of ours. thanks!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can
from whomever you can learn from. not just in school, but everywhere, on the
street, in nature.
dishdiva says: amy, emily, thank you for being our guests tonight on msn
live. best of luck with your new release
dishdiva says: "become you."
dishdiva says: from all of your fans here on msn live, thanks for being here!
indigo_girls_live says: we appreciate our audience so much and we especially
understand that more as we go back out on the road, seeing people in the
audience singing songs. it's very inspirational for us. thank you for being
patient with the chat. we're sorry we couldn't get to
indigo_girls_live says: everyone's questions.
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indigo_girls_live says: emily: it's about a farm boy, it's a love story, about a girl in love with a farm boy who is in love with another girl. and he tries to fill up his day, in a meantime this girl watching him knowing she's second, trying to fill up her time as well.
sqturtle in onstage3 asks: for amy, do you believe the universe is guided or random?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i believe it's guided by randomness. so i believe it's guided but i believe it's random and i think we have influence over it. there's something greater than us that has created something or a pattern of randomness of some type.
meobrien in onstage3 asks: how have you two managed to stay a working and compatible duo all this time?
indigo_girls_live says: emily:we're kind of like sisters, we're old friends. we have pleanty of space from each other, and when we come together we each bring something different to the group.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: and we keep it fresh, we make the records we want to make, we change the set list every night, we don't play songs when we don't want to play them. we sort of come to a meeting of the minds on what the indigo girls will do. i think us staying
indigo_girls_live says: together is respect and our differences.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: being steadfast.
devi5678 in onstage1 asks: just getting my request in early. will you please play philosophy of loss tomorrow night? that song and blood and fire are two songs that have really helped me through some hard times.
dishdiva says: clever of you to come to this chat and get your request in early!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: we won't play "blood and fire" because that's one of the songs we don't play anymore.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: we sort of get there and decide, so if we want to honor that request we will
edward_892 in onstage3 asks: after 15 years what was the best festival you played at?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'd have to say bumpershoot in seattle and newport folk festival.
barbfromnj in onstage1 asks: we love romeo and juliet. do you ever play that live?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, every now and then, just not as much as i used to.
lynnae81 in onstage3 asks: do you have a favorite venue to play in? (be honest)
indigo_girls_live says: amy: be honest (laughs) for me i have two favorite venues the bowry ballroom in nyc and the chicago metro.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: mine is the greek theatre in berkley.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: that's a good question.

tomboy1165 in onstage3 asks: is the dynamic of a show where you're on electric guitars different to the dynamic of an acoustic show, in terms of audience engagement?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i think it has to do with the size of the audience. i think when there's 5,000 seat venue you can engage the audience, but it probably feels more engaged in a club, when you play electric in the club it's crazy. when you are playing a large venue

indigo_girls_live says: it's more ingaging playing acoustic. don't you think emily?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah.
indigopins in onstage3 asks: i once talked to you, amy, and i stumbled over telling you are wonderful. do you think it's amusing when people get so nervous talking to you guys?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: it's not as amusing to me as much as i just want people to realize that we're both human. i think that nervousness, i've felt that before talking to people i admire and it's hard to get past that to relating. so i can imagine how nervous that person
indigo_girls_live says: is talking to me, so it doesn't make me laugh, it brings out the caretaker in me, i'm like, "it's ok, it's ok."

bankchic1 in onstage1 asks: i just wanted to thank you for some of the most beautiful music. i really love it. please keep it up.
fig740 in onstage1 asks: amy, your song for your grandmother was so poignant. how are you doing now that she's gone?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'm fine. my grandmother died about 2 years ago. i'm fine. when i sing that song, i think about her and sometimes i don't sing that song because i don't want to be sad. we had a great time together and i feel good about that. some people don't have that time and i look at it that way.

lowman1979 in onstage2 asks: i had the chance to see your performance with the atlanta ballet and it was wonderful. are you planning on doing anything like that again?

indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah, we're talking about doing that again with the ballat.

chance0631 in onstage3 asks: emily or amy, do you have a favorite quote or a specific philosophy by which you try to live?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i don't have a quote, but i try to live by the golden rule.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'll go for the golden rule myself.

daringplanet in onstage1 asks: i have recently discovered blue grass and the music of flatt and scruggs. would you consider bluegrass an influence on your music?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, the influence of blue grass is the more appalachians blue grass but more in the school or roots like field recordings.

indigo_girls_live says: like someone singing in their kitchen, caught on tape.

indigo_girls_live says: emily: i wouldn't say blue grass has influenced my music, but i love blue grass, different kinds.

gorillagorilla2 in onstage3 asks: i am a fifth grade teacher and i'd love to know what words of wisdom you would give to fifth graders on what it takes to be successful in this wild world of ours. thanks!

indigo_girls_live says: amy: knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can from whomever you can learn from. not just in school, but everywhere, on the street, in nature.
dishdiva says: amy, emily, thank you for being our guests tonight on msn live. best of luck with your new release
dishdiva says: "become you."

dishdiva says: from all of your fans here on msn live, thanks for being here!

indigo_girls_live says: we appreciate our audience so much and we especially understand that more as we go back out on the road, seeing people in the audience singing songs. it's very inspirational for us. thank you for being patient with the chat. we're sorry we couldn't get to
indigo_girls_live says: everyone's questions.
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date: mon, 11 mar 2002 21:44:26 est
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from: heidi smith <indigokat@aol.com>
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indigo_girls_live says: emily: it's about a farm boy, it's a love story,
about a girl in love with a farm boy who is in love with another girl. and he
tries to fill up his day, in a meantime this girl watching him knowing she's
second, trying to fill up her time as well.
sqturtle in onstage3 asks: for amy, do you believe the universe is guided or
random?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i believe it's guided by randomness. so i
believe it's guided but i believe it's random and i think we have influence
over it. there's something greater than us that has created something or a
pattern of randomness of some type.
meobrien in onstage3 asks: how have you two managed to stay a working and
compatible duo all this time?
indigo_girls_live says: emily:we're kind of like sisters, we're old friends.
we have pleanty of space from each other, and when we come together we each
bring something different to the group.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: and we keep it fresh, we make the records we
want to make, we change the set list every night, we don't play songs when we
don't want to play them. we sort of come to a meeting of the minds on what
the indigo girls will do. i think us staying
indigo_girls_live says: together is respect and our differences.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: being steadfast.
devi5678 in onstage1 asks: just getting my request in early. will you please
play philosophy of loss tomorrow night? that song and blood and fire are two
songs that have really helped me through some hard times.
dishdiva says: clever of you to come to this chat and get your request in
early!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: we won't play "blood and fire" because that's
one of the songs we don't play anymore.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: we sort of get there and decide, so if we want
to honor that request we will
edward_892 in onstage3 asks: after 15 years what was the best festival you
played at?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'd have to say bumpershoot in seattle and
newport folk festival.
barbfromnj in onstage1 asks: we love romeo and juliet. do you ever play that
live?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, every now and then, just not as much as i
used to.
lynnae81 in onstage3 asks: do you have a favorite venue to play in? (be
honest)
indigo_girls_live says: amy: be honest (laughs) for me i have two favorite
venues the bowry ballroom in nyc and the chicago metro.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: mine is the greek theatre in berkley.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: that's a good question.
tomboy1165 in onstage3 asks: is the dynamic of a show where you're on
electric guitars different to the dynamic of an acoustic show, in terms of
audience engagement?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i think it has to do with the size of the
audience. i think when there's 5,000 seat venue you can engage the audience,
but it probably feels more engaged in a club, when you play electric in the
club it's crazy. when you are playing a large venue
indigo_girls_live says: it's more ingaging playing acoustic. don't you think
emily?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah.
indigopins in onstage3 asks: i once talked to you, amy, and i stumbled over
telling you are wonderful. do you think it's amusing when people get so
nervous talking to you guys?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: it's not as amusing to me as much as i just want
people to realize that we're both human. i think that nervousness, i've felt
that before talking to people i admire and it's hard to get past that to
relating. so i can imagine how nervous that person
indigo_girls_live says: is talking to me, so it doesn't make me laugh, it
brings out the caretaker in me, i'm like, "it's ok, it's ok."
bankchic1 in onstage1 asks: i just wanted to thank you for some of the most
beautiful music. i really love it. please keep it up.
fig740 in onstage1 asks: amy, your song for your grandmother was so poignant.
how are you doing now that she's gone?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'm fine. my grandmother died about 2 years ago.
i'm fine. when i sing that song, i think about her and sometimes i don't sing
that song because i don't want to be sad. we had a great time together and i
feel good about that. some people don't have that time and i look at it that
way.
lowman1979 in onstage2 asks: i had the chance to see your performance with
the atlanta ballet and it was wonderful. are you planning on doing anything
like that again?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah, we're talking about doing that again
with the ballat.
chance0631 in onstage3 asks: emily or amy, do you have a favorite quote or a
specific philosophy by which you try to live?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i don't have a quote, but i try to live by the
golden rule.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'll go for the golden rule myself.
daringplanet in onstage1 asks: i have recently discovered blue grass and the
music of flatt and scruggs. would you consider bluegrass an influence on your
music?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, the influence of blue grass is the more
appalachians blue grass but more in the school or roots like field
recordings.
indigo_girls_live says: like someone singing in their kitchen, caught on
tape.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i wouldn't say blue grass has influenced my
music, but i love blue grass, different kinds.
gorillagorilla2 in onstage3 asks: i am a fifth grade teacher and i'd love to
know what words of wisdom you would give to fifth graders on what it takes to
be successful in this wild world of ours. thanks!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can
from whomever you can learn from. not just in school, but everywhere, on the
street, in nature.
dishdiva says: amy, emily, thank you for being our guests tonight on msn
live. best of luck with your new release
dishdiva says: "become you."
dishdiva says: from all of your fans here on msn live, thanks for being here!
indigo_girls_live says: we appreciate our audience so much and we especially
understand that more as we go back out on the road, seeing people in the
audience singing songs. it's very inspirational for us. thank you for being
patient with the chat. we're sorry we couldn't get to
indigo_girls_live says: everyone's questions.
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indigo_girls_live says: emily: it's about a farm boy, it's a love story, about a girl in love with a farm boy who is in love with another girl. and he tries to fill up his day, in a meantime this girl watching him knowing she's second, trying to fill up her time as well.
sqturtle in onstage3 asks: for amy, do you believe the universe is guided or random?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i believe it's guided by randomness. so i believe it's guided but i believe it's random and i think we have influence over it. there's something greater than us that has created something or a pattern of randomness of some type.
meobrien in onstage3 asks: how have you two managed to stay a working and compatible duo all this time?
indigo_girls_live says: emily:we're kind of like sisters, we're old friends. we have pleanty of space from each other, and when we come together we each bring something different to the group.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: and we keep it fresh, we make the records we want to make, we change the set list every night, we don't play songs when we don't want to play them. we sort of come to a meeting of the minds on what the indigo girls will do. i think us staying
indigo_girls_live says: together is respect and our differences.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: being steadfast.
devi5678 in onstage1 asks: just getting my request in early. will you please play philosophy of loss tomorrow night? that song and blood and fire are two songs that have really helped me through some hard times.
dishdiva says: clever of you to come to this chat and get your request in early!
indigo_girls_live says: amy: we won't play "blood and fire" because that's one of the songs we don't play anymore.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: we sort of get there and decide, so if we want to honor that request we will
edward_892 in onstage3 asks: after 15 years what was the best festival you played at?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'd have to say bumpershoot in seattle and newport folk festival.
barbfromnj in onstage1 asks: we love romeo and juliet. do you ever play that live?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, every now and then, just not as much as i used to.
lynnae81 in onstage3 asks: do you have a favorite venue to play in? (be honest)
indigo_girls_live says: amy: be honest (laughs) for me i have two favorite venues the bowry ballroom in nyc and the chicago metro.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: mine is the greek theatre in berkley.
indigo_girls_live says: emily: that's a good question.

tomboy1165 in onstage3 asks: is the dynamic of a show where you're on electric guitars different to the dynamic of an acoustic show, in terms of audience engagement?
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i think it has to do with the size of the audience. i think when there's 5,000 seat venue you can engage the audience, but it probably feels more engaged in a club, when you play electric in the club it's crazy. when you are playing a large venue

indigo_girls_live says: it's more ingaging playing acoustic. don't you think emily?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah.
indigopins in onstage3 asks: i once talked to you, amy, and i stumbled over telling you are wonderful. do you think it's amusing when people get so nervous talking to you guys?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: it's not as amusing to me as much as i just want people to realize that we're both human. i think that nervousness, i've felt that before talking to people i admire and it's hard to get past that to relating. so i can imagine how nervous that person
indigo_girls_live says: is talking to me, so it doesn't make me laugh, it brings out the caretaker in me, i'm like, "it's ok, it's ok."

bankchic1 in onstage1 asks: i just wanted to thank you for some of the most beautiful music. i really love it. please keep it up.
fig740 in onstage1 asks: amy, your song for your grandmother was so poignant. how are you doing now that she's gone?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'm fine. my grandmother died about 2 years ago. i'm fine. when i sing that song, i think about her and sometimes i don't sing that song because i don't want to be sad. we had a great time together and i feel good about that. some people don't have that time and i look at it that way.

lowman1979 in onstage2 asks: i had the chance to see your performance with the atlanta ballet and it was wonderful. are you planning on doing anything like that again?

indigo_girls_live says: emily: yeah, we're talking about doing that again with the ballat.

chance0631 in onstage3 asks: emily or amy, do you have a favorite quote or a specific philosophy by which you try to live?
indigo_girls_live says: emily: i don't have a quote, but i try to live by the golden rule.
indigo_girls_live says: amy: i'll go for the golden rule myself.

daringplanet in onstage1 asks: i have recently discovered blue grass and the music of flatt and scruggs. would you consider bluegrass an influence on your music?

indigo_girls_live says: amy: yeah, the influence of blue grass is the more appalachians blue grass but more in the school or roots like field recordings.

indigo_girls_live says: like someone singing in their kitchen, caught on tape.

indigo_girls_live says: emily: i wouldn't say blue grass has influenced my music, but i love blue grass, different kinds.

gorillagorilla2 in onstage3 asks: i am a fifth grade teacher and i'd love to know what words of wisdom you would give to fifth graders on what it takes to be successful in this wild world of ours. thanks!

indigo_girls_live says: amy: knowledge is power, so learn as much as you can from whomever you can learn from. not just in school, but everywhere, on the street, in nature.
dishdiva says: amy, emily, thank you for being our guests tonight on msn live. best of luck with your new release
dishdiva says: "become you."

dishdiva says: from all of your fans here on msn live, thanks for being here!

indigo_girls_live says: we appreciate our audience so much and we especially understand that more as we go back out on the road, seeing people in the audience singing songs. it's very inspirational for us. thank you for being patient with the chat. we're sorry we couldn't get to
indigo_girls_live says: everyone's questions.
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i picked mine up a couple days ago and didn't have to buy anything. i even got a free poster of the girls to go with it.

has anyone heard anything about the free bonus disc that we can get from
the ird? the coupon is on their website now (www.the-ird.com). will it
be available tomorrow, and do you have to buy the album to get it?

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here's the original letter that russell carter posted on the ig site:
february 8, 2002
greetings - i want to give everyone an update on the availability of the
extra "bonus" tracks that we have mentioned in the past. epic found that
there is interest from several retailers for special gifts associated with
pre-orders and purchases of the album so we developed three separate
packages as follows:
(1) amazon - for a limited time only, if you pre-order the album "become
you" from amazon.com , you get a bonus cd with the following three tracks:
(a) she's saving me (guitar and vocals only mix); (b) starkville (guitar,
vocals, harmonica only mix); (c) laramie (from amy's solo record called
"stag" on daemon records);
(2) borders books & music - their site, borders.com , is serviced by amazon,
so on line you get the same deal as described above for amazon. however, the
borders stores will offer a separate bonus cd with the purchase of "become
you" that contains the following material: (a) our deliverance (guitars,
mandolin and vocals only mix); (b) everything in its own time (board mix
from the atlanta ballet performance at the fox in atlanta on october 20,
2001 matinee); (c) johnny rottentail (from amy's solo record called "stag"
on daemon records);
(3) coalition of independent retail music stores - the website is
the-ird.com . you can go there and get a coupon for a limited edition cd
with the following three tracks: (a) hope alone (without strings); (b)
bitterroot (bass, drums, vocals only mix); (c) late bloom (from amy's solo
record called "stag" on daemon records). the site lists all of the
independent stores that are participating in the program. the coupon will
not be available until the week of the release.
we are about to put a new sticker, a package of cool coasters and a limited
edition promo tour t-shirt on our store site , so check out the new
merchandise when you get a chance!
five weeks and counting - - -become you- - - march 12th
best regards, russell
and here's the website with info about the coupon for the bonus disc from
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(www.the-ird.com <http://www.the-ird.com/>).
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subject: birthdays (march 11th - march 17th, 2002)
happy "new album!!!!" birthday to the following listees:
march 11 ('77)
jillian.certo@oberlin.edu (jill certo)
march 15 ('69)
jenhall@juno.com (jen hall)
march 15
jessica fritzges (jsslyn@aol.com)
march 17 ('78)
skwan@midway.uchicago.edu (susanna kwan)
"gotta get outta bed, get a hammer and a nail, learn how to use my
hands, not just my head, cuz i'll think myself into jail"
march 17 ('76)
jberryhaynes@yahoo.com (john haynes)
the big "25"!
march 17
ritesofpassage9@webtv.net (barbara bordner)
have a wonderful time celebrating!
love and devotion,
audra
bge

"when i say 'i will be true to you' i am drawing a quiet space
beyond the reach of other desires. no-one can legislate love;
it cannot be given orders or cajoled into service. love belongs
to itself, deaf to pleading and unmoved by violence. love is
not something you can negotiate. love is the one thing stronger
than desire and the only proper reason to resist temptation."
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there is a review of become you, as well as a poll on atlanta's favorite
homegrown musical act. to participate in the poll, go to
<http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/index.html>
the review is below:
<http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/music/0312indigo.html>
indigos offer varied shades of insight
by <a href="<http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/music/mailto>">sonia murray</a>
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer
"become you"
indigo girls. epic.
12 tracks.
grade: b

a great deal in "become you," the new release from the indigo girls, the
decatur folk duo, works. sometimes it's the pair's writing, sometimes it's
their musicianship and sometimes it's the singing. rarely, however, do all of
those pistons fire in the same song.
let's start with the lyrics, as it was arguably this quality that helped amy
ray and emily saliers break through in the early '90s, offering a refuge from
pop music then awash in grunge and hip-hop. at their best, they can write
about simple emotions and situations in a way that lifts them up into the
rare air of eloquence.
we common folks end relationships with rudimentary statements like "you know,
we're just not making it." saliers wraps things up with "we were just an
empty dream too big for hope alone to fill."
we might say, "get out of my way, redneck"; but on the title track of the
girls' first album in three years, ray turns the sentiment into a reflection
on a shared past, religion and even nature itself: "i see you walking in the
glare down the country road we share / our southern blood, my heresy / damn
that ol' confederacy."
the feathery saliers and more resonant ray combine into one especially lovely
vocal on "she's saving me," a warm, slowly-unfolding observation built on an
acoustic guitar.
and their fretwork on the mandolin provides the swiftness in the kick in
"yield"; it's an energy that becomes even more palpable when the hand claps,
call and response, harmonicas and wild drums chop away in "bitterroot."
but the only place where the vocals move beyond casual unaffectedness, the
arrangement is more than simply a pleasant journey and the sentiment in the
verses just brings it all home is on "you've got to show." on this flat-out
soulful glimpse at two tenuous lovers, all of the indigos' strengths are on
display.
indigo girls will be performing at 8 p.m. tonight at variety playhouse. it is
sold out.
to hear selections from the recording by indigo girls, call 511, enter 8600
and soundline number xxx. each call costs 50 cents.
on the web: more on indigo girls: www.indigogirls.com <http://www.indigogirls.com/>,
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there is a review of become you, as well as a poll on atlanta's favorite homegrown musical act. to participate in the poll, go to

http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/index.html

the review is below:
http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/music/0312indigo.html

indigos offer varied shades of insight
by sonia murray <http://www.accessatlanta.com/ajc/living/music/mailto>
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer

"become you"
indigo girls. epic.
12 tracks.
grade: b


a great deal in "become you," the new release from the indigo girls, the decatur folk duo, works. sometimes it's the pair's writing, sometimes it's their musicianship and sometimes it's the singing. rarely, however, do all of those pistons fire in the same song.

let's start with the lyrics, as it was arguably this quality that helped amy ray and emily saliers break through in the early '90s, offering a refuge from pop music then awash in grunge and hip-hop. at their best, they can write about simple emotions and situations in a way that lifts them up into the rare air of eloquence.

we common folks end relationships with rudimentary statements like "you know, we're just not making it." saliers wraps things up with "we were just an empty dream too big for hope alone to fill."

we might say, "get out of my way, redneck"; but on the title track of the girls' first album in three years, ray turns the sentiment into a reflection on a shared past, religion and even nature itself: "i see you walking in the glare down the country road we share / our southern blood, my heresy / damn that ol' confederacy."

the feathery saliers and more resonant ray combine into one especially lovely vocal on "she's saving me," a warm, slowly-unfolding observation built on an acoustic guitar.

and their fretwork on the mandolin provides the swiftness in the kick in "yield"; it's an energy that becomes even more palpable when the hand claps, call and response, harmonicas and wild drums chop away in "bitterroot."

but the only place where the vocals move beyond casual unaffectedness, the arrangement is more than simply a pleasant journey and the sentiment in the verses just brings it all home is on "you've got to show." on this flat-out soulful glimpse at two tenuous lovers, all of the indigos' strengths are on display.

indigo girls will be performing at 8 p.m. tonight at variety playhouse. it is sold out.

to hear selections from the recording by indigo girls, call 511, enter 8600 and soundline number xxx. each call costs 50 cents.

on the web: more on indigo girls: www.indigogirls.com, www.indigogirlsdirect.com, www.epicrecords.com.
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hey kids...
<<has anyone heard anything about the free bonus disc that we can get
from the ird? the coupon is on their website now (www.the-ird.com <http://www.the-ird.com/>).
will it be available tomorrow, and do you have to buy the album to get
it?>>
and if anyone happens upon a spare copy and wants to send it my way -
lo, the will be rewarded aplenty...
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subject: i have the transcript of the ig chat session. anybody?
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date: tue, 12 mar 2002 09:44:41 -0600
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i am sure this has been posted already but if not, check out the below link
for an interview and a nice video link to ig playing gone again at the
knitting factory. it was fun to watch two girls kiss halfway through the
song who were in the front row only to have the camera quickly pan back to a
full shot. very interesting. can't wait til amazon gets that damn cd to be
mailbox already!
<http://www.cnn.com/cnn/programs/showbiz.today/music.ontheroad/0203/08.html>
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thanks for posting this, greg!
what i want to know is:
1. if you were in the front row of an indigo girls concert, pressed up
against the stage, would you be paying enough attention to your significant
other to want to kiss them at that moment? i know i wouldn't be.
2. how many duplicate instruments does amy have? i noticed that she
appeared to have broken a string on her mandolin and made a switch out. the
replacement looked almost exactly the same! then again, the quicktime video
was small and fuzzy, so it could have just been my perception.
anna
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from what i could see at the concerts i went to sulli always had a spare
instrument set aside for amy. so i guess she's really teching three sets of
instruments rather than just two.
people often kiss at ig concerts front row, back row, anywhere
mary
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any british folk who have purchased british cd's - do you have lyrics ???
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> <hey jen,
> is it true that the cd is lacking lyrics?>
>
>
> hi amy,
>
> no, my cd has lyrics, which is great because we all know that amy must not
> have passed her diction class. or maybe it's just my ears. i love
> misunderstood lyrics. i also got the bonus cd from amazon.com and stag
too.
> lucy stoners is constantly stuck in my head. love that song!
>
> jen (nh)
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wow,
the new album is so rich. i was worried about it after some of the revie=
ws,
but once again, let's just chalk those up to those people who just don't
get it. the album is brilliant. very different than anything i have hea=
rd
from them before. although i had heard most of these songs live, they ar=
e
completely different (well, some of them anyway) on the album. richer,
layered, and completely ethereal. amy's songs fit very well into the cur=
rent
roots movement that is going on, and you'd think that she'd been doing bl=
uegrass
cool for her whole career. emily is at top form on this album. i was no=
t
a big fan of her cons songs, which i thought (soon be to nothing and phil=
osophy
of loss excluded) were over pop-y and sacharrine. however, the songs on
this album are a leap in musicality, maturity, and emotion. they come ou=
t
sounding like pure poetry, in short, like an emily song. i was in mourni=
ng
after cons because i thought that she was on a road of mediocrity, but sh=
e
has redeemed herself completely with this album.
i like them all, but the girls really shine on the songs starkville, yiel=
d,
moment of forgiveness, she's saving me, and bitter root. now this is not=
to say that these are the best songs on the album, because all of them ar=
e
very very good (which i couldn't say about the last album). however, on
these songs you hear the girls stretching their wings for a new sound tha=
t
is not as jarring as the one on cons, yet is still as revolutionary. beco=
me
you is the only song that i was remotely disappointed with. it seems tha=
t
the anger and the punk sensibility that is so prevalent in the live versi=
ons
is gone here. unfortunately, i think it might have crippled the song, ho=
wever,
i have to give it a few more listens before i can be sure.
well, that's my take, and of course, my humble opinion. i rushed out to
get the album during my lunch break, and i've been listening to it since.=
i'm just amazed with it.
have a good one, and let's hear what everyone else thinks.
scott
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unfortunately i must disagree with the assessment of emily's songs on this album. i've had it for a few weeks and have had the opportunity to see them live during that time, so i've had a little while to think about it. the album version of deconstruction is ok, but live it is much better. i greatly dislike both you've got to show and she's saving me. while i know a lot of people like ssm because of the subject matter, i don't think a touching subject always makes a good song. and i frankly cannot get past "i was born with a whole in my heart the size of my landlocked travels."
on the other hand, i think amy's performance on the album is absolutely stellar. she keeps improving remarkably all the time. moment of forgiveness,
become you, and my new favorite, starkville, are truly excellent.
laura
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i like ssm because i think it is a good song. the lyrics are so =
ambiguous
and abstract because of the subject matter. there is nothing more =
abstract
than a person who was once alive and now is gone and our feelings about =
that
person. and i think the song is about so much more. i like the images =
in
it, especially with the campfire and the cigarettes. and although that =
line
you quote is not my favorite of the song, it's not hideous or anything. =
to
me it simply means that living and dying has taken its toll.
amy does shine on this album. i agree with you. but then again, i =
think
amy has been shining for a long time, and not many people have noticed =
until
recently.
have a good one,
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i like ssm because i think it is a good song. the lyrics are = so=20 ambiguous
and abstract because of the subject matter. there is = nothing=20 more abstract
than a person who was once alive and now is gone and = our=20 feelings about that
person. and i think the song is about so much = more. =20 i like the images in
it, especially with the campfire and the = cigarettes. and=20 although that line
you quote is not my favorite of the song, it's not = hideous=20 or anything. to
me it simply means that living and dying has = taken its=20 toll.

amy does shine on this album. i agree with you. = but=20 then again, i think
amy has been shining for a long time, and not = many people=20 have noticed until
recently.

have a good = one,

scott
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ola,
well, after running my dad and brother out of my room so that i
could listen to the album in peace, im uterly spellbound. in my
opinion this is the best album they have done in years... the
last three ( not counting retrospective) had to grow on me but
this one is different, the lushness of the songs and the mature
emotions are beautiful i am so happy to hear the harmonies
returned to their music. it seems like they are back to those
wonderful roots that many of us fell in love with. bitterroot
is awsome!!!!!! kudos to the girls!!!!!!!
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hey all!
kudos for finding out about the availability of the tix for the hamburg
and berlin dates at www.kartenhaus.de <http://www.kartenhaus.de/> go to some unsung hero
(probably a heroine, really...) not to lil' me...
but i thought i'd post it, so other people who might wanna grab some tix
get a chance to.
another major ticket site www.eventim.de <http://www.eventim.de/> just added the tix to their site
too. prices are about the same (around 20 euros per ticket).
the koeln date is on kartenhaus.de already but is not yet being sold.
it's not even up at eventim.de.
also, i checked with the venue in hamburg (der schlachthof) and they
said they're still negotiating with the girls... and would know on
thursday or friday for sure, if they'd have them there or not.
so, there could be a change of venue for that date.
i'll post about it, once i hear from the venue again.
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after calling all over town this morning, i finally found somewhere that had a bonus cd (borders), and i went on my lunch break to pick it up. i'm offering my first impressions of the cd, but my opinions may change as i listen to the cd. i find i am fluid in which are my favorite ig songs, dependent upon what is happening in my life at the time.
'become you' shocked me when i heard it on the cd. it sounded completely different live, and i'm sad to say the live version is a lot better to me. i agree with scott that by lost a lot of it's fire on the cd. i can't seem to pinpoint the word i'm looking for. all i can come up with is 'happy'. i think it's the penny whistle that turns me off. (is that what that is? please forgive my ignorance!) i also am not all that moved by ssm. i wanted to be because of the subject matter, but i'm just not there.
i liked cons okay, but i had to listen to it several times for it to grow on me. i did fall in love with pol and faye tucker imediately, though. i never did really get into 'andy' or 'we are together'. i loved sots.
bitterroot is wonderful, and so is the intro to nuevas senoritas. so far my favorites are hope alone, starkville, and moment of forgiveness, and collecting you. wait~ i also like deconstruction. hehe perhaps it is too early for me to pick my favorites.
but i agree with what seems to be the majority, that this cd is a fantastic revisitation to what we love most about our girls - their harmony.


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<p> after calling all over town this morning, i finally found somewhere that had a bonus cd (borders), and i went on my lunch break to pick it up.  i'm offering my first impressions of the cd, but my opinions may change as i listen to the cd.  i find i am fluid in which are my favorite ig songs, dependent upon what is happening in my life at the time.
<p>'become you' shocked me when i heard it on the cd.  it sounded completely different live, and i'm sad to say the live version is a lot better to me.  i agree with scott that by lost a lot of it's fire on the cd.  i can't seem to pinpoint the word i'm looking for.  all i can come up with is 'happy'.  i think it's the penny whistle that turns me off.  (is that what that is?  please forgive my ignorance!)  i also am not all that moved by ssm.  i wanted to be because of the subject matter, but i'm just not there. 
<p>i liked cons okay, but i had to listen to it several times for it to grow on me.  i did fall in love with pol and faye tucker imediately, though.  i never did really get into 'andy' or 'we are together'.  i loved sots.
<p>bitterroot is wonderful, and so is the intro to nuevas senoritas.  so far my favorites are hope alone, starkville, and moment of forgiveness, and collecting you.  wait~ i also like deconstruction.  hehe  perhaps it is too early for me to pick my favorites.  <img src="<http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mesg/tsmileys/3.gif>"> 
<p>but i agree with what seems to be the majority, that this cd is a fantastic revisitation to what we love most about our girls - their harmony.</p><p><br><hr size=1><b>do you yahoo!?</b><br>
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=20
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=e2=80=93 the=20
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i can't tell you how many hard nights the girls have helped me through. i
think they've done that for all of us. i just wanted to say real quickly
that i have not taken the time to sit through the songs and analyze them
they way i have with many others. it is a slow process for me. i am sure
one day i'll be listening to ssm and suddenly it will strike a chord in me,
as so many of their songs do.

susannah bell wrote:
okay, i want to weigh in on she's saving me. i think it's important to
know something about the subject matter in order to really feel it, but all
i really know is that it's about emily's sister who passed away..[...]
their music has given me so much over the years it even got me a job once.
but that’s another story. susannah
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> i don't think a touching subject always makes a good song. and i frankly
> cannot get past "i was born with a whole in my heart the size of my
> landlocked travels."
>
> on the other hand, i think amy's performance on the album is absolutely
> stellar. she keeps improving remarkably all the time. moment of forgiveness,
> become you, and my new favorite, starkville, are truly excellent.
>
hkf's
i love emilys songs on this one... i'm not a huge ssm fan (yet. tonight is
the "sit with the lyrics an and a aid to intoxication... maybe some ice cream
and find out what they are enlighting us about through a medium of angelic
harmonies and down right holy communion) or a ygts fan either.
but i love that lyric about the landlock traveler!!!! that rocks! picture
austrialia as an exaple of land lock.... that a big f'ing hole!
i thing it does what emily always does... it draws a picture as easy to read
as a cryon drawing with words poets for centurys have pined for.
it has never been hard to see what see has ment.
i love 'collecting you"!!!!
and i compleatly agree... amy... a perfect effort.
a new cd!!!! and people to talk to about it!!! this is why i joined this
list!! i love it!
joe
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in a message dated 3/12/02 12:46:15 pm eastern standard time, poohbea487@aol.com writes:


i don't think a touching subject always makes a good song. and i frankly cannot get past "i was born with a whole in my heart the size of my landlocked travels."

on the other hand, i think amy's performance on the album is absolutely stellar. she keeps improving remarkably all the time. moment of forgiveness,
become you, and my new favorite, starkville, are truly excellent.


hkf's

i love emilys songs on this one... i'm not a huge ssm fan (yet. tonight is the "sit with the lyrics an and a aid to intoxication... maybe some ice cream and find out what they are enlighting us about through a medium of angelic harmonies and down right holy communion) or a ygts fan either.

but i love that lyric about the landlock traveler!!!! that rocks! picture austrialia as an exaple of land lock.... that a big f'ing hole!

i thing it does what emily always does... it draws a picture as easy to read as a cryon drawing with words poets for centurys have pined for.

it has never been hard to see what see has ment.

i love 'collecting you"!!!!

and i compleatly agree... amy... a perfect effort.

a new cd!!!! and people to talk to about it!!! this is why i joined this list!! i love it!

joe
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in a message dated 3/12/02 3:36:58 pm eastern standard time,
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>
> i am so happy to hear the harmonies
> returned to their music. it seems like they are back to those
> wonderful roots that many of us fell in love with. bitterroot
> is awsome!!!!!! kudos to the girls!!!!!!!
i love bitterroot too... i have to always play it twice when i play it, it is
so cool!
i love the harmonies too, it's what made us love them... but i will bring
back up what i remember reading on the list a few weeks ago... there isn't
the counter point i love..
the counter point is where they sing at the same time different parts of the
songs, or in different speeds like at the end of "secure yourself" or in
"ghost" when amy sings "don't tell a soul" while emily sings "dark and
dangerours like a secrete....." that's counterpoint, and there isn't too much
on this cd....
but i want to go on record... on my first listen.. i love this cd.
next to meeting them, this has been the best day to be an ig fan in the last
five years or so.
this is the best indigo girls day of the milenimun!!!!!

joe
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in a message dated 3/12/02 3:36:58 pm eastern standard time, dovesland@yahoo.com writes:
i am so happy to hear the harmonies
returned to their music. it seems like they are back to those
wonderful roots that many of us fell in love with. bitterroot
is awsome!!!!!! kudos to the girls!!!!!!!


i love bitterroot too... i have to always play it twice when i play it, it is so cool!

i love the harmonies too, it's what made us love them... but i will bring back up what i remember reading on the list a few weeks ago... there isn't the counter point i love..

the counter point is where they sing at the same time different parts of the songs, or in different speeds like at the end of "secure yourself" or in "ghost" when amy sings "don't tell a soul" while emily sings "dark and dangerours like a secrete....." that's counterpoint, and there isn't too much on this cd....

but i want to go on record... on my first listen.. i love this cd.

next to meeting them, this has been the best day to be an ig fan in the last five years or so.

this is the best indigo girls day of the milenimun!!!!!


joe
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hi,
there's a very nice 6 minutes video on this kron web site. does anyone
recognise that clip of "bury my heart at wounded knee" where emily is singing
and amy is playing guitar? it looks like it's from a produced video but i
don't recognize it.
<a href="<http://www.kron.com/global/category.asp?c=19081&nav=5d7z>">entertainment</a>
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hi,

there's a very nice 6 minutes video on this kron web site. does anyone recognise that clip of "bury my heart at wounded knee" where emily is singing and amy is playing guitar? it looks like it's from a produced video but i don't recognize it.
entertainment <http://www.kron.com/global/category.asp?c=19081&nav=5d7z>

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hey,
was just watching cnn headline news (08:00 et) and the reporter said there'd
be a mini concert by indigo girls this hour. dunno if it's live...
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hey folks --
i've just found this list, so i hope that my question isn't too
annoying...does anyone have setlists for any of the girls' shows in march?
i'm keeping track (for various and sundry reasons), and the official site
seems to have fallen behind in their postings.
thanks in advance --
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i gotta agree with laura here. amy shines again and emily seems to have
taken a step back. i love her songs on cons, but everything here
is...so....slow......except deconstruction, which is great. although i've
only listened 2 times thru, its starting to sound "better" overall but
clearly, "swamp" and "cons" are their finest. this record is so "different"
its hard to explain. most people thought cons and shaming where different. i
thought they melded perfectly. this record doesn't *flow* right. its too up
and down.
i was hoping for something like nomads or swamp when they announced an
acoustic record but there is not much acoustic guitar at all. its clearly
not an electric album and it *feels* like an acoustic record but the guitars
are almost missing. i know its got layers, etc. but its seems so "thin" from
a guitar perspective. low in the mix or something. even when the guitars are
there, its like they still aren't? uh?
everyone's got their opinions and that's what's great. i'm sure this album
will grow on me. i do also agree that the live versions sound so much
better. why? there is a lot of acoustic guitar. as a duo. that is all there
is. i think they'll sound superb with the full band too. something about the
live show. they are incredible performers.
can't wait for youngstown. i hope its not canceled. tickets are still very
much available, which is suprising. i think maybe the ticket price may have
something to do with it. not sure. its going to be a full show so fill up
the tank and hit the road ladies! i'm driving 3 hours.
keep spin'n.
dpm.

>from: laura whitlock <poohbea487@aol.com>
>unfortunately i must disagree with the assessment of emily's songs on
>this album. i've had it for a few weeks and have had the opportunity
>to see them live during that time, so i've had a little while to
>think about it. the album version of deconstruction is ok, but live
>it is much better.
>
>on the other hand, i think amy's performance on the album is
>absolutely stellar. she keeps improving remarkably all the time.
>moment of forgiveness,
>become you, and my new favorite, starkville, are truly excellent.

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best thing so far for me: "hope alone" (what a tearjerker!)
worst thing: "starkville" going from being haunting live to being a veritable
knee-slapper (amy, why oh why must it be so fast???) --gina
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worst thing: "starkville" going from being haunting live to being a veritable knee-slapper (amy, why oh why must it be so fast???) --gina
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this is really different than what i expected -- the only thing that sounds
the same as the mp3 stuff id heard or stuff i heard live is she's saving me.
really different, some of it more produced than i like, but i half expected
that with peter collins involved. all that said, i think once again they've
both taken a giant leap in songwriting and after a third listen thru, i
really like it.
i do think this is their most divergent stylistic collection as far as their
individual compositions go, tho. in some ways, that makes the cd feel a
little schizo for me, but they still balance each other just enough so that
it works.
emily is in poet form again. while i thot musically she was in excellent and
new form on cons, her stuff, after two years, doesnt hold up well lyrically
for me, except for philosophy of loss and cold beer and remote control which
i still see as an incredibly astute observation on the lives of the working
poor. i still really like cons, but to me it is amy's showcase in the way
rites was emily's showcase.
i think the poet is back on become you tho. lines like:
"we're sculpted from youth/the chipping away makes me weary/ and as for the
truth/it seems we just pick a theory/the one that justifies our daily lives"
that's really brilliant, especially if you are 38 like me, relatively
successful and yet find yourself in a semi midlife crisis wondering what the
hell the point to everything including yourself is or should be.
collecting you and she's saving me are wonderful. and at the moment youve
got to show (despite that god awful sax solo. what is up with that. i like
the smokey jazzy feel of this tune. very different and she pulls it off. but
the sax solo nearly kills the whole thing for me) and hope alone are my
favorite of the album.
"youre a land of secrets, its only citizen/and though i paid my dues i was
never allowed in/and so i am a stranger but especially today/as i get sad
and lonely and you get your way"
great stuff again, especially if youve ever had the misfortune of being
involved with someone like the person that song evokes for me.
i like amy's stuff here. she just continues to be on a roll and the range of
songs in her repetoire, when u think about sots, cons, stag, and now this,
is just incredible.
i have really loved moment of forgiveness since i first heard them do it on
the shaming of the sun tour. this studio version is good even with the over
production. yield is a great tune, both musically and lyrically.
i really like the roots stuff in general.
and this studio version of nuevas senoritas is the best of all the
incarnations of this song ive heard i think. it's the most purely beautiful
song on the album, maybe that they've ever done -- for me, it's up there
with winthrop, which i wish they'd release someday.
i think what surprises me most is that i expected this to be a really
acoustic album in the vein of strange fire/indigo girls/nomads or even a lot
of the tunes on so. i've interviewed them with every release since so, and
theyve been saying since shaming of the sun that they were going to do an
acoustic album. i dont hear this cd as that at all. even roots is different
than that.
not that it's bad, but im just surprised. i'd love to hear other thoughts on
that.
finally, once again i think i will be doing a news feature for sonicnet and
mtv.com. if they have any money to pay freelancers. theyve had huge budget
cuts and although ive always been able to sell sonicnet (which now is really
just mtv, who owns them) an ig piece when an album comes out, i fear the
piece i did on stag will be the last ig piece i do for them. but i'm
thinking positive, and as always, i like to stop by here and ask you guys
what questions you'd ask ig if you could. please stick to questions in the
context of this cd and future plans.
email them to me and as a thank you, if i get to do the piece, once it's
finished and published, i'll post the interview outtakes, stuff i couldnt
get in, here.
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so i rushed out first thing this morning (11:00 a.m.) and picked up
become you from the ird store two blocks from my house. honestly,
this is one of their best albums yet. it's not that acoustic though. it's
more percussion-oriented, with very basic harmonies (for ig anyway)
and thin guitars. i'm kinda disappointed in the production of a couple
of songs, especially become you. this song is so much better live.
the chorus is so clean and radio-friendly almost. and god that
penny whistle! short of that, the album rocks. amy's songwriting is on
such a higher level since stag. starkville has to be one of her best
songs yet. deconstruction is my favorite emily track so far. oh, and i
got the free ird disc and there is a cool version of bitteroot with no
guitar part. it's just bass and percussion. it's pretty fun. but with all
that handclapping i keep expecting them to burst into a chorus of iko
iko. hehe. well, that's my two cents.
jer

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there is no nation by god exempted
lay down your weapons and love your neighbor as yourself

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anyone else hear shades of jonas and ezekial in the verses?
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now that you mention it, yeah, i do...i've found from learning amy's songs
on the guitar that a lot of them are beautiful variations on a common theme.
the genius is that she always surprises you, no matter how many times she
uses em-g-d-c structure.
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okay, earlier this evening i submitted a post that was in response to w
scott's comment about how become you's harmonies are layered.....(as of
this writing it has not posted yet you'll know when you get it.
on cons i absolutely hated the layered harmonies because i just love
hearing every person who is harmonizing.....and it's all on an even keel
that respect, where the harmony and the melody are so entertwined that
they are one, but you can stlll hear every note that's there a good
example is simon and garfunkel's scarborough fair... on cons it was so
layered and overproduced that at times you don't know it's there!
and now tonight i played become you, and i have mixed feelings about
it....yeah the harmony is better, but i'd like to see the person who's
doing the harmony brought out just a tad more....like when amy's doing
melody, i'd like to bring out emily, and vice versa so that they sound
like one voice without having a garage sound..
like on strange fire or kid fears or love's recovery.......and (to the
girls....whom i know are not on this list) please, more guitars huh?
it's what you do best......pianos, keyboards, and drums are not my idea
of what an accoustic song is. ( i am referring to moment of
forgiveness.)"
and keep in mind i did like some cons songs but it was six months in
coming, and it took hearing those songs in person before liked them so
maybe seeing the girls next week will help.

peace
barb
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hey folks,
this is forwarded from the news-only list...
-sherlyn
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>subject: [ig-news] ig on kfog (san francisco)
>date: tue, 12 mar 2002 18:25:32 -0800
>
>hi all,
>
>two ig appearances on kfog this week:
>
>live from the archives will be broadcasting the show at slim's from last
>month: 8 pm, wed., 3/13 and sun. 3/15.
>
>and while i was looking at the kfog website to get info on that show, i
>noticed that the girls will be on the morning show on thursday 3/14
>discussing the new album. that will be sometime between 6-10 am.
>
>i will be out of town and unable to tape these shows, so hopefully someone
>will get them!
>
>and of course, those who don't live in the sf bay area can listen on
><http://www.kfog.com/>.
>
>leslie
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hey folks,
forwarded from ig-news...
-sherlyn
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>date: wed, 13 mar 2002 11:00:42 +0100 (met)
>from: cariwe@arcor.de
>subject: re: [ig-news] german tour tix
>
>hi kathrin,
>
>...and the tickets for koeln will be on sale either today or tomorrow. at
>least that is what i was told by email from the koeln venue (prime club).
>
>tickets for the shows in germany can also be purchased directly at any
>major ticket outlet all around the country.
>
>take care.
>
>
>carina.
>
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this was great! thanks for passing along. i've seen the video for bury =
my heart, but i don't remember where or when. i love the song the way =
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just a suggestion to all....if you find yourself wanting to write "i absolutely hate this new cd, it sucks and is nothing=
like i expected..." take a deep breath and give yourself at least five full days to listen to it start to finish. i fin=
d that whenever i hear a new cd by a favorite artist, i generally have mixed feelings until the songs have a chance to gr=
ow on me.
so if you're feeling bad that become you is not what you hoped for...just give it a chance, you may surprise yourself. :=
-)
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hey y'all!
i was just wondering if anyone got a boot of last nights phenomenal show?? i'd love to set up a b&p or whatever. please email me privately if you have a copy you're willing to copy/trade!
laura
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>are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a
>skirt or dress? just curious.....
> jen (nh)
i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time
ago... it was published in the rocket (a defunct seattle paper that
focused on music/arts) but it might have been a promo photo that was
published elsewhere as well. i am thinking she had short hair in the
picture so it was around the time of swamp ophelia?
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are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a skirt or dress? just curious.....
jen (nh)
i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time ago... it was published in the rocket (a defunct seattle paper that focused on music/arts) but it might have been a promo photo that was published elsewhere as well. i am thinking she had short hair in the picture so it was around the time of swamp ophelia?
kristina
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yeah it was a copy of a picture that was in a lesbian mag quite some
time ago. she's in a blue dress and combat boots......
laura
kristina wrote:
>> are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a
>> skirt or dress? just curious.....
>
>> jen (nh)
>
> i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time
> ago... it was published in the rocket (a defunct seattle paper that
> focused on music/arts) but it might have been a promo photo that was
> published elsewhere as well. i am thinking she had short hair in the
> picture so it was around the time of swamp ophelia? kristina
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i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time ago... it was published in the rocket (a defunct seattle paper that focused on music/arts) but it might have been a promo photo that was published elsewhere as well. i am thinking she had short hair in the picture so it was around the time of swamp ophelia? kristina
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>>are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a
>>skirt or dress? just curious.....
>> jen (nh)
>
>i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time ago...
i found it:
<http://members.tripod.com/~guidoray/amydres.jpg>
i also seem to remember one of her standing up (from the same photo
shoot)... too tired to go looking for it now though.
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are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a skirt or dress? just curious.....
jen (nh)
i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing a dress quite some time ago...
i found it:
http://members.tripod.com/~guidoray/amydres.jpg
i also seem to remember one of her standing up (from the same photo shoot)... too tired to go looking for it now though.
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i think this may be the pic you're talking about...
<http://www.libertypress.net/kansas/ksarchives/ks1994->
1999/ksarchive95.html
scroll down for the cover with the girls...
heather
hope that link works :)
kristina <andrade@az.com> wrote:
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re: kron (now skirts/dresses)
are there
any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a skirt or
dress? just curious.....
jen
(nh)
>
i remember seeing a photo of amy wearing
a dress quite some time ago...
>
i found it:
>
<http://members.tripod.com/~guidoray/amydres.jpg>
>
i also seem to remember one of her standing up (from the same
photo shoot)... too tired to go looking for it now though.
>
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i got my cd yesterday! i couldn't believe it arrived on the release date.
i was so excited. anyway, here is my completely unprofessional review of
each song.
moment of forgiveness
i love this song. i have always loved it since it was on one of my boots.
i knew this was going to be a favorite. and i love the added lyrics. i
think amy took an already excellent song and made it even better.
deconstruction
this song is great. the lyrics are good in this song. and emily's voice
sounds beautiful. this is a great song to sing along with!
become you
okay, this has to be one of my favorites. i had heard live versions and
liked the song. well let me tell you that the cd version blew me away! i
love it! i think this is one of the few songs i prefer the cd to live. i
just love it.
you've got to show
i don't like it. i mean the lyrics are okay, but i am just not into the
jazzy sound at all. and that damn sax!! to me it just doesn't seem like an
ig song. i have never heard it live though, that might change my mind. but
right now i don't like it.
yield
i like the music for this one. i knew that i liked this song from the boot
versions that are out there. but the cd version is great too. i think i
prefer it live, but still it is a good song. definitely not one that i will
skip :)
collecting you
the lyrics for this song are good. and again, emily's voice sounds
wonderful. i don't know, there is something about the tempo of this song
that bothers me. i'm not saying i don't like it, just that it's not one of
my favorites.
hope alone
i love this song. the sadness goes straight to my heart. i reminds me of
past situations in my life. so i have a strong connection to this one. the
lyrics really hit home. i can't say bad things about this song.
bitterroot
wow, i wasn't really expecting the hand clapping sing along type feeling i
get from this. in past concerts it has always been a foot stomping
screamer. it is a little slower than i was used to before, but it is good.
it is a fun song!!
our deliverance
i love the lyrics to this song. as you can tell by my sig i love the lyrics
to this song. it has a great message. the sound of the song kind of goes
up and down for me. there are parts i like and parts that are kind of
boring, but the lyrics make up for it.
starkville
this is a great song! i really like pretty much everything about it. the
rhythm of the song goes great with the lyrics. it's great, that's all i can
say.
she's saving me
i am not sure why others don't like it. i think the hope through the
sadness is great. maybe it is because i am in a situation where that is
particularly poignant to me. i am not sure. but i know that being faced
with the possibility of losing someone makes you feel like you are drowning.
but then you talk to that person and they give you hope for a better future.
okay, i must move on. can't dwell on the sad things at work.
nuevas senoritas
i have always liked the lyrics to this song. but it was too sad of a song
for the way amy used to sing it. i think with this slower pace and the
music in the background it is perfect. i now can gather more of the meaning
of the lyrics. it is excellent.
well, that was my reaction from my first time through the cd. all in all i
must say it is excellent. this is the best review i have given a new cd
from the first time listening. normally it takes me a while to warm up to
certain songs. this is really one of their best cd's ever if you ask me.
even rop, which is my favorite, has certain songs i don't like.
well, that's all from me. now i will go and read other's reviews. i am
excited to see what we all think about these songs. happy listening!
:)
mi rinda
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hi all. i rarely post here but i lurk plenty. if anyone is interested- =
here is my 2 cents. i have only listened to the cd once so far but i did =
have the good fortune of hearing it at the preview show at the bowery =
ballroom a couple of weeks ago.=20
imho the cd is fantastic. do i prefer the live versions? yes i do . i =
always do. there is an intensity to their live performances that will =
keep me going to every show that comes close enough to me to get to. i =
have always said that their studio albums (forgive me- i date myself =
with that term) do not do them justice. maybe it's because the first i =
ever heard of them was when i saw them as the opening act at a concert i =
went to and they just blew me away.=20
i have been listening to a live version of starkville nonstop for over a =
week. i too thought the studio version sounded too fast and "light" =
compared to the way they played it live.(someone called it "haunting"-a =
perfect description.) i put the new one on repeat and by the 3rd =
go-round i loved it too.=20
as jason pointed out it does sometimes take a few listens until the new =
stuff "clicks" and you find you love it.
i had vowed not to listen to any of the new stuff until the cd was =
released. i ended up not being able to resist the temptation so i had =
heard all of it in one form or another before the release yesterday.
they continue to amaze me. their ability to create so many different =
kinds of music as they grow and evolve is a tribute to their talent. =
while we would all love another " blood and fire" i think we need to =
appreciate where they are now and enjoy (or not) the latest offering. we =
will always have the early work and i for one am grateful that after all =
of these years they are still together and creating and touring.
whew-that was more than i meant to write- going back to lurking now...
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hi all. i rarely post here but i lurk = plenty. if=20 anyone is interested- here is my 2 cents. i have only listened to the cd = once so=20 far but i did have the good fortune of hearing it at the preview show at = the=20 bowery ballroom a couple of weeks ago.
imho the cd is fantastic. do i prefer = the live=20 versions? yes i do . i always do. there is an intensity to their live=20 performances that will keep me going to every show that comes close = enough to me=20 to get to. i have always said that their studio albums (forgive me- i = date=20 myself with that term) do not do them justice. maybe it's because the = first i=20 ever heard of them was when i saw them as the opening act at a = concert i=20 went to and they just blew me away.
i have been listening to a live version = of=20 starkville nonstop for over a week. i too thought the studio version = sounded too=20 fast and "light" compared to the way they played it live.(someone called = it=20 "haunting"-a perfect description.) i put the new one on = repeat=20 and by the 3rd go-round i loved it too.
as jason pointed out it does sometimes = take a few=20 listens until the new stuff "clicks" and you find you love = it.
i had vowed not to listen to any of the = new stuff=20 until the cd was released. i ended up not being able to resist the = temptation so=20 i had heard all of it in one form or another before the release=20 yesterday.
they continue to amaze me. their = ability to create=20 so many different kinds of music as they grow and evolve is a tribute to = their=20 talent. while we would all love another " blood and fire" i think we = need to=20 appreciate where they are now and enjoy (or not) the latest = offering. we=20 will always have the early work and i for one am grateful that after all = of=20 these years they are still together and creating and = touring.
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i remember some time ago someone said they booted the bowery ballroom
show. any chance those boots will be up for trade any time soon?
thanks
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hi all,
i booted the bowery show. i am working on transferring it to disc. i will
let the list know when it is available. a million thanks to jude hunter for
her patience in guiding me through this process. i'm still here jude. i'm
working on it.
wendi
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in a message dated 3/13/2002 9:17:22 am central standard time, andrade@az.com
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>
> >> are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a skirt
>> or dress? just curious.....
>
emily was also wearing a dress when they appeared on the david letterman show
to sing, i think it was 'bury my heart at wounded knee." she's also wearing
these funky blue shades and looks just fabulous imho.
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are there any pictures out there of either of the girls wearing a skirt or dress? just curious.....


emily was also wearing a dress when they appeared on the david letterman show to sing, i think it was 'bury my heart at wounded knee." she's also wearing these funky blue shades and looks just fabulous imho.

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the pic was on the cover of deneuve magazine (now curve). in fact,
backissues are still available, though you'll have to shell out $15.95. i
think that includes 3 different issues with ig.
anyway, go to: <http://www.store.yahoo.com/curvemag/backissues.html>
and scroll down a bit.
-bon (your friendly serials librarian)


on wed, 13 mar 2002, heather summerlin wrote:
> i think this may be the pic you're talking about...
>
> <http://www.libertypress.net/kansas/ksarchives/ks1994->
> 1999/ksarchive95.html
>
> scroll down for the cover with the girls...
>
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> i think this may be the pic you're talking about...
>
> <http://www.libertypress.net/kansas/ksarchives/ks1994->
> 1999/ksarchive95.html
>
a picture from that same photo shoot is on the cover of one of the promo
versions of touch me fall that i have. amy is seated, with her jacket and
cowboy hat on the floor next to her, but she's wearing that same blue dress.
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i think this may be the pic you're talking about...

http://www.libertypress.net/kansas/ksarchives/ks1994-
1999/ksarchive95.html


a picture from that same photo shoot is on the cover of one of the promo versions of touch me fall that i have. amy is seated, with her jacket and cowboy hat on the floor next to her, but she's wearing that same blue dress.

pam
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you lucky bastards:
monday, march 18
youngstown, oh
youngstown symphony center
solo show
opening for indigo girls
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for those of you that aren't on mm's mailing list:
michelle malone wrote:
> a poem:
>
> ode to laptop
>
> dear laptop,
> i hope that wherever you are,
> whoever you're with,
> you're ok and happy with your new life.
> signed,
> the dumbass who left you in the van
> (a.k.a. michelle)
> **************************************************************************
> since we last spoke, my constant electronic companion was stolen from our
> van in lovely new york city...what's a girl to do? pick myself up, brush
> myself off, and start all over again. it's been a learning experience, but
> i'm not sure i wanted that fat brain cell ....if you've been expecting to
> hear from me and have not, please email me.
> at any rate, i'll be seeing you in all the old familiar places....with and
> without the stars ...thanks for all your support and for being so kind
> along the way.......
> time marches on.....
> **************************************************************************
> i played a great surprise birthday party in chicago last month - met some
> really nice folks (see ya in a few)...thanks for having me at your house!
> if you are interested in booking me to perform at your house or university,
> club or party, castle or apartment, please send inquiries to
> windish@wirlwindartists.com.
> ****************************************************************************
> the sbs records indie music sampler vol. 5 will soon be available.
> the objective of the cd sampler is to support and encourage independent
> music of all genres at all levels of experience.
> they're free with purchase at michellemalone.com and at a few record stores
> any musicians out there want to be on a sampler?
> please visit www.sbs-records.com/sampler.html <http://www.sbs-records.com/sampler.html>
> ****************************************************************************
> i'm always posting things on ebay that aren't available anywhere else
> like signed setlists, hand written lyrics, picks, etc ...click here:
> <http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?mfcisapicommand=getresult&ht=>
> 2&sortproperty=metaendsort&query=michelle+malone
> *****************************************************************************
> as always, thank you for your continued support with live shows, ebay, and
> www.michellemalone.com...and <http://www.michellemalone.com...and/> for your spirited support. you make me feel
> blessed.
> you keep me real.
> peace out,
> michelle malone
> ****************************************************************************
> to be (very) removed, reply with "please remove - thank you"
> in subject box...mind your p's and q's like mama taught ya to do.
> ****************************************************************************
>
> thursday, march 14
> indianapolis, in
> utopia, 9pm
> 21+
> solo show
> call 317.638.0215 for more info.
>
> friday, march 15
> chicago, il
> temptations, 11pm
> solo show
> 21+
> call 847.455.0008 for more info.
>
> saturday, march 16
> akron, oh
> lydias, 10pm
> 18+
> solo show
> call 330.773.3001 for more info.
>
> sunday, march 17
> pittsburgh, pa
> the quiet storm, 8pm
> all ages
> solo show
> call 412.661.9355 for more info.
>
> monday, march 18
> youngstown, oh
> youngstown symphony center
> solo show
> opening for indigo girls
>
> saturday, march 23
> atlanta, ga
> eddie's attic - 2 shows
> 7pm all ages, 9pm 21+
> solo show
> 404-377-4976
>
> thursday, march 28
> asheville, nc
> stella blue, 10pm
> 21+
> band show
> call 828.236.2424 for more info.
>
> friday, march 29
> richmond, va
> canal club, 9pm
> 18+
> band show
> call 804.643.club for more info.
>
> saturday, march 30
> arlington, va
> the iota, 8:30pm
> 21+
> band show
> call 703.522.8340 for more info.
>
> sunday, march 31
> pittsburgh, pa
> rosebud, 7:30pm
> 21+
> band show
> call 412.261.2232 for more info.
>
> tuesday, april 2
> cleveland, oh
> grog shoppe, 8pm
> all ages
> band show
> call 216.321.5588 for more info.
>
> wednesday, april 3
> lansing, mi
> temple club, 9pm
> 18+
> band show
> call 517.316.0400 for more info.
>
> thursday, april 4
> dayton, oh
> canal st., 8:30pm
> 18+
> band show
> call 937-461-9343 for more info.
>
> friday, april 5
> columbus, oh
> club 202, 8:30pm
> 18+
> band show
> call 614.469.7526 for more info.
>
> sat. april 6 tent
> louisville, ky
> phoenix hill tavern
>
> sunday, april 14
> atlanta, ga
> dogwood festival, 5pm
> band show
> piedmont park
> call 404-329-0501 for more info.
>
> tuesday, april 16
> atlanta, ga
> the cotton club, 6-10pm
> also featuring: jennifer nettles and caroline aiken
>
> thursday, april 18
> tallahassee, fl
> the warehouse
> band show
> call 850.222.6188 for more info.
>
> friday, april 19
> ybor city, fl
> the orpheum, 9pm
> 18+
> band show
> call 813.248.9500 for more info.
>
> friday, april 26
> magnolia st. pub; spartanburg, sc
> 864-948-1777
>
> saturday, april 27
> evening muse; charlotte, nc
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<!doctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en">for those of you that aren't on mm's mailing list:
michelle malone wrote:
a poem:
ode to laptop
dear laptop,
i hope that wherever you are,
whoever you're with,
you're ok and happy with your new life.
signed,
the dumbass who left you in the van
(a.k.a. michelle)
**************************************************************************
since we last spoke, my constant electronic companion was stolen from our
van in lovely new york city...what's a girl to do? pick myself up, brush
myself off, and start all over again. it's been a learning experience, but
i'm not sure i wanted that fat brain cell ....if you've been expecting to
hear from me and have not, please email me.
at any rate, i'll be seeing you in all the old familiar places....with and
without the stars ...thanks for all your support and for being so kind
along the way.......
time marches on.....
**************************************************************************
i played a great surprise birthday party in chicago last month - met some
really nice folks (see ya in a few)...thanks for having me at your house!
if you are interested in booking me to perform at your house or university,
club or party, castle or apartment, please send inquiries to
windish@wirlwindartists.com.
****************************************************************************
the sbs records indie music sampler vol. 5 will soon be available.
the objective of the cd sampler is to support and encourage independent
music of all genres at all levels of experience.
they're free with purchase at michellemalone.com and at a few record stores
any musicians out there want to be on a sampler?
please visit www.sbs-records.com/sampler.html
****************************************************************************
i'm always posting things on ebay that aren't available anywhere else
like signed setlists, hand written lyrics, picks, etc ...click here:
<http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?mfcisapicommand=getresult&ht=>
2&sortproperty=metaendsort&query=michelle+malone
*****************************************************************************
as always, thank you for your continued support with live shows, ebay, and
www.michellemalone.com...and for your spirited support. you make me feel
blessed.
you keep me real.
peace out,
michelle malone
****************************************************************************
to be (very) removed, reply with "please remove - thank you"
in subject box...mind your p's and q's like mama taught ya to do.
****************************************************************************
thursday, march 14
indianapolis, in
utopia, 9pm
21+
solo show
call 317.638.0215 for more info.
friday, march 15
chicago, il
temptations, 11pm
solo show
21+
call 847.455.0008 for more info.
saturday, march 16
akron, oh
lydias, 10pm
18+
solo show
call 330.773.3001 for more info.
sunday, march 17
pittsburgh, pa
the quiet storm, 8pm
all ages
solo show
call 412.661.9355 for more info.
monday, march 18
youngstown, oh
youngstown symphony center
solo show
opening for indigo girls
saturday, march 23
atlanta, ga
eddie's attic - 2 shows
7pm all ages, 9pm 21+
solo show
404-377-4976
thursday, march 28
asheville, nc
stella blue, 10pm
21+
band show
call 828.236.2424 for more info.
friday, march 29
richmond, va
canal club, 9pm
18+
band show
call 804.643.club for more info.
saturday, march 30
arlington, va
the iota, 8:30pm
21+
band show
call 703.522.8340 for more info.
sunday, march 31
pittsburgh, pa
rosebud, 7:30pm
21+
band show
call 412.261.2232 for more info.
tuesday, april 2
cleveland, oh
grog shoppe, 8pm
all ages
band show
call 216.321.5588 for more info.
wednesday, april 3
lansing, mi
temple club, 9pm
18+
band show
call 517.316.0400 for more info.
thursday, april 4
dayton, oh
canal st., 8:30pm
18+
band show
call 937-461-9343 for more info.
friday, april 5
columbus, oh
club 202, 8:30pm
18+
band show
call 614.469.7526 for more info.
sat. april 6 tent
louisville, ky
phoenix hill tavern
sunday, april 14
atlanta, ga
dogwood festival, 5pm
band show
piedmont park
call 404-329-0501 for more info.
tuesday, april 16
atlanta, ga
the cotton club, 6-10pm
also featuring: jennifer nettles and caroline aiken
thursday, april 18
tallahassee, fl
the warehouse
band show
call 850.222.6188 for more info.
friday, april 19
ybor city, fl
the orpheum, 9pm
18+
band show
call 813.248.9500 for more info.
friday, april 26
magnolia st. pub; spartanburg, sc
864-948-1777
saturday, april 27
evening muse; charlotte, nc
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 12:41:43 est
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i went to my local indie record store to buy become you yesterday (woo hoo,
on sale for $11.97) and have been enjoying listening to it since. in
general, i agree with the sentiment that's been voiced about amy being at the
top of her game. really cool stuff from her, and more of what i was
anticipating based on interviews with her talking about the direction this
album was going.
i loved moment of forgiveness the minute i heard it on the radio and think
it's a great opener for this record.
of all the emily songs, i like deconstruction the best. it's got the same
"sway factor" as the wood song and least complicated -- can't wait to hear it
live. my favorite part is the counter melody that amy sings underneath
emily's vocals ... chilling. its one of those vocal arrangements they have
always excelled at from back in the kid fears days.
become you must also be great live. i really like how they sing the chorus
basically in unison -- their voices sound great together and we don't often
hear them in this way. this will easily get radio play in boston on wxrv and
wbos and could maybe break into more commercial radio as well. i know that
shouldn't be too important but it would be nice for the girls to get a little
more exposure, and so my friends wouldn't say, "the indigo girls? did they
ever do anything after closer to fine?" (i'm a married 40+ mom in suburbia
so i don't have many hip friends around -- would you believe most of them own
celine dion records and are excited about her comeback? yup. scary.)
bitterroot and yield fit exactly what i was thinking when hearing amy talk
about the songs she was writing for this record -- very cool.
the soaring string arrangement on hope alone reminds me of one of those power
ballads diane warren writes (think aerosmith, "don't wanna miss a thing") or
the arrangement train put behind "drops of jupiter." it's a lush sound
that's easy listening radio ready. i like it well, though -- it has that
emily sway factor i can't resist. ;-)
starkville is another favorite -- it's so amy.
overall, i feel like emily's lyrics are more bogged down than ever but if i
ignore that and just go by feel, i like the songs overall. bear in mind, i
am an old fan who has been listening to the girls since 1990, so i like their
acoustic sound more than the electric one, though i have appreciated all of
their creative exploration. i have a deep connection to their early songs
that i was listening to while a lot was happening in my life -- they got me
through so much. i agree that this cd is not "truly" acoustic like their
earliest efforts but i like what the band brings to it, and i think it's
great that they've clicked so well with carol, clare and brady to make the
whole record with them. they're a talented bunch.
can't wait to hear these songs live this summer -- i'm jealous of those of
you who have already had the pleasure on the current tour!
heidi
seacoast nh
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 12:44:12 -0500
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hi --
i've been reading a lot of posts -- and reviews -- suggesting that there's a
real stylistic break between amy and emily on this album. it's said as if
it's a *bad* thing, and as if it's a new thing.
well, for at least ten years, the critics have been talking about how
different their songwriting styles are! so that's nothing new at all. but
aside from that -- doesn't it make sense that their stuff diverges? i mean,
they are two different people. might i suggest that all mediocre folk music
sounds more or less the same, while the good stuff sounds distinctive and
different.
and i love the pennywhistle on become you. laugh.
ruth
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:01:11 -0500
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hey, everyone.
i’ve got all three “bonus” cds from become you " the amazon.com cd, the borders cd, and the ird cd. i’ve burned them all onto a single disc and am offering to trade for a copy and will do 10 b&p copies.
here’s the tracklist:
1. she's saving me (alternate version)
2. starkville (alternate version)
3. our deliverance (alternate version)
4. everything in its own time (live)
5. hope alone (alternate version)
6. bitterroot (alternate version)
7. late bloom (from amy’s stag solo record)
8. johnny rottentail (from amy’s stag solo record)
9. laramie (from amy’s stag solo record)
e-mail me directly if you’re interested.
- chris
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:08:40 -0500
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hey, i've got a discography question:
when i went to borders to get the new album and bonus cd yesterday, i saw that borders has an exclusive retrospective bonus cd packaged in the album's jewel case.
the sticker on the cover says that the tracks on it are acoustic versions of mystery and reunion and a live version of shame on you. can someone confirm for me that these are previously released (or not).
i think the two acoustic tracks were first released as b-sides to the power of two and touch me fall singles and the live shame on you was on the shed your skin promo cd.
lifeblood.net doesn't seem to have an entry on this. can another collecter help me out?
- chris
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:26:02 -0500
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<<when i went to borders to get the new album and bonus cd yesterday, i saw
that borders has an exclusive retrospective bonus cd packaged in the album's
jewel case.
i think the two acoustic tracks were first released as b-sides to the power
of two and touch me fall singles and the live shame on you was on the shed
your skin promo cd.>>
you're right about the acoustic tracks, however shame on you is differnet to
the sys promo and exlusive to this disc.
neil
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:21:13 -0500
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on wed, 13 mar 2002 00:50:16 -0500 lisalisaa <lisalisaa@earthlink.net>
writes:
> anyone else hear shades of jonas and ezekial in the verses?
definitely
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 11:24:35 -0700
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i just went across the street to see if htey had any glass workign tools at
the pawn shop..lusted over 2 really nice 12 strings but i already have 3 so
i just drooled...but i checked out the cds...and found 2 ig, 2 melissa
ferrick, elton john and joan osborn and sheryl crow.....they were on
sale...5 for $10.... i am so glad..now i have something new to listen to.
sparkie....smiling....
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:28:06 -0500
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most people that boot haven't even listened to them yet... <br />
<br />
<br />
i'm sure if someone got the show they will offer to the list... <br />
<br />
if you are that anxious maybe you should invest in a recorder for yourself... <br />
<br />
d:) <br />
<br />
<hr>
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:39:57 est
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i know for a fact that there are several boots out there......... i'm sure
one will surface very very soon!
=)
lisa
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 13:42:10 -0500
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sorry, everyone, but i'm maxed out with the become you bonus cds compilation.
i’m surprised how quickly people responded (maybe i shouldn't be).
i’ll encourage everyone i make copies for to distribute them to others on the list.
- chris

u2soundlibrary@netscape.net wrote:
>hey, everyone.
>ive got all three bonus cds from become you the amazon.com cd, the borders cd, and the ird cd. ive burned them all onto a single disc and am offering to trade for a copy and will do 10 b&p copies.
>
>heres the tracklist:
>
>1. she's saving me (alternate version)
>2. starkville (alternate version)
>3. our deliverance (alternate version)
>4. everything in its own time (live)
>5. hope alone (alternate version)
>6. bitterroot (alternate version)
>7. late bloom (from amys stag solo record)
>8. johnny rottentail (from amys stag solo record)
>9. laramie (from amys stag solo record)
>
>e-mail me directly if youre interested.
>
>- chris
>
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>
>
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okay people, i would love to hear reviews of the show from atlanta last
night. someone had to have been there. once you recover please post about
it.
thanks :d
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the show was amazing!! they were in such a great mood and the crowd was
excellent and i think they enjoyed that a lot. they were interacting really
well with us...especially amy.
the set list was good though i can't recall the order....gone again, power of
two, devotion, virginia woolf, chickenman/bitteroot, galileo, closer to fine,
kid fears, and a bunch of the new songs. i'm sure there are older ones that i
am forgetting! but they're voices and moods were just on last night. emily
dedicated philosophy of loss to her parents who were in the crowd. that was
sweet.
they looked great! amy was wearing her black/gray jeans, black boots, and a
light green button down. emily was wearing all black. they looked good..
gerard mchugh opened which is always....interesting with dancers and actors
and all. it was.......hmm....maybe someone else can help me out b/c i can't
think of the right word!
anyway, that's my brief two cents. hope everyone else enjoyed it!
laura
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> night. someone had to have been there. once you recover please post about
> it.
> thanks :d
> mi rinda
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i actually think the reunion track is a little differnt than the one from the
tmf single. it seems like it has accordion as well as guitars.
"neil :o)" wrote:
> <<when i went to borders to get the new album and bonus cd yesterday, i saw
> that borders has an exclusive retrospective bonus cd packaged in the album's
> jewel case.
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> i think the two acoustic tracks were first released as b-sides to the power
> of two and touch me fall singles and the live shame on you was on the shed
> your skin promo cd.>>
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> you're right about the acoustic tracks, however shame on you is differnet to
> the sys promo and exlusive to this disc.
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pull in the claws, dee...<meow>
it's funny how sensitive yet unforgiving this list is =
sometimes....reminds me of that song from hair, "easy to be hard"...she =
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i never knew the song was from hair - i've only heard the version by . . is
it three dog night?

elaine

.reminds me of that song from hair, "easy to be hard"...she just asked a
question...
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the claws weren't out... <br />
<br />
just get sick of people asking for boots before i even listen... <br />
<br />
if it's that important to hear the next morning you can tape yourself... <br />
<br />
i'm sure there were many people taping and when they are ready they will be more than willing to share... <br />
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d:) <br />
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this is gonna seem like a stupid question to some...but if you don't know
something you gotta ask! :)
what does nuevas (from nuevas senoritas) mean??
please don't flame my ignorance. :)
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nuevas means new.=20
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this is gonna seem like a stupid question to some...but if you don't
know
something you gotta ask! :)
what does nuevas (from nuevas senoritas) mean??
please don't flame my ignorance. :)
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hey y'all
are there any abba fans on this list? because maybe you folks can help me
out... there's this one bridge of notes our deliverance which *i swear* is
lifted straight from an abba song. not that this is a bad thing, necessarily -
i mean, dar williams did it on the green world and it worked out just fine.
the line that echoes for me is "beneath my surface / a song is rising"
i no longer know them well enough to place the reference (if reference it is -
it's probably accidental) but i was quite the abba fan in my salad days, and i
definitely remember that phrase from somewhere. anybody know where?
mandy
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this is my first post since i was on the list in 1996. i just recently joined again and have been enjoying reading everyones reaction to the new album. i thought this would be a good time to post. i have been listening to the gals for about 12 years. i have not been all that happy with the last few albums like cons and sots. there were some songs i loved on those albums but as a whole i wanted more. this album is great! it has a little bit of everything for everyone.i just saw them live and tend to love them more live but i like most of the arangements on the album. (raw and live is always better) there isn't really a song i skip over which is huge for me. i agree with many of you about the sax thing. i think saxophone could sound great on that tune but it's so abrupt. i teach saxophone at a university in ca so i am extra sensitive. especially since i want to play sax with the indigo girls! anyway, i'm really excited for the gals and i am looking forward to seeing them this summer with the band. enjoy the new album everyone!
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>>no gay people in florida can adopt children--period. frank, tracy, and
bert have never known any other family. they came home to steve and roger
when they were infants. all of their memories--first days of school, 5th
birthdays, first vacations to california--are with steve and roger and
each other.
but because of florida's ban on gay adoption, they have no guarantees. the
state is now actively looking for another adoptive family for bertstarting
the process of taking him from the family he's been part of since he was
nine weeks old. meanwhile, 3,400 kids in florida are ready to be adopted,
waiting in foster care. the state's gay adoption ban helps keep them
there. <<
as you all know, rosie o'donnell will be discussing this case (and more)
on abc's primetime live tomorrow night.
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hey all!
today the koeln date has gone on sale too.
tickets are available at kartenhaus.de.
eventim didn't have them yet last time i checked but they were one
day behind kartenhaus on the two other dates, too, so they'll probably
be selling the koeln tix by tomorrow or something.
be well,
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if anyone could snag me one of these, or a copy,
i'd greatly appreciate it. heck, if you post it
to a music newsgroup, that'd work for me too.
morpheus is another good alternative. actually,
i really just want to hear the hope alone and
bitterroot mixes. i've already got stag. let me
know offlist, unless you're offering to
everyone.... thanks....
thing is, i call my local indie, march 11, and
she says, "they're already gone" which would be
really unusual, since they just posted the
coupon. i'm thinking the staff must dig ig...
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i'm going to first avenue show, and have a disability, and i need to
bring a fold up chair
or something to sit on and be able to see too.
(i can't stand in place longer than like 5 minutes)
does anybody on the list know who i can talk to at first avenue? or have
a direct addy. i've gone to the site but i don't see any contact us
links.
thanks for your help.
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i usually can snag stuff from the local indie store in
maine - okay - too busy to go buy the album (a&e's
broadcast of the paralympics has my attention this
week) - and i'm quite broke - but will probably snag
it this weekend - and if i get it - i will mp3 it - i
just ask some one posts the amazon and borders mp3's
and any extra copies are already soken for - altho - i
may have a extra copy of the jayhawks w/ ig floating
around that was a promo.
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> they looked great! amy was wearing her black/gray
> jeans, black boots, and a
> light green button down. emily was wearing all
> black. they looked good..
not that it really matters but amy's shirt wasn't a
button down green shirt. it was actually bluish with
a touch of green. sorry not trying to nitpick. and
it didn't button down. i only mention this because it
actually had these strings on it...it was kind of like
tying your shoe and amy sure had it tied pretty low.
you could see alot (more than i have ever seen) of the
tattoo on her chest. it was fabulous. and is it just
me or did her ass look so incredibly good in those
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subject: become you bonus cds compilation offer - peer to peer anyone???
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can anyone throw this on like myplay.com, or set up an
aim session or maybe even encode to shn (i can find a
server shn friendly, but it will not be posted on the
list as it is a guy's pc, and would like, bog down his
sever for weeks.)
i mean, i can lean winmx on all day and let people
leech if i can get the files...
(ok, i will take a picture of my cd - when i buy it -
again too much going on...)
(give me a break, i did not even get the rem cd when
it came out till a few days late)
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call, let them know you have a mobility impairment and
need ada accomodations - if they refuse - politely
inform them that not only does the ada require the
venue to be accessable, but it also requires the venue
to have accessable seating throughout the venue - so
like - they cant refuse you the ga mosh pit area at a
show - unless they cite safety - which venues will do.
if they still refuse, politely ask who you should
write when you send an ada complaint too - and email a
copy to rcam, fax a copy to rcam, call rcam and let
them know if it isnt rectified, you *will* call the
media and inform that the ig are playing an
inaccessable venue - i mean - amy played an
inaccessable place in noho - the people there were
really helpful because i use a wheelchair for sitting
at shows and traveling. i was offered to be carried up
flights of stairs - i didnt need that - altho it was
nice someone grabbed my chair when i went up the
stairs.
i guess the above is my knee jerk response - usually -
you are not the first disabled person to see a show
at the venue, people are really helpful (bigger places
especially - like msg and boston's fleetcenter have
separate ticket order phone numbers - they are very
vigilant that if you get a mobility impairment seat -
you better be impaired (the seats are usually
available long after shows sell out. bpeople have been
known to scalp these seats too)
and yeah- some of the "legendary" venues in the folk
world (not that i would name them - ahem, bottom line,
nyc) are pretty horrid to deal with.
but first ave is a well known place - just call - you
know - disabled people do go to cdoncerts too -
sometimes too many, and i believe minneapolis is
pretty good because the trace center is there.
just my .02
(roughly)
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 17:14:03 -0800
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howdy ya'll,
i don't normally say too much because you guys tend to
do it pretty well for me, but after reading *so* many
responses to become you with a similar sentiment, ie,
not what you expected, i was really glad to see this:
--- "hare@optonline.net" <hare@optonline.net> wrote:
> just a suggestion to all....if you find yourself
> wanting to write "i absolutely hate this new cd, it
> sucks and is nothing like i expected..." take a deep
> breath and give yourself at least five full days to
> listen to it start to finish.
so basically, yes, i'm just glad to hear someone who's
not instantly jumping into the negative zone.
and to go one step further, outside "nuevas
senoritas", which i found to be kinda... directionless
as far as melody goes, i couldn't *believe* how
cohesive the album was, and how consistently
wonderful! ya'll were just kinda expecting the return
of indigo girls or strange fire, and these girls have
come over ten years from both of those albums. true,
the guitars aren't as prominent as on others, but i
think the piano and the drums really compliment and
drive the songs where they're headed, and the mandolin
is really strong here, which is a fantastic
instrument.
emily does *not* sound at all lacking to me, and i was
worried i'd be really unhappy with her performance
after hearing early reports as to the albums content.
i just don't get where ya'll are not seeing the beauty
of these songs! they are what i *expect* from emily.
i kinda dig that i can count on an artist to be
relatively consistent if they're *good* to begin with.
experimentation is always great, but like, cons was
an experiment and ya'll sound pretty united in saying
that it wasn't a *great* experiment, so for her to
return to her former poetic, melodic ballads should be
thrilling for you!
amy has really caught up to emily, indeed, and perhaps
that why we are all concentrating more on her, but i
don't think she's surpassed emily, and i don't think
emily has moved in a backwards direction at all.
the sax solo on "you've got to show" is almost
non-existent, so i dunno where the problem is there,
it's not even like, 30 seconds i don't think. and
"become you" just shoots out of the atmosphere with
melody and rhythm and the penny whistle i think is
downright necessary.
these girls have put out their most cohesive and i
think successful album in a long time, moving forward
without moving... down the scale of quality, and i for
one am just jumping for *joy* over the entire
experience of the album. i've only heard it one and a
half times. i'm gonna quit now while i'm hopefully
not behind, and letcha'll keep debating, it *is*
interesting! peace and love!
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 20:19:56 -0600
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the girls appearence on e-town is scheduled to air sunday at 7pm on kgsr
107.1 in austin.
you can check etown.org for stations and air times in your area.
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 22:25:58 -0500
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i just listened to the album a couple of times and i really like it. i
hadn't heard many of the songs before since i missed this recent tour and
haven't heard boots or downloaded previews. i'll look forward to hearing
some boots of the recent tour to hear the stripped down versions now that
i've heard the cd.
anyway, first listens of cds are always fun. some people have mis-heard
lyrics experiences, while others like me often hear big similarities to
other songs until we get familiar with the new ones. i have played moment
of forgiveness a few times now to get it into my head, and i really do like
it, but i also really like bruce springsteen's reason to believe, which
keeps popping into my head while i listen to mof (that abbreviation makes
me think of a rather aggressive descriptive term. sorry for the
non-sequitur.). i'm not saying they are the same song or there is anything
shameful going on there - these things are inevitable since we use the same
changes over and over. it's just what pops up in my head! if you like mof
and you don't know reason to believe, be sure to check it out 'cause it's a
great song and you'll like it too.
i'm also hearing a song for starkville and it just won't crystallize, and
there's something about the chorus to yield... well, maybe you don't want
to know anyway since i might infect you with this 2-song thing when you
listen. i still think of neil's kermit the frog/ emily saliers mix of
philosophy of loss when i'm just listening to pol :) i love pol, but the
mix was so funny...
finally, i really like the song collecting you. i haven't read too much
about it so the fact that i liked it so much was a surprise for me. we'll
see if it holds up after the hundreds of listens and sing-a-longs of
upcoming months.
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in a message dated 3/13/02 6:21:32 pm eastern standard time,
tara8595@yahoo.com writes:

> thing is, i call my local indie, march 11, and
> she says, "they're already gone" which would be
> really unusual, since they just posted the
> coupon. i'm thinking the staff must dig ig...
>
> tara
same thing happened at the local ird store in baltimore. poof!
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thing is, i call my local indie, march 11, and
she says, "they're already gone" which would be
really unusual, since they just posted the
coupon. i'm thinking the staff must dig ig...

tara


same thing happened at the local ird store in baltimore. poof!

indi
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 23:26:06 -0500
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so i've got a pretty decent collection of some live amy ray solo stuff
and i want to put together like a "best of the stag tour" boot. does
anybody have anything they would want to add? any cool live stuff
from that tour would be appreciated. of course, once i get the boot
together i'll offer it for trade.
jer
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 00:00:15 -0500
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hey y'all,
it's great to read everyone's opinions about become you! (for the record i
like the pennywhistle too, but am not wild about the drum part on
starkville, makes it sound hokey) however, i'm after a much deeper, more
introspective question (*snort*)....what the heck is printed on the cd
itself? as i was eagerly ripping it open in the car my sister leaned over
and asked "did they put a mini-fridge on their latest release?" i survived
the frustration in thinking the retrospective cd had variants of crop
circles (i was too busy meditating to leaving, put on repeat) but now that i
have yet another cd that, for some reason, i can not figure out what the
decoration is i'd like to know. i'd be grateful to anyone who can point out
to me that duh! it's a postage processing machine! or some other ig related
mark.
sarah
p.s. nigc - anyone who has tabs for butchies's songs would be elevated to
the staus of hero...i don't trust my ability to arrange 'to be boradcast
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date: wed, 13 mar 2002 21:06:16 -0800
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i'll take a stab at it, since the promo pics are all done with a
similar frame, my guess is that it's like a polaroid with a
mirror instead of a picture, i really liked the idea of it since
the name of the cd is become you, it kinda gives the listener
the insentive to look within yourself and see who and what you
really are...but then again i could be worng....any other ideas?
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subject: just a friendly suggestion :-)
just a suggestion to all....if you find yourself wanting to write "i
absolutely hate this new cd, it sucks and is nothing like i expected..."
take a deep breath and give yourself at least five full days to listen
to it start to finish.

[jim garvey]
i might have been a candidate to write a review like this. from
listening to the live versions of these songs i thought this was as good
a collection of songs as the girls have come up with. and then i heard
some of the studio versions and i thought they have slaughtered some
great songs .... however having listened to the cd a few times today on
the headphones jason is right it does grow on you. i would say that
overall the album is over-produced which does not do justice to the
songs. i felt the same about sots.
highlights:
i love the live version of deconstruction and the studio version is good
too, if different. i love the jazzy version of you've got to show, in
spite of all the warnings here. collecting you and hope alone i've
heard for the first time and i know i'm gonna love both of them. our
deliverance is just a class song, one of my favorites !!!
i've heard both sides of the argument on she's saving me and i just feel
it's a beautiful song, both versions (bonus disc). and then the gem
waiting at the end - nuevas senoritas is great live but the album
version has the most delicious slide guitar, absolutely brilliant, in
spite of the drums.
lowlights:
those feckin' drums. on become you they are bad but on starkville
arghhhhhhhh. its like animal from the muppet show has taken over the
drum kit. i couldn't agree more with the person who said starkville is
supposed to be a haunting, mournful melody, so why turn it into a
quickstep. this is a moment of madness that i hold the producer
responsible for. thank god the mournful version is on the bonus cd !!!
overall i think it's a good album that would have been a classic with
the right producer.
jim


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sent: 13 march 2002 = 14:32
to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org<font= size="3d2" face='3d"courier' new?
subject: just a friendly suggestion :-)
just a suggestion to all....if you find yourself wanting to write "i = absolutely hate this new cd, it sucks and is nothing like i expected..." take = a deep breath and give yourself at least five full days to listen to it start = to finish.
[jim garvey]
i might have been a candidate to write a review like this. from listening to the live = versions of these songs i thought this was as good a collection of songs as the girls have = come up with. and then i heard = some of the studio versions and i thought they have slaughtered some great songs .... however having listened to the cd a few times today on the = headphones jason is right it does grow on you. = i would say that overall the album is over-produced which does not do justice to the songs. i felt the same = about sots.
highlights:
i love the live version of deconstruction and the studio version is good = too, if different. i love the = jazzy version of you've got to show, in spite of all the warnings = here. collecting you and hope alone = i've heard for the first time and i know i'm gonna love = both of them. our deliverance is = just a class song, one of my favorites = !!!
i've heard both sides of the argument on she's saving me and i just feel = it's a beautiful song, both versions (bonus disc). and then the gem waiting at the end - nuevas senoritas is great live but the album version has the most delicious = slide guitar, absolutely brilliant, in spite of the = drums.
lowlights:
those feckin' = drums. on become you they are bad but = on starkville arghhhhhhhh. its like animal from the muppet show = has taken over the drum kit. i = couldn't agree more with the person who said starkville is supposed to be a haunting, mournful melody, so why turn it into a quickstep. this is a = moment of madness that i hold the producer responsible for. thank god the mournful version is on the bonus cd !!!
overall i think it's a good album that would have been a classic with the = right producer.
jim
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 21:57:11 +1100
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hey folks,
here's the full text of the article that dee posted about a couple
of days back - it's online with pictures at
<http://www.gogirlsmusic.com/features/ig0302.asp>
-sherlyn
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features: march 2002=20
indigo girls share a night of new music and classics
february 18th - the knitting factory - hollywood, ca
by sandra t. molina
who says you can=92t go home again? not the indigo girls =97 musically
at least. the duo of amy ray and emily saliers have gone back to
their folk-rock roots with their next release, "become you,"
scheduled for release this month.=20
to help promote the cd, indigo girls hit the road for a few months
holding special preview listening parties in small, intimate
venues. their stop in hollywood, ca landed them at the knitting
factory, monday, february 18 where they put on a short set of new
songs mixed with indigo girls' classics.=20
opening with "gone again," ray and saliers proved from the start
that playing acoustic without a band didn=92t mean that they weren't
ready to rock the sold-out, standing-room-only audience to its
core. the duo seemed to feed off the vibes of the high-energy
crowd. moving comfortably into the ultimate crowd-pleaser, "closer
to fine," ray and saliers were in fine form, both instrumentally
and vocally. their guitar work was strong, while their voices
blended beautifully together in fine indigo girl fashion.=20
their stellar showmanship helped interweave the new songs,
including the rousing "become you," "she=92s saving me" and
"deconstruction" with the old songs perfectly. playing these songs
during previous tour stops surely helped them perform them
masterfully for this crowd, which sang and danced to these songs
almost as enthusiastically as to the classics.=20
however, there was no doubt that both ray and saliers and their
audience took great pleasure in the older tunes such as "galileo,"
"kid fears," "get out the map" and "shame on you." the last song
seemed most appropriate with the evening's close knit party time
atmosphere. ray, with her happy dancing feet, and saliers'
exceptional guitar licks soared during this song.=20
at one point during the show, ray asked the audience for special
requests and one cheeky fan asked for an autograph, which ray and
saliers happily obliged. ray then asked the delighted fan to come
on stage to take a picture with the duo for their web site.=20
everyone enjoyed the give and take of the moment as well as the
rest of the evening. the indigo girls gave 100 percent of
themselves musically, and the audience showed their appreciation
in kind.=20
with a promise to come back to a "nicer place" during their summer
tour, the indigo girls exited the stage having kept one promise =97
they lived up to their musical legacy.=20
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kfog replayed the most recent ig show from sf last night. did anyone have a
chance to tape it? it was a friends first show and i would love to get a
copy.
thanks
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 07:58:22 -0500
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hi y'all --
anybody figured out the chords/tab to starkville yet? (i know it's early,
i'm just chompin' at the bit.) love that song.
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can someone please explain this song to me? i
understand amy's intention in writing it and all
that, but i guess the chorus puzzles me.
"it took a long time to become the thing i am to
you."
who is the "i" and who is the "you" and what is
the "thing"? and how does this fit into the
song? and then at the end when it switches to
"become you" at the end, what does that mean?
sorry for being dense, but i want to understand.
actually most of this album puzzles me with its
deepness - songs used to be very symbolic, but
accessible - i like the cd, but as a whole find
it somewhat less accessible than past albums.
tara
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some of these places someone grabs them and puts them straight to ebay... <br />
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and is it just <br />
me or did her ass look so incredibly good in those <br />
pants. <br />
<br />
<br />
<br />
hey folks let's keep it about the music... <br />
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first of all, i love the music the indigo girls have made through their entire career together. i loved the first few albums - the harmonies, the vocalizing, the lyrics (my god), and the melodies. when sots came out, i was, at first, turned off. it wasn't the "usual" amy and emily. but, it began to grow on me and i appreciated the chance to "rock" with them. then cons came out and i really enjoyed that one, too.
now, i've only listened to this new one about 4 times as of now - but, frankly, it bores me. some people may get upset because i am not automatically loving everything they do. i appreciate their artistic vision with this album, i appreciate their effort - but this particular cd doesn't speak to "me." i realize it does speak to many other people on the list. but, personally, i am disappointed by its simplicity. it just seems like a "forced" simplicity. someone mentioned that they felt this cd got back to basic ig harmonies - and, where i can see where they are coming from with that statement, i think the harmonies and vocalizations on this album pale in comparison to the past albums they are being compared to - again, in my opinion. i also personally feel that the lyrics are not as "good" as i've come to expect from both of them. emily loses me - much too often. i suppose if i wanted to revisit college and sit down with a dictionary and a thesaurus and go back to my english classes where i sat down and figured out the songs, i may be blown away. but, basically, i just want to listen to a song and be able to "relate" and see what's being said. maybe after 1000 listens (if i can last that long), i'll "get it." but, you know, i didn't have to go thru all that with their earlier albums to "get" them. altho the lyrics (esp in emily's songs) have always been very symbolic and not as direct, i still "got it." on this album, i just don't. and, you know, i guess the pace of the songs just isn't what i'm personally up for right now. these songs put me to sleep, i'm sorry to say. so, just in my opinion, i am very disappointed with the album as a whole. and i can predict that after this tour is over, they probably won't be singing many of these songs in concert anymore - they just aren't crowd pleasers, in my opinion. thanks for reading. amanda
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...were given away in a raffle to those people that bought cd's at the atlanta cd release party... <br />
<br />
<br />
3 sets of original vinyl that included, swamp opehelia, crazy game single, strange fire on the indigo label, and the original ep on the dragonfly label... <br />
<br />
most of the people who won didn't seem to realize what fortunate souls they were.... <br />
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hey...
<<now, i've only listened to this new one about 4 times as of now - but,
frankly, it bores me. some people may get upset because i am not
automatically loving everything they do...>>
it took me way over 4 listens to get over the exact same feeling. if it's
not doing anything for you now, i'm sure it'll grow on you all.
although i'm still doing the call-and-response part from the who's "magic
bus" on the verses to "become you". try it - you'll never be able to stop...
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hey...
<<i actually think the reunion track is a little differnt than the one from
the tmf single. it seems like it has accordion as well as guitars.>>
you know, i had a quick listen and you might well be right. i'll have to
compare them again when i don't have the tv competing for my aural
attention. i'll have to compare the others too - maybe they're all different
mixes.
so i've been taking a break from boots and stuff for a while, but i have an
excellent amy and the butchies compilation "staggered" coming together
nicely - the bonus discs, compilation tracks, mountain stage and other radio
shows (anyone have a non-internet-sourced recording of "world cafe" - ye
shall be rewarded highly...?)
i have a little more time on my hands right now so if anyone has any other
great tapes that are dying to be lovingly transferred let me know (i could
do the slims broadcast if nobody's claimed it). i'm kindof bereft of ideas
for boots, so let me have 'em.
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barb,
there are plenty of areas to sit in the balcony right on the edge so you
will have an unobstructed view of the stage. i don't recommend sitting on
the main floor because you won't be able to see crap. if you get there
early enough you might be able to snag one of the "railing" seats as i call
them. there is a half wall that runs along the floor and people always sit
there. but it is normally gone seconds after the doors open so you would
need to be quick. also, this doesn't have a back rest if that is your
reason for sitting. but honestly i would highly recommend sitting in the
balcony.
email: info@first-avenue.com
telephone: 612-338-8388
fax: 612-338-5416
i got all that right off of their site. call or e-mail them and ask about
the specifics.
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the song is in the first person: the "i" is amy; the "you" is her
neighbor.
she is talking about how we develop into the people we are. she was born
in the south, but she "became" a person who is critical of some
traditional southern prejudices. the white neighbor down the road holds
racist views; he "became" the way he is through his socialization,
although he is at the lower end of the class spectrum and doesn't realize
how the hierarchical system has impacted him. he'd rather blame
scapegoats.
she "bacame" a traitor despite being from the south: someone who is
critical of flying the confederated flag and an activist for human rights.
as a sociologist, i love the song.
g.
on thu, 14 mar 2002, tara wrote:
> can someone please explain this song to me? i
> understand amy's intention in writing it and all
> that, but i guess the chorus puzzles me.
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at first glance i thought it looked like a computer. you know, the case of
a computer. but then i got to thinking, that cannot possibly be right. i
mean there is no reason for a&e to put a computer on their cd. i cannot
think of what the heck it could be. if we as a group can't figure it out
someone will just have to ask at an upcoming concert.
:)
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i think that it's supposed to be a polaroid picture like the new little instant cameras with the ifilm or whatever it's called. thus the shiny part where the photo would be so that you can see yourself "become you".
that's what i'm thinking.
lisa
"kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com> wrote: at first glance i thought it looked like a computer. you know, the case of
a computer. but then i got to thinking, that cannot possibly be right. i
mean there is no reason for a&e to put a computer on their cd. i cannot
think of what the heck it could be. if we as a group can't figure it out
someone will just have to ask at an upcoming concert.
:)
mi rinda
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<p> i think that it's supposed to be a polaroid picture like the new little instant cameras with the ifilm or whatever it's called.  thus the shiny part where the photo would be so that you can see yourself "become you".
<p>that's what i'm thinking.
<p>lisa
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<blockquote style="padding-left: 5px; margin-left: 5px; border-left: #1010ff 2px solid">at first glance i thought it looked like a computer. you know, the case of<br>a computer. but then i got to thinking, that cannot possibly be right. i<br>mean there is no reason for a&e to put a computer on their cd. i cannot<br>think of what the heck it could be. if we as a group can't figure it out<br>someone will just have to ask at an upcoming concert.<br>:)<br>mi rinda<br><br>--<br>please do not send long non-indigo girls-related forwards to the list.<br>indigo girls faq and indigo girls mailing list faq:<br>http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig</blockquote><br><br>brwgrl<br><br>i <http://www.fl.net.au/~sherlyn/ig%3c/blockquote%3e%3cbr%3e%3cbr%3ebrwgrl%3cbr%3e%3cbr%3ei> am a problem child, i've been wild all my days<br>all my anger and my rage, my senses said it would<br>lead me astray<br>-amy ray<p><br><hr size=1><b>do you yahoo!?</b><br>
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hi all,
well, just wanted to put in my 2 cents on become you. i have to admit i
have had a copy of it for a while now and the only song that i really skip
over sometimes is "nuevas", for some reason it just seems kind of bland to
me compared to the rest of the album. i like it better live. no flames
please, :op. i love the cd and cannot seem to stop listening to it. i try,
but then i go back to it every time. i think that emily's songs are
absolute 100% pure heaven, and amy's songs appeal to me more than ever
before, this cd is the fix that i have been waiting for.
my favorite lyrics are from collecting you
i would be foolish to think that i
could turn it off and stay alive
the way i live when you switch on
hand on the dimmer
give me just a glimmer
give me just a shadow
of hope around the edges
agony and rapture
forever uncaptured
between the words and em's voice, i just cannot get enough. and i was lucky
enough to hear it at the only show i have had the privilege to go to,
nashville.
traci
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i replied to this last night from an address that has to be "okayed" so i
suppose it'll end up being posted twice. anyways, on the cd is a picture of a
type of film that i believe is polaroid, that creates a positive image as well
as a negative to print from. it's a large format film with those 'flaps' on
the ends that some photographers prefer to leave on, giving it the distinctive
edge rather than a regular rectangular shape. it is *not* izone film.
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my partner said she thought the pennywhistle in become you suggested a civil
war hymn. i thought it was an interesting idea considering the subject.
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i forgot to add, the igc for using the picture of the film on the cd is that
this is the type of film used in the new promo shots. you can see it on <www.indigogirls.com <http://www.indigogirls.com/>>.
-sam
froglady wrote:
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> i replied to this last night from an address that has to be "okayed" so i
> suppose it'll end up being posted twice. anyways, on the cd is a picture of a
> type of film that i believe is polaroid, that creates a positive image as well
> as a negative to print from. it's a large format film with those 'flaps' on
> the ends that some photographers prefer to leave on, giving it the distinctive
> edge rather than a regular rectangular shape. it is *not* izone film.
> -sam (someone please do my d.e. homework for me so i can go play in the darkroom)
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i agree heather:
i noticed that amy's ass looked really good whicle she
was playing music in those pants!
:)
--- heather rosenberg <georgia624@yahoo.com> wrote:
> and is it just me or did her ass look so incredibly
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i don't know what pants you're referring to, but her ass looked amazing
in her tight levi's here in philly. is it okay to say that on the list?


susan o'connor wrote:
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> i agree heather:
> i noticed that amy's ass looked really good whicle she
> was playing music in those pants!
>
> :)
>
> --- heather rosenberg <georgia624@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > and is it just me or did her ass look so incredibly
> good in those pants.
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<<i don't know what pants you're referring to, but her ass looked amazing...
in philly. is it okay to say that on the list?>>
probably not. but here's a picture of the ass:
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hi all,
i just got home from atlanta and i am exhausted. anyway, what a great show.
it's always great seeing them in front of their home crowd. ron and cathy
(lol... wine lady... was that your new nick?), it was great meeting you. :)
people looking for a bootleg: i know of at least three people who booted it.
i am sure more information will be posted as soon as the boots are ready (it
can take a while to transfer and edit).
anyway, getting geared up for the three midwest shows (madison, chicago, and
minneapolis -- not in that order :) )
:-) karen
ps- i love love love become you (the cd and the song). i had a promo copy of
it for about two months now. it didn't need to grow on me -- loved it at
first listen (cons and sots really needed to grow on me. swamp-o, rop, and
n*i*s -- loved them at first listen on release date!) my faves are
deconstruction, become you and our deliverance. yield and bitterroot are
just so much fun. :)
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"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
become you, the new album by the indigo girls
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(glad i have a promo copy...)
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hi all,

i just got home from atlanta and i am exhausted. anyway, what a great show. it's always great seeing them in front of their home crowd. ron and cathy (lol... wine lady... was that your new nick?), it was great meeting you. :)

people looking for a bootleg: i know of at least three people who booted it. i am sure more information will be posted as soon as the boots are ready (it can take a while to transfer and edit).

anyway, getting geared up for the three midwest shows (madison, chicago, and minneapolis -- not in that order :) )

:-) karen

ps- i love love love become you (the cd and the song). i had a promo copy of it for about two months now. it didn't need to grow on me -- loved it at first listen (cons and sots really needed to grow on me. swamp-o, rop, and n*i*s -- loved them at first listen on release date!) my faves are deconstruction, become you and our deliverance. yield and bitterroot are just so much fun. :)

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"my regrets become distractions" - amy ray
"and as for the truth, it seems like we just pick a theory" - emily saliers
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hi there-
if any one can help me out, i'd be quite grateful.i am looking at mounting a show i've written and am wondering how to go about it. i've done the show before but did not have to deal with renting a venue and selling tickets last time, and so, although i know a bit about promotion and such, i am now faced with a lot of financial stuff i've never had to deal with before. i'm planning on getting companies to advertise in a program/leaflet that will be handed out at each of the two shows. i figure that if i sell ads this will cover my costs, and be less complicated than trying to get an investor or something. i'm not sure what order to do things in though, do i book the space and then try to get ads, try to get ads first? there are a lot of other things i need to know, but frankly, i don't think i even know enough to ask the right questions. i just need a ton of advice and ideas about the correct procedure for doing this. i also want to know what basic light and sound stuff i need and how much a person generally charges to run a lightboard.
i figured the list would be a good bet for gathering information.
thanks in advance,
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 14:44:28 -0500
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subject: my first impression of this cd????
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..oh that's easy. when i heard it in boston at the paradise - i thought "i
love it". when i went to atlanta tuesday, i thought "i love it". now it's
2 days later. i'm home - first day back at work. i ran to the record
store, opened the cd, went over to boston common and walked in circles
through the park and listened to it and i though "oh - my - god! i love
love love it"
what can i say - i'm not really great at putting my feelings to words -
especially in email - 3 easy ones - i love it!
ps. also like the sax in you've got to show (yep, i'm the minority)
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..oh that's easy. when i heard = it in boston at the paradise - i thought "i love it". = when i went to atlanta tuesday, i thought "i love it". = now it's 2 days later. i'm home - first day back at work. i = ran to the record store, opened the cd, went over to boston = common and walked in circles through the park and listened to it and i = though "oh - my - god! i love love love it"
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 11:47:21 -0800
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> ? as i was eagerly ripping it open in the car my sister leaned over
> and asked "did they put a mini-fridge on their latest release?" i survived
> the frustration in thinking the retrospective cd had variants of crop
> circles (i was too busy meditating to leaving, put on repeat) but now that i
> have yet another cd that, for some reason, i can not figure out what the
> decoration is i'd like to know. i'd be grateful to anyone who can point out
> to me that duh! it's a postage processing machine! or some other ig related
> mark.
>
> sarah
i was convinced it was a mailbox of some sort. i saw it on the website on monday
and was a little bit giddy at new stuff. i went back later and it was gone...
crop circles! eek!
i agree that it must be a polaroid and i love the cleverness of using the
reflective cd as a mirror so that when you look at the picture you see yourself.
very cool.
i still have mixed feelings about the actual physical packaging. yes, i'm
shallow. ;) i love the beautiful photos on the cover. it might be my favourite
of all of them... it's a nice bookend with the cover of indigo girls. faces half
in shadow and speaking volumes. i love it. i do wish that they had made a little
pocket for the booklet to go in. it's awfully hard to hold it and read the
lyrics with a plastic cd holder flopping around on the end. diana krall and k.d.
lang can do it, why not the girls? art-wise though, it's great. gorgeous colours
and interesting fonts. even though they're so small i have to squint. *g*
music? i should comment on the music? *g* i don't think there's anything i
could say to make anyone enjoy the music more or less. i'm just looking forward
to listening and getting to know the songs. :)
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i just got the bonus disc from rasputins in california, and the guy even gave
me an extra, but sorry its not up for grabs cuz its for a friend, and i don't
have a cd burner, but if i did i would love to burn it for everyone!
anyhoo..its good, they are two alternative versions of bitteroot and hope
alone, and then just the regular version of amy's late bloom from stag.
personally, its just an extra cd and its exciting for me to have right now
because i haven't received my cd from amazon yet, but, mostly the songs sound
the same, and i would say that unless you have to have every single cd even
if the songs are pretty much the same..and its not a difference like live
verses in studio, then dont fret! of course if you can burn one from a
friend then get it, but i wouldn't consider worrying about it!
k thats all folks.
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i just got the bonus disc from rasputins in california, and the guy even gave me an extra, but sorry its not up for grabs cuz its for a friend, and i don't have a cd burner, but if i did i would love to burn it for everyone!
anyhoo..its good, they are two alternative versions of bitteroot and hope alone, and then just the regular version of amy's late bloom from stag.
personally, its just an extra cd and its exciting for me to have right now because i haven't received my cd from amazon yet, but, mostly the songs sound the same, and i would say that unless you have to have every single cd even if the songs are pretty much the same..and its not a difference like live verses in studio, then dont fret! of course if you can burn one from a friend then get it, but i wouldn't consider worrying about it!

k thats all folks.
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 16:32:21 -0500
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susannah bell <innersunset@aol.com> wrote:
> my partner said she thought the pennywhistle in become you suggested a
civil
> war hymn. i thought it was an interesting idea considering the subject.
> anyone care to comment?
i agree totally -- the whole song is written in the style of a confederate
rousing song, and the use of the pennywhistle/percussion/accordion amplifies
that.
generally speaking, i find this album to be really, really, really cool and
experimental musically -- they incorporate a lot of different styles into
the arrangements. i know that some people have been saying that a lot of
emily's songs here sound the same (or sound like 'andy'). i have to say
that i really disagree with that point of view -- i think that while some of
emily's new lyrics may not be galileo, i think that musically her work here
is extremely sophisticated.
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i have listened to become you about 5 times through, and being familiar with about 3/4 of the songs from various live performances prior to getting the official release, was very excited to hear the studio versions. yes, starkeville took a little getting used to, as did the military style march percussion strewn throughout a couple of songs (become you and nuevas senoritas are the first ones that come to mind..da da da dum, da da da dum) but i was and still am thrilled with the album - each day i find myself absently humming snippets of different bc songs because they all have distinctive "catchy" melodies that are easily remembered. but, to get to my point of this post....
listening to the whole album straight through a few times makes me think about the strong tone/theme of sadness, wistfulness and longing. i can't pinpoint it - perhaps it is the slower tempo of the songs (yes, even with the da da da dums) and many of the reoccurring references to loves past or lost..... makes me kinda wish for the upbeat themes that appeared on some of the nis tracks - hammer and a nail, hand me downs, watershed...
believe you me - i really do love the album, and am looking forward to the next round of touring - but i wanted to pitch in my .02.
have a great day y'all - carrie
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 15:47:11 -0600
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 13:50:17 -0800
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ah..the view is usually on at 10am in cali and as far as i can tell is
tomorrow as well.
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hkfs,
just wondering if anyone is thinking about going to the free ig show in indy
next week. want to hook up for a possible list meet?
also, michelle malone is playing there tonight at a gay bar called utopia.
anyone in the indianapolis area familiar with where this is and could offer
any directions would be my new hero. i've tried calling the number listed
and no one answers and their website is down too!
please email me privately for both.
thanks in advance
peace,
joey
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 15:03:02 -0700
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what channel carries the view..or is it it's own channel...sparkie who
doesn't watch too much tv...
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the view is on abc..sparkie. 10 am. in ca
> what channel carries the view..or is it it's own channel...sparkie who
> doesn't watch too much tv...
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thanks!!!!


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the view is on abc..sparkie. 10 am. in ca
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date: thu, 14 mar 2002 22:18:31 +0000
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for a number of years, a bunch of sports sites have done online pools for
the ncaa men's basketball tournament, but not the women's. this year, i'm
ecstatic to report that espn finally pulled their head out and put together
an online pool for ncaa women's basketball. i've started a group there
called "indigogirlsfans" with password "watershed" (no quotes). if you want
to play, here are a few direct links.
register for a free login to the site:
<https://register.espn.go.com/fantasy/chooseage?appredirect=http://games.espn.go.com/tcwomen/frontpage>
go directly to the group "indigogirlsfans":
<http://games.espn.go.com/tcwomen/group?groupid=4335>
learn how to play:
<http://games.espn.go.com/content/tcwomen/2002/story?page=howtoplay>
don't put it off, though -- entries have to be in by tomorrow (friday)
morning, when the first games will be played.
hope to see you there!
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a guillotine??
chris ii

on thu, 14 mar 2002, brwgrl wrote:
>
> i think that it's supposed to be a polaroid picture like the new little instant cameras with the ifilm or whatever it's called. thus the shiny part where the photo would be so that you can see yourself "become you".
> that's what i'm thinking.
> lisa
> "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@westgroup.com> wrote: at first glance i thought it looked like a computer. you know, the case of
> a computer. but then i got to thinking, that cannot possibly be right. i
> mean there is no reason for a&e to put a computer on their cd. i cannot
> think of what the heck it could be. if we as a group can't figure it out
> someone will just have to ask at an upcoming concert.
> :)
> mi rinda
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hey y'all,
as one who experienced both verbal abuse and physical threats during my
school days based on other people's perceptions of who i was, and as one
who has dedicated a portion of my adult life to helping others in similar
situations (inspired in no small part by amy and emily's activism), i
find this article to be particularly heartwarming...
peace, tim
congressman fights for glbt students
doreen brandt
365gay.com newscenter in washington
(march 14, washington) rep. eliot engel (ny) introduced a resolution in
the house of representatives, wednesday, to highlight the national day of
silence - a day where students take a vow of silence to bring attention
to the discrimination and violence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender students.
last year, thousands of students at over 300 high schools and colleges
across the nation took part, and thousands are expected to participate
this year on april 10.
"tragically, violence and discrimination against lgbt youth is common in
our schools. no student should ever feel threatened in school simply
because of their sexual-orientation," engel told the house.
"i am proud to introduce this resolution because americans need to know
that countless young people throughout this country are deprived of a
happy adolescence because of the hurt inflicted upon them by their fellow
pupils, teachers and parents," he said.
according to the 2001 national school climate survey issued by the gay,
lesbian and straight education network (glsen), more than 83% of young
people have experienced verbal harassment and more than 40% of young
people have encountered physical violence in their schools during the
previous year.
the victimization and harassment of the young often goes unnoticed. only
seven states have laws to protect lesbian, gay and bisexual students and
only two states have statewide laws to protect transgender students from
harassment in schools.
rep. engel said, "our children go to school to learn. as a former public
school teacher, i know they cannot learn if they are in constant fear of
harassment." he concluded, "i am encouraging all of my colleagues in the
house to join me in supporting this important resolution that can make a
real difference in countless young lives."
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hey y'all,
as one who experienced both verbal abuse and physical = threats=20 during my school days based on other people's perceptions of who i was, and= as=20 one who has dedicated a portion of my adult life to helping others in = similar=20 situations (inspired in no small part by amy and emily's activism), i find = this=20 article to be particularly heartwarming...
peace, tim
congressman fights for glbt=20 students
doreen brandt
365gay.com=20 newscenter in washington
(march 14, washington) rep. eliot engel (ny) introduced a= =20 resolution in the house of representatives, wednesday, to highlight the = national=20 day of silence - a day where students take a vow of silence to bring = attention=20 to the discrimination and violence faced by lesbian, gay, bisexual and=20 transgender students.
last year, thousands of students at over 300 high schools= and=20 colleges across the nation took part, and thousands are expected to = participate=20 this year on april 10.
"tragically, violence and discrimination against lgbt = youth is=20 common in our schools. no student should ever feel threatened in school = simply=20 because of their sexual-orientation," engel told the house. =20
"i am proud to introduce this resolution because = americans need=20 to know that countless young people throughout this country are deprived of= a=20 happy adolescence because of the hurt inflicted upon them by their fellow=20 pupils, teachers and parents," he said.
according to the 2001 national school climate survey = issued by=20 the gay, lesbian and straight education network (glsen), more than 83% of = young=20 people have experienced verbal harassment and more than 40% of young people= have=20 encountered physical violence in their schools during the previous=20 year. =20
the victimization and harassment of the young often goes= =20 unnoticed. only seven states have laws to protect lesbian, gay and=20 bisexual students and only two states have statewide laws to protect = transgender=20 students from harassment in schools.
rep. engel said, "our children go to school to learn. as = a=20 former public school teacher, i know they cannot learn if they are in = constant=20 fear of harassment." he concluded, "i am encouraging all of my colleagues = in the=20 house to join me in supporting this important resolution that can make a = real=20 difference in countless young lives."
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>i don't know what pants you're referring to, but her ass looked amazing
>in her tight levi's here in philly. is it okay to say that on the list?
i don't know, but is it okay for me to say that i was looking at my
ass earlier and it looks amazing today? 'cause it does. just wanted
to put that out there.
jason
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thanks to those who have passed this on to us. i'm trying to save this on a file but haven't successfully been able to do that. any suggestions?
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<< i don't know, but is it okay for me to say that i was looking at my
ass earlier and it looks amazing today? 'cause it does. just wanted
to put that out there. >>
i think your ass looks amazing today too jason, although i've never met you.
in addition i will think that everyone on the whole lists' ass looks amazing
if they will just e-mail me with advice about publicity (from my earlier
post.) i've never had such a lack of response to a question before! i know
everyone's obsessed with the new album right now but come on guys, there must
be someone out there who can help me!!!
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okay, i've been reading all the reviews on this list....and they
basically say one thing "i love it."
just to add some contrast to th discussion....by chance is there any
listee who just absolutely cannot stand the new cd. (btw i like the
cd.)
if so what is it you don't like about it.

peace
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i assumed that the view comes on at various times like some
shows.....apparently that's not true...so for times go t
www.abc.com/theview <http://www.abc.com/theview>.
barb, who stands corrected and will shut up for the day
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traci asked: is anyone else here from st. louis?
yep...we live an hour east of the city in illinois. since we have a
one-year-old, the only show we'll probably catch this time around is st.
louis whenever they make it to the midwest on tour later this year (at least
i hope they stop in st. louis : )
i'm so grateful that for the cons tour, my husband joined me for a trek
up to iowa (a looong drive, but well worth it) to see ig in ames and cedar
rapids in june of 2000...i was 2 weeks pregnant and didn't find out until we
arrived back home...that'll probably be our daughter trecie's first and last
ig show for a while : )
i was sorry to miss the vov show at blueberry hill last month. for
anyone else within driving distance of st. louis, a newer venue called the
pageant has some really great stuff coming up...dar williams, lucinda
williams, they might be giants, kids in the hall and garbage...those are
just what i can recall.
i'm probably going to pick up my copy of by tomorrow after work, so i
can listen to it all weekend!
take it easy,
michelle
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just saw on the world cafe site that ig will be on next friday, 3/22. the segments are usually in hour 1. on wxpn in philadelphia (www.xpn.org <http://www.xpn.org/>), that would be 2 p.m. it is usually repeated at 1 a.m. that night/early morning. enjoy!
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wow. my take on this song was totally different than garian's. i do completely
agree that the "i" is amy herself and the "you" her southern neighbors, and i
do think it's a fascinating and complicated sociological tract, but that's
where i fall off the wagon. that's cool, though - one of my favorite things
about ig is the fact that so many readings are possible.
as i hear it, the "becoming" in the song isn't about divergence at all, but
about convergence - hence the "become you" thing - and the difficulties of
having conflicting feelings about different elements of a package deal - in
this case, southern heritage. the line "it took a long time to become the thing
i am to you" says to me that the achievement (as far as this song is concerned)
is not about what she's done or been, but rather the recognition she's earned.
the upshot of that recognition is that she's been accepted as a part of the
"you", the southern establishment - she's managed to change herself from an
outside "other" into somebody who is accepted as a part of the south. now
obviously she's not entirely happy with what it means to be southern within in
the traditional definition; so now, having fought so hard to stake her claim
within that, she's voicing her concerns with southernness, even while insisting
that criticizing it does not mean she has to renounce it. ("and you won't tear
it apart without a fight.")
so yeah. that's my read of the chorus. if anybody wants to talk about the
verses, i'll be happy to hash it out in private email... no need to subject
everybody to my own personal lyric geekiness.
mandy

> she is talking about how we develop into the people we are. she was born
> in the south, but she "became" a person who is critical of some
> traditional southern prejudices. the white neighbor down the road holds
> racist views; he "became" the way he is through his socialization,
> although he is at the lower end of the class spectrum and doesn't realize
> how the hierarchical system has impacted him. he'd rather blame
> scapegoats.
>
> she "bacame" a traitor despite being from the south: someone who is
> critical of flying the confederated flag and an activist for human rights.


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i am confused about the borders retrospective bonus cd.
is this cd a bonus that comes with the "retrosepctive" ig album, or with
become you..or what? please help me out with this. thanks!
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> is this cd a bonus that comes with the "retrosepctive" ig album, or with
> become you..or what? please help me out with this. thanks!
>
borders has offered two bonus discs: one with the purchase of retrospective
and one with the purchase of become you.
for anyone looking for the bonus disc from the independent record stores:
today i checked out the indy store here in champaign, il when i got back into
town. they have plenty of copies of the bonus disc (not selling it to ebay).
not sure whether or not they take mail orders (they may). but if you live
in the midwest and want that bonus disc, you can go to this store:
record service, 621 e. green street, champaign, il (217) 344-6222.
:-) karen
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is this cd a bonus that comes with the "retrosepctive" ig album, or with
become you..or what? please help me out with this. thanks!


borders has offered two bonus discs: one with the purchase of retrospective and one with the purchase of become you.

for anyone looking for the bonus disc from the independent record stores: today i checked out the indy store here in champaign, il when i got back into town. they have plenty of copies of the bonus disc (not selling it to ebay). not sure whether or not they take mail orders (they may). but if you live in the midwest and want that bonus disc, you can go to this store:

record service, 621 e. green street, champaign, il (217) 344-6222.

:-) karen

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i don't think i've seen anything about this posted yet...
i was in tower records today, and while they don't have become you in stock (!)
they did have a magazine called "women who rock." i picked it up, thinking of
michal's live365 station, and it turned out to have an article on the indigo
girls, about the studio experience of making "become you". it's pretty
tech-oriented, but an interesting read even for an instrument ignoramus such as
myself, and there's a nice full-page picture.
cover price is $4.99 - which is pretty steep if all you want is three pages of
igc - but i think it's worth the cost. there are articles on everyone from
michelle branch to suzanne vega, an article by jonatha brooke, and spotlights
on a bunch of cool indie artists. and they give a full tech rundown of
everybody they feature, which is bound to be cool for musicians. and
personally, i don't mind paying $4.99 for a magazine that's this good and which
has been so long in coming.
there is a webpage: <http://www.womenwhorockmag.com/>
be warned, though, the website's still back on their first issue (top 100 women
in rock - ig among them, of course) and it isn't much.but the magazine is good.
go buy it. :)
mandy


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