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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 00:07:59 est
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subject: become you - the song
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just thought i'd put this out there. my take on become you is that the "i"
in the chorus of the song is actually the south itself. the institution; the
entity - the south. so, the line "it took a long time to become the thing i
am to you" is the south and the "you" in "and you won't tear it apart without
a fight, without a heart" is the southerners.
i was thinking that it took a long time for the south to become what it is to
the southerners, in that it was passed down from generation to generation,
and the affinity for the south is so deeply ingrained. the line "and you
won't tear it apart without a fight, without a heart" makes me think that
these feelings about the south have been so much a part of the way of life
there that there is strong resistance to change.
for the rest of the song where amy says "you" and "i," i think she's talking
about herself and her neighbors.
that's how it hit me.
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just thought i'd put this out there. my take on become you is that the "i" in the chorus of the song is actually the south itself. the institution; the entity - the south. so, the line "it took a long time to become the thing i am to you" is the south and the "you" in "and you won't tear it apart without a fight, without a heart" is the southerners.

i was thinking that it took a long time for the south to become what it is to the southerners, in that it was passed down from generation to generation, and the affinity for the south is so deeply ingrained. the line "and you won't tear it apart without a fight, without a heart" makes me think that these feelings about the south have been so much a part of the way of life there that there is strong resistance to change.

for the rest of the song where amy says "you" and "i," i think she's talking about herself and her neighbors.

that's how it hit me.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 00:46:56 est
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subject: the view
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you can also go to tvguide.com and get the scoop for time and channel in by
your area code...just click tv listings.
april
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you can also go to tvguide.com and get the scoop for time and channel in by your area code...just click tv listings.
april
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 00:46:46 -0500
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i read somewhere a quote from amy agreeing with someone's observation that
the song is like neil young's southern man and lynyrd skynyrd's sweet home
alabama.
young's song basically condemns the south for its racist heritage. skynyrd's
song celebrates the heritage despite the racism. i think, from talking to
southern friends, it is a conundrum many of them face.
they spend a lot of time in their teens and 20s rejecting their southern
heritage because they are ashamed of it. as they grow older, they realize
they can embrace being southern while still rejecting the ugly parts of the
heritage -- that damned confederacy, as it were.
they allow themselves to become southern, become who they are.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 01:14:15 -0500
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it should have read that i read somewhere a quote by amy agreeing with
someone's assessment that become you was like neil young's southern man and
skynard's sweet home alabama all rolled into one.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 09:04:08 -0500
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i have a great boot where amy talks about this song from her show with the butchies at the echo lounge last year here in atlanta... <br />
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i'll offer it up for trades if anyone is interested... <br />
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then maybe for b&p in a week or two... <br />
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it also has amy singing sts and emily jamming on the guitar on cortez the killer... <br />
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i'm mostly looking for amy shows and new stuff...2001-2002 for trades... <br />
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d:) <br />
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 09:04:12 est
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subject: ig on aol music sessions
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this probably won't be accessible by too many people, but...... if you have
high speed access to the web (ie broadband, or cable), and you are a aol
subscriber, check out the following link:
<a href="aol://4344:128.hs_sessn.31668320.697931626"> aol music: sessions@aol</a>
this links you to an exclusive aol music sessions with amy & emily. it is a
live performance, taped in the aol studios on february 18, 2002. it comes
through as a real player video, along with audio. i will be able to record
the audio off of it, but not the video (unless someone has a clue as to how
to record the video.......??)
good luck!!!
=)
lisa
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this probably won't be accessible by too many people, but...... if you have high speed access to the web (ie broadband, or cable), and you are a aol subscriber, check out the following link:

aol music: sessions@aol <aol://4344:128.hs_sessn.31668320.697931626>

this links you to an exclusive aol music sessions with amy & emily. it is a live performance, taped in the aol studios on february 18, 2002. it comes through as a real player video, along with audio. i will be able to record the audio off of it, but not the video (unless someone has a clue as to how to record the video.......??)

good luck!!!
=)
lisa
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 07:12:06 -0700
reply-to: garian <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
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at the boulder show amy specifically said that this song is about
conversations with her male neighbor. so the "i" is amy and the "you" is
him.
on fri, 15 mar 2002, susannah bell wrote:
> just thought i'd put this out there. my take on become you is that the "i"
> in the chorus of the song is actually the south itself. the institution; the
> entity - the south. so, the line "it took a long time to become the thing i
> am to you" is the south and the "you" in "and you won't tear it apart without
> a fight, without a heart" is the southerners.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 07:14:12 -0700
reply-to: garian <vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu>
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subject: re: correction on become you-- the song post
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at e*town, amy said that her philosophies are part southern man and part
sweet home alabama, but i don't recall this being a reference to become
you.
g.
on fri, 15 mar 2002, lisalisaa wrote:
> it should have read that i read somewhere a quote by amy agreeing with
> someone's assessment that become you was like neil young's southern man and
> skynard's sweet home alabama all rolled into one.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 08:53:58 -0700
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well i don't know if anyone has said anything yet. but i will tell you that
myself, my wife jamie and our daughter mariah watched this last night.
mariah is 8. i thought the show was well done. very important points were
made. i loved it when rosie said that there are some gays she just wants
them to shut up and live their life.
the female psych they had on there was wonderful. the senate guy , ball i
think from florida was so funny....ignorant at best..sat on his laurels of
having gone to liberty baptist ...well folks..if you don't know...tha tis
jerry fallwells college in lynchburg va. i know i went to randolph macon
woman's college and we would go down there on occasion to listen to jf talk
just to get up and leave ( making a scene as we walked out disturbing his
speech).
but, mariah asked questions thru out....talked to us....said some of the
things that florida thought were stupid...from the 8 yr old.
but over all i thought the whole thing was well done.
sparkie.
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 11:30:33 -0500
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i'm really enjoying the talk about become you and its meaning. here's what amy has to say (apologies for any bad formatt=
ing):
"a song like "become you" ... deals with [the fact that] i'm a southerner from about four generations of southerners. and=
it deals with the conflicts of being really in love with the south and feeling entrenched, but not appreciating the hist=
ory of racism and understanding the historical significance of things with the confederacy and all that -- but not agreei=
ng with a lot of it. ... so i wanted to write a song about how we become what we are, each side, and how to respect each =
other in that dialogue. and i think it can apply to bigger, broader issues in the world."
and i got it from here:
<http://www.cnn.com/cnn/programs/showbiz.today/music.ontheroad/0203/08.html>
jason
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 12:30:53 est
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i don't want to spoil anything for folks in other time zones, but ...
reporting from the east coast, the girls looked great and sounded great, so
it's worth watching! catch it if you can. they do not come on until the
last 15 mins of the show.
heidi
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 10:29:31 -0800
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if someone can give me a screen name - i think a few
programs will allow streaming video capture. or i
could play thru my pc and video tape it - then vcd
encode...
mjr.
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> this probably won't be accessible by too many
> people, but...... if you have
> high speed access to the web (ie broadband, or
> cable), and you are a aol
> subscriber, check out the following link:
>
> <a
> href="aol://4344:128.hs_sessn.31668320.697931626">
> aol music: sessions@aol</a>
>
> this links you to an exclusive aol music sessions
> with amy & emily. it is a
> live performance, taped in the aol studios on
> february 18, 2002. it comes
> through as a real player video, along with audio.
> i will be able to record
> the audio off of it, but not the video (unless
> someone has a clue as to how
> to record the video.......??)
>
> good luck!!!
> =)
> lisa
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 13:34:56 est
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subject: amy :)
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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.
her ass looked pretty good when she was here in cali too ;)
lisa
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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.


her ass looked pretty good when she was here in cali too ;)
lisa
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 11:49:48 -0700
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but wasn't the juxtaposition of "oscar jewelry" with judy shepherd just
freaky?
on fri, 15 mar 2002, heidi duncanson wrote:
> i don't want to spoil anything for folks in other time zones, but ...
> reporting from the east coast, the girls looked great and sounded great, so
> it's worth watching! catch it if you can. they do not come on until the
> last 15 mins of the show.
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in a message dated 3/15/02 1:50:14 pm eastern standard time,
vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu writes:

> but wasn't the juxtaposition of "oscar jewelry" with judy shepherd just
> freaky?
>
truly! this is why the show gets parodied on saturday night live ... they
are all over the map. at least i'm sure a&e got to meet/talk to judy sheperd
in the green room, that would certainly make it worth their while to do the
show. can you imagine if they'd had starr jones interview amy and emily?
(amy was wearing a sparkly choker, though -- hers or did she swipe it off the
oscar jewelry table?) ;-)
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in a message dated 3/15/02 1:50:14 pm eastern standard time, vigil@ucsu.colorado.edu writes:


but wasn't the juxtaposition of "oscar jewelry" with judy shepherd just
freaky?


truly! this is why the show gets parodied on saturday night live ... they are all over the map. at least i'm sure a&e got to meet/talk to judy sheperd in the green room, that would certainly make it worth their while to do the show. can you imagine if they'd had starr jones interview amy and emily? (amy was wearing a sparkly choker, though -- hers or did she swipe it off the oscar jewelry table?) ;-)

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speaking of freaky, what about the girls' faces superimposed on the drums? i
kept waiting for amy to say, "auntie em? auntie em? i'm so scared auntie
em!" i thought that effect was rather disturbing.
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speaking of freaky, what about the girls' faces superimposed on the drums? i kept waiting for amy to say, "auntie em? auntie em? i'm so scared auntie em!" i thought that effect was rather disturbing.
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hahahah. i love the indio girls too. :)
that was too funny. and yes, i agree, amy's face in the drums was frightening.
hey, did any of you notice that on the kron (san francisco) interview, they spelled emily's last name incorrectly? :)
:-) karen
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< hahahah. i love the indio girls too. :)>
yeah, i caught that, too. i knew that they wouldn't give amy and emily a chance to talk to judy shepard on camera. what a shame, truly. amy's face in the drums was very surreal, but damn was she hot!
btw, i finally got the cd today. i love it. period. i fell in love with amy's stuff all the way though and particularly enjoy deconstruction. great albumn...can't wait until summer tour.
elisanne, who's listening to the album at work until she signs into the phone.

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<p>< hahahah. i love the indio girls too. :)><br><br>yeah, i caught that, too.  i knew that they wouldn't give amy and emily a chance to talk to judy shepard on camera.  what a shame, truly.  amy's face in the drums was very surreal, but damn was she hot! 
<p>btw, i finally got the cd today.  i love it.  period.  i fell in love with amy's stuff all the way though and particularly enjoy deconstruction.  great albumn...can't wait until summer tour.
<p>elisanne, who's listening to the album at work until she signs into the phone. 
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date: fri, 15 mar 2002 14:58:21 -0500
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does anybody have the amy ray song "careless youth" on mp3? i
have it on the 45 single promo, but not on my computer.
thanks
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x's and o's on someone's drawing board
like green and plastic but with human faces
and they want to tell you it's a merciful sword
but with all the blood newly dried in the desert
can we not fertilize the land with something else?
there is no nation by god exempted
lay down your weapons and love your neighbor as yourself

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oh yeah....the "mother" who kills her children gets life in prison with our
tax money but gays cant adopt cause their association is not as stable as a
heterosexual marriage...yeah...where was the love and nurture and safety in
that heterosexual marriage!!!!!
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" ball i think from florida was so funny....ignorant at best..sat on his
laurels of having gone to liberty baptist .."

unfortunately this thick individual, randy ball, is from my hometown. he
represents me in congress. worst of all, he's a friend of my
brother-in-law. i have never been so ashamed to be from florida, and so
happy to now be stationed in washington state. the "facts" he was stating
were so blatantly fabricated and firmly rooted in his own narrow-minded
beliefs.
please don't think this yahoo represents all of us. there are, sadly, a lot
of people in florida who think like him, but he is in no way the majority.
most of us are thoughtful, open-minded, and kind. i will pray for randy
ball, jeb bush, and their ilk, that someday they grow both hearts and
brains.
jane, having vented a bit, will now return to lurking status.
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i got this story from the internet movie data base. i am not making this up:
-scott
appearing on abc's good morning america thursday, rene
russo burst into tears after watching an excerpt of the rosie o'donnell interview. she then went on to reveal that she herself was raised by lesbians. "i'd like to say that when i was born -- oh, i'm going to cry, but this is for you, rosie -- my dad left and it was women in my life that were gay that raised me and that helped and nurtured me. ... i want to call my mom to say, look, mom, i'm going on national television to say thank you."
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i saw this on entertainment tonight last night as well.
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i got this story from the internet movie data base. i am not making this up:
-scott
appearing on abc's good morning america thursday, rene
russo burst into tears after watching an excerpt of the rosie o'donnell
interview. she then went on to reveal that she herself was raised by
lesbians. "i'd like to say that when i was born -- oh, i'm going to cry, but
this is for you, rosie -- my dad left and it was women in my life that were
gay that raised me and that helped and nurtured me. ... i want to call my
mom to say, look, mom, i'm going on national television to say thank you."
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hey, did any of you notice that on the kron (san francisco) interview, they
spelled emily's last name incorrectly? :)
yes, and did you also notice that they advertised the album title as "becomes
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hey, did any of you notice that on the kron (san francisco) interview, they spelled emily's last name incorrectly? :)

yes, and did you also notice that they advertised the album title as "becomes you"?
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hey folks,
here's the cnn article that jason mentioned, i don't think
it's been posted yet....
-sherlyn

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indigo girls hold onto their roots
by joanne suh
cnn entertainment correspondent
march 9, 2002 posted: 5:08 hkt (2108 gmt)
los angeles, california (cnn) -- despite more than 17 years making
records together and being hailed as one of the top folk-rock acts
of the 1990s, the indigo girls still describe themselves as a
"grass-roots band."
the atlanta, georgia-based duo, made up of singer-songwriters amy
ray and emily saliers, returns to its acoustic roots for the release
of its eighth studio album, "become you." ray and saliers say they
believe their new work shows more mature songwriting with the
"original indigo girl vibe."
the inspiration for their songs this time around came from a variety
of places, they say, ranging from life in the american south, to
racism, to the events of september 11. along with their music, ray
and saliers are also social activists on a number of fronts,
including stumping for gay and native american causes.
after touring alone last year to promote her solo album, ray is
rejoining with saliers for the group's new tour. cnn caught up with
the girls in los angeles, where they performed to a packed house at
the knitting factory in hollywood.
cnn: what are we seeing in this album that shows your creative
growth?
ray: it's a little bit back to basics as far as instrumentation goes,
because we went completely acoustic for it. we do have a drummer and
a bass player and an accordion and keyboard player, but we went to
our acoustic instruments -- no electric guitars -- which is kind of
basic for us. also, we arranged them mindful of harmonies and trying
to really make it a duo-centered album. but i think the songwriting,
hopefully, has grown, and so we kind of have the best of both worlds,
which is maybe a more mature songwriter with the original indigo girl
vibe.
cnn: tell us about the inspiration for the different songs.
ray: it's vast. a song like "become you" ... deals with [the fact
that] i'm a southerner from about four generations of southerners.
and it deals with the conflicts of being really in love with the
south and feeling entrenched, but not appreciating the history of
racism and understanding the historical significance of things with
the confederacy and all that -- but not agreeing with a lot of it...
so i wanted to write a song about how we become what we are, each
side, and how to respect each other in that dialogue. and i think it
can apply to bigger, broader issues in the world.
saliers: [i'm] just thinking of a song "our deliverance," that was
greatly affected by the events in our country september 11. it's
actually a song for a call to peace, saying that war doesn't work;
it's never worked since the beginning of humankind. and the song
starts out on a very personal note. at this point in life, hopefully
i can see patterns emerging, and how faith guides your life when you
don't know how you can control things and make them work and fit the
pieces, but if you have faith, good things are going to come.
cnn: is this album going to deliver what they're [fans] expecting of
indigo girls' music?
ray: i don't know. (laugh) we never know what the fans are going to
think about our newest record and we try not to think too much about
it. we try to just go in there and have an honest experience in the
studio because i think that's what our audience expects and what they
want. we have the greatest audience in the world. they're loyal and
pretty open-minded to all our changes. and they also let us know what
they like and what they don't -- especially what they don't sometimes.
and that's a good thing.
cnn: so you recorded this in one studio in atlanta, your hometown.
tell us about how nice that was and what did it allow you to do
outside the grueling recording schedule?
ray: well, our laundry for one thing. (laugh) feed our dogs and see
our cats, our families. it's great to record at home, once you get
used to that and knowing that you're going to have some
distractions... my sister will come by with her kids, and my niece
will be running around the studio for a couple of hours while we're
trying to get something done, it's great. it's a very homey feeling,
and i think it went well with the record.
cnn: clearly, you guys have figured out the key to longevity in the
music world. what has kept you guys going?
saliers: we tour a lot, we're a grass-roots band, we're signed to a
major label but we really do a lot of the work ourselves, a lot of
footwork and groundwork and touring. the songs are honest, it's
pretty unadulterated music, unfettered. ... some of our fans say, "oh
man, this record takes me back to my college days, we took road trips
and we listened to it." so there are a lot of events and milestones
in people's lives that they took our music along with them. and then
they pass it on to their kids or their little sisters or brothers.
we've been fortunate to maintain a young following and we still play
a lot of colleges. we're very interested in what high school kids are
up to, what they're thinking about. we're very inspired by youth.
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was that not the most screwed up looking thing ever?!

>>speaking of freaky, what about the girls' faces superimposed on the drums? i kept waiting for amy to say, "auntie em? auntie em? i'm so scared auntie em!" i thought that effect was rather disturbing.
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hey everyone!
i've been "lurking" on the list for a while but i'm posting for the first
time to say that this morning i got tickets for the may 31st show in
philadelphia! i'm so excited, even though it's like what two months away.
anyway, i'm still waiting for my copy of become you + bonus track to come in
the mail from amazon, and i'm a relatively new fan: discovered ig in august,
had all the cds memorized by september. i've tried to get tickets before, but
this is the first time i've actually succeeded - and i have no idea what to
expect! so, this is probably not that interesting of a topic, but i was just
wondering if anybody could help me out about what to expect. i know the
concert's a while away, but i'm so excited! i'm only fifteen, and i only just
started getting into this type of music. i've only been to two concerts
before, lucy kaplansky and mary black (awesome, i definitely recommend them)
and they wree both tiny, and basically i'm freaking out. oh, and it's at the
mann music center in philly - anybody been there?
thanks y'all.
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hey everyone!

i've been "lurking" on the list for a while but i'm posting for the first time to say that this morning i got tickets for the may 31st show in philadelphia! i'm so excited, even though it's like what two months away. anyway, i'm still waiting for my copy of become you + bonus track to come in the mail from amazon, and i'm a relatively new fan: discovered ig in august, had all the cds memorized by september. i've tried to get tickets before, but this is the first time i've actually succeeded - and i have no idea what to expect! so, this is probably not that interesting of a topic, but i was just wondering if anybody could help me out about what to expect. i know the concert's a while away, but i'm so excited! i'm only fifteen, and i only just started getting into this type of music. i've only been to two concerts before, lucy kaplansky and mary black (awesome, i definitely recommend them) and they wree both tiny, and basically i'm freaking out. oh, and it's at the mann music center in philly - anybody been there?

thanks y'all.

-katie- :)

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hi all,
this may sound silly, but i am interested in acquiring a copy of the
digi-pac cd that was released with a flaw in it. if any of you have one
that you would like to sell or trade something for, please email me
privately.
thanks :o)
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in a message dated 3/15/2002 1:06:15 pm central standard time,
indigokare@aol.com writes:

> that was too funny. and yes, i agree, amy's face in the drums was
> frightening
well, heck, i think her face is always lovely no matter where it is...:-)
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that was too funny. and yes, i agree, amy's face in the drums was frightening


well, heck, i think her face is always lovely no matter where it is...:-)
april
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hey-if you're on aol check out live sessions@aol-it should be on your welcome
screen! too cool-a&e play 3 of the new songs + ctf!! enjoy-jen
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hey-if you're on aol check out live sessions@aol-it should be on your welcome
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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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i'm on the feminist majority mailing list, and this links you to a place
where you can send an automated email of thanks to rosie and diane for
bringing public awareness to the florida gay adoption case...
april

<a href="<http://capwiz.com/fmf1/issues/alert/?alertid=113070>">click here: fmf -- legislative alerts and updates</a>
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i'm on the feminist majority mailing list, and this links you to a place where you can send an automated email of thanks to rosie and diane for bringing public awareness to the florida gay adoption case...
april


click here: fmf -- legislative alerts and updates <http://capwiz.com/fmf1/issues/alert/?alertid=113070>
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ok, i did this on the list when both cons and sots were released, and now i'm
crazy enough to do it again. :)
so i am taking a poll... what is your favorite song off the new album? i
know it is hard to pick just one, so go ahead, name two. :)
here is what you need to do if you want your vote counted: (please read
carefully)
1) please do not reply to this e-mail. instead, use my alternate e-mail
address of indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com
2) please list the name of your favorite one or two songs (off of become you)
in the subject heading. that way i don't need to open every message (last
time i got over 400 replies on the first day!)
3) please reply by 11pm cst (midnight est, 10 mst, 9 pst) on tuesday the
19th. i will tally the votes when i get home from the chicago show and
(hopefully) post them before i leave the following morning for the madison
and msp shows.
4) remember, please don't use this e-mail address. instead use
indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com and cast your vote in the subject field.
thanks! last time was great fun (if i remember correctly, "gone again" and
"sister" were the two favorites. i don't remember the sots results).
:-) karen
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ok, i did this on the list when both cons and sots were released, and now i'm crazy enough to do it again. :)

so i am taking a poll... what is your favorite song off the new album? i know it is hard to pick just one, so go ahead, name two. :)

here is what you need to do if you want your vote counted: (please read carefully)

1) please do not reply to this e-mail. instead, use my alternate e-mail address of indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com

2) please list the name of your favorite one or two songs (off of become you) in the subject heading. that way i don't need to open every message (last time i got over 400 replies on the first day!)

3) please reply by 11pm cst (midnight est, 10 mst, 9 pst) on tuesday the 19th. i will tally the votes when i get home from the chicago show and (hopefully) post them before i leave the following morning for the madison and msp shows.

4) remember, please don't use this e-mail address. instead use indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com and cast your vote in the subject field.

thanks! last time was great fun (if i remember correctly, "gone again" and "sister" were the two favorites. i don't remember the sots results).

:-) karen
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anyone know anything about this? i'm guessing it's from the cons time
period but don't have this channel so am not sure.
diane

date/time network show featured artists info
03/18/02 12:00 pm et bet jazz profiles at wolftrap indigo
girls

also
03/18/02 08:00 pm et
03/19/02 01:00 am et
03/23/02 07:00 am et
03/23/02 03:00 pm et
03/24/02 03:00 am et
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i can't believe i missed it!!!!! is anyone willing to make a copy on =
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i can't believe i = missed=20 it!!!!! is anyone willing to make a copy on vhs for this sorry=20 idiot???
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> hey-if you're on aol check out live sessions@aol-it should be on your
> welcome
> screen! too cool-a&e play 3 of the new songs + ctf!! enjoy-jen

if you aren't on aol and want to see the video-cast then email me and i will
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ok, one more then i'll stop bugging the list about this. does anyone
have an mp3 of amy & the butchies covering "what do i get" by the
buzzcocks? they did this at the show i saw but i haven't heard it since.
thanks
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hey folks,
this is forwarded from the news-only list...
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>hey'all,
>
>no need for aol, got the link out. open your browser, should load real
>player, nice qauilty too!!
>
><rtsp://64.12.41.225:554/aol/us/aolmusic/artists/sony/indigogirls/indigogirls>
>_ilp_all_bb8.rm?cloakport=80,554,7070
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>enjoy!
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of course i meant to say amy ray covering the buzzcocks song "ever
fallen in love?"
i'm such a goober.
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i am lucky enough to be at college right now(high
speed net access! :)...i tried going to the link. my
browser says that the fthp: or whatever the first
part of the address is, cannot be located.
can anyone help?
torrie
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i get bet, but bet jazz is a totally different channel, right?
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i get bet, but bet jazz is a totally different channel, right?
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did anyone else notice that emily isn't wearing any shoes?
or is it just my imagination?
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did anyone else notice that emily isn't wearing any shoes?

or is it just my imagination?

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hey kids...
so my boot offers have kinda dried up as of late, but the long-promised
amy ray "staggered" boot is finally done. almost 80 minutes of
fine-sounding, pure amy-and-the-butchies goodness. i'm gonna try a
little different way of organizing the tree, so if you want a copy you
need to email me and say whether you're willing to be a branch (can make
copies for other people) or just a leaf (can't or don't want to make
copies).
here's the tracklisting:
1: careless youth
2: mountains of glory (live)
transferred directly from the free stag 7".
3: late bloom
4: laramie
5: lucystoners
6: hey castrator
7: refugee
live at slims - from the stag bonus ep
8: lucystoners (acoustic)
live at cat's cradle - from calling all kings and queens cd
9: laramie
10: mountains of glory
11: lucystoners
12: johnny rottentail
live from mountain stage - radio broadcast
13: on your honor
14: johnny rottentail
15: mountains of glory
16: laramie
17: black heart today
live on acoustic caf=e9 - radio broadcast
18: measure of me
19: lucystoners
20: laramie
live on world caf=e9 - internet feed (unless anyone can get me a
broadcast-sourced copy...)
artwork will be uploaded to www.go.to/neilytones <http://www.go.to/neilytones> in the next day or two.
any questions, or if you have any ideas (or material!) for future
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ahhh!
i am on aol but i can not get to this link or seem to find it anywhere.
can someone help? i would appreciate it.
thanks,
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<< to cast your vote, please log on to
www.cnn.com/2002/showbiz/news/03/14/odonnell.gay.adoption.reut/index.html <http://www.cnn.com/2002/showbiz/news/03/14/odonnell.gay.adoption.reut/index.html> >>
very scary to see the vote tabulation on this. currently (11am, saturday)
there are over 335,000 votes and the majority (52%) say gays should not be
allowed to adopt. keep in mind, these are people reading the cnn site!!!
one would think they'd be a little more educated & open-minded.
dee
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what was this?

>
> live at cat's cradle - from calling all kings and queens cd
>
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most likely the votes aren't from regular cnn visitors. the christian
coalition / etc probably sent out an alert to visit and vote. it's happened
before.

at 10:09 am 3/16/02, dschulman@aol.com wrote:
>in a message dated 3/15/02 11:35:22 pm, indigokat@aol.com writes:
>
><< to cast your vote, please log on to
>www.cnn.com/2002/showbiz/news/03/14/odonnell.gay.adoption.reut/index.html <http://www.cnn.com/2002/showbiz/news/03/14/odonnell.gay.adoption.reut/index.html> >>
>
>very scary to see the vote tabulation on this. currently (11am, saturday)
>there are over 335,000 votes and the majority (52%) say gays should not be
>allowed to adopt. keep in mind, these are people reading the cnn site!!!
>one would think they'd be a little more educated & open-minded.
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calling all kings & queens is mr. lady's second compilation. we put this
together based on on the following criteria - each song had to make us say at
least one of the following things aloud: "take me to your robot dancer", "god
this is pretty", "shake that ass" or "don't blame me i voted for vaginal
davis". the track list speaks for itself: track listing (band / song): 1.)
california lightening / lugosi 2.) le tigre / sweetie 3.) navy / safe harbors
4.) amy ray / lucy stoners (live) 5.) darien brahms / whistle boat 6.) kiki &
herb / i'm not waiting 7.) sleater kinney / ballad of a ladyman (live bbc)
8.) sissies / everything in the world 9.) heart beats red / set me up 10.)
pme (featuring ms. vaginal davis) / cherries in the snow 11.) the crowns /
shallow end 12.) the butchies / disco (live) 13.) tracy + the plastics / oh
maria 14.) origami / nancy drew / lions & tigers 15.) shelley doty / seems
unlikely 16.) oriflamme / my own private ryan 17.) v for vendetta / the fall
of terrok nor 18.) gretchen phillips / eau de lesbianism.
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mr. lady is owned and operated by kaia wilson and tammy rae carland.
we started mr. lady for a number of reasons, partly because we felt like
there weren't enough women &/or dyke run record labels and there are even
fewer affordable and accessible means of distributing work by independent
video artists and film makers.
this is mr. lady.
enjoy!

contact mr. lady:
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this is a great compilation cd! i picked it up in provincetown last
summer. it has a cool acoustic version of "lucystoners" and the
butchies "disco" live. definitely worth owning.
jer
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like green and plastic but with human faces
and they want to tell you it's a merciful sword
but with all the blood newly dried in the desert
can we not fertilize the land with something else?
there is no nation by god exempted
lay down your weapons and love your neighbor as yourself

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it's also more or less what we're doing. i like us way better than the
christian coalition, of course. but whichever way you're voting, rustling up a
crowd of folks who don't frequent the website for the sake of a single poll is
stacking the vote. it's why webpolls get about as much respect as email
petitions.
mandy

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> coalition / etc probably sent out an alert to visit and vote. it's happened
> before.
> >very scary to see the vote tabulation on this.
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last week i posted that i had two tickets to sell for
the 3/21 show. i didn't get any replies.
now i am posting with the hope that there is a kind
listy out there who is planning to go to the
minneapolis show (preferably one who is planning to
wait outside for awhile to secure a close-up spot) who
will bring my extra tickets to the show, and sell them
for me to someone who really wants them.
i would like to get $44 (what i paid w/ all of the tb
fees), but whatever you'd be able to get would be
appreciated. plus i would hate for them to go to
waste.
if you are this kind listy, please send me your snail
mail addy, and i'll send them to you right away.
thanks,
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did anyone tape rosie's appearance on primetime live?? i forgot it was on and
missed it completely :(
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dont know if this has been posted here. it's the associated press' review of
become you.
sound bites: audio reviews
selected releases:
''become you'' (epic, dlrs 18.98) - indigo girls
if you haven't bought an indigo girls release since, say, 1994's ''swamp
ophelia'' because you believed the acoustic duo was losing its edge or
getting too mainstream, then ''become you'' will win you back.
it's a chance to hear georgia natives emily saliers and amy ray do what they
do best - concoct mature, witty, intelligent songs and match their voices in
exquisite harmonies.
the girls' eighth studio release is roots rock at its best. penny whistle,
accordion and mandolin dominate this back-to-basics album.
ray's title track is a standout. it manages to sound like both bluegrass and
american indian music, creating a unique and intriguing combination.
''bitterroot,'' which features backing vocals and outstanding harmonica by
michelle malone, is an out-and-out toe-tapper. listeners will have a tough
time sitting still while listening to lyrics such as ''tonight i'll be
sleeping on the mountaintop, i got a billion stars for my witness; in the
morning i'll go down and the sun comes up, i'll take a drink from the
bitterroot river.''
fans of indigo girls, drink up.
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actually, i just checked and by is now at #2!!!
ryan
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> #3. pretty impressive!
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hi all,
i think become you is a really *clever* song; rhythm and instruments suggest
marching to drums and whistle, which ties in with the confederacy theme. but
yes, a real social comment on how we all get socially "instructed" from
birth... just my thoughts.
peace,
eileen

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>subject: pennywhistle
>date: thu, 14 mar 2002 11:38:19 est
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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.
>anyone care to comment?

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hey folks,
for those in australia - the versions of "strange fire", "indigo
girls", "nomads*indians*saints" and "rites of passage" which were
released with the extra tracks are available locally. i don't
know how long they've been for sale here - i just discovered this
the other day while in borders looking for the new album (which
doesn't appear to be out here yet). they're available in regular
jewel cases (i think the ones in the us were digipacks?) which is
another reason i hadn't noticed this before...
fyi -
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well after first listen i have the following to say about the new cd
i have always been an amy person however
everything amy has on here this time sounds country
ems songs are good
it seems like the girls are reaching for something on this cd they cant quite
hit song wise and vocal wise
seems like on ems songs they almost get it and then just dont
amys songs which are usualy long are to to short
i guess i like the rhythm and beat of the songs but the harmony just doesnt
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i don't havr realplayer, because it locks up my computer. is
there any way to see this performance without rp?
jess
>date: fri, 15 mar 2002 19:27:27 -0500
>from: eric <ericfl@usa.net>
>subject: re: [ig-news] ig on aol music sessions
>
>hey'all,
>
>no need for aol, got the link out. open your browser, should
load real
>player, nice qauilty too!!
>
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>enjoy!
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i would think "roots" was a much better description of some of amy's
stuff, because nothing like this is being played on country radio these
days. and, secondly, they all don't sound like that. moment of
forgiveness, yield, and bitter root, maybe, but starkville is definitely
a rock song, and nuevo senorita is just a good old folk song.
and as far as em's music. after cons, i was like, no more em for me.
but this album, wow. the songs get better and better with each listen.
the lyrics are moving, and searching, and mature, and seem to be from a
person who has found peace and control after all of these years. and
yeah, they are awkward in some places, but so what. so are people.
i do believe that these songs are much more sophisticated than anything
they've ever put out. the lyrics show a level of writing most people
never achieve in their careers. and the melodies are complicated and
not pop-i-fied, as in deep but not instantly catchy (okay, amy's songs
are always instantly catchy for me, but not for most). i think em is
exactly where she needs to be here. deconstruction, collecting you, our
deliverance, and ssm are, in my opinion, the best songs she has ever
done. i read on here before that they weren't galileo, and thank god.
that was 1994 (or around), this is 2002. galileo is a catchy song, but
it would have been a shame if that were her apex, because these songs
are less angry youth and more mature adult. and if they had just kept
re-writing their old songs, i would have dumped them a long time ago,
because i've always respected that they were artists. and artists grow,
or die.
just my .02. let the flames begin,
scott
on sunday, march 17, 2002, at 10:59 am, madonajk wrote:
well after first listen i have the following to say about the new cd
i have always been an amy person however
everything amy has on here this time sounds country
ems songs are good
it seems like the girls are reaching for something on this cd they cant
quite
hit song wise and vocal wise
seems like on ems songs they almost get it and then just dont
amys songs which are usualy long are to to short
i guess i like the rhythm and beat of the songs but the harmony just
doesnt
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i would think "roots" was a much better description of some of amy's
stuff, because nothing like this is being played on country radio
these days. and, secondly, they all don't sound like that. moment of
forgiveness, yield, and bitter root, maybe, but starkville is
definitely a rock song, and nuevo senorita is just a good old folk
song.

and as far as em's music. after cons, i was like, no more em for me.
but this album, wow. the songs get better and better with each
listen. the lyrics are moving, and searching, and mature, and seem to
be from a person who has found peace and control after all of these
years. and yeah, they are awkward in some places, but so what. so
are people.

i do believe that these songs are much more sophisticated than
anything they've ever put out. the lyrics show a level of writing
most people never achieve in their careers. and the melodies are
complicated and not pop-i-fied, as in deep but not instantly catchy
(okay, amy's songs are always instantly catchy for me, but not for
most). i think em is exactly where she needs to be here.
deconstruction, collecting you, our deliverance, and ssm are, in my
opinion, the best songs she has ever done. i read on here before that
they weren't galileo, and thank god. that was 1994 (or around), this
is 2002. galileo is a catchy song, but it would have been a shame if
that were her apex, because these songs are less angry youth and more
mature adult. and if they had just kept re-writing their old songs, i
would have dumped them a long time ago, because i've always respected
that they were artists. and artists grow, or die.

just my .02. let the flames begin,

scott

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<color><param>0000,0000,dede</param>well after first listen i have the
following to say about the new cd
i have always been an amy person however
everything amy has on here this time sounds country
ems songs are good
it seems like the girls are reaching for something on this cd they
cant quite
hit song wise and vocal wise

seems like on ems songs they almost get it and then just dont
amys songs which are usualy long are to to short
i guess i like the rhythm and beat of the songs but the harmony just
doesnt
seem to be there this time

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> if they had just kept
> re-writing their old songs, i would have dumped them a long time ago,
> because i've always respected that they were artists. and artists grow,
> or die.
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that's the best rant/review i've read on here so far (not that others are
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if they had just kept
re-writing their old songs, i would have dumped them a long time ago,
because i've always respected that they were artists. and artists grow,
or die.


that's the best rant/review i've read on here so far (not that others are bad) but that hits the spot. well, that little excerpt i clipped and the rest of it. very well said!
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subject: re: first listen

and as far as em's music. after cons, i was like, no more em for me. but
this album, wow. the songs get better and better with each listen. the
lyrics are moving, and searching, and mature, and seem to be from a
person who has found peace and control after all of these years. and
yeah, they are awkward in some places, but so what. so are people.
i do believe that these songs are much more sophisticated than anything
they've ever put out. the lyrics show a level of writing most people
never achieve in their careers. and the melodies are complicated and not
pop-i-fied, as in deep but not instantly catchy (okay, amy's songs are
always instantly catchy for me, but not for most). i think em is exactly
where she needs to be here. deconstruction, collecting you, our
deliverance, and ssm are, in my opinion, the best songs she has ever
done.
[jim garvey]
no flames from me i agree with what you are saying. i think emily's
songs on this album are just fantastic. i don't see "andy" in any of
them but "she's saving me" reminds me so much of ghost. am i the only
one who thinks this ???
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and as far as em's music. after cons, i was = like, no more em for me. but this album, wow. the songs get better and better = with each listen. the lyrics are moving, and searching, and mature, and seem to be = from a person who has found peace and control after all of these years. and = yeah, they are awkward in some places, but so what. so are people.

i do believe that these songs are much more sophisticated than anything = they've ever put out. the lyrics show a level of writing most people never = achieve in their careers. and the melodies are complicated and not pop-i-fied, as = in deep but not instantly catchy (okay, amy's songs are always instantly catchy = for me, but not for most). i think em is exactly where she needs to be here. deconstruction, collecting you, our deliverance, and ssm are, in my = opinion, the best songs she has ever done.
[jim garvey]
no flames from me i agree with what you are saying. i think emily's songs on = this album are just fantastic. = i don't see "andy" in any of them but "she's saving = me" reminds me so much of ghost. = am i the only one who thinks this = ???
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date: sun, 17 mar 2002 19:13:12 -0000
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a very happy st. patrick's day to ye all !!
i've taken the liberty of having a guinness in honour of all things
indigo and green.
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date: sun, 17 mar 2002 14:18:44 -0500
reply-to: tim baldwin <havanamoon@juno.com>
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dear friends,
in august of 1999, i traveled east to saratoga springs, ny to see the
indigo girls in concert at the performing arts center there. opening for
them was rose polenzani, a chicago singer-songwriter who had been
recently signed to amy ray's daemon records. afterwards, i met rose and
her accompanist, david 'goody' goodrich, and i bought both of rose's
current cds. included in the package was a 'fresh tracks' sampler which
included tracks by beth amsel, jess klein, erin mckeown, and a number of
other artists, including mark erelli, lori mckenna, pamela means, meghan
toohey, sam pacetti, and kris delmhorst. i later ordered many of their
individual cds from www.folkweb.com <http://www.folkweb.com/> where i also discovered great music
by peter mulvey (goody's primary musical associate), greg greenway,
louise taylor, and many others...
a short while later, rose, erin, jess and beth started touring together
as voices on the verge - over a period of time, they began singing and
playing on each others songs, and thus a group was born (you may have
noticed a similar phenomenon taking place at nietzsche's on any number of
my shows...)
anyone who knows me personally, or who frequents my shows, knows my taste
in music - and people - this promises to be a great show...
the votv show will take place on the back stage with full sound and
lights - i'll be playing with a group of friends on the front stage
before and after votv - please come out and meet some of the rising stars
of 'our' kind of music - ryko doesn't sign just any act y'know...
thanks,
tim
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<http://havanamoon.8m.com/>
'life is what happens while you're making other plans....' john lennon
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date: sun, 17 mar 2002 16:04:11 est
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subject: re: ig on bet jazz
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i was just thinking the same thing..because bet has got to be different that
bet jazz....anyone help?
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i was just thinking the same thing..because bet has got to be different that bet jazz....anyone help?
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date: sun, 17 mar 2002 16:10:03 est
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yes...happy st pattys...the only day when everyone can become irish...or feel
lucky enough! ha...i'll drink one to that..and two because i am part irish.
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yes...happy st pattys...the only day when everyone can become irish...or feel lucky enough! ha...i'll drink one to that..and two because i am part irish.
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date: sun, 17 mar 2002 19:38:27 -0600
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i bought two tckets from a listee and need to get rid of one because i
can't find someone to go to the show with....it's face value...$20.
interested? hurry on! the 21 is this thursday.
peace
barb
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 08:40:59 -0500
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subject: birthdays (march 18th-24th, 2002)
happy hoppy birthday to the following listees!!!!!
march 18 ('73)
junebug@aeneas.net (leigh ann)
march 21 ('73)
carrieb@gladstone.uoregon.edu (carrie christine brogoitti)
march 21
indigoddess19@aol.com (nanci)
march 24 ('64)
pjhoopie@aol.com (pj)
"i come to you with strange fire, i make an offering of love, the
incense of my soul is burned by the fire in my blood"

be well, be safe, and further your life's ambitions to become you. :)
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."
-- jeanette winterson, _written on the body_ (p. 77-78)
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 08:42:23 -0600
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 10:27:41 est
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sheryl wrote,
<< for those in australia - the versions of "strange fire", "indigo
girls", "nomads*indians*saints" and "rites of passage" which were
released with the extra tracks are available locally. >>
i guess i've been too busy to pay attention, because i didn't know the
rereleases contain bonus tracks. are the bonus tracks available as some sort
of compilation?
i don't like idea of having to rebuy all the cds i've had for years!
that's manipulative, exploitative and greedy. it's like greatest hits
collections, when we've been fans of an artist all along, and have
everything, and then a greatest hits record comes out with one or two new
songs on it.
deb
the further in you look, the further out you see... -- sonia rutstein
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 10:18:05 -0600
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there is something seriously wrong with my e-mail this morning. hopefully
this one will come through with a message. here was my original post:
high praise for become you (ha!)
well, to me this is a big deal. i made my husband listen to the new cd in
the car this weekend. we didn't get all the way through it, (we only got to
hope alone) but he said he liked it. and was humming along to become you!
now this is coming from a guy who cringes whenever i mention ig. he
actually liked it. so, i just thought that was so exciting! i think this
cd could really get a lot of radio play if the stations would just give it a
chance. there are so many excellent songs on this cd.
okay, i'm done :)
mi rinda

mi rinda
"and they want to tell you it's a merciful sword, but with all the blood
newly dried in the desert, can we not fertilize the land with something
else? there is no nation by god exempted. lay down your weapons and love
your neighbor as yourself." - emily saliers
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 09:30:17 -0700
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so friday, after reading all the reviews ai thought it was christmas when i
got home. and yet i was perplexed. not only did i get my copy of the new
cd...i got my singer and songwriters ( from the tv add) ...10 cd's...and i
got my new glasses for my bead making work. for a moment i thought bout what
to do...do beads with the new glasses or listen to the cd's...well needless
to say..the cd's won out. i popped the new one in slot 1, the bonus cd in 2
and then some of the s& s in the other slots...i thought i was in heaven,,,,
i love the cd. i loved mof the first time i heard it on a boot about 4 years
ago ..it was 97 i think...so i was excited about it being on this release. i
really love the whole thing.
the s&s is well worth the money as well.
still haven't played with the new glasses cause when i went to on sat with
cd's in the played in the shop i realized i was out of oxygen in my tank and
couldn't use the new torch either...bummer...so i just listened to the
music.
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i got this from the internet:
-scott
fox also had a good weekend in the limited-release arena, as the lesbian romance "kissing jessica stein" pulled in $355,000 from 26 theaters in six cities. the comedy, released by its fox searchlight unit, will add cities over the next few weeks before going national in 400-500 theaters on april 5.
budgeted at under $1 million, the independently made film revolves around a woman who switches teams when she tires of meeting ineligible men. its themes of loneliness and friendship resonated with women of all persuasions, said steve gilula, president of distribution at fox searchlight.
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 13:15:54 -0500
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subject: fw: the view/tivo to pc? is it possible?
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i think i sent this to the wrong place. apologies if it comes here =
twice.
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hi all. i guess this question is for any computer whizzes/geeks that may =
be on this list. i have the view with ig recorded on my tivo. i have =
already transferred it to vhs tape but i am wondering if there is a way =
to get it in it's digital format to my pc. i do not know if this is =
possible at all or if i could manage to do it if it is possible. but i =
have seen some people asking for it and i thought it might be a way to =
distribute it to those who need it.=20
so- anyone who knows-please email me.=20
thanks,
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hi all. i guess this question is for = any computer=20 whizzes/geeks that may be on this list. i have the view with ig recorded = on my=20 tivo. i have already transferred it to vhs tape but i am wondering if = there is a=20 way to get it in it's digital format to my pc. i do not know if this is = possible=20 at all or if i could manage to do it if it is possible. but i have = seen=20 some people asking for it and i thought it might be a way to distribute = it to=20 those who need it.
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 13:24:29 est
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betjazz is an extra station when you get the digital cable package.
the profiles show has about a 10-15min segment w\the girls ... for those of
you who can't get it, i have it on tape:))
shazzi.
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betjazz is an extra station when you get the digital cable package.
the profiles show has about a 10-15min segment w\the girls ... for those of you who can't get it, i have it on tape:))

shazzi.
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 14:13:32 -0500
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hey kids...
so tickets for the indigo girls at the mann center, may 31st went on sale
last friday.
i'm going to pass on seeing them, but i figured some of you guys might
wanna...
neil
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 19:21:22 -0000
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just a query, does anyone have a good mp3 recording of amy singing a solo
song called anyway i love you - i've just heard a fuzzy version and if i
didn;t have good indigo morals i'd kill to play it at my wedding.
thanks a lot
mic
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> hey kids...
>
> so tickets for the indigo girls at the mann center, may 31st went on sale
> last friday.
>
> i'm going to pass on seeing them, but i figured some of you guys might
> wanna...
>
> neil
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> www.sixthst.com <http://www.sixthst.com/>
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 14:02:48 -0800
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subject: people magazine review of become you
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march 14, 2002
become you  
indigo girls (epic)

ice cream may not go with pretzels, but the sweet and salty harmonies of indigo girls emily saliers and amy ray still work brilliantly on their ninth album. three years after rocking out with come on now social, the indigos have returned to (mostly) unplugged arrangements that highlight the perfect vocal mix of the ethereal saliers and gritty ray. acoustic guitars and mandolins take the indigos back to their roots, while organs on a few tracks, such as "moment of forgiveness," a deeply felt single about maturing in a relationship, bring a rounded pop feel to become you.  the indigo girls still have their moments of undergraduate-with- a-petition earnestness ("lay down your weapons and love your neighbor," as they implore on "our deliverance," seems a bit facile these days). yet on the title tune -- on which the atlanta-bred twosome confront the tangled past of the south -- acoustic guitars meet a jaunty pennywhistle for an earthy pep as welcome as an early spring.  bottom line: close to their finest
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 17:34:19 -0500
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hi all....
if anyone out there would possibly have one extra ticket for the
youngstown show tonight, i would be forever in your debt. please write back
asap or call me at 734-837-4001. (will only check mail until 6:00 p.m. have
2 hour drive to youngstown)
any assistant would be more than appreciative.
many thanks,
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hiya,
thanks to a tip off from jen, here is the transcript of an interview
with the girls from bbc ceefax, page 568 (for those in the uk)...

indigo girls - music, activism, the lot, by michael hubbard.
atlanta's trailblazing duo the indigo girls have just released a new
album entitled become you.
amy ray and emily saliers are as well known in the us for their
campaigning social and political agenda as for their guitar-driven
folk-country music.
seventeen years after their debut, become you, is cause for a uk tour -
which is the duo's first in years.
we caught up with the girls at their london hotel for tea and a
natter...
compared to your other albums, how does become you differ?
emily: there's less production on it. it doesn't have loops or samples
and it's very organic. some people say it feels a little rootsy,
perhaps due to production simplicity.
you each write you own songs on your albums. why don't you write
together?
emily: we have different sensibilities and might use different chords.
we arrange the songs instrumentally together. we have collaborated
before, but this is just the natural way in which we operate.
you're here for the first time in years. what do you like about the uk?
amy: tea! and our bass and keyboard players are from here. we're tied
into a community. and the interviews are usually better over here.
they're more provocative than in the us
emily: i love some of the history. like the bloomsbury group. i'm a
virginia woolf fan. and i love our fans from here. they're very loyal.
you are known for being campaigning musicians with a social and
political agenda. how do you prefer to be known?
emily: it doesn't matter to me how we are known. but it has changed
people's perceptions of us, i think. not many musicians in the usa are
politically or socially active, but it's part of who we are.
our music and activist work are married, and we've used our music to
provide education and information. if people are interested, that's
great.
how has your sexuality impacted upon your career and reactions to you?
amy: in the mainstream rock press and radio it has really influenced
things. for instance, we walk into a radio station and the music
director doesn't feel an affinity to us on a level of sexuality, because
he's not looking at us as potential prey. i was told by one that rock
was about boys and guitars and boys wanting women, not about women
playing guitars. he just said it!
how did indigo girls start?
emily: we met at elementary school. i was 10, amy was 9. we were both
in the chorus and became friends, playing for our english class, then
moving on to play gigs. we made a decision to make a career.
amy: i remember seeing emily at lunch in the school cafeteria playing
guitar with all her friends gathered round her - it was pretty neat.
you've toured lots, but is there somewhere you'd still like to go?
emily: asia, africa...
amy: we'd like to go on vacation!
before the manics did it, you toured cuba. what did you make of the
place?
amy: the musicians are unbelievable. i felt like i was always trying
to catch up and figure out where the down beat was. there's so much
support for music from the government, but some forms of non-traditional
music don't get exposure over there. everyone is much more expressive
and the literacy rate is 95 per cent.
emily: there are no billboards or things for sale anywhere.
amy: we heard some of the world's best percussionists in one small
area. you can go round the corner to a tiny club and hear the best band
you have ever heard in terms of their soul and their musicianship. it
was really inspiring. and we were very privileged to hear it.
10 years on, will indigo girls be going for the foreseeable future?
emily: i still love it. i hope so.
amy: there's so many experiences in life to be had but not to the
exclusion of indigo girls. these experiences add new facets to what we
do together.
the new album by the indigo girls, become you, released on epic records,
is available in the shops now.
claudine
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hey, i work at a grocery store, between classes, and today when i was at work, i got a ten dollar bill that had written on it "faye tucker april 6, 1999" so of course i thought of the song. i don't know what the date corresponds to. execution date? (i'll claim i was too young to know dates then:) or why someone would write that on a ten dollar bill, but, yeah. that's my story and i'm sticking to it. <br />
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<i style=3d"mso-bidi-font-style: normal">no flam= es from me i agree with what you are saying. i think emily=e2=80=99s s= ongs on this album are just fantastic. i don=e2=80=99t see =e2=80=9can= dy=e2=80=9d in any of them but =e2=80=9cshe=e2=80=99s saving me=e2=80=9d rem= inds me so much of ghost. am i the only one who thinks this ???=
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she's saving me reminds me as much of ghost as elian gonzalaze reminds m= e of grape nuts.=20

in which way do you hear it? the only two things they have in common is=20= that emilly wrote 'em and they're slow.=20

joe
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she's saving me reminds me as much of ghost as elian gonzalaze reminds m= e of grape nuts.=20

in which way do you hear it? the only two things they have in common is=20= that emilly wrote 'em and they're slow.=20

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least complicated
land of canaan
collecting you
ozzaline
power of two
become you
deconstruction
shame on you
cold beer and remote control
yield
closer to fine
starkville
get out the map
chickenman/bitteroot
shes saving me
gone again
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moment of forgiveness
our deliverence
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date: mon, 18 mar 2002 21:34:26 -0800
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<ice cream may not go with pretzels>
guess someone forgot to tell the folks at ben and
jerry's this! :)
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if any kind soul is able to burn volumes 1-3 for me please email me
privately! thanks- jen
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hey folks,
so my very serious question about the new album is... did amy
mispronounce any place names? spokane, melbourne... is
starkville really clarkville? what about all the names in
"nuevo senorita"? she must have got *something* wrong...
:)
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hey,
i just returned from san francisco, and tonight i am off on the midwest tour
(three shows: chicago, minneapolis, and madison; skipping indianapolis).
anyway, after i return from the chicago show (tonight), i am (hoping to)
tallying up the votes for your two fave songs from become you. i was
surprised to find that only 25 people voted while i was away.
get your vote in! here's what you need to do:
send an e-mail to indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com with your two favorite become
you songs in the subject field (that way i don't need to open the e-mail).
be sure to use the indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com e-mail address and not this
one.
ohhh, the youngstown show setlist looked great. hope they play land of
canaan tonight. it has been a while since i've heard that live. :)
:-) karen
ps- see some of you midwest people in the next few days. come over and say
hi. i'm the short one with the eyebrow ring. i'll most likely be sitting on
a blue blanket with my cell phone in hand (an indigo cover with stars and
moons). :) have no clue what i'll be wearing to each show...
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hey,

i just returned from san francisco, and tonight i am off on the midwest tour (three shows: chicago, minneapolis, and madison; skipping indianapolis). anyway, after i return from the chicago show (tonight), i am (hoping to) tallying up the votes for your two fave songs from become you. i was surprised to find that only 25 people voted while i was away.

get your vote in! here's what you need to do:

send an e-mail to indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com with your two favorite become you songs in the subject field (that way i don't need to open the e-mail). be sure to use the indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com e-mail address and not this one.

ohhh, the youngstown show setlist looked great. hope they play land of canaan tonight. it has been a while since i've heard that live. :)

:-) karen

ps- see some of you midwest people in the next few days. come over and say hi. i'm the short one with the eyebrow ring. i'll most likely be sitting on a blue blanket with my cell phone in hand (an indigo cover with stars and moons). :) have no clue what i'll be wearing to each show...
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hi y'all. my husband is going to the ig concert with me tonight though he's not much of an ig fan. but he would like to skip the opening band. the tix said concert starts at 8pm. does ig actually come on 8pm or just the opening bands? thanks!
peace,
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date: tue, 19 mar 2002 10:36:24 est
reply-to: indigokare@aol.com
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from: "karen r." <indigokare@aol.com>
subject: last minute: chicago ticket
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hi,
i have one extra ticket for the chicago show tonight. a friend can not make
it. however, i am leaving very soon. if you want the ticket, come find me
in line. remember: i am short (5ft), blue eyes, wavy brown hair, eyebrow
ring. first come, first served.
:-) karen
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hi,

i have one extra ticket for the chicago show tonight. a friend can not make it. however, i am leaving very soon. if you want the ticket, come find me in line. remember: i am short (5ft), blue eyes, wavy brown hair, eyebrow ring. first come, first served.

:-) karen
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date: tue, 19 mar 2002 12:28:17 -0500
reply-to: madonajk <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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from: madonajk <madonajk@alpha.delta.edu>
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>===== original message from davidc@concertposters.com =====
hi there,
in the past i have sent you notifications on meatloaf concert posters,
unfortunately there were none for this artist. i have just added over
400 new concert posters to the site here at legends and thought
you
might be interested in viewing a few. these posters are from the
70's through the 90's..to make this easy for you to view, click each
line seperately. aol & webtv users may have to cut and paste the
url into the location box. supplies are limited. i want to make sure
that my meatloaf customers get first grabs at these. while i get my
database re-designed you might get a few of these depending on
how many artist data bases you are on.while i get my database re-
designed you might get a few of these depending on how many
artist data bases you are on.
to view current items by this artist simply click on the link below..
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?actid=333>
no doubt
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ndoubt1>
alien ant farm
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ant1>
albert king
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bbking5>
alice cooper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=alice11>
allman brothers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=allman5>
allman brothers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=allman18>
allman brothers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=allman14>
allman brothers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead70>
isle of wight
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=wight1>
the band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=band7>
the band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=band3>
the band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=band10>
bb king
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bbking5>
bb king
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bbking4>
bb king
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bbking1>
ben harper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=benharp7>
ben harper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=benharp6>
ben harper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=benharp3>
ben harper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=benharp2>
ben harper
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=benharp10>
big head todd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bigtodd2>
bob mould
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=bobmoul1>
bonnie raitt
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=braitt6>
bonnie raitt
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=braitt4>
bonnie raitt
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=braitt2>
canned heat
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
canned heat
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=canned7>
the cardigans
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=card1>
chris isaak
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=cisaak1>
counting crows
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ccrows7>
counting crows
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ccrows6>
counting crows
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ccrows1>
commander cody
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=cody7>
commander cody
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=poco1>
cowboy junkies
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=townes1>
the cramps
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=cramps7>
the cramps
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=cramps6>
csn&y
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=csny1>
cheap trick
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ctrick3>
david bromberg
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davbrom1>
david bromberg
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davbrom2>
david grisman
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davgris8>
david grisman
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davgris6>
dave matthews band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davmat1>
dave matthews band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=davmat6>
dave matthews band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=horde1>
dennis brown
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=dbrown1>
karl denson
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=denson1>
devo
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=genesis3>
dionsauers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=dino1>
dire straits
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=dire1>
cream
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=cream3>
frank zappa
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=fzappa9>
frank zappa
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=fzappa7>
frank zappa
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=fzappa5>
frank zappa
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=fzappa8>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead57>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead60>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead63>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead64>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead50>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead67>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead69>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead70>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead7>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jerrgar4>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jerrgar1>
george thorogood
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=allman13>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead57>
grateful dead & jerry garcia
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gdead57>
grand funk
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=gfunk4>
green day
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=grenday5>
hair
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=hair2>
harry chapin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=harchap1>
hot tuna
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jerrgar6>
hot tuna
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rstone15>
hot tuna
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=hottuna1>
indigo girls
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=indigo9>
indigo girls
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=indigo7>
indigo girls
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=indigo2>
humble pie
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=humble1>
james gang
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=who11>
james taylor
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jamtay1>
jeff beck
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=who15>
jefferson starship
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jefstar1>
jimmy buffett
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jimbuf14>
jimmy buffett
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jimbuf11>
jimmy buffett
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jimbuf12>
jimi hendrix
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jimihen3>
jerry jeff walker
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jjeff5>
joan jett
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police2>
john lee hooker
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=johnlee7>
john mayall
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=fleetm14>
joni mitchell
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=wight1>
journey
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=journey1>
journey
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=journey4>
jethro tull
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=jtull5>
kansas
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=kansas2>
kiss
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=kiss1>
korn
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=korn1>
led zeppelin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep11>
led zeppelin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep12>
led zeppelin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
led zeppelin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rolant10>
phil lesh
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=lesh1>
phil lesh
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=lesh5>
phil lesh
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=lesh6>
live
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=live5>
laura nyro
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=band7>
lynyrd skynyrd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rstone15>
mike bloomfield
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=mbloom2>
moody blues
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
moody blues
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=mblues5>
moody blues
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=mblues2>
melissa etheridge
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=meleth10>
melissa etheridge
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=meleth1>
melissa etheridge
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=meleth2>
melissa etheridge
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=meleth8>
metallica
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=metallc9>
molly hatchet
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=mhatch3>
moe
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=moe1>
no doubt
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ndoubt4>
the outlaws
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=outlaw1>
the outlaws
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=outlaw2>
the outlaws
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=outlaw3>
widespread panic
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=panic1>
widespread panic
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=panic2>
widespread panic
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=panic3>
patti smith
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=patsmth3>
pete townssend
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pettown1>
phantom of the opera
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=phantom6>
phil collins
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=philco6>
phil collins
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=philco7>
the pixies
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pix2>
pink floyd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pink22>
pink floyd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pink10>
pink floyd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pink16>
pink floyd
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
poco
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=poco1>
poco
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=poco8>
police
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police8>
police
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police7>
police
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police3>
police
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police2>
police
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=police1>
the pogues
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pogues3>
quarterflash
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=qflash3>
rage against the machine
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rage2>
ratdog
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ratdog3>
ratdog
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ratdog1>
ramones
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ram5>
rascals
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rascal1>
ray davies
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=raydav1>
reba mcentire
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=getgun1>
red hot chili peppers
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=redhot7>
rev. horton heat
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rheat2>
robert cray
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=robcray5>
rolling stones
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rstone15>
rush
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=rush7>
santana
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=santan11>
santana
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=santan24>
santana
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
scorpions
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=scorp1>
sinead o' connor
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=sincon1>
smashing pumpkins
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=smashp8>
smashing pumpkins
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=smashp6>
smashing pumpkins
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=smashp11>
smithereens
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=smith1>
sons of champlin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=canned7>
sons of champlin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=poco1>
sons of champlin
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=sons3>
soul coughing
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=soulc1>
soul coughing
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=soulc3>
stevie ray vaughan
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=srv11>
steppenwolf
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep5>
steve miller band
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=pink22>
stephen stills
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=stills3>
stephen stills
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=stills7>
suzanne vega
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=svega1>
taj mahal
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=taj5>
the the
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=thethe1>
todd rundgren
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep12>
todd rundgren
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=ledzep11>
todd rundgren
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=toddr4>
tom petty
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=tompet14>
tori amos
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=toria17>
tori amos
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=toriamo7>
townes van zant
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=townes1>
travis
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=travis1>
uriah heep
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=foghat4>
los van van
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=vanvan1>
los van van
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=vanvan2>
verve
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=verve1>
war
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=war1>
ween
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=foofigh4>
who
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=who15>
who
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=who11>
willie nelson
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=willie9>
willie nelson
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=willie11>
willie nelson
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=willie12>
woody guthrie
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=woodyg1>
warren zevon
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=wzwvon1>
ziggy marley
<http://www.concertposters.com/artifact.asp?postfile=zmarley4>
remember, if you change isp (internet service provider) and/or email address,
don't forget to notify us so i can keep you updated on the most current items
as they are posted. this is especially important for .edu & .org
& hotmail.com customers..
thanks again for your support and business.
david cutter
legends concert posters.
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date: tue, 19 mar 2002 11:19:55 -0600
reply-to: jude hunter <hunterj_one@msn.com>
sender: indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org>
from: jude hunter <hunterj_one@msn.com>
subject: re: first listen and grape nuts :) i see the connection
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<<she's saving me reminds me as much of ghost as elian gonzalaze reminds =
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strange you should mention that, joe. in 1995, list members were trying =
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date: tue, 19 mar 2002 12:38:54 -0500
reply-to: chris becker <becker@dean.com>
sender: indigo girls mailing list <indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org>
from: chris becker <becker@dean.com>
subject: re: first listen and grape nuts :) i see the connection
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><<she's saving me reminds me as much of ghost as elian gonzalaze
>reminds me of grape nuts.>>
>
>strange you should mention that, joe. in 1995, list members were
>trying to devise a ben & jerry's flavor for the indigo girls like
>cherry garcia for that fatal member of the dead. two of the
>ingredients were blueberries and grape nuts =).
i never liked the idea of grape nuts in "indigo swirls" -- too
sterotypical when people still refer to the girls in sentences with
"earth mother."
seven years later i still standby my strawberry and blueberry swirls
in vanilla ice cream with chocolate covered blueberries. if b&j
doesn't want it, how about edy's dreamery....
-- chris
p.s. for the record, i'm ticked that they did "phish food." how
many times did phish headline they (formerly) b&j nff? not to
mention i though the mix was pretty lame...
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-- chris
p.s. for the record, i'm ticked that they did "phish food." how
many times did phish headline they (formerly) b&j nff? not to
mention i though the mix was pretty lame...
ok.... ok... ok..
i'm gaining composure...

how can anyone say anything bad about phish food!!!
you communist terriorist bastard!
ok... ok....ok.....
ok... i'm back... sorry for the out burst......
arrrrgggg!!!!!!
joe,
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-- chris

p.s. for the record, i'm ticked that they did "phish food." how
many times did phish headline they (formerly) b&j nff? not to
mention i though the mix was pretty lame...

ok.... ok... ok..

i'm gaining composure...


how can anyone say anything bad about phish food!!!

you communist terriorist bastard!

ok... ok....ok.....

ok... i'm back... sorry for the out burst......

arrrrgggg!!!!!!

joe,
manhattan,ny
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thanks bettyann for posting the setlist. an incredible night this was. i
went into this show thinking of 8 or so songs i needed to hear (i just had
to hear them) and they played all but rottentail. as soon as amy started
that classic shuffle during ozilline, i knew the night was going to be
special.
amy and emily both looked great and in good spirit. both have lost a lot of
weight and it appears they have this new vigor about them. so confident.
this is going to be an incredible summer. gotta save up those vacation days.
michele mallone opened up and she was great as always. i marked the tunes
below she sung with the girls (i think i got them all).
well, as i thought, the new songs are really good live. especially the emily
tunes, although since i've been listening non-stop to the new album, its
grown on me to the point that the only song i can't get into is you got to
show. the full acoustic, stripped down sound makes become you, yield and
bitterroot much more enjoyable although become you is a little too fast
live.......slow down amy (love the harmonica on this one though)! all of
emily's tunes really shine live and its a shame that they don't have that
same feel on record (but only *slightly* less). i understand that the
records are "produced" and we'll never get a fully acoustic record (no
drums, etc), but it doesn't do them justice and that is the part that is too
bad (however i think both sots and cons where excellent records that
represented their sound pretty well). they are clearly a "live" band.
most didn't know the new stuff or if they did there was little reaction,
lots of clapping at the end though (there where a few loud cheers at the
start of a couple of emily's tunes). they started at about 9:20 and got off
just shy of 11pm. amy told us a little story how she started in ny and her
flights kept getting canceled/changed but she made it safely (and was
*searched* a lot, which was a good thing she said). she also mispoke the
first line of starkville and abruptly stopped and was saying outloud to
herself something like "now that ain't the lyric". it was funny. emily just
started over and was smiling.........
all and all, a fabulous night, a tight performance and the drive was only
2.5 hours so i'm not too tired today. have fun at the upcoming shows
everyone. don't miss them if you can get to a show.
dpm.
>least complicated
>land of canaan
>collecting you
>ozzaline (w/mm)
>power of two
>become you
>deconstruction
>shame on you (w/mm)
>cold beer and remote control
>yield
>closer to fine
>starkville
>get out the map
>chickenman/bitteroot (w/mm)
>shes saving me
>gone again (w/mm)
>galileo
>------------------------------
>encores
>moment of forgiveness (w/mm)
>our deliverence
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i already forwarded a setlist.
michele malone opened the show and played for 45 minutes. she was funny
and talkative and threw candy out to us. her voice and guitar/harmonica
playing was excellent. she ended her set with "i've go a brand new dream
and your not in it", which everyone seemed to enjoy and possibly relate
to!
the indigo girls took the stage at 925pm. there was no band but michele
would join them occasionally for certain songs. amy seemed really up for
the show. very smiley and even she thought it was funny when she forgot
the opening lines to her song starkville. they both sounded great and
emilys voice, which sometimes to me seems thin and strained on certain
songs on the cd, was beautiful live. she also kicked serious butt on the
guitar. i am always amazed by the amount of music that can come from
just two guitars. i dont even miss drums or keyboards. i think the crowd
was very respectful during the slow songs. i was near the stage and
could not believe how quiet it got at times. unfortunately, shes saving
me, was the only song i heard people talking. but it was late in the set
and i guess folks were getting restless. they came out for a 2 song
encore and even after emily had walked off stage, amy stood there waving
and thanking everyone.
for anyone who coudnt make it to this show they did promise to swing
thru this area again during the summer with the band. that could mean a
pittsburgh or cleveland show.
bettyann
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come and get it...face value ($20 includes ticketmaster ticket+service
charge.)
two days left.
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"indigo girls with their band"
5/29/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/30/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/31/2002 mann center philadelphia pa
6/1/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/2/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/4/2002 radio city music hall new york ny
6/8/2002 pine knob detroit mi
6/13/2002 amsouth amphitheatre nashville tn
6/14/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
6/15/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
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in a message dated 3/19/02 5:59:21 am eastern standard time,
sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

>
>
>
>
>
> hey folks,
>
> so my very serious question about the new album is... did amy
> mispronounce any place names? spokane, melbourne... is
> starkville really clarkville? what about all the names in
> "nuevo senorita"? she must have got *something* wrong...
>
i love this question... where is starkville, i looked up four, pennsylvania,
colorado, new york, and mississippi.... which one is she talking about...
and how bout the other places they've been in songs...
austin - chicken man
the atlanta airport in leaving
we saw the london skyline in - land of cannan
spokane, olympia (capital lake) in washington during "hey kind friend"
heck we go to heven in -secure yourself
anyone wanna take on this?

joe
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in a message dated 3/19/02 5:59:21 am eastern standard time, sherlyn@fl.net.au writes:

hey folks,

so my very serious question about the new album is... did amy
mispronounce any place names? spokane, melbourne... is
starkville really clarkville? what about all the names in
"nuevo senorita"? she must have got *something* wrong...


i love this question... where is starkville, i looked up four, pennsylvania, colorado, new york, and mississippi.... which one is she talking about...

and how bout the other places they've been in songs...

austin - chicken man
the atlanta airport in leaving
we saw the london skyline in - land of cannan
spokane, olympia (capital lake) in washington during "hey kind friend"
heck we go to heven in -secure yourself

anyone wanna take on this?


joe
manhattan,ny

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haha.
i had similar thoughts, but kept them to myself. phish food is my favorite ice cream.
do you think maybe one of the reasons to pick phish instead of ig is for marketing purposes?? i mean, by using phish, they can use little chocolate fishies in the ice cream. i'll admit it. i like the little chocolate fishies.
joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com> wrote: ok... i'm back... sorry for the out burst......
arrrrgggg!!!!!!
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<p> haha.
<p>i had similar thoughts, but kept them to myself.  phish food is my favorite ice cream.
<p>do you think maybe one of the reasons to pick phish instead of ig is for marketing purposes??  i mean, by using phish, they can use little chocolate fishies in the ice cream.  i'll admit it.  i like the little chocolate fishies.  <img src="<http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mesg/tsmileys/4.gif>">
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<p>  <b><i>joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com></i></b> wrote:
<blockquote style="padding-left: 5px; margin-left: 5px; border-left: #1010ff 2px solid"><font face=arial,helvetica><font lang=0 face=arial color=#000000 size=3 family="sansserif">ok... i'm back... sorry for the out burst...... <br><br></font><font lang=0 face=arial color=#000000 size=7 family="sansserif">arrrrgggg!!!!!!</font><font lang=0 face=arial color=#000000 size=2 family="sansserif"> <br><br>joe, <br>manhattan,ny</font> </blockquote></font><p><br><hr size=1><b>do you yahoo!?</b><br>
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that's right when the girls come to mpls they will do an in studio
appearance at the cities 97
fm at approx 5pm .ffi: dana@rcam.com
i'm assuming that's 5pm ct but i'm not sure.
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on a somewhat related subject i remember going to b&j
nff the first time they had phish sticks. a friend of
mine bought one and told us about it. my sister and i
thought that she had bought fish sticks, and were like
"fish sticks at nff?"
lol
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[i know it's a week ago already, but i'm just now reading my ig mail for the
first time in a week.]
dee yellowlees had arranged for me to get a ticket from marian rowan --
[thanks to both of you] -- but i didn't know what either one of them looked like
so i kind of stressed out about how to hook up with them. i got there around
5:30p and i left marian a couple of messages on her cell phone but i still
couldn't find her in line. finally, i just walked up and down the line with a
sign that said "marian rowan" on it and even that didn't work. i saw catherine
spinale up at the front and she knew who dee was so i finally hooked up with
them.
the guy from the venue made an announcement later that you had to be with the
party who had ordered the ticket or else you couldn't get in. that had been a
concern of mine and it further stressed me out; but dee assured me that they had
put the ticket in my own name [which it was] so i didn't have to worry about
breaking in line up front where they and people who'd camped out overnight were.
standing in line next to me was a woman named emily who said she had just
recovered from pneumonia and was worried about standing out in the rain. it was
still only 6pm so i told her to just wait in her car and i'd hold her spot for
her, but she was holding a spot for 6 friends of her own and she was, perhaps,
overdramatizing how seriously sick she was. she considered herself an obsessive
fan having seen ig 15 times and having arrived at walmart at 6:45a on tuesday to
get become you as soon as possible. i said i was afraid to tell her how many ig
shows i've been to [i've lost count] but i let her know about midnight mondays
at tower records. she had an interesting set of friends. they all seemed to be
lawyers. one of them, natalie, described having called up russell carter and
saying she was interested in entertainment law and being invited to his office
for an interview. she described him as a fortysomething (clearly over the hill
to her) hippie type who wasn't all that interested in talking to her because his
computer had just broken down. he told her that entertainment law wasn't all
that interesting because there wasn't a lot to do most of the time.
it's been a week now (and i've watched a ton of basketball games in between)
so the concert itself is a bit fuzzy.
gerard mchugh and the (?) (featuring latter-day ejs member candi jiosne)
played about 6 songs. for one song, "american dinner party", they had some
people come out on stage and act out the song. for another one, "(high speed
police chase?)" they had two women doing a cops and robbers chase scene on
stage. also, for one other song, there were two women interpretive dancers. i
haven't seen him play live in a long time and i didn't remember his being so
weird. nice to see candi is still out there playing -- she's a good guitarist
and singer.
generally, everything sounded better live than on the cd. the crowd sang
along so strongly with the familiar favorites that it was kind of overwhelming.
they were totally quiet during the unfamiliar new songs, which was good. emily
made a nice statement before singing "philosophy of loss" dedicated to her
parents. of note was (for the first time?) a song where amy played lead
(whatever the giant mandolin is called) on an emily song -- i think it was "our
deliverance". it was a simply picked one-note melody, but i don't ever recall
another case where they've arranged an emily song that way. that's probably
post-stag confidence from amy after having to compose lead guitar parts on her
solo album.
i spoke to mike cunningham in the crowd up front before they started playing
and i met indigokare in the crowd out front. it's never a bad show when you get
to see them live in a venue like variety playhouse.
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[i've been preoccupied with the ncaa tournament, so i'm just now getting around
to this. -- ron]
overall, it's not the greatest batch of songs. i rarely like the recorded
versions of their songs anymore, anyway, so i wasn't surprised by that
continuing.
moment of forgiveness
i'd never have released this as a single (but i'm not sure there's anything
else on this sleepy album that's a radio hit, anyway). i like the new bridge.
amy wrote a new bridge for "go" as well by the time it got recorded; maybe
that's a new thing for her.
deconstruction
my favorite song here by emily. always like her voice over piano
accompaniment. they slowed this down from the live demo version on that "become
you preview" boot -- [thanks again to bonnie parks]. nice harmony vocals from
amy.
become you
the melody doesn't match the subject matter to me for some reason -- too
cheery. does anybody know what the phrase "the center holds" refers to? that
sounds like a specific reference to something, but i don't know what it is. i
think i might like this song better if she had found a way to get her point
across exclusively in the first person (the way emily did with "cold beer and
remote control"). by admonishing "you", it doesn't work as well. in answer to
an earlier question, i thought it was already pointed out that "i" refers to the
confederate flag (which was a prominent part of the georgia state flag until
they recently replaced it with a hideous monstrosity by committee flag that
still has a mini-version of the old flag on it at the bottom).
you've got to show
nice enough, but not a song that will stay with me over time. the sax doesn't
bother me.
yield
ok song, ok track.
collecting you
an ode to stalking -- now there's a good idea. maybe it's just using the
vocabulary of stalking to describe a relationship. it's actually the peppiest
track on the whole album. again, it's a happy-sounding melody with an ominous
lyric -- weird.
hope alone
the sweetest, ethereal backing vocals from amy. makes me miss the one time
she sang lead on an emily-penned song, "crazy game". she can't write that kind
of thing for herself, but she has the ability to cover that style really well.
bitterroot
cute enough, but a slight song at best.
our deliverance
the intro reminds me of "there is power in a union" (an old civil war song
redone as a pro-labor anthem in the '80s by billy bragg). i like the "little
green plastic soldiers" imagery (although i'm probably not all that pacifist
with respect to the current world situation).
starkville
my biggest peeve. after hearing the great live version of this song on that
"become you preview", this studio version is a big disappointment. it's like
peter collins doesn't even understand why ig is good. the best thing about the
live version of this song -- the best thing -- is amy's rhythm; it's great. but
i don't even think she's playing guitar at all on the studio version. instead,
there's this metronome-perfect tapping drum beat that robs the track of any kind
of dramatic passion. emily's great guitar work isn't even especially featured
in the mix. this is by far my favorite of all the new songs, but they butchered
the recording.
she's saving me
another sleepy song, but actually not that bad of a recording. the blending
of their voices sounds great here.
nuevas senoritas
"i said, 'fiesta', not 'siesta'!!!" the ultimate sleepy track. amy sounds
like she just woke up. clearly, they purposely slowed it down but i don't get
why. maybe they're trying to conjure up a slower pace of life below the border?
does even less for me than it did before.
as time goes by, i doubt that many of these will be among my favorite ig
songs. "starkville" live is great, but if i make a mix tape, i won't use this
version of it.
ron
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these were just listed on the official ig site. thought you'd all be
interested. :)

5/29/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/30/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/31/2002 mann center philadelphia pa
6/1/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/2/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/4/2002 radio city music hall new york ny
6/8/2002 pine knob detroit mi
6/13/2002 amsouth amphitheatre nashville tn
6/14/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
6/15/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
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arizona!!!! please!!!!!!!!!!!!
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"indigo girls with their band"
5/29/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/30/2002 wolftrap washington dc
5/31/2002 mann center philadelphia pa
6/1/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/2/2002 fleet pavilion boston ma
6/4/2002 radio city music hall new york ny
6/8/2002 pine knob detroit mi
6/13/2002 amsouth amphitheatre nashville tn
6/14/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
6/15/2002 chastain amphitheatre atlanta ga
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don't forget darwin's theory in anchorage, alaska...a cute little tucked
away local's bar.
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>become you
>does anybody know what the phrase "the center holds" refers to? that
>sounds like a specific reference to something, but i don't know what it is.


the second coming by william butler yeats
turning and turning in the widening gyre
the falcon cannot hear the falconer;
things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
the blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
the ceremony of innocence is drowned;
the best lack all conviction, while the worst
are full of passionate intensity.
surely some revelation is at hand;
surely the second coming is at hand.
the second coming! hardly are those words out
when a vast image out of spiritus mundi
troubles my sight: somewhere in sands of the desert
a shape with lion body and the head of a man,
a gaze blank and pitiless as the sun,
is moving its slow thighs, while all about it
reel shadows of the indignant desert birds.
the darkness drops again; but now i know
that twenty centuries of stony sleep
were vexed to nightmare by a rocking cradle,
and what rough beast, its hour come round at last,
slouches towards bethlehem to be born?

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that big mandolin is actually a mandola, although referred to it as a
bazouki. bazoukis have a more bowl shaped back and this one is flatter. its
a cool sound.

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pure indigo
their new cd ranks among the indigo girls' finest work
by steve gdula
there's something about the "we're just like you" attitude of amy ray
and emily saliers that makes the idea of putting the indigo girls on a
pedestal seem a little silly. they've felt the same growing pains that we
have ("closer to fine"), pursued similar ideals ("hammer and a nail"), and
known the same despair (the epic swamp ophelia cd) as the rest of us.
they've struck common chords with their uncommon talent - creating lyrical
work that has been our mirror one minute, our confessional the next - all
the while pushing the boundaries of their "folk music" tag as they've
swerved down different musical trails and taken us along for the ride.
the ninth indigo girls album, become you, is as musically and lyrically
honest as ever. the dozen new tracks take the band back to their acoustic
roots and are split evenly, with six compositions by amy and six by emily.
amy's "moment of forgiveness" rolls on a soulful keyboard line that infuses
the song with gospel fervor. likewise, her title track, "become you," is
buoyed along by a bright accordion that belies the song's sober message (a
call for intolerant types to do some soul-searching). emily's "you've got
to show," a sophisticated and memorable melody, is one of her most
accomplished compositions, and "she's saving me" swoons with all the
pleasure and heartache that rushes in with the realization and admission
that you're falling in love. even after nearly two decades of performing
together, amy and emily have still found new ways for their harmonies to be
more compelling and more complementary that ever ("collecting you").
become you is the kind of career highlight that is hard for a band to
top. but we won't be surprised when the indigo girls' next effort is every
bit as good as this. we expect that from them. after all, setting and
living up to a standard is what legends do.
gdula is a afreelance writer who has also written or the washington post
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i recall hearing amy say it was starkville, miss. but i don't remember if that was an interview or a concert.

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i love this question... where is starkville, i looked up four, pennsylvania,
colorado, new york, and mississippi.... which one is she talking about..
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way way ahead...
sat 08/31/02 asheville, nc biltmore estates
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does anyone know when these are supposed to go onsale??? (mainly the dc =
show...i am so so so excited - havent seen them in forever!!!!)
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hey, list... doing my semi-annual delurk.
i've given by a couple of listens, and i'm still having mixed feelings.
but... i'm also having mixed hearing! (which isn't a big surprise. i'm still
laughing over emily singing "these mammaries we'll trace..." in gotm.) (yeah,
i know. i'm easily amused.)
so... what are your favorite misheard lines?
mine, at this point --
"we can't afford the warranty" from by. i swear she said, "...we can't afford
the war and tea."
"the pleading prayer and hairshirt sting..." from collecting you? "the
bleeding pair and hirsute sing..."
(and i'm still having bad "magic bus" moments on by. thanks, neil.)
regards, regards --- robin
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in starkville, though i don't know it for a fact, i just feel like she is
talking about starkville, ms. that is where ole miss university is, and it
seems to fit into the context of the song. you hear a lot about starkville
here in alabama. also, amy mentioned in 'sister' that she was "heading out
of alabama", and she was on the natchez trace in starkville as well. in
florence, al, where i live, the natchez trace is a beautiful place to go on
sunday afternoons, and would be great for a mototcycle ride!
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in starkville, though i don't know it for a fact, i just feel like she is talking about starkville, ms. that is where ole miss university is, and it seems to fit into the context of the song. you hear a lot about starkville here in alabama. also, amy mentioned in 'sister' that she was "heading out of alabama", and she was on the natchez trace in starkville as well. in florence, al, where i live, the natchez trace is a beautiful place to go on sunday afternoons, and would be great for a mototcycle ride!
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> in starkville, though i don't know it for a fact, i just feel like she is
> talking about starkville, ms. that is where ole miss university is,
ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my bad...;-)
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in starkville, though i don't know it for a fact, i just feel like she is talking about starkville, ms. that is where ole miss university is,


ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my bad...;-)
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hiya,
ok, so the chicago show was awesome! wonderful. i was first (yes, first,
not second) in line. arrived at 9am. i was right up aganist the stage on
emily's side. what an awesome night. i don't remember the exact setlist,
but i do remember: virginia woolf (closed with it instead of our
delivarance!!!), the wood song (cathy spinale, for you!!!), reunion, johnny
rottentale, deconstruction, power of 2, become you, starkville, yield,
galileo, c2f, gone again, gotm, shame on you, collecting you,
chickenman/bitterroot moment of forgiveness... and i'm drawing a blank. no,
i did not write down the setlist this time. my friend was handed a copy
(from sulli), and the original had devotion on it. but they also added a lot.
anyway, what a great night. i am looking forward to minneapolis (though the
high will only be 19 on thursday. heeeelp!!!) and madison too :) and i am
hoping for some summer dates in california (amy told me they'd play the
greek!), oregon, washington, and nevada. west coast all the way!!!
so anyway, i am extending the vote for your two favorite songs from become
you. come on, i want to hear what you think. vote by wednesday at 8am pst
(11am out east, 10am in the midwest, and 9am in the mountains). last time i
got over 400 votes. this time, i am not even at 100! :)
so if you have not already voted, send an e-mail to
indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com (not this aol address) with your top two become
you songs in the subject field. even if you are a lurker (haha! not only
you, chris!), please vote. it would be great if everyone voted.
ok, goodnight. i'll see many of you in minneapolis and madison (my last 2
this tour...)
:-) karen
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hiya,

ok, so the chicago show was awesome! wonderful. i was first (yes, first, not second) in line. arrived at 9am. i was right up aganist the stage on emily's side. what an awesome night. i don't remember the exact setlist, but i do remember: virginia woolf (closed with it instead of our delivarance!!!), the wood song (cathy spinale, for you!!!), reunion, johnny rottentale, deconstruction, power of 2, become you, starkville, yield, galileo, c2f, gone again, gotm, shame on you, collecting you, chickenman/bitterroot moment of forgiveness... and i'm drawing a blank. no, i did not write down the setlist this time. my friend was handed a copy (from sulli), and the original had devotion on it. but they also added a lot.

anyway, what a great night. i am looking forward to minneapolis (though the high will only be 19 on thursday. heeeelp!!!) and madison too :) and i am hoping for some summer dates in california (amy told me they'd play the greek!), oregon, washington, and nevada. west coast all the way!!!

so anyway, i am extending the vote for your two favorite songs from become you. come on, i want to hear what you think. vote by wednesday at 8am pst (11am out east, 10am in the midwest, and 9am in the mountains). last time i got over 400 votes. this time, i am not even at 100! :)

so if you have not already voted, send an e-mail to indigogirlsfanatic@yahoo.com (not this aol address) with your top two become you songs in the subject field. even if you are a lurker (haha! not only you, chris!), please vote. it would be great if everyone voted.

ok, goodnight. i'll see many of you in minneapolis and madison (my last 2 this tour...)

:-) karen
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>ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my bad...;-)
hey all--starkville must be about starkville, ms. the line about haunted
geography would seem to apply to amy's constant ambivalence about loving the
south yet hating their general stereotyped views. and true that ole miss
univ is actually in oxford.ms.
other places in songs: gainseville, fl (shame on you), winthrop, ma
(winthrop)--there must be more!
onto this evening's show at the metro. i do not have a full setlist and
would be foolish to attempt to formulate one by memory. it was the usual
mix of older and newer stuff with some tunes i haven't heard live in
awhile--wood song, reunion. opened with gone again and power of two.
encore included johnny rotten, moment of forgiveness and the biggest
surprise for me---virginia woolf. this is the first show ever for me (this
is #32 and counting) that did not end with ctf or galileo. i loved virginia
woolf as a closer with it's huge creshendo (sp?) of voice ending. any other
ideas for quality show closers besides the usuals?
the girls clearly love playing the metro in chicago, mentioning it several
times. the venue was paaaacked. the line went all the way down clark st to
waveland. haven't seen that since the smashing pumpkins played there. it
was a very good crowd imo. i expected pushing and shoving with it being
general admission. didn't see it. crowd sang along loudly in all the right
places. amy busted her mandolin strings on johnny rotten and without even a
pause (hard to do during that song) began again with sulli's replacement
mandolin. funniest moment was their expressions upon seeing a plastic woman
being passed around the crowd as a mock mosher i guess. it was pretty
funny. they said they'd be back in chicago this summer. can't wait! have
a good night--greg
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>ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my bad...;-= )

hey all--starkville must be about starkville, ms. the line about haun= ted geography would seem to apply to amy's constant ambivalence about loving= the south yet hating their general stereotyped views. and true that o= le miss univ is actually in oxford.ms.

other places in songs: gainseville, fl (shame on you), winthrop, ma (= winthrop)--there must be more!

onto this evening's show at the metro. i do not have a full setlist a= nd would be foolish to attempt to formulate one by memory. it was the = usual mix of older and newer stuff with some tunes i haven't heard live in a= while--wood song, reunion. opened with gone again and power of two. &n= bsp;encore included johnny rotten, moment of forgiveness and the biggest sur= prise for me---virginia woolf. this is the first show ever for me (thi= s is #32 and counting) that did not end with ctf or galileo. i loved v= irginia woolf as a closer with it's huge creshendo (sp?) of voice ending. &n= bsp;any other ideas for quality show closers besides the usuals?

the girls clearly love playing the metro in chicago, mentioning it several = times. the venue was paaaacked. the line went all the way down c= lark st to waveland. haven't seen that since the smashing pumpkins pla= yed there. it was a very good crowd imo. i expected pushing and = shoving with it being general admission. didn't see it. crowd sa= ng along loudly in all the right places. amy busted her mandolin strin= gs on johnny rotten and without even a pause (hard to do during that song) b= egan again with sulli's replacement mandolin. funniest moment was thei= r expressions upon seeing a plastic woman being passed around the crowd as a= mock mosher i guess. it was pretty funny. they said they'd be b= ack in chicago this summer. can't wait! have a good night--greg

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nobody has mentioned leeds...which is in england, no? it mentions tx and tn
as well.
also, two of my fave references are ga ones: "let's go roadblock tripping in
the middle of the night up in gainesville town" in shame on you, which is a
reference to the small town of gainesville, ga (as opposed to the tons of
other g-villes) and "cider up near helen by the roadside" in southland in
the springtime (which also mentions tx and the bayou) ...i think i'm partial
to those b/c i'm from ga :)
also, there's get out the map, which mentions boston, south africa, and the
west coast.
sorry to get rambly!
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there's also leeds, england from sots and king's cross (london) from
gone again......


greg flamer wrote:
>
>
> >ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my
> bad...;-)
>
>
> hey all--starkville must be about starkville, ms. the line about
> haunted geography would seem to apply to amy's constant ambivalence
> about loving the south yet hating their general stereotyped views.
> and true that ole miss univ is actually in oxford.ms.
>
> other places in songs: gainseville, fl (shame on you), winthrop, ma
> (winthrop)--there must be more!
>
> onto this evening's show at the metro. i do not have a full setlist
> and would be foolish to attempt to formulate one by memory. it was
> the usual mix of older and newer stuff with some tunes i haven't heard
> live in awhile--wood song, reunion. opened with gone again and power
> of two. encore included johnny rotten, moment of forgiveness and the
> biggest surprise for me---virginia woolf. this is the first show ever
> for me (this is #32 and counting) that did not end with ctf or
> galileo. i loved virginia woolf as a closer with it's huge creshendo
> (sp?) of voice ending. any other ideas for quality show closers
> besides the usuals?
>
> the girls clearly love playing the metro in chicago, mentioning it
> several times. the venue was paaaacked. the line went all the way
> down clark st to waveland. haven't seen that since the smashing
> pumpkins played there. it was a very good crowd imo. i expected
> pushing and shoving with it being general admission. didn't see it.
> crowd sang along loudly in all the right places. amy busted her
> mandolin strings on johnny rotten and without even a pause (hard to do
> during that song) began again with sulli's replacement mandolin.
> funniest moment was their expressions upon seeing a plastic woman
> being passed around the crowd as a mock mosher i guess. it was pretty
> funny. they said they'd be back in chicago this summer. can't wait!
> have a good night--greg
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greg flamer wrote:
>ooh, damn, that is where mississippee state is, my bad...;-)

hey all--starkville must be about starkville, ms. the line about haunted geography would seem to apply to amy's constant ambivalence about loving the south yet hating their general stereotyped views. and true that ole miss univ is actually in oxford.ms.
other places in songs: gainseville, fl (shame on you), winthrop, ma (winthrop)--there must be more!
onto this evening's show at the metro. i do not have a full setlist and would be foolish to attempt to formulate one by memory. it was the usual mix of older and newer stuff with some tunes i haven't heard live in awhile--wood song, reunion. opened with gone again and power of two. encore included johnny rotten, moment of forgiveness and the biggest surprise for me---virginia woolf. this is the first show ever for me (this is #32 and counting) that did not end with ctf or galileo. i loved virginia woolf as a closer with it's huge creshendo (sp?) of voice ending. any other ideas for quality show closers besides the usuals?
the girls clearly love playing the metro in chicago, mentioning it several times. the venue was paaaacked. the line went all the way down clark st to waveland. haven't seen that since the smashing pumpkins played there. it was a very good crowd imo. i expected pushing and shoving with it being general admission. didn't see it. crowd sang along loudly in all the right places. amy busted her mandolin strings on johnny rotten and without even a pause (hard to do during that song) began again with sulli's replacement mandolin. funniest moment was their expressions upon seeing a plastic woman being passed around the crowd as a mock mosher i guess. it was pretty funny. they said they'd be back in chicago this summer. can't wait! have a good night--greg
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on 20/3/02 11:05 pm, laura mclane at lmclane@rmy.emory.edu wrote:
there's also leeds, england from sots and king's cross (london) from gone
again......
nah, the song is about places in australia (kakadu, melbourne). kings cross
is the red light district in sydney. near where i am even.


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there's also leeds, england from sots and king's cross (london)= from gone again......

nah, the song is about places in australia (kakadu, melbourne)= . kings cross is the red light district in sydney. near where i am eve= n.

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>from: ron mcbay <usul@mindspring.com>
>become you
>does anybody know what the phrase "the center holds" refers to? that
>sounds like a specific reference to something, but i don't know what it =
is.
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of course there is always yeats...why didn't i think of that?
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i'm curious about these early recording volumes that i've heard about. =
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>from: greg flamer <gflame@ameritech.net>
>
>hey all--starkville must be about starkville, ms.
>the line about haunted geography would seem to apply to amy's constant =
ambivalence
>about loving the south yet hating their general stereotyped views. =20
that reminds me. the lawyers i was in line with outside variety =
playhouse must have been from mississippi state because they were =
talking about this song. they seemed to think it was a reference to a =
specific show they had been to that was either rained out or poorly =
attended because of torrential rain.
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>hey=20 all--starkville must be about starkville, ms.
>the line about haunted geography would seem to apply to amy's = constant=20 ambivalence
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that = reminds me. =20 the lawyers i was in line with outside variety playhouse must have been = from=20 mississippi state because they were talking about this song. they = seemed=20 to think it was a reference to a specific show they had been to that was = either=20 rained out or poorly attended because of torrential rain.
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wow! that was the best concert ever!! they played most of my favorites: vwoo=
lf, wood song, jonnny rotton!!!! they both sounded realy really good. especi=
ally emily, her voice are so crisp, clear, and just beautiful! i=92m so impr=
essed! is it just me or emily=92s voice just improved so much last couple of=
years?
i don=92t have the setlist, but here=92s some stuff about the show:
--they didn=92t have an opening band.
--amy smiled a lot, but not emily. they didn=92t chat much, either. both see=
ms to in a hurry to get the songs in.=20
--the crowd just went nuts for chickenman/bitterroot. emily=92s guitar play=20=
was amazing!!!
--amy come out to sing johnny rotton as the 1st encore. it=92s amazing and t=
he crowd went nuts also.
--crowd was talking loudly when amy=92s singing startville. how rude!
they also went on a radio station in the afternoon, and the dj asked them a=20=
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fyi - you can go to
<http://cities97.com/jacor-common/streaming_disclaimer.html>
and click on the "click here to listen live" button and hear the station.
so at 5 pm go and listen. studio c performances include not only interviews
but a couple of songs. it should be worth listening to. can anyone record
this for me? i'd love to hear it, but i will be standing in line waiting to
get in to the show.
i am so excited, the show is tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
:)
mi rinda
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that's right when the girls come to mpls they will do an in studio
appearance at the cities 97
fm at approx 5pm .ffi: dana@rcam.com
i'm assuming that's 5pm ct but i'm not sure.
peace
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<<other places in songs..gainesville fl, (shame on you) winthrop ma..
i thought she was talking about gainesville, ga.....i looked it up on a
map, and there is one
in southern ga

peace,
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hkf's,

this is fun... and we've all missed the obivous... nashville!!!
the title of the freekin song!!!
i don't know if it counts, but in map "beth took the job all the way over on
the west coast"
joe
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hkf's,


this is fun... and we've all missed the obivous... nashville!!!

the title of the freekin song!!!

i don't know if it counts, but in map "beth took the job all the way over on the west coast"

joe
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hkf's,
no new information, just an update on what info is out
there so far. the shows appear that they will not be
apart of the series shows at chastain park since the
1st series (out of 2) already goes into july. if it's
not apart of the series, it will be a ticketmaster
event with much better seats available for the public.
so this is what we want and so far after a few phone
calls, i can only say that things are pointed in that
direction. here's the concert southern link that
lists the series' shows - don't bother calling, i just
did and they don't know anything.
<http://www.atlantaconcerts.com/chastain.asp>
i'm assuming it will pop up on tm soon and not on this
website, so i'm just checking both. that's all folks.
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i actually think that king's cross is a refrence to king's cross in sydney,
australia. since everything in gone again is about australia (kakadu,
melbourne...), and amy wrote the song in australia, i believe that she is
refering to the area in sydney (and of course giving the junkie girl a smile
and the welfare agency lines illustrate a facet of sydney's king's cross).
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i actually think that king's cross is a refrence to king's cross in sydney, australia. since everything in gone again is about australia (kakadu, melbourne...), and amy wrote the song in australia, i believe that she is refering to the area in sydney (and of course giving the junkie girl a smile and the welfare agency lines illustrate a facet of sydney's king's cross).

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hi all....
there is also a leeds, alabama. and since the song mentions "16 black
churches burning on the tv/ all the way from texas down to tennessee..." it
makes me wonder if she is referring to the town in alabama. i think there
was a time (and still is) in which african americans in the south have had
to endure such things as having their places of worship set on fire.
so, with these references, i'm not sure where the leeds, london fits in.
just a thought....
kato

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subject: re: starkville
i would have to say that starkville is most
definitely about the show in starkville ms,
1998 ... it got rained out on saturday and
post-poned to sunday afternoon. it was on
campus at the university.
i was there ... also staying at the comfort inn --
it was the only hotel in town. heard that a
group of girls was hanging outside of amy's
room that night (local gang of troubadors?)
my first ig roadtrip show. was amazing. and
memorable because it was the weekend i met
my girlfriend i've now been with for nearly four
years. and the weekend i got to know my dear
friend lisa ... we love "starkville" !! :)
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what about my favorite "ghost" "the mississippi's mighty but it starts in
minnesota"
that is so much fun to hear live in mn.
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what about my favorite "ghost" "the mississippi's mighty but it starts in minnesota"

that is so much fun to hear live in mn.
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ok, out of 106 votes:
become you- 23 (24%)
starkville- 20 (19%)
bitterroot- 14 (13%)
deconstruction- 13 (12%)
yield- 10 (9%)
collecting you- 7 (6%)
she's saving me- 7 (6%)
moment of forgiveness- 6 (5%)
hope alone- 4 (3%)
you've got to show- 2 (2%)
nuevas senoritas- 0 (0%)
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ok, out of 106 votes:

become you- 23 (24%)
starkville- 20 (19%)
bitterroot- 14 (13%)
deconstruction- 13 (12%)
yield- 10 (9%)
collecting you- 7 (6%)
she's saving me- 7 (6%)
moment of forgiveness- 6 (5%)
hope alone- 4 (3%)
you've got to show- 2 (2%)
nuevas senoritas- 0 (0%)

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kato wrote,
<< there is also a leeds, alabama. and since the song mentions "16 black
churches burning on the tv/ all the way from texas down to tennessee..." it
makes me wonder if she is referring to the town in alabama. >>
i could be wrong, but i thought she had said in an interview she wrote it
while in leeds, london, while on tour, but was lamenting not being in the
states when the black churches were being torched. kind of like regretting
being out of touch with that reality, while she was off "living the good
life" as a rock star.
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did anyone already mention el paso?
new hampshire, vermont (hwy 5)?


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interesting. notice how no one put nuevas senoritas..hmm..that is a good
song, but i guess not a favorite for those who voted.

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interesting. notice how no one put nuevas senoritas..hmm..that is a good song, but i guess not a favorite for those who voted.

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it's leeds, uk -- the opening line "it's dark at 4pm in leeds" indicates
england in the wintertime...
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sure its not leeds, alabama, hometown of charles barkley, the future
governor hopeful of the state
ruth sternglantz wrote:
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> it's leeds, uk -- the opening line "it's dark at 4pm in leeds" indicates
> england in the wintertime...
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i have to agree with ruth......it's leeds, england.


i found this on lifeblood site in an interview from 1997:

emily says: amy and i took a year off after we finished our last honor the
earth tour in '95 and i took lessons during that year for the first time.
what i do on piano is very simple. you know, big fat dark chords and it was
a perfect vehicle for the lyrics for 'leeds.' after some personal problems
and we were touring europe, i think it rained for three weeks straight on
that tour, you remember that?
ar: yeah.
es: you know how europe can be when it's wet and dark and old, and there's
all those old churches and steeples against the sky, and everything starts
swirling around emotionally. and i just wrote some of those notes down in a
notebook i had.

sure sounds like the opening lines refer to the english city to me.
it's dark at 4 pm in leeds
the steeples pierce the skylight till the last of it bleeds
the absent sound of another day as it recedes
into the shadows
until it's nothing


> sure its not leeds, alabama, hometown of charles barkley, the future
governor hopeful of the state
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thank you to all 15 of you who replied! it seems that people have received
their cds from amazon anywhere from the 12th up to yesterday. according to
my account (which i did check before posting the question) and the email
shipment notice i recieved last week, my cd should arrive sometime between
the 14th and the 20th. if it isn't in my mailbox when i get home tonight,
you better bet i'll be raising some hell.
thanks again for all your help and suggestions!
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first of all, thanks to everyone who voted in the poll. :) it looks like
become you and starkville are the favorites (a little different from my two
-- deconstruction and become you). anyway, i'll do it again when the next
new album is released. ;)
i'm off to see the midwest (err, minneapolis and madison and everything in
between). remember to look for me in line of those two shows. short,
eyebrow ring, etc. have no clue what i'll be wearing (i don't remember what
i packed). but since the high in minneapolis will be 19 on thursday, i'll be
layered (and probably still freezing). oh, and i usually have either a
bandana in my hair or a indigo ig hat on. but again, if minneapolis is
freezing, i may have to buy one of those hats with ear covers. ugg. not fun
for a cali person. :)
a few more comments about last night's chicago show. i think it was greg who
said that people were talking through starkville. uhhh hello, yeah!!!! it
was very rude. not to mention the drunk people in the first/second row on
emily's faaar side. oh well. i am sort of glad that they did not play
"she's saving me." i am not sure if the crowd could have been quiet.
remember, chicago is the place where emily became extremely angry during
philosophy of loss at that free show a few years ago... and after
seeing/hearing emily's reaction to the people who talked through she's saving
me in tennessee on this tour, i am glad that it was not played in chicago.
i still can not believe that they crossed off our delivarance and ended with
virginia woolf instead! that was great! i love our delivarance and all, but
vw is one of my all time favorites, and although i have heard it live, i
never get sick of it.
anyway, great show. getting there at 9am and being first in line was worth
it. (though i wish the friends of the metro people were not let in
early...). i loved being able to put my sweater and cell phone right on the
edge of the stage. :)
i'll see some of you in madison and minneapolis.
:-) karen
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first of all, thanks to everyone who voted in the poll. :) it looks like become you and starkville are the favorites (a little different from my two -- deconstruction and become you). anyway, i'll do it again when the next new album is released. ;)

i'm off to see the midwest (err, minneapolis and madison and everything in between). remember to look for me in line of those two shows. short, eyebrow ring, etc. have no clue what i'll be wearing (i don't remember what i packed). but since the high in minneapolis will be 19 on thursday, i'll be layered (and probably still freezing). oh, and i usually have either a bandana in my hair or a indigo ig hat on. but again, if minneapolis is freezing, i may have to buy one of those hats with ear covers. ugg. not fun for a cali person. :)

a few more comments about last night's chicago show. i think it was greg who said that people were talking through starkville. uhhh hello, yeah!!!! it was very rude. not to mention the drunk people in the first/second row on emily's faaar side. oh well. i am sort of glad that they did not play "she's saving me." i am not sure if the crowd could have been quiet. remember, chicago is the place where emily became extremely angry during philosophy of loss at that free show a few years ago... and after seeing/hearing emily's reaction to the people who talked through she's saving me in tennessee on this tour, i am glad that it was not played in chicago.

i still can not believe that they crossed off our delivarance and ended with virginia woolf instead! that was great! i love our delivarance and all, but vw is one of my all time favorites, and although i have heard it live, i never get sick of it.

anyway, great show. getting there at 9am and being first in line was worth it. (though i wish the friends of the metro people were not let in early...). i loved being able to put my sweater and cell phone right on the edge of the stage. :)

i'll see some of you in madison and minneapolis.

:-) karen
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oh no! i forget to mention that our delivarance got five votes!
sorry!
so the official results are:
become you- 23
starkville- 20
bitterroot- 14
deconstruction- 13
yield- 10
she's saving me- 7
collecting you- 7
moment of forgiveness- 6
our delivarance- 5
hope alone-4
you've got to show- 2
nuevas senoritas- 0
sorry! :)
really leaving now...
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oh no! i forget to mention that our delivarance got five votes!

sorry!

so the official results are:

become you- 23
starkville- 20
bitterroot- 14
deconstruction- 13
yield- 10
she's saving me- 7
collecting you- 7
moment of forgiveness- 6
our delivarance- 5
hope alone-4
you've got to show- 2
nuevas senoritas- 0

sorry! :)

really leaving now...

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people vote on?</b></font></p><p><font size=3d2><b>elaine</b></font></p><p=
><font size=3d2><b>"karen r." <indigokare@aol.com></b></fon=
t><br></p><p>ok, out of 106 votes: <br><br>become you- 23 (24%) <br>starkvi=
lle- 20 (19%) <br>bitterroot- 14 (13%) <br>deconstruction- 13 (12%) <br>yie=
ld- 10 (9%) <br>collecting you- 7 (6%) <br>she's saving me- 7 (6%) <br>mome=
nt of forgiveness- 6 (5%) <br>hope alone- 4 (3%) <br>you've got to show- 2 =
(2%) <br>nuevas senoritas- 0 (0%) <br><br>:-) karen</p>=
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howdy ya'll,
trying to square away things before i head down to
madison on friday for the concert!... i hope i get a
good spot in line... my girlfriend and i wanted to
head over to the queer friendly bookstore on state
street and do other things, not just stand in line...
but, ah well, we'll see how things go. i just want my
first ig concert to live up to my unrealistic
expectations...
anyway, i wanted to ask if anyone who got a copy of
the bonus cd compilation from what, amazon, border
books and... some place else, whatever, would mind
b&ping a copy for me? i'm interested, *very*, to hear
the alt. versions of the songs! email me privately,
any kind soul who can do this for me!
monkeemaidjules@yahoo.com peace and love ya'll! two
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> other places in songs: gainseville, fl (shame on you), winthrop, ma
> (winthrop)--there must be more!
actually i think that might be gainesville ga. which i think is
famous/infamous for poultry processing plants that employ lots of
immigrants/migrants or some such.
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i'm going on record here to say that i will never go to a free ig concert
again! complete and utter chaos. the only good thing about it of course
was i got to see a&e perform and meet them (again). it was a very short set
but stellar nonetheless. become you is soooooo much better live! and
emily's voice is just rocking my world lately, not to mention the fanciful
fretwork. okay, setlist:
get out the map
become you
collecting you
shame on you
power of two (setlist says she's saving me)
yield
closer to fine
kid fears (setlist says starkville)
galileo
moment of forgiveness
i'm not good at fashion reports but maggie wanted one (feel better!!!): amy
wore a blue button-up w/jeans and her new boots (those things are really
cool, the web picture doesn't do them justice!). emily wore a patchwork
button-up w/a t-shirt underneath w/jeans and black sneakers. they both
looked really good and i loved meeting them. they were very attentive to my
rambling and gracious for my compliments.
in all not a bad scene. just wish the set would have been longer but it was
free so i'm not bitching.

message from sullie:
okay, this was freaky. i was standing in front of sullie's guitar tech
world on amy's side for the show. i said hi to sullie early on and she
asked that i make sure no one messed w/her stuff. i said "i'm on it." but,
when i moved away at one point to ask a guy in front of me a question, some
girl came and grabbed the stack of setlists sullie had to give out to fans.
i asked the girl if i could get one of those and she gave me one. then
after the show, i asked sullie if i could get a pick and she was out. she
reached to give me a setlist and realized they were all gone and flipped
out. she came out from behind the tech world and wanted to know who took
them. i didn't see the girl who took it, but sullie wanted me to let
everyone on this list know that no one is to take anything from her area.
if this type of thing continues, she is going to stop making copies of the
setlists and handing out picks and stuff. she apologized that she freaked
on me but people steal capo's and tuners and all kinds of crap and she takes
it very personally. i know i don't really need to tell any of you folks
this stuff because you are all grown ups and respect each other, but i told
her i would pass on the warning. okay flame the message, not the messenger.
well that's all folks. can't wait for summer to get here.
amy & emily rock!!!!!!!!
peace,
joey
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 07:42:00 est
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subject: ig on cbs this saturday, 3/23
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fyi:
the indigo girls will be performing in the second cup cafe segment on cbs
early morning this saturday morning.
=)
lisa
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 08:51:23 est
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from: "<sarah t. rosenblum>" <rainnriver@aol.com>
subject: re: bonus disc compilation
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in a message dated 3/20/02 6:01:49 pm, monkeemaidjules@yahoo.com writes:
<< wanted to
head over to the queer friendly bookstore on state
street and do other things, >>
just to let you know it's on johnson not state.
it's called a room of one's own by the way.
oh yeah, and it's blizzarding in milw right now. i am so not looking forward
to sitting outside the orpheum all day tommorrow!
i really hope no one actually gets there at 9. 2 is so much more normal for
the midwest. i'veg gotten to venues at 230 and been first in line.
--sarah
(cranky about winter)
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 09:11:26 -0500
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from: "hare@optonline.net" <hare@optonline.net>
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>>i said hi to sullie early on and she
asked that i make sure no one messed w/her stuff. i said "i'm on it." but,
when i moved away at one point to ask a guy in front of me a question, some
girl came and grabbed the stack of setlists sullie had to give out to fans.
i asked the girl if i could get one of those and she gave me one.>>
i don't get it. sullie asked you to make sure that nobody messed with her stuff, and you told her you would. when you s=
aw the girl with the stack of setlists, you asked for one for yourself. why didn't you just tell her to give them back s=
ince sullie asked you to watch them for her?
jason
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 10:09:49 -0500
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from: "kato m." <kato1771@hotmail.com>
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how could you not have seen this girl if you asked her directly for a set
list? huh?
>
some
>girl came and grabbed the stack of setlists sullie had to give out to fans.
>i asked the girl if i could get one of those and she gave me one. she
>reached to give me a setlist and realized they were all gone and flipped
>out. she came out from behind the tech world and wanted to know who took
>them. i didn't see the girl who took it, but sullie wanted me to let
>everyone on this list know that no one is to take anything from her area.
>if this type of thing continues, she is going to stop making copies of the
>setlists and handing out picks and stuff. she apologized that she freaked
>on me but people steal capo's and tuners and all kinds of crap and she
>takes
>it very personally. i know i don't really need to tell any of you folks
>this stuff because you are all grown ups and respect each other, but i told
>her i would pass on the warning. okay flame the message, not the
>messenger.
>
>well that's all folks. can't wait for summer to get here.
>amy & emily rock!!!!!!!!
>peace,
>joey
>
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from: joe agueci <sprdinosur@aol.com>
subject: leeds england vs. alabama
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the opening line is about the england leeds
"it's dark at 4pm"
but the later verses can definitly be about things back here at home, as she
watched them on her tv in england
joe
manhattan,ny
(visiting family in ga)
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the opening line is about the england leeds

"it's dark at 4pm"

but the later verses can definitly be about things back here at home, as she watched them on her tv in england

joe
manhattan,ny
(visiting family in ga)
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 11:34:38 -0500
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amy ray and the butchies limited edition lithograph from the august 25, 2002 daemon records showcase here in atlanta.
www.methaneposters.com <http://www.methaneposters.com>
go to page 12. not many left. mine is 61/100.
best, shed


if i said
count to three
move toward me
would you meet me half way
there are a thousand things about me
i want only you to know
but i can't got there alone
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correction:
august 25, 2002
www.methanestudios.com <http://www.methanestudios.com>

if i said
count to three
move toward me
would you meet me half way
there are a thousand things about me
i want only you to know
but i can't got there alone
you've got to show. es

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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 12:04:42 -0600
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so my radio station dedicated their "lunch in the library" (which is just a
lunch show with live songs) to the indigo girls. they always have a trivia
question. so today it was about ig. do you want to know what the question
was???? who are the indigo girls? first and last names. oh my gosh! and
the woman who answered just sounded stupid! she answered it like a
question.
i just had to share.
mi rinda
"and they want to tell you it's a merciful sword, but with all the blood
newly dried in the desert, can we not fertilize the land with something
else? there is no nation by god exempted. lay down your weapons and love
your neighbor as yourself." - emily saliers
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date: thu, 21 mar 2002 13:30:23 -0500
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saw this on yahoo:
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"o brother" (lost highway) scanned just under 149,000 copies,
according to data compiled by soundscan. that's about 10,000 units
shy of last week's showing, but sufficient to push the album to more
than 4.5 million in total sales since its release 64 weeks ago.
<<edited for length>>
other strong debuts this week included the film soundtrack to vidgame
adaptation "resident evil" (roadrunner) at 24, "this is the remix"
(columbia) from destiny's child at 29 and the latest effort from
folk-rock duo the indigo girls, "become you" (epic), at 30.
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actually i'm surprised its that low, but i'm kind of biased. its good
news for their epic relationship as long as it lasts. does anyone
know where the other albums debuted and how their sales went from
there?
-- chris
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