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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 00:51:58 -0400
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subject: nigc: re bruce springsteen on tv
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jude hunter <hunterj_one@msn.com> wrote:
> subject: bruce springsteen on tv?
>
> sorry for the nigc, but i saw a brief ad for a bruce concert on tv that w=
> as to air today (7-31) but cannot find any listing on it. anybody heard =
> what time?
>
>
well, let's see. he did a 4 song set on the today show 7/30 and was on
nightline from 1130-1230 that night. and on nightline's up close from
12-1230 tonight (7/31)
but even if you missed all that, he and the band are on letterman thurs 8/1
and fri 8/2. yep, that is both nights. and vh1 will broadcast the beginning
of opening night of the barnstorming tour from jersey on 8/7. begins at 730
pm. (lucky me, i'm flying up from miami and i'll be in the audience!!!)
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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 08:04:05 +0000
reply-to: seren star <seren_star@hotmail.com>
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from: seren star <seren_star@hotmail.com>
subject: 2 tix for sale for sat 3rd aug at union chapel
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unfortunately my friends can't come so i have 2 spare tickets for this
saturday's ig concert. for those of you who haven't been to the union
chapel it is the best concert venue i have ever been to. it will be very
intimate and has fantastic acoustics.
i'm selling at cost (30 each incl bookings fees). please e-mail me or call
me on 07715 773 667.
sally


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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 08:22:26 -0400
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victoria,
i disagree. i always get better seats at the counter when i am the first person in line there. i have been at the counter with a tm rep pushing enter right at the moment they go on sale & phone@ the same time with someone who was on line at home with a cable modem. the tm rep has always pulled the tickets before the person on line at home has even gotten the page to say they are on sale--and that is with a cable modem. in the past it has meant the difference between pit and 4th row behind the pit. and it makes sense too, they are directly logged into their own network....they don't have to access it through an internet mediary.
here is the difference: when you do it on-line, it becomes a mass 'ticket-grab' , with everyone snatching up whatever ticket the system feeds them as best available--and then they hold onto them thinking there is nothing better! after a few minutes, they either toss them and try again or buy them thinking they can do no better. that is why you can pull better seats three or five or even ten minutes later than the ones you get the first time--people are constantly tossing seats back. then the shuffle begins.......
but when you do it at a tm counter......it really does pull the best available and no seats are being held for 5 minutes by fans who are attempting to open other browsers to search again for other options. and, at least in my experience, it does so immediately.
all that to say, yes, the seating options are the same, but access to those seats are distinctly biased towards folks that go to the counter.
again, my best seats (from an onsale date) have always come from the counter hands down. but of course those blasted pre-sales are another story entirely.....
cheers,
jennifer


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"goose bumps happen when your soul is close to you, breathing lightly on the back of your neck, and wakes you up".
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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 05:29:12 -0700
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howdy ya'll,
would the lady who offered to send bumper stickers to
me please email me privately? i'd really appreciate
it! i can't remember your email! thanks, peace and love.
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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 09:53:59 -0400
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from: "<victoria heckler>" <victoria.heckler@ppfa.org>
subject: re: ticketmaster question
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interesting, interesting. i think if you are first online at a tm counter,
thats one thing (granted the employees actually start pulling your seats the
minute the sale starts), but tm still works off of a centralized system.
that means if someone is logging into tm from their computer at home and
pulls up seat 5 in the first row, that seat becomes unavailable for 5
minutes, to anyone else to pull up, even the ticketmaster counter.
otherwise, seats would be double-booked all the time. thats simply how the
system works. now, do tm counters have access to tickets that online buyers
don't? i don't know. according to a friend i have who works in ticket sales
here in nyc, they usually don't.
now, online presales are another messed up thing altogether. according to
the aforementioned friend, the venue/artists/management may decide to only
offer certain seats during a presale, but i have no clue how that system
works. and of course, the artists and management can also reserve the best
seats for family and friends and then release some of those seats for sale
to the public hours before the show (this happened in philly).
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from: shedyourskin 23 [<mailto:shedyourskin23@hotmail.com>]
sent: thursday, august 01, 2002 8:22 am
to: victoria.heckler@ppfa.org; indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
subject: re: ticketmaster question


victoria,
i disagree. i always get better seats at the counter when i am the first
person in line there. i have been at the counter with a tm rep pushing enter
right at the moment they go on sale & phone@ the same time with someone who
was on line at home with a cable modem. the tm rep has always pulled the
tickets before the person on line at home has even gotten the page to say
they are on sale--and that is with a cable modem. in the past it has meant
the difference between pit and 4th row behind the pit. and it makes sense
too, they are directly logged into their own network....they don't have to
access it through an internet mediary.
here is the difference: when you do it on-line, it becomes a mass
'ticket-grab' , with everyone snatching up whatever ticket the system feeds
them as best available--and then they hold onto them thinking there is
nothing better! after a few minutes, they either toss them and try again or
buy them thinking they can do no better. that is why you can pull better
seats three or five or even ten minutes later than the ones you get the
first time--people are constantly tossing seats back. then the shuffle
begins.......
but when you do it at a tm counter......it really does pull the best
available and no seats are being held for 5 minutes by fans who are
attempting to open other browsers to search again for other options. and, at
least in my experience, it does so immediately.
all that to say, yes, the seating options are the same, but access to those
seats are distinctly biased towards folks that go to the counter.
again, my best seats (from an onsale date) have always come from the counter
hands down. but of course those blasted pre-sales are another story
entirely.....
cheers,
jennifer

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a wise person once said, you will be the same person today as you will be in
five years except for the people you meet and the books you read.
"goose bumps happen when your soul is close to you, breathing lightly on the
back of your neck, and wakes you up".
rachel naomi remen quoted in "stretching lessons" by sue bender
*pay attention to what is going on inside your heart when little bumps show
up on your body.*


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interesting, interesting. i think if you are first online at a tm counter, thats one thing (granted the employees actually start pulling your seats the minute the sale starts), but tm still works off of a centralized system. that means if someone is logging into tm from their computer at home and pulls up seat 5 in the first row, that seat becomes unavailable for 5 minutes, to anyone else to pull up, even the ticketmaster counter. otherwise, seats would be double-booked all the time. thats simply how the system works. now, do tm counters have access to tickets that online buyers don't? i don't know. according to a friend i have who works in ticket sales here in nyc, they usually don't.
now, online presales are another messed up thing altogether. according to the aforementioned friend, the venue/artists/management may decide to only offer certain seats during a presale, but i have no clue how that system works. and of course, the artists and management can also reserve the best seats for family and friends and then release some of those seats for sale to the public hours before the show (this happened in philly).
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from: shedyourskin 23 [mailto:shedyourskin23@hotmail.com]
sent: thursday, august 01, 2002 8:22 am
to: victoria.heckler@ppfa.org; indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
subject: re: ticketmaster question

victoria,
i disagree. i always get better seats at the counter when i am the first person in line there. i have been at the counter with a tm rep pushing enter right at the moment they go on sale & phone@ the same time with someone who was on line at home with a cable modem. the tm rep has always pulled the tickets before the person on line at home has even gotten the page to say they are on sale--and that is with a cable modem. in the past it has meant the difference between pit and 4th row behind the pit. and it makes sense too, they are directly logged into their own network....they don't have to access it through an internet mediary.
here is the difference: when you do it on-line, it becomes a mass 'ticket-grab' , with everyone snatching up whatever ticket the system feeds them as best available--and then they hold onto them thinking there is nothing better! after a few minutes, they either toss them and try again or buy them thinking they can do no better. that is why you can pull better seats three or five or even ten minutes later than the ones you get the first time--people are constantly tossing seats back. then the shuffle begins.......
but when you do it at a tm counter......it really does pull the best available and no seats are being held for 5 minutes by fans who are attempting to open other browsers to search again for other options. and, at least in my experience, it does so immediately.
all that to say, yes, the seating options are the same, but access to those seats are distinctly biased towards folks that go to the counter.
again, my best seats (from an onsale date) have always come from the counter hands down. but of course those blasted pre-sales are another story entirely.....
cheers,
jennifer


__________________________________________________
a wise person once said, you will be the same person today as you will be in five years except for the people you meet and the books you read.
"goose bumps happen when your soul is close to you, breathing lightly on the back of your neck, and wakes you up".
rachel naomi remen quoted in "stretching lessons" by sue bender
*pay attention to what is going on inside your heart when little bumps show up on your body.*


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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 10:10:56 -0400
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to add more fuel to a conversation...i have actually been at a counter before (not for an ig show) and on the phone with a tm rep at the same time and pulled up the exact same seats! needless to say, online ticket sales are not an exact science. as a matter of fact, our entire row (the third row actually) at the ig b'ham show this year was double booked! a ticketmaster rep had to come in and call up and find additional (read: comparable) seats for those who weren't already seated. thank goodness i and my party were already in the house and seated when the situation came to light.
and i hate those online pre-sales. it is always a set group of seats and they are rarely the best in the house anyway.(for example, the 99x presale for the chastain shows were all in box 4). i always check but usually end up getting better seats via other means.
and truly, of the front row and pit seats that i have had over the years, many were acquired long after the on-sale date when the venue releases tickets that are held. for example, pit seats at wolftrap this year....pulled them up three days before the show. the rep told me that they only sold a few through on-line sales and the rest went to the wolftrap associates patrons. philly? same deal.
anyway, the key is working around the ticketbastard system to get the seats you want and i promise you there is almost always a way to do it!
jen

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"words fall out like breathless fish, all flopping and scattered; and hearts picked over, deemed dispensable...." winthrop (unreleased, 1997) --emily saliers
"goose bumps happen when your soul is close to you, breathing lightly on the back of your neck, and wakes you up".
rachel naomi remen quoted in "stretching lessons" by sue bender
*pay attention to what is going on inside your heart when little bumps show up on your body.*

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>interesting, interesting. i think if you are first online at a tm counter,
>thats one thing (granted the employees actually start pulling your seats the
>minute the sale starts), but tm still works off of a centralized system.
>that means if someone is logging into tm from their computer at home and
>pulls up seat 5 in the first row, that seat becomes unavailable for 5
>minutes, to anyone else to pull up, even the ticketmaster counter.
>otherwise, seats would be double-booked all the time. thats simply how the
>system works. now, do tm counters have access to tickets that online buyers
>don't? i don't know. according to a friend i have who works in ticket sales
>here in nyc, they usually don't.
>
>now, online presales are another messed up thing altogether. according to
>the aforementioned friend, the venue/artists/management may decide to only
>offer certain seats during a presale, but i have no clue how that system
>works. and of course, the artists and management can also reserve the best
>seats for family and friends and then release some of those seats for sale
>to the public hours before the show (this happened in philly).
>
>-----original message-----
>from: shedyourskin 23 [mailto:shedyourskin23@hotmail.com]
>sent: thursday, august 01, 2002 8:22 am
>to: victoria.heckler@ppfa.org; indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
>subject: re: ticketmaster question
>
>
>
>victoria,
>
>i disagree. i always get better seats at the counter when i am the first
>person in line there. i have been at the counter with a tm rep pushing enter
>right at the moment they go on sale & phone@ the same time with someone who
>was on line at home with a cable modem. the tm rep has always pulled the
>tickets before the person on line at home has even gotten the page to say
>they are on sale--and that is with a cable modem. in the past it has meant
>the difference between pit and 4th row behind the pit. and it makes sense
>too, they are directly logged into their own network....they don't have to
>access it through an internet mediary.
>
>here is the difference: when you do it on-line, it becomes a mass
>'ticket-grab' , with everyone snatching up whatever ticket the system feeds
>them as best available--and then they hold onto them thinking there is
>nothing better! after a few minutes, they either toss them and try again or
>buy them thinking they can do no better. that is why you can pull better
>seats three or five or even ten minutes later than the ones you get the
>first time--people are constantly tossing seats back. then the shuffle
>begins.......
>
>but when you do it at a tm counter......it really does pull the best
>available and no seats are being held for 5 minutes by fans who are
>attempting to open other browsers to search again for other options. and, at
>least in my experience, it does so immediately.
>
>all that to say, yes, the seating options are the same, but access to those
>seats are distinctly biased towards folks that go to the counter.
>
>again, my best seats (from an onsale date) have always come from the counter
>hands down. but of course those blasted pre-sales are another story
>entirely.....
>
>cheers,
>
>jennifer
>
>
>
>
>
>
>__________________________________________________
>a wise person once said, you will be the same person today as you will be in
>five years except for the people you meet and the books you read.
>
>"goose bumps happen when your soul is close to you, breathing lightly on the
>back of your neck, and wakes you up".
>rachel naomi remen quoted in "stretching lessons" by sue bender
>
>*pay attention to what is going on inside your heart when little bumps show
>up on your body.*
>
>
>
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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 13:15:53 -0500
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it has been my experience that you can always find terrific tickets =
closer to the show date. that doesn't mean that i won't secure myself =
seats the very first day that i can. but i am sure there are a zillion =
reasons why tickets go back up for sale or are released later, so =
consistently checking whatever outlet you are buying tickets through is =
sure to get you better seats than you already have, unless you have the =
best seats. =20
for one of the winery shows last year, i actually had 4 sets of tickets =
at one time just because everytime i checked the seats were rows closer. =
i couldn't stop myself. but i don't think i will do that again. it =
took quite an effort to sell them all before the show considering i am =
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i=92ve got a spare ticket for the ambassador in dublin next thursday.
it=92s available at face value =8836.70, including booking fee. anyone
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i know i have already asked this of all of you
fine people but did anyone happen to boot=20
the san diego show on july 18th? i have some
other boots to trade for it and video boots as well
i would so greatly appreciate it :) take care y'all

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date: thu, 1 aug 2002 21:20:02 -0700
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support contraceptive prescription equity!
july 30, 2002
urge your senators to support the equity in
prescription insurance and contraceptive coverage act
(epicc), s. 104. sponsors of this important
legislation hope to offer the bill as an amendment to
other currently pending legislation-likely a generic
drug bill or a broader women's health bill-as soon as
next week.
send an email to the your senators here:
<http://www.now.org/congress/issues/alert/?alertid=356701&type=co>
your e-mails and calls on epicc have already made a
difference! after five years of activist pressure on
congress, the senate health, education, labor and
pensions committee held a hearing this month. now it's
time to push your senators to take final action to
make this legislation a reality.
contraception is a fundamental part of women's
preventive health care and there's no reason to delay
legislation recognizing this fact and requiring fair
treatment for women in prescription coverage.
passage of epicc is so important. did you know that
three-fourths of women who use contraception rely on
private, employer-provided insurance which often
denies coverage for prescription contraception? and
did you know that sexually active women of
child-bearing age pay about 68 percent more out of
their own pocket for health care than men pay? the top
five methods of reversible contraception -- oral
contraceptives, iud, diaphragm, norplant, and
depo-provera -- are covered by only 15% of all typical
large-group plans. almost half do not routinely cover
any contraceptive methods at all. the denial of this
basic health care component results in some women
choosing less expensive, often less reliable, forms of
contraception.
two minutes of your time makes a difference. e-mail
your senators today urging them to press for passage
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this was posted to the newsgroup by dierk, i'm reposting it.
>>>>
hi,
looks like bbc webcasts the cambride folk festival where the igs are
scheduled for sunday:
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/folk/cambridge_2002/index.shtml>
<http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/ff/whowhen.html>
and on sunday, 10 pm local time there is a 2 hour radio show with amy
and emily as djs (sorry no web cast)
<http://www.indigogirls.com/photos/amycam/2002-05-04ac-01.html>
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date: fri, 2 aug 2002 09:19:30 +0200
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on 1 aug 2002 at 23:53, diane weidenkopf wrote:
> this was posted to the newsgroup by dierk, i'm reposting it.
>
> >>>>
> hi,
>
> looks like bbc webcasts the cambride folk festival where the igs are
> scheduled for sunday:
>
> <http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/folk/cambridge_2002/index.shtml>
> <http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/ff/whowhen.html>
>
> and on sunday, 10 pm local time there is a 2 hour radio show with amy
> and emily as djs (sorry no web cast)
> <http://www.indigogirls.com/photos/amycam/2002-05-04ac-01.html>
at the very same time the 2 hour show with a and e as djs is airing at
a german radio station (mentioned it a couple of time... "on the
tracks").
so, i'd think this is one and the same thing.
the show will be available for download at www.indigogirls.de <http://www.indigogirls.de/>, when i
mp3ed it.
be well,
kathrin
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unfortunately, on july 31, 2002, senator reid (d-nv) announced on the
senate floor that he would not be offering epicc as an amendment to s. 812
(the underlying generic prescription drug bill). this happened because of
procedural and time constraints. thus, we won't have an epicc floor vote
before the august recess. senator reid has said he is committed to finding
another legislative vehicle prior to the end of this session.
during the congressional recess, we will revisit strategy with the intent of
finding another means of securing a senate vote on epicc by the end of the
107th congress. we have come closer than ever before to a vote on the senate
floor and we will work harder than ever to see that there is a vote on the
senate floor this year.
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hi all!
okay, since i got several questions about this, i'm gonna post about it
again.
the current thread "webcast" mentioned this show, too but didn't give more
details.
it's a 2 hour show that they recorded at radio bremen.
it's called "on the tracks" and ig got to choose which tracks were played
(of other artists') and they explain why they picked them. they are also
interviewed about the selection of songs they made.
it will air exclusively on german radio (not on the web) on august 4th (the
station is called nordwestradio but they recorded it at the studios owned by
radio bremen).
since there are only a handful or german listees on here, and some of them
don't even own a radio to listen to it (*points at herself*), i will make the
entire show available on indigogirls.de in mp3 format (once i got the tape
from a friend). i probably won't mp3 the songs they chose, as it's copyrighted
material and all but i'll mp3 the interview parts.
and anyone who doesn't have a good enough connection to download the stuff
can contact me about getting a copy of it on cd.
:)
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date: fri, 2 aug 2002 18:42:24 +0200
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hi y'all,
i'm new to this list. @ddictje posted this info on the bbs:
<http://www.radio1.be/> will broadcast (click on "luister" on the left hand
side) interviews and music from the dranouter folk festival it starts in 20
minutes (7pm to 12pm cet = 6 pm to 11 pm london time, 1 pm to 6 pm east
coast time).
enjoy,
ines
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date: fri, 2 aug 2002 22:40:48 +0200
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here's my transcript of the interview the indigo girls gave the belgium
radio radio 1 in dranouter:
floris daelemans: [telling in dutch that somebody in here is a big fan of
the two women who first called themselves the b-band and play acoustic
guitars and sing harmonies - sorry, that's all i understood, i don't speak
dutch ;-) ]
amy ray and emily saliers, welcome in our studio.
a+e: thank you.
fd: some months ago you played in .. in turnhout (sp?) in our country ...
ar: yes.
fd: ... an acoustic set just the two of you with guitars or mandolins and
today here as well, but the tour in america is with the band.
ar: yes
fd: which flavor do you like the best?
es: i like them both, actually. i'm just saying this to amy. uhm, because
the band has the kick, it's a great rhythmn section and ... and they're also
the same band members who had us helped us make our .. our most recent album
and so ... we're ... it's just like playing the record live which is great
but amy and i've been playing like this way since the beginning. we've been
together for 22 years now so ... it's a little more intimate this way.
little .. maybe sometimes more spontaneious but i have to say honestly i
love playing both ways. but you know we'd take the band more here if we
could ... it's just too expensive.
fd: oh yeah ... is ..
ar: yeah.
fd: ...is it that expensive to pay those musicians?
es: very, very expensive.
ar: well, it's not what they cost. it's getting them over here and have ..
they have to have a hotel room ... it's just the whole ..just your ... it ..
it triples probably how much it cost a tour over here so ... so we got away
'till we can pull in more people.
fd: yeah ... your new album "become you" is sounding more up to date as it
is. it sounds the most like your first album released here the "indigo
girls".
ar: yeah.
fd: is that a correct assumption?
ar: i ... i think it ... it sounds ... it's definitely more similar to our
first one than a lot of the stuff we've done 'cause we had done more
electric music with more production recently in the last five years and then
we made this record and it's mostly accoustic - uhm all accoustic actually -
with with the rhythmn section though. so which is what we did on our first
record as well - yeah.
fd: i ... i read on your web site that you're ... that the indigo girls have
an official taping policy saying that fans are encouraged and allowed to
make tapings at concerts and even trade them between each other?
es: yeah ...
fd: it's...
es: yes?
fd: it's kind of strange in these days of .. of musical ... restrictions.
ar: yeah.
es: well, as long as people aren't selling it - you know - imean we've
always been a "pro bootleg" band. it's like ... you know ... a long beat
line to the greatful dead and their spirit about sharing music. and we just
have always been a very
pro-make-whatever-tape-you-want-share-with-your-friends. we just don't want
people to sell it and try to make money of it but as far as the piraty of
spirit of recording shows and sharing we totally totally for that.
ar: yeah.
fd: you have a very close connection with your fans altogether, i think.
ar. yeah. i mean it's... yeah. we're ... it's an honest relationship i
think. were we .. we count on them and they count on us and anyway that's
what (?) i hope. well, we couldn't have lasted that long if we didn't have
an audience that supported us to all the different - you know - ways that
we play and the different songs and albums and styles. so .. we're lucky to
have an audience still and ... and we love our audiences over here!
fd: yeah. both of you are very driven activists. isn't it easier to just
sing songs and smile?
es: uh, these are just .. these issues are things that we're deeply
concerned with just i think as of members of communities and part of the
human family and i think whatever we'll be doing uh profesionally activism
will be part of it so... it's ..i feel grateful that we've had network and
resources and be able to bring people together and we've been mentored and
we travel and uhm so all those things have tighten up our ... the period (?)
of our activism and it just goes hand in hand with our music and who we are
as people.
fd: i'm gonna translate now a little piece for our listeners here in
belgium.
ar: okay
fd [translates] i feel that the both of you have a very different style in
... in songwriting. is that .. is that a ghost in my head or is that really
so? i think your songs are quite different from amys.
es: uhm, i .. well, recently i think we've been writing songs that are in
some way similar you wouldn't be able to tell as easily but i the past yeah
there... there've been distinctive differences and i've always been i guess
more drawn to like .. and influenced directly by joni mitchell and i like a
lot of black music and groove music and stuff like that. it's easier for me
to write a ballad and and amy's been you know edgier and able to rock more
and things like that so ... but uhm the fortunate thing is that .. it ...
they're not so desperate that we can't work them together when we come to
arrange them and it .. it keeps the band interesting to me rather than us
doing all the the same sort of things. so it works out well the fact that we
are different.
fd: so amy, that you're .. you're the chrissie ... chrissie hynde of ... of
american folk?
ar: [laughing]
fd: pop? rock?
ar: uhm well i'm flattered but i don't know about that. uh i guess i guess i
listen to stuff that tends to be more till (?) left of center you know even
the folk music you know i like is more has ... has more been edge (?)
sometimes but also simplier. i mean i'm a simplier writer sometimes than
emily. i don't have the musicality that i think she draws from. so i try to
use my weakness as my strength.
fd: yeah.
ar: typically, that's what i do.
fd: talking about strength, amy you love running i read somewhere and i also
read one of your best runs was here in belgium, in brussels more exactly,
whay was that?
ar: i've actually had a couple of good runs here. uhm but emily runs too. we
both run. uhm i had a ... actually you know last time we played this
festival i went running actually and uhm i ran ... we stayed at the hotel on
top of this hill and i ran like really far and i saw like a team practicing
for the tour de france and - a bicycle team - and we just drew (?) all the
countryside. it's just ... i think belgium as a country it's just
unbelievable, you know? and ... and brussels uhm well i had good runs there
too, so yeah. we ...we ... that's how i see places - when i go running. and
i get lost usually so i end up running twice as far.
fd: all right. just translate a little bit now. [translates] amy ray, emily
saliers uh thank you very much for being here in our studio. you ...
ar: thank you for having us.
fd: you brought your guitars so...
ar: yeees.
fd ... so i may assume that you're going to play something?
ar: yeah.
fd: what will it be?
ar: uh we're gonna play ... we're gonna play the song "become you" from ...
fd: title number from the last album?
ar: yeah yeah.
fd: thank you.
es: thank you.
ar + es [playing "become you"]
ines
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wow! thanks for typing all that in, ines!
i love this line from the interviewer: "both of you are very driven
activists. isn't it easier to just sing songs and smile?"
funny. :)
-andrea
on fri, 2 aug 2002, ines wrote:
> here's my transcript of the interview the indigo girls gave the belgium
> radio radio 1 in dranouter:
>
> floris daelemans: [telling in dutch that somebody in here is a big fan of
> the two women who first called themselves the b-band and play acoustic
> guitars and sing harmonies - sorry, that's all i understood, i don't speak
> dutch ;-) ]
> amy ray and emily saliers, welcome in our studio.
> a+e: thank you.
> fd: some months ago you played in .. in turnhout (sp?) in our country ...
> ar: yes.
> fd: ... an acoustic set just the two of you with guitars or mandolins and
> today here as well, but the tour in america is with the band.
> ar: yes
> fd: which flavor do you like the best?
> es: i like them both, actually. i'm just saying this to amy. uhm, because
> the band has the kick, it's a great rhythmn section and ... and they're also
> the same band members who had us helped us make our .. our most recent album
> and so ... we're ... it's just like playing the record live which is great
> but amy and i've been playing like this way since the beginning. we've been
> together for 22 years now so ... it's a little more intimate this way.
> little .. maybe sometimes more spontaneious but i have to say honestly i
> love playing both ways. but you know we'd take the band more here if we
> could ... it's just too expensive.
> fd: oh yeah ... is ..
> ar: yeah.
> fd: ...is it that expensive to pay those musicians?
> es: very, very expensive.
> ar: well, it's not what they cost. it's getting them over here and have ..
> they have to have a hotel room ... it's just the whole ..just your ... it ..
> it triples probably how much it cost a tour over here so ... so we got away
> 'till we can pull in more people.
> fd: yeah ... your new album "become you" is sounding more up to date as it
> is. it sounds the most like your first album released here the "indigo
> girls".
> ar: yeah.
> fd: is that a correct assumption?
> ar: i ... i think it ... it sounds ... it's definitely more similar to our
> first one than a lot of the stuff we've done 'cause we had done more
> electric music with more production recently in the last five years and then
> we made this record and it's mostly accoustic - uhm all accoustic actually -
> with with the rhythmn section though. so which is what we did on our first
> record as well - yeah.
> fd: i ... i read on your web site that you're ... that the indigo girls have
> an official taping policy saying that fans are encouraged and allowed to
> make tapings at concerts and even trade them between each other?
> es: yeah ...
> fd: it's...
> es: yes?
> fd: it's kind of strange in these days of .. of musical ... restrictions.
> ar: yeah.
> es: well, as long as people aren't selling it - you know - imean we've
> always been a "pro bootleg" band. it's like ... you know ... a long beat
> line to the greatful dead and their spirit about sharing music. and we just
> have always been a very
> pro-make-whatever-tape-you-want-share-with-your-friends. we just don't want
> people to sell it and try to make money of it but as far as the piraty of
> spirit of recording shows and sharing we totally totally for that.
> ar: yeah.
> fd: you have a very close connection with your fans altogether, i think.
> ar. yeah. i mean it's... yeah. we're ... it's an honest relationship i
> think. were we .. we count on them and they count on us and anyway that's
> what (?) i hope. well, we couldn't have lasted that long if we didn't have
> an audience that supported us to all the different - you know - ways that
> we play and the different songs and albums and styles. so .. we're lucky to
> have an audience still and ... and we love our audiences over here!
> fd: yeah. both of you are very driven activists. isn't it easier to just
> sing songs and smile?
> es: uh, these are just .. these issues are things that we're deeply
> concerned with just i think as of members of communities and part of the
> human family and i think whatever we'll be doing uh profesionally activism
> will be part of it so... it's ..i feel grateful that we've had network and
> resources and be able to bring people together and we've been mentored and
> we travel and uhm so all those things have tighten up our ... the period (?)
> of our activism and it just goes hand in hand with our music and who we are
> as people.
> fd: i'm gonna translate now a little piece for our listeners here in
> belgium.
> ar: okay
> fd [translates] i feel that the both of you have a very different style in
> ... in songwriting. is that .. is that a ghost in my head or is that really
> so? i think your songs are quite different from amys.
> es: uhm, i .. well, recently i think we've been writing songs that are in
> some way similar you wouldn't be able to tell as easily but i the past yeah
> there... there've been distinctive differences and i've always been i guess
> more drawn to like .. and influenced directly by joni mitchell and i like a
> lot of black music and groove music and stuff like that. it's easier for me
> to write a ballad and and amy's been you know edgier and able to rock more
> and things like that so ... but uhm the fortunate thing is that .. it ...
> they're not so desperate that we can't work them together when we come to
> arrange them and it .. it keeps the band interesting to me rather than us
> doing all the the same sort of things. so it works out well the fact that we
> are different.
> fd: so amy, that you're .. you're the chrissie ... chrissie hynde of ... of
> american folk?
> ar: [laughing]
> fd: pop? rock?
> ar: uhm well i'm flattered but i don't know about that. uh i guess i guess i
> listen to stuff that tends to be more till (?) left of center you know even
> the folk music you know i like is more has ... has more been edge (?)
> sometimes but also simplier. i mean i'm a simplier writer sometimes than
> emily. i don't have the musicality that i think she draws from. so i try to
> use my weakness as my strength.
> fd: yeah.
> ar: typically, that's what i do.
> fd: talking about strength, amy you love running i read somewhere and i also
> read one of your best runs was here in belgium, in brussels more exactly,
> whay was that?
> ar: i've actually had a couple of good runs here. uhm but emily runs too. we
> both run. uhm i had a ... actually you know last time we played this
> festival i went running actually and uhm i ran ... we stayed at the hotel on
> top of this hill and i ran like really far and i saw like a team practicing
> for the tour de france and - a bicycle team - and we just drew (?) all the
> countryside. it's just ... i think belgium as a country it's just
> unbelievable, you know? and ... and brussels uhm well i had good runs there
> too, so yeah. we ...we ... that's how i see places - when i go running. and
> i get lost usually so i end up running twice as far.
> fd: all right. just translate a little bit now. [translates] amy ray, emily
> saliers uh thank you very much for being here in our studio. you ...
> ar: thank you for having us.
> fd: you brought your guitars so...
> ar: yeees.
> fd ... so i may assume that you're going to play something?
> ar: yeah.
> fd: what will it be?
> ar: uh we're gonna play ... we're gonna play the song "become you" from ...
> fd: title number from the last album?
> ar: yeah yeah.
> fd: thank you.
> es: thank you.
> ar + es [playing "become you"]
>
> ines
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date: fri, 2 aug 2002 16:55:38 -0500
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i love the part about running....it especially reminds me that last
march ig came to first
avenue mpls, when we had a 30 below wind chill....amy goes, "i went
running this morning with my hands covering my face."
peace
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date: fri, 2 aug 2002 17:58:43 -0400
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could someone please, please, please, please, please record the be good
tonyas' performance at the cambridge folk festival this saturday from bbc
radio 2???? i would be forever indebted to any kind soul that has the
capabilities to do so, and would supply you w/boots, b&p's, chocolate,
whatever it takes. i'm leaving town right now, and will not be able to
respond to anyone until monday regarding trades or whatever - i promise i'll
make it worth your while. go to the links below and check out the schedule
for the weekend - there's lots of bands playing including tha girls. thanks
y'all!!!!!!!!!!

<http://www.cam-folkfest.co.uk/>
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/>

peace,
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date: sat, 3 aug 2002 11:39:16 -0700
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for my two cents, i think you can get better tickets online. for the =
last berkeley show, i got tickets online and i had three phones in the =
house calling in to several ticketmaster numbers all over california. i =
was able to actually purchase the tickets online about ten seconds after =
they went on sale, way before i even got through to a person online. =
the trick was, as i saw it, to go to the sale page and wait there, =
refreshing constantly for when they changed the page and i could =
purchase the tickets. it actually changed about two minutes before time =
on my clock, so i was able to zip through and get excellent tickets. i =
don't know about buying them in person. you would definately have to be =
first in line, and then you have to be lucky that you get someone =
helping you who is as urgent about getting the best tickets as possible. =
i could see them talking to a co-worker or something and not purchasing =
the tickets as soon as they come up for sale. or maybe they're new at =
the job and are just really slow or something. just a thought. =20
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for my two cents, i think you can get = better=20 tickets online. for the last berkeley show, i got tickets online = and i had=20 three phones in the house calling in to several ticketmaster numbers all = over=20 california. i was able to actually purchase the tickets online = about ten=20 seconds after they went on sale, way before i even got through to a = person=20 online. the trick was, as i saw it, to go to the sale = page and wait=20 there, refreshing constantly for when they changed the page and i could = purchase=20 the tickets. it actually changed about two minutes before = time on my=20 clock, so i was able to zip through and get excellent tickets. i = don't=20 know about buying them in person. you would definately have to be = first in=20 line, and then you have to be lucky that you get someone helping you who = is as=20 urgent about getting the best tickets as possible. i could see = them=20 talking to a co-worker or something and not purchasing the tickets = as soon=20 as they come up for sale. or maybe they're new at the job and are = just=20 really slow or something. just a thought.
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does anyone know of a melissa list like this one?
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> does anyone know of a melissa list like this one?
>
> thanks-
> kirsten
yes, you can subscribe by mail:
etheridge-subscribe@yahoogroups.com
or use the form at:
<http://groups.yahoo.com/group/etheridge>
there's a digest version, an info-only version, a bounce version and you can
even choose no mails if you prefer reading on the web.
see you there,
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coming out of lurkdom to say that the girls rocked last night in islington,
the readings and music worked really well and the venue was beautiful. i
took loads of photos so will post them to a website soon, did anyone tape
the gig ??
the best gig so far in the uk in my humble opinion :)
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its been an unusual day here in dublin. warm without a cloud in the
sky, this hasn't happened for god knows how many years. just in time for
the visit by amy and emily !!
anyway the music has been blaring all afternoon and i was just
wondering. i have bought a few cd's after hearing about musicians on
this list, michelle malone, jonatha brooke and the butchies come to
mind. today i was listening to one of my all time favourite albums -
white ladder by david grey. every time i listen to this album it just
gets better and better. david will need no introduction to the
europeans on the list but i was just wondering if the americans have
heard of him. if you have i'd love to hear what you think and if you
haven't heard of him buy the album, you won't be disappointed.
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bbc radio has a webcast from the cambridge folk festival with the girls
due on stage later on tonight.
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/folk/cambridge_2002/index.shtml>

jim

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hi,
i got the info from the k's choice forum
<http://www.hbvl.be/vindzoek/archief/artikel_detail.asp?id={1e053605-ca9e-4a8>
7-a183-64dfde266ab2}&check=online
the review is in dutch, are there any dutchies on this list who aren't
following the girls around like now and can translate it?
what i understand is that the indigo girls invited sarah bettens of k's
choice and liam o'maonlai and fiachna o'droainain of hothouse flowers on
stage to perform their hit "closer to fine" with them. with this unique sign
of brotherhood on friday all headliners of that single day were on stage at
the same time. it was raining on friday. presale of tickets was 20 % higher
than the year before. the average of people attending the folkfestival is
25,000 a day.
btw, as i'm new to the list i don't know if this was mentioned before, but
<http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio2/folk/cambridge_2002/> shows live videos from the
main stage of the cambridge folkfestival. the girls will be on stage soon.
ines
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subject: greek boot
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hey folks,
forwarded from the news-only list...
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date: sun, 4 aug 2002 22:19:34 -0400
subject: providence show info
following is the official press release for the ig concert in providence, ri on 9/20, including ticket information.
please note that tickets go onsale this thursday, august 8th!
also, for those who are wondering how to get the "best seats" possible (an almost-silly question because ppac is such a beautiful venue for a show), i've been told that you have a better chance of doing so through the ppac box office (online, in-person, or on the phone) than through ticketmaster. and fewer additional fees.
there is a six-ticket limit/person.
please pass this info on to anyone who may be interested - the more tickets sold, the more money goes to charity!
thank you!
peace, flora
press release
indigo girls to play benefit show at ppac
popular folk-rock duo amy ray and emily saliers, better known as indigo girls, will perform at the providence performing arts center on friday, september 20, at 8 p.m. this concert is being presented by the brown university concert agency and will benefit two local providence grassroots organizations, direct action for rights and equality (dare) and rhode island jobs with justice.
in their 22 years of musical collaboration, indigo girls have sold over 8,000,000 albums and earned six grammy nominations. the atlanta-based pair recently released their eighth studio album, become you, and have since been playing to sold-out crowds of thousands across the u.s., canada, and europe. known for their intricate harmonies, introspective lyrics, and stellar technical musicianship, indigo girls have also established a presence for themselves outside the traditional boundaries of the music world. ray and saliers have committed their music and their time to a wide range of sometimes controversial issues, including women's rights, gun control, the rights of indigenous peoples, gay and lesbian rights, and protection of the environment.
a portion of the net proceeds from the concert will be donated to direct action for rights and equality (dare) and rhode island jobs with justice, two organizations working to organize and support local communities in their struggles for social, political, and economic justice.
tickets are $30, plus a $2 facility charge and other applicable charges, and are available to the general public at 10 a.m. on thursday, august 8th, through the ppac box office, located at 220 weybosset street in downtown providence; (401) 421-2997; www.ppacri.org <http://www.ppacri.org/>; www.ticketmaster.com <http://www.ticketmaster.com/>; or 1-800-the-tick. brown students may purchase tickets for $20, plus a $2 facility charge, in person at the ppac box office or at the brown student activities office.
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hey everybody,
we have a day off today, so thought we'd write reviews of the past 3
shows in this current, wonderful uk tour.
wedgewood rooms, portsmouth 1 august
the venue was so tiny. capacity of 400 and it looked only two thirds
full. we had heard that this was a little warm up show for the rest of
the tour. having done the worthy ritual of waiting in line for 5-6
hours, we had front row spots, directly in front of amy. the stage was
pretty low and the barrier was right up against the stage, so at times
it felt like we were practically sitting on amy's lap! loved that! ;-)
first time i've had such a good view of the girls' footwear too and we
could read the setlist as soon as sulli stuck them to the ground.
setlist:
yield
the wood song
shame on you
deconstruction
i don't wanna know
power of two
become you
you've got to show
lucy stoners
get out the map
three hits
closer to fine
faye tucker
history of us
gone again
galileo
hope alone (a request. replaced collecting you on the setlist)
chickenman/bitterroot
this was just an acoustic duo show. the girls apologised for not
bringing the band. they said they couldn't afford to bring them.
the girls were in good spirits, although they talked of feeling jet
lagged. but amy said she didn't feel tired when jet-lagged, just felt
like she was on speed!! emily said that they'd been to the shore at
portsmouth and she commented on how all english dogs looked the same!
(i think she was referring to border collies). amy looked as bemused as
we were and said that emily must have been in an area that was reserved
for those dogs!! what!?? might not sound it now, but it was funny at
the time.
the girls told us that peter collins was in the audience and it was he
who suggested using the saxophone on the song they were about to
play...you've got to show. amy told us that he had told her to just
sing and not play on that song and so we was going to openly defy him by
singing and playing tonight. sounded great. we were later told that it
was peter's influence who put the string section into hope alone on the
album. emily said that "he's very polite, but has a way of sticking in
there until he gets his way".
i believe that amy is trying to promote stag whilst she's over here, now
that daemon releases have distribution over here at last. so it was a
treat to hear lucy stoners.
oh, and emily muffed a chord! when playing power of two, she missed the
intro riff a little bit and said "whoops" in the cutest way. aaaah.
there were a couple of kids in the audience that emily commented on.
she asked them their ages and whether they always go to late night
concerts! she then told us that her first ever concert was john denver.
she said "i was so queer" going to the show in a western shirt with a
red bandana at the top and denim jeans. somehow that led to the
introduction history of us, emily told us how it's her dad's favourite
song and that she loves her dad...and mom too. so she sent that song
out to them across the ocean.
fashion report:
amy wearing her braids, which i think look much better in the flesh than
in picture, her stripy blue/white trousers, stompy boots and her
blue/red/white t-shirt with the red woman's face on the front.
emily - faded black jeans, black v-neck t-shirt under a blue denim
overshirt with the patterned panels on the front and black boots.
merchandise report:
new t-shirts and a new baseball cap. both have the same design of an
origami bird, perhaps a swan, with indigo girls written underneath. the
t-shirt features the uk tour dates. then there's the same red become
you t-shirt, the sleeveless purple ig - become you t-shirt and the blue
one from the last tour, with their photo on the front and this time the
new dates on the back.
more to come...
claudine
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hi again, back with a co-writer, jen part 2...
union chapel, london 3 august 2002
this show was billed as an evening of words and music with special guest
sarah waters. we had no idea what that would mean. amy had talked
about it at portsmouth, saying that they had meetings about the show and
were going to do something different for us.
well, different it certainly was and it just worked so well. there were
readings of poems and literature that related to the songs that were
played and acted as an introduction to the themes in the songs. was
very well done and the readings were so apt. this was the first time
that they had done something like this and the girls felt it necessary
to do something different in london as this was their third visit in 8
months. they had invited sarah waters to do this with them and she
kindly accepted.
the venue also added so much to the magic of the night. union chapel is
a working church and so we were sat in the pews for the show. it was
funny because there had been a wedding in the church that afternoon.
there was a pulpit in the middle of the stage, so we were ready to be
preached at by amy and emily. :-)
the show started with dry ice being pumped into the stage and then the
girls, sarah waters and carol isaacs took their places on the stage.
this is how the show ran...
intro from emily
sarah - extract from tipping the velvet
emily, amy & sarah - extracts from virginia woolf's diary
virginia woolf
amy - poem by frank stanford called "the funeral ship"
three hits
get out the map
amy, emily & sarah - letter from cecilia (a zapatista) about the murder
of ingrid (native american activist)
nuevas senoritas
go
sarah - shakespeare's sonnet 24, followed by extract from affinity
collecting you
sarah - biography of lucy stone
amy solo - lucystoners
sarah - reading from elizabeth bowden about the blitz
emily solo - history of us
least complicated
amy, emily & sarah - transcript of court case about a murder of 10 black
men in the south in 1860s
become you
sarah - sex scene reading from fingersmith (amy and emily specifically
requested a sex scene to counteract the "sickly sentimentality of the
next song"...
power of two
sarah - reading about death
emily - a phrase about death
she's saving me.
yield
emily - reading called the drinking gourd (negro spiritual thing)
galileo
encore:
watershed (a request)
closer to fine
amy was visibly nervous during the first few readings, but it didn't
affect her performance. she did appear to be fidgety before her turn to
read though...all this nervous energy she has!
it was fascinating the girls facial expressions/reactions to sarah's
readings. the most interesting being the reading from fingersmith...yes
the sex scene! i believe amy was pleased to have a guitar to hide
behind! ;-)
most of the readings were from the 1860-80s and that garnered a lot of
whoops from the audience. sarah was very amused by this.
fashion report:
amy was wearing her pointy new cowboy boots, blue jeans, a very low cut
black strappy top (had a very good view of her chest tattoo!) and a blue
short sleeved overshirt, black with what looked like a dragon
embroidered on the front.
emily was wearing black boots, blue jeans, black t-shirt with pink short
sleeved overshirt.
that's it. more to follow...
claudine and jen
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 09:46:33 -0400
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do you know if anyone taped that show - i would love to get a copy! i have
nothing to trade (trying to build a collection of boots!), but willing to
pay whatever it costs.
thanks!
kellie
indigo2@blueyonder.co.uk writes:
>hey everybody,
>
>we have a day off today, so thought we'd write reviews of the past 3
>shows in this current, wonderful uk tour.
>
>wedgewood rooms, portsmouth 1 august
>
>the venue was so tiny. capacity of 400 and it looked only two thirds
>full. we had heard that this was a little warm up show for the rest of
>the tour. having done the worthy ritual of waiting in line for 5-6
>hours, we had front row spots, directly in front of amy. the stage was
>pretty low and the barrier was right up against the stage, so at times
>it felt like we were practically sitting on amy's lap! loved that! ;-)
>first time i've had such a good view of the girls' footwear too and we
>could read the setlist as soon as sulli stuck them to the ground.
>
>setlist:
>
>yield
>the wood song
>shame on you
>deconstruction
>i don't wanna know
>power of two
>become you
>you've got to show
>lucy stoners
>get out the map
>three hits
>closer to fine
>faye tucker
>history of us
>gone again
>galileo
>hope alone (a request. replaced collecting you on the setlist)
>chickenman/bitterroot
>
>this was just an acoustic duo show. the girls apologised for not
>bringing the band. they said they couldn't afford to bring them.
>
>the girls were in good spirits, although they talked of feeling jet
>lagged. but amy said she didn't feel tired when jet-lagged, just felt
>like she was on speed!! emily said that they'd been to the shore at
>portsmouth and she commented on how all english dogs looked the same!
>(i think she was referring to border collies). amy looked as bemused as
>we were and said that emily must have been in an area that was reserved
>for those dogs!! what!?? might not sound it now, but it was funny at
>the time.
>
>the girls told us that peter collins was in the audience and it was he
>who suggested using the saxophone on the song they were about to
>play...you've got to show. amy told us that he had told her to just
>sing and not play on that song and so we was going to openly defy him by
>singing and playing tonight. sounded great. we were later told that it
>was peter's influence who put the string section into hope alone on the
>album. emily said that "he's very polite, but has a way of sticking in
>there until he gets his way".
>
>i believe that amy is trying to promote stag whilst she's over here, now
>that daemon releases have distribution over here at last. so it was a
>treat to hear lucy stoners.
>
>oh, and emily muffed a chord! when playing power of two, she missed the
>intro riff a little bit and said "whoops" in the cutest way. aaaah.
>
>there were a couple of kids in the audience that emily commented on.
>she asked them their ages and whether they always go to late night
>concerts! she then told us that her first ever concert was john denver.
>she said "i was so queer" going to the show in a western shirt with a
>red bandana at the top and denim jeans. somehow that led to the
>introduction history of us, emily told us how it's her dad's favourite
>song and that she loves her dad...and mom too. so she sent that song
>out to them across the ocean.
>
>fashion report:
>amy wearing her braids, which i think look much better in the flesh than
>in picture, her stripy blue/white trousers, stompy boots and her
>blue/red/white t-shirt with the red woman's face on the front.
>emily - faded black jeans, black v-neck t-shirt under a blue denim
>overshirt with the patterned panels on the front and black boots.
>
>merchandise report:
>new t-shirts and a new baseball cap. both have the same design of an
>origami bird, perhaps a swan, with indigo girls written underneath. the
>t-shirt features the uk tour dates. then there's the same red become
>you t-shirt, the sleeveless purple ig - become you t-shirt and the blue
>one from the last tour, with their photo on the front and this time the
>new dates on the back.
>
>more to come...
>
>claudine
>
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 15:28:39 +0100
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hello again,
onto our final review of the day...
cambridge folk festival, 4 august 2002
i think the theme of the day was mud. lots of it. but hey, i suppose
that's what it's like to go to festivals in the uk in the summertime!
;-)
although the festival was over a weekend, we decided to only go for the
one day to see the girls. but i was impressed with the other artists we
saw play...dubliners, cara dillon, alison brown quartet, kate rugsby,
and john prine. that was the joy of getting there early. managed to
sneak to the front and got second row places for the day.
the girls came on stage at 8:40pm and played their headlining 1 hour 15
min slot. came out to a rapturous reception. it was nice to see the
other festival goers enjoy the girls too. again, they had lots of dry
ice over the stage. i suppose it looked good against the lighting, but
hey, it affects the photos we take! ;-)
the entire show was video recorded. not sure if that's for the webcast
or the tv highlights that are expected to be shown here next week.
what can we say? the girls looked great and were in great spirits. amy
said that she felt nervous about these things (the tv cameras
presumably?), but again that didn't show. emily commented on how
honoured they felt to be playing at this historical festival, the 38th
year of the festival in fact.
setlist:
get out the map
become you
power of two
yield
deconstruction
gone again
virginia woolf
starkville
closer to fine (with alison brown)
chickenman/bitterroot
least complicated
i don't wanna know (with seth lakeman from the cara dillon band)
soon be to nothing (with the cara dillon band)
moment of forgiveness
galileo
in typical ig spirit, they were the only performers who collaborated
with other artists. apparently they didn't know that alison brown was
playing at the festival until they arrived, but quickly asked her to
play on closer to fine. they commented on how she is a "player" (of the
banjo) and not a "hacker" as amy calls herself. it was funny though as
after alison played the banjo solo in place of the pennywhistle solo,
emily looked as if she didn't know and was just so in awe of alison's
playing. she commented afterwards that she doesn't know if it's
inspiring or debilitating when you hear someone play that well.
it was nice to hear soon be to nothing with cara dillon and her band.
that was a song they learned together back in the may tour. emily
forgot the words to that song and had to stop and start again. she said
she remembered them as soon as she stopped.
they stopped during the intro of gone again to retune. saying that it's
a horrible thing when a mandolin and a banjo aren't tuned properly. it
was during this that emily asked us whether we minded the mud. just
another we do for the girls is my response! but it was at that point
that amy chipped in and said how they hate to headline at festivals in
the states as a lot of people leave early "to beat the traffic".
fashion report:
amy - exactly the same as portsmouth, except she had no braids
emily - black top, urban camouflage pants and running shoes that looked
muddy.
and there we have it. edinburgh tomorrow. :-)
claudine
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 09:40:21 -0500
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> today i was listening to one of my all time favourite albums -
> white ladder by david grey. every time i listen to this album it just
> gets better and better. david will need no introduction to the
> europeans on the list but i was just wondering if the americans have
> heard of him. if you have i'd love to hear what you think and if you
> haven't heard of him buy the album, you won't be disappointed.
yes, his song babylon was on the radio almost constantly this past fall,
and i loved it. but i actually got his cd from the library, and was very
disappointed to find that i didn't like any of the other songs that much.
and babylon was overplayed, so now i'm sick of that too.
alas.
-andrea
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 11:50:48 -0400
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subject: birthdays (august 5th - august 11th, 2002)
please join me in wishing the following listees a happy birthday!
august 10, 1969. :)
foxmuldr@indy.net (rick hodgin)
august 10 ('78)
s-laufer@nwu.edu (sari)
august 10 ('75)
reposa@scf-fs.usc.edu (jeanette)
"so what is love then, is it dictated or chosen? does it sing like
the hymns of 1000 years or is it just pop emotion? and if it was ever
here and it left does it mean it never was true?"
august 11
chris talbot <talbotc@umich.edu>

may you get everything you wish for on your birthday and the year to
come :)
love and devotion,
audra
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"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, 5 aug 2002 20:41:34 +0100
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the first person i heard of who didn't like nearly all the other songs *better* than babylon  

peace,
eileen
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open your eyes and step outside. terry pratchett
>from: andrea crain
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>subject: re: nigc - david grey - for the americans on the list
>date: mon, 5 aug 2002 09:40:21 -0500
>
> > today i was listening to one of my all time favourite albums -
> > white ladder by david grey. every time i listen to this album it just
> > gets better and better. david will need no introduction to the
> > europeans on the list but i was just wondering if the americans have
> > heard of him. if you have i'd love to hear what you think and if you
> > haven't heard of him buy the album, you won't be disappointed.
>
>yes, his song babylon was on the radio almost constantly this past fall,
>and i loved it. but i actually got his cd from the library, and was very
>disappointed to find that i didn't like any of the other songs that much.
>and babylon was overplayed, so now i'm sick of that too.
>
>alas.
>-andrea
>
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 16:08:34 -0400
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just got back from a hiatus. testing my subscription.
and i got my tickets in the mail for baltimore yesterday :)
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 16:28:47 -0400
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hey...
i'm sure some of you folks in the philadelphia area will be heading over =
to concerts under the stars to see the divine miss. williams on sunday =
(and if you're not, you should). why not contrast that veritable =
dar-fest with an intimate evening of music?
y'all are invited to come see the wonderful beth amsel play at our house =
on saturday night. beth (indigo girls -> rose polenzani -> voices on the =
verge -> beth amsel) has a deliciously caramel voice that just melts in =
your ears, and a house concert is just the perfect place to hear music.
if you can't make it, spread the word anyway. because friends don't let =
friends miss beth amsel shows :)
email me or peep www.sixthst.com <http://www.sixthst.com/> for more info. if you're only =
half-considering it i'd be happy to throw in a couple of ig boots to =
encourage you!
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hkf
i have a stupid question for you, but a question unasked is more stupid than
a question asked right?
where in power of two is reference of sex made? i am kind of confused. . .
.
sarah - sex scene reading from fingersmith (amy and emily specifically
requested a sex scene to counteract the "sickly sentimentality of the
next song"...
power of two

kris

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subject: uk tour - london
date: mon, 5 aug 2002 14:30:54 +0100
hi again, back with a co-writer, jen part 2...
union chapel, london 3 august 2002
this show was billed as an evening of words and music with special guest
sarah waters. we had no idea what that would mean. amy had talked
about it at portsmouth, saying that they had meetings about the show and
were going to do something different for us.
well, different it certainly was and it just worked so well. there were
readings of poems and literature that related to the songs that were
played and acted as an introduction to the themes in the songs. was
very well done and the readings were so apt. this was the first time
that they had done something like this and the girls felt it necessary
to do something different in london as this was their third visit in 8
months. they had invited sarah waters to do this with them and she
kindly accepted.
the venue also added so much to the magic of the night. union chapel is
a working church and so we were sat in the pews for the show. it was
funny because there had been a wedding in the church that afternoon.
there was a pulpit in the middle of the stage, so we were ready to be
preached at by amy and emily. :-)
the show started with dry ice being pumped into the stage and then the
girls, sarah waters and carol isaacs took their places on the stage.
this is how the show ran...
intro from emily
sarah - extract from tipping the velvet
emily, amy & sarah - extracts from virginia woolf's diary
virginia woolf
amy - poem by frank stanford called "the funeral ship"
three hits
get out the map
amy, emily & sarah - letter from cecilia (a zapatista) about the murder
of ingrid (native american activist)
nuevas senoritas
go
sarah - shakespeare's sonnet 24, followed by extract from affinity
collecting you
sarah - biography of lucy stone
amy solo - lucystoners
sarah - reading from elizabeth bowden about the blitz
emily solo - history of us
least complicated
amy, emily & sarah - transcript of court case about a murder of 10 black
men in the south in 1860s
become you
sarah - sex scene reading from fingersmith (amy and emily specifically
requested a sex scene to counteract the "sickly sentimentality of the
next song"...
power of two
sarah - reading about death
emily - a phrase about death
she's saving me.
yield
emily - reading called the drinking gourd (negro spiritual thing)
galileo
encore:
watershed (a request)
closer to fine
amy was visibly nervous during the first few readings, but it didn't
affect her performance. she did appear to be fidgety before her turn to
read though...all this nervous energy she has!
it was fascinating the girls facial expressions/reactions to sarah's
readings. the most interesting being the reading from fingersmith...yes
the sex scene! i believe amy was pleased to have a guitar to hide
behind! ;-)
most of the readings were from the 1860-80s and that garnered a lot of
whoops from the audience. sarah was very amused by this.
fashion report:
amy was wearing her pointy new cowboy boots, blue jeans, a very low cut
black strappy top (had a very good view of her chest tattoo!) and a blue
short sleeved overshirt, black with what looked like a dragon
embroidered on the front.
emily was wearing black boots, blue jeans, black t-shirt with pink short
sleeved overshirt.
that's it. more to follow...
claudine and jen
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date: mon, 5 aug 2002 17:40:34 -0500
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you misunderstood. those are 2 separate items. sarah waters read a sex
scene from her work, which a&e had requested she do, because the song they
were going to do right after that, power of 2, is so full of sticky
sentimentality.
on mon, 5 aug 2002, kris hubbard wrote:
> hkf
>
> i have a stupid question for you, but a question unasked is more stupid than
> a question asked right?
>
> where in power of two is reference of sex made? i am kind of confused. . .
> .
> sarah - sex scene reading from fingersmith (amy and emily specifically
> requested a sex scene to counteract the "sickly sentimentality of the
> next song"...
> power of two
>
>
> kris
>
>
> from: claudine lapsky <indigo2@blueyonder.co.uk>
> reply-to: claudine lapsky <indigo2@blueyonder.co.uk>
> to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
> subject: uk tour - london
> date: mon, 5 aug 2002 14:30:54 +0100
>
> hi again, back with a co-writer, jen part 2...
>
> union chapel, london 3 august 2002
>
> this show was billed as an evening of words and music with special guest
> sarah waters. we had no idea what that would mean. amy had talked
> about it at portsmouth, saying that they had meetings about the show and
> were going to do something different for us.
>
> well, different it certainly was and it just worked so well. there were
> readings of poems and literature that related to the songs that were
> played and acted as an introduction to the themes in the songs. was
> very well done and the readings were so apt. this was the first time
> that they had done something like this and the girls felt it necessary
> to do something different in london as this was their third visit in 8
> months. they had invited sarah waters to do this with them and she
> kindly accepted.
>
> the venue also added so much to the magic of the night. union chapel is
> a working church and so we were sat in the pews for the show. it was
> funny because there had been a wedding in the church that afternoon.
> there was a pulpit in the middle of the stage, so we were ready to be
> preached at by amy and emily. :-)
>
> the show started with dry ice being pumped into the stage and then the
> girls, sarah waters and carol isaacs took their places on the stage.
> this is how the show ran...
>
> intro from emily
> sarah - extract from tipping the velvet
> emily, amy & sarah - extracts from virginia woolf's diary
> virginia woolf
> amy - poem by frank stanford called "the funeral ship"
> three hits
> get out the map
> amy, emily & sarah - letter from cecilia (a zapatista) about the murder
> of ingrid (native american activist)
> nuevas senoritas
> go
> sarah - shakespeare's sonnet 24, followed by extract from affinity
> collecting you
> sarah - biography of lucy stone
> amy solo - lucystoners
> sarah - reading from elizabeth bowden about the blitz
> emily solo - history of us
> least complicated
> amy, emily & sarah - transcript of court case about a murder of 10 black
> men in the south in 1860s
> become you
> sarah - sex scene reading from fingersmith (amy and emily specifically
> requested a sex scene to counteract the "sickly sentimentality of the
> next song"...
> power of two
> sarah - reading about death
> emily - a phrase about death
> she's saving me.
> yield
> emily - reading called the drinking gourd (negro spiritual thing)
> galileo
>
> encore:
> watershed (a request)
> closer to fine
>
> amy was visibly nervous during the first few readings, but it didn't
> affect her performance. she did appear to be fidgety before her turn to
> read though...all this nervous energy she has!
>
> it was fascinating the girls facial expressions/reactions to sarah's
> readings. the most interesting being the reading from fingersmith...yes
> the sex scene! i believe amy was pleased to have a guitar to hide
> behind! ;-)
>
> most of the readings were from the 1860-80s and that garnered a lot of
> whoops from the audience. sarah was very amused by this.
>
> fashion report:
>
> amy was wearing her pointy new cowboy boots, blue jeans, a very low cut
> black strappy top (had a very good view of her chest tattoo!) and a blue
> short sleeved overshirt, black with what looked like a dragon
> embroidered on the front.
> emily was wearing black boots, blue jeans, black t-shirt with pink short
> sleeved overshirt.
>
> that's it. more to follow...
>
> claudine and jen
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>the first person i heard of who didn't like nearly all the other songs *better*
than babylon
make that two. i had exactly the same reaction: "babylon" was good enough to
make me buy white ladder but there was nothing else on it that i wanted to hear
a second time. i came away with the impression that the hit was kind of a fluke
and that there wasn't any long-term greatness to come. (plus, the head-bobbing
is a little annoying.)
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> the entire show was video recorded. not sure if that's for the webcast
> or the tv highlights that are expected to be shown here next week.
hi,
thanks for your reviews, claudine, i enjoyed them. :-)
okay, here's my request: if the girls are shown in the tv highlights, would
a kind soul on this list be willing to make me a copy for b&c or trade
(don't have any ig videos though)?
thanks,
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<http://www.doriaroberts.com/ladyfestsouth/index.html>
october 10 - 13 in atlanta, ga. not sure when amy
performs yet.
susan, bummed that she lives in california!
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since there were a lot of listees who expressed interest in this show, and
since i seem to be caught up on the burning front, i'm extending the b&p
offer for the indigo girls - hamburg, germany 30 april 2002 show.
for b&p details, please see <http://www.bonster.com/indigo/summer2002.html>
as always, i'd love to trade for this, too!
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hi all...
thought i'd pass on a message to check out the new
band, patrice pike & the black box rebellion!
patrice pike and wayne sutton (formerly of sister
seven) put together this band just a little over a
year ago and they have a new cd out called, "fencing
under fire" - check it out. it is an excellent cd!
visit www.blackboxrebellion.com <http://www.blackboxrebellion.com/>
to those interested and in the area, patrice and the
boys will be playing in lincoln, ne at knickerbockers
this thursday, the 8th...
they'll go on after an acoustic opener and rock the
house! it's an 18 and over show and just a $5 cover.
check 'em out ~ patrice pike & the black box
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hey everyone,
just a heads up, the posters are now on sale!
jen wrote:
>just an fyi to all who are looking for one. cheers, jen
>
>the indigo girls poster will be available through our online store the
> >second week of august.


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good catch, yep, now you all can see what several of us have been 'ooing' and 'ahhhing' about for a while. oh yeah and here is the link.....
<http://www.alastore.ala.org/>
cheers again, jennifer

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>
>hey everyone,
>
>just a heads up, the posters are now on sale!
>
>jen wrote:
>>just an fyi to all who are looking for one. cheers, jen
>>
>>the indigo girls poster will be available through our online store
>>the
>> >second week of august.
>
>
>
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amy is holding "walking with the wind" by john lewis and emily is holding
"the last report on the miracles at little no horse" by louise erdich.
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does anyone know what books the girls are holding? i couldnt seem to see it
on my computer?
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can't remember the titles...one is by congressman john lewis and the other is by louise erdich......someone help me out here? cheers, jen

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what? where is it? i went to the page, and did not
see any poster of the girls . .. is there something
we have to click on? if so, what is it?
elaine
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elaine wrote:
>what? where is it? i went to the page, and did not see any poster of >the
>girls . .. is there something we have to click on? if so, what is it?
from the ala home page click on the ala store icon, and then on celebrity
read (upper left side under browse catalog).
also, the direct link to the ala store is <http://www.alastore.ala.org/>.

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just a friendly reminder that tickets for the providence show go on sale tomorrow (thursday) at 10am!! get them at the ppac box office (220 weybosset st), www.ppacri.org <http://www.ppacri.org/>, 401-421-2997, www.ticketmaster.com <http://www.ticketmaster.com/>, or 1-800-the-tick. you pick. tickets are $30 plus a $2 facility charge.
and a recap on the show: it's in the providence performing arts center (a beyoootiful, intimate theater) on friday, september 20th, at 8pm. proceeds will benefit direct action for rights and equality (dare: www.daretowin.org) <http://www.daretowin.org)/> and rhode island jobs with justice (www.rijwj.org <http://www.rijwj.org/>).
and, the ig website says that k's choice (duo) will be opening (though i haven't heard this from their management yet).
hope to see lots of you there!
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from: sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
subject: fwd: re: ala indigo girls poster
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hey folks,
the ala poster (which is very cool) will be available in australia through southern scene shortly, see details below...
-sherlyn
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from: "richard churm" <richardc@southernscene.com.au>
date: thu, 8 aug 2002 11:37:07 +1000
hi sherlyn,
yes we will be getting the indigo girls poster and the price will be $21.95
+ gst
[...]
we should have them in stock by two or three weeks. an order by e-mail is
fine, we will just get some credit card details from you to secure payment.
thank-you for your enquiry
richard churm
director
southern scene pty ltd
(02)9502 4400
richardc@southernscene.com.au
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date: wed, 7 aug 2002 20:22:28 -0700
reply-to: kris hubbard <tattoo1981@hotmail.com>
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from: kris hubbard <tattoo1981@hotmail.com>
subject: sigc rough times
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good evening all,
one i can't type tonight. no i thought i would interrupt discussion for a
second by saying that i owe a thank you to the person who made a boot of the
santa clara show this year it rocks. i don't have an email so i am doing it
this way. it is just wonderful.
on another note- i must say that ig is soothing and has soothed my soul for
the last couple of days because i have been sick a. k. a. manic-depressive
episode.
take care all
kris
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