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date: tue, 29 oct 2002 15:10:09 -0500
reply-to: shedyourskin 23 <shedyourskin23@hotmail.com>
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since no one has posted it yet....
from today's atlanta journal constitution. no word on whether this publication will be available on line yet. if you go to the ajc website there is also a small picture of amy.
cheers, jennifer
[ the atlanta journal-constitution: 10/29/02 ]  the newsstand  music quarterly includes free cd by don o'briant <mailto:dobriant@ajc.com>  atlanta journal-constitution staff writer  if you like to listen to music as well as read about it, one of the best deals on the newsstands is paste, a decatur-based quarterly magazine that includes a free cd sampler of works by famous and relatively unknown artists. the current cd features 21 songs by ryan adams, steve earle, josh miller and nanci griffith, among others.  the magazine itself is just as eclectic. "we didn't see any magazine out there covering this kind of music," says editor josh jackson, "so we decided to start one. our audience is people in their 20s and 30s and 40s who love new music, not just nostalgic stuff from their youth."  articles include interviews and profiles of the famous -- indigo girls, counting crows, lucinda williams, aimee mann -- as well as up-and-coming artists. "we value songcraft over style and depth over trendiness," jackson says, "and while we see the adult alternative and americana formats as the most fertile ground, there are amazing artists in the worlds of indie rock, alt-country and electronica. that's why we're as excited about the chance to talk to dave bazan, brian wilson and speech as we are chuck prophet, david wilcox and patty griffin."

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date: tue, 29 oct 2002 22:21:32 +0100
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since no one has posted it yet....
from today's atlanta journal constitution. no word on whether this
publication will be available on line yet. if you go to the ajc website
there is also a small picture of amy.
cheers, jennifer

[ the atlanta journal-constitution: 10/29/02 ]
the newsstand
music quarterly includes free cd
by don o'briant
atlanta journal-constitution staff writer
if you like to listen to music as well as read about it, one of the
best deals on the newsstands is paste, a decatur-based quarterly magazine
that includes a free cd sampler of works by famous and relatively unknown
artists. the current cd features 21 songs by ryan adams, steve earle, josh
miller and nanci griffith, among others.
the magazine itself is just as eclectic. "we didn't see any magazine
out there covering this kind of music," says editor josh jackson, "so we
decided to start one. our audience is people in their 20s and 30s and 40s
who love new music, not just nostalgic stuff from their youth."
articles include interviews and profiles of the famous -- indigo
girls, counting crows, lucinda williams, aimee mann -- as well as
up-and-coming artists.
"we value songcraft over style and depth over trendiness," jackson
says, "and while we see the adult alternative and americana formats as the
most fertile ground, there are amazing artists in the worlds of indie rock,
alt-country and electronica. that's why we're as excited about the chance to
talk to dave bazan, brian wilson and speech as we are chuck prophet, david
wilcox and patty griffin."

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since no one has posted it yet....
from today's atlanta journal constitution. no word on whether this=20 publication will be available on line yet. if you go to the ajc = website there=20 is also a small picture of amy.
cheers, jennifer
[ the atlanta journal-constitution: 10/29/02 ]=20  the = newsstand=20  music=20 quarterly includes free cd by = <a=20 href='3d"mailto:dobriant@ajc.com"'don o'briant  atlanta=20 journal-constitution staff writer  <font=20 size="3d-1" face="3darial,helvetica,geneva,sans-serif"if you like = to listen to=20 music as well as read about it, one of the best deals on the = newsstands=20 is paste, a decatur-based quarterly magazine that = includes a free=20 cd sampler of works by famous and relatively unknown artists. = the=20 current cd features 21 songs by ryan adams, steve earle, josh = miller and=20 nanci griffith, among others.=20  the magazine itself is just as eclectic. "we didn't see any = magazine=20 out there covering this kind of music," says editor josh = jackson, "so we=20 decided to start one. our audience is people in their 20s and = 30s and=20 40s who love new music, not just nostalgic stuff from their = youth."  articles include interviews and profiles of the famous -- = indigo=20 girls, counting crows, lucinda williams, aimee mann -- as well = as=20 up-and-coming artists. "we value songcraft over style and depth over trendiness," = jackson=20 says, "and while we see the adult alternative and americana = formats as=20 the most fertile ground, there are amazing artists in the worlds = of=20 indie rock, alt-country and electronica. that's why we're as = excited=20 about the chance to talk to dave bazan, brian wilson and speech = as we=20 are chuck prophet, david wilcox and patty=20 griffin."

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date: tue, 29 oct 2002 16:24:30 -0500
reply-to: jude hunter <hunterj_one@msn.com>
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from: jude hunter <hunterj_one@msn.com>
subject: oldie boot of the month
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hi all! it is a rainy, dreary day here on the middling east coast and =
i have way too much time on my hands (due to the foresight and character =
flaw of my previous employer) so after i did mundane things like clean ou=
t my computer desk drawers, i decided to transfer a few cassette boots to=
cdr. what a good time :) i have been in 1990 for the past week...first=
of all 10-25-90 seattle at the lush paramount theater (before the girls =
hit the water venues). fantastic show as all the seattle boots are. th=
e indigo girls have a special feeling for the pnw.
anyway, the show is special due to the wonderful chat during the performa=
nce. on the a side, emily and various audience helpmates work for about =
5 or 7 minutes just to tune her guitar for crazy game. this was before t=
he ig had the luxury of owning about a gazillion guitars (right carla:)
anyway they finally got it right and just as crazy game was over, amy sla=
ms into land of canaan sounding like she is definitely taking out all the=
tuning frustration on her guitar :) also, she notes to the audience that=
she is loosing her voice due to a raspy throat. well, not to worry, bec=
ause on the b side when she launches into romeo & juliet, let me tell you=
the raspy throat is an asset! she even adds a few *nah, nah, nah*s a la=
janis toward the end that are indeed a great thing to hear.
ok, well i did transfer 10-27-90 as well and em has a great story to tell=
about getting into a taxi in portland and the taxi driver who apparently=
is new to the city, gets very upset when she doesn't have directions to =
the place she wants to go. i think there are a few things i could have s=
aid =3d). also noteworthly, on this boot she sings play it again, sam an=
d amy offers the ballad of squeaky fromme. both sing the mindstopping am=
erican tune at the end. the best i have ever heard.
and yes, i did transfer 11-1-90, the night after halloween. the chatter =
was definitely the best here. emily lets everyone know that for the show=
the previous night on halloween she dressed as a cow. she seems to have=
some mind connection with the bovine planet as she has mention cows ofte=
n. there is a term paper in there somewhere. highlights ar strange fire =
and the water is wide. =20
so amy confessed that she came as a vegetarian. pretty cool =3d) not yo=
ur usual drugstore costume.
thanks for reading all this stuff and making my day. happy halloween and=
be careful out there.
jude :)get more from the web. free msn explorer download : <http://explor=/>
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<= div>hi all! it is a rainy, dreary day here on the middl= ing east coast and i have way too much time on my hands (due to the fores= ight and character flaw of my previous employer) so after i did mundane t= hings like clean out my computer desk drawers, i decided to transfer a fe= w cassette boots to cdr. what a good time :) i have been in 1= 990 for the past week...first of all 10-25-90 seattle at the lush paramou= nt theater (before the girls hit the water venues). fantastic= show as all the seattle boots are. the indigo girls have a special= feeling for the pnw.
anyway, the show is sp= ecial due to the wonderful chat during the performance. on the a si= de, emily and various audience helpmates work for about 5 or 7 minutes ju= st to tune her guitar for crazy game. this was before the ig had th= e luxury of owning about a gazillion guitars (right carla:)
&n= bsp;
anyway they finally got it right and just as crazy game w= as over, amy slams into land of canaan sounding like she is definitely ta= king out all the tuning frustration on her guitar :) also, she notes to t= he audience that she is loosing her voice due to a raspy throat. we= ll, not to worry, because on the b side when she launches into romeo &= ; juliet, let me tell you the raspy throat is an asset! she even ad= ds a few *nah, nah, nah*s a la janis toward the end that are indeed a gre= at thing to hear.
ok, well i did transfer 10= -27-90 as well and em has a great story to tell about getting into a taxi= in portland and the taxi driver who apparently is new to the city, gets = very upset when she doesn't have directions to the place she wants to go.= i think there are a few things i could have said =3d). also = noteworthly, on this boot she sings play it again, sam and amy offers the= ballad of squeaky fromme. both sing the mindstopping american tune= at the end. the best i have ever heard.
<d= ivand yes, i did transfer 11-1-90, the night after halloween. the = chatter was definitely the best here. emily lets everyone know that= for the show the previous night on halloween she dressed as a cow. = she seems to have some mind connection with the bovine planet as she has= mention cows often. there is a term paper in there somewhere. high= lights ar strange fire and the water is wide.
</d= iv
so amy confessed that she came as a vegetarian. pretty coo= l =3d) not your usual drugstore costume.
<d= ivthanks for reading all this stuff and making my day. happy hallo= ween and be careful out there.
jude :)=
<br clear=3dall><hr>get more from the web. free msn explor=
er download : <a href=3d'<http://explorer.msn.com/>'><http://explorer.msn.com=/>
</a><br></p>
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date: tue, 29 oct 2002 23:57:15 -0500
reply-to: tisara@webworqs.com
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from: "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@webworqs.com>
subject: birthdays! (october 28th - november 3rd, 2002)
hey all! sorry i didn't get this out yesterday...hope you'll find a
moment of forgiveness, if you know what i mean :p
october 29
indilint@aol.com (karmen ford)
october 29
sunnyig@yahoo.org (sunny)
"the truth is, we all do the best we can do until we are stronger,
wiser,
willing, and ready to do better."
october 31
madonajk@alpha.delta.edu (mark anthony donajkowski)
* strange fire (epic version), 31 october 1989
november 1
longwell_ls@hotmail.com - l'sly
"i wasted time and now time doth waste me"
betsy bertiaux
bbertiaux@earthlink.net

have a good time y'all - and don't eat too many sweets! :)
love and devotion,
audra
bge


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beyond the reach of other desires. no-one can legislate love;
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date: wed, 30 oct 2002 10:02:02 -0500
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<<http://www.pastemusic.com/product/328>>. you can also buy individual
issues from their front page <<http://www.pastemusic.com/>>.
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at 03:10 pm 10/29/2002, shedyourskin 23 wrote:
>[sherlyn's note: this message was originally sent to the indigo
>girls mailing list at netspace.org.]
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>since no one has posted it yet....
>
> from today's atlanta journal constitution. no word on whether this
> publication
>will be available on line yet. if you go to the ajc website there is also a
>small picture of amy.
>
>cheers, jennifer
>
>[ the atlanta journal-constitution: 10/29/02 ]
>the newsstand
>
>music quarterly includes free cd
>by don o'briant</a>
>atlanta journal-constitution staff writer
>
>if you like to listen to music as well as read about it, one of the best deals
>on the newsstands is paste, a decatur-based quarterly magazine that includes a
>free cd sampler of works by famous and relatively unknown artists. the current
>cd features 21 songs by ryan adams, steve earle, josh miller and nanci
>griffith, among others.
>
>the magazine itself is just as eclectic. "we didn't see any magazine out there
>covering this kind of music," says editor josh jackson, "so we decided to
>start
>one. our audience is people in their 20s and 30s and 40s who love new music,
>not just nostalgic stuff from their youth."
>
>articles include interviews and profiles of the famous -- indigo girls,
>counting crows, lucinda williams, aimee mann -- as well as up-and-coming
>artists.
>
>"we value songcraft over style and depth over trendiness," jackson says, "and
>while we see the adult alternative and americana formats as the most fertile
>ground, there are amazing artists in the worlds of indie rock, alt-country and
>electronica. that's why we're as excited about the chance to talk to dave
>bazan, brian wilson and speech as we are chuck prophet, david wilcox and patty
>griffin."
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date: thu, 31 oct 2002 14:49:12 est
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from: emliz92@aol.com
subject: wbos holiday show...
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hi,
i was wondering if anyone else did not get tickets to this show? does this
mean that a limited # of seats were allowed for the presale, and that the
rest would be released on saturday, or does this mean that the show has sold
out (but for a few sucky single seats) totally? if anyone has any info could
you please let me know!
thanks,
janet
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date: thu, 31 oct 2002 14:54:28 -0500
reply-to: victoria.heckler@ppfa.org
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from: "<victoria heckler>" <victoria.heckler@ppfa.org>
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its been the general consensus that this pre-sale, like most, only made
limited (read: the worst) seats available. many of us logged in right as
tickets went on sale and were only offered orchestra seats way to the back
or off to the sides or balcony seats. they will make more tickets available
for the public sale on saturday. there were also other "advance" ticketing
options for this show...like clear channels "get access" club, but those
tickets seemed to be limited to the back section of the front orchestra.
and, of course, ticket brokers have been selling seats to this show since at
least monday!
also, since this is a radio station sponsored concert, i am assuming that a
good lot of seats will be witheld for contest winners, etc.
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sent: thursday, october 31, 2002 2:49 pm
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subject: wbos holiday show...

hi,
i was wondering if anyone else did not get tickets to this show? does this
mean that a limited # of seats were allowed for the presale, and that the
rest would be released on saturday, or does this mean that the show has sold
out (but for a few sucky single seats) totally? if anyone has any info could
you please let me know!
thanks,
janet
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date: thu, 31 oct 2002 16:20:21 -0500
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from: c carter <ccigfan@mindspring.com>
subject: nigc:patty griffin and emmylou harris - no more landmines!
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this is for all you atlantans!! (and those in raleigh, north carolina, =
asheville, knoxville and b'ham) -
there is a show that need not be missed on friday, 11/8/02, at the =
tabernacle in atlanta. it's a benefit starring emmylou harris, patty =
griffin, bruce cockburn and mary chapin carpenter. the cause is =
'concerts for a landmine free world'. all proceeds benefit programs of =
vietnam veterans of america foundation (vvaf). the agency's programs =
assist civilian victims of war and conflict in foreign countries by =
providing physical and social rehabilitation services. go to =
ticketmaster to check out other available dates.
i am shocked to tell you that there are excellent seats left. this =
reserved seating event starts at 8p and tickets are $42. that's a bit =
steep, but it's for a good cause! if you haven't had the thrill of =
hearing patty griffin, i must tell you that she is one of the most =
prolific songwriters around and she has a voice that will absolutely =
make you cry! numerous artists have covered her songs including emmylou =
and the dixie chicks. =20
please consider supporting this cause. i guarantee (and i don't say =
that lightly!) you will experience a magical night of music.
hope to see all of you singer/songwriter fans at the show!
thanks.
cheri

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this is for all you atlantans!! (and = those in=20 raleigh, north carolina, asheville, knoxville and b'ham) -
there is a show that need not be missed = on friday,=20 11/8/02, at the tabernacle in atlanta. it's a = benefit starring=20 emmylou harris, patty griffin, bruce = cockburn and=20 mary chapin carpenter. the cause is 'concerts for a landmine free=20 world'. all proceeds benefit programs of vietnam veterans of = america=20 foundation (vvaf). the agency's programs assist civilian victims of war = and=20 conflict in foreign countries by providing physical and social = rehabilitation=20 services. go to ticketmaster to check out other available=20 dates.
i am shocked to tell you that there are = excellent=20 seats left. this reserved seating event starts at 8p and tickets = are=20 $42. that's a bit steep, but it's for a good cause! if you = haven't=20 had the thrill of hearing patty griffin, i must tell you that she is one = of the=20 most prolific songwriters around and she has a voice that will = absolutely make=20 you cry! numerous artists have covered her songs including emmylou = and the=20 dixie chicks.
please consider supporting this = cause. i=20 guarantee (and i don't say that lightly!) you will experience = a=20 magical night of music.
hope to see all of you = singer/songwriter fans at=20 the show!
thanks.
cheri

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date: thu, 31 oct 2002 14:51:11 -0900
reply-to: dave lieben <dlieben@kpunet.net>
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from: dave lieben <dlieben@kpunet.net>
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hi folks!
thanks to mary/marie i have a copy of this show available for trade or
blanks and postage.
here's the setlist:
disc 1
1. yield
2. least complicated
3. moment of forgiveness
4. get out the map
5. shame on you
6. hope alone
7. reunion
8. the wood song
9. become you
10. deconstruction
11. dairy queen
12. closer to fine (with sarah bettens)
13. faye tucker
disc 2
1. power of two
2. gone again
3. collecting you
4. kid fears
5. peace tonight
6. chickenman
7. starkville
i'll take a bunch.
happy halloween!
dave
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date: thu, 31 oct 2002 15:12:35 -0900
reply-to: dave lieben <dlieben@kpunet.net>
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from: dave lieben <dlieben@kpunet.net>
subject: poughkeepsie, ny-9/14/02 offer closed
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hi again.
subject says it all!
dave
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