lifeblood: listlogs: 2002-11c


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date: thu, 14 nov 2002 23:20:22 -0600
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from: diane weidenkopf <dweiden@ix.netcom.com>
subject: re: sacds?
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a super audio cd - not a great name. :-) here is a link to an
article i read that got me interested.
high-definition music has arrived
<http://www.msnbc.com/news/810537.asp>

diane


barbara bordner wrote:
> at risk of sounding like a dork....what is an sacd?
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date: thu, 14 nov 2002 23:21:37 -0600
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thanks diane!
barb
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date: fri, 15 nov 2002 14:03:31 -0500
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hello all,
i'm looking for a live version of "compromise" on mp3.
are there any sites out there anyone could suggest. i had never been out to indigofans.com. yowza. pretty nifty.
thanks all,
kc
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date: fri, 15 nov 2002 14:12:57 -0500
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and while i'm thinking about this...
a little over three years ago i blasted down to texas and went to two shows in austin and one at the bronco bowl in dallas (my god, you texans are great for a party - and generally good folks). i had the time of my life and i'm still carrying the guitar pick an elegant anonymous texas amazon rescued for me. so i've been a little nostalgic about that trip lately...
i was wondering if any of you who met at luby's before that crankin' bronco bowl show were still on the list.
hope you are all well and happy.
kc
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date: fri, 15 nov 2002 17:08:35 -0500
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i've got some live stuff in shn format up on furthernet & some shows in shn
& mp3 on icq


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>subject: online mp3
>date: fri, 15 nov 2002 14:03:31 -0500
>
>hello all,
>
>i'm looking for a live version of "compromise" on mp3.
>are there any sites out there anyone could suggest. i had never been out to
>indigofans.com. yowza. pretty nifty.
>
>thanks all,
>kc
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date: fri, 15 nov 2002 22:35:22 -0800
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hello-
i was looking at the ig website and noticed that they have european
merchandise. i want to buy, but i don't know how the money thing works
since it is in pounds instead of dollars. would someone please help?
kris
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date: sat, 16 nov 2002 14:55:35 -0000
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i've found this link that may be helpful : it's a universal currency
converter....
<http://www.xe.net/ucc/>
hope that helps,
john.
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> hello-
>
> i was looking at the ig website and noticed that they have european
> merchandise. i want to buy, but i don't know how the money thing works
> since it is in pounds instead of dollars. would someone please help?
>
> kris
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date: sat, 16 nov 2002 16:14:48 -0600
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paul melancon, who opened for the girls in florida has some intereesting
comments on the shows in his tour diary. i'm pasting one entry below,
there is more at his website:
<http://www.paulmelancon.com/>
diane

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0 november 2002
saenger theatre (pensacola, fl)
w/ indigo girls
first off... that storm that blew through the southeast, spawning
tornadoes all
over alabama? we drove home in that. we didn't know that it was
happening.
well, i mean, we drove home in the middle of a monster storm that
never
seemed to stop, we just didn't know that it was some massive storm
front that
we were following all night, and that there were tornadoes touching
down all
around us.
i don't think i can really wrap up the whole experience of the tour
well. but let
me try to talk about the pensacola show... it's possible it wasn't
the best show
of the tour, or our best performance. but it was probably the best
response we
got in what was a string of pretty strong responses. when we started
(with "hey,
california") people were still audibly talking through the show, but
further into
the set there wasn't any of that. so either they finished what they
had to say or
we hooked them.
the saenger theatre is another movie palace like the florida theatre
was. a
beautiful old room that has recently been saved apparently from
destruction. we
got in and went through the usual load-in and setup process, by now
it was a
very quick thing we did without much thought, really. we finished the
soundcheck and went down to eat. amy, andrea and stacey were
downstairs
talking daemon stuff, which i tried to overhear without much success.
we ate
and got ready. i met russell carter for the first time, who for some
reason
looked nothing like i imagined.
the show went well. like i say, it wasn't our best, but the
differences between
the shows as far as performance were really just nuances. it was a
good show
for us. i felt energetic once we started (i was close to falling
asleep beforehand,
we drove six hours to get to pensacola) and i think i was good with
the crowd
and good moving around. we all seemed a bit more energetic overall,
pushing
the last bit of energy out for the last show. since i hadn't had any
sort of chance
to talk to amy or emily before the show i didn't know for sure if
they were going
to come out to do the cover ("the air that i breathe," by the way)
again, until
the cheers went up just before the chorus and i knew they must have
just
walked onto the stage. i tried to take everything in during the song,
looking
around at both of them and the crowd and trying to remember what it
felt like to
be there. the crowd was very responsive, especially to the little bit
of
radiohead's "creep" that we do in the middle.
the song ended and it was out to hang out by the merch table, signing
cds and
talking to people. when the girls started their set i headed
backstage. andrea
told me i should really go ahead and practice the melodica thing for
"closer to
fine," even though i really didn't think after the night before
they'd want that
again. but i stood in the hallway and tried to re-learn the part in
the correct key.
at one point during the set emily left the stage and headed down by
the
dressing rooms and so i asked her if they wanted me to do the solo
again and
she smiled at me and said of course but added, "are you going to do
it in 'a' this
time?" i liked the moment not just because, yes, they wanted me to,
but also
because there's enough of a relationship there now where she's able
to pick on
me.
i know that reads awfully weird but it was a very cool moment.
anyway, i ran through it a million more times and went up on stage.
just before
they began emily sort of motioned that i could just come out before
the part, but
then amy caught my eye and just called me out to sing along, too. i
sang and
nailed the solo, using up every lucky break i had left, i think. the
place went up
when i started (and that's something, because they're always really
loud for
that song, every single person in the room is singing, and it happens
every
show) and i can't imagine that the first half of the solo could even
be heard over
the noise. but it was incredible. they both smiled at me after it was
done before
going into the last verse. i waved and left the stage after the song
was done and
amy took the time to thank the band and mention us all by name. i
went back to
waiting to do "kid fears" which was in the encore for this show. they
introduced
me again and the crowd gave me a good cheer and i sang my bit. i know
it
sounds so clinical when i try to describe it. i loved doing it. every
single time.
pensacola was a little extra because i knew it would be the last time
i'd do it
and i watched the crowd and watched the girls as i did, trying to
squeeze every
last bit of the experience out of it. they thanked me and the crowd
cheered and
i waved. they started "galileo" and i headed back out front to the
merch table
one last time.
we sold as many cds in pensacola as we did on our other big night in
jacksonville. i never would have imagined we would do so well, before
we left i
had thought if i could sell 10 cds a show i would be in really good
shape. that
was really underestimating things, it turns out. i signed a lot of
cds, which
became a very zen thing after awhile. i tried to talk as much as
possible with
people as they were standing there, i hate for it to just be some
sort of factory
line. i find, though, that some people want to talk and others seem
like they
think they need to get in and out. it's a weird thing to be on the
other side of, for
me. i thought i did well, though, for being someone who is so shy
about talking
to people. during the set lee had mentioned the whole "kissing my red
hair"
thing from the tampa show so several people came up and asked if they
could.
one day i will make lee pay. then again, i had two really cute girls
who wanted
a picture taken with me, and since i was already sitting at the time
they ended
up on my lap, so maybe i shouldn't complain.
look, i typed that last line and i'm still laughing at myself. it was
just
bewildering and so unbelievably flattering. i can't even put it into
words. i am
really a pathologically shy person and i have dealt with the whole
musician
thing for a long time as if it were just sort of a character i play,
a "me" that
happens to be extroverted. but being surrounded by this sort of thing
just
pushed it into the bizarre, and while it was happening i just kept
thinking how in
the world did i end up here with these two girls on my lap?
i'll never be able to explain. the entire experience of the tour is
just one long
experience like that. it's hard to comprehend that it happened. the
long,
delirious drive back doesn't help matters and, since i slept through
most of
monday, as i write this i still feel as if the show just happened
tonight, but at
the same time it feels like it didn't happen at all.
i'll tell you one more thing for free... it's not as if we were out
palling around with
amy and emily during the tour. lee seemed to actually know them a
little, and
they'd chat from time to time, but overall we only saw them just
before they
soundchecked, and then when we'd go downstairs to eat. sometimes we'd
see
them after the show for a bit, too. but they had other people around
them as well
and so i never tried to insinuate myself into that. i tried to grant
them a certain
amount of space, maybe that was a mistake in some ways but i also
know they
have more than their fair share of people who want to be "close" to
them. so to
me it seemed like the most respectful thing to do. but even so they
were
constantly kind to us. i had never even met emily before and she was
so
friendly. they both seemed to genuinely love what we were doing and
really
wanted us to have our decent chance to win people over. cynically a
person can
think that amy has legitimate business reasons for getting us
exposure, but it
never felt that way at all and i would argue the point with anyone
who tried to
suggest it. i could go on and on and already have, really, but they
just were
amazingly kind and helpful the entire time and i could never begin to
thank them
enough for the entire experience. i feel the same way tonight as i
did when i
was 20 and sitting on a stoop in downtown atlanta coming off my first
acid trip
(my apologies to my parents if they're reading this), the world
looked completely
different to me and i still feel as if the experience colors my way
of thinking.
i am notoriously unable to 'surrender to the moment,' i think it's
safe to say,
but for the past eight days i was living in an alien world and
everything that
happened felt magical, and frankly i don't care how unbelievably
silly that
sounds.
well, okay, i care just enough to point out that i don't.
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date: sun, 17 nov 2002 10:59:47 est
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subject: nigc: grand opera house in wilmington
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has anyone been to this venue before? if you have and are familiar with the
venue could you email me, i have a question about the seating.
thanks!
sandy
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has anyone been to this venue before? if you have and are familiar with the venue could you email me, i have a question about the seating.

thanks!
sandy
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date: sun, 17 nov 2002 11:43:24 -0600
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got tix in the third row for last nights acoustic solo show. shes'
broken a bone in her foot so is on crutches so its a real laid back
mellow show. was no more than 5 feet from her and she is in fine form.
if you have a chance to catch any of this acoustic tour, run. it should
not be missed. shes' heading up to the northeast next. if you can, don't
miss it.
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date: sun, 17 nov 2002 12:11:09 -0600
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today's football freebie - ig 2/17/02 catalyst, santa cruz 2
discs -
send you name and address by the end of the cowboys- colts game, i'll
pick one winner.
good luck,
diane
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offer closed. winner notified.

diane weidenkopf wrote:
> today's football freebie - ig 2/17/02 catalyst, santa cruz 2
> discs -
>
> send you name and address by the end of the cowboys- colts game, i'll
> pick one winner.
>
> good luck,
>
> diane
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date: tue, 19 nov 2002 07:25:32 +0100
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subject: birthdays!!!!!!! (november 18th - 24th, 2002)
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i'd like to give a happy birthday shout out to the following listees:
november 18 ('73)
asl@gandalf.ucms.maine.edu (michael reynolds)
november 18 (80)
gsbleeker@mail.utexas.edu (geoff)
november 19
maclayton@mhc.mtholyoke.edu (margaret clayton)
november 20 ('75)
john.bond@lineone.net (john)
"where's the kaboom? there was supposed to be an earth - shattering
kaboom!!!" - marvin the martian
november 20 ('75)
fearst@gabrobins.com (tracy fears)
"stay wild my soul child and don't you let 'em bring you down"-shawn
mullins
"if i can stay alive i could be somebody tomorrow"-michelle malone
november 21
macleods@spectranet.ca (lori macleod)
"i'd like to wish tami a happy 30th birthday"
- from the geneva show (11/3/97)
november 22
reb22@hermes.cam.ac.uk (rachael e. bradley)
luna-tick@home.com (luna mook tick)
november 23
rcn@prcn.org (kim fischer)
"pain from pearls -hey little girl
how much have you grown?"
november 23
rgcs1123@aol.com (rena)
"so i know i'm all right
life will come and life will go"
november 23 ('77)
vmenanteau@aol.com (erika menanteaux)
gitroop@aol.com (erin tripp)
november 24 ('75)
kdeis@phoenix.kent.edu (kellie deis)
('73)
michalack@nku.edu (andrew michalack)

holy beejeez! looks like there will be a lot of partying this week!
rock on! be safe! have fun!
love and devotion,
audra
bge


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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 11:53:58 -0500
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this is from the newest emory magazine which we just got in our boxes today.... cheers.
<http://www.emory.edu/emory_magazine/autumn2002/harmonies.html>
there is also a nice write-up on kt kilborn as well! check it out!


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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 12:37:09 -0500
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hey kids, i have one extra third row seat to the holiday music revue on dec 18th @ the tabernacle, if any of you are interested. it is sec 51 row c --on the center aisle. asking for face + tb fees.....$45
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 14:38:20 -0800
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subject: sf lp & cassette for sale
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hello all :-)
just wanted to spread the word that i am selling an original strange =
fire lp & cassette from indigo records in 1987. i'm selling them =
together as a set for $210 (includes shipping.) if anyone is interested, =
let me know, if not i'll post them on ebay. :-)
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hello all :-)
just wanted to spread the word that i = am selling an=20 original strange fire lp & cassette from indigo records in 1987. i'm = selling=20 them together as a set for $210 (includes shipping.) if anyone is = interested,=20 let me know, if not i'll post them on ebay. :-)
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 18:49:22 -0500
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hey folks,
here's the emory magazine article that was mentioned earlier - url is
<http://www.emory.edu/emory_magazine/autumn2002/harmonies.html>
cheers,
sherlyn
---begin article---
harmonies of the heart
by paige p. parvin
so we must love while these moments are still called today
take part in the pain of this passion play
stretching our youth as we must, until we are ashes to dust
until time makes history of us.
emily saliers '85c wrote the song "history of us" soon after
graduating from emory, the same summer she toured europe in a
volkswagen bus with her father, theology professor don saliers, and
mother and three sisters. now, when she looks back on her time at the
college more than fifteen years later, saliers still lights up with
pride and genuine fondness.
"i can tell you i loved my years there," saliers says. "they were
very fruitful in terms of my friendships, and what i learned, and me
and amy exploring our music. it was like a springboard for the rest
of my life."
as one half of the internationally acclaimed folk-pop duo the indigo
girls, the openly gay saliers is one of emory's most celebrated
graduates. she's known for her lyrical, guitar-spun ballads that
resonate powerfully with a diverse, devoted fan base. after seventeen
years and eight full-length albums (the most successful won a grammy
and went double-platinum), saliers and her musical partner, amy ray
'86c, continue to play sold-out shows around the world.
it's easy to forget the pair put out their first single on the emory
campus, selling it at a table in front of the duc for $1.
besides making music, saliers' favorite memories of college are of
intimate, impassioned talks with her circle of close friends, who
helped shape her early activist leanings. her classes, she says,
helped her learn to question, to challenge, and to think
independently; her english courses, with their focus on language and
expression, also shaped her songwriting. she and ray embraced the
university's emphasis on public service and furthering a community
good.
today, the indigo girls' progressive social activism is as much a
part of their public persona as their guitars and boots. their
efforts on behalf of native americans, women, and the environment are
well documented. they are also strong advocates of gay rights.
"i know we are perceived as this radical activist lesbian band, and
that becomes a problem in an industry run by men," saliers says. "a
lot of women sell records through their straight sexuality. on the
other hand, we have this great career, we have all this control,
where we are able to speak our minds and enjoy the freedom of that."
at emory, emily was not yet out as a lesbian. "i just didn't have the
self-awareness when i was a student there to get to the point of
coming out," she says. "i dated guys, but i was sort of exploring the
beginnings of my gay life. when i look back, i wish i had had more
courage, and i admire people whose vision was so clear. but when my
moment came, it was so clear and right, and okay with me and god and
my family and anyone who mattered to me."
saliers is particularly proud of the strides emory has made toward
equality and acceptance for gay community members. when the indigo
girls appeared on campus for a performance and talk during the
university's year of reconciliation, she was impressed by how far
students have come since she graduated. many of their questions
focused matter-of-factly on the singers' sexual orientation.
"the whole tenor of the evening certainly felt very open-minded," she
says. "when i was in school, kids didn't feel comfortable raising
questions of sexuality like they do now. i consider that progress.
and for emory to open up and give that opportunity to us was
something i really appreciated."
saliers' connection to emory runs deep. her father is the director of
emory's master of sacred music program and the william r. cannon
professor of theology and worship in the candler school of theology.
a noted scholar and author of more than a dozen books on christian
theology, don is also, like his daughter, a musician at heart=96and
soul. he has served as musical director of the ecumenical university
worship for some twenty years, and he composes and performs sacred
music that lends itself expressly to spiritual experience.
emily says she grew up in an intellectual "community of lefties"
where music and learning were as essential air and water. don says
the first song emily and her sisters ever wrote was a protest song
about pollution. he remembers when the entire saliers clan would
harmonize together for hundreds of miles on long family car trips. at
a recent photo shoot in the university's performing arts studio, he
and his second-oldest daughter couldn't resist noodling around
together on the piano and guitar that were supposed to serve as
props.
despite stylistic differences, the two seem to approach their music
in much the same way=96striving not only for artistic excellence, but
for meaning and message that reach soul-deep. this shared pursuit has
led them to plan a collaborative project, a book they will write
together about music, sacred and secular, and the experience of
making it.
"i think there is much we will agree on," don says. "both of us want
our music to touch the human heart in a way that is deep and
meaningful, to offer images to live by and live to=96even if they are
painful. we want music to be honest, truthful. of course, as a
composer of sacred music, i would add that i want it to awaken awe,
and wonder, to speak of transcendence.
"although, you know," he adds, "there is a kind of liturgy that goes
on in the indigo girls' concerts too. people take the words and music
into their hearts, into their bodies. they can get seven thousand
people to sing, or bring them total silence=96i think that really says
something. there is a wonderful dialogue that happens when they are
at full stretch."
don and emily already have begun work on their book by taping hours
of conversations with one another, which is how they plan to develop
most of the material. to a father and daughter with rich careers and
rigorous schedules, setting aside time for heart-to-heart talks=96and
calling it work=96is a rare pleasure.
"we have spent a lot of time talking about our own personal
experience, and how it affects our relationship as father and
daughter," emily says. "i can't even tell you how it feels to be able
to have time like that with my father. i feel so blessed that he is
part of this academic community, and it's a part of my life, too."
=96p.p.p.
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 20:38:21 -0500
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um...
curse of the starving class - some solos emily did for a play - it is on
indigofans in the upload section
only three tracks - wonder if anyone is in touch with kidfears from waaaay
back in the irc days and if she can confirm...
just a heads up - the indie studio sessions are also in the uploads section
and like a gazillion shows are online...
and yeah - portland, guiford and northhampton will be encoded (along with
some uncirculating stuff) after my movie is finally edited
mike r.
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 21:50:31 -0500
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<<curse of the starving class - some solos emily did for a play - it is
on indigofans in the upload section>>
that's not emily's solo album - these tracks were on early recordings
iii.
neil
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 21:03:36 -0600
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so what is on em's (alleged) solo album? anyone know?
diane
"neil :o)" wrote:
> <<curse of the starving class - some solos emily did for a play - it is
> on indigofans in the upload section>>
>
> that's not emily's solo album - these tracks were on early recordings
> iii.
>
> neil
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> ps - mike - videos?
>
> coming soon to our house concert series:
> december 7th: mary arden collins
> january 25th: nancy falkow, amber delaurentis,
> christine havrilla and colleen mcfarland(!)
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 22:30:15 -0500
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hey...
<<so what is on em's (alleged) solo album? anyone know?>>
somebody had it - the album i mean - and for whatever reason wouldn't or
couldn't share. oh well. we have other recordings of at least three of
the songs, which really aren't that bad at all.
from <http://www.lifeblood.net/releases/all/herefor.html>
here for you
1. maybe it's the vision
2. i know that i love you
3. no trespassing
4. i hope i'm here for you
5. when your heart needs a home
6. grey new orleans afternoon
7. no one ever told me
8. half moon cafe
9. the untitled song
10. white flag
11. play it again sam
12. better life
neil
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date: wed, 20 nov 2002 22:19:51 -0600
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hey neil,
thanks for the info. just joking about the "alleged" part.
if anyone is in austin, kgsr 107.1 holiday broadcast cd goes on sale this
week, featuring "moment of forgiveness".
diane

"neil :o)" wrote:
> hey...
>
> <<so what is on em's (alleged) solo album? anyone know?>>
>
> somebody had it - the album i mean - and for whatever reason wouldn't or
> couldn't share. oh well. we have other recordings of at least three of
> the songs, which really aren't that bad at all.
>
> >from <http://www.lifeblood.net/releases/all/herefor.html>
>
> here for you
>
> 1. maybe it's the vision
> 2. i know that i love you
> 3. no trespassing
> 4. i hope i'm here for you
> 5. when your heart needs a home
> 6. grey new orleans afternoon
> 7. no one ever told me
> 8. half moon cafe
> 9. the untitled song
> 10. white flag
> 11. play it again sam
> 12. better life
>
> neil
> @}--,--'--
>
> coming soon to our house concert series:
> december 7th: mary arden collins
> january 25th: nancy falkow, amber delaurentis,
> christine havrilla and colleen mcfarland(!)
> www.sixthst.com <http://www.sixthst.com/>
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date: thu, 21 nov 2002 01:04:47 -0600
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> wonder if anyone is in touch with kidfears from waaaay
> back in the irc days and if she can confirm...
holy crap! that was a long freakin' time ago! :)
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date: thu, 21 nov 2002 10:05:09 -0600
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it sure would be nice if one person had a copy of that tape. i've only
heard three of the songs and would sure love to hear the others. how likely
do you think it is that a tape would have survived almost 20 years? and 20
years ago who knew how special of a tape it was? maybe emily has one locked
away somewhere.
-mi rinda
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date: thu, 21 nov 2002 08:46:55 -0800
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a friend of mine told me of a movie he recently saw with whoopi golbderg
that featured a scene with the indigo girls and i can't for the life of me
remember its' name.
can anyone help me out? i'd love to check it out.
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date: thu, 21 nov 2002 11:49:21 -0500
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boys on the side...amy and emily appear in a couple of different scenes. i
love that movie. my fave ig part is when emily is playing "mellow yellow."

does anyone know if the dvd version has any extra footage? apparently,
there were some more scenes shot with ig that ended up on the cutting room
floor. like amy and emily singing backup to whoopi's rendition of "wild
side."
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a friend of mine told me of a movie he recently saw with whoopi golbderg
that featured a scene with the indigo girls and i can't for the life of me
remember its' name.
can anyone help me out? i'd love to check it out.
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boys on the side. it's a good road-trip chick-flick.
on thu, 21 nov 2002, dave wrote:
> a friend of mine told me of a movie he recently saw with whoopi golbderg
> that featured a scene with the indigo girls and i can't for the life of me
> remember its' name.
>
> can anyone help me out? i'd love to check it out.
>
> thanks....dave
>
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"boys on the side" - it features them singing parts of "joking" and
"southland in the springtime"
kellie
xophile@charter.net writes:
>a friend of mine told me of a movie he recently saw with whoopi golbderg
>that featured a scene with the indigo girls and i can't for the life of me
>remember its' name.
>
>can anyone help me out? i'd love to check it out.
>
>thanks....dave
>
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great movie! i love how imdb has amy & emily listed in the credits. they are
both listed as "indigo girl". <http://us.imdb.com/title?0112571>.
i have the dvd but haven't watched it in that format yet. i'll have to watch
it soon to check for those deleted scenes.
i think i read a while back that amy's famous black guitar was broken during
the filming of this movie & had to have some extensive work done on it.
susan
> does anyone know if the dvd version has any extra footage? apparently,
> there were some more scenes shot with ig that ended up on the cutting room
> floor. like amy and emily singing backup to whoopi's rendition of "wild
> side."
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thanks for checking! about the cracked guitar lore, here is what i found on
indigofans.com:
"i dropped my guitar in the elevator - this 1947 martin - and it cracked.
whoopi managed to find the same model and year and gave it to me on the set.
this was so nice. of course, everyone immediately went over saying, 'whoopi,
i cracked my saab . . .' "
- amy ray, on doing a movie with whoopi goldberg (oregonian interview, 1994)
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great movie! i love how imdb has amy & emily listed in the credits. they are
both listed as "indigo girl". <http://us.imdb.com/title?0112571>.
i have the dvd but haven't watched it in that format yet. i'll have to watch
it soon to check for those deleted scenes.
i think i read a while back that amy's famous black guitar was broken during
the filming of this movie & had to have some extensive work done on it.
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date: thu, 21 nov 2002 14:01:44 est
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i thought that was one of the worst movies i'd ever seen in my life.
loved seeing ig in it though.
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