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date: fri, 7 feb 2003 23:44:30 -0600
reply-to: greg flamer <gflame@ameritech.net>
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subject: re: chicago show
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> loved reading your review, greg. just a quick correction: em actually sang:
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> "see this an hour on the page"
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> and then said "s--t!...that would be a long time to spend on one page..." or
> something to that effect. it was hilarious! a friend i was with said
> afterwards that with her reading comp difficulties, it just might take her an
> hour for a page!!!
my bad, my bad! i said i was in the balcony and the binoculars clearly
didn't do much for my hearing. i swear it sounded like cage. when they
screw up it's usually from a forgotten line or a wrong lyric. little did i
know she'd stop for an epiphany. love that emily.
btw, michele, i know i was actually supposed to have seats right next to you
in row m. i hope my ebay purchaser was nice to you. we'll have to meet at
the next show! :)
bring on the milwaukee reviews!! deb??
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 01:43:29 est
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from: "<sarah t. rosenblum>" <rainnriver@aol.com>
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milwaukee was amazing!!! they were both really talkative. sample conversation:
emily said that she came to wisconsin to see the packer with connie or kim
from mrs fun. she said she was freezing and it was the high light of her
life. she then said, sorry atlanta kicked your asses this year. the audience
boo-d. amy said, oh that's good emily, you really know how to win them over.
emily said are they boo-ing? amy said, no they're calling for bruce (meaning
springsteen i would guess) she then looked around as if to try to find bruce.
amy also said, when people requested galileo, that they would do that later
but if they did it fifteen times (perhaps meanign every tiem someone called
for it) that would bekind of a drag. she then apologized to emily and said
something like, no offense. emily seemed to think it was funny.
amy's guitar or rather the chord of her guitar was having issues and a few
lines into reunion she stopped and said she had forgotten the words because
she was thinking about what might be wrong with her guitar.
amy looked very nice in a thin orange shirt with a sort of seventies collar.
same belt as last night in chicago. emily wore clothing also. (oops, my bias
is showing) no actually, emily wore a black slogan shirt w/ a black
over-shirt and jeans.
great set list. she's saving me, moment of forgiveness,dairy queen (although
i'm still not sure if i really liek this one), devotion, land of canaan,
finlandia (!!!) were some highlights. the set list said kid fears, but they
conferred right before the encore and changed to finlandia. (sp?)
they said that they were worried about coming back to milwaukee so soon after
summer fest and were really happy that we still wanted to see them. amy said
she's been trying to study new song writing techniques and that that caused
her to forget the "and there's always retrospect" line in watershed. she
said, she knew retrospect was involved somehow, but that she couldn't
remember how. she said soemthing about trying to write phonetically and to
jot down words that remind her of different things or soemhting and that all
of these techniques were causing her to forget the words to her own songs.
after the show i waited in the freezing freezing cold outside the stage door.
amy finally came out and i shook her hand and thanked her. she was wearing
glasses.
i truly don't think i will ever meet emily, it just never seems to happen. i
don't even expect to anymore.
that's all from milwaukee.
i don't have much to add to the chicago reviews except to say that the
security guards seemed nicer there. i also wonder if the two girls with
balcony seats to whom i gave my extra tickets are on this list. they looked
at me like i was an alien when i handed them my tickets. i was just trying to
do a good deed!
okay, i may never warm up.....
--sarah
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 01:48:24 est
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in a message dated 2/8/03 12:43:54 am central standard time,
rainnriver@aol.com writes:
<< emily said that she came to wisconsin to see the packer >>
this should have been the packers. maybe that was obvious...maybe i should go
to sleep.
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 08:01:48 -0700
reply-to: carolyn <underdog@earthlink.net>
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hi everyone!
thought i would pass along a heads up that we have started some cd vines
over on the official indigo girls bbs (<http://www.indigogirls.com/bbs>).
the vine concept involves one person sending out a source cd or cds at
their expense for others to copy and then when they are done they pass the
source cd/cds on at their expense to someone else, and so on, and so on.
that way everyone can make the number and speed and type of recordings they
want from one of the original master cds.
so far we have done three offerings:
the dugout (1985)
the purple parrot (1985) (a different cd set than the one already in
circulation)
blue food (1985)/study hall (1981)
ten sets of each have either been sent out or are going out on monday to an
initial group of dubbers, but the source cds should be available again via
the bbs here pretty soon. if you would like more details you can visit the
'indigo news' forum on the bbs. if these offerings go well we will be
doing more in the coming weeks.
thanks very much and have a super day : )
carolyn
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 10:09:55 est
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best show i saw on the midwest tour! i was right up in the pit. awesome
seats. and sarah, it was so nice meeting you! you rock! just so you don't
kick yourself, it took forever for emily to come out after the show. i think
we waited in that icky cold for about another 20 minutes or so. (you will
meet her, girl! one day!)
i am still too damntired to write a review, but here is the setlist:
hammer and a nail
become you
power of two
reunion
deconstruction
yield
watershed
devotion
she's saving me
starkville
get out the map
land of canaan
love will come to you
dairy queen
closer to fine
moment of forgiveness
collecting you
chickenman
galileo
(encore)
least complicated
finlandia (set list said "kid fears" but they had a confrence to change it)
i had a wonderful time on this tour (even with the show postponments). and
of course, as always, i met some of the most wonderful people (from this list
and the bbs) on the road. it's over for me as of now (though i am holding
out hops for possibly doing pittsburgh next weekend, but i doubt it!). but
tomorrow i'm flying back home to california. to anyone else going to any
more shows on this tour: have a blast! amy and emily are so on fire! :)
:-) karen
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 10:40:12 -0800
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howdy ya'll,
well, someone mentioned a couple of days ago that the
girls would be returning to madison on the 8 april at
7:30, same place, same time. but i was just wondering
where that information came from? i've checked the
official website, and ticketbastard as well as
pollstar and nobody has any information. so if anyone
is more clued in than i am let me know because i have
two pit seat tickets that are dying to be used and i
need to take off work as soon as i know! so if anyone
has any info, i'd really appreciate it, peace and much love!!!
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"part of emily is saying, 'we're working hard, and now you just shot us in the foot.' but i feel like we're shut out of that (rolling stone) anyway, so why not go out in a blaze of glory?" ~amy discussing emily's reaction to "lucystoners".
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 13:54:48 -0600
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juliana...the date is on the ticketmaster site. to see it, do a search on 'indigo girls'. the list you get back shows the madison show as being postponed, but if you click on the "find tickets" link, you'll see the new date listed.
the madison civic center is also listing the date:
<http://www.madcivic.org/event_ind/events_feb/24_indigo.html>
hope that helps.
deb
(who will write a milwaukee review soon -- but don't let the anticipation kill you)
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> howdy ya'll,
well, someone mentioned a couple of days ago that the
girls would be returning to madison on the 8 april at
7:30, same place, same time. but i was just wondering
where that information came from? i've checked the
official website, and ticketbastard as well as
pollstar and nobody has any information. so if anyone
is more clued in than i am let me know because i have
two pit seat tickets that are dying to be used and i
need to take off work as soon as i know! so if anyone
has any info, i'd really appreciate it, peace and much love!!!
=====
~juliana
"part of emily is saying, 'we're working hard, and now you just shot us in
the foot.' but i feel like we're shut out of that (rolling stone) anyway,
so why not go out in a blaze of glory?" ~amy discussing emily's reaction to
"lucystoners".
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 13:21:07 -0600
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become you
get out the map
jonas and ezechial( sp?)
power of 2
yield
deconstruction
devotion
wood song
ozzaline
hope alone
go
least complicated
starkville
virginia wolfe
dairy queen
closer to fine
shame on you
collecting you
these came out pretty good and i have them transferred to the computer
kid fear
galilao
these came out shi**y cause i had to stuff the recorder back in my pants
before the over zealous security guard could snatch it.i believe my
exact words were :try to get it now big boy!
i have the names of those who e-mailed me for a copy, once i have it
cleaned up ( i.e. meaning once i figure out how use this wave studio
program i have.
pooh
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date: sat, 8 feb 2003 21:46:16 -0600
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as of 6:15 last night i wasn't even planning on attending this show, but
seeing as the madison show was postponed i was overcome with thoughts like,
"i can't believe you're sitting at home on a night ig are in town!" so i
took a chance on seeing if any decent tix had been released and available on
the tm site. i told myself i would consider going if anything within the
first 10 rows was available. (i admit it, i've turned into a concert snob.
once you've been within inches of having amy step on your fingers, anything
past row 4 just seems like a major disappointment). so i was pleasantly
surprised when a seat in row e popped up on the screen, so out came the amex
card, then the wool coat, and it was out into the cold to take in the show.
as others have already mentioned, the girls were in good spirits. as a
life-long packers fan, i loved hearing that emily considers her trip with
connie grauer of mrs fun to lambeau field for a game as a highlight of her
lifetime (she then corrected herself and said, "one of the many highlights",
but i forgive her). i've been trying to convince my gf for awhile that such
a trip merits such worthiness, but she's not buying it. i may have to try,
"well emily says..." and see if it gets me anywhere. however, the funniest
part of that story was em standing with her arms spread out and referencing
ralphie's snowsuit stuffed brother in "a christmas story". apparently they
went to the game when it was frozen tundra time and had to bundle up. amy's
mess-ups (there were two: one in reunion and one in watershed??? - can't
recall for sure) were also humorous, especially when she shared her stream
of consciousness as to how she went from one thought to another and how that
managed to mess her up. very cute stuff.
and though i'm not one to typically report on fashion or appearances, i must
say that amy looked quite fine last night. not that emily didn't, it's just
amy looked really good. (no offense to em lovers).
the set list has already been reported so i won't get into too much with
that here. hearing finlandia was a real treat. i can't recall the last time
i've heard this at one of their shows. and on a day when the terrorist alert
was heightened and with all the war talk, the timing was great. i'm so glad
we got that as opposed to kid fears. also made me miss when they do water is
wide -- haven't heard that one in a long time either. other song highlights
included chickenman/bitteroot -- like the flow of that one; collecting
you -- one of em's best and my new favorite of hers.
but after seeing ig numerous times in numerous venues in numerous states, i
have come to the conclusion that the riverside theatre is an oppressive
venue. seriously. i know milwaukee fans can rock (ig shows at summerfest can
be crazy), but the riverside must lull folks to sleep or something. don't
get me wrong, the crowd was very receptive, responsive, knew all the words
when am messed up, but folks keep to their seats there. i do think part of
it is the security staff -- it seems they are johnny on the spot anytime
anyone attempts any movement outside the little zone in front of your seat.
has anyone else notice this?
but overall, i would rank this as one of the better acoustic shows that i've
been to. i tend to prefer the shows when they have the full band, but i
admit it was nice hearing two chicks and two guitars again.
that's it for now...deb
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 01:47:27 est
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so...
how was it?
:-) karen
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 01:33:05 -0600
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great show......as always, but man! was the mpls croud dead or what? not
much dancin'
tonight.......everyone sat except on shame on you, closer to fine,
chickenman/bitterroot,
and galileo....
i'm not feeling well so i guess if everyone stood and danced the whole
time, i would have had
to stand a lot more than i had energy for.
the highlights for me were of course emily shouting,"we love
minnesota!!!!" i held my
"mn loves indigo girls," banner high,
they'd started "get out the map" so amy
smiled and pointed at it.....i was flattered. but te stupid guard had
me put it down canyou believe...i had it up high so that people could
see under it....
the girls were very talkative.....and emily's humor was infectious,
"that's sulli our guitar tech... she's single....and she's gonna kill
me."
i shout out "emily i love your smile." she smiled, "thankyou."
the girls told us "you're hardy minnesotans...."
and a guy to my right shout "or stupid!!!" even
i had to laugh.....and i agree with both....if i have to go out in
sub-zero temp. man i'll just bundle up and go, even if it's just for
kicks because i'm borred,! you could call it "hardy,"
or "stupid," either one fits.
anyone else please feel free to add your voice. i didn't catch
everyhing they said.
here's from emily's setlist:
1. become you
2. get out the map
3. jonas nd ezekial
4. power of two
5. yield
6. deconstruction
7. devotion
8. wood song
9. go
10. love's recovery
11. gone again
12. collecting you
13. shame on you
14. closer to fine
15. amy solo (dairy queen)
16. em solo (she's saving me)
17. starkville
18. least complicated
19. chickenman/bitterroot (emily had question marks in this spot so i
guess that was an addition.)
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encore
20 galileo
21 finlandia (oh this was wonderful. kim ritchie was out
for this one.)
i wasn't around for kim ritchie
peace everyone
barb

stop the war on iraqi people! finding a peaceful solution does not
involve doing nothing.
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 01:39:31 -0600
reply-to: barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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subject: re: mpls show
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did anyone boot tonight's show? if so i would be willing to do a b & p,
if you would copy it for me.
peace
barb
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 20:45:58 +0100
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sorry, y'all...
robert (from austria), would you please drop me a line?
don't have your e-mail addy anymore and got a long overdue bootlist for
ya;).
thx.
kathrin
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 14:16:30 -0800
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i=92m selling my indigo girls bus sign on ebay. you can view it by
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 21:16:07 -0500
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>>>16. em solo (she's saving me)
emily did she's saving me solo?? doust my ears deceive me?!
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date: sun, 9 feb 2003 22:59:16 est
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as i read all of the midwest postings ~ wish i were there!!!!
it's so cold here! although i had a random emily & amy moment today...while
shuffling through my local grocery store, and scrutinizing the produce
section, i was surprised to hear galileo over the pa section, sung in its
entirety by the original writers and performers! all of the sudden, i
started envisioning the grapes in a ring, circling the oranges...
how long until my soul gets it right???!!!!
an ig fan since inception,
vicki
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date: mon, 10 feb 2003 00:23:36 -0500
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can anyone tell me what the new band name of the murmurs is
their old offical page is no longer in existance.
i remember reading they were renaming the band to something and i want to see
if they have any new music out.
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hi,
sorry for the nigc but my friend dropped out so i have
a spare ticket to the bob dylan, ani difranco and the
waifs concert tom night - tuesday 11.02.03 at the
brisbane entertainment centre in brisbane australia.
its an excellent seat - row 18. will sell for ticket
price $100. email me at lilithd78@yahoo.com or call
me on 0404895372.
thanks!!!
annie

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yay! i have something to look forward to...st. louis show in only 2 days! i saw them several months ago, and she's saving me is the only song i wanted to hear that i didn't. maybe they will do it acoustic. that would be great.
have an indigo week!
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"digest <vicki stein>" <vickistein@aol.com> wrote:
>
> it's so cold here! although i had a random emily &
> amy moment today...while
> shuffling through my local grocery store, and
> scrutinizing the produce
> section, i was surprised to hear galileo over the pa
> section, sung in its
> entirety by the original writers and performers!


i heard galileo play at walgreens yesterday!
and another indigo moment happened friday at the eddie
from ohio show at eddie's attic. michael from the
band pointed to a picture of amy and emily hanging to
the side of the stage. i didn't catch the first thing
he said - something about emily and pool. they said
they love indigo girls and that the next song was
inspired by hearing ig play it many years ago, and
then played a beautiful version of get together.
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they are now called gush
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howdy there people! sorry my review is tardy, but it was the weekend. i
often can't be bothered with a computer on the weekend.
anyway, here is my review of the concert:
first of all i was so lucky, blessed by the ticket gods, to get pit seats.
i was in the 2nd row of the pit and it was wonderful! this girl in the
first row tapped me on the shoulder and asked me how i got the tickets.
then she asked me if i was sarah mclain. apparently this is a local woman
who for some reason gets tons of really good seats to every show and then
sells them to people on her list. who the hell is this woman and how do i
get on her list? anyway, i digress.
kim richey opened, she started with a cover of a tricia yearwood song so i
was concerned that it was just going to be cover songs. i was wrong. she
really impressed me. her voice was beautiful! her band, which consisted of
a drummer and a bassist were great too. i was fascinated by the drummer who
seemed to do everything with his eyes closed. the bassist was cute, he
blushed when he and the drummer did a little solo thing and the crowd
cheered. it was cute! kim's guitar was having technical problems so the
girls had sulli bring her one of theirs. that was funny. i would really
suggest that everyone go see her!
now, onto ig. they opened with become you. emily sounded great, no
remnants of the sore throat that i could hear. i don't have a set list
(rebecca does so she should post it!) but they did some great songs. jonas
& ezekial, love's recovery, devotion, she's saving me, dairy queen, shame on
you, wood song etc. of course they did the standard ctf (with kim) and the
audience helped out. least complicated was great! power of two was
beautiful. during one of the songs amy's mandolin lost a huge chunk! she
made it through the rest of the song. afterwards she stated that it was
really old (from the 1920's) and that it probably shouldn't be traveling all
around with her. they commented on how cold it is here. amy told a story
about trying to navigate our skyways. she said she was just trying to make
it to the ymca but everywhere she went she ended up in marshall fields. she
made the comment about how she looked out of place in her work out attire.
damn, why wasn't i there?!? anyway, she said that after getting lost (with
map in hand even!) that she decided to go outside because it was only two
blocks away. she then stated how damn cold it was and that her "cheeks"
were frozen by the time she got there. not sure which ones she was
referring to there! people were shouting requests the whole night and i
think it really amused emily. she made some comment about people yelling
things like at a tennis match up until the last possible second when the
announcer comes on and says "quiet please", then somebody yelled something
and she said "yeah, like that." the crowd was great as far as cheering and
stuff, but no one was standing. finally about 5 or 6 songs into it my
sister and i had enough of that. we stood up (shame on you was the song)
and then everyone else decided to too. it was funny. my sister said, "we
started a trend, the whole theater is standing now!" amy looked at us with
a huge smile of appreciation. i am sure it is so much more fun for them to
be singing when people are dancing. they played two upbeat songs then she
started to introduce dairy queen and said that maybe it wasn't the right
place for that song because it was mellow. hinting at the fact that the
crowd had just finally started to get into it. but we stood again later for
other fun songs! hmm, i can't really think of many more things. hopefully
other reviews of the show will have other details that i can't remember. i
haven't read what other people wrote yet. they ended the show with a
amazing version of finlandia. you could have heard a pin drop everyone was
enchanted with it. kim helped them out on this song and fit in perfectly.
it was magical, amy had her eyes closed and she and em made some of the same
arm movements at the same time. beautiful. it was a great way to end the
show! they thanked us for supporting their career for so long. three shows
in one year has spoiled me. how long am i going to have to wait before they
come back? anyway, amazing show! see them this tour, they are as "on" as
they have ever been!!!
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hey folks,
well i'm off to bloomington tonight and lexington tomorrow. if anyone
notices a guy w/long brown hair and buddy holly frames bobbing along and
screaming his love for emily - that'll be me! say hi, i'll probably have a
bootleg for you. hope to see a big turnout for our beloved girls both
nights.
peace,
joey

thanks for all the recent reviews y'all, it's kept me excited while
anxiously awaiting these next two days!!!
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hey folks,
here's the minneapolis review that barb mentioned. you can also read it on=
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cheers,
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posted on mon, feb. 10, 2003
concert review: indigo girls cook up a satisfying show
by john nemo
special to pioneer press
take two voices, one low and smoky, the other high and pure like
water flowing from a fresh mountain stream. add two acoustic
guitars, a banjo and a mandolin. mix in 2,275 people who know every
word to every song and love to scream. stir.
pour ingredients inside the state theatre in minneapolis on saturday
night and let simmer for 100 minutes. expect indigo girls amy ray,
38, and emily saliers, 39, to move around inside the mixture,
switching between guitars, banjos and mandolins as they demonstrate
the incredible vocal and musical harmonies they have been creating
together for more than 25 years.
if you're not familiar with the recipe, saliers and ray first began
singing together as grade-school students in georgia, eventually
coming onto the mainstream music scene in the late 1980s with hits
like "galileo" and "closer to fine."
although the atmosphere of saturday's show initially lacked the
intimacy of an indigo girls show at a smaller venue like first avenue
in minneapolis, saliers and ray soon had the theater feeling like a
gigantic coffee shop, running through songs from their most recent
album, 2002's "become you."
their singing, especially their harmonies, is so effortless it's easy
to take it for granted. the way the two women wrapped around each
other's words saturday =97 one dancing an octave higher, then sliding
underneath the other's harmony and going lower, then evening back out
and letting the power of two voices sing as one =97 was amazing. ray
and saliers went back and forth that way for nearly two hours, and it
never got old.
to hold the attention of nearly 2,300 people for 100 minutes with no
backing band or between-song gimmicks would seem like an impossible
task, but ray and saliers made it seem relatively simple on saturday.
the evening had several momentum shifts, with somber songs like
"starkville" and "dairy queen" leaving the mostly-female audience in
their seats and almost ready to nod off at the lullaby quality of the
soft guitars and even softer voices.
but then ray and saliers would come booming in with favorites like
"get out the map" or "least complicated," and the crowd again would
be on its feet, bouncing along and keeping rhythm with their hands as
they shouted the lyrics.
saliers showed she still knows her way around a fretboard, turning
out several tasty solos, including an extended solo jam on
"chickenman" that had people bobbing their heads in unison. her
ability to accent ray's regular chords with colorful riffs and
individual notes served as a great companion to the duo's vocals.
the audience was alive from the start, screaming and holding up
homemade signs that read "mn loves indigo girls!" and shouting
requests whenever the singing stopped.
saliers and ray seemed at ease, enjoying it all. and when it was
finished, the evening felt like a good meal =97 satisfying and
delicious enough that you wanted to try it again right away.
who: indigo girls
where: state theatre
when: saturday
review: emily saliers and amy ray cooked up their usual mix of
incredible harmonies as an energetic audience gobbled up the music.

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someone posted about ig doing some sort of speaking tour w/ winona laduke
(who i have seen a few times and in somewhat non public engagements and am
not all impressed with her ummm. attitude, for lack of a better word.)
but maybe she was having a bad day.
anyone know anything aboutr this - i mean - if the indymedia collective of
media activists covered and broadcasted this stuff, imagine how much more
ppl would show up.
mike r.
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yeah, for two weeks in april, ig will be doing a speaking tour with winona laduke.
they have already announced one date... 22 april in greeley, colorado (an northern colorado university). they will all be speaking, and ig will do a 45 minute acoustic set.
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my dad pointed that article to me this morning.....i didn't realize my
banner was immortalized...."mn loves indigo girls!" got a mention
towards the bottom. i was soooo thrilled!!!
and my favorite songs of the night were chickenman/bitterroot, and
finlandia.
peace
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happy birthday to the following listees!!!!!!!!!!!!
february 11
chocobo11@aol.com (elizabeth)
"chickenman, chickenman, chickenman hold my hand...."
* indigo girls, 21 february 1989
february 14
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february 15 ('82)
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the big 1-9!!!!

be safe and have fun, lovies!
and for all of you who celebrate - happy valentine's day :)
love and devotion,
audra
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beyond the reach of other desires. no-one can legislate love;
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to itself, deaf to pleading and unmoved by violence. love is
not something you can negotiate. love is the one thing stronger
than desire and the only proper reason to resist temptation."
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hi all! i was wondering if anyone has 2 tickets to the pittsburgh show
available? i would like to surprise my wife, if possible. let me know off
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thanks!
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so, i decided to be really crazy and fly out to pa this weekend for the
pittsburgh show. the midwest shows were just so great that i couldn't resist.
now i am thinking of hitting the mountain stage show as well. but it's sold
out. does anyone have one extra ticket? please let me know.
thanks,
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hi,
thanks to everybody who provided me with oberlin-related info.
are there listees attending the show??
if so, please email me privately and maybe we can set up a =
get-together??
tami.waters@sympatico.ca
thanks.
looking sooooooo forward to this show.
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well what an amazing couple of days. first let me highly recommend that
anyone within driving (or flying - karen!) distance go see the girls,
multiple times if possible! they are in top form, even though i noticed
emily coughing a couple times. they were very chatty and of course more
receptive to people dancing and singing than not. the setlists were so
varied between these two shows, it was cool not to get a lot of repeats. i
didn't write them down but here's my best recollection.
bloomington:
it's alright
become you
power of 2
land of canaan
least complicated
devotion
ctf
dairy queen
gotm
go
moment of forgiveness
yield
deconstruction
watershed
va woolf
starkville
you & me of the 10,000 wars (omg, sooooo awesome!!!)
shame on you
chickenman/bitterroot
finlandia
collecting you
galileo
lexington:
least complicated
become you
power of 2
reunion
the wood song
ctf
dairy queen
gotm
ozilline
go
ghost
hope alone
yield
deconstruction
starkville
shame on you
chickenman/bitterroot
finlandia
collecting you
galileo

there's probably a couple more i've left out. great two shows but lexington
was by far the better of the two. cordero is really awesome. kind of an
indie/chicano/santana-jam type thing. amy danced to the side of the stage
both nights during their set. if you speak spanish you will have an edge
over the rest of the crowd, if you don't at least your feet will be tapping
the whole time. they invited people in lexington to come down to the space
b/t the stage and the first row to dance. this later turned into a fiasco
for the people in the front row who waited in line/called incessantly to get
those seats when the same thing happened during the girls' set. but a&e
totally dug it.
that's all for me, back to the real world. again if you have the chance,
go, go, go. keep the reviews coming y'all.
peace,
joey
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i was at the lexington show, and i must say, i'm glad i went with the 7th row
center tickets instead of the front row side tickets, 'cause i would have been
pissed if i had been up there. security was very non-existent, so a lot of
people took advantage of going down front to "dance". i didn't see much dancing
going on, but i tried not to let that get in the way of enjoying the show. i
felt bad for two of my friends on the front row who are rather short and
probably couldn't see very well once the "dancing crowd" packed in the space.
fashion report:
amy - black t-shirt with "peace" written in arabic, hebrew, and english (i want
one!), and a pair of jeans
emily - black button-down long-sleeve shirt with a dark maroon shirt underneath,
and a pair of jeans.
nothing too fancy - they looked pretty comfortable up there.
chatter:
emily kept commenting at the beginning of the show about how nice it was to be
south of the mason-dixon line. :) at one point, someone yelled for "romeo &
juliet". amy responded that she couldn't remember how to play it very well, and
that for a time, she had actually forgotten it. she played "dairy queen"
instead and said it was almost as desperate a song as "romeo & juliet".
music:
i love chickenman!!!! i have felt a connection with that song for as long as i
have been aware of the indigo girls and their music. emily played an incredibly
soulful guitar solo that blew me away. they also launched into "bitterroot"
during the song, and that's one of my favorite songs on by. the whole song
experience was very spiritual for me. the sound flowed through and around me
like the smoke from a sage bundle. it was beautiful.
oh, the rest of the show was great, too. ;)
anna
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hi all,
last night's show was absolutely incredible!!!!!!!!! emily looked =
gorgeous and her voice was excellent. towards the end she was having a =
little trouble with the high notes, but she didn't stop trying, that's =
for sure. got to hear finlandia live for the first time. =
breathtaking!!!!!!!!!! there were two songs that i really wanted to =
hear last night, devotion & collecting you and we got both. the pageant =
is such a wonderful place to see the girls and the only thing that i =
usually don't like about this venue is that it is so smokey, but the =
girls requested no smoking. the only thing that could possibly have =
been better is if i had taken off of work and waited at the venue all =
day to get up front. although 2nd row balcony at the pageant is an =
excellent seat to have. too bad they took my camera from me at the =
door, i would have had some excellent pics.
i can't believe it is already over!!!! yes, i have the post ig blues =
:o( =20
we booted the show and i will offer that up to everyone in a week or so. =
it turned out fabulous.

on a nigc note, some of you know that i have a little hobby of making =
jewelry, some of you even have some and i wanted to let those of you who =
are interested know that i have a website started up. now it isn't =
perfect, i am just a beginner at this, so don't judge me by my site, but =
please come visit.
www.trinketsoftemptation.com <http://www.trinketsoftemptation.com/>
i wish it were 02/12/03 again.............................
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become you
get out the map
reunion
power of two
devotion
deconstruction of love
ozilline
watershed
shame on you
virginia woolf
yield
collecting you
dairy queen
closer to fine
land of canaan
you've got to show
jonas & ezekial
least complicated
chickenman>bitterroot>chickenman
encore:
galileo
finlandia
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indigo girls find deeper shade of blue
february 8, 2003
by jim derogatis pop music critic
the rock world's response to the
gathering storm clouds of war
has been surprisingly slow in
coming, but it is clearly on the
minds of some of our most
moving artists.
"singing is a good antidote to
war," emily saliers said five
songs into a typically spirited
performance by the indigo girls
at the chicago theatre
thursday night.
later on, her partner,
guitarist-vocalist amy ray,
congratulated chicago on being
one of the few cities in the
united states to pass an
anti-war resolution. "i still believe
in democracy as an alternative
to war," she said.
the indigos have never been
reluctant to speak their minds
on the pressing issues of the day--it's one of
the things that binds them to their devoted (and mostly
female) following, which enthusiastically sang
along through much of the 19-song set--though their
best songs have always addressed politics of
the more personal variety.
the show featured a healthy sampling of the
fans' long-standing favorites, from the rousing "closer
to fine" (which remains the girls' biggest
hit) to the rarely performed "virginia wolf" (no doubt pulled
out in honor of "the hours" and vocal requests
from fans; saliers screwed up the opening verse,
substituting the word "page" for "stage,"
uttered a most un-indigos-like epithet and started the song
again with a beaming grin). but the highlights
of the evening came in the form of new or
substantively reworked material.
a standout on "become you," the indigos'
strong eighth album, saliers' "deconstruction," was even
better onstage as she and ray wrung every last
bit of emotion from this epic falling-out-of-love
anthem, wrapping their supple harmony vocals
around poignant lines such as, "the sky starts to
crash, the rain on the roof starts
drumming/and laid out like cash, you take on my list of
shortcomings."
ray had her stellar moments, too, retaining
much of the vim and vinegar she displayed on her solo
album and tours with the punk backing band the
butchies. (she's always been the rock 'n' roll heart
of the indigos.) she shined on the rollicking
title track from the new album, kicking the concert off in
high gear ("i heard you sing a rebel song"),
and she closed it with just as much spirit during a long,
reworked version of "chickenman/bitter root"
that allowed saliers to take a turn in the spotlight with
some deft and bluesy finger-picking.
though one of the strengths of "become you" is
the more fleshed-out sound of the full-band
arrangements, the indigo girls proved that
they can still be just as powerful as an acoustic duo, with
no bass, drums or electric guitar necessary
for them to stir a crowd's passions.
opening the show was chicago's honey-voiced
alternative-country chanteuse and bloodshot
records artist neko case.
case was much more comfortable than during a
set at the same venue opening for nick cave last
year. sandwiched between partners john
rauhouse on pedal steel and slide guitar and tom ray
on acoustic bass, she avoided her nervous but
humorous shtick and simply delivered the goods,
including a show-stopping rendition of hank
williams' heartbreaking ballad "alone and forsaken."
the only disappointment was a rather rude and
noisy element of the crowd that failed to give case
the courteous listening her emotional torch
songs so richly deserve.
rock music review
indigo girls
at chicago theatre
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i was also on the 2nd row balcony. the pageant is great, but i did not like the fact that on a lot of older songs, people rudely talked and laughed (behind us at the tables and the bar). i agree that emily was gorgeous and as for the songs, it was definitely her night. amy was intense and hot as ever, but has she lost some weight? or was it the outfit? i must admit, i wish she would have worn jeans. those pants were a little loose for my liking! i just love them acoustic. it really was a great show!
***please notify me about the boot. i'd love to have a copy. i'll do trade, blank, whatever.
thanks.
toye


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