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date:         sat, 8 nov 2003 01:31:27 est
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sorry it took so long to post.  between business, relationship, and concerts,
it's been a super busy few weeks.


after 80 degree shorts weather on wednesday of last week, it was down to snow
kind of weather on saturday.  long, long day in line.  (blessings to andy,
angela, and jen p. who did the early shift.  good thing i scored them front row
tix for the next show!)


i ended up in my desired location - front row center, between amy and emily.
yay!


michelle opened the show.  she was a huge hit.  won the crowd over.  and, i'm
told, sold out of her cds!  very cool.


ig set was great.  not the best show i've ever seen, but a really good one.
best of all was the crowd.  boulder/denver is a great market for them.  it was
the kind of crowd where most of the people knew most of the words to most of
the songs.  they could stop singing at any time and the crowd could (and did)
take over.


again, the set list was as follows:
hammer
shame (w/ mm)
map
become you
po2
perfect world - a
free in you - e
oz (w/ mm)
wood
go
deconstruction
canaan
fill it up again - e
yield
ctf (w/ mm)
starkeville
virginia woolf
chickenman (w/ bitterroot)


johnny
galileo


plus, dairy queen was in there, somewhere.


other comments:  hands down, the highlight of the show, imo, was land of
canaan (by request, i think).  wood song was a treat as well.  the new material is
very strong.  i particularly liked fill it up and perfect world.  given my
druthers, i'd rather hear language or the kiss over deconstruction.  oz never
does much for me.  shame on you does really well early in the set.  (i think it
would make a great set opener.)  i'm glad go has been a keeper.  chickenman, i
could still do without.  that said, at least it was in my favorite form -
acoustic and with bitterroot.


i think that's about it.


sunday was an off day, unless you went to see michelle's club show in denver.
me, i don't go places that allow cigarettes (unless a member of the who is
in the room, but that's another story), so i skipped it.


then monday, it was off to colorado springs (an hour + s of denver).  it was
the first time they've ever played down there.  pretty much the opposite
environment of the fillmore.  theater rather than a club.  reserved, rather than
ga.  seated, rather than standing.  instead of a crowd that knew all of the
words, we had a crowd that hardly knew any of the words.  instead of a full house,
the place was only about 2/3 full.


much to my surprise, in spite of a crowd that insisted on sittin down (ugh!),
it was a great show.  overall, much better than the fillmore, imo.  i think
it must be that without a fanatical crowd, they had to work harder.  or maybe
it was that they had a day off.  who knows?


i was in pretty much the same spot.  frc, between a&e.  i had tracked down
2nd, 3rd, and 4th row, but it wasn't until the week before that i finally scored
my coveted frc tix.  whew!


michelle was great, again.  not nearly as strong a response, but no surprise,
in light of the setting.


like i said, a&e's set was fabulous.


map
reunion
po2
become you
fill it up again - e
oz (w/ mm)
let it be me
dairy queen - a
coming home (?) - e
go
watershed
yield
free in you - e
perfect world - a
ctf (w/ mm)
love is a kindness / make it last (?) - a
i don't wanna know (w/ mm)
collecting you
chickenman (w/ bitterroot) (w/ mm)


ghost
galileo


great, great setlist.  renunion and watershed were definitely the highlights
for me.  i may have left my body during reunion.  and it was just perfect that
they played it that night, as i had quoted a line from the song in
conversation with my friend andy on our way down.  and finally, we got watershed in co.
thank you marci!  i hope it makes the regular rotation.


go, watershed, and yield, one after another, was transcendent.  let it be me
and ghost were both nice surprises, as was i don't wanna know.  it's the first
time in my many shows that i've seen idwk.  it wasn't as good as i had
anticipated, but i did enjoy it.


the song with the unknown title was amy's solo slot.  i requested lucystoners
(mostly hoping for anything but johnny).  she was pleased at my suggestion,
but had her mind set on trying out something new.  it's clearly a song in
progress.  i don't know for sure, but i doubt it's on the album (unless it gets
added on).  i had a favorable first impression.


i think that's it on specific comments.  great show.  great night.  brutal
fucking drive.  barely made it home.  still recovering.  :-)


thanks to all of my old and new friends who were there.  it was great to be
there!


please, west coasters, have a great time in sf and sc for me.  i'd be there,
but my grandmother's visiting that week!


lauren


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date:         sat, 8 nov 2003 15:58:42 -0800
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we just returned to the spokane area after our pilgrimage to seattle
for the friday night show at the moore theater, and what a treat!  such
a lovely (surprising!) little theater in downtown seattle, a
wonderfully intimate space for an amazing acoustic duo concert!


here's the set list:


hammer and a nail
ozilline (w/ michelle malone)
power of two
become you
come on home (?)
perfect world
watershed
go
get out the map
dairy queen
free in you
shame on you (w/ michelle)
closer to fine
a heartache for everyone (?)
ghost
yield
virginia woolf
chickenman/bitterroot river


1st encore:
make it pay (?) (amy solo)
galileo


2nd encore:
kid fears


amy and emily both looked better than i've seen them looking in years
-- relaxed, fit, healthy, and really happy to be doing what they're
doing.  acoustic duo shows are always a treat, as the focus is much
more in listening than "getting lost in the sound", if that makes any
sense, and they took full advantage of the more intense and mellow
nature of the show to really blow me away.


the new material is some of the strongest i've heard from them since
swamp ophelia, and if it's any indication, this new album (due out in
january or february, "hopefully january" according to emily) is going
to be excellent.  perfect world and free in you both stand out.  i
don't know all the new titles, so i had to fake a few.  the audience
was making requests for the new material, and as usual, a&e seemed
mystified and a little delighted that their new stuff is known before
it's even released.  "they have their mysterious ways," commented emily
at one point.


watershed, ghost, virginia woolf, and kid fears.  i couldn't have
gotten a better setlist if i'd requested it.  there's always a few i'm
hoping they'll play (mystery would have been nice -- my 10-year
anniversary with jeff is later this month, and he has always said that
song is about our relationship), but as usual, they put together the
perfect setlist for the night, and put it out there with such passion
and intensity as i've not seen from them in a long time.


chickenman and bitterroot run together so nicely -- for a moment, i
thought we were going to get an amy soc, but instead slid into
bitterroot for a great surprise and treat.


virginia woolf has such an incredible power in the acoustic duo form...
  i was in tears of joy and recognition by the end.


the real surprise for the night was the second encore.  i can't, off
the top of my head, recall seeing this from them before, and it seemed
to be a gift to their seattle audience, who was the most diversely
made-up group i've seen at an ig show since 1999's bumbershoot
appearance.  kid fears, with the audience filling in the michael stipe
part... it always gives me goosebumps.


great show, part of an excellent tour.  without wanting to slam any of
ig's released, i think this new album is going to be what become you
wanted to be -- a strong return to the days of rop and so style ig
material.  (of course, with the band, the entire thing could be
different -- only a couple of months before we all find out!)


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date:         tue, 11 nov 2003 09:06:36 -0600
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since we don't have much going on in the list right now why not play a game?
there is no cheating!  you cannot use the internet to look up the answers.
post your scores when done and we can see who has the best memory.  i will
tell you this test is tough!


http://www.yetanotherdot.com/asp/80s.html


-mi rinda


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date:         tue, 11 nov 2003 10:33:45 -0500
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um, i got a 111.5.  sad, but true.


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i got a "12" but the fact is that after i could only answer a handful of
questions in @ 50, i gave up...must be all those drugs i did in the 80's .  i
don't remember shit :(


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date:         tue, 11 nov 2003 07:40:31 -0800
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i got an 80.. and i got ten points for knowing the
line from hotel california :)  not too bad for a kid
who was two when the 80s started!


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date:         tue, 11 nov 2003 10:42:48 est
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66.25!  they subtracted thirty points because i'm a "yuppie?"  that's cold!


two days till fillmore sf...


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by the way, as one born in 1976 i only got 66 points!
:(
mi rinda


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date:         tue, 11 nov 2003 11:21:20 -0500
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51.5? .. i feel so lame ..


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since we don't have much going on in the list right now why not play a game?
there is no cheating!  you cannot use the internet to look up the answers.
post your scores when done and we can see who has the best memory.  i will
tell you this test is tough!


http://www.yetanotherdot.com/asp/80s.html


-mi rinda


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72. several times i got marked off for just typos though.


on tue, 11 nov 2003, kovacs, mirinda wrote:


> since we don't have much going on in the list right now why not play a game?
> there is no cheating!  you cannot use the internet to look up the answers.
> post your scores when done and we can see who has the best memory.  i will
> tell you this test is tough!
>
> http://www.yetanotherdot.com/asp/80s.html
>
> -mi rinda
>
> when we talk about equal pay for equal work, women in the workplace are
> beginning to catch up. if we keep going at this current rate, we will
> achieve full equality in about 475 years. i don't know about you, but i
> can't wait that long - lya sorano
>
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would it make sense to have everyone shout out the year they were born too?
.. i was born in 1967 and i got 51.5 ..
-c


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by the way, as one born in 1976 i only got 66 points!
:(
mi rinda


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you guys are making me feel really pathetic now.  i thought for sure my
score of 111.5 would've been on the low end of things.  i was born in 1974,
to boot!


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would it make sense to have everyone shout out the year they were born too?
.. i was born in 1967 and i got 51.5 .. -c


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by the way, as one born in 1976 i only got 66 points!
:(
mi rinda


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yes, but i've seen your music collection.  you deserve
your 111.5 :)


icy
--- "<victoria heckler>" <victoria.heckler@ppfa.org>
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> you guys are making me feel really pathetic now.  i
> thought for sure my
> score of 111.5 would've been on the low end of
> things.  i was born in 1974,
> to boot!
>

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in a message dated 11/11/03 11:24:52 am eastern standard time,
mongiovi@rcn.com writes:


> 51.5? .. i feel so lame ..
>


not as low as my pathetic score, but i gave up!  i was born 1960....but my
excuse was my dad was very sick in the 80's and died in 1986.


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30% marked off for being a yuppie. i came in at 29.5


ryan blackhawke
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schemalogic, inc.
(425) 885-9695 ext. 132
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yes, but i've seen your music collection.  you deserve
your 111.5 :)


icy
--- "<victoria heckler>" <victoria.heckler@ppfa.org>
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> you guys are making me feel really pathetic now.  i
> thought for sure my
> score of 111.5 would've been on the low end of
> things.  i was born in 1974,
> to boot!
>

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1976 - 58.5


i had a few points knocked off for spelling (billie & the gender-bending
jessie).  my excuse is that i didn't listen to the radio much before 1987 and
i've since moved on to better music choices.


anna


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i guess i'm practically in the senior citizen category, having been born in
1960.  i listened to lots of music in the 80's and probably could have done
better if i wasn't already starting to lose brain function, but i scored a
respectable 110.  fun quiz!


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heidi (thinking i could ace it if the quiz was all ig lyrics -- been a fan
since 1989)


heidi what a brilliant idea!  okay, who wants to make that quiz!  it'd be
funny to score ourselves on that one too.  of course lifeblood and ig.com
would have to be forbidden while doing said quiz.


mi rinda (eternally bored at work and looking for things to fill my time)


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>>http://www=2eyetanotherdot=2ecom/asp/80s=2ehtml


born in 1977=2e  i got 121=2e


beat that!


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okay, i am not a yuppie! i babysat for yuppies. what is up with that?
1968 is not yuppie era!  stupid penalty points.  grr.


okay, back to work ...


**********************************************************


a duck walked into a public library. it went over to the counter and said
to the librarian 'book book...book book...book book'. the librarian
grabbed a broom and shooed the duck out of the library. five minutes later
the duck waddled in again, went over to the counter and said 'book book...
book...book'.


this time the librarian became angry and threw a book at the duck, which
picked up the book in its beak and rushed out. it carried walking until it
reached a big pond. in the middle of the pond was a frog, sitting on a big
water lily. the duck splashed into the water, swam over to the water lily,
and dropped the book in front of the frog.


the frog picked up the book, tossed it impatiently aside, and croaked
'reddit reddit...reddit reddit'
**********************************************************


on tue, 11 nov 2003, anna creech wrote:


> 1976 - 58.5
>
> i had a few points knocked off for spelling (billie & the gender-bending
> jessie).  my excuse is that i didn't listen to the radio much before 1987 and
> i've since moved on to better music choices.
>
> anna
>
> "i'm of a fearsome mind to throw my arms around every living librarian who
> crosses my path, on behalf of the souls they never knew they saved."
>      --barbara kingsolver
> eclecticlibrarian.net | good music found here: wishingchair.com


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i took this the other day when my gf posted this on her blog and got a 127,
but that's my first time score.  actually sitting down and taking a little
more time than 15 minutes, i came up with a few more answers, so i'd
probably score a little higher but i never plugged the answers back in to
find out what that new score would be. and that was without cheating
(swear).


born in 1975.  have had a radio of some sort within 3 feet of my person
since 1978. :)  (and when i was grounded from the radio, i bypassed my
mother and made a radio with one of those 100-in-one electronic kits from
radio shack-where you attach the wires to the springs to make whatever
project...do you remember those? lol)


big geek.  big.  huge. (and probably shouldn't really openly admit that.
lol).  sorry.  just love trivia.


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yeah. i liked that kit.  i used to like to make the doorbell buzzer and the
thing that sounded like a chirping bird.  i used to remember thinking i was
really smart to be able to do those projects properly ... that and make my
name scroll down the screen on my atari 400.


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born in 1975.  have had a radio of some sort within 3 feet of my person
since 1978. :)  (and when i was grounded from the radio, i bypassed my
mother and made a radio with one of those 100-in-one electronic kits from
radio shack-where you attach the wires to the springs to make whatever
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just a quick report on the concert at the commodore ballroom! it's still
a great venue even though the bubble-walls (yes, bubbles) are gone and i
don't think the floor bounces anymore. ah well!
i caught a cab from an art show opening on granville island
(coincidentally, porcelain sculpture inspired by japanese indigo
dyeing), got hosed by the cab driver, and got in line about 40 minutes
before the doors opened. which was likely silly because i already had a
table reserved so i didn't have to worry about finding somewhere to sit.
good line-mates. the woman in front of me was there by herself because
her partner isn't a big fan, except for hammer and a nail. go figure.
the women behind me were nice enough to hold my space so i could run
down the block for a hot chocolate. it was cold in that line!
the opening act was 1/3 of the paperboys, i think it was steve and tom.
http://www.paperboys.com/
they were good, but i was sulking a wee tiny bit about still not getting
to see michelle malone. does she hate canada? does she hate going
through customs? just wondering! ;)
i think amy and emily finally came on a little after 10. they looked
comfortable. :) i was about 4 people back from the stage and had great
sightlines for both of them. which i stubbornly held onto as a few
people started wiggling in front of me. no no no! my view of amy must
not be obscured! and oh hey, the tall guy's in front of me again and now
i can't see emily. oh wait, it's about the music, right? right. and i'm
all for girls in love, but when they're spooning and grinding right
beside a person and nearly knock said person over, dammit, i'm getting
out the nuns' sock-hop ruler. ;) oh well, they were sweet and totally
oblivious.


they played four new songs and they were all excellent. i'm really
looking forward to the new cd. they mentioned that it should be out in
february. hooray!


i hung around at the end to see if i could snag a setlist. some people
were speedy and got the ones taped to the floor, but i guess sulli had a
few copies backstage so she tossed them off the stage. yay!


1. become you - this is fun way to start the show :)
2. get out the map - fun
3. jonas and ezekiel
4. power of two
5. perfect world (new amy song with emily on the banjo)
6. free in you (new emily song)
7. yield
8. watershed
9. go
10. deconstruction
11. johnny rottentale (amy said she forgot a verse and said that must be
why she wasn't out of breathe by the end of it)
12. closer to fine
13. kid fears
14. virginia woolf
15. heartache (new amy song)
16. woodsong (fill it up again is scratched out)
17. all that we let in (beautiful new emily song)
18. shame on you (not on the setlist. bonus!)
19. chickenman with bitterroot (i finally hear it live!)


encores:
mystery
galileo

partway through the concert, some women in front of me requested least
complicated and then as an afterthought, mystery. i'm always hesitant to
yell out requests, but mystery is my favourite song and i've never heard
them sing it love, so i bucked up and hollered it out. so there we were
at the encores and amy said there had been a request for this song and
gestured at our part of the crowd. hooray! i'm so glad those women
yelled, even though it may have overbalanced their request for least
complicated. i figure they were wanting a quieter song to go with the
big rowdy-fest of galileo. wonderful.
*big happy sigh*
amy and emily rock.


:)


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oh yeah, i was born in 1963.
=20


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i guess i'm practically in the senior citizen category, having been born
in
1960.  i listened to lots of music in the 80's and probably could have
done
better if i wasn't already starting to lose brain function, but i scored
a
respectable 110.  fun quiz!


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--- "hare@optonline.net" <hare@optonline.net> wrote:
> >>http://www.yetanotherdot.com/asp/80s.html
>
> born in 1977.  i got 121.
>
> beat that!
>
okay.


151 points


i was born in 1980.


as the quiz said,
"you grew up to this. no bonus. no penalty."


merely a bit frightened at my knowledge. lyrics i can
do, if i had to come up with artists and song names,
i'm confident my score would be much worse.


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born in 1980 and scored 115.5--should have gotten 1/2 pt more
(misspelling).


i'm pretty proud because i was a baby/kid through most of the 80s, but am
not surprised, as my nickname is "the human jukebox" and i once won money
in a game of name that tune at my college.


hooray for fun 80s music quizzes.


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a dismal 31.5 - but i was born in 1959.  the scary thing is how well i knew the things i
knew - the soundtrack in my head!


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at 07:06 am 11/11/2003 , you wrote:
>post your scores when done and we can see who has the best memory.


i got 187, a weird score... i am 60, so perhaps that helped. :)


john


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1969; 90.5


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35.5. born in 1975. now if it was 1980s cartoons....


john.


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1977 - 54.35 (can't spell jessie or colitas...)


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ugh, i only got forty, and they even spotted me five points cause i mentioned where i saw the web addy.  but i shoulda gotten at least five-seven more points because of typos (who knew it was jessie's girl and not jesse's girl?!?) and on top of it, i was born in 82 which means i only caught eight years of it firsthand, and half that time wasn't spent watching mtv, it was sesame street.  ah well.

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ui officials strive to take care of visiting artists

  by j. philip bloomer
2003 the news-gazette
published online november 9, 2003

   champaign - the contract rider for kathleen battle's performance at krannert center for the performing arts last december specified that "it is imperative" that her fee check be given to her at intermission, but no later than the end of the performance.
   the performance came, and battle, diva extraordinaire, demanded cash, before the performance.
   "in the spirit of taking care of the artist - she needed it right away - we were able to go through ui accounting and get it taken care of," said rebecca mcbride, krannert's assistant director who is often called upon to the cater to the whims and egos of the famous and near-famous who grace the venue's stages.
   "they're on the road, they don't have access to cash. it wasn't that big a deal," mcbride said.
   a gracious explanation. mcbride is the right person for this kind of job. she said she is guided by a philosophy that the artist is always right and must be satisfied.
   "we bend over backwards for our performers because if we treat them right, they'll give their best performance," she said. "if people enjoy the performance, that's our reward. we're professional enough to handle the requests ... any requests."
   if battle's haughtiness is legendary on the soprano circuit, mcbride is quick to point out that the singer's post-performance performance here was courtly beyond expectations. at a reception afterward, she agreed to meet for over an hour, with no forewarning, with a group of high school students who had come from chicago to hear her.
   "you hear stories, then they do something like that, and it makes it worthwhile," mcbride said.
   at the assembly hall, director kevin ullestad is similarly accustomed to meeting the most extraordinary demands. no two personalities, no two show's demands, are ever alike.
   "from the outset, we try to be very service oriented," ullestad said. "we greet them with a cup of coffee. we want it to be a smooth day. they want it to be a smooth day. you hear about requests like the green m&ms. that stuff happens, mainly just to see if you'll do it, how accommodating you're going to be."
   if only it'd be as easy as green m&ms.
   steven curtis chapman wants 15 counselors/pastors able to pray with fans.
   goo goo dolls want an oxygen bottle and masks on stage, plus a massage therapist.
   pearl jam wants ginseng root.
   nelly wants playstation 2s and an assortment of games for the dressing rooms.
   kenny chesney wants a basketball goal set up on the parking lot. he hurt his knee playing, incidentally, and was worried about whether he could get on stage later.
   elton john wants a hot tub and palm trees backstage for his crew.
   alan jackson wanted a driver to take him across campus and videotape scenery that was shown later during the show.
   reo speedwagon wants tee times in exchange for tickets. the band is preparing for the senior pro tour, its rider states.
   and just to be sure, new kids on the block bring their - "ambience director."
   and that's the easy stuff.
   aerosmith brought in 15 trucks worth of equipment, one of the biggest productions ever at the assembly hall.
   cher brought 10 buses - five crew buses, two band buses, two cher buses and one support bus. additionally, there were 13 production trucks and one merchandise truck.
   "with everyone, it's a challenge and an opportunity for a good production. it's all pretty exciting," ullestad said.
   cher and aerosmith, plus productions like pearl jam and dave matthews band, couldn't have occurred at the assembly hall a few years ago. some $12 million in renovations in 1998 added three loading docks to the one existing dock, new dressing and locker rooms, storage areas and kitchen and dining rooms, among other amenities.
   ullestad said that has contributed mightily to what the venue can offer. last year, the hall brought in 32 national touring shows for 38 performances, a record-breaking number of shows produced there.
   staging the events requires marshalling the technical assistance of legions of stagehands, ushers, concessionaires and the like. some assembly hall productions require close to 200 people with a variety of lighting, sound and set production skills to stage.
   and then there are those who manage the artists themselves, coordinate with the performer's crews and basically keep them happy for the 24 hours or so they're in town.
   contract riders, obtained through the freedom of information act, spell out just how quirky some of the acts can get. the riders betray personal tastes in food, drink and sometimes recreation, as well as hint at how high on the prima donna meter the performers rank.
   alcohol clauses are sometimes amusing, though they don't apply to university of illinois facilities, which as state-owned buildings are not allowed to provide it. ullestad and mcbride said the alcohol requests are typically made and typically denied, and because most of the performers are accustomed to playing in other university facilities with similar rules, the denials don't become an issue.
   but for the record, it doesn't hurt to ask, as kenny chesney did:
   three bottles of crown royal, one bottle bacardi or captain morgan rum, two large bottles of malibu rum, one bottle of cruzan coconut rum, one bottle of stolichnaya vodka, one bottle of jack daniels, one bottle of bailey's irish creme, one bottle of jagermeister, one case of local microbrew beer, etc.
   chesney even, by the way, specified a desire for not just any plastic cups, but solo plastic cups, manufactured right here in urbana.
   and that's just to outfit his five buses after the show. dressing room requirements were similar. he has a crew of 55 to feed and water throughout the day.
   ja rule's "last temptation" tour wanted for his dressing room: one bottle of remy martin cognac; two bottles of cristal champaign (sic), four bottles of moet champaign (sic), a bottle of mouthwash, peppermint altoids and a box of philly blunts cigars.
   and then there's the pearl jam no-temptation contract: "never put any alcohol in artists dressing room please!!"
   pearl jam did submit itemized requests for specific vegetables to be used for smoothies: 6 pounds of carrots, one beet, three tomatoes, one piece of ginger root, one piece of ginseng root, six apples, 12 oranges, two grapefruit, six bananas.
   and other health food, like the carton of old golds and camel lights.
   and if you're cher, well, you've earned the right to be pampered.
   her dressing room requirements include: "comfortable 6-foot couch, love seat and cushy chair (leather ok), and they must match ... cable tv access to turner classic movies or amc ... fresh flowers including casa blanca lilies or gardenias."
   her liquid refreshment requests include two bottles of fine red wine $20 to $25 bottles (no kendall jackson), a similarly priced bottle of fine white wine (no kendall jackson), four cans each of coke, dr. pepper, a&w root beer and boyland cream soda; two bottles of perrier and two of odwalla apple juice.
   the food requests are interesting to look at, from a voyeuristic point of view.
   take styx, for example. those 50-something rock balladeers, world travelers that they are, request for their dressing room a bag of gummy bears, assorted candy bars, fat-free yogurt, a jar of soy peanut butter, kellogg's snack-pack cereals, "light" buttered popcorn and two large pizzas - one cheese and one half-sausage, half-pepperoni. "to be delivered to styx hospitality room two hours prior to showtime **very important**."
   gummy bears only go so far.
   bands typically provide a menu of food preferences for each day of the week, alternating among styles, from american to italian to chinese. in styx's case, friday is fast-food burger and fries day. first preference is steak n shake, by the way.
   its back-up band in the last trip here, incidentally, was scorpion, a german band whose rider contains requests for german-style pilsner beer such as warsteiner or bitburger (but no beck's or heineken).
   the requests also, perhaps intentionally, betray political sensibilities. indigo girls, for instance, requested a case of spring water, and not that cowardly french alp production evian. they were among several groups, in fact, that made a point of asking that they not be given evian water.
   indigo girls also made it clear their request to be served with real china and silverware wasn't for pampering but for ecological reasons. the band also asked that recycling bins be placed backstage, labeled for cans, paper, bottles and trash. cher's managers made similar requests, and asked that any leftovers be taken to local soup kitchens or homeless shelters.
   indigo girls also made a point of insisting on "professional, sober, able-bodied stagehands." as opposed to the other kind.
   what may seem to the layman as a performer's idiosyncratic requests may be just basic living requirements to the performer.
   mcbride, of krannert, said, "there's never been a diva here who didn't need pantyhose."
   most string quartets need to book five seats on incoming planes. krannert doesn't argue. the cello needs a place to sit, too. if it's a string bass, which is larger, it gets a separate flight into indianapolis and someone goes to pick it up. the storage cabins on smaller planes that come to willard can't guarantee the right pressure in flight.
   at krannert, standard operating procedure is to assign runners to performers from the outset. it can be a rewarding and entertaining job itself.
   when singer/actress betty buckley (the mom in "eight is enough") came to town, they were driving into town on u.s. 45 when she saw "fight club" was playing at the savoy theaters. so they stopped and took in the movie, which featured her friend ed norton. then the runner took her out to buy some tennis shoes.
   when jazz saxophonist wayne shorter wanted roasted chicken after his performance, the runner took his band to the urbana schnuck's. no luck. and they really wanted roasted chicken. so they called the champaign schnuck's, told them to hold all the roasted chicken on hand, and the band sped over to retrieve it, and a couple grocery carts of other snacks.
   mcbride said that while a mid-sized midwestern university community can have its drawbacks, it has its pluses as well. performers typically want five-star hotels, for example, which aren't real handy. on the other hand, a wealth of resources at the ui can make available interpreters for a chinese performer who spoke only an arcane provincial dialect.
   or firefighters.
   the new york-based actor/dancer ralph lemon will have a visiting appointment here in the spring to create a dramatic civil-rights piece that involves the use of fire hoses to quell rioters. it just so happens the ui fire services institute is also based here, and has already come in handy figuring out how to use the hoses on stage, drain the stage and contain the water on stage. and they had 1960s vintage hoses.
   "this is for a piece that will be performed here next fall and then taken on the road. it's all pretty complicated," mcbride said. "and it all speaks to the collaboration and research that's encouraged here. because we have the support of a variety of departments - theater, dance, music, we can do things other private venues can't. research in the arts means we invest in artists and doing new things, managing theaters and performances in new and different ways."
   and managing performers, something mcbride and ullestad pride themselves on.
   "we're known for taking good care of the artists," mcbride said. "that gets around, just like if you don't take care of them, that gets around, too. and believe me, you don't want that."


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born in 1976 and got a 90! i'm a geek tho, i mostly knew the hard, obscure
stuff.


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i got a 170, born in 1975


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i got a 134, yes my hair was huge!!!!!! wait it still is.....


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hkfs,


anybody have a set list for the saturday night seattle show? it was
fabulous, as usual. i'm seconding everything graham said about friday's
show: the girls looked awesome. the moore is a great little theater. the new
songs sound amazing. and i was pleasantly surprised to hear we only have to
wait another couple months for the new album! yay!


amy m.


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will the person who posted the review of the vancouver show please send it to
me again?  thanks.  also, i heard that they played southland in the
springtime.  is this true???


:-) karen


~~~~~~~
"in our hearts, amy and i have a song of justice and peace for georgia. where
one day our communities will know each other better and fully celebrate our
diversity. gay people, such as us, will be allowed to marry. rivers and lakes
and air will be clean. our flag will stand for the unity of all. and we will
remember our brothers and our sisters all over the world who suffer from
oppression and we will work to alleviate suffering wherever we find it. we will study
war no more. let music be the healing power." -- emily saliers' (indigo
girls) acceptance speech at the georgia music hall of fame induction (13 sep 2003,
atlanta, georgia)


"if you can't see beyond the myth of isolation and the miracle of daybreak
doesn't move you anymore connect the points and see the constellations as the
night comes down on the reservoir" -- amy ray (indigo girls), "perfect world"
(new song... *sigh* they just keep getting better!)
~~~~~~~


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i feel pathetic...i got 171.  what can i say?  i was a slave to casey
kasem (and later rick dees...can anyone say american top 40!)...i think
i still have a box with all of my calendars from the 80's when i noted
the top 3 songs every saturday.


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all i have to say is "old macdonald had a farm e-i-e-i-o"


well, maybe there's more to say. but it's late and i should get to bed so
either someone else can share or i'll write more later.
-sam (really lovin' the heartache song)


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30%.....hey i wasn't interested in mainstream music. i was a folkie when
i graduated. it was 1986.


barb


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106, born 1970.  i only began listening to pop music in 1985.  some of the
lyrics i said, "huh?"


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ok, there it is again.
southland in the springtime was a request only. they didn't play it. oh well!
there were also repeated requests for romeo and juliet. amy hemmed and hawed and said
that she hadn't played it for a long time, but maybe she could by the end of the show. i
may be mixed up, but she might've said that we could sing it for her. heh  we could too!


"karen r." wrote:


> will the person who posted the review of the vancouver show please send it to
> me again?  thanks.  also, i heard that they played southland in the
> springtime.  is this true???
>
> :-) karen


just a quick report on the concert at the commodore ballroom! it's still
a great venue even though the bubble-walls (yes, bubbles) are gone and i
don't think the floor bounces anymore. ah well!
i caught a cab from an art show opening on granville island
(coincidentally, porcelain sculpture inspired by japanese indigo
dyeing), got hosed by the cab driver, and got in line about 40 minutes
before the doors opened. which was likely silly because i already had a
table reserved so i didn't have to worry about finding somewhere to sit.
good line-mates. the woman in front of me was there by herself because
her partner isn't a big fan, except for hammer and a nail. go figure.
the women behind me were nice enough to hold my space so i could run
down the block for a hot chocolate. it was cold in that line!
the opening act was 1/3 of the paperboys, i think it was steve and tom.
http://www.paperboys.com/
they were good, but i was sulking a wee tiny bit about still not getting
to see michelle malone. does she hate canada? does she hate going
through customs? just wondering! ;)
i think amy and emily finally came on a little after 10. they looked
comfortable. :) i was about 4 people back from the stage and had great
sightlines for both of them. which i stubbornly held onto as a few
people started wiggling in front of me. no no no! my view of amy must
not be obscured! and oh hey, the tall guy's in front of me again and now
i can't see emily. oh wait, it's about the music, right? right. and i'm
all for girls in love, but when they're spooning and grinding right
beside a person and nearly knock said person over, dammit, i'm getting
out the nuns' sock-hop ruler. ;) oh well, they were sweet and totally
oblivious.


they played four new songs and they were all excellent. i'm really
looking forward to the new cd. they mentioned that it should be out in
february. hooray!


i hung around at the end to see if i could snag a setlist. some people
were speedy and got the ones taped to the floor, but i guess sulli had a
few copies backstage so she tossed them off the stage. yay!


1. become you - this is fun way to start the show :)
2. get out the map - fun
3. jonas and ezekiel
4. power of two
5. perfect world (new amy song with emily on the banjo)
6. free in you (new emily song)
7. yield
8. watershed
9. go
10. deconstruction
11. johnny rottentale (amy said she forgot a verse and said that must be
why she wasn't out of breathe by the end of it)
12. closer to fine
13. kid fears
14. virginia woolf
15. heartache (new amy song)
16. woodsong (fill it up again is scratched out)
17. all that we let in (beautiful new emily song)
18. shame on you (not on the setlist. bonus!)
19. chickenman with bitterroot (i finally hear it live!)


encores:
mystery
galileo

partway through the concert, some women in front of me requested least
complicated and then as an afterthought, mystery. i'm always hesitant to
yell out requests, but mystery is my favourite song and i've never heard
them sing it love, so i bucked up and hollered it out. so there we were
at the encores and amy said there had been a request for this song and
gestured at our part of the crowd. hooray! i'm so glad those women
yelled, even though it may have overbalanced their request for least
complicated. i figure they were wanting a quieter song to go with the
big rowdy-fest of galileo. wonderful.
*big happy sigh*
amy and emily rock.


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128, born in 1971. as it said i grew up with this stuff. probably should
have had a better score!


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ack!  i got a 43.5 and i was a radidio major in college and graduated in =
85!  shame on me, but then again i worked at wbcn so we didn't play all =
of those songs...i think safety dance might have snuck in once or twice =
though.


peace,
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hey folks,


this is forwarded from the news-only list.  please note, i'm not selling
these tickets so you'll need to direct your replies to the original
poster at flyerqueen@daemonunderground.com.


cheers,
sherlyn

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i have 3 extra tickets for ig santa cruz 11/17 that i need to sell.  the
tickets are for the floor (which is where the general is).  great small
venue with plenty of opportunity to get right up front.  i paid $42 per
ticket but will sell them for $40 a ticket.  please e-mail me if you are
interested.


thanks,


blue  =)


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hi,


i am wondering if there are any folks on the list who like bluegrass, old
time or celtic music?  if so i would like to share some of my favorite
local bands with anyone who is interested.  email me and i'd love to burn
some copies for you.


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106, born in 1970.  but i didn't start listening to pop music until 1985.


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scored a 93, born in 1973.
i was impressed at how much i knew considering i listened to metal throughout the 80's!  i guess sitting around waiting for mtv to play an ozzy video allowed some of the other fodder to seep into my impressionable head :-)
peace,
joey



>from: carrie lagree
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>subject: re: nigc: ancient history: the '80s (16)
>date: tue, 11 nov 2003 11:26:51 -0800
>
>--- "hare@optonline.net" wrote:
> > >>http://www.yetanotherdot.com/asp/80s.html
> >
> > born in 1977. i got 121.
> >
> > beat that!
> >
>okay.
>
>151 points
>
>i was born in 1980.
>
>as the quiz said,
>"you grew up to this. no bonus. no penalty."
>
>merely a bit frightened at my knowledge. lyrics i can
>do, if i had to come up with artists and song names,
>i'm confident my score would be much worse.
>
>:-)carrie
>
>
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date:         thu, 13 nov 2003 11:55:38 -0800
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hi,


i won two tix to see the girls at the ventura theater
next wed. (nov. 19th) so i'm selling the ones i had
already bought. the tix are in the vip section. the
very front area is for people eating a $20 dinner. the
next tier is the vip section. it's ga with guaranteed
seating.


i'm selling them for $45,which is a few bucks cheaper
than the ticketmaster total price ($47.25).


e-mail me off list if you are interested in buying
them from me!


susan


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date:         fri, 14 nov 2003 09:40:37 +1100
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hi folks,


this is forwarded from the news only list.  please note, i'm not selling
this ticket so you'll need to direct your replies to the original sender at
leslie55@sbcglobal.net, not to me...


cheers,
sherlyn


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date:   sat 1-nov-2003 8:55am
from:   leslie55@sbcglobal.net
subject:        [ig-news] santa cruz ticket


hi,


i have an extra ticket for the santa cruz show (11/17)  that i need to sell.
i will sell it for $5 less than the $35 face value.  with all the tm fees, i
paid $44.60, but i'll sell it for $30.


i will be at the fillmore shows tonight and tomorrow (thursday and friday).
if you're interested and you'll be at those shows it would be easy to meet
up in line.  or we can figure something else out.


email me if you need a discounted santa cruz ticket!


thanks,
leslie


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i scored a 93 too but i was born in1959. i hated 80's music except for =
r.e.m. and dire straits. what a revelation the 90's were for music!!!  i =
felt like i finally came alive then.=20
l.
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  scored a 93, born in 1973.


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fun quiz!  i was born in 71, and i got a 99.5.   it's funny how just seeing a
lyric picked out of the middle of a song, without hearing any melody to go
with it, can totally stump you, even though you actually know the song well.  i
got a few strange looks from my partner on the other side of the room as i
occasionally started humming or half-singing phrases, trying to figure out where
they came from, (it's like, "oh, i know this! c'mon!"). a couple people said
they got mass points taken off for being a preppie...  how did that happen? --
was it getting the right or wrong answer on one certain song or what?


:)  lisa


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get out the map
become you
power of 2
ozilline
fill it up again
dairy queen
soon be to nothing
go
collecting you
yield
the wood song
heartache (amy's new one)
free in you
shame on you
mystery
perfect world
virginia woolf
chickenman/bitterroot
closer to fine
---


rodeo (amy's new solo)
galileo


xoxox


karen :-) (spike ;) )


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"in our hearts, amy and i have a song of justice and peace for georgia. where
one day our communities will know each other better and fully celebrate our
diversity. gay people, such as us, will be allowed to marry. rivers and lakes
and air will be clean. our flag will stand for the unity of all. and we will
remember our brothers and our sisters all over the world who suffer from
oppression and we will work to alleviate suffering wherever we find it. we will study
war no more. let music be the healing power." -- emily saliers' (indigo
girls) acceptance speech at the georgia music hall of fame induction (13 sep 2003,
atlanta, georgia)


"if you can't see beyond the myth of isolation and the miracle of daybreak
doesn't move you anymore connect the points and see the constellations as the
night comes down on the reservoir" -- amy ray (indigo girls), "perfect world"
(new song... *sigh* they just keep getting better!)
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