lifeblood: listlogs: 2004-05e


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date:         sat, 29 may 2004 00:16:39 -0500
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new york fans! see indigo girls tape "last call w/ carson daly"!

here's an amazing opportunity to be a part of indigo girls' performance
on the last call with carson daly show on wednesday, june 9th. our
friends at 1iota productions are looking for diehard fans to be a part
of this performance.

the show will take place in new york city. if you are one of the lucky
fans ultimately and exclusively invited, know that you are an integral
part of the performance!

if you are interested in being a part of the audience, please visit
www.1iota.com <http://gold.sonymusic.com/click/2375/02lc0lwyk>, click on
the "last call w/ carson daly" link, then click the indigo girls event
link. then follow the simple registration directions. they will respond
back to you via email about a week prior to the show day, with a
confirmation letter that will have all the necessary information that
you will need to attend this special event!!!

attendance to this event is by invitation only.

remember, be quick, because space is extremely limited.

musts:

- you must be at least 16 years old

- you must be available on wednesday evening, june 9th

- you must have a valid photo id

- please do not wear white, light blue, biege or logos, as they don't
come across well on camera

- please do not bring large handbags or knapsacks

- no cameras or recording devices

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date:         sat, 29 may 2004 07:28:36 -0500
reply-to:     "rick c. hodgin" <foxmuldr@ameritech.net>
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all ig fans,

the list isn't what it once was, i think we'd all agree.  so, as barbara
bordner recently said:

''i can just imagine what the average post would be with everyone writing in
and discussing our ig fantasies or getting all posts that read something
like, "i've just got back from my twenty-fifth ig show this year, tomorrow
will be my twenty-sixth!!!" or, "oh, i'm just so excited!! at the office i
turned on the radio....and lo and behold  what did i hear? least
complicated!! it was the one hundredth time!! oh it just blew me away."''

as such, with musical migration undoubtedly affecting us all, i wanted to
find out what else everyone is listening to.  i still listen to ig nearly
every day.  i have several playlists i choose from.  am i in an all live
mood?  do i want to hear emily music?  am i ready for some amy music?  or do
i want to take the trip into the garden to look for a little swamp ophelia?
:)

i remember off and on throughout the years we had a "what's in your cd
player right now" thread where people would list the discs they're listening
to.  if you want to respond in that way, that's fine.  but, i'm hoping more
for other artists you've moved to, or accepted into your realm as impacting
and connected with you personally.

i'll start, and i'll preface by saying i don't like too much of the new
music that's coming out.  it doesn't often grab me, save a few artists.  i'm
kind of hoping to garner some insight from others on this list as to what i
might try.  but, here goes:

ani difranco.  bar none, the most amazing talent i've ever seen in music.  i
don't always agree with her politics, but i completely, in every way
imaginable, admire and respect the way she conveys her thoughts on politics.
her lyrics, her music, her overall style.  though, i could do without the
migration she's had lately into to the horn section.  apart from that, it's
beautiful.  brilliant.  amazing.  she is to music what aaron sorkin is to
writing.  btw, has anyone heard that jackie chan/ani difranco sound clip?
what the hell was that about?  i'll accept any answers. :)

tegan and sara.  i happened to catch a performance on my way to work one
morning where they sang live on a talk show.  i was so impressed i put down
my briefcase, went back to my office, turned on the computer, logged onto
amazon.com and bought their cd (this business of art).  a few days later it
arrived, and when it did i had even forgotten i bought it. :)  i popped it
in the player, cranked it, and immediately fell in love and still love every
song on that disc.  since then i've tried to collect t&s snippets here and
there, including their original "under feet like ours" cd (which i paid >
$100 on ebay to get--it's out of print and only so many were originally
made, plus it has some arguably better versions than tboa).  if you don't
know, tegan and sara are identical twins from canada.  they have two
official albums out, and they released a few versions early on of uflo.
they are brilliantly talented, albeit a little young and prone to the "ills
of the young," as it were.  it seems they're in full party mode right.

beth ortman.  there's something about her that i really like.  on her album
daybreaker, there's a song called mount washington.  if you've ever been to
mount washington (in new hampshire) you'll find a personal connection to
that song that can't be described until you've reached the summit.
regarding her style, i can't put my finger on why i like her because i don't
generally like other artists with similar styles.  but, i caught her once on
sessions at west 54th and, except for the fact that she didn't look at all
like i had envisioned, she performed live as well as she does on the
albums--something i always like to see have in my personal favorites.

danielle howle.  my wife truly hates her.  i mean passionately.  she always
sings derrogatorily, and as if a child, "big puffy girl handwriting".  but,
i love her!  i really do.  such an interesting combination of obtuse styling
and true talent. :)  and i mean that in a complementary way.  she has a song
called "red candles" and some of the lyrics are:  "there are red candles in
the closet.  i'm going to light them and, and and, let it be christmas."  my
sister was going through some issues about 10 years ago and she said
something very similar.  that lyric has always affected me because of my
history.

laura love.  i would say i liked her better before shum ticky, but there are
still some songs on that album i enjoy.  what originally struck me about her
was the intense ability she had to play the bass while singing ("if you
leave me now...").  again, my wife hates her and puts in the same category
as ms. howle.  but, i love her.  i'm always impressed by people who can sing
lead while playing the bass or drums.  there are many parts of the brain
which must work together to make it happen.  i played the drums for many
years when i was younger, and i could never sing lead and play the drums at
the same.  even with simple, generic, bachman turner overdrive-like drum
riffs.  boom, crash, boom crash.  as soon as i would start singing:
"b-bboomm c-   crash."  i would mess up.  it's interesting to note that once
i started playing the guitar (thanks to indigo girls, by the way) i was then
able to sing and play the drums at the same time.  go figure. :)

a local artist named jessi curtis.  she's played a few venues outside of
indiana, but she performs mostly in indianapolis.  i have the privledge of
being good friends with her and her girlfriend michelle.  they are both
wonderful people and i really love to hear jessi sing and play.  they have a
place on a lake and i plan on spending some time there this summer.

josh joplin group.  my sister was attending ug athens when he was starting
out.  he would play small local venues with about 100 seating and always had
an intense show.  the energy he conveys in his albums are nothing compared
to his live performances.  there's an interesting story the first time my
sister met josh.  she went up after a show and told him what a great time
she had and how much she liked his music.  he said thank you and pointed
toward the merchandise table and said "would you like a t-shirt or
something?"  she looked at him and paused, and finally said "you know, i
came up here to thank you for a good time.  i enjoyed your show and wanted
you to know.  i didn't expect to meet a capitalist whore."  and she walked
away.  a couple weeks later she caught another show and at some point during
the concert he spotted her in the crowd.  he stopped playing and told her
how much her words had affected him.  he was having a hard time sleeping,
and couldn't bear to know that out there in the world somewhere was someone
who thought he was a corporate whore.  he told her that he was glad he had
this opportunity to straighten things out.  he said that that night he was
offering to give her a t-shirt for her complement.  not that she should buy
one.  after that, my sister and josh became casual friends who saw each
other on occasion outside of a venue.

some other artists whose album or two i have and listen to are:
michelle malone, melissa ethridge, republica, sheryl crow, catie curtis, a
few local artists, some oldies but goodies:  the cranberries, natalie
merchant, kennedy rose, k.d. lang, the grateful dead (i love the dead), jars
of clay's first album (the rest suck, but that first one is brilliant),
enigma, dixie chicks, david gray, etc.

anyone else want to share?

- rick c. hodgin

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date:         sat, 29 may 2004 12:19:49 edt
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i still listen to the girls on a daily basis myself. i guess i could never
get enough. i always seem to find a lyric that maybe i heard before and found
new meaning to that day.
i am a melissa e fan also, others david gray, the corrs, k's choice, r.e.m,
and east mountain south.
i saw the girls the first of may and they rock as usual. if i did not have a
job, and lots of funds i would travel to their concerts everywhere.
anyway, their are some of my thoughts. take care and everyone have a safe
and wonderful holiday weekend.
--ang

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date:         sat, 29 may 2004 11:55:26 -0500
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for all you bbsers and vortexters, sorry for this cross-post but i just
want to cover all my bases.

tomorrow at the st paul  cathedral a group of ushers are going to try to
deny gay people from receiving communion....on the news they said that
they are doing it to "defend the eucharist" (for non-catholics that's
the body and blood of jesus.)

apparently once a year the gay people in our parish "come out" and wear
these rainbow ribbons, i want to support them. but i'm not certain when
to be there. if any twin citian knows more about this please contact
me.....

i've tried calling around but no one's gotten back to me.

thanks

barb

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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 01:09:57 -0500
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sony music has
updated their super audio cd web site and has confirmed that they have 3
new sacd titles that are due for release this summer.  the activity from
sony music comes shortly after their announcement at the recent home entertainment
2004 (he 2004) show in new york city that new sacd titles would be forthcoming
from the label.

sony music sacd web site
the updated web site from sony music features a new look (see screen shot
below) and highlights some of the more recent sacd releases from the label
including titles from barbra streisand, bob dylan, james taylor, the thorns
and james carter.  it also offers visitors the opportunity to sign up for
an sacd newsletter from the label, suggesting that they will be following
the lead of universal music's german subsidiary which has been running an
sacd newsletter off and on for the past year.

turning to the listing of titles on the web site, the site does list all
of the currently available sacd discs from sony music as well as a few that
have yet to arrive (from artists such as sade, oasis, barbra streisand, george
michael, jennifer lopez, jonathan mayer, macy gray, miles davis, richard bona,
the byrds, dave brubeck, the offspring & travis).  it also lists an album
from david sanchez which i presume represents the sanchez album mentioned
in the he 2004 news release as coming later in the year.

3 sony music sacds this summer
also worth noting is the comment under the link marked release schedule
that "more titles coming soon, including releases from incubus, five for
fighting and indigo girls."  following up on that comment, i did check with
officials at the sony sacd project office in new york.  they confirmed that
these three sacd titles are indeed under development, all three will be hybrid
layer surround sound sacds with new 5.1 mixes and that they are due out in
the summer. the upcoming sacds are as follows:
incubus - a crow left of the murder

indigo girls - all that we left in

  five for fighting - the battle for everthing

i also learned that the 5.1 mix for the incubus sacd was produced by nick
didia and the indigo girls 5.1 mix was produced by bob clearmountain.  both
of these surround sound sacds were mastered for sacd by bob ludwig.  <br>
<br>
we'll certainly keep our ears to the ground in the weeks ahead for more information
on when these 3 sony music surround sacds might be arriving.  as well as
the ones announced at he 2004 - namely the sacds by david sanchez and the
next installment in the bob dylan sacd remastered series.

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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 06:44:16 -0400
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i still listen to the girls every day too. and they are in the holy quartet:
bruce, ig, rem and neil young.

truth is tho, ig and rem are daily choices on the ipod. not so much bruce
and neil anymore, but that's prolly expected after being a complete fanatic
where both are concerned for 25 years.

rem has a new cd out soon. in fact they are here in my hometown of miami
mastering it now, so the papers say. very excited to own this one and hope
they tour behind it. bad day, one of the two new tunes on their greatest
hits package last year, really harkened back to the glory days of document
and life's rich pageant.

what else i'm listening to these days:

the shins -- totally cool, tho most of their lyrics seem not to make sense.
but maybe i just havent figured them out yet. they remind me a lot of the
stone roses.

beth orton -- daybreaker is great. but her masterpiece remains central
reservation. it is sublime.

lucinda williams -- the holy quartet might be getting a new member now that
i think about it. one of the greatest songwriters of my generation.

johnny clegg -- in all his various permutations over the years -- with
savuka or juluka or with the new johnny clegg band. joyous south african
music from a white boy who shared a stage with blacks in his country when
that was illegal, and who wrote songs about the human spirit that are at the
same time fierce protests and sweet celebrations of life. that quartet of
mine really should probably be a six-pack.

steve earle -- transcendtal blues and jerusalem are two of the best cds of
the past 4 years. totally unheralded genius, is mr. earle.

wilco -- new cd out in june. it's streaming for free at wilco world. check
out the song "the late greats." great stuff.

jurassiac five -- intelligent rap you can hum to.

missy elliot -- i love missy. she's a brilliant songwriter. the last cd was
great.

the bottle rockets -- great southern fried bar band. they opened for lucinda
when i saw her and they rocked. worth a listen. i got hooked.

outkast -- they are infectious and intelligent and have something important
to say without sounding self-important.

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rick wrote:

> as such, with musical migration undoubtedly affecting us all, i wanted to
> find out what else everyone is listening to.
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       just bought the new morrissey album, which i think is terrific, and
i've also spent a lot of time playing "your arsenal," which was the album that
turned me on to morrissey.
       tops in my regular "rotation" is the national public radio outlet in
philadelphia. and i still tune in often to wxpn in philly on a daily basis.
       also getting regular ear-play these days are patricia barber, bill
miller, kennedys, nields, susan werner (especially the newest), and i recently
"resurrected" from the forgotten pile, "bloodletting" by concrete blonde.
       interestingly enough, i have not listened to much ig lately. i should
remedy that.
deb

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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 11:27:58 edt
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in a message dated 5/30/04 6:43:37 am eastern daylight time,
lisalisaa@earthlink.net writes:

> the bottle rockets -- great southern fried bar band. they opened for
> lucinda
> when i saw her and they rocked. worth a listen. i got hooked.
>
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       for whatever reason, the last two times i have heard the bottle
rockets live on the radio (such as mountain stage), i had car trouble. one time was
an accident, the other was driving through a deep puddle and causing engine
problems. please, someone help me fix my karma, because i love the bottle
rockets!
deb (who hopes she hasn't jinxed herself by merely mentioning them in print
:-)...)


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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 17:50:26 +0100
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if you've got a virus now, it's your own fault.

john.

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> in a message dated 5/30/04 6:43:37 am eastern daylight time,
> lisalisaa@earthlink.net writes:
>
> > the bottle rockets -- great southern fried bar band. they opened for
> > lucinda
> > when i saw her and they rocked. worth a listen. i got hooked.
> >
> ---
>        for whatever reason, the last two times i have heard the bottle
> rockets live on the radio (such as mountain stage), i had car trouble. one
time was
> an accident, the other was driving through a deep puddle and causing
engine
> problems. please, someone help me fix my karma, because i love the bottle
> rockets!
> deb (who hopes she hasn't jinxed herself by merely mentioning them in
print
> :-)...)
>
>
> ===
> the further in you look, the further out you see... -- sonia rutstein
> ===
> you want a rich experience on this earth, so seek it out. -- nicole kidman
>
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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 15:43:05 -0500
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well, i participated...the rainbow sash movement was there distributing
ribbons
for members of the glbt comunity...for
all the publicity that those stinkin' ushers
got....crowing about how they need to de-
fend the eucharist against sacrilege.....
i'm surprised that there were only about
a hundred who stood  in favor of glbt
people.......usually the whole glbt community comes out for these
activities.

but anyhow.....catholics against sacrilege made a big stand out front
with their signs,
i was told by one of them that i wasn't following
the bible, i told her i didn't want to listen to her anymore and walked
off.

the ushers tried to block the isle but thanks to our archbishop, harry
flyn, they had to leave room for people to get through so they
can receive receive communion . the ushers nelt down in aisles and
started their rosaries.

now i"m not against praying the rosary...it was how theydid did it, and
i told them that,and they said " yeah, you received a big evil today!
you can't be catholic and support gay rights," i shot forth," just watch
me!" and walked off to go get my
picture with the rainbow sash people.

then i went home.

i was interviewed by the local news, and by the ap.

so...i guess i'll see if i made the news.

barb.... who thinks that most of this event went really well accept for
those damned ushers.

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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 18:48:49 -0400
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did anyone get on the street team for gilford nh?  i sent in my email =
and was supposed to hear by friday but didn't hear anything :(  =
wondering if anyone else did.

jen

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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 18:12:23 -0500
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last time they said if you didn't hear from them you didn't make it, and
they were sorry but they couldn't respond to all the thousands who offered
to participate.

on sun, 30 may 2004, jen cattin wrote:

> did anyone get on the street team for gilford nh?  i sent in my email and was supposed to hear by friday but didn't hear anything :(  wondering if anyone else did.
>
> jen
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date:         sun, 30 may 2004 23:42:52 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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i'm trying to find those two videos amy ray had
on rollingstone.com a few years ago ....i can't seem to find them on
that website. can anyone help?

barb

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date:         mon, 31 may 2004 09:56:10 -0400
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hi barb,
type in a  search for amy on the rs site, then click on the link for amy ray
goes solo.  the movies only open with quicktime.  the movies are on that
page.

hope it works.  it was fun to watch amy again singing those songs w/just her
& her guitar.

jen
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> i'm trying to find those two videos amy ray had
> on rollingstone.com a few years ago ....i can't seem to find them on
> that website. can anyone help?
>
> barb
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date:         mon, 31 may 2004 11:57:50 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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like i said in my last email....i used the search engine on rollig
stone...but to check it out and see if i did anything wrong i tried it
again....

big problem..the search engine kept responding by saying my search was
undefined! what's that supposed to
mean? anyone?

frustrated,

barb

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date:         mon, 31 may 2004 12:03:54 -0500
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subject:      appology amy ray rolling stone videos
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okay...i just reread my last email, and i think an appology is in
order....i honestly thought that
i had put that i tried their search engine...but i guess it
wasn't....i'm sorry for jumping on ya jen.....i should have scrolled
further down on y page and read that email before responding!

i hope there are no hard feelings.

barb

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date:         mon, 31 may 2004 19:54:40 -0400
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subject:      birthdays (may 31st - june 6th, 2004)
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*heh* almost forgot it was monday :)

may 31 ('71)
debigogirl@aol.com (debbie o'donoghue)

may 31
wishmonstr@aol.com (elizabeth)

june

june 2 ('59)
lianefu@soho.ios.com (liane fu)

june 2
sheryl jones <sljones1@facstaff.wisc.edu>
new address: <sjones@library.wisc.edu>

june 3
gaukroge@uiuc.edu (rebecca gaukroger)
* back on the bus, y'all, june 4 1991

june 6 ('76)
layoder@cc.owu.edu (lesley)

june 6 ('67)
whit.kuhn@happcontrols.com (whit kuhn)

june 6
pbethany@hotmail.com (bethany)

happy birthday all!
now if you'll excuse me, i need to go unpack some more boxes *grins* enjoy!

love and devotion,
audra
bge :)

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date:         tue, 1 jun 2004 00:25:46 +0000
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subject:      re: ig and what?  migc (migratory ig content)
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hey all,
in my cd player in the car( pronounced caaah) atwli, melissa e lucky, jet, sheryl crow's greatest hits, and kiss 16 greatest hits! i drive back and fourth from nashua nh to boston everyday to get to work, i need music to fit every degree of insanity i encounter!! and naturally i have howard stern to keep me laughing, when i tire of the cd and the radio! hope everyone had a great holiday weekend!

janet


> all ig fans,
>
> the list isn't what it once was, i think we'd all agree.  so, as barbara
> bordner recently said:
>
> ''i can just imagine what the average post would be with everyone writing in
> and discussing our ig fantasies or getting all posts that read something
> like, "i've just got back from my twenty-fifth ig show this year, tomorrow
> will be my twenty-sixth!!!" or, "oh, i'm just so excited!! at the office i
> turned on the radio....and lo and behold  what did i hear? least
> complicated!! it was the one hundredth time!! oh it just blew me away."''
>
> as such, with musical migration undoubtedly affecting us all, i wanted to
> find out what else everyone is listening to.  i still listen to ig nearly
> every day.  i have several playlists i choose from.  am i in an all live
> mood?  do i want to hear emily music?  am i ready for some amy music?  or do
> i want to take the trip into the garden to look for a little swamp ophelia?
> :)
>
> i remember off and on throughout the years we had a "what's in your cd
> player right now" thread where people would list the discs they're listening
> to.  if you want to respond in that way, that's fine.  but, i'm hoping more
> for other artists you've moved to, or accepted into your realm as impacting
> and connected with you personally.
>
> i'll start, and i'll preface by saying i don't like too much of the new
> music that's coming out.  it doesn't often grab me, save a few artists.  i'm
> kind of hoping to garner some insight from others on this list as to what i
> might try.  but, here goes:
>
> ani difranco.  bar none, the most amazing talent i've ever seen in music.  i
> don't always agree with her politics, but i completely, in every way
> imaginable, admire and respect the way she conveys her thoughts on politics.
> her lyrics, her music, her overall style.  though, i could do without the
> migration she's had lately into to the horn section.  apart from that, it's
> beautiful.  brilliant.  amazing.  she is to music what aaron sorkin is to
> writing.  btw, has anyone heard that jackie chan/ani difranco sound clip?
> what the hell was that about?  i'll accept any answers. :)
>
> tegan and sara.  i happened to catch a performance on my way to work one
> morning where they sang live on a talk show.  i was so impressed i put down
> my briefcase, went back to my office, turned on the computer, logged onto
> amazon.com and bought their cd (this business of art).  a few days later it
> arrived, and when it did i had even forgotten i bought it. :)  i popped it
> in the player, cranked it, and immediately fell in love and still love every
> song on that disc.  since then i've tried to collect t&s snippets here and
> there, including their original "under feet like ours" cd (which i paid >
> $100 on ebay to get--it's out of print and only so many were originally
> made, plus it has some arguably better versions than tboa).  if you don't
> know, tegan and sara are identical twins from canada.  they have two
> official albums out, and they released a few versions early on of uflo.
> they are brilliantly talented, albeit a little young and prone to the "ills
> of the young," as it were.  it seems they're in full party mode right.
>
> beth ortman.  there's something about her that i really like.  on her album
> daybreaker, there's a song called mount washington.  if you've ever been to
> mount washington (in new hampshire) you'll find a personal connection to
> that song that can't be described until you've reached the summit.
> regarding her style, i can't put my finger on why i like her because i don't
> generally like other artists with similar styles.  but, i caught her once on
> sessions at west 54th and, except for the fact that she didn't look at all
> like i had envisioned, she performed live as well as she does on the
> albums--something i always like to see have in my personal favorites.
>
> danielle howle.  my wife truly hates her.  i mean passionately.  she always
> sings derrogatorily, and as if a child, "big puffy girl handwriting".  but,
> i love her!  i really do.  such an interesting combination of obtuse styling
> and true talent. :)  and i mean that in a complementary way.  she has a song
> called "red candles" and some of the lyrics are:  "there are red candles in
> the closet.  i'm going to light them and, and and, let it be christmas."  my
> sister was going through some issues about 10 years ago and she said
> something very similar.  that lyric has always affected me because of my
> history.
>
> laura love.  i would say i liked her better before shum ticky, but there are
> still some songs on that album i enjoy.  what originally struck me about her
> was the intense ability she had to play the bass while singing ("if you
> leave me now...").  again, my wife hates her and puts in the same category
> as ms. howle.  but, i love her.  i'm always impressed by people who can sing
> lead while playing the bass or drums.  there are many parts of the brain
> which must work together to make it happen.  i played the drums for many
> years when i was younger, and i could never sing lead and play the drums at
> the same.  even with simple, generic, bachman turner overdrive-like drum
> riffs.  boom, crash, boom crash.  as soon as i would start singing:
> "b-bboomm c-   crash."  i would mess up.  it's interesting to note that once
> i started playing the guitar (thanks to indigo girls, by the way) i was then
> able to sing and play the drums at the same time.  go figure. :)
>
> a local artist named jessi curtis.  she's played a few venues outside of
> indiana, but she performs mostly in indianapolis.  i have the privledge of
> being good friends with her and her girlfriend michelle.  they are both
> wonderful people and i really love to hear jessi sing and play.  they have a
> place on a lake and i plan on spending some time there this summer.
>
> josh joplin group.  my sister was attending ug athens when he was starting
> out.  he would play small local venues with about 100 seating and always had
> an intense show.  the energy he conveys in his albums are nothing compared
> to his live performances.  there's an interesting story the first time my
> sister met josh.  she went up after a show and told him what a great time
> she had and how much she liked his music.  he said thank you and pointed
> toward the merchandise table and said "would you like a t-shirt or
> something?"  she looked at him and paused, and finally said "you know, i
> came up here to thank you for a good time.  i enjoyed your show and wanted
> you to know.  i didn't expect to meet a capitalist whore."  and she walked
> away.  a couple weeks later she caught another show and at some point during
> the concert he spotted her in the crowd.  he stopped playing and told her
> how much her words had affected him.  he was having a hard time sleeping,
> and couldn't bear to know that out there in the world somewhere was someone
> who thought he was a corporate whore.  he told her that he was glad he had
> this opportunity to straighten things out.  he said that that night he was
> offering to give her a t-shirt for her complement.  not that she should buy
> one.  after that, my sister and josh became casual friends who saw each
> other on occasion outside of a venue.
>
> some other artists whose album or two i have and listen to are:
> michelle malone, melissa ethridge, republica, sheryl crow, catie curtis, a
> few local artists, some oldies but goodies:  the cranberries, natalie
> merchant, kennedy rose, k.d. lang, the grateful dead (i love the dead), jars
> of clay's first album (the rest suck, but that first one is brilliant),
> enigma, dixie chicks, david gray, etc.
>
> anyone else want to share?
>
> - rick c. hodgin
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ig are #2 on my personal list.

the who are #1.  best rock drummer ever (keith moon.)  best rock bass
guitarist ever (john entwistle).  best songwriter (pete townshend).  most dynamic
frontman (roger daltrey).  most explosive live performer (pete townshend).
extraordinary rhythm/power chord guitarist (pete townshend).  i never tire of
listening to their music.  depth, intelligence, and power.  amy and emily are the
only writers who come close.  but as a rock band, nothing can touch them.
hell, i go to 40-50 live shows a year.  i like all sorts of different music.  that
said, even what's left of the who (aka, the two) absolutely blow everyone
else i've ever seen off of the stage.  (comments, jason?)

rounding out my top echelon are bruce springsteen and melissa etheridge.
both are fabulous, dynamic, live performers.  bruce is a better writer.  melissa
is much closer to my personal demographic.

my other favorites are all over the map.  joan armatrading, billie holiday,
the beatles/john lennon, ani difranco, tuck and patti.  each and every one is
an amazing talent.

most underrated talents:
melissa ferrick and simon townshend.

if anyone has further questions, feel free to email me off list.

lauren

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date:         tue, 1 jun 2004 13:52:28 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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hi kids,

this is forwarded from the news list.  please direct your replies to the
original sender at stormgirl79@aol.com, not to me...

cheers,
sherlyn

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date:   mon 31-may-2004 11:35pm
from:   stormgirl79@aol.com
subject:        [ig-news] tickets for merriwether post pavilion show  june 19th

i have 2 tickets to the june 19th show at merriwether post pavilion in
columbia, md. i purchased them and unfortunately cannot use them now. i'm only
asking face value, $45 each. they are right center, row m, seats 20 and 22. if
anyone is interested, please email me privately. thanks!

jessie

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