lifeblood: listlogs: 2004-08a


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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 04:01:48 edt
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howdy everyone.  it's about 12:30 in the morning, and i've just gotten home
from four days of indigo adventures.  i figure if i don't post now, i'll never
make the time to get back to it.

two weeks ago, i was so badly incapacitated (severely herniated disc and
wicked sciatica) that i thought i'd be lucky to be lying on the ground at even one
show.  instead, i ended up having a delightful week of shows surrounded by
great music and lots of love.

wednesday and thursday were at the botanic gardens in denver.  the setting is
lovely.  it's outdoors.  and most oddly, the musical venue part is
essentially rectangular, with the stage pretty close to in the center.  as always,
people were in line all day, but being injured, i wasn't able to be one of them.
fortunately for me, it's not a big deal at this venue, as one can easily be in
the first five rows or so without a long wait.  i'm not going to bother to
explain that.  just take my word for it.

anyway, my beloved, karen, and i didn't show up until after kevin's set was
over, shortly before a&e came on.  blessedly, there was a second row center
spot waiting for me, and under the circumstances, i was thrilled, even though it
was a wee bit outside my "zone," which is between amy and emily.

the show itself was thoroughly enjoyable, but not especially great.  it
wasn't the show i'd want to bring a newbie to, but no complaints, either.  selist
was as follows:

fill it
become you
hammer
perfect
po2
oz
something real
shame
least complicated
dq
free in you
woodsong
map
go
10k
yield
watershed
heartache
ctf
driver's ed? (new song to me)
galileo

absolute highlights for me were you and me of the 10,000 wars and watershed.
what an incredible treat!  two of my all-time favorites, with one of my
favorites of recent years in between.  it was a transcendent trifecta.

yield was particularly poignant for me, ending with tears streaming down my
face and karen wondering what the hell was going on.  while it wasn't written
about him, it takes me back to the summer that john entwistle died.  jason will
know what i mean.  (i think.)

anyway, as always, it was wonderful to be surrounded by ig fans.  saw a lot
of familiar faces and met a bunch more friendly folks.  shared some wonderful
hugs.  life was suddenly good.

oh, and while i don't say this with the purpose of disrespecting anyone, i
commented to karen on the way home what a pleasure it was to have a
chickenman-less night.  i got downright excited when i had that realization

i didn't know if i'd make it back for the next night.  i'd sold my tickets
when i didn't think i could stand, two nights in a row seemed like a lot, and i
was unable to drive myself.


but after feeling so good about night one (even with a so-so, by my ig
standards show, that is) and getting such great encouragement from the wonderful
fans i knew / met, i wanted to find a way.  with the help of my local friend
andy, his sister kat from chicago, and spike, i was eventually hooked up with a
pair, and i talked karen (my gf, not spike) into driving back down again.

again, we got there between kevin and ig.  again, i ended up 2nd row center,
but this time, i was fully "in the zone," this time a bit amy side of center.

while they didn't do songs as special to me at 10k and h2o, i thought the
show was stronger overall, and i was much happier with "my spot."

oh, and i forgot to mention how cool it was while it was still light out to
see the people behind the stage.  the first night i had a bunch of local
friends in the "back" front row, and i thoroughly enjoyed watching them dig the
show.  (elizabeth, catherine, stacy, julie, and paul - you were great!)

the night two setlist was:
perfect
fill
reunion
po2
canaan
collecting you
dq
come on home
yield
let it be me
become you
all that we let in
johnny
ctf
go
virginia
heartache
map
chickenman (w/ bitterroot)
tether
galileo

i think my highlight was land of canaan.  it always kicks some ass live.  the
"lowlight" was definitely having so many drunk people who were intrusive
(without meaning to be), talking frequently, shouting stupid things, and singing
louder than a&e.


night three was an entirely different animal and setting.  instead of the
middle aged wine and cheese crowd, we were up in a mountain bar.  the place is
called mishawaka (the mish), and it's about 45 minutes outside of ft. collins,
up the poudre canyon.  in some ways it was a great venue, in other ways in
sucks.

the setting is quite beautiful, along a river, in a canyon.  the stage is out
in back of the bar, near the river.  those are the positives.  on the
negative side, it's a very high, fairly distant stage, and a lot of people were drunk
and obnoxious.

while i'm unable to tell the following story firsthand, as i again arrived
later in the day, apparently all of the hardcore fans who were waiting in line
from the crack of dawn got screwed at doors.  i'm told they opened the wrong
door first, and the people who waited the longest were not the people to get in
first.

i was surprised when i got there and none of the people i knew were in the
front.  there was definitely bad blood in the air, but that's a story for
somebody else.

for me, it was my dad's first ig show.  i've been with mom a bunch of times,
but never dad.  (dad's a major deadhead who likes concerts/live music, but
with the exception of john armatrading, he has always been down on female
artists.  his faves are the dead, subdudes, and the amazing rhythm aces.)  anyway,
after work, k and i drove up to ft. collins to meet dad and his wife (and my
friend), deni (who's seen them a number of times) at their house in ft. collins.
then we drove up to the venue together.

this time we got there during the last few songs of kevin's set.  the crowd
was rowdy and too drunk for my taste.  (by the way, i have no problem with
drinking, but i do tend to despise obnoxious, drunk people.)

we abandoned my dad and deni (they're seasoned concert goers who can fend for
themselves), and i found some reasonably comfortable space in the third row
center.

as i started to say earlier, it's a bit of a weird setup.  in front of the
stage, there's a sort of 6'-8' deep landing that goes across the length of the
stage.  then the two or three steps down from that, was the crowd.

when a&e came on stage, the people in front climbed up on the landing and
moved up to the stage.  it was a somewhat messy move (it was a pretty steep
climb), but the vantage point was much better.  being good at these sorts of moves,
even in my injured state, i was able to upgrade to 2nd row center, just
inside of emily's mic.

after three or four songs, security started clearing the platform.  this
wasn't easy, as all of the people needed to go back where we came from.  needless
to say, other people had moved up into those spaces.  it took a while to get
the 100+ people to climb back down and push everyone else back.  as the
security guard was getting the last of the people off the landing, emily walked over
to him and chewed him out, saying that he was interrupting the show and that
he'd probably never have a better crowd to deal with than us.

after that, we all climbed back up.  i ended up 2nd row, again, but i got
squeezed out, just a little, and i ended up just outside of "the zone."

the show itself was most excellent.  it's almost as if they were getting
better every night as they adjusted to the altitude.

setlist was:
perfect
fill
become you
hammer
heartache
(emily and security guard)
po2
oz
watershed
shame
least complicated
dq
free in you
yield
ctf
go
something real
let me go easy
ghost
land of canaan
map
something unfamiliar to me - my dog...  my heart...
johnny
galileo

by the way, i apologize if i got any of the titles wrong.  i don't have the
album nearby to reference, and i don't know it as well as i should.

nothing rocked my world, but it was all good.  all good, that is, except for
the drunk people who couldn't shut the fuck up.  i mean, i don't care if
people scream and shout between songs, but these idiots were doing it during
performance time and ruining the songs.  then on top of that, we had a drunk woman
who felt the need to frequently interrupt great songs with piercing whistles.
it sucked.  but other than that (and the nightmares before the show), a good
time was had by all.

my dad's not a full convert, but he did enjoy it, and he expressed interest
in checking them out with the band.

oh, and before i get to mention it, all of the travelling friends who got
screwed at doors ended up where they belonged with we climbed back on the
platform the second time.  i'm really glad that worked out, as i know what it's like
to be in line all day and then have something go wrong.

ok.  it's an hour since i started and time to get to tonight.

tonight's show was at the chautauqua theater right here in my town- boulder,
co.  how cool is that?!

i had front row, center section reserve seats.  most of my local fan/friends
had 2nd or 3rd row, center.  in spite of that, i pledged to support the
travelling people with crappy ga seats in rushing the stage.

before the show, we had a few dozen of us hanging up front.  unfortunately,
right before a&e came out, they cleared everyone out.  but then, we found out
that we were aloud to rush the stage after six songs.  we counted, we waited.
the travelling people were all the way off to the side, dancing at the
equivalent of front row.  me, i was in terrible pain, being forced to sit.  i kept
trying to stand up and engage the crowd, but it didn't work.

anyway, after six or seven songs, we did all move up, and life was good from
there.  i started out frc, sitting in a chair, just a few feet outside of
emily mic.  when we moved, i was frc, on the stage, in "the zone."  finally!  i've
been so spoiled always being there that it was hard to be 2nd row all the
other nights, but in light of when i was getting there, i felt pretty damn lucky.

once we moved up, the energy really shifted.  there's nothing like having
people who know all the words up front, on their feet.

it was a fabulous show, clearly the best of the four, imo.

and i'm proud to report that i brought three more virgins - a local friend,
trudy, a travelling who friend and denver concert buddy, barb, and my 3 year
old stepdaughter, emily (just a coincidence, although the other name considered
was amy - no joke).

emily had a good time, but karen had to take her home part way through the
show.  trudy had a great time.  barb is now a convert.

chautauqua is a great park / hiking place near the foot of the flatirons
mountain.  the venue itself is essentially a big old barn.  it's not fancy, but
the acoustics are great.

the audience was a pleasure - both enthusiastic and appropriately quiet.
and, a&e really mixed up the setlist a bit, which always keeps things fresher.

fill
perfect
let it be me
yield
po2
dq
all that
devotion (yes, really)
map
shame (w/ michelle malone - yes, really)
leaving (no joke)
heartache
least complicated
rodeo (new amy track)
woodsong
chickenman (w/ michelle malone and w/ bitterroot)
she's saving me
go
ctf
american tune
galileo

not surprisingly, american tune rocked my world.  i don't know if i've heard
it in the last ten year.  it was very, very cool.  so was the whole rest of
the show.

by the way, i've been seeing ig shows since 1989, starting to tour in
earnest, starting in 1992.  "what a long, strange trip it's been."

so it was very cool that they tweaked the setlist so much for closing night.
leaving, devotion, american tune, she's saving me, etc.  how cool is that?
also, having michelle join them was great, as always.  i'm only wishing she was
out there more.  woulda been call to catch "i don't wanna know" or "tried to
be true."  oh, well.  tough to complain.  after all, it was maybe the best
version of chickenman i've ever heard.  a&e acoustic, plus mm on backsing vocals

ok.  i think that's gotta do it.  i've been typing for an hour and a half,
and i need to get to sleep.  thank you a&e for making such profoundly wonderful
music.  thanks to my local friends, and thanks to the travelling people.  it
was delightful to hang out with, andy, kat (chicago), laura (chicago), spike
(norcal), elayna and sandy (bellingham, wa), iska (sp???) (england), marci and
sandy, skeeter aka monique, and whoever else i'm neglecting to mention.  i
apologize for any oversites.

what a delightful group of people.  and same for a, e, sulli, cy, and others.
it's a good, good scene.

i'm even getting to be glad that they think they can't sell red rocks.  (i
don't agree, personally.  i think they could sell it.  but 4 dates at small
venue is really, really cool.)  i could happily do this most every year.

oh, and one more thing before i go.  back in 1993, i interviewed them in
person at voters for choie aka voices for choice in washington d.c., the night
before clinton's first inaugeration.  at that time, i asked them about their use
of sexist language in their songs.  they were both taken aback.  the example i
talked to emily about was "common man" in let it be me.  this year, for the
first time, i believe, she replaced "man" with "woman."  mostly it tickled me.
i wondered if she remembered.

ok.  stopping now.  need sleep.

lauren

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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 11:39:03 edt
reply-to:     indigotraveller@aol.com
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it's tomorrow morning, and i'm a bit more coherent.  (i literally fell asleep
at the keyboard while writing last night, aka this morning!)

just a few extra comments.  it was nice to see both amy and emily looking
well.  i don't remember the full fashion report, but i'll mention a few details
that stuck in my mind.  amy wore boots (two or three different pairs) the first
three nights and then sandals the last night.  that surprised me.  reminded
me of pete.  emily wore t-shirts the last two nights.  at mish, she had on an
ac dc shirt which was a pretty amusing contrast with their music.  last night
she had on a lion's drag strip (or something like that) shirt with a big lion's
head on the front.  i noticed that all four nights, em had a leather bracelet
on her right wrist.  the first two nights it was black with a blue jewel type
thingy in the middle.  for some reason, i really liked that one.  the second
two nights, she had on a brown leather one.  got me wondering if they had
meaning or were just accessories.

a few extra song comments, too.  while i'm embarrassed to confess that i
haven't fully learned the new material, so far, i think it's a really strong
effort.  after not being super keen on sos or cons, i've really enjoyed both by and
atwli.  my only real bitch is that my copy is the softcover and they have the
damn lyrics attached to the case.  stupid.  stupid.  stupid.  i don't want to
take it anywhere, cause the packaging is so fragile, and i can't take the
lyrics out to take separately.   that's why i haven't really studied.  very
frustrating.

in terms of specifics, i'd really like to see heartache with the band.  i
really dig it, but i find it lacking without the bass and drums.  dq, i could do
without every night.  it's ok, but not special enough to take up a slot every
night.  i might have a different perspective in the future (it happened with
nashville, which i didn't want to hear every night but ended up loving a year
later), but right now, i wish it didn't make the "a" list.

on a personal note, it was really hard to not be able to jump around during
go every night.  i just love the feel of that song, but with my back injury,
jumping is a no-no.

biggest disappointment was not getting lucystoners or r&j during amy's solo
slot.  johnnny's not a favorite of mine.  i kept requesting lucy.  i heard they
soundchecked it yesterday, but alas, it wasn't to be.

they were both appreciative of the crowd.  it seems to me that as they've
gotten later in their career, they've come to appreciate the fans that have stuck
with them, even more.

me, i'm just grateful that they continue working together.  hard to believe
i've been doing this with them for 15 years.  they really are just wonderful.
for another really good vibe show, of another type of music, i encourage you
all to go see tuck and patti.  very different musical style, but i always walk
out of their shows really feeling the love.

oh, and you have my permission to repost these to other boards if you'd like
to share.  i simply don't have the time to keep up with anything more than the
traffic on netspace, as my first love, the who, gives me more reading than i
can handle.

speaking of which, thanks for the extra nudge there, spike.  while i'm not
going to hawaii today (thereby forfeiting my front row center seat, which is a
helluva lot harder to come by in who world), i am going out to ca next week to
catch them at shoreline in norcal and the hollywood bowl in socal.  wish me
good ticket karma, as i'm going emptyhanded.

love to you all.

lauren

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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 11:39:48 edt
reply-to:     indigotraveller@aol.com
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and garian, you should know that you were missed and asked after by many
people.

lauren

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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 15:01:21 -0500
reply-to:     barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net>
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subject:      re: ig in co review and commentary pt. 2
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maybe they didn't play lucy stoners because emily wasn't so crazy about
the song? ( remember?  she said to amy it "shot us in the foot?" but amy
felt that
door to rolling stone and other sexist music mags is closed to them
anyway?
so she recorded it anyway?

so......maybe she's respecting emily's discomfort.....i don't know for
certain...
i wasn't there so...who knows?

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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 14:08:35 -0700
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perhaps...but amy played it when they were in ventura,
ca.

--- barbara bordner <ritesofpassage9@webtv.net> wrote:

> maybe they didn't play lucy stoners because emily
> wasn't so crazy about
> the song?

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date:         sun, 1 aug 2004 23:27:33 -0700
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the indigo girls will be on wxpn (88.5 fm in philadelphia)
on friday 06 august, on world cafe.

this program is at 2pm eastern time (11am pacific time),
adjust appropriately for other time zones, see the web at
    <http://www.worldcafe.org/comingup.php>
    <http://xpn.org/listen.php>

there are two web addresses that work for wxpn
    <http://love.str3am.com/asx/xpn.asx>
    <http://wma.str3am.com/xpndotorg>

the musical guests for davis dye's world cafe usually start
about 20 minutes after the hour, and usually play 20-25 min,
but on occasion they play the whole hour so be prepared.

why do i mention other time zones?

because they broadcast on the web 24/7, i listen nearly
every day, you need windows media player.

they also broadcast on a slew of other stations across the
country, i often listen again on wumb at 6pm, check the
world cafe website for a list of other stations/times.

both stations re-broadcast some time around midnight.

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date:         mon, 2 aug 2004 08:14:44 -0400
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www.publicradiofan.org


trust me - it is amazing as a site...

mike r.

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date:         mon, 2 aug 2004 11:06:10 edt
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at co show #3 at mishawaka, a bunch of us up front held up lighter flames
during let it be me.  emily's face broke out in a giant smile.  the next night at
chautauqua (boulder), most of the travelling people were off to the side when
they did that song, but my friend andy, my beloved karen, and myself did a
mini-light show which em seemed to appreciate as well.

lauren

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date:         mon, 2 aug 2004 19:12:59 edt
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i think mishawaka was so incredibly awesome....i hadn't had such a fun time
at an indigo girls show in about 10 years(and that was because in '93 i was
backstage taking pictures with emily and amy). the botanic gardens was nice but
the crowd wasn't all fans, more people who were just members of the gardens or
famiiar with the girls music.  it was cool though that you could be front and
center any time you wanted, because most people preferred to be sitting with
their picnics...that was a great opportunity to get lots of great pictures.
mishawaka
(i just want to say sorry to spike and the others that ended up sitting
outside/outfront the whole day and weren't let into the show till after the rest of
us had gotten our spots in front of the stage, i figured the staff had told
you like us that we could get to the stage from either the deck or the back
gate)
mishawaka....ahhhh...excellent!!!  my girlfriend/wife/partner/etc. we spent
the afternoon sitting on the deck over the poudre river having drinks and
conversation.  we met some awesome fellow fans from maine, montana and missouri and
exchanged contact info in hopes of continuing the friendships we made.  we
watched emily and amy do their sound checks uninhibited, so cool.  then a few
minutes before six we wandered down to the front and center of the stage and
planted our butts on the ledge and chatted with other fans.
beautiful night!  amy and emily looked so happy to be there.  emily made some
jokes about how cool it was.  at one point people got onto the ledge and we
all moved forward to the very edge of the stage, maybe 3 feet from emily's
shoes i stood.. 5 from amy's.  the staff moved us back down and emily got so
frustreated that she came up to the mishawaka staff guy and say "hey hey, you're
ruining our show! this is the nicest group of people you'll ever have, leave
them alone!"  woohoo emily!  we all moved back up and unfortunately two little
girls were being trampled, i lifted one up onto the stage and amy bent down and
helped me situate her.  cool part now,  amy and i made eye contact and all i
could say was "thankyou amy"...  twas nice to have that.  i made lots of eye
contact with emily but that's probably because the spotlight was in my big face.
sully gave me a set list and my new friend laura (med student) got the
other.  my patner and i got 4 indigo girl guitar picks as well.. we gave two away
after the show. and the other two are goin in the scrap book with the set list.
and i i took about 20 nice upclose pictures except for the one before the
show when sully came out with a guitar and as i took the picture she saw me and
stuck her tongue out (nice sully). oh, i also got the set list from botanic
gardens as well but sully was a little bit upset when she gave it too me (not too
proud of that)  lol  anyways! awesome time, can't wait to do it again!
maxwest

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hi all,
i haven't seen this mentioned anywhere, but amy and emily are playing at homo a gogo, in olympia washington, this week (thursday, in fact). info is here:
http://www.buyolympia.com/events/
although i live in massatoosetts, i had pondered going to the festival because of the long-awaited reunion of the original line up of team dresch, the world's most amazing all girl punk band (that's a fact, not an opinion. heh.).
i hope that someone from the list goes to the festival, and weighs in with a review! i am certain this show will be, um, more raucous than usual!
lovin y'all,
sus

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party leos!  where you at? *grins*

august 2 (80)
jah13@arches.uga.edu

august 3 ('78)
sweetjane@geocities.com (heather solimini)

august 3 (80)
cheesehed@juno.com (kristina)
"when you're learning to face the path at your pace, every choice is
worth your while" ~~emily saliers

august 4 (=9255)
woodelldc@aol.com (deb woodell)
=93the further in you look, the further out you see...=94 -- sonia rutstein


woo hoo!  welcome to the best month of the year! *ahem*
i mean - happy birthday! :)

--audra (leo in the first)
bge
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back from the west coast tour!  17 shows in 3 weeks.  will be sharing more
experiences on the ig bbs soon.  but for now, i have to go get my gf from the
airport. ;)

xoxo

spike

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at 03:11 am 8/3/04 +0000, susan marine wrote:
>hi all,
>i haven't seen this mentioned anywhere, but amy and emily are playing at
>homo a gogo, in olympia washington, this week (thursday, in fact). info is
>here:
>http://www.buyolympia.com/events/
>although i live in massatoosetts, i had pondered going to the festival
>because of the long-awaited reunion of the original line up of team
>dresch, the world's most amazing all girl punk band (that's a fact, not an
>opinion. heh.).


i'll second that! if my month did not include a wedding and last month
didnt include loads of travel - i'd be there - there is a queer film fest
too i think. please please boot team dresch

oh and dyke tv (www.dyketv.org, free speech tv this week's edition has a
really really good profile of mr. lady records)

mike r.

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i would want it to be my ghost that emily is in love with since you can be in
love with "the ghost" of someone even though they are not dead.


mandy (in oklahoma)

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hey everyone!

   i know i'm a little late asking, (haven't checked my mail in a  while!),
but i just now found out that the girls were the cover story for july's  ln
magazine, and i was wondering if anyone, (besides scott!), had bought any  extra
copies...  i sure would like one, and i'll pay for it and all that  good
stuff.  ln's website doesn't put back-issues up for sale until  they're, like, 6
months old, evidently. grrr...

crossing fingers...
:)  lisa

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hey karen  :)

    we sat with you at the sat. chastain show in june. just  wanted to say
we're glad you made it home in one piece from your excellent  adventure, (which
we've loved reading about on the bbs, by the way!), and that  you had such a
great time!  you are one crazy chick!  crazy in a good  way :)

lisa & liz
(neither of whom have a canada stamp in their  passport)

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the lifetime network cop series "the division" has been canceled. a spokesperson for the network commented that the show had "run its course".

it ran for four seasons and 88 episodes.

i'll miss it...

-scott

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awww, thanks!  i am glad to be home in one piece.  ;)

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don't let 'em bleed you of your will..."
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like what's this trip gonna cost me this time
the devil i know is starting to look awfully kind
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thanks lauren!  my mom went to the chautauqua show, so i heard about it.
i'm musch too spoiled by my bluegrass/old time lifestyle now.  no waiting
for front row, no bouncers and i get to hang out with all the musicians...
i actually met bela fleck the other day at a friend's house.

g.

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> people.
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> lauren
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my photos from the tour (not all of ig, but a lot are -- many are of friends met along the way) are up on ofoto.  if you want to see them, use this link:

http://www.ofoto.com/i.jsp?c=x59rrzr.ahwdvl6n&x=1&y=svzaq9

xoxo
spike

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