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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 08:17:01 -0800
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http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/

anna

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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 10:52:05 -0600
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that was unbelievable! i bought the book for my wife and after listening =
to=20
that, it looks like i need to read it myself. what a positive duo!

on thursday 09 december 2004 10:17 am, anna creech wrote:
> http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/
>
> 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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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 11:02:15 -0600
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it really was incredible to listen to.  i'm so glad i was around to hear it.
how nice to get a small glimpse into emily's non-indigo side of her life.
it sounds like a great book!

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subject: re: emily saliers & don saliers on the diane rehm show now!


that was unbelievable! i bought the book for my wife and after listening to
that, it looks like i need to read it myself. what a positive duo!

on thursday 09 december 2004 10:17 am, anna creech wrote:
> http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/
>
> 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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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 11:01:58 -0600
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subject:      re: emily saliers & don saliers on the diane rehm show now!
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the wamu website says that the shows are archived about an hour after the=
=20
show. so you should be able to listen if you missed it

on thursday 09 december 2004 11:02 am, kovacs, mirinda wrote:
> it really was incredible to listen to.  i'm so glad i was around to hea=
r
> it. how nice to get a small glimpse into emily's non-indigo side of her
> life. it sounds like a great book!
>
>

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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 09:41:52 -0800
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for anyone who missed it (including me!) - i will be linked eventually from this page:

don saliers & emily saliers: "a song to sing, a life to live" - emily saliers of the popular group "indigo girls" and her father, a professor of theology, talk about how the language of music connects us all.
http://wamu.org/programs/dr/04/12/09.php

-renee

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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 19:13:40 +0000
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hi all -
i finished reading the book a few weeks ago - it's a good read and it give you plenty to think about.  one of the chapters that really hit me is how music unites us and touches us.  as a musician and music lover i have been sharing music with others for most of my life and there is nothing better than introducing someone to a piece of music and having them light up and say - yes, that is me.  in addition, how many times i have listened to a song and said - how do they know that about me?  how have they (songwriter/singer)captured my pain so well?
the book also brought back to mind how powerful music is - that songs are passed down generation to generation...my grandmother was fixing to die and she really wanted to hear a tape that my deceased grandfather made of the history of a camp they had both founded. the tape had been missing for years - but we found it.  my grandmother died within minutes of hearing my grandfather singing taps.  she needed to hear it and she did.
read the book - its good and an easy read!
mary


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> that was unbelievable! i bought the book for my wife and after listening to
> that, it looks like i need to read it myself. what a positive duo!
>
> on thursday 09 december 2004 10:17 am, anna creech wrote:
> > http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/
> >
> > 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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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 21:26:56 -0800
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at risk of sounding stupid....were emily and don on minnesota public radio this morning? i just visited the wamu (was it?) link and apparently it's not available anymore...at least it didn't download.
if anybody finds another link or taped it i could do a b&p. i really want to hear it.  thanks.

barb

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from: "kovacs, mirinda" <mirinda.kovacs@thomson.com>
date: thu, 9 dec 2004 11:02:15 -0600
to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
subject: re: emily saliers & don saliers on the diane rehm show now!

it really was incredible to listen to.  i'm so glad i was around to hear it.
how nice to get a small glimpse into emily's non-indigo side of her life.
it sounds like a great book!

-----original message-----
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sent: thursday, december 09, 2004 10:52 am
to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
subject: re: emily saliers & don saliers on the diane rehm show now!


that was unbelievable! i bought the book for my wife and after listening to
that, it looks like i need to read it myself. what a positive duo!

on thursday 09 december 2004 10:17 am, anna creech wrote:
> http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/
>
> 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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date:         thu, 9 dec 2004 23:57:22 -0800
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so you haven't read the book yet huh? it's very easy reading,but you cannot always tell who's writing what? i guess maybe they don't want us to know that so it looks like it's coming from the both of them.that and i wish emily would have expounded more on what she has seen in her travels. other than that it's okay. not great but not bad either.

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date:         fri, 10 dec 2004 05:29:52 -0800
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you might look at http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/04/12/09.php for the
link to the actual show.  it's not a download -- it's a real player
stream.  these things are pretty much online forever once they're
posted, so you should be able to find it there anytime.

enjoy!

-graham

on dec 9, 2004, at 9:26 pm, barb bordner wrote:

> at risk of sounding stupid....were emily and don on minnesota public
> radio this morning? i just visited the wamu (was it?) link and
> apparently it's not available anymore...at least it didn't download.
> if anybody finds another link or taped it i could do a b&p. i really
> want to hear it.  thanks.
>
> barb

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okay, what's the best best modem speed to choose? i have a windows 98.

barb
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from: graham ames <heepybear@jefu.net>
date: fri, 10 dec 2004 05:29:52 -0800
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subject: re: emily saliers & don saliers on the diane rehm show now!

you might look at http://www.wamu.org/programs/dr/04/12/09.php for the
link to the actual show.  it's not a download -- it's a real player
stream.  these things are pretty much online forever once they're
posted, so you should be able to find it there anytime.

enjoy!

-graham

on dec 9, 2004, at 9:26 pm, barb bordner wrote:

> at risk of sounding stupid....were emily and don on minnesota public
> radio this morning? i just visited the wamu (was it?) link and
> apparently it's not available anymore...at least it didn't download.
> if anybody finds another link or taped it i could do a b&p. i really
> want to hear it.  thanks.
>
> barb

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date:         fri, 10 dec 2004 16:00:01 -0700
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hey there,

my friends in uncle earl are looking to book a show somewhere in
northhampton...  they would really dig doing a college gig that included
visiting classes during the day and then a show in the evening.  anyone
got contacts at any of the universities in the area?  could someone
forward this to the baigls?

thank you,

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date:         sat, 11 dec 2004 00:15:41 -0500
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>for anyone who missed it (including me!) - i will be linked
>eventually from this page:
>
>don saliers & emily saliers: "a song to sing, a life to live" -
>emily saliers of the popular group "indigo girls" and her father, a
>professor of theology, talk about how the language of music connects
>us all.
>http://wamu.org/programs/dr/04/12/09.php

that was an unbelievable interview - how wonderful to hear the
father-daughter relationship and hear emily do a few of her ig songs
solo - especially interesting to hear her father sing amy's part on
"all that we let in."

thanks for posting the link.  great stuff.

jason

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oh! thanks a million!!! i just went to that link and to my great surprize it brought me right to the interview...i don't know if that was the link that did that or maybe somehow the computer kept tract of
the fact that i visited the site a few days ago and wound up listening to the thing about gay pride for an hour....anyway....boy that really was an interesting emily and don interview. i just had to sing amy's parts....i just love harmony so so much and i love... our deliverance.

i've been waiting for two years to hear it live! thanks jason!

barb

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from: jason hare <hare@optonline.net>
date: sat, 11 dec 2004 00:15:41 -0500
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subject: ig on npr this morning

>for anyone who missed it (including me!) - i will be linked
>eventually from this page:
>
>don saliers & emily saliers: "a song to sing, a life to live" -
>emily saliers of the popular group "indigo girls" and her father, a
>professor of theology, talk about how the language of music connects
>us all.
>http://wamu.org/programs/dr/04/12/09.php

that was an unbelievable interview - how wonderful to hear the
father-daughter relationship and hear emily do a few of her ig songs
solo - especially interesting to hear her father sing amy's part on
"all that we let in."

thanks for posting the link.  great stuff.

jason

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i suck. :)

it seems like every time i post, i'm saying something else happened to make me not post birthdays.  this time it's just that i'm a forgetful wench.  i need some sort of reminder for everything!  i have a great one with lotus notes at work.  i need to get that for home too! :)

maybe i should just do this from work *lol* *sends copy of file*

anyway...here's me playing catch up.  again. :p

november 22
reb22@hermes.cam.ac.uk (rachael e. bradley)

luna-tick@home.com (luna mook tick)

november 23
rcn@prcn.org (kim fischer)
"pain from pearls -hey little girl
how much have you grown?"

november 23
rgcs1123@aol.com (rena)
"so i know i'm all right
life will come and life will go"

november 23 ('77)
vmenanteau@aol.com (erika menanteaux)

gitroop@aol.com (erin tripp)

november 24 ('75)
kdeis@phoenix.kent.edu (kellie deis)

('73)
michalack@nku.edu (andrew michalack)

november 25
eweins1@po-box.mcgill.ca (erica weinstein)

november 26 ('71)
geckogrrlz@aol.com (lisa)
"rock is cool but the struggle is better...
go, go, go!"

november 26
melsouth1@hotmail.com (mel south)

november 27
saulinoj@olywa.net  (jeni saulino)

november 29
sandjo@iastate.edu (sandy johnson)
"...and dance the edge of sanity, i've never been this close.  in love
with your ghost."

november 29
carol riels <manyfaces@cedar-rapids.net>

december 1 ('70)
guinione@aol.com (chris)

december 3
boilrmkr@bu.edu (anjeanette milner)
"you said the world was magic i was wide eyed and laughing, we were
dancing up to the bright side, forget about your ego, forget about your pride,
and you will never have to compromise; you said good friends are hard to come by, i
laughed, bought you a beer, it was too corny to cry"

december 3
mhb@entelechy.com (monique barbanson)

december 3
tony a.t. mendina
mendina@utdallas.edu
"and, i've never licked a sparkplug
and i've never sniffed a stinkbug
and i've never painted daisies on a big red rubber ball!"

december 4
crz4indigo@aol.com (alyssa)
"the best thing you'd ever done for me is to help me take
my life less seriously, it's only life after all."

dec.4
loralei.riney@bannerhealth.com (loralei riney....a.k.a. sparkie)
everything in its own time...keep reaching for the stars...you may not catch one
but you'll get stardust all over ya...

december 5 (’74)
gutegirl@aol.com (amy marie yaeger)

december 7 (1978)
jorel sallaska
sallaska@fas.harvard.edu (jorel)

december 8 (1981)
ddaly5xc@mwc.edu (diana m. daly)

december 12
kathrin_siegmund@gmx.de
"the opposite of love is not hate, ... it's indifference. the opposite of life is not death, ... it's indifference."

december 14
s306089@student.uq.edu (michelle paddy)

december 14
wendy (aztbear@aol.com)
"every five years or so i look back on my life, and i have a good laugh!"
"they say that it's never too late, but you don't, you dont' get any younger!"
"when your learning to face the path at your pace...every choice is worth
your while!"

december 15 (' 77)
amy swenson
<amy_indigirl@yahoo.com>

december 19
j.k. (kshucks@juno.com)
"the sweetest part is acting after making a decision."


here's hoping the new year will give me a new brain.  like the scarecrow *grins*

love and devotion,
audra
bge slacker :)

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it's that time of year again, people. since all that we let in was
released in 2004, ig is up for some "best of 2004" awards.

best cd (all that we let in):

http://www.kfog.com/albumtool/cd.asp

best song ("perfect world"):

http://www.kfog.com/albumtool/song.asp

(from kfog.com, san francisco bay area)


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and i'm swimming to the edge of the sea,
and i'm laughing, i'm under a starry sky
this world was meant for me
don't bury me carry me..."
~~ amy ray, indigo girls

"there's a lot to be said for what's been left behind
you just dream of the ocean
waves from the aleutians crashing on the shore
and you'd dream of the maori
alive in the south sea..."
~~ nate borofsky, girlyman

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date:         tue, 14 dec 2004 19:21:59 -0800
reply-to:     graham ames <heepybear@jefu.net>
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from:         graham ames <heepybear@jefu.net>
subject:      rarities?
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whatever happened to the threatened ig rarities album?  i remember
getting official email asking what i wanted to see on such a release,
and there was mention of it coming out sometime in the past 12 months,
but now i've not seen or heard anything about it for such a long
time...

anyone have any updates on this?

-graham ames
hippybear@bigfoot.com

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