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date:         thu, 15 sep 2005 07:05:51 -0700
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date:         fri, 16 sep 2005 08:17:54 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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hey folks,

i'm not going to forward it because it doesn't really have anything
too new in it, but there's a concert review in the milwaukee journal
sentinel - you can read it online here:
http://www.jsonline.com/onwisconsin/music/sep05/355911.asp

like the article i sent yesterday, i can't really figure out what this
guy is trying to say...

:)
sherlyn

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date:         sun, 18 sep 2005 21:08:13 -0700
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<html><body><p><font face="arial, helvetica, sans-serif" size=2>okay....as always ig was awesome.....and they even took the time to talk to fans and sign autographs afterwards which was really nice, but what really got my attention was when emily told us all about the vatican's recent announcement: that it wants to search the churches for gay people, it just made me mad (not at emily no!) i was thinking "oh shit!!! really?!!" </font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>it's like the more i hear about benedict xvi the more i dislike him intensely! he should be leading the church towards a more progressive stand on the issues.....but obviously he was elected because he's the most conservative one who was close to john paul ii.  anyway...both amy and emily got jabs at him...in. emily with "it's alright," and amy with "let it ring." </font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>my main criticism......the audience!! they were too mellow man...like no dancing!! and (it's probably no secret by now but the security people will never do right by me at a show.) the security guy who tried to get rid of me by telling me ig "don't give out setlists, because if they did they'd make thousands of them to give out," which is bull crapp that i caught him on,"i've been to ig shows before and they do give out setlists." he goes,"i've been to three hundred of 'em!! and they don't!" </font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>i called out to sully, "setlist," and she bent down and gave someone a setlist, i pointed it out "see there? she just gave her a setlist!" he goes "leave! we're trying to close the place down early."  </font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>so with that nauseating incident in tow, we (my friend, mark and i) went outside to wait for amy and emily. mark had to leave early though, (see? the bus system is just screwy now...the council that runs them seems to have this for a philosophy: raise fares and cut services.) because of the f%$#@#$-up busses. i used to be able to go home from an ig show as late as i wanted, now i have to be in down'town st paul by 12:15a.m. when the last buss leaves....last night i said to myself "screw it i'm staying," of course to do that you have to shell out the cab fare.</font></p>
<p><font face=arial size=2>but amy and emily are worth all that.....they were both so sweet last night taking pictures even....too bad i didn't know i had more batteries for my digital camera, or i would have had my picture taken.....oh well.....i love emily's smile all the same. i gave both amy and emily huggs.</font></p>
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date:         mon, 19 sep 2005 00:07:10 -0400
reply-to:     "i am 32 flavors and then some..." <tisara@www.webworqs.com>
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subject:      birthdays (september 19 - 25, 2005)
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woot!  here's a list of people celebrating when they graced the earth...at least this week's :)

september 20 ('81)
cloudyfire@aol.com (rachel)
"i stood without clothes, danced in the sand, i was aching with freedom,
kissing the damned and i said remember this as how it should be..."

september 21 ('76)
tleung@wellesley.edu (therese)
"when you learn to love yourself, you will dissolve all the stones
that are cast"

september 21
miss piggy <kinsey921@yahoo.com> (donna)
hero: emily, because she inspires and brings out so
much positivity through her music.
fave album: rites of passage
fave ig concert: sacramento, jan. 98 (acoustic show)

september 22
dawn (avedyke@aol.com)
"we're sorry...the brain you are trying to reach has been disconnected or is no
longer in service....."

september 22
bethany fleischauer <fleiscbe@sbu.edu>

"i like the way you wanted me
every night for so long baby
and i like the way you needed me
every time things got rocky"
from baby don't break my heart too slow

sept 24 (1980)
amanda [biodb8er@rocketmail.com]

september 24 (69)
garian vigil


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lovies!
audra
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date:         mon, 19 sep 2005 02:49:42 -0500
reply-to:     greg flamer <gflame@1000wadams.net>
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life is busy but always time for ig when they come close to chicago.  i
was waiting for deb r to post her review of last week's milwaukee show
at the regal pabst center.  since she scooped up the actual setlist
(which they do give out!) she will have to post the songs (where are
you deb?!).  i heard the pabst was a cool venue so it seemed worth the
drive to milwaukee to dine and show with my bud, deb.  it also didn't
hurt that deb scored near front row seats.  3 5 human opened up and
really rocked out.  trina, the lead singer, really has some personality
and a great voice to boot.

i found the milwaukee crowd to be quiet and they only stood up in
unison at ctf which was disappointing.  but i loved the theater and the
fact that cold beer was sold at every corner.  you could bring it
outside, you could bring it to your seat.  no one cared--guess i should
have expected that in the "pabst" center.  the girls played a long set
and didn't comment or seem to mind the subdued crowd.  i mean there was
very little singing along.  i don't think i've heard emily sing all the
lines of watershed in 5-6 years.  not a problem--just bizarre.  but
since the crowd wasn't making noise, it made the girls chattier for
some reason.  emily talked a lot, said fuck in regard to
something...sorry my mind is hazy as it was last wednesday (deb,
help!).  amy was quiet but explained that she was doing web research
all night and her mind was mush.  she also told an amusing story about
how her house is filled with stray pets and she vowed not to take
anymore in unless they walked up to her door.  and somehow they keep
finding her door.  it was sweet.  oh yeah, emily talked about bowling
at the landmark the previous night which i guess is a milwaukee site.
she said they fuckin sucked at bowling i think :).

they played some surprises including happy birthday for a girl up front
per request.  random song of the decade was soon to be nothing (it's so
random i'm not sure that's the title).  the seemed receptive to
requests all night and kept saying they'd learn those for the future
cities.  pretty sure they played gone again instead of ozilline per
request.  land of canaan and three hits were songs i hadn't heard in
awhile.  it was all acoustic which was nice too.

highlight had to be the encore playing tether with 3 5 human.  trina
sang some of the leads and she rocked it out.  it was moving and
powerful.  then midnight train to georgia.  it was great.

sunday night brought the girls to chicago's park west theater for the
first of three nights.  the park west is a tiny place but looks like a
wedding reception area on the inside.  it's a mess of cushioned seats,
placed down chairs and standing areas.  it's like a vegas comedy club
where they seat you and serve drinks on small tables.  it was general
admission so you pretty much had to stand up front for hours to assure
decent viewing.  i had forgotten how much i despise general admission
until empowered people starting shimmying in front of us, trying to
befriend everyone on the way as they cut off their view and pushed them
aside.   really tacky but thankfully there's not a bad place in this
small venue.  casey neill (?) opened up and i'll just be kind and say i
didn't buy his cd afterwards.

the chicago crowd was awesome.  they knew every word and were raucous.
a and e were very smiley and seemed surprised that everyone was even
singing along to heartache for everyone (the oh oh's sounded good in
unison).  but sadly, they were very quiet and shared few stories.
emily said fuck again, only this time it was describing trina from 3 5
human after she had joined them for ctf.  she said she is fucking
unbelievable or something along those lines.  has e always been such a
potty mouth?  btw, trina was amazing.  i think ig should make a whole
cd with trina singing on their big hits.  she totally makes the songs.
ctf exciting again?  i never thought it would be.  amy screwed up big
time in the middle of dairy queen .  i've seen them screw up at the
beginning of a song but never halfway through.  she apologized and said
the great singing had distracted her and she could only do a few things
at once.  it was humorous.

3 5 human didn't open but came out for the encore.  they did one of
their songs and then tether and midnight train again.  just awesome
again.  scooter boys was the only song they played that was a big
surprise.  collecting you was played much to my delight.  someone right
next to me could clearly be seen jotting down the song list in a small
book.  i thought only a list member would do that.  so who are you out
there that was standing on emily side in the front right next to me!?

a and e seemed perplexed by the huge disco ball hanging over the
audience that started spinning during a few songs--bizarre!  it was a
bit tragic--big city venue with a friggin disco ball spinning.  i was
like this ain't the hampton beach casino in new hampshire!  i did
overhear a woman in front of me say--i don't know many of these songs,
i didn't know they were still making new music.  i just took a deep
breath.  ig do need to fire their marketing dept :)

can't believe i have two more shows in town.  i'll try to post about
those too.  i feel like a college student again, seeing ig 4 times in 2
weeks.  it's awesome.  til tomorrow--greg

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date:         tue, 20 sep 2005 01:31:29 -0500
reply-to:     greg flamer <gflame@1000wadams.net>
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way tired but a few comments on tonight's show at the park west in
chicago.  venue was much less crowded and clearly not sold out.  it
saddened me that ig did not sell out all 3 shows but i was most pleased
about the extra elbow room and less need for people to shimmy past me.

3 5 human opened.  i got there half way through their set and the
audience seemed to be enjoying them.  girls opened with hammer and a
nail which i hadn't heard live in ages.  they played all the staples
which seem to include ctf with trina, po2, galileo, moment of
forgiveness (with bus driver on keyboard!), it's alright (e dedicated
it very quickly and subtly to the catholic church which i was most
amused by), dairy queen, fill it up again, get out the map, heartache
for everyone, winthrop.  they've played these songs at all three shows
i've been to thus far.  some 'new' ones included world falls (awesome
request by someone!), go, chickenman/bitteroot.

they closed with tether and midnight train to ga again.  trina's mic
was having trouble so tether wasn't as awesome as on other nights.  amy
screwed up twice which i couldn't believe.  i don't recall the songs
but she cited caffeine as the culprit.  girls were very quiet and
unchatty.  a few comments about loving chicago (of course).  a few
comments about amy's upcoming solo cameo at estrojam.  emily plugged
the band betty (sp?) as they will be at the same venue in october.
otherwise, not a peep.  emily didn't even say fuck.  oh they did sing
happy birthday once again to someone who's bday wasn't even until the
next day.  crowd was good and sang along and listened really well.
michelle, great to see you afterwards.  i'll look for you in line
tomorrow night.  anyone else have comments?  i'd hate to be the sole
source of info for these great shows.  tata until tomorrow--greg

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date:         tue, 20 sep 2005 08:36:15 -0700
reply-to:     jeremy james <sobaroque@yahoo.com>
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ig's cover of mrs. robinson alone makes the soundtrack to desperate housewives worth 12 bucks.

hey hey hey

jer


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date:         tue, 20 sep 2005 12:45:03 -0400
reply-to:     deb odonoghue <debigogrl1@msn.com>
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hey y'all,


the ig cover of mrs. robinson is available for download at itunes for =
$.99.

the "put in your pantry with your cupcakes" line is my favorite; very =
cute intonation by amy. =20


peace,

debigogrl

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date:         tue, 20 sep 2005 15:36:09 -0500
reply-to:     dreiser <moondust@gate.net>
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i'm probably one of the only people in america who doesn't watch desperate housewives (don't shoot me, as i do have other redeaming qualities). so my question is, did ig record this just for the show? or does the recording have another source?

deb

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ig's cover of mrs. robinson alone makes the soundtrack to desperate housewives worth 12 bucks.

hey hey hey

jer


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date:         wed, 21 sep 2005 07:45:24 +1000
reply-to:     sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
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hey folks,

here's an article from yes! weekly in greensboro nc, about a&e's
upcoming hte appearance at guilford college.  you can read it online
at (long url, needs to be all on one line):
http://www.yesweekly.com/main.asp?sectionid=3d1&subsectionid=3d1&articleid
=3d579&tm=3d47680.58

cheers,
sherlyn

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laduke and indigo girls talk up renewable energy
by amy kingsley

guilford college will host environmental activist winona laduke and
grammy award-winning duo the indigo girls for an event dedicated to
raising awareness about renewable energy sources friday, sept. 23.

all proceeds from the event, which coincides with the kickoff of the
school=92s homecoming weekend, will benefit honor the earth, an
organization headed by laduke. honor the earth raises awareness and
funds for energy justice, the implementation of renewable energy
sources as a means of generating income for native communities in the
americas. native american reservations have long been exploited for
the mineral resources and used as storage sites for nuclear and other
energy waste, according to honor the earth literature.

former vice-presidential candidate laduke campaigned with ralph nader
on the green party ticket in 1996 and again in 2000. she has written
extensively on native american environmental issues. indigo girls amy
ray and emily saliers have supported honor the earth since the
organization formed in the early 1990s.

=93once we heard winona we realized we couldn=92t be environmentalists
without looking through the indigenous lens,=94 saliers said.

income from the guilford college show will exclusively fund efforts by
honor the earth to buy and install a wind turbine on the pine ridge
reservation in south dakota. native nations in the midwest hold the
potential for generating up to half the united states=92 current
electrical output through wind energy, laduke said in a press release.

the program will feature a short video about renewable energy, a
speech by laduke, short speeches by ray and saliers and a 45-minute
acoustic performance by the duo. although the indigo girls are
touring, the guilford college appearance is a special performance for
honor the earth.

=93there is a connection between north carolina and native americans
when you work it all out,=94 saliers said.

in particular, the speakers want to address proposals by duke power
and progress energy to build nuclear power plants. duke power has
filed a preliminary inquiry with the us nuclear regulatory commission
to build the first nuclear power plant constructed in 20 years. the
company already owns land in davie county, within 40 miles of
greensboro, which has been approved by the commission as a site for a
nuclear reactor.

north carolina is the 12th-most carbon dioxide polluted state,
according to a fact sheet provided by the indigo girls. combined with
tennessee and georgia, the region is ranked the sixth largest carbon
polluter in the world.

=93our strong message now is that nuclear power is not the answer,=94
saliers said.

honor the earth is visiting greensboro, they say, because of the
recent history of progressive movements in the region. the state was
the first in the southeast to pass a global warming act, in august,
and is home to north carolina green power, a nonprofit that collects
money to invest in renewable energy.

the indigo girls have been involved with environmental politics since
their inception in the early =9280s. their political activities extend
to other causes as well. the duo has performed at pro-choice and
anti-death penalty rallies and have spoken out about women=92s and queer
rights.

=93we=92re basic lefties,=94 saliers said.

although they have worked with laduke and honor the earth for more
than a decade, their activities stopped short of campaigning in the
1996 or 2000 elections. instead, they stick to raising awareness about
issues.

=93my favorite shows are benefit shows because there is such a strong
sense of hope and a feeling that we are all in this together,=94 saliers
said.

=93i think there is mixed feelings about musicians speaking out,=94 she
said. =93but it is our duty as citizens. people are also very
mistrustful of politicians right now and i believe people know when
they=92re being lied to.=94

to comment on this story, e-mail amy kingsley at amy@yesweekly.com.

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date:         tue, 20 sep 2005 17:09:24 -0700
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hey, kim!  are you still on this list?  i was looking at some of the
old parodies you (and i) wrote back in the day and it gave me a
chuckle.  wondering if you're still around these parts or if you've
moved on since then.

http://www.eclecticlibrarian.net/chartreusegirls/

anna
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date:         thu, 22 sep 2005 07:59:39 +1000
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hey kids,

the latest official mailer follows...

-sherlyn

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subject: indigo girls - news from the road!
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> here are the latest notes and photos from amy:
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> http://www.indigogirls.com/corresp/2005/2005-09-19-a.html
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date:         wed, 21 sep 2005 23:54:08 +0100
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except for us non us residents :-((

not fair :-(

hannah in uk

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subject: mrs. robinson on itunes


hey y'all,

the ig cover of mrs. robinson is available for download at itunes for $.99.

the "put in your pantry with your cupcakes" line is my favorite; very cute
intonation by amy.

peace,

debigogrl

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date:         thu, 22 sep 2005 01:53:59 +0200
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and why was this release never announced on the official site
or in any of amy´s notes ???

greetings,

robert

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