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date:         sun, 16 apr 2006 09:27:10 -0400
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in the arts and entertainment section, there's an article about pink's new cd (starting on the front page and cont. on pg.6 under the title "protest singers")

amy's part is as follows:

but now many pop artists are making themselves heard once again.  amy ray, who along with her indigo girls partner, emily saliers backs pink on the new song "dear mr. president," isn't surprised by the sudden spate of new protest songs.

"what i'm surprised about is that there can be such low approval ratings and such a cultural outcry against bush and he can just keep doing what he does," says ray.  "we can talk about it and write songs about it and show up at marches and nothing's really changing."

what would amy do?
if only...

rena

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date:         sun, 16 apr 2006 14:27:23 -0700
reply-to:     elizabeth groff <egroff@drizzle.com>
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subject:      questions about san diego venue
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i recently moved from seattle, wa to phoenix, az and find that i have to
fly to ca to get my yearly ig fix so i have some questions about the san
diego venue.

does humphrey's allow amy and emily to give the crowd the okay to come
stand in front of the stage? a & e always did that at the pier in seattle
(although that was a general admission show and those folks who stood in
line all day to get front row seats moved out of their seats to the edge of
the stage when amy waved us all forward).

i ask this because humphrey's has the room and/or dinner deals that
guarantee front row or second, third or fourth row seats to those pairs of
people who pay for food and lodging there (i am coming by myself so those
deals don't apply to me and after paying for the plane ticket i really
couldn't justify them anyway).  i could see that those who paid big bucks
to _sit_ in the front would not be so happy to have people standing in
front of them.

also, i've found a hotel about a mile from humphrey's (according to
mapquest).  will there be any impediments that would prevent me from
walking to the venue-- i.e. is the road on that strip of land that connects
to shelter island a big-road-without-shoulders that would be unsafe to walk on?

any other info from those of you familiar with humphrey's (diane?) would be
appreciated.


and for those in seattle, i think it is so sad to have lost the pier as a
summer concert venue-- what a wonderful place! i thought the south lake
union location worked well last year but that location isn't in the plans
for the future. i hope to return to seattle soon and maybe by then they'll
have sorted out the kinks in the gasworks park deal. someone please give us
(okay, me) a report on the woodland park zoo show.  :)


thanks,
elizabeth


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date:         sun, 16 apr 2006 17:39:58 -0700
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as someone who was an organizer for ten years i understand amy's sentiment exactly....you can rattle cages all you want it seems, but it
only has an impact if the people you are protesting want to change....and bush definitely doesn't care one iota what anyone wants. it's just so frustrating!!

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subject: amy quoted in today's boston globe
date:         sun, 16 apr 2006 09:27:10 -0400

in the arts and entertainment section, there's an article about pink's new cd (starting on the front page and cont. on pg.6 under the title "protest singers")

amy's part is as follows:

but now many pop artists are making themselves heard once again.  amy ray, who along with her indigo girls partner, emily saliers backs pink on the new song "dear mr. president," isn't surprised by the sudden spate of new protest songs.

"what i'm surprised about is that there can be such low approval ratings and such a cultural outcry against bush and he can just keep doing what he does," says ray.  "we can talk about it and write songs about it and show up at marches and nothing's really changing."

what would amy do?
if only...

rena

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date:         wed, 19 apr 2006 19:51:03 -0400
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subject:      birthdays (april 3rd - 23rd, 2006)
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i can't even tell you what my problem is. *heh* i could blame it on bliss and a new relationship, but that seems awfully harsh to an unsuspecting girlfriend *snickers* so i'll just blame it on my airheaded tendencies, apologize profusely and always strive to do better.  so here's my catch up post.  hope you can forgive me :)

april 6
heidid4660@aol.com (heidi)
"a key to a room of your own and a mind without end..."

april 8, ('77)
spinsker@goucher.edu (sarah pinsker)

special request (from patricia mckeough <campgurl@yahoo.com>)
april 8
lesley "didge" ruthven (littlecanoegirl@hotmail.com)
"we're standing at opposite poles, equal partners in a mystery."

april 10 ('70)
seaphish@aol.com (sheri)
"...there i am in younger days, star gazing, painting picture perfect
maps of how my life and love would be, not counting the unmarked paths of
misdirection,
my compass, faith in love's perfection, i missed ten million miles of
road i should have seen..."

april 12 ('64)
igfan@rcam.com (amy ray)
"when the beautiful ladies walk right by, you know i never know what
to say..."

april 12
bon parks
bonster@drizzle.com

april 12
lisa (memememi@aol.com)

april 13
melanie - raincloud@partlycloudy.com
passivity is the dragon each woman must slay in her quest for independence.

april 13
sandy (mgsb@aol.com)

april 14, 1978
arin palmer (apthree@aol.com)

april 15
jennifer kwok
jkwok@cc.umanitoba.ca

april 15
misty (mwade0415@aol.com)
"the prize is always worth the rocky ride" -- emily saliers

april 16 ('65)
swater11@aol.com
"trying to hold it like rain in a river..."

april 16
beecup1@aol.com (theresa)

april 17, 1970
indigobabs@aol.com (barbara todd)
"i wanna go too far, i wanna go too fast/ somebody draw the line so i can
blow right past/ i wanna spend too much, i wanna stay too late/ i'm gonna roar
too loud, i'm gonna be that way/ i wanna play too hard, i wanna go too far"
trisha yearwood

april 20
tuesdayschild@pc-webonics.com (dianne connell)
"memories linger like the fog on the sea
keeping me out of touch with my reality
nothing could ever mean as much to me
as tuesday's children"

april 20
alissa irving (mari798106@aol.com)
"there is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it."
--alfred hitchcock

april 21 ('76)
karey@u.washington.edu (karey weisman eals)
"everything that i believe is wrong with you, is wrong with me
everything i truly love, i love in you and i love in me"

april 22
a-jessio@microsoft.com (jessica owen)

april 23
kayetea@aol.com (katy)


eek.  that's a lot of forgiving.

if your day has passed, i hope you had only the best and brightest start to the next year of your life.  for those upcoming - all the best!  be safe!

love and devotion,
audra
bge in recovery

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date:         thu, 20 apr 2006 11:37:03 edt
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thought this might be an interesting lead for some people here.
=20
lauren
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for immediate release
wednesday - april 19, 2006

cinnamon girl ~  women artists cover neil young

american laundromat seeks women artists  for neil young tribute cd

contact:
joseph h.  spadaro
631.682.8174
joe@americanlaundromatrecords.com

huntington,  ny =e2=80=93 american laundromat records (alr) is currently see=
king demo=20
submissions by  women artists and female-fronted bands for a neil young=20
tribute cd titled  cinnamon girl ~ women artists cover neil young. a holiday=
2006=20
release date is  anticipated.

=e2=80=9cneil young is a true original and we wanted to celebrate  his music=
and=20
introduce younger music fans to neil=e2=80=99s early work. having women  art=
ists cover=20
young=e2=80=99s classic songs puts a fresh spin on the traditional tribute =20=
record.=e2=80=9d joe=20
spadaro - american laundromat records.

a portion of all  sales from cinnamon girl will be donated to casting for=20
recovery in memory of  norine r. spadaro (alr founder, joe spadaro=e2=80=99s=
mother).=20
casting for recovery is a  national non-profit support and educational progr=
am=20
for women who have or have  had breast cancer. casting for recovery provides=
an=20
opportunity for women whose  lives have been profoundly affected by the=20
disease to gather in a beautiful,  natural setting and learn fly-fishing, "a=
sport=20
for life." the weekend retreats  incorporate counseling, educational service=
s=20
and the sport of fly-fishing to  promote mental and physical healing. more=20
information about casting for recovery  is available on their official websi=
te: =20
http://www.castingforrecovery.org/index.html.

the songs american  laundromat has chosen for this project are from neil you=
ng
=e2=80=99s early work  (1969-1979):
after the gold rush
burned
cinnamon girl
comes a  time
cowgirl in the sand
down by the river
everybody knows this is  nowhere
heart of gold
helpless
hey hey
i am a child
like a  hurricane
ohio
powderfinger
southern man
sugar mountain
the  needle and the damage done

cinnamon girl will ultimately feature  established & up-and-coming women=20
artists and female-fronted bands  contributing versions of neil young=e2=80=
=99s most=20
popular songs. the final list of  artists contributing will be announced in=20=
early=20
september. artists interested in  covering a track may contact american=20
laundromat at  info@americanlaundromatrecords.com or visit =20
http://www.americanlaundromatrecords.com/cinnamongirl.html for project detai=
ls  and submission=20
guidelines.

american laundromat records is an indie record  label based out of=20
huntington, new york. recent projects include high school  reunion =e2=80=
=93 a tribute to those=20
great 80=e2=80=99s films, a 20-song cd compilation  featuring indie-rockers=20=
frank=20
black (pixies), the atomic hep cats, matthew  sweet, lori mckenna, john p. s=
trohm=20
(blake babies), kristin hersh (throwing  muses), the caulfield sisters, the=20
dresden dolls, and many more covering songs  from some of the 80's most popu=
lar=20
teen films such as; pretty in pink, sixteen  candles, the breakfast club, fa=
st=20
times at ridgemont high, say anything, valley  girl, repo man, and more.

information about american laundromat is  available at:=20
http://www.americanlaundromatrecords.com. please contact joseph h.  spadaro=20=
by email:=20
joe@americanlaundromatrecords.com or by telephone:  631-682-8174 with any qu=
estions.

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2006 14:23:29 -0400
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howdy!

my buddy is trying to find a version of just amy & emily singing water =
is wide.  he'd heard it at a radio station on a cd that the first 6 =
songs were a & e and the last 6 songs were the allman brothers.  anyone =
have any ideas?  he said it was a produced cd, not a home burned one.

peace,
jen

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date:         fri, 21 apr 2006 11:37:33 -0700
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this sounds like a boot from 1992 in la, radio and records convention.

here's the link on etree:
http://db.etree.org/lookup_show.php?shows_key=3d81321&show_users=3dtrue

on 4/21/06, jen cattin <jencattin@comcast.net> wrote:
>
> howdy!
>
> my buddy is trying to find a version of just amy & emily singing water is
> wide.  he'd heard it at a radio station on a cd that the first 6 songs we=
re
> a & e and the last 6 songs were the allman brothers.  anyone have any
> ideas?  he said it was a produced cd, not a home burned one.
>
> peace,
> jen
>
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date:         fri, 21 apr 2006 15:29:32 -0400
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this may circulate as a boot now, but it was a printed cd=2e  it's a promo=

only put out
by sony - esk4632 is the cat#=2e released 1992=2e =20

amy p=2e

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date: fri, 21 apr 2006 11:37:33 -0700
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this sounds like a boot from 1992 in la, radio and records convention=2e

here's the link on etree:
http://db=2eetree=2eorg/lookup=5fshow=2ephp=3fshows=5fkey=3d81321&show=5fu=
sers=3dtrue

on 4/21/06, jen cattin <jencattin@comcast=2enet> wrote:
>
> howdy!
>
> my buddy is trying to find a version of just amy & emily singing water i=
s
> wide=2e  he'd heard it at a radio station on a cd that the first 6 songs=

were
> a & e and the last 6 songs were the allman brothers=2e  anyone have any
> ideas=3f  he said it was a produced cd, not a home burned one=2e
>
> peace,
> jen
>
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date:         fri, 21 apr 2006 18:21:38 -0400
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from:         deb woodell <woodelldc@aol.com>
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hey, y'all,
i'm coming out of lurking mode to toot my own horn a bit. wfuv in nyc has been having a listener's poll on essential songs, and it seems they to record me saying why ctf is one of my all-time essential songs. i guess they liked what i wrote, and i think they'll be in touch over the weekend, and it will be a great opportunity to tout great ig music!
deb

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