lifeblood: listlogs: 2006-07b


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date:         sat, 8 jul 2006 00:02:23 edt
reply-to:     indigotraveller@aol.com
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thanks to greg and graham for your comments.  i haven't seen the show  (can
it still be viewed?), but i too am a huge bill maher fan.  it's a  shame they
didn't connect.  i'd think they share many of their views.

lauren
(who was sorry to miss seattle - couldn't get me a cheap plane ticket, but
i'm looking forward to my local show in boulder next  week.)

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2006 21:25:28 -0700
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subject:      re: little perennials (was: ig on fishbowl)
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i saw the show, heard the songs all chopped up thanks to my windows 98, and i don't know how to "upgrade" my "browzer," or whatever it's called....i know my best bet is probably to get a new computer, but no can do at this time. i tried to store it to my hardrive, but of course it didn't work....is there anyone who could offer a helping hand?

i thought bill maher was okay....i think what's happened is bill probably doesn't know much about them....he pretty much reacted around them the same way as charlie rose back in his 2004 ig interview on pbs...there just is so much to learn about ig, and there's so little time to learn it all, and he stuck with the current events in ga.

i know sometimes bill maher is a bit of a reactionary who spurts out sometimes just for the sake of yappin, it's nice that i didn't hear that here....(but i didn't listen to the whole thing either, just the ig portion.) when i watched politically incorrect each night, i learned to decipher when he was speaking from his heart, and when he's just mouthing off.i do disagree with him sometimes, but i do believe the man has a right to his own opinions.and i like him for getting the issues out at a time when no one else is.that said.....

peace, and good night all,
barb

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from: anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com>
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subject: little perennials (was: ig on fishbowl)
date:         fri, 7 jul 2006 00:36:17 -0700

having heard little perennials only as an acoustic duo thing (portland
& seattle), i think it works okay.  plus i still have that damn chorus
stuck in my head and i can get out only by humming the "hookers" line
from lay my head down.

anna

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2006 21:27:59 -0700
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fishbowl is available anytime after its debut date, including all
back episodes.

this means, not only can you catch ig at your leisure, but you can
also see dixie chicks and other great musical guests from past episodes.

enjoy!

-graham

on jul 7, 2006, at 9:02 pm, indigotraveller@aol.com wrote:

> thanks to greg and graham for your comments.  i haven't seen the
> show  (can
> it still be viewed?), but i too am a huge bill maher fan.  it's a
> shame they
> didn't connect.  i'd think they share many of their views.
>
> lauren
> (who was sorry to miss seattle - couldn't get me a cheap plane
> ticket, but
> i'm looking forward to my local show in boulder next  week.)
>
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date:         fri, 7 jul 2006 21:37:46 -0700
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i really hope for a band....i have been for years, but being in a place they come every year,and getting to go every year, when some of you would
thank your lucky stars to be able to drive 4 or five hours to see them....yes....i am truely blessed.and i'll take what i get.

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date:         fri, 7 jul 2006 23:24:57 -0700
reply-to:     diane wong <arle@hotmail.com>
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subject:      san diego, ca ig concert review 7 july 06
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okay, okay...

my concert evening began with a little drama.  i had had a friend buy my
ticket to tonight's concert because it was going on sale while i was mid-air
on my way to hawaii, on april fool's day.  she never got the ticket, and i
should have bugged her to call ticketmaster.

i get to the venue, they have the same confirmation number i do, but they
say the ticket was voided and the amount charged to the credit card was
credited back again.  i broke down into tears, called the friend who bought
the ticket; then in desperation called spike, like she would know anyone who
had a spare ticket.  sorry, girl.

but, just ten minutes later, someone asks if anyone wants to buy a ticket
and she was offering it to two girls, but since there was just the one
ticket, i asked tearfully if i could have it.  we then went over to the atm
to make the exchange.  phew!  she was an answer to prayer, that one.

tonight, i was able to catch the last two or three songs of michelle
malone's set.  i keep forgetting what a beautiful voice she has.  she
stirred the crowd with the hand clapping and rhythms on her guitar.

after quite a long break, amy and emily took the stage.  amy in her black
tee with sparkles on the sleeve, over a checked black and white pants, and
emily in her black ac/dc t-shirt and jeans.  they both looked great.

san diego, ca @ humphrey's 07 july 2006

closer to fine
devotion
hammer and a nail
ozilline
mystery
little perennials
run
jonas and ezekial
get out the map
reunion
power of two
three county highway
fill it up again
dairy queen
watershed
let it ring
pendulum swinger
shame on you
virginia woolf

encore:
lay my head down
moment of forgiveness
galileo

amy seemed quite chatty tonight.  she had struck the wrong chord toward the
end of reunion, and i gasped-laughed.  me, sitting in the back row on the
left.  the fans in the front must have also reacted, because amy backed up
after that, and then recovered, smiling.

"awww," she said something like, "we all make those once in a while"
after little perennials, amy says, "we record the songs for the new album,
but then we learn them again when we go on tour.  sometimes we think, now
what was supposed to happen now?  oh, yeah, that's that's emily's part..."

they said, "we're going to play that one..." when someone said a request,
and another song was for kathy.

i was happy they played ozilline tonight--i love singing the end about amy's
dog, and "what a blessed sky."

mystery is one of my top three indigo girls songs, and it was the second
time i had heard it in concert ever.  the other time, was at the franklin &
marshall campus in the gym in lancaster, pennsylvania, in 2000.  so, i was
in love for those four-or-so minutes while amy and emily performed.  it has
a pirate in the lyrics, maybe a subliminal disney promotion for their movie.
  yeah, right.

emily also goofed with a lyric, she asked the crowd during watershed,
"what's my next lyrics?"  and i half-yelled from the back "twisted guard
rails!"

it was like being a backseat driver all night.  but i loved being there,
because you could observe the crowd, and dance all you want because no one's
sitting sulking behind you if you do spread your wings like a butterfly.

let it ring was awesome!  amy got a standing ovation at the end.  i had not
remembered amy singing, "this little light of mine, i'm going to let it
shine" before.  the song is frantic, earnest, and pleads to your conscience.

virginia woolf is always my saved from suicide song.  the first words i ever
said to emily was, "your music saved my life."

and i had imagined hearing this concert from outside the venue, in my
eight-dollar parking space.

thanks so much carrie g.!

diane

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2006 22:57:42 -0400
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wow, diane what a beautiful post! the only song i've _never_ heard live is
virginia wolff and of course, its the one i'm most desperate to hear. i'm so
glad it saved your life!!!
reading your post, i remembered the concert @ franklin & marshall. jordan &
i were there also. we first met you the year before, i believe @ the mann in
philly. we met a beautiful 10 year old girl that night at the f&m concert
named annie.
i'll never forget her because she talked then 9 year old jordan into reading
the 1st harry potter book. up until that point he had refused to read it, in
fact resisted reading at all. but he listened to her and read the book. of
course he loved it, i loved it and the harry books became a passion for us.
and he loves to read now, all sorts of books!

it is amazing...... the power that the girls have in touching and altering
people's lives for the better! i'm so glad you got into the concert and
posted about it!
l.

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date:         sat, 8 jul 2006 21:40:26 -0700
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subject:      re: san diego, ca ig concert review 7 july 06
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i've seen virginia woolf live.  it's spine-tingling.  it's even
better with a band, where they can really play with the density of
sound and get the additional layers of vocal harmonies in.

*hint hint*

when will our girls tour with a band again?

getting back to the topic...  vw is a song which caught on with me
much later than my initial encounter with it.  i have a distinct
memory of going out on a solo road trip one day a few years ago and
deciding that i'd listen to rop straight through, something i hadn't
done in quite a while.  after getting through ghost (tangled
associations with that one) and love will come to you (i've been
single for far too long), i had just settled down when suddently,
wham!  this two-by-four of a song hit me between the eyes and left me
speechless.

hearing for the first time, really hearing it, i was transported to
times in my own life when some piece of literature had transformed
everything for me.  those moments of illumination came rushing at me
with such force, by the end of the song, i had to pull over and just
let the deep emotions pass.

i felt like a fool sitting in a parking lot weeping in my car, but
that's what the girls are great for -- sudden deep moments which
bring or renew our selves to continue onward.

-graham


on jul 8, 2006, at 7:57 pm, lynne @listserve wrote:

> wow, diane what a beautiful post! the only song i've _never_ heard
> live is virginia wolff and of course, its the one i'm most
> desperate to hear. i'm so glad it saved your life!!!

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thank you graham for _another_ really moving post. i'm so looking forward to
the new album, i think they just keep getting better and better. i wish they
were doing more shows here this summer on the east coast but i have no
business complaining! i know most people post concert reviews on the offical
bbs and vortex sites but i rarely get there. thank you again, diane for
posting about the last 2 concerts. i really enjoyed reading them.
l.

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2006 02:33:11 edt
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subject:      indigo girls at chautauqua in boulder 7/10/06
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it's always so surreal to have a local show.  i wake up in my own  bed.  i'm
here in my own life.  and yet, it's indigo show day!

i missed them on studio c this afternoon.  too busy trying to help  people
with tickets and attending to the rest of my life and work  commitments.  such a
strange combination.

took the kids to my mom.  yay, mom!

i had front row center tix already, so my love and i had the luxary of
dinner before the show.  time was tight between kid drop off and meeting  time at
the venue, so we hit a local happy hour for a drink (unusual for me) and  a
sandwich.

we hooked up with andy and spike before the show (along with a number of
local friends and a few other travelers).  it was hard to not be with them  on
the west coast, but i never found a cheap enough plane ticket, and i've also
got a wedding and a who tour on the horizon.

i had everyone primed to rush the stage right out of the chute.  the  reason
was two fold- 1) to have the energy of an up and dancing crowd and 2) to  help
out the hardcore fans who had bad tickets.

then a local person i knew (long time ig fan) had a photo pass.  she  wanted
to set up a tripod.  i should have regrouped the strategy right  then, but i
didn't think of that.  instead, i just made sure that she and  security and the
front row people and the outside rushers all knew to work  together.

the show started.  we all rushed the stage but sat down so as to not  be in
the way of the camera.  we stayed down for the first three  songs.  (that's
what a photo pass is usually good for.)  at the end of  the three songs, we tried
to stand up, but the rest of the house was  sitting.  it didn't work.
security came to clear people.  but we  worked it out with them that as long as
people were sitting and kept an aisle  clear, they'd leave everyone be.

it was all good.

about 1/2 way through, i informed the person in my seat that it was time to
trade.  she started getting a little pissy when my beloved, karen,  explained
that it was my seat she was sitting in.  little does she know  that i was the
entire reason she was even in the front.  anyway, we worked  it out, and
everyone had a great time.

the ditty bops opened.  i wouldn't got out of my way to see them, but  they
were likable.

it was a great setlist and they did tons of new material.  i really  liked
most of the new stuff.  michelle malone played a lot of the show with  them.
during the new material, the crowd was very quiet and seemed very  engaged.  i
think they were very pleased with the response.   apparently, emily was afraid
to be playing new stuff before album came out, but  amy pushed her a bit, and
e ende up quite happy about it.

i finally got watershed, one of my all-time faves.

i hear they did 10k wars (another one of my faves) at the seattle show i  was
supposed to be at.

anyway, the setlist with some misc commentary is below.

fill it up again -  off to a great start.

yield - four years later, it no longer makes me want to cry.  (only  who fans
will understand.)

power of two - lovely, as always.  time to call my sister who couldn't  be
there.

gone again -  w/ michelle malone  i wonder if barry was  there.  i thought i
saw his father.

it's alright - i look forward to its obselescense (sp?).

shame on you - w/ mm  great energy, as always.

watershed - certainly the evening's highlight for me.   brilliant.  just
brilliant.

little perenials - w/ mm  the first new one of the evening.   great promise.
looking forward to getting to know it.  well  received.

ghost - stunning, as always.  i can see my four year old loving them  when
she is a teenager.

ozillene - w/ mm  i know people love this song.  i don't  understand why.

pendulum swinger - another new one.  really liked it a lot.

(they had very little to say tonight.  amy did talk a bit here.   did a bit
of southern/little 5 points storytelling.  nothing that really  bears
repeating.)

dairy queen - i thought it was going to be become you.  i was  disaapointed.
i wish they didn't play this or oz so often.  karen  tells me that it's a
southern thang.

least complicated - i don't ever get tired of this one.  it's always  good
for me.  if only i could allow myself to learn those hard to learn  least
complicated life lessons.

at least i realized how badly i need to hook up my stereo(s) and listen to
way more music.

new amy solo song.  didn't get the title, but it was clearly a  true song
about amy's neighbor slipping away into meth.  very heavy.   very compelling.

run - new emily song.  liked this one, too.

go - it was so hard to stay sitting down for this one.  i'm glad this  one's
turned out to be a keeper.  it's not that it's either lyrically or  musically
brilliant, but there's something about the energy that really does it  for me.
sure could use a rocking band, though.

get out the map - w/ mm.  always a crowd pleaser.  never a fave  of mine.
but it has grown on me a bit over the years.

chickenman w/ bitterrroot - w/ mm.  i'd be happy to hear chickenman  one out
of every ten shows.

closer to fine w/ mm and the ditty bops.  finally, we stood up and  rushed
the stage.  finally, it was a concert, not a fucking tea  party.  :-)  good fun,
as always.

set break.

three county highway - another new one from amy.  didn't capture my  fancy as
much as several of the others, but i'll have an open mind in the  future.

then mm did a solo number.  i think it was preacher's daughter.   very well
received.  after which, emily commented that, "she fucking  rocks!"

galileo - always a disappointment that it's over, but always a real crowd
pleaser.  am i the only one who feels the need to sing jackson browne's  part at
the end every time?

many hugs were exchanged.  everyone i spoke to had a great show.   i'm glad
we were able to get spike in her "happy zone" for her final show of the  leg.

hope to see some of you next time around.  just fyi, a&e said  they'd be back
in the fall.

g'night,

lauren

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date:         tue, 11 jul 2006 00:53:03 -0700
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"it's always so surreal to have a local show.  i wake up in my own  bed.
i'm
here in my own life.  and yet, it's indigo show day!"

yes!  that's how i feel every time they play the bay area.  i'm so used to
long car rides/flights and hotel room beds.  nothing like a hometown ig
show...

thanks for all your help, lauren!  it was great to see you!

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subject:      birthday (july 3rd - 16th, 2006)
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howdy all!  i started slipping off the face of the earth between the holiday and moving...but i'm clawing my way back.  while i do that, send a shout out to your co-listers with birthdays this week (and last!):

july 4
malonecm@rosevc.rose-hulman.edu (chad maloney)

indigo1008@yahoo.com (stephanie)

july 5 (77)
don't take a picture/remember this in your heart
don't leave a message/talk to me face to face

july 6, ('56)
nicnelson@hotmail.com (nicola nelson)
"there's a river running under your feet,
under this house, under the street
straight from the heart, ancient and sweet
on its way back home.  even in the middle of
the sadness, the everyday madness, the ongoing game,
even when you can't find a reason, still there's a reason,
you don't need to name it...  (james taylor)

july 8 ('75)
abstein@force.stwing.upenn.edu (audrey beth stein)
"oh the fear i've known that i might reap the praise of strangers and
end up on my own....oh i knew back then it was a calling that said
if joy then pain the sound of the voice these years later is still the
same" --emily saliers
"i owe my life to the people that i love" --ani difranco

july 9 ('63)
pjbattle@earthlink.net (pj)
"look yourself in the eye before you drown..."

july 10
ssteffen@blue.weeg.uiowa.edu (suzi steffen)
"signals cross and love gets lost and time passed makes it plain..."

july 10
knave4@aol.com (shana)

july 12
toye77@sbcglobal.net  (toye)
"...when you hate me, i can still love you."
--amy ray

july 14
cbunten@ped-gen-po.ped-gen.uiowa.edu (carol bunten)
"there i am in younger days, star gazing
painting picture perfect maps
of how my life and love would be"

happy trails all!

love and devotion,
audra
bge

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found this link of the album at amazon with album title and new photo (says
it's not the cover though...)

_http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/b000gg4soc/ref=ent_fb_list_asin_b000gg4soc/1
03-2192978-1859009?redirect=true_
(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/b000gg4soc/ref=ent_fb_list_asin_b000gg4soc/103-2192978-1859009?redirect=true)

anyway, just thought i would share it with y'all (sorry if it's already  been
sent).

and while i'm on the subject, how does everyone think this album will be? i
haven't heard any of the material. are you excited? hesitant? nervous?
extatic?

i haven't heard any of the new material, so i guess i'm just wondering if
those who have could shed some light as to what direction the girls are going
in. is it going to be the "alt-country" album amy talked about? or just another
formula-driven ig album?

any thoughs would be lovely.

thanks!

ryan


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date:         wed, 12 jul 2006 08:00:02 -0700
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do we know all the songs on the album yet?  and has anyone put together a disc of boots from concerts corresponding to the new album? if yes, how can i get my hot li'l hands on it?  we're sitting down here in neglected texas, hungering for tidbits thrown to us by our sistren and brethren in luckier, blessed-by-the-indigos parts of the nation!

  pam in big d

ryan simantel <rtsimantel@aol.com> wrote:
  found this link of the album at amazon with album title and new photo (says
it's not the cover though...)

_http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/b000gg4soc/ref=ent_fb_list_asin_b000gg4soc/1
03-2192978-1859009?redirect=true_
(http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/b000gg4soc/ref=ent_fb_list_asin_b000gg4soc/103-2192978-1859009?redirect=true)

anyway, just thought i would share it with y'all (sorry if it's already been
sent).

and while i'm on the subject, how does everyone think this album will be? i
haven't heard any of the material. are you excited? hesitant? nervous?
extatic?

i haven't heard any of the new material, so i guess i'm just wondering if
those who have could shed some light as to what direction the girls are going
in. is it going to be the "alt-country" album amy talked about? or just another
formula-driven ig album?

any thoughs would be lovely.

thanks!

ryan


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not yet, but "we" have heard quite a few already on this summer tour:

little perennials
lay my head down
run
three county highway
last tears
pendulum swinger
dead ends and dirt roads

i know boots exist with all but the last two on them
(http://www.worldfalls.com/newsongs/newsongs.htm).  i think there are
six more songs for the album.  not played at shows (yet) but featured
in amy's videos from the recording sessions:

i believe in love (spike's favorite - ha!)
fly away
money made you mean
rock and roll heaven's gate

so, there are two more as yet unknown songs for the album.  based on
what i've heard so far, i'm more excited about this album than the
last few they've done.  i think the new label situation has energized
their songwriting.  lay my head down is my current favorite, but
little perennials has a habit of getting stuck in my head ("oh we
oh").

anna


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> do we know all the songs on the album yet?  and has anyone put together a disc of boots from concerts corresponding to the new album? if yes, how can i get my hot li'l hands on it?

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i hope it's better than all that we let in :p

what exactly is a "formula-driven" ig album?
lisa

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[and while i'm on the subject, how does everyone think this album will
be? i
haven't heard any of the material. are you excited? hesitant? nervous?
extatic?

i haven't heard any of the new material, so i guess i'm just wondering
if
those who have could shed some light as to what direction the girls are
going
in. is it going to be the "alt-country" album amy talked about? or just
another
formula-driven ig album? ]


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what i mean by a "formula-driven" ig album was an album which just uses the same formula they always use. ya know... soul-searching, politically-charged lyrics meshed with guitars and harmonies. not that that's a bad thing... but i guess i was just wondering how this album will be different. maybe it won't?

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i hope it's better than all that we let in :p

what exactly is a "formula-driven" ig album?
lisa

-----------
[and while i'm on the subject, how does everyone think this album will be? i
haven't heard any of the material. are you excited? hesitant? nervous?
extatic?

i haven't heard any of the new material, so i guess i'm just wondering if
those who have could shed some light as to what direction the girls are going
in. is it going to be the "alt-country" album amy talked about? or just another
formula-driven ig album? ]

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ig were on mpr for a full hour this morning? yes, it's true! they were actually on kerry miller....that's the longest ig interview ever.

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anyone can listen.  it's on mpr.org now. :)

on 7/13/06, barb bordner <ritesofpassage04@netscape.com> wrote:
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> ig were on mpr for a full hour this morning? yes, it's true! they were
> actually on kerry miller....that's the longest ig interview ever.
>
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i went to the first show ig did at the mn zoo last night....i didn't have the money or the transportation to attend both...which may be a good thing being it must have been in the upper 90's! with the humidity way up there too. it's pure old-fashioned georgia weather...it's so uncomfortable for us...us minnesotans were sitting there in shorts and tanktops,vigorously fanning ourselves the whole time, and there the girls were in their jeans and t-shirts and they're rockin' away.

amy said that she liked the fact that we showed up at all, we've showed up when it's 10 above, and when it's this hot..."you're tough minnesotans. i'm impressed!" i thought, "what the?" and i laughed....i recalled the last time ig said that when it was ten above for the high...they said  we're tough, and a man added, "or we're stupid!" the whole croud erupted in laughter.

anyway, i feel for emily with all the flak that she's been getting while trying to speak at church conventions on spirituality, with her dad, so i
wrote her and amy some cards, and danielle howle was good enough to agree to give them to amy and emily for me since i couldn't stay to try to meet them. and the amphitheatre was just gorgeous....so colorful, what with the lake in back.

i wasn't able to get a setlist. so  since this rundown of songs is from memory,  feel free to chime in if you have one...

1.devotion
2.fill it up again
3.dairy queen
4.three hits
5.shame on you
6.yield
7.she's saving me
8.get out the map
9.power of two
10.closer to fine
11.land of canaan
12.galileo (encore? i think? anyone?)
13.let it ring (amy with danielle howle.)
14.new amy song (anyone know the title? there were many "oh we oh's" in the chorus." )
15.chickenman/bitterroot/chickenman
16.amy solo (don't know that title either but she got a standing ovation, that really says something because the croud stayed seated most of the time.)
17. moment of forgiveness (i got there an hour and a half early, and they were doing the sound check, and it just sounded devine.)
18. become you (i think they may have started with this one but i don't remember for sure.)
19. pendulum swing (i identifye with that one. this morning emily said that the song is about how we need to go back to the spirit of love in order to solve our problems, and it expresses her anger at the church.)
20. closer to fine ( they didn't close with this. and danielle sang on the third verse.)

danielle howle brought the house down with her passion, and her bluesyness.

barb


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> 14.new amy song (anyone know the title? there were many "oh we oh's" in the chorus." )

"little perennials"

> 16.amy solo (don't know that title either but she got a standing ovation, that really says something because the croud stayed seated most of the time.)

probably "let it ring" - it's on her solo record, prom.  was she
playing the mandolin?

> 19. pendulum swing (i identifye with that one. this morning emily said that the song is about how we need to go back to the spirit of love in order to solve our problems, and it expresses her anger at the church.)

"pendulum swinger" - lyrics available here:
http://indigogirls.com/correspondence/2006/2006-05-06-a.html

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or the amy solo could have been "dead ends and dirt roads."  did she have a
harmonica?

on 7/13/06, anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > 14.new amy song (anyone know the title? there were many "oh we oh's" in
> the chorus." )
>
> "little perennials"
>
> > 16.amy solo (don't know that title either but she got a standing
> ovation, that really says something because the croud stayed seated most of
> the time.)
>
> probably "let it ring" - it's on her solo record, prom.  was she
> playing the mandolin?
>
> > 19. pendulum swing (i identifye with that one. this morning emily said
> that the song is about how we need to go back to the spirit of love in order
> to solve our problems, and it expresses her anger at the church.)
>
> "pendulum swinger" - lyrics available here:
> http://indigogirls.com/correspondence/2006/2006-05-06-a.html
>
> anna
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> or the amy solo could have been "dead ends and dirt roads."  did she have
a
> harmonica?

yes... i believe it was dead ends and dirt roads... amy was playing the
harmonica. i, too, only made it to the wed night show. galileo was in the
encore.

my favorite moment was when they announced they'd be playing some new stuff
and the crowd applauded. emily said, "that's the spirit!". amy mentioned
they don't usually get that response. they seemed really touched that the
new songs received standing ovations. the new stuff was really pleasing, and
the view from the outdoor zoo venue was awesome - despite tight seating and
the heat. too bad they can't play there during the minnesota winter.

- connie

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hey y'all,

i am in need of 1 ticket to either the mon or tues (or both) mohegan sun
shows.

if you or someone you know is looking to sell one please email me.

thanks.

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yeah, that's it...dead ends and dirt roads.

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date: thu, 13 jul 2006 22:42:59 -0700

or the amy solo could have been "dead ends and dirt roads."  did she have a
harmonica?

on 7/13/06, anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > 14.new amy song (anyone know the title? there were many "oh we oh's" in
> the chorus." )
>
> "little perennials"
>
> > 16.amy solo (don't know that title either but she got a standing
> ovation, that really says something because the croud stayed seated most of
> the time.)
>
> probably "let it ring" - it's on her solo record, prom.  was she
> playing the mandolin?
>
> > 19. pendulum swing (i identifye with that one. this morning emily said
> that the song is about how we need to go back to the spirit of love in order
> to solve our problems, and it expresses her anger at the church.)
>
> "pendulum swinger" - lyrics available here:
> http://indigogirls.com/correspondence/2006/2006-05-06-a.html
>
> anna
>
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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)

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