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date:         sat, 14 oct 2006 23:50:27 -0700
reply-to:     anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com>
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subject:      falsetto
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for what it's worth, i don't think emily ever sings falsetto.  what she does
do is occasionally sing in her head voice instead of her chest voice in
order to hit the higher notes.  her range seems to be similar to my own, and
i have no trouble hitting those notes.  she never sings so high that she
would need to use falsetto.  in any case, it is a technique more frequently
used by male singers to sing in the alto or soprano range.

i'm writing this because i've seen several references on this list to emily
singing falsetto, and i wanted to clear up some confusion about the term.

anna

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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 17:29:21 -0700
reply-to:     ritesofpassage04@netscape.com
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from:         barb bordner <ritesofpassage04@netscape.com>
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i'm not doubting that little perrenials is a single....i'm asking of all the wonderful songs on dod did they choose to put that song on a single, would it have been much better had they put rock 'n' roll heavens gate(just for example, there are plenty of other songs i could name.)and decided to push that?

all the above aside, i'm not too stuck on the view myself, and i think barbara walters must be very petty if she can throw a big temper tantrum on national tv just because star bothered to say "good bye," to her fans...she had every right to do that whether she was forbidden or not. and i'm not a star jones fan, but i do think she was treated very badly.and barbara owes her an appology.i love rosie..don't get me wrong, but i don't watch the view accept when ig are on.

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from: spike <indigokare@gmail.com>
to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
subject: re: ig on the view
date:         sat, 14 oct 2006 09:58:26 -0700

dude... "little perennials" is the single.  of course they're going to play
that one.  it's all about promotion.  as much as i'd love to hear "they
won't have me" or "dirt and dead ends" (my two faves from dod), it's not
gonna happen on a tv apperance where they can only play one song.

i wasn't too unhappy with the fashion choices.  my biggest complaint was
carnie (sp?) not doing her homework ("one album every year") and the editing
during "little perennials."  that was god-awful.

i really can't stand the view in general.  though, i was happy to see ig get
some tv time.  it seems like tbe view is the only show that consistently
gives it to them.

on 10/14/06, barb bordner <ritesofpassage04@netscape.com> wrote:
>
> yeah i was really dissappointed that they didn't have the band and that
> they chose little perrenials....but i guess we can expect to hear those
> songs repeatedly on tv since it looks like that's what ig are pushing this
> time...little perrenials and pendulum swinger....oh well.and appearing as
> just a duo isn't doing a whole lot to change their image as "folk singers"
> (which i have a problem with because it doesn't do them justice, not as many
> people go to the folk bins in the music shopps. they do do some accoustic
> stuff, but i believe there is a difference between accoustic music, and
> folk. and the girls are definitely more rock oriented inmho.)
>
> barb
>
> --- gflamer@hotmail.com wrote:
>
> from: greg flamer <gflamer@hotmail.com>
> to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
> subject: re: ig on the view
> date:         sat, 14 oct 2006 00:07:32 +0000
>
> >did anyone watch our girls on the view this morning? i wasn't there this
> >morning but i taped it and >watched that. i was wonderring what everyone
> >thought of them not having their band on as well.
>
> gotta love tivo.  just watched ig's performance on the view (after quickly
> fast forwarding through the first 50 minutes of the show).  i love when
> they
> are on the view because they get interviewed, even if only for a minute.
> guest host, carnie wilson and rosie o'donnell did the interview.  both
> gushed about being big fans and carnie complimented how great their
> harmonies are to which amy replied it was a big compliment coming from her
> (didn't realize amy was a wilson phillips fan but i digress).  the
> interview
> revealed nothing anyone on this list didn't already know--friends since
> age
> 10, stay close by staying apart when not touring etc etc.  girls sang
> little
> perrenials without the band.  i am a much bigger fan of this song's studio
> version so do wish the band was present.  they sounded good otherwise.  i
> seem to recall joking from their last the view performance about how the
> producers kept editing images of amy's face into odd ball places.  last
> time, they kept putting amy's face into the round section of the drums and
> it looked so bizarre.  this time it was the same random editing with amy
> singing from a fake picture frame.  the editing booth must get bored as
> how
> much can you really do with joy behar.  :)
>
> a final comment which may get me flamed.  i realize part of ig's charm to
> their fan base is being themselves and out of social norms.  and they are
> rock stars after all.   but, can they try to dress up just a little for tv
> appearances?  i mean emily wore a tight, wrinkled t-shirt that looked like
> she just rolled out of bed.  is there any occasion that a rock star should
> dress up for?  i mean what would they wear to a wedding?  i'm not
> suggesting
> they thrown on an evening gown but ellen looks a lot better dressed on tv.
> just hate it when they look so frumpy--maybe it's the gay male within that
> is critiquing.  flame away :)   greg
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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 20:19:47 -0700
reply-to:     spike <indigokare@gmail.com>
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bonnie and i have two extra tickets for tomorrow's boston show:

$51.15 each (including tm fees):

1 ticket in the 2nd row (row ee) on emily's side/center about 4 seats in
from the aisle.

1 ticket in the 8th row (row ll) on emily's side/center section (seat 122 we
think)

email me asap (indigokare at gmail dot com). you'll have to meet us at the
orpheum by 715pm and give us cash.


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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 the oil slick of uncertainty and warning signs back there we didn't
use
at least we laugh about it now how we escaped alive
as remarkable the mess we made and what we can survive..."
~~ emily saliers (indigo girls)

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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 20:31:19 -0700
reply-to:     torrie bryant <broadway_babe_42@yahoo.com>
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hey all, i know this is a little last minitue, but i
was wondering what time the boston show will end.....i
gotta see if i can make the 10:40 train.
thanks for any info.....
torrie

let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me.
"deaf people can do anything except hear!" dr. i.king jordan

"i'd found myself becoming more immobile, when i'd think a little girl in the world can't do anything. a distant nation my community, a street person my responsbilty. if i have a care in the world, i have a gift to bring"-"hammer & a nail" indigo girls


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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 20:35:21 -0700
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730-815p - roman candle
815-845p - indigo girls
845p - 1040pmish - ig

they've been playing for nearly 2 hours every night.  i'd say if you're
willing to miss the encore, then yes.  but if it were me, no way.

on 10/15/06, torrie bryant <broadway_babe_42@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> hey all, i know this is a little last minitue, but i
> was wondering what time the boston show will end.....i
> gotta see if i can make the 10:40 train.
> thanks for any info.....
> torrie
>
> let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me.
> "deaf people can do anything except hear!" dr. i.king jordan
>
> "i'd found myself becoming more immobile, when i'd think a little girl in
> the world can't do anything. a distant nation my community, a street person
> my responsbilty. if i have a care in the world, i have a gift to
> bring"-"hammer & a nail" indigo girls
>
>
> waste some time looking at my webpage!:
> http://www.angelfire.com/grrl/deafgrrl/indextwo.html
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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 the oil slick of uncertainty and warning signs back there we didn't
use
at least we laugh about it now how we escaped alive
as remarkable the mess we made and what we can survive..."
~~ emily saliers (indigo girls)

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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 20:35:53 -0700
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oops... i meant 815-845pm - stage setup... ;)

on 10/15/06, spike <indigokare@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> 730-815p - roman candle
> 815-845p - indigo girls
> 845p - 1040pmish - ig
>
> they've been playing for nearly 2 hours every night.  i'd say if you're
> willing to miss the encore, then yes.  but if it were me, no way.
>
> on 10/15/06, torrie bryant <broadway_babe_42@yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > hey all, i know this is a little last minitue, but i
> > was wondering what time the boston show will end.....i
> > gotta see if i can make the 10:40 train.
> > thanks for any info.....
> > torrie
> >
> > let there be peace on earth, and let it begin with me.
> > "deaf people can do anything except hear!" dr. i.king jordan
> >
> > "i'd found myself becoming more immobile, when i'd think a little girl
> > in the world can't do anything. a distant nation my community, a street
> > person my responsbilty. if i have a care in the world, i have a gift to
> > bring"-"hammer & a nail" indigo girls
> >
> >
> > waste some time looking at my webpage!:
> > http://www.angelfire.com/grrl/deafgrrl/indextwo.html
> >
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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)
>
> "there's the oil slick of uncertainty and warning signs back there we
> didn't use
> at least we laugh about it now how we escaped alive
> as remarkable the mess we made and what we can survive..."
> ~~ emily saliers (indigo girls)
>
> http://www.daemonrecords.com
> http://www.indigogirls.com
> ***


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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 the oil slick of uncertainty and warning signs back there we didn't
use
at least we laugh about it now how we escaped alive
as remarkable the mess we made and what we can survive..."
~~ emily saliers (indigo girls)

http://www.daemonrecords.com
http://www.indigogirls.com
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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 21:29:59 -0400
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at 11:31 pm 10/15/2006, torrie bryant wrote:
>hey all, i know this is a little last minitue, but i
>was wondering what time the boston show will end.....i
>gotta see if i can make the 10:40 train.


which train? cuz, if you need to say, hit the t, it's open till late....

amtrak - you ain't getting from the orpheum to south station in under
20 min. those stairs at south staion kill the time.

i'm not going (concert calls appreciated, but i am getting bootlegs
wed.) but i know folks are going from every direction - i'm sure
there are reliable folks who could swing you to whereever.

and torrie - i adore your i king jordan quote - i should tell you the
story of when he sat next to me - on my left - judy heumann on my
right.  it was ummm...awestuckincredible. and it was wierd, because
it was just a regular event - and i have 2 pioneers of disability
rights sitting on each side...

deaf president now still rings true 18 yrs later...

(ok stepping off the disability rights soapbox/ education tangent now...)

mike r.

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date:         sun, 15 oct 2006 22:49:43 -0700
reply-to:     anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com>
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i tried replying directly to barb, but her mail server rejected my message.
so, i'm posting it here. apologies to anyone this may annoy.

anna

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from: anna creech <eclecticlibrarian@gmail.com>
date: oct 15, 2006 10:57 am
subject: re: falsetto
to: "ritesofpassage04@netscape.com" <ritesofpassage04@netscape.com>

the head voice <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/head_register> is similar to
falsetto, but usually sounds 'tighter' and less airy than falsetto. it is
sometimes heard when a woman shouts or is highly excited, and is used less
commonly by men unless they are deliberately accessing the range. to the
untrained ear it can be difficult to distinguish between someone singing in
falsetto or head voice.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/human_voice#speech.2fchest_voice.2fnormal_voice


falsetto <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/falsetto> begins in the same range as
the average untrained head voice, but the falsetto register typically goes
higher (as far as c6 in some men). the physiological difference between
headvoice and falsetto is the amount of vocal chords that vibrate. the
physiology <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/physiology> of someone singing in
falsetto, is that only the thin edges seem to be used during; the internal
mass of the vocal muscles seem to be motionless. in time, this falsetto,
typically pale and fragile strengthens itself.
[2]<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/human_voice#_note-0>

it is a quite distinct range from the head voice, and generally when singers
describe their range they exclude the falsetto voice. a
classical<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/european_classical_music>male
singer who routinely sings using the falsetto is called a
countertenor <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/countertenor>.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/human_voice#falsetto

on 10/15/06, ritesofpassage04@netscape.com <ritesofpassage04@netscape.com >
wrote:
>
> isn't that what falsetto is....singing in your head not your chest? that's
> what my voice teacher was always aiming for me to do...sing in my head, and
> from the diaphragm, not the throat.....for what it's worth i don't think any
> pop musician sings in falsetto, including emily...it's just not the style in
> pop.
>
> barb

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date:         mon, 16 oct 2006 13:27:55 -0700
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this was on another list i'm on:

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hi ron,

interesting how we can all love ig and have such different tastes.   i'd pick
both go and moment over ozilline.

lauren
(who's stoked to be seeing them in sf the day after who2.)

. always  love hearing "ozilline", "wood song".  "three hits" was nice, but
not  for both nights.  could have done without "moment of forgiveness"  and
"go" doesn't really do much for me.  trina meade was great as the  third
voice on "kid fears" and is a perfect fit for the gospel-tinged  "tether";
her voice is so strong it nearly overpowers amy and emily  together.


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date:         tue, 17 oct 2006 19:14:29 +1000
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hi folks,

you can read this online at:
http://www.masslive.com/hampfrank/republican/index.ssf?/base/news-6/11609853=
5218
5220.xml&coll=3d1

cheers,
sherlyn

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indigo girls set rocks full calvin
monday, october 16, 2006
by george lenker
music writer

after 20 years in the music biz, the true colors of the indigo girls haven't=

faded one bit.

the folk-rock duo of amy ray and emily saliers, supported by a crackerjack
three-piece backing band, rocked a packed house at the calvin theatre in
northampton saturday night. the set, which lasted nearly two hours, relied
heavily on music from the group's recent cd, "despite our differences."

ray and saliers took the stage to a standing ovation before a note even had=
been
played. they then kicked off the night with two songs from the new record,
"little perennials" and "pendulum swinger." the latter tune got the crowd on=
its
feet again, cheering to some of the politically-charged lyrics.

the band then mined its extensive back catalogue for the next two tunes,
"heartache for everyone" and "get out the map" before returning to two new
songs, "three county highway" and the wonderful saliers tune "run" - one of=
the
many highlights of the night. this pattern set the tone for the first half=
of
the set, which featured large chunks of new material peppered with some=
older
songs.

although ray and saliers are known widely for their earnest and poignant
songwriting, what sometimes gets lost in the shuffle is how accomplished=
they
are as players. ray handles both guitar and mandolin with ease and saliers=
is
even better on both and adds banjo to the mix. these talents were on display=
in
numbers such as "ozilline" where saliers showcased her enviable picking
abilities.

the "girls" also proved their musical mettle during a brief interlude where=
the
backing band left the stage, leaving the duo to fend for themselves. songs=
such
as ray's "dairy queen" lost nothing without the full band behind them. this=
is
not surprising, as the indigo girls have played plenty of gigs as a duo.

speaking of the backing band, however, it must be noted that all three=
musicians
- drummer matt chamberlain, bassist clare kenny and keyboardist carol isaacs=
-
were superb adding nuances and gorgeous harmonies behind saliers' and ray's=

already strong vocals.

the second half of the showed plumbed the depths of duo's discography,=
featuring
rockers such as "trouble" and the sublime, r&b-flavored "moment of=
forgiveness."
the band's first hit, "closer to fine," got everyone singing along, of=
course,
but the musical highlight of the second half had to be saliers' soaring=
vocal on
the new song "last tears." then again, ray's solo workout of "let it ring"=
was
just as compelling.

after ending the regular set with "shame on you" the band returned for a
three-song encore that closed with the latin rhythm of "galileo."

=a92006 the republican
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hi,

i won't post it, since i already posted a different review of the same show,=
but
there's a review of the calvin show in the hartford courant:
http://www.courant.com/features/lifestyle/hc-indigorev1016.artoct16,0,148232=
8.st
ory?coll=3dhc-headlines-life

also, there's a guitar on ebay which is signed by a&e, melissa etheridge,=
the
dixie chicks and a heap of other people.  it's a benefit for americans for=
the
arts.  currently at $1225 - you can see it at:
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/ebayisapi.dll?viewitem&item=3d320033485173

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so i'm sure this has been covered before and i never think to ask it....

during the chorus, emily says two lines after amy's "oh ozilline, i
feel for you"...  the second of which is "if i could call her mine".

what is the first?

laura

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another question...in the bridge of the song all the way, amy sings in the back ground "i know what i should do....but i don't want to do it..." and then she says " i would not pay..?!?!!??!??....?!?!?!"

  any body got this one?


"there's an emptiness inside her, and she'll do anything to fill it in
and though it's red blood bleeding from her now, it's more like cold blue ice in her heart
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oh, ozilline, i feel for you
(pleasure's what they double)
oh, ozilline, i feel for you
(if i could call you mine)

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what is the first?

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>>during the chorus, emily says two lines after amy's "oh ozilline, i
feel for you"...  the second of which is "if i could call her mine".<<

'my pleasures would be doubled
if i could call you mine'

the lines were suggested by the late (and legendary) rick danko.

neil

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i don't know the answer to laura's question. i forget what emily sings there
in the chorus. but since we're talking about ozilline (to the extent that
we're talking about anything) i thought i'd pipe in since i started that
last go-round about not caring for power of two...i so thought i was the
only one. it was interesting to learn i wasn't alone on that.

this time, though, i must disagree with the haters.  i *love* ozilline. i
did not love learning how to spell it. now, why do i love it? could be
because i had a grandmother pass away not too long before first hearing the
song...or because my other grandmother whom i also dearly love is named
ovilina, i've always thought that was about as close as you're going to get
to ozilline... and *that* grandma is now sick, and if i may speak frankly is
not long for this world, and i just really love that song. i love the way it
starts, the sneaking-up-on-you of the picking and strumming.  i love the
ending....i sing that to myself sometimes when i see a beautiful sunset or
when i'm just walking around feeling the world fall on me, you know.

and on friday night at radio city, i brought a newbie friend...she's a lover
of lesbians with guitars but familiar with only closer to fine and a little
bit of the girls...so i was leaned over, totally in the middle of explaining
to her something about the new album in between songs, and all of a sudden i
heard ozilline starting and in one fluid motion i leapt up out of my seat
and my heart (and voice) cried out in joy. i forgot everything i was saying
to my friend and i was transfixed. i thought of my late grandmother, and my
ailing grandmother ovilina, and about the blessed sky. i had a moment. i
always have a moment.  i freaking love the songs from come on now social,
now that it's not 1999 anymore. but that's another post. we already had that
discussion.

i had really been hoping for "mona lisas..." alas... someday...

~linda~

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> from: carla bunner <ndgogrls@yahoo.com>
>
> another question...in the bridge of the song all the way, amy sings in
the back ground "i know what i should do....but i don't want to do it..."
and then she says " i would not pay..?!?!!??!??....?!?!?!"
.
here's what i've got:
.
"i know what i should do,
but i don't wanna do it.
i would like a way out,
but i can't get to it."
.
-- ron

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ozilline didn't start out as a favorite of mine, but it has become one.

as i grow older (i'm approaching 40) i'm becoming more keenly aware
of mortality and its implications.  there is so much in this song
about that...

but for me, specifically, the lines about putting the dog down and
watching "that sweet old life become a bag of bones" has moved me to
tears consistently ever since i had a little rescue kitty.  sweet
thing came into my life at just a few days old, and i bottle-fed and
played mama cat for him for about two months.  he was such a tiny
person, great big heart, wonderful personality...

until the day when i was rushing around the house getting together
what i needed for work, and with one of my steps, my boot didn't
touch the floor.  suddenly i was holding a horrible bloody kitty with
a crushed skull.

on the way to the vet's office, just a few blocks away, i felt him go
limp in my lap.

jeez.  i'm tearing up just writing this.

needless to say, there's a lot in ozilline which rings true to me
anymore.

-graham

on oct 17, 2006, at 11:00 am, linda napikoski wrote:

> i don't know the answer to laura's question. i forget what emily
> sings there
> in the chorus. but since we're talking about ozilline (to the
> extent that
> we're talking about anything) i thought i'd pipe in since i started
> that
> last go-round about not caring for power of two...i so thought i
> was the
> only one. it was interesting to learn i wasn't alone on that.
>
> this time, though, i must disagree with the haters.  i *love*
> ozilline. i
> did not love learning how to spell it. now, why do i love it? could be
> because i had a grandmother pass away not too long before first
> hearing the
> song...or because my other grandmother whom i also dearly love is
> named
> ovilina, i've always thought that was about as close as you're
> going to get
> to ozilline... and *that* grandma is now sick, and if i may speak
> frankly is
> not long for this world, and i just really love that song. i love
> the way it
> starts, the sneaking-up-on-you of the picking and strumming.  i
> love the
> ending....i sing that to myself sometimes when i see a beautiful
> sunset or
> when i'm just walking around feeling the world fall on me, you know.
>
> and on friday night at radio city, i brought a newbie
> friend...she's a lover
> of lesbians with guitars but familiar with only closer to fine and
> a little
> bit of the girls...so i was leaned over, totally in the middle of
> explaining
> to her something about the new album in between songs, and all of a
> sudden i
> heard ozilline starting and in one fluid motion i leapt up out of
> my seat
> and my heart (and voice) cried out in joy. i forgot everything i
> was saying
> to my friend and i was transfixed. i thought of my late
> grandmother, and my
> ailing grandmother ovilina, and about the blessed sky. i had a
> moment. i
> always have a moment.  i freaking love the songs from come on now
> social,
> now that it's not 1999 anymore. but that's another post. we already
> had that
> discussion.
>
> i had really been hoping for "mona lisas..." alas... someday...
>
> ~linda~
>
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> shoulder your duds, and i will mine, and let us hasten forth,
> wonderful cities and free nations we shall fetch as we go."
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at 06:54 pm 10/17/2006, you wrote:
>but for me, specifically, the lines about putting the dog down and
>watching "that sweet old life become a bag of bones" has moved me to
>tears consistently ever since i had a little rescue kitty.


that's the line that got me too...

i first heard "ozilline" after having to put my beloved dog down
after a long illness in which "that sweet old life became a bag of
bones." the first time i heard the song, i couldn't stop bawling. i
still cry every time i hear it...

cris waller
criswaller@cox.net

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yeah, i don't understand it either....what's not to like about ozilline? i love the beat, hearing ozilline talk alittle bit about amy's grandpa....amy's grandpa (? is it?) it's a fun song to sing  at shows. i love how she builds it we get into "ozilline, the moon is ripe and full." etcetera.

barb

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date:         tue, 17 oct 2006 14:00:42 -0400

i don't know the answer to laura's question. i forget what emily sings there
in the chorus. but since we're talking about ozilline (to the extent that
we're talking about anything) i thought i'd pipe in since i started that
last go-round about not caring for power of two...i so thought i was the
only one. it was interesting to learn i wasn't alone on that.

this time, though, i must disagree with the haters.  i *love* ozilline. i
did not love learning how to spell it. now, why do i love it? could be
because i had a grandmother pass away not too long before first hearing the
song...or because my other grandmother whom i also dearly love is named
ovilina, i've always thought that was about as close as you're going to get
to ozilline... and *that* grandma is now sick, and if i may speak frankly is
not long for this world, and i just really love that song. i love the way it
starts, the sneaking-up-on-you of the picking and strumming.  i love the
ending....i sing that to myself sometimes when i see a beautiful sunset or
when i'm just walking around feeling the world fall on me, you know.

and on friday night at radio city, i brought a newbie friend...she's a lover
of lesbians with guitars but familiar with only closer to fine and a little
bit of the girls...so i was leaned over, totally in the middle of explaining
to her something about the new album in between songs, and all of a sudden i
heard ozilline starting and in one fluid motion i leapt up out of my seat
and my heart (and voice) cried out in joy. i forgot everything i was saying
to my friend and i was transfixed. i thought of my late grandmother, and my
ailing grandmother ovilina, and about the blessed sky. i had a moment. i
always have a moment.  i freaking love the songs from come on now social,
now that it's not 1999 anymore. but that's another post. we already had that
discussion.

i had really been hoping for "mona lisas..." alas... someday...

~linda~

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hi folks,

here's a nice review of the boston orpheum show, from the boston herald. =
you
can read it online at:
http://theedge.bostonherald.com/musicnews/view.bg?articleid=3d162819

cheers,
sherlyn

---begin forwarded message---
indigo girls' 'differences' worth embracing
by christopher john treacy
wednesday, october 18, 2006

in the singer/songwriter realm, the difference in aesthetics between=
acoustic
and electrified performances can be rather startling. just think about all=
the
fuss that followed dylan's historic electric debut at newport.

though audiences may share a common love for a particular artist, they will=

forever remain divided about whether plugged or unplugged is the more=
flattering
and satisfying concert experience. that said, there's no doubt an entire=
chunk
of orpheum patrons at the spottily attended indigo girls show monday night=
were
annoyed they didn't get much of a folkie fix. but playing their first=
downtown
show in years with the same band that graces their new mitchell=
froom-produced
cd, "despite our differences," the indigos showcased a musical backbone many=

likely had forgotten ever existed.

amy ray and emily saliers opened a generous 26-song set with three of their=
new
cd's better offerings: the rousing "rock and roll heaven's gate," which=
sounded
just fine without pink's guest vocal, followed by "pendulum swingers" and
"little perennials."

then they reached back to one of saliers' more endearing love songs, "power=
of
two." drummer matt chamberlain, a staple in tori amos' band, served up=
subtle
rhythmic twists with a brushed snare and bongo combination that fleshed out=
the
usual guitar-only live arrangement brilliantly, and the audience responded=
by
belting out every word.

it's worth noting that the best of the georgia duo's 12 studio releases have=

been characterized by internationally flavored drumming techniques, provided=
in
the past by budgie (founding banshee and husband of goth icon siouxsie=
sioux)
and more recently by brady blade. chamberlain imitated it all with ease.

keyboardist carol isaacs provided tin whistle accompaniment on "least
complicated," played accordion during the american-indian-feeling "three=
hits"
and again during ray's "shame on you."

out in front, ray, clad in her now-trademark punky scotch plaid trousers,=
and
saliers, in black jeans and t-shirt, alternated between six- and 12-string
guitars, mandolin and electric banjo, seasoning "get out the map," "yield,"=

"ozilline" and "trouble" - the latter two from 1999's overlooked "come on=
now
social" - with layers of forcefully strummed texture.

typical of the duo dynamic, indigo girls are more than the mere sum of their=

parts; it's the tension between two very different songwriters and their
immediately identifiable vocal coiling that brands their sound. curiously,=
while
it's saliers' comforting, angelic singing style that's the more immediately=

inviting of the two, ray's dark, brooding rock 'n' roll is clearly what=
holds up
the fort these days. sure, sailers' tunes are built on consistently pretty
melodies that give the girls' shows a dependable summertime, campfire=
appeal.
but ray's more compelling tales of strife and romantic indifference have=
been
stronger for several releases running.

it's not surprising then that her devastating solo performance of "dirt and=
dead
ends," written about the demise of a meth-addicted friend and neighbor, was=

absolutely jaw-dropping and the emotional high point of the show.

north carolina's roman candle opened with a solid set of clang 'n' twang
southern rock that, in its finest moment, harkened to early crazy horse. too=
bad
most of the crowd was too busy tooling around the lobby to come in and hear=

them.

indigo girls, with roman candle. at the orpheum, monday night.

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i agree that the show had an electric energy to it, and tether was definitel=
y a highlight for me, too.  when the guy from roman candle came out, plugged=
in his amp to jam and joined amy, that was very cool. =20
=20
i was in northampton saturday and that show was also great but the boston sh=
ow seemed to entertain amy and emily more.
=20
i was sitting in row p in boston, behiind the lighting guy and i usually don=
't have a view of the crowd as i did then, and i saw how engaged everyone wa=
s and that amy and emily were very affected by that(loving it).
=20
amy kept giving a "turn it up" signal to someone off stage so i guess they n=
ever got the sound just right.  i thought the sound on "shame on you" was of=
f (as opposed to galileo).   when i walked out, i asked my friend "was it me=
or did the last part of that song sound like someone was way off?"  but if=20=
one of them screws up, they usually acknowledge it.
=20
i second the notion that pink's shoes are hard to fill.  i love the way she=20=
sounds on the cd, but i'm sure i'll never get to see her sing it live with t=
hem.=20
=20
there are a few songs on the cd that i felt ok but not excited about until i=
saw them done live.  fly away, dirt and dead ends, three county highway, an=
d last tears really pulled me in when i could watch them singing.  there was=
so much feeling in their words and their faces were very expressive. i must=
say that money made you mean is my favorite, and i'm surprised to hear myse=
lf admit it but that's what happens when i give the new music time to grow w=
ith me (seeing that one live was like going home with a gift).
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rena
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hello fellow baigls,

i don=e2=80=99t know about y=e2=80=99all, but that show rocked on monday nig=
ht.  it is definitely up there in my top five shows (of over 40) that i=e2=
=80=99ve ever seen of the girls.  =e2=80=9cthe wood song=e2=80=9d and =e2=
=80=9ctether=e2=80=9d were real highlights.  i loved that they started with=20=
=e2=80=9crock and roll heaven=e2=80=99s gate=e2=80=9d and had the crowd up a=
nd dancing the entire night.  it was nice not to be the only one standing an=
d dancing.  i have never heard =e2=80=9ctether=e2=80=9d live and they really=
rocked it out. =20
=20
amy was in great form and really enjoying herself.  emily=e2=80=99s mic coul=
d have been a little louder through most of the night (and no one =e2=80=93=20=
not even three of them - could fill pink=e2=80=99s vocal).  the band sounded=
great. =20

does anyone know what was up with galileo?  was it in a different key or jus=
t a different guitar?  i=e2=80=99m not a musician and usually tone deaf, but=
there was definitely something strange going on there.

i wasn=e2=80=99t going to buy a t-shirt, but i loved, so bought, the blue on=
e with the handwritten lyrics on it.  i=e2=80=99m loving reading amy=e2=80=
=99s =e2=80=9cchicken scratch=e2=80=9d as she was writing and changing words=
.  emily=e2=80=99s, of course, is typed out nice and neat.  i do like her ha=
ndwritten words for amy to sing written in the margins.

any other reports to pass along?  i=e2=80=99m not on the big list, so anythi=
ng you want to forward would be appreciated.

cheers
julie
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i wouldn't really count this as a review...more as ramblings about what was
an interesting show to say the least.  for starters, the openers, 3/5 human,
were really good except the sound was so bad that i can't say i loved them.
we were in the balcony on the right side (which are really great seats in
massey hall) and we just couldn't hear anything of their songs except for
some really great bass playing.  but the highlight (or lowlight?) of the
opening set was that in the middle of their third or forth song a monitor or
amp caught on fire!  well, that ended their set which was pretty
anti-climatic.
ig's set was great...i can't remember a show with such a great mix of old
and new (not that i'm an expert).  was super happy to hear the wood song,
which seems like one i haven't heard in a long time.  amy was in a really
great mood and emily was pretty serious most of the night...they had a
little fun when something was wrong with one of emily's cords so they just
started chatting and then they asked the crowd what they wanted to talk
about.  of course, someone asked if they would move to canada or come here
more.  they said, and i think pretty sincerely, that they couldn't answer
the question to why they don't come up more often but that everytime they're
here they get back on the bus and say to themselves, "we really should come
do a whole tour of canada."  roaring applause, of course.
the only bummer is they hit their curfew (accidentally, i think) right as
they were about to start a second song of the encore...everyone looked
genuinely shocked as sulli barged out on the stage and started grabbing
guitars and telling them to get off the stage...i think they really wanted
to play another song but realized it would be a bad idea (a friend told me
it's something like a $2000 dollar fine).  amy lingered on the stage to wave
at some folks and offer some apologetic glances.  it was a real bummer and
not because they didn't play us another song, but because everyone was just
kind of stunned and didn't get to wish them a proper thanks/applause for a
great show! well, if anyone here is connected enough to pass a message to
the girls, tell them to loved the show and hopes to see them again soon!

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hey folks,

here's an article from the ann arbor news.  you can read it online at:
http://www.mlive.com/entertainment/aanews/index.ssf?/base/features-1/1161269=
0881
17970.xml&coll=3d2

cheers,
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---begin forwarded article---
indigo girls see fans like family
thursday, october 19, 2006
by martin bandyke
news special writer

despite a label change, working with a different producer and recording=
their
latest album far outside their georgia home base, some things still stay the=

same when it comes to the indigo girls, the folk-rock duo consisting of amy=
ray
and emily saliers.

on "despite our differences,'' their just-released cd, the two continue in=
their
quest to make socially conscious music with beautiful harmonies and=
uplifting
messages, something they've been experts at for a good 20 years now.

speaking by phone between rehearsals for an upcoming tour that will bring=
them
to the michigan theater in ann arbor on friday, indigo girls
guitarist/songwriter/vocalist amy ray sounded enthusiastic about=
collaborating
with top-notch music producer mitchell froom, whose extensive resume=
includes
work with elvis costello, paul mccartney and randy newman. "despite our
differences'' was recorded at froom's home studio in santa monica, calif.

"he's kind of a minimalist but at the same time he's very sensual and=
lush,''
said ray. "it creates a lot of energy 'cause there's nothing covering=
anything
up, so the intimacy is really there and he likes to work really fast. we=
felt
for someone who could do a cibo matto record and also los lobos and crowded=

house and suzanne vega's pivotal '99.9,' that's what we needed, someone who=
can
take an artist who's been around for 20 years and bring something fresh.''

the indigo girls' previous release, the excellent "all that we let in'' from=

2004, proved to be their last for epic records, the label that had released=
all
of the duo's music going back to their self-titled debut some 15 years=
earlier.
ray and saliers were simply too much of a challenge for a company=
increasingly
guided by youth and a play-it-safe attitude.

"the marketing entity felt like they didn't know what to do with us,'' said=
ray.
"how do we market them? they're over 40, they're queer, they're really
political, we don't know what to do with this band anymore,'' she said with=
a
rueful laugh.

after getting a few lukewarm bites from some indie labels, ray and saliers=
are
now happily signed to the hollywood imprint, a major label that showed the=
most
enthusiasm and love for the girls.

the high point of "despite our differences'' in terms of aggressiveness and=

volume is certainly "rock and roll heaven's gate,'' a hard-rocking song=
about
community and solidarity that features pop-rocker pink helping out on=
vocals.
other strong tracks include "pendulum swinger,'' with pointed commentary=
about
institutionalized sexism, and "i believe in love,'' a reflective tune about=
the
end of a relationship.

while ray and saliers are both openly gay, they don't press that point=
overtly
on their albums, where their lyrics are for the most part gender-neutral.

"we've always felt from the very beginning that when we sang a love song,=
that
it be about whoever you love,'' explained ray. "i listened to straight=
people
sing love songs my whole life, and it didn't keep me from relating to love.=
a
great song by neil young or patti smith is a great song.''

ray, who said she enjoys playing in a city like ann arbor, has a simple=
answer
when asked what keeps her and saliers still excited about performing and
recording after so many years. "it's our audience that probably keeps us
together,'' said ray. "we can look out and it feels like family everywhere.=
that
can keep you going and keep you wanting to play.''

=a92006 ann arbor news
=a9 2006 michigan live. all rights reserved.

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heard a bootleg of the boston gig while crashing with winthrop, ma's
own fran egan. after seeing the setlist and hearing the show (taped
from front row...) parts of this show literally had me with the hair
on my neck standing, and chills down my spine...

a mp3 (high compression 192 or higher) set of the show will be
available sometime soon (not exactly sure on dates) but it will be
downloadable.

would love a copy of any other shows, tho, don't bug me for the boot
- i'm literally swamped with work for the next few days.

mike r.

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in a message dated 10/20/2006 12:04:20 am eastern daylight time,
listserv@lists.netspace.org writes:
they said, and i think pretty sincerely, that they couldn't answer
the question to why they don't come up more often but that everytime they're
here they get back on the bus and say to themselves, "we really should come
do a whole tour of canada."  roaring applause, of course.
indeed.  and why do they never come to montreal??  that would be only an hour
from me, and they would have a great fan base there, i'm sure!  let's keep
putting the idea out there.  --gina

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i just read on myspace that ig will be on "the world cafe" friday, november=
3. =0a=0ait's easy to look up at npr and the stations are listed. most are=
streaming. =0a=0ai want to point out in my area (central and eastern iowa)=
that kuni will not air this until sunday, november 5 at 10pm and will be r=
epeated at 2am (monday, november 6). =0a=0alorna=0a=0amy myspace page is ht=
tp://www.myspace.com/rockrbear=0a=0ayou are welcome to add me (no need to s=
end notes, i just check profile pages) =0a=0a=0a=0a

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>interesting how we can all love ig and have such different tastes.   i'd
>pick
>both go and moment over ozilline.
>
>lauren
>(who's stoked to be seeing them in sf the day after who2.)

very true. all three songs are great in my book. having been raised by my
grandmother, ozillene has a very special place in my heart.

the two songs i most don't want to hear at shows again are "shame on you"
and "power of two." good songs, but tired of hearing them at every show.

cheers,
tom m.

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cool! i never knew that.

is the last line "what a blessed sky" or "what a blessed scar?" i think it's
"sky" but sometimes it seems like "scar."

cheers,
tom m.

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>from: "green, todd" <green@cbse.uab.edu>
>reply-to: "green, todd" <green@cbse.uab.edu>
>to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
>subject: re: ozilline
>date: tue, 17 oct 2006 12:56:14 -0500
>
>oh, ozilline, i feel for you
>(pleasure's what they double)
>oh, ozilline, i feel for you
>(if i could call you mine)
>
>
>
>-----original message-----
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>subject: ozilline
>
>so i'm sure this has been covered before and i never think to ask it....
>
>during the chorus, emily says two lines after amy's "oh ozilline, i
>feel for you"...  the second of which is "if i could call her mine".
>
>what is the first?
>
>laura
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>but for me, specifically, the lines about putting the dog down and
>watching "that sweet old life become a bag of bones" has moved me to  tears
>consistently ever since i had a little rescue kitty.

yes! graham, these are the lines that choke me up every time. i think of
being in the hospital holding my dead grandmother's hand. i think of all the
beautiful animal people who have shared my life for a time and moved on. i
think of dean moriarty...oh, wait. that's something else.

anyway, i know exactly what you mean and it's part of what makes ozilline
one of my most favorite ig songs.

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i hear they played galileo outside of the venue on the street?!

is this true - was anyone on this list there for that?

i read that on the vortex, i think.

on 10/19/06, lee <grrlee@rogers.com> wrote:
>
> i wouldn't really count this as a review...more as ramblings about what
> was
> an interesting show to say the least.  for starters, the openers, 3/5
> human,
> were really good except the sound was so bad that i can't say i loved
> them.
> we were in the balcony on the right side (which are really great seats in
> massey hall) and we just couldn't hear anything of their songs except for
> some really great bass playing.  but the highlight (or lowlight?) of the
> opening set was that in the middle of their third or forth song a monitor
> or
> amp caught on fire!  well, that ended their set which was pretty
> anti-climatic.
> ig's set was great...i can't remember a show with such a great mix of old
> and new (not that i'm an expert).  was super happy to hear the wood song,
> which seems like one i haven't heard in a long time.  amy was in a really
> great mood and emily was pretty serious most of the night...they had a
> little fun when something was wrong with one of emily's cords so they just
> started chatting and then they asked the crowd what they wanted to talk
> about.  of course, someone asked if they would move to canada or come here
> more.  they said, and i think pretty sincerely, that they couldn't answer
> the question to why they don't come up more often but that everytime
> they're
> here they get back on the bus and say to themselves, "we really should
> come
> do a whole tour of canada."  roaring applause, of course.
> the only bummer is they hit their curfew (accidentally, i think) right as
> they were about to start a second song of the encore...everyone looked
> genuinely shocked as sulli barged out on the stage and started grabbing
> guitars and telling them to get off the stage...i think they really wanted
> to play another song but realized it would be a bad idea (a friend told me
> it's something like a $2000 dollar fine).  amy lingered on the stage to
> wave
> at some folks and offer some apologetic glances.  it was a real bummer and
> not because they didn't play us another song, but because everyone was
> just
> kind of stunned and didn't get to wish them a proper thanks/applause for a
> great show! well, if anyone here is connected enough to pass a message to
> the girls, tell them to loved the show and hopes to see them again soon!
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according to folks who attended the toronto show on indigovortex, ig
completed their encore, band and all, on the sidewalk outside the venue.
reminds me why i love ig so much.

victoria

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from:         carrie knepp <indigocaz@gmail.com>
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ozilline is one of my most favorite ig songs ever!!

i love hearing it and they play it oh so rarely...

this song came out just before my brother passed on, and i feel like i
celebrate him just as amy celebrates her grandmother.  i'm sure when my
grandmother that i am very close to passes on (hopefully not for a looooong
time) this song will hold even more special meaning for me...

hugs,
     carrie

on 10/20/06, tom xxxxx <getula@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> >but for me, specifically, the lines about putting the dog down and
> >watching "that sweet old life become a bag of bones" has moved me
> to  tears
> >consistently ever since i had a little rescue kitty.
>
> yes! graham, these are the lines that choke me up every time. i think of
> being in the hospital holding my dead grandmother's hand. i think of all
> the
> beautiful animal people who have shared my life for a time and moved on. i
> think of dean moriarty...oh, wait. that's something else.
>
> anyway, i know exactly what you mean and it's part of what makes ozilline
> one of my most favorite ig songs.
>
> cheers,
> tom m.
> "can you mr. bush light the sage"
> --- tori amos, "indian summer"
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date:         fri, 20 oct 2006 14:51:46 -0400
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i was there. and it's all true! i wrote a long review on vortex. you can read it here:
http://indigovortex.com/forum/showpost.php?p=94861&postcount=16

>
> from: carrie knepp <indigocaz@gmail.com>
> date: 2006/10/20 fri am 09:27:44 est
> to: indigo-girls@lists.netspace.org
> subject: re: toronto show
>
> i hear they played galileo outside of the venue on the street?!
>
> is this true - was anyone on this list there for that?
>
> i read that on the vortex, i think.
>
> on 10/19/06, lee <grrlee@rogers.com> wrote:
> >
> > i wouldn't really count this as a review...more as ramblings about what
> > was
> > an interesting show to say the least.  for starters, the openers, 3/5
> > human,
> > were really good except the sound was so bad that i can't say i loved
> > them.
> > we were in the balcony on the right side (which are really great seats in
> > massey hall) and we just couldn't hear anything of their songs except for
> > some really great bass playing.  but the highlight (or lowlight?) of the
> > opening set was that in the middle of their third or forth song a monitor
> > or
> > amp caught on fire!  well, that ended their set which was pretty
> > anti-climatic.
> > ig's set was great...i can't remember a show with such a great mix of old
> > and new (not that i'm an expert).  was super happy to hear the wood song,
> > which seems like one i haven't heard in a long time.  amy was in a really
> > great mood and emily was pretty serious most of the night...they had a
> > little fun when something was wrong with one of emily's cords so they just
> > started chatting and then they asked the crowd what they wanted to talk
> > about.  of course, someone asked if they would move to canada or come here
> > more.  they said, and i think pretty sincerely, that they couldn't answer
> > the question to why they don't come up more often but that everytime
> > they're
> > here they get back on the bus and say to themselves, "we really should
> > come
> > do a whole tour of canada."  roaring applause, of course.
> > the only bummer is they hit their curfew (accidentally, i think) right as
> > they were about to start a second song of the encore...everyone looked
> > genuinely shocked as sulli barged out on the stage and started grabbing
> > guitars and telling them to get off the stage...i think they really wanted
> > to play another song but realized it would be a bad idea (a friend told me
> > it's something like a $2000 dollar fine).  amy lingered on the stage to
> > wave
> > at some folks and offer some apologetic glances.  it was a real bummer and
> > not because they didn't play us another song, but because everyone was
> > just
> > kind of stunned and didn't get to wish them a proper thanks/applause for a
> > great show! well, if anyone here is connected enough to pass a message to
> > the girls, tell them to loved the show and hopes to see them again soon!
> >
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date:         fri, 20 oct 2006 22:29:35 +0200
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for guitar. does anybody have it?
thank you :)

love from spain
m&t

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date:         sat, 21 oct 2006 08:12:11 +1000
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subject:      fwd: indigo girls:  message from russell carter
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hi kids,

the latest official mailer...

-sherlyn

--- original message ---
from: "indigo girls" <news@indigogirls.com>
date: fri, 20 oct 2006 10:22:34 -0400
subject: indigo girls:  message from russell carter

> hello!
>
> we need your valuable opinion again - as dedicated indigo girls
> fans. hollywood records wants to run a series of tv advertisements
> for "despite our differences" and is curious to know what channels
> and what shows you watch regularly.  what are your favorites?  and
> do you watch cable, direct/dish tv or network (abc, cbs or nbc),
> let us know!  send your response to indigogirlstv@gmail.com.
>
> thanks for your help!
>
> best regards,
>
> russell
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