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ig-news-digest        sunday, february 10 2008        volume 10 : number 111


today's subjects:
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  [ig-news] show of the week: 1992-11-15: civic center - montgomery, alabama   [carolyn <underdog@earthlink.]
  [ig-news] asheville citizen-times article/amy interview  [sherlyn koo <she]


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date: sat, 09 feb 2008 08:39:36 -0700
from: carolyn <underdog@earthlink.net>
subject: [ig-news] show of the week: 1992-11-15: civic center - montgomery, alabama


hello again  :   )


this is a fresh conversion of a really good sounding recording from the
"rites of passage" tour.  after 6 months of touring with a full band and a
large stage show, this is the first night of a back to basics acoustic duo
tour of the southest united states.  there is a wonderful freshness to the
show as they work through the new arrangements and make on the fly changes
to the setlist.  standouts include "jonas and ezekial", emily performing
"river", amy performing "the ballad of squeaky fromme",  and michelle
malone guesting on "the water is wide".


(acoustic duo show)


(87:09)


01. hammer and a nail (cut) (0:35)
02. three hits (3:19)
03. galileo (5:24)
04. joking (3:41)
05. love's recovery (5:23)
06. secure yourself (4:18)
07. pushing the needle too far (4:37)
08. virginia woolf (6:04)
09. closer to fine (5:06)
10. jonas and ezekial (5:09)
11. river (3:59)
12. the ballad of squeaky fromme (4:11)
13. let it be me (4:03)
14. land of canaan (4:07)
15. love will come to you (4:58)
16. chickenman (6:20)
17. prince of darkness (5:59)
18. kid fears (5:11)
19. the water is wide (4:45)


here is the direct download link for the show:


http://www.lifeblood2.net/bootlegs/19921115.html


and here is the link to my main bootlegs page:


http://www.lifeblood.net/bootlegs.html


enjoy,


carolyn


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date: sun, 10 feb 2008 13:12:01 +1100
from: sherlyn koo <sherlyn@pixelopolis.com>
subject: [ig-news] asheville citizen-times article/amy interview


hey folks,
here's an article from the asheville citizen-times.  online at
http://www.citizen-times.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?aid=200880207090...
cheers,
sherlyn
- ---begin forwarded article---
citizen-times.com
indigo girls still relevant, rocking
by amy jones
take5 correspondent
february 8, 2008 12:15 am
with as much relevance and spirit today as they possessed 20 years ago, the
indigo girls are bringing new tracks and old favorites to the thomas wolfe
auditorium friday night.
the atlanta duo has been a team of powerful activists, guitarists and mentors
since they broke through the southern belt and into the billboard charts, but
the real beauty of the girls' gift lies in their voices. like honey in a cup of
hot tea, their seamless harmonies continue to breathe honest fire into modern
folk rock music. we talked to amy ray about her onstage partner, the music and
more.
question: twenty years later, the indigo girls are busier than ever. how do you
keep up with it all?
answer: it's really fun, and it all feeds off of each other. having a record
label just works with everything else. but i am mindful of working too much.
like a lot of people, i sometimes burn the candle at both ends.
(for the record, the indigo girls, once a signature artist for epic records,
moved to imprint label hollywood records releasing "despite our differences" in
fall 2006. amy ray has been in asheville recently to record a solo album for her
own daemon records as well as touring with side band the volunteers. meanwhile
the other indigo girl, emily saliers, has opened a couple of atlanta's hippest
eateries, including the watershed, and co-wrote a book about music with her
father).
q: so what about this business keeps you excited and coming back for more?
a: i love music. i love interacting with a lot of different bands. i love
hearing what different people do with different bands. making friends and seeing
new talent, it broadens that whole community. the indigo girls are just one
aspect of it.
q: the two of you have lasted longer together than most marriages, in better
standing than some families. what's made it work?
a: you give each other a lot of space and respect each other and give each other
a lot of space to do our own art.
q: you have both been active in social issues. what is the indigo girls' role in
speaking out about hot-button topics?
a: we really don't think about it in a grandiose way. we look at it in our own
way. but as activists in the community, we try to take time to know what's going
on in any given community. it's part of the fabric of what we do. we think about
it as what can our impact be today.
q: when you set up for each new year -- tours, albums, side projects -- what
excites you about another year with the indigo girls?
a: the next song always. i spend more time writing now than i ever have before.
there's not enough time in the world to record as much as we'd like to.
amy jones writes for take5. e-mail her at ajontheair@hotmail.com.
copyright 2008 asheville citizen-times. all rights reserved.
sender: owner-ig-news@smoe.org
precedence: bulk

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