lifeblood: songs: backgrounds: games people play

1989-12-xx: despite the gold record under their belts, indigo girls take the slow road to success, the oakland tribune:

the duo honed their sound doing other people's songs (paul simon's "american tune," joe south's "games people play" and other thoughtful pop hits) in atlanta's clubs, especially the little five points pub. there's a photo of the pub, filled with family and friends, on the lyric sheet of "strange fire." "we played there five years off and on, and for one six-month stretch it was three nights a week. that's where we really came up with what we do now."

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