MUSIC: Indigo Girls: The Power of Two

The members of the duo Indigo Girls don't always agree, but as their new album proves, they make beautiful music together

! IN A FILM STUDIO IN ATLANTA, AMY Ray and Emily Saliers, who make up the folk- rock duo Indigo Girls, stand before a row of skeletons illuminated by flashes of light. The two are shooting a video of their new song Least Complicated; in another scene Saliers lies on her back wearing a white wedding dress and clutching a bouquet of red flowers. What does it all mean? Saliers, who wrote the song, offers a profound interpretation. "It's about repeating patterns in life," she says, "if you wanted to get the basic philosophic message. The video is an illustration of...

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