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Monday Morning Blues

“There’s no way in the world I can feel the same blues the way I used to. When I play in Chicago, I’m playing up-to-date, not the blues I was born with. 20 more words

Art

Impressions of Mississippi

Almost immediately we left Memphis for Mississippi the landscape changed.  The land flattened, the sky broadened, and the clouds formed an immense  armada shaded from dark grey to glowing white against a background of clear blue.  179 more words

Clarksdale

Catfish Stephenson: Makin' Music For The People

By Greg Newman

Catfish Stephenson is Madison Wisconsin’s best known street musician. According to Wikipedia, he has been playing on State Street (downtown Madison’s funky pedestrian-only thoroughfare) since 1968. 568 more words

Music

Mississippi Flood - Kings Of Lowertown

Think Robert Johnson, Tom Waits and Billy Gibbons setting up shop in the Ottawa Valley. Grooves wide enough to ride a freight train through. Scalding hot, super deluxe, alternative blues.

Robert Johnson: The curse of 27

Hi guys!
I realized it has been like a century since I last wrote on here.I’m so sorry. I have been soooo busy with school, work, a wedding (my sisters) and applying for college, so writing my blog has made its way to the back of my to do list. 532 more words

Tales from the London Underground #126

A clear sky with city light polluted stars
paves the way to work.
Nothing better humbles the soul than a thousand distant stars illuminating the dim light entombed by our egos. 305 more words

Biographic