Tag Archives: Blues

Blues Cleaners

Jamal was one of the finest blues men in London. While busking near the market, his guitar case always overflowed with cash appreciation. His music was powerful, literally sweeping away his audience’s bad feelings. People walked away from Jamal feeling … Continue reading

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The Loophole

Azurillyx was a cross-roads devil. The kind that offered struggling musicians fame and fortune in return for their soul. His latest acquisition, “Lefty” McCown, was known for his left-handed guitar and his burning guitar licks. His style of Blues/Rock took … Continue reading

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Shopping Cart Blues – Friday Fictioneers

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. A blues song, sung to the tune of “Feelin’ Bad Blues” by Ry Cooder. Begins after the photo. Shopping Cart Blues Well, I’m the shopping cart Don’t you know me? I been hauling food and … Continue reading

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