The Story Of The Blues (Part Two) (Talkin Blues)

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8 thoughts on “ The Story Of The Blues (Part Two) (Talkin Blues)

  1. Faeshakar Reply
    Talkin' Blues (The Story Of The Blues, Pt. 2) that's my story and i'm sticking to that. So let's have another drink and let's talk about the blues.
  2. Jukazahn Reply
    Lyrics to Talkin' Blues (The Story of the Blues, Pt. 2) by The Mighty Wah! from the A Word to the Wise Guy album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  3. Vijind Reply
    Apr 13,  · The Story Of The Blues Part One: The Story Of The Blues Part Two (Talkin' Blues)/5().
  4. Kagakora Reply
    The Story Of The Blues Part One And Part Two (Talkin' Blues) B: Seven Minutes To Midnight (Liveish) Companies, etc. Label abbreviates titles as "The Story Of The Blues Part I And II / 7 Minutes Live(ish)". Titles below are from the sleeve. Call This Music/Warner Bros. Music Ltd/5(46).
  5. Gosho Reply
    Talkin' Blues (The Story of the Blues Pt. 2), a song by The Mighty Wah! on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Dilkree Reply
    Apr 24,  · The song, which reached number three in the chart with only Men at Work’s Down Under at number two and Phil Collins’ You Can’t Hurry Love at the top, had a second part on the flip side which was called Talkin’ Blues.
  7. Vura Reply
    Talking blues is a form of folk music and country music. It is characterized by rhythmic speech or near-speech where the melody is free, but the rhythm is strict. Christopher Allen Bouchillon, billed as "The Talking Comedian of the South," is credited with creating the "talking blues" form with the song "Talking Blues," recorded for Columbia Records in Atlanta in , from which the .

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