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Synonyms for blues

Synonyms for blues

a type of folksong that originated among Black Americans at the beginning of the 20th century

a state of depression

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JOHN BARCLAY 6 JOSH NAVIA DI 6 Navidi has been the go-to man on many occasions this season when it has come to being Blues man of the match but was pretty quiet as he and Scotland international Barclay cancelled each other out at No.
Charles Hayes with four-goal hero and Blues man of the match Jesse Lingard.
THE son of the greatest blues man ever, Muddy Waters, makes his first appearance in Wales on Friday, March 20.
Blues and Bliss" is his venture in poetry, using the same skills he uses as a blues man, preacher, and his other long list of social titles in his poetry to bring out his pure soul in his verse.
Taj Mahal: ``Hanapepe Dream'' (Tone-Cool) On the follow-up to 1998's ``Sacred Island,'' the blues man keeps with the Hawaiian theme.
Live music will be offered by the Mojo Mama's, a Maine female trio; the Jeff Pitchell Band, a blues group; the Rocky Bay Brewing Pipe & Drum band, one of Maine's own; and Tab Benoit, a regional blues man.
To paraphrase an old blues man, some works of art are meant to signify, others to sanctify.
By popular demand, Catfish Club President and Founder, the Reverend George Walker Smith, will portray his favorite blues man, the legendary BB King.
But it would be a big ask because the Blues man has gone so far down the road to being a gainer of hard yards in midfield that he has become central to Wales' go-forward.
His Blues team-mate Andy Powell, 26, is also in line for a debut in the back row and a third Blues man, Jamie Roberts, will win his third cap at either centre or wing.
Fortunately this occasion was less-fiery as it was merely former Midlands journeyman turned TV commentator Don Goodman comparing Taylor to former England captain Terry Butcher after the Blues man had been bandaged.