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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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Now the Blues man has first to overcome an ankle injury and there remain major doubts over whether he'll get to New Zealand anyway.
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.
Vaughan is hoping to add the former Sky Blues man to boss Bobby Williamson's ranks but is yet to receive a reply from the Coca-Cola Championship club.
Joining Parker Jnr in the festival is another piece of blues history in Louisiana Red, the man who has played with just about every major blues man over the last 50 years and plays with the same intensity whether it is to 10,000 or 100 people.
Robert Johnson is often called the greatest blues man of all time, someone who not only inspired Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf and other Chicago urban blues titans, but also was a huge influence on the Rolling Stones and the Allman Brothers Band in the development of rock 'n' roll during the 1960s and 1970s.
30pm, Nothing but the Blues will see Sutton-based blues man Paul Cowley in concert.
A cash donation will be presented to the junior club by the Sky Blues man of the match.
Former Blues man Gill suffered a knee injury at Tranmere on Easter Monday last year and, although his contract was due to expire that summer, Gill was offered a six-month contract to the end of the year to allow him to regain fitness.
Ex-Sky Blues man Paul Williams has already beefed up Strachan's defence by signing until summer 2004 - and Scottish international Telfer is poised to join him on a free transfer.
The wrinkly blues man handed over six bin-liners of old leathers and denims to a second-hand designer shop in London's Porchester Place.
King, Willie Dixon, Albert Collins, Finis Tasby, Roy Brown and later-generation blues man Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jones has spent his life traveling around the country recording and playing live.