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Discussion in 'The Effect effect' started by thomquietwolf, Jun 8, 2021.
Listen to Muddy Waters, or Bo Diddeley
Wolf tells you in the first 10 secs..
I've read all of the responses in this thread, and I asked Google and read all those responses.
Either everyone is right, or no one is right.
There is a blues song for every emotion, in every key, both major and minor, in every tempo.
What has always intrigued me about Blues music is its flexibility. It can be organized and orderly, or loose and free. There can be improvisation but there doesn't have to be. Songs can be happy or sad, fast or slow.