When Girls With Guitars originally African and South-influenced Blues were brought to Louisiana, New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, new instruments were added— clarinet, brass, piano, mandolins, accordions — and along with the banjo mingled into an interesting mix, which would be known as New Orleans, Swamp, Cajun or Riverboat Blues.
The Blues and Blues Musicians finally could make themselves heard among the loud crowds and stuffed places, they usually used to play.
It was a tremendous change in the way, the Blues could be approached, fine and subtle figures and fine chord structures could suddenly be played, the Blues was rising to previously unbeknown heights: "Now I can play above the bar noise, Man I'm bigger than a crowd" as Rea states in the opener "Electric Guitar", which paraphrases what musicians must have felt after this milestone revolution.
Nor did "electric" stop at the guitars — organs, pianos, keyboards, all was going electric, studios started to play around with the new electric sound, the possibilities seemed endless.
And yet another direction, the Blues was morphing into. Take the basic concept, move it into the "modern wild west" and what you get out of it is straightforward Texas Blues. It's all in there, endless highways, run-down trucker bars, oil, dirt, cowboy boots, stories about life on the move, all down in Texas, all just as sad as the original Blues Lone Star Boogie, No Wheels Blues.
The mixture of the basic Blues concept with more country and Girls With Guitars styled instruments slide guitars, harmonica gave the Blues a rawer, yet again still instantly recognizable sound, which has played a major role in music ever since up to Stevie Vaughan and ZZ Top. Again it was movement that was pushing the Blues into a new direction, movement upwards North to Chicago in the pursuit of jobs and a new life. People suddenly found themselves in a completely different situation and this instantly influenced the Blues, the electric style, developed earlier on in Electric Memphis and Texas Blues, remained, however became harder and edgier, instruments like the saxophone were incorporated into the music and gave this new hybrid a sometimes jazzy feel.
Once again, the lyric themes shifted away from known territory and began to reflect the changed situation, drugs, alcohol, sex, women, money gained major importance, life in wintry ghettos and anonymous housing schemes contributed its share. With the incorporation of the piano and other new elements, such as swing and jazz, according to Chris Rea a somehow "sleepy morphine-induced style" came to be Blues Ballads.
The original, primitive influences are no longer recognizable, replaced by a calmer, smoother, more polished, yet nonetheless still recognizable, style of Blues. He worries for their welfare. They have raped, murdered and committed mayhem since they were formed. But leaving Afghanistan is now a thorny international issue. American citizens, and Afghans who have helped American forces, are still stranded therehoping their connections and paperwork will eventually lead them to safe passage.
The Miraculous Love Kids have no such paperwork. Only the desire for freedom, which is rapidly closing on young Afghan girls like the tight cork of a wine bottle. But he has no kind thoughts for the Taliban, whose treatment of women has the world watching anxiously as the group establishes power. They only care about power and creating mayhem.
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