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Call It Stormy Monday(But Tuesday Is Just as Bad)

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"Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)"
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Single by T-Bone Walker
A-side "I Know Your Wig Has Gone"
Released November 1947
Format 10-inch 78 rpm record
Recorded Hollywood, California, September 13, 1947[1]
Genre Blues
Length 3:00
Label Black & White
Songwriter(s) Aaron Walker a.k.a. T-Bone Walker
Producer(s) Ralph Bass
T-Bone Walker singles chronology
"Bobby Sox Blues" 
(1946)
"Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)" 
(1947)
"Long Skirt Baby Blues" 
(1947)

"Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just as Bad)" (commonly referred to as "Stormy Monday") is a song written and recorded by American blues electric guitar pioneer T-Bone Walker. It is a slow twelve-bar blues performed in the West Coast blues-style that features Walker's smooth, plaintive vocal and distinctive guitar work. As well as becoming a record chart hit in 1948, it inspired B.B. King and others to take up the electric guitar. "Stormy Monday" became Walker's best-known and most-recorded song.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Call_It_Stormy_Monday_(But_Tuesday_Is_Just_as_Bad)

...idee had a 'day' that was 'stormy'...the 'cause celebre' of the moment without even knowing about any of the 'controversy' until today...oh well...figured to start a place to rant, predict and generally talk weather...SF Bay Area (terrible smoke from fires in Paradise, CA) and such... 

Paradise...lost...                                                    our thoughts and prayers go out to all the families and their loved ones who have been effected by the terrible fires...not just in Paradise, CA,... in Southern California and all other areas being damaged by nature's wrath...

Paradise Lost is an epic poem in blank verse by the 17th-century English poet John Milton (1608–1674). 

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Just terrible out there. So sad for all the families affected. The climate there right now lends itself to these fires but so many of them are caused by humans rather than nature. :classic_sad:

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