#1
why did the blues never get as popular as rock
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#3
are you on drugs or something? both of you i mean.

rock is blues for cryin out loud.
#4
but blues is wehre rock came from ,you listen to ozzy ,he listened to muddy waters ,korn listened to ozzy
Gear
Customized crunked out guitar rig
--1971 Fender Princeton (12")
--H.O.G.
3 customized guitars for the rig
--1999 Martin Jm - Seymour Duncan-SHR1-hotrail
--1998 Martin 000-28EC - Dearmond Humbucker
www.bigkingbud.com
#7
because rock is more diverse. it can appeal to a lot more people because more people can find something they like.
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#8
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are you on drugs or something? both of you i mean.

rock is blues for cryin out loud.


Exactly. Bands like Led Zep were considered a blues revival band.
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