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 Posted: Thu Feb 28th, 2019 09:47 am
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Bacco wrote: Not 100% sure but I've heard of "Talking Blues" which is similar! Obviously, that is tied to blues, maybe if there was another genre that had that vocal style it would be coined "Talking <genre>"? :D
Talking Blues. There it is.
Thanks, that's a great observation/comment.

I did a little research and found this link to a National Public Radio segment. (NPR)
https://www.npr.org/2001/03/23/1120459/talking-blues - 6:13 length

It points back to Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan and the blues-men that preceded them.
I first took note of this style while listening to Michael Franks and Ben Sidran.
Both influenced by Mose Allison, of course.

And in a sense, we see the roots of Rap as well.
But I think you are correct, what I have done in this song more closely ties to Talking Blues.

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