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... was a hodge-podge of seemingly unrelated people and styles that while interesting, doesn't add up to the complete picture that is begging to be revealed. Rock N Roll links are paid lip service; Led Zeppelin who donated a fitting plaque in 2005 by way of saying thank you for the influence, gets marginalised; Johnny Winter has a few out of context photographs; Muddy Waters and The Rolling Stones are given their dues, but again, it is muddled and jumps back and forth between ...
... from the outset seemed to be an absolute ghost town, however for some reason both me and Louisa absolutely loved it!
We only had one day in Clarksdale but crammed quite a lot in, we went into Morgon Freemanīs club for lunch and dinner to watch a live band, went to the Delta Blues museum which told the story of how blues music was ...
... place! Charlene refuses to touch anything (including me), so it is lucky that we are only spending the one night. Dinner was at the blues club in town. The town is steeped in blues, and hosts about a dozen festivals, fairs or workshops during the year. Nothing much else seems to happen here except the blues. The Ground Zero Blues Club featured a nice live band with local talent - video attached. More BBQ for dinner and more local brew. I had a sweet potato stout - surprisingly ...
Weather: Sunny Start 24C End 33C - hard keeping hydrated!
Well I was here, so I went to Graceland. Elvis was one of my hero's when I was a younger teenager. It was great (also expensive - kept buying things) tour of the mansion complete with the transmitter again which make for a very relaxed tour. I have kept the photo's down to the mansion so not to bore you with awards, gold records, ...
... you’d have a perfect movie set. Many of these towns therefore seem almost frozen in the 1950s/60s—but in a sad, decrepit, abandoned way.
Another story telling 'blast from the past’ is the price of gas at many abandoned gas stations. We saw one that didn’t look too old showing gas as being advertised at $2.40. But I had to wonder how long ago the gas station advertising gas for $1.69 closed down?