Definition of talking blues in English:

talking blues

Line breaks: talk|ing blues

noun

[mass noun]
A style of blues music in which the lyrics are more or less spoken rather than sung.
More example sentences
  • He had stopped singing talking blues and songs about ‘causes‘.
  • Some appear here, as does a funny talking blues about discovering the pocket-change pleasures of Thunderbird wine and its cloudy-brained oblivion.
  • It is a scatter-gun, modern talking blues, bemoaning the pratfalls of craving celebrity, delivered in the style of early Dylan, over a tune that sounds like a feisty young sister to Neil Young's ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’.

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