It’s All About The Music; The Performance; The Story   1 comment

Thought I would share this posting again. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being

The days

I keep my gratitude

higher than my expectations,

I have really good days.

— from “Mother Blues” by Ray Wylie Hubbard

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Ray Wylie Hubbard (1 of 1)-7 blogRay Wylie Hubbard at the Rhythm Room, Phoenix, Arizona (October 30, 2014) — Images by kenne

I live with a women
that loves to gamble,
Me, I can take it, or leave it —
mostly leave it.

But, life is all about
give and take,
my coochy coochy, coo —
give and take.

There’s a night club in sun city
called the Rhythm Room,
home of a mean blues harp player
twenty-two years out of Chicago.

Got a Rhythm Room email —
Ray Wylie Hubbard, October 30th,
this trick and treat time
will be only a treat.

I’m gonna give my women
a deck of cards
at Wild House Pass Casino
and count my blessings.

Ordered our tickets
and off to Phoenix —
she at the helm,
I listening…

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Posted December 2, 2018 by kenneturner in Information

One response to “It’s All About The Music; The Performance; The Story

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  1. Ray Wylie Hubbard is soooo good every time! We are lucky living near him – at his concerts at least twice a year. I like what you’ve done with the imagery here – captures the energy of this performer quite well – he kinda stays in place on stage and radiate outward – I leave feeling effects of a vicarious workout.

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