Dwight Man

Can Dwight Man sing the blues? It’s hard to say, but he definitely paid his dues with British Blues aficionados Cedric Lipton and Harry T. Bagger. Quoting Cedric Lipton:

“The Blues came up the river—I believe it was the Avon or the Mersey—carried by bluesmen like the Pacemakers, the Kinks, and the Dave Clark Five, and the Shadows (pre-Cliff Richards). Now I’m blue in the loo, waiting for the little brown choo-choo.”

I’ve jolly well got the blues, Like a dull crumpet fork in the back
The blues is like a sticky wicket in a lengthy cricket match
I have the Blues Like Fury, I’m Frightfully Blue– (Fraught with the Blues)