From ilo

thank you very much for your message and your support on my set WORKING DAY ^^ Have a nice day !!

robertbluesman:
You're very Welcome my dear! Please excuse my tardy reply, just coming through a nasty "real life portal" I feel damn grateful to have survived with my zen intact. Now I'm needing a mellow warm moment to cuddle up with so I can sort out how the hell I fell through the rabbit hole that started it all... another peek at your set is just what I need! 💜

From sunrider

Thank you Thank you Thank you so much for all the comments, for all the love, always <3 You're amazing!

From maudlin

Thanks for always supporting me and showing me love on my sets! I really appreciate it!

robertbluesman:
You're always in my thoughts even when I'm not around here. Sending Virual Lurrrve Bombs your way tonight in hopes for a fAbOuLoUs Week ahead. Did you set your clocks? Don't get up wrong time haha! I didn't today and arrived at our trail head meet up an hour early!! Got to watch the pretty sunrise and giggle at the crazy critters all by my very chilly self - but warm thought of you helped. A Lot 😘💜

From dementia

Hi there <3 thanks so much for your kind words on my set'! Really appreciate it! x 

robertbluesman:
Your Radiance Ravishingly caught me off guard! I intend to stay is a state of Swoonworthyness while in your presence for EverMore 🌀💜😘!!!

From sunrider

Thank you for the support and love <3 Always! 

robertbluesman:
You are Indeed a Dear Sweet Young Woman 😘 My wish is that you grow to know the fullness of life and limitless opportunities 😎

From ski

thank you thank you for your love on my debut. I really cant thank you enough! Youre such a sweet soul, and the world is better with you in it

robertbluesman:
I'm speechless! It's all in how my mind sees you balanced with what the eyes confirm. You inspire me 😘💜

From kioui

Thank you for the comment and love on my new set "greenery room" XX <3

robertbluesman:
You're Welcome!  ...and speaking of... I'm still in awe how your Welcoming Supple Sweetness balanced out the lost and abandoned vibe of that scene. Truly Glorious!

Thank you so much for your comment on my set! <3 I really appreciate the support! :) Pixie xoxo

robertbluesman:
You're such a Sweet addition to SG. I'm happy seeing where your path takes you!

I appreciate the kind compliments and it's always nice to have a fan that relates to my beliefs 💕 Lots of love!

robertbluesman:
The Unbridled Uniqueness of your style runs a Tantalizing Tie with your Refreshingly Rare Beauty 😘💜

Thanks for the follow! ☺ Hope you're having a good weekend!

robertbluesman:
It's a fab Fall kickoff up on the mountain! Crystal blue skies ZERO humidity. I'll be up on Hawk Mtn Sanctuary tomorrow volunteering for annual Raptor migration counting. Hope yours is BaZiNgA!!! You're the Sweet Peach in my daily thoughts 🍑

From sunrider

Thank you for all the love 💜 for all the comments and love on the photos! It's really important to me!

robertbluesman:
You're very welcome! I'm humbled by your quest to find strength within the simple honesty of accepting life's challenges and reaping the rewards. Your enjoyably admirable musical talent I believe remains as a Cosmic thread binding us across the continents. Wishing you the forever best in all that you do!

From _kettle

Thank you for the amazing comment on my set and I LOVED the link to the song by Robert Johnson. I'm a big country and blues fan so it was nice to hear something I hadn't stumbled across before! Xx

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robertbluesman:
Another footnote @_kettle: the term "kitchen" in early blues recordings has connotations of both a warm safe place, and the comfort of a good woman. Several of Robert Johnson's records, as well as what's referred to as American Piedmont Blues style figured heavily in Led Zeppelin, Eric Clapton and early Rolling Stones recordings. Muddy Waters and Kansas Joe McCoy are among the most popular bluesmen who carried on Robert's tradition, into the 1940's and beyond, after his tragic early death left us with only 39 known recordings. If you listen closely to them you will swear hearing multiple guitar players...Nope! It's their unique style of "claw hammer" picking! I saw Muddy Waters play a set at Baltimore's defunct Marble Bar in 1973. That sealed my love of this style for life!
_kettle:
I've got a few friends that play bluegrass music and it's absolutely amazing. I love it!