Continuing onto volume 2. Devil Blues resumed serialization.
>Legend has it that if you take your guitar and stand at a crossroads at the witching hour, the devil will appear. He'll grab your instrument, play a song, and hand it back to you. You'll walk away an expert bluesman, but you'll have to pay the price: your immortal soul.
New chapter (needs scanlation)
Hiramoto also works on Prison School.
v2 will require an additional thread.
As a musical interlude to enrich the story, try this blues rock version of Johnson's Cross Road Blues performed by the English band Cream, featuring Ginger Baker on drums, Jack Bruce on bass and Eric Clapton on vocals and guitar. It's a fine video of a short, live performance of the song by the legendary acid rock trio. The interplay between bass and drums is especially amazing.
As much as I like Cream, the original version by the original nigger Robert Johnson is much more appropriate than a cover by a bunch of english fucks.
Really, anything by a black american blues musician would be better.
Talented English fucks who were devoted to Johnsen's music, though. Fact is the reason the world knows who Robert Johnson is largely due to the loving obsession of bands like Cream. Johnson himself likely wouldn't be angry at the arrangement, why are you?
Don't speak as if you know the opinions of a dead man. Actual Mississippi delta blues is simply more appropriate to the tone of the story.
Anyone here ever listen to Robert Johnson?
It's good but it ain't three hands good.
It wasn't his skill that got him fame, it was his style.
Ether way, it's a good fucking manga.
Is this out in the volume out in the US et?
It's not that uncommon for mangaka to be Westaboos, but I would also like to know. Maybe there's an obscure interview somewhere out there.
Ah yes, the most common bottleneck. Thanks though, if someone steps up I'll be sure to make a thread.