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Re: A rose is a rose... (Irises Named for The Blues)

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Re: A rose is a rose... (Irises Named for The Blues)
  • From: mikelowe@tricities.net (Mike Lowe)
  • Date: Mon, 1 Sep 1997 20:24:19 -0600 (MDT)

In no particular order:
Sunset Blues (Bernice Roe 64)
Delta Blues (Schreiner's 94)
Riverboat Blues (Schreiner's 91)
Memphis Blues (Schreiner's 87)
Sugar Blues (Zurbrigg 85)
Honky Tonk Blues (Schreiner's 88)
Blues on Parade (McWhirter 87)
St. Louis Blues (Schreiner, 79)
Blues Singer (Gaulter 84)
Basin Street (Gaulter 59)
Bourbon Street (Dunn 85)

and continuing on a Blue Note (Palmer 64)
Blue Rhythm (Whiting 45)
Blue Duet (R.G. Smith 65)
Rapture in Blue (Schreiner's 90)
Blue Chanteuse (McGarvey 77)
Moody Blue (Roderick 75)
Blue Nocturne (Payne 60)
Blue Ballad (Branch 63)
Blue Bayou (Plough 66)
Blue Song (Warburton 73)


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