Blues Singer

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"Blues Singer" is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series Somewhere Out There. It was originally broadcast on unknown


Joe is a blues singer. The music of daily life and car accidents. He accidentally kills a woman with a knife, burns down a store, and drowns a hotel manager. "Life is . . ." Joe is a preacher and the mayor tries to shut him down. Nonsense verse against a rhythmic backdrop. Looking in the mirror and seeing greatness.

Interesting Facts


  • "It Could Be Sweet" - Portishead (from "Dummy", 1994)


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This has always been one of my favorites. Lots of nice shocking stuff. "So I drowned him in the toilet." "She died of a heart attack while I was stabbing her."

External Links

Somewhere Out There

Arena (remix) | At the Dark End of the Bar | Bible Salesman | Bible Stories | Black Light | Blues Singer | Call in the Night, A (remix) | Death in the Family, A (remix) | Enterprising Man, An | Escape from Paradise | Eye in the Sky | Fat Man Down | Five Part Dissonance (remix) | God Only Knows | I'm Not Crazy (remix) | Joe Frank Live - Women Police Officers | Journal | Just Get Me Out of Here | Justine | Last Show | Lost Soul | Loved One, The (remix) | Mountain Rain | O.J. Chronicles, The | Obsessions | Other Side, The | Pathology | Philosophy | Phone Therapy | Policemen's Ball, The (remix) | Red Sea | Rent a Family (remix) | Reprise | River, The | Road to Calvary, The | Sacred, The | Soul Mate (remix) | Talk to Me | Three Shingles | White Moon