blue funk


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blue funk

(ˈblu ˈfəŋk)
n. a state of depression. You’ve got to get out of your blue funk and get back to work.
See also: blue, funk
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Three exquisite spoken-word pieces --A Barrio Trilogy Plus-- featuring the theatrical troupe Culture Clash along with Cuban jazz pianist Omar Sosa - pay homage to East Los Angeles and the San Francisco Mission with a bittersweet blue funk filled with acidy harmonic edges.
I sense a total breakdown of the vision thing I can't believe I have to vote for Bob Dole," a libertarian Republican money manager recently e-mailed me in a blue funk.
Blue Funk, a Dublin-based artists' collective, created a haunting video/slide/sound installation examining the legend of Saint Eusebius (patron saint of Arnhem) for the lobby of a former post office.
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There is, according to Lasch, such a deep-rooted hopelessness in America that even such positive developments as the end of the Cold War exacerbate rather than relieve the nation's blue funk.
STREWTH,Alice, what a swampland of botheration we've squelched through this week ab out the proposed new European Union constitution, with furious folk getting into blue funk passions ab out Mr Blair's suddenvolte face over a referendum.