Floyd Council - Workin Man Blues

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Floyd Council - Workin Man Blues

Artist: Floyd Council

Song: Workin Man Blues

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Tuned 1/2 step down standard.

The Floyd in Pink Floyd

Syd Barrett, of Pink Floyd, came up with the band's name by juxtaposing the first names of Council and South Carolina bluesman Pink Anderson. He noticed the names in the liner notes of a 1962 Blind Boy Fuller LP (Philips BBL-7512). The text, written by Paul Oliver, read: "Curley Weaver and Fred McMullen, (...) Pink Anderson or Floyd Council - these were a few amongst the many blues singers that were to be heard in the rolling hills of the Piedmont, or meandering with the streams through the wooded valleys."



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