a type of people tune that originated among Ebony Americans at the start of the twentieth century has a melancholoy noise from repeated utilized of blue records
- a situation of depression
- a kind of folksong that originated among Black People in the us at the beginning of the 20th century; has a melancholy noise from repeated use of blue notes
as a music type featuring flatted thirds and sevenths, perhaps c.1895 (though formally 1912, in W.C. Handy's "Memphis Blues"); indicating "depression, low spirits" goes back to 1741, from adjectival blue "low-spirited," belated 14c.
The apartment overlooked the beautiful blues and greens of the ocean.