Aloysius – Destitution Blues


 

Think whiskey, gravel voice, southern leanings, high-octane moonshine, an old Harley and a fistful of debt. The blues never sound so deep, troubled and agonizing as these lo-fi tracks from Minnesota.  An acoustic guitar here, a blues harp there.  This music would have been perfect on my road-trip last week—after seeing a very ill family member in West Texas—through Texarkana, Little Rock, Memphis, Louisville and Seymour Indiana. These are unadorned blues for the troubled and discontent.  Hey, we all need to let it out sometime.  Just be cool and lend your brother a hand and take the time to hear their story.  Okay?      

Aloysius – Recidivism Blues 

Aloysius – San Diego Sweetheart

From Aloysius:

these are songs that i made. some of them have the help of steve and bibs. you can have them:

destitution blues.
ten songs. no dollars. good deal.

i want to play in your basement. or at your bar. or really anywhere you’d have me. i might bring friends. i might be drunk. chances are i will be nice to you, unless you are not nice to me. 

The boy’s name Aloysius \a-loy-sius\ is pronounced al-oo-ISH-us. It is of Old German origin, and its meaning is “famous warrior“. Latin version of Luigi or Louis, also related to Clovis and Ludwig. The name was rather common in Italy in the Middle Ages, and was by made popular by the 16thcentury Italian saint Aloysius, patron saint of students. Sixteen kings of France bore the French form of this name, Louis

Aloysius has 14 variant forms: Ahlois, Aloess, Alois, Aloisio, Aloisius, Aloisio, Aloj, Alojzy, Aloys, Lewis, Louis, Ludwick, Ludwig and Lutwick

For more information, see also related names Aloiki and Elois

Baby names that sound like Aloysius are Ulysses and Ulises

Aloysius is an uncommon first name for men and an equally uncommon last name for both men and women. (1990 U.S. Census) 

~ by castleqwayr on July 5, 2010.

One Response to “Aloysius – Destitution Blues”

  1. […] Just be cool and lend your brother a hand and take the time to hear their story. Okay?” -heroes of indie music […]

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