Dementia blues

Picture : man_diagnosed_as_suffering_from_acute_dementia._Lithograph_Wellcome_L0026694 Dementia Blues ; by some band...i cant remember https://youtu.be/UiuNl69W2dg the cattywampus band with Rick Parker and Bobby Lloyd Hicks #art #music #food #froggshabit

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