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As many hardcore Pokémon fans know, myths make up a huge part of the fandom. Myths about Pokémon, people, the past, the Great Pokémon War- plenty of myths for each and every one of those topics, Lavender Town being the largest myth generator of them all. Does adding myths as their own section make sense? Perhaps with or after the Trivia? Myths may be exactly what they are - myths, but are a huge part of the Pokémon universe, sometimes eclipsing the thing it's about. I'm a newbie, and, at the time of writing, I've only joined yesterday. Please answer my question. ---TongueTwisted (talk) 21:38, 19 May 2014 (UTC)


Here is a three-disc box of blues tunes from artists across the music's classic spectrum. There are a total of 38 tracks here (not exactly big) compiled with little rhyme or reason, but the material is engaging. It seems the emphasis is on the harder R&B style of blues more than anything else, with cuts by Big Joe Turner and Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson as well as Johnny Otis and Memphis Slim. But there are some anomalies, such as entries by Jimmy Smith, Nyles Jones, Roy Gaines, Percy Mayfield, and Bill Wharton as well. John Lee Hooker is represented, as is B.B. King, but nothing from Muddy Waters, Sonny Boy Williamson, or Howlin' Wolf. The collection is willy-nilly and sketchy, but provides solid listening pleasure nonetheless. Historians and hardcore fans will no doubt be disappointed, and newcomers would do better to look elsewhere for an introduction.


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