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Types of Blue

Acid Blues
Acid Blues

Acid rock. Acid rock is a loosely defined type of rock music that evolved out of the mid-1960s garage punk movement and helped launch the psychedelic subculture. The style is generally defined by distorted guitars, lyrics with drug references, and long improvised jams.

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African Blues
African Blues

African-American topics. Blues is a genre and musical form originated by African Americans in the Deep South of the United States around the end of the 19th century. The genre developed from roots in African musical traditions, African-American work songs, spirituals, and folk music.

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Agate
Agate

Agate / ˈ æ ɡ ə t / is a rock consisting primarily of cryptocrystalline silica, chiefly chalcedony, alternating with microgranular quartz. It is characterized by its fineness of grain and variety of color.

Apatite
Apatite

Apatite (Blue) Introduction to the Meaning and Uses of Blue Apatite. Apatite is a dual-action stone, known for its positive use of personal power to achieve goals. It clears away confusion, apathy or negativity, then, stimulates the intellect to expand knowledge and truth, which may be used for personal growth or for the collective good.

Aquamarine
Aquamarine

Aquamarine is a color that is a bluish tint of cerulean toned toward cyan. It is named after the mineral aquamarine, a gemstone mainly found in granite rocks. The first recorded use of aquamarine as a color name in English was in 1598.

Azurite
Azurite

Azurite is a copper carbonate hydroxide mineral with a chemical composition of Cu 3 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 2. It is best known for its characteristic deep blue to violet-blue color. The blue color, known as "azure," is like the deep blue evening skies often seen above deserts and winter landscapes.

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Baby Blue
Baby Blue

Blue Baby Blue is an urban legend about a strange game that kids play in bathrooms. If you perform the ritual, they say an evil ghostly infant will appear in your arms. This urban legend is related to the myth of Bloody Mary.

Benitoite
Benitoite

Benitoite ( /bɛn.ˈi.toʊ.aɪt/) is a rare blue barium titanium silicate mineral, found in hydrothermally altered serpentinite. Benitoite fluoresces under short wave ultraviolet light, appearing bright blue to bluish white in color.

Bice
Bice

Bice, from the French bis, originally meaning dark-coloured, is a green or blue pigment. In French the terms vert bis and azur bis mean dark green and dark blue respectively. Bice pigments were generally prepared from basic copper carbonates, but sometimes ultramarine or other pigments were used.

Bleu Celeste
Bleu Celeste

Bleu celeste (/ˌbluː səˈlɛst/, "sky blue") is a rarely occurring and non-standard tincture in heraldry (not being one of the seven main colours or metals or the three staynard colours). This tincture is sometimes also called ciel or simply celeste.

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Bleu de France (Colour)
Bleu de France (Colour)

Bleu de France (Blue of France) is a colour traditionally used to represent France. Blue has been used in the heraldry of the French monarchy since at least the 12th century, with the golden fleurs-de-lis of the kings always set on a blue (heraldic "azure") background.

Blue in Judaism
Blue in Judaism

Blue in Judaism is used to symbolise divinity, because blue is the color of the sky and sea. It can also represent equilibrium, since its hue suggests a shade midway between white and black, day and night.

Blue-Gray
Blue-Gray

Blue-gray; (American English) blue-grey (British English) is a medium bluish-gray color. Another name for this color is livid; this color name comes from the Latin color term lividus meaning "'a dull leaden-blue color', and also used to describe the color of contused flesh, leading to the English expression 'black and blue'".

Blue-Green
Blue-Green

Blue-green belongs to the cyan family of colors. When mixed (green and blue) it creates a bottle green-like color. When mixed (green and blue) it creates a bottle green-like color. The source of this color is the List of Crayola crayon colors.

Blues Rock
Blues Rock

Blues rock is a fusion genre combining elements of blues and rock. It is mostly an electric ensemble-style music with instrumentation similar to electric blues and rock: electric guitar, electric bass, and drums, often with Hammond organ.

British Blues
British Blues

British blues is a form of music derived from American blues that originated in the late 1950s and which reached its height of mainstream popularity in the 1960s, when it developed a distinctive and influential style dominated by electric guitar and made international stars of several proponents of the genre including The Rolling Stones, The Animals ...

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Byzantine Blue
Byzantine Blue

Byzantine blue is the color, best explained as light celestial, lazuli to dark Egyptian blue. It come in light and dark nuances and it is already found on Byzantine frescoes of Hagia Sofia, Nerezi (nerezian blue), in Macedonia.

Canadian Blues
Canadian Blues

Canadian blues is the blues and blues-related music (e.g., blues rock) performed by blues bands and performers in Canada. Canadian blues artists include singers, players of the main blues instruments: guitar (acoustic and electric), harmonica ("blues harp"), keyboards (piano and Hammond organ), bass and drums, songwriters and music producers.

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Chalcedony
Chalcedony

Chalcedony is sometimes dyed to create more vibrant colors. This is especially true of vivid blue, red, and pink colors. White Chalcedony is also occasionally dyed light blue to resemble natural blue Chalcedony.

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Chicago Blues
Chicago Blues

The Chicago blues is a form of blues music indigenous to Chicago, Illinois. Chicago blues is a type of urban blues.

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Chrysocolla
Chrysocolla

Chrysocolla is a sharply colored mineral. Its color can be among the brightest shade of blue and green, and is caused by its copper content. Chrysocolla is often coated by a drusy layer of glossy clear Quartz, or intergrown together with the Quartz.

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Classic Female Blues
Classic Female Blues

Classic female blues was an early form of blues music, popular in the 1920s. An amalgam of traditional folk blues and urban theater music, the style is also known as vaudeville blues. Classic blues were performed by female singers accompanied by pianists or small jazz ensembles and were the first blues to be recorded.

Diamond
Diamond

Blue diamonds are considered extremely rare and quite valuable. They are among the rarest colors in the color diamond family. Since blue diamonds are so unique, there are many questions that are frequently asked regarding their rarity, authenticity, color origin, and value.

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