Word of the Day: Echo (verb only)
ech·o /ˈekō/, verb:
1. to produce a repetitive sound; imitate
example: The church bells echoed through the quiet town long after the bell hammers had ceased.
2. to fill a place with repetitive sound
The stars went out and so did the moon.
The singer stopped playing and went to bed
While the Weary Blues echoed through his head.
Excerpt from The Weary Blues by Langston Hughes, 1902 – 1967
“The blues echoes right through into soul…It’s part of the make-up of modern music. You can’t turn your back on the blues.” Ronnie Wood, 1947 –