In 2003, John Clarke in The Times wrote that “Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground” was “the most intense and startling blues record ever made”. Francis Davis, author of The History of the Blues concurs, writing “In terms of its intensity alone—its spiritual ache—there is nothing else from the period to compare to Johnson’s ‘Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground’, on which his guitar takes the part of a preacher and his wordless voice the part of a rapt congregation.”
couldn’t look away from the woman beside her, she hardly ever could anymore.
Even in her jounin uniform and with her face half covered, she was beautiful.
Her hair was silver spikes and Sakura wondered if she kept it short with a
kunai, the way it was chopped and uneven. But it worked for her, either way.
She remembered Naruto saying when they were younger that it made it hard to
tell if Kakashi was a woman or not, but even he couldn’t deny that he was
attracted to her anyway.