The Blues' bluenote is a 64th note. Doesn't sound significant until you know that St. Louis was established as a settlement/city in 1764. Are there any other primary logos tie the city in with the team itself without the use of letters or writing the city in the logo?
Can you back this up for me some more, Karby.
I hope it's true, but I'm having trouble with it.
A 64th note has four flags attached to your standard quarter note. The Blues logo has a separation at the top of the note where the wing/flags are attached. This is not a feature seen in a musical note, but is one seen in illustrations of wings attached to an object. Further, the wing attached to the Bluenote is made up of 6 "feathers." The saving grace in your theory, perhaps, is that there is clearly more visual importance on the top 4 feathers/flags than the last two.
Still, it bothers me that I can dispute the theory easy enough and dont have legitimate confirmation. So if you can give it to me, that'd be great.
Like I said, I hope it's true.
And now I'm gonna go pull out my copy of Note By Note.