The song was inspired by Xiola Blue, a friend of Perry Farrell, who came to Los Angeles, possibly around the time of her father's funeral and spent three days. Soon after returning home, Xiola Blue was found dead of an overdose in her apartment. The cover art for Ritual was another Farrell art piece. In , Xiola Blue travelled to Los Angeles to attend her father's funeral. While she was there, she ended up staying with Perry Farrell and. Tu Voz. Tan Cerca De Vos (El Mal). TV Reggae. Mentiras. Memoria. Xiola Muffin In The House. Tan Solo (So Alone). Skankin' Blue. Ska Terror. Punto De Vista. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of "Xiola Blue" on Discogs. Jane Bainter: Xiola Blue was another huge influence on Perry. More like an inspiration than an influence. She came out from the East Coast to. Letters to Xiola is not actually a song, but rather a poem written and performed by Perry Farrell. It can be found on the Hollyword compilation as well as. Dating back to his pre-Jane's days with Psi Com, Farrell befriended Lisa Chester, a.k.a. Xiola Blue, described by Niccoli as "a trust fund. The song was inspired by Xiola Bleu (Perry commonly wrote her name as "Xiola Blue"), who Perry Farrell had known since she was fourteen. Xiola Bleu came to. Farrell's mother killed herself when he was three-and-a-half. A year-old friend of his, Xiola Blue, died of a drug overdose in Not long before, Blue.
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