backbeat

noun a loud steady beat
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Backbeat

[biography] Backbeat: Earl Palmer`s Story is the biography of pioneer rock and roll drummer Earl Palmer. The book is by music journalist Tony Scherman with a foreword by Wynton Marsalis. More than half the text is directly quoted from Palmer, making the book as much an autobiography as it is a biography. The story begins with Palmer as a fo...
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BackBeat

[duo] BackBeat is a pop duo based in Hampshire, UK. The current duo was formed in the mid-1990s when Dave Lloyd, who had run the duo with a number of partners for several years, was joined by guitarist/vocalist Ray Palmer. Dave plays keyboards and sings. His musical roots lie partly in the music of the `80s, but also has a strong affinity w...
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Backbeat

that late night thrumming of puppy paws against your back, during a particularly exciting doggie dream.
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backbeat

[n] - (rock music) a loud steady beat
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