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  • v. Present participle of balladeer.

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Examples

  • And while Sinatra's seemingly effortless balladeering had some "bel canto" qualities to it, his attention was mostly directed toward the American songbook, of which he became the foremost interpreter.

    When Italians Ruled the Airwaves

  • And Atkins channeled Patsy Cline while balladeering on the downbeat "Hotel Plaster" and "The Tower."

    In concert: Nicole Atkins at Rock & Roll Hotel

  • As Porter showed on London's Revoice! festival, he can unite soul styles from Barry White to Stevie Wonder, Kurt Elling's pin-sharp, improv precision, balladeering delicacy, and also add a social/political agenda.

    This week's new live music

  • I'm sure the younger Bards would be thrilled with such a rich topic for balladeering.

    Widows and Orphans

  • What happened to the clean-cut wholesomeness and raw talents of the Michael Jackson types albeit before he became a ruinous pervert - thanks to the excesses of fame and fortune and the balladeering of Lionel Richie types, and the deep soul-piercing and heartfelt music of the Stevie Wonder types?

    Obama-Kennedy Dream Ticket and Other Itemized Musings

  • But the final product was lame, generic balladeering by someone who's heyday had long been over notwithstanding a few tracks from his Audioslave project.

    Alicia Keys and Jack White's Bond Song - Another Way To Die « FirstShowing.net

  • “More Than Words” was about as good as power balladeering ever got.

    Fargo Rock City

  • Apparently Bob†™ s balladeering, acoustic trio phase only lasted the one album, John Wesley Harding, and once again it†™ s off to something new. “I†™ ll Be Your Baby Tonight” wasn†™ t a fluke, it was an omen.

    Nashville Skyline

  • Gulping Janet Devlin and gurning Craig Colton both did their usual sincere balladeering.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • He makes radio-ready country music with the kind of rock 'n' roll swagger and skillful balladeering that would make Kid Rock envious.

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