from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Suitable for dancing: a danceable melody.
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- adj. Suitable for dancing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suitable for dancing
Arty Hill and the Long Gone Daddys 'music is described as danceable, traditional country.
But it's been more than four years since 2005's Supernature, the last Goldfrapp LP that could accurately be described as danceable
McLean seems to be lamenting the lack of "danceable" music in rock and roll and (in part) attributing that lack to the absence of Buddy Holly et al. (Verse 1)
It's anyone's guess as to whether I'll attend, but you'd better believe I'm taking my turn at the controls if I do, all requests for "danceable" music aside.
Plus, he has shown more than one side of his singing abilities and he has done them all well, such as danceable (My Perogative), vulnerable (Always on My Mind), and soulful (Ooo Baby Baby).
Driven by a huge percussion section, with weird and wayward textures, vividly descriptive melodies and a shimmer of emotion, this is music that is not only sophisticated, but also danceable.
The music presented on “Fist of God” is almost always interesting and extremely danceable but many times is held back by the guest singer.
But the electronic music mastermind who expertly mixes experimental ideas with danceable beats is coming back to town, and this time he gets to play at a club that will best showcase his array of sounds.
The irresistibly danceable blues-zydeco fusion music pioneered by the late accordionist Alton Rubin Sr. (aka Rockin 'Dopsie) continues to evolve in the nimble fingers of a second generation.
Portico Quartet found the young audience that put them on the 2008 Mercury prize shortlist through the unique sound they invented as buskers – hooky and danceable systems music coloured by the melodic chime of the tuned hang drum, with jazzy textures furnished by a double-bass and a sax.
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