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“This compelling set mixes tango with other Argentinian styles, and matches his gruff, often half-spoken lyrics against settings that range from slinky, melodic passages to wailing freeform clarinet, harmonica, bagpipes, guitar and piano.”
“This is especially evident when you talk to small town Texans at a bar and they drunkenly correct their half-spoken racial slur with the word ACORN once they catch their drunken racial slip-up.”
“The duo Floetry's appeal is all about the chemistry between Natalie Stewart's half-rapped, half-spoken counterpoint to Marsha Ambrosius's acrobatic singing.”
“He capped the late set on Wednesday with a surprisingly somber note, a haunting, half-spoken monolog on "I Keep Goin ' Back To Joe's," showing how that Marvin Fisher gem may yet unseat "One for My Baby" as the supreme saloon song.”
“The result is a bravely thoughtful mood piece, dominated by the half-spoken March 11, 1962, which chronicles her agonising phone call with her birth mother, who refused to meet her.”
“(Soundbite of song) Mr. RACHID TAHA (Singer): (Singing in foreign language) EYRE: The dark chord changes, torn-up half-spoken vocals and seasonings of electronica are quintessential Rachid Taha, and so are the idiosyncratic lyrics.”
“Aaron Weiss stands apart with his half-sung, half-spoken lyrics about spirituality and philosophy.”
“Aaron Weiss stands apart with his half-sung, half-spoken lyrics about ...”
“Later, when we get to the half-spoken, half-rapped part of Thriller made famous by Vincent Price, they go at it in unison:”
“Murphy comes strolling out as the jerry-curled crooner Randy Watson, singing a perfect parody of half-sung/half-spoken sexy soul with his cheesy band Sexual Chocolate.”
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