Did you perchance mean spanking?
- v. present participle of skank.
“Such wizardry was once the preserve of the reggae producer, and Dennis Bovell – a legendary figure on the UK scene – is still employing his old tricks on this reworking of Steve Mason's album Boys Outside: there's skanking piano, some chicken-scratch guitar, great stabs of horns and echo effects everywhere.”
“The least people like that 1970's Foxy Brown-esque vampire can do is die in her own era and avoid skanking up eternity ... in my less than humble opinion.: smirk:”
“Most of the time, though, from what we've heard, they keep their folk tunes and their skanking ones separate, but when the elements do combine it's reggae-folk with Latin American harmonies and flavour.”
“But they also, inspired by Augustus Pablo, play melodicas and have dub-spacious productions and skanking rhythms.”
“I do think the D.R.I graffitti might be The "skanking guy" tag originating from the Ska movement.”
“Next we'll be hearing about the ghost of Elvis haunting a kitchen or the ghost of Paris Hilton skanking it up on some European dance floor.”
“Baby hags skanking it up on the mats during nap time at day care.”
“Outside of the importance of content is the music itself -- "War" is a damn good song: hard horn stabs, lax and precise hi hat behind a pounding bass drum, the easy swagger of Nesta's skanking guitar.”
“The two start skanking their asses off as the band keeps playing the riff.”
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