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  • n. Alternative spelling of bongos.

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Examples

  • One of the many distinctive and memorable features of the show was the musical score by Edwin Astley, which heavily featured the harpsichord and some very, very idiosyncratic "cool jazz" arrangements, ultra-heavy on the bongoes, making it on of the more memorable TV scores of the 1960's.

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  • A lack of thumbs might prove to make some things difficult, but I could always use this as an opportunity to learn how to play the bongoes or wave like the Queen.

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  • I'm one of the five members of the band (I played tin whistle, gob iron and bongoes and did vocals).

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  • I am willing to spend around 59.99 USD for there babies their yellow four padded bongoes and are compadable with JAM SESSIONS! ya ninty

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  • No musical talent at all but Mrs Diz bought me a pair of bongoes a few years ago.

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