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  • noun Plural form of instrumental.


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  • But the actual funk tracks on this are really nice, the kind of thing you want to put in a high-rotation playlist for urban walking; think of the fat-bass instrumentals from the Fat Albert theme with a George Clinton's slitheriest, perviest licks.

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  • Public Enemy is posting vocal tracks from their next disc on the Net and asking would-be DJs to mix in instrumentals and post them.

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  • His latest project is a three-album compilation titled “Tryptych” that contains new music. melodies and instrumentals from the composer’s works that had yet to have been performed.

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  • I’m getting my groove together and takin’ it on the road with these two mildly funky instrumentals from the U.K.

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  • The instrumentals are the stars of this album; along with "Barroquita", the songs "La Muerte del Rey", "Patita" and "Atlantico" are solid, melodic and Latin-tinged folk delights that show a band of musicians who may still be developing their technical skills but are clearly in-synch as a single-minded collective.

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  • You don't hear a lot of instrumentals, which is great because you get to hear her unbelievable vocal ability.

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  • As you may have gathered from the large number of "instrumentals" in the set list, the evening's performance was less than stellar.

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  • On closer inspection, there weren't any lyrics for either Neighbourhood of Infinity or I Feel Voxish - as according to the booklet they're both "instrumentals" (God knows what I'd been hallucinating all these years then).

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  • Of course, Bangladesh added to Pharrell's template the rhythmically triggered vocal samples, which caught on as a textural gesture in its own right, beyond the songs in question here - though it builds of course, in its whimsical way, on a longstanding trend toward incorporating vocal samples in hip-hop "instrumentals" (dating back at least to early RZA).

  • Solo verse, all chorus“I wasn't ready to go”…words stop at“tennessee's my brother,” as they dock, instrumentals continues/fades soon after excitement of Nashville port, arm and arm marines/friends



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