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I'm bouncing you a message off the night sky," she sings in the album opener, Running Out Of Time, melding the Eastern sounds and her funky groove into a straight North American back beat.
Them philharmonic cats can't hold a back beat if their life depends on it .
Other labels that have signed up for digital distribution through the DMI network include Back Beat Records (Greenbelt, MD), Bullseye Records (Ontario, Canada), DefBeat Records (Ontario, Canada), DIG Music (Sacramento, CA), Fall of Rome Records (Los Angeles, CA), SimpleStyle Records (Parkville, MO), Smile Records (West Hills, CA), Syntax Records (Lemon Grove, CA), Zip Records (US and Australia), and more.
SAVVY shoppers are planning to with back beat the VAT man and save over pounds 1billion by splashing out on expensive items like TVs and computers ahead of the tax rise.
Their guests include the storytelling bard of South Yorkshire as well as Simone Rebello's percussion group, Back Beat.
There were DJs spinning discs, the aromas of Chinese noodle food and a back beat of drummers.
NEW YORK, July 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Fania Records announced the release of five rare recordings from the 1960s - 70s "boogalu" era that feature the funky back beat of Joe Bataan and the East Side Kids; the raw energy of George Guzman; the jam sessions of Joey Pastrana; the romance of Ralfi Pagan and the "salsa" of Panamanian crooner, Azuquita (Sugar) and his "Orquesta Melao.
It exposes the 'falsity of crime statistics' and identifies the urgent need to bring back beat bobbies.
Winning trainer Tom McCourt said: "She was a bit unlucky in running when Step Back beat her at Down Royal last weekend.
Blue (Da Ba Dee)" is drenched in electronic swashes, from the pulsating back beat to the bleeps and blurps that decorate the chorus.
With strong melodies, a big bad back beat, inventive horn arrangements, and beautiful ballads, the group plays easily understandable music, which crosses cultural barriers.
MICK McCARTHY savoured a rare Wolves win as his struggling team fought back beat relegation rivals QPR 2-1 at Loftus Road.
Sounding like Morrissey singing over a funky-house back beat with Jimmy Hendrix on guitar, Friendly Fires certainly proved they have talent to burn.