soft rock


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soft rock

n.
Rock music that is restrained in style and is characterized by the predominance of melody and harmony.

soft′ rock′


n.
rock and roll that is relatively melodic in style with an underemphasized beat.
[1965–70]
References in classic literature ?
Zig-zag trails led up to them, and narrow ledges scooped from the face of the soft rock connected those upon the same level.
One arm of the river flowed through a deep, narrow ravine, which its current had worn in the soft rock, directly beneath his feet, forming an effectual defense, as he believed, against any danger from that quarter; the water, a few rods above them, plunging, glancing, and sweeping along in its most violent and broken manner.
They were all on the one stratum, hollowed out of some soft rock which lay between the volcanic basalt forming the ruddy cliffs above them, and the hard granite which formed their base.
The band was founded in 1999 creating soft rock tunes, blending traditional Arabic sounds with modern and western tunes.
Australian soft rock group Air Supply will bring their iconic hits to The Orleans Showroom on Sept.
Soapstone is a soft rock and it is easily scratched in countertop use.
Shaggy, George Benson, Kool & the Gang, and soft rock duo Air Supply headline the 25th St Lucia Jazz and Arts festival from April 29 - May 8.
In geotechnical engineering, the water-softening effect on mechanical properties of the soft rock is one of the important theoretical and practical problems.
Airing pop and soft rock, MeTVFM is the radio format companion to MeTV, Memorable Entertainment Television, which targets Boomers.
It's easy to forget just how big soft rock was in the 1980s - but bands with big hair were big business - bona fide household names in fact.
Taking the concept of bringing the machine to the material one step further, ALLU has developed a system for processing soft rock.
The mural will include images illustrating the history of the neighborhood, including members of the soft rock group Orpheus, which was founded on Crown Hill in the late 1960s and has reunited.