big beat

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big beat

n.
Popular music, especially rock music, having a strong backbeat.

big beat

n
(Pop Music)
a. an eclectic type of dance music in which heavy beats and samples are layered over the songs or instrumental tracks of other performers or bands
b. (as modifier): a big-beat compilation.
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Inside the Harborne cafe there is a joyful absence of rowdy bigbeat music, just gentle Edith Piaf-style tunes.
His bigbeat sound defined an era, so the numerous hits here evoke all sorts of fond memories.
MUSIC: Jerry Lee Lewis's sister Linda Gail-Lewis, billed as the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll, heads the line-up in this Operation Bigbeat show.
Doug Darroch, of Operation Bigbeat which has organised the show, said: ``Elvis had got in touch with James Burton about being part of the famous 1968 TV special, but he was unavailable, so then Elvis recruited him as lead guitarist for his new band in 1969.
Just as it is when every so often I have a terrific need to take my "clapperboards" to some smoky club and just play blues, or three-chord bigbeat .
Room Three - probably the Speakeasy in the Student's Union - is for Independiente's American import Deejay Punk Roc, at the forefront of the BigBeat movement.
Operation Bigbeat is presenting a triple bill featuring local legends Karl Terry and the Cruisers and the Clayton Squares.
Bigbeat reaches a climax with Christmas Special on December 18 when The Bootles will be supported by the Fabulous Lee Curtis and Nicky Crouch's Mojos.
OPERATION Bigbeat has other events lined up for this year, which celebrates 50 years since Elvis recorded That's AllRight (Mama), regarded by some as the first rock and roll record.
For three friends, who run the promotions firm,Operation Bigbeat,are planning to celebrate 50 years of rock and roll with a series of events and concerts.