easy listening


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easy listening

n.
Light or popular musical compositions, usually having a prominent melody and a quiet or blended arrangement.
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Speaking five years ago, when he was a sprightly 86, to The Sunday Post about Easy listening legend Bur t Bacharach touring, he said: "It's a way of meeting people.
We have built an easy connect with young listeners and poetry aficionados across all age groups because what we do makes for easy listening, much like in a college jam session.
Decades passed before the term "easy listening" was applied to essentially the same music.
THE term easy listening gives off an almost 'fuzzy'' feeling and to see even the younger generation of today tapping away to the likes of the Carpenters is proof that easy listening is engrained in, and has shaped, society every bit as much as rock and pop.
It's gives off an almost 'fuzzy' feeling to see even the younger generation of today tapping away to the likes of the Carpenters, for example; proof that easy listening is engrained in, and has shaped, society every bit as much as rock and pop.
Her repertoire is original music, easy listening, classical and ethnic music.
It's no coincidence she's already collaborated with 60s easy listening guru Burt Bacharach.
It's harmony pop with Nashville nuance that will delight Dixie diehards while offering an easy listening introduction to newcomers.
Since the stations closure, programmes from BFBS UK were relayed on the former transmitters of BFBS 2, which in stark contrast to the old easy listening format, largely consists of DJs playing dance, pop and rock.
James Taylor @ CIA, Cardiff (tonight) THE master of easy listening - parents will flock, and a nation of kids left home alone will riot.
Because only stations using the Easy Listening format were at risk of abandoning it, the sample consists of 286 stations.
On Elastic he dares to make music that verges on easy listening yet never slips into blandness.