squeezebox


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squeeze·box

 (skwēz′bŏks′)
n.
An accordion.
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IT was a casual invitation to play together at a folk festival in 2016 which bought violinist Peter Knight and squeezebox player John Spiers together.
Some of the older speakers, like the B&O BeoSound 5 and the Logitech Squeezebox, can still support Spotify streaming by connecting a smartphone via Bluetooth.
This creates a kind of a "trembling" sound for squeezebox instruments, harmonica and melodica.
Each of the bands featured here have their own story, such as Mountain Ash's Squeezebox who carried on even after the unfortunate death of their drummer, just as they finished recording their debut album in 2000.
Thursday's show features Maslen on lead guitar and squeezebox and fellow founder member, singer and guitarist Ron Holmes.
It will use Andy Vine''s powerful political cartoons and animation; puppetry and musical arrangements by folk singer and squeezebox player John Kirkpatrick of the songs and rallying hymns of the Dorset labouring classes that resound down the years.
Then implausibly so how easily we play this squeezebox, step wide & bow to beat the band, so many loves belong to us, our song is a perilous thrust, a pistol really, handheld & in consequence so much easier to aim.
WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-November 8, 2011-Logitech introduces MOG music service for Squeezebox players(C)1995-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
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He travels to Austria, Italy and Germany where it was developed into the squeezebox we know today.
The Chipolatas return to SIRF with their squeezebox and backbeats - catch their high energy performance of Gentlemen of the Road.