rumble

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rumble

1. in. to fight. The gangs are rumbling over on Fourth Street.
2. n. a fight; a street fight; a gang fight. My brother was hurt in a gang rumble.
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As for the concert, while filmed with a dearth of visual flair, there are some musically inspired moments, most strikingly Nick Cave's rumblingly gothic version of Suzanne, the Handsome Family and Linda Thompson's haunting reading of 1000 Kisses Deep (bizarrely absent from the soundtrack CD), Jarvis Cocker with Death of a Ladies Man and Antony (he of the Johnsons) pouring transcendental liquid tones across If It Be Your Will.
With the slow waltzing Mrs Charlton The Second, an achingly sad This House I Pass (which borrows a few musical lines from Leadbelly's Goodnight Irene), the rumblingly earthy six minute Lightening Oak (on which the Neil Young influence is readily apparent) and the tender swaying hurt of Saltwater Running providing the stand-outs, perhaps he'll get to fulfil the alt-country promise his former band never delivered.