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In many ways, Juneteenth is an extended meditation on that line, a splendid riff on the "lower frequencies" that cut through American racial divisiveness and demand acknowledgment of the complex ties which bind all Americans.
THE guitar riff on Deep Purple's Smoke On The Water has been voted the greatest of all time.
The Heroes are unashamedly big on riffs, in part because vocalist Justin Schlosberg was a later addition to the original quartet.
From the opening rockaway riff of Nothing to the post-psychedelic swirl of the title track finale, this is a pop-rock tour de force that outguns all its Stateside rivals.
RIFFS provides the content, security, digital rights management and CD-quality sound that fuels music downloads.
On stage, his playing, except when bashing out a monster riff on the bass strings, was thin and sometimes almost inaudible.
This extension, which is improvisation, is to riff from the tradition the method that can make the solution fit the indigenous style; it is to make the tradition your own.
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Choppy riffs and a catchy chorus will satisfy their growing fanbase.
The driving thunderous bass and choppy riffs of Pandemonium was a highlight.
Catchy, jangly guitar riffs are slung about violently.
Bastinado is peppered with huge chord riffs and Expedestrians is all rock and not very much roll.
An inspired Ron Carter lays down the funky bass ostinatos, guitarist Bill Frisell adds the tasty fills (sans his typical delay effects), alto saxophonist Arthur Blythe riffs obliquely and Baron grooves on do-wacka-do rhythms.
The use of the jazz/blues motif as an archeological tool simultaneously riffs on the verb to dig, the black vernacular term meaning `to understand' or `to appreciate' something.