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Rhythmically complex and with difficult balance issues for the first piano part, this piece remains worth the effort.
Allama Muhammad Iqbal's grandson, Waleed Iqbal, aired these ideas speaking at an award competition held on the 136th birth anniversary of Allama Muhammad Iqbal at the Aiwan-i-Karkunan-i-Tehreek-i-Pakistan Lahore, in which boy- and girl-students from colleges and universities rhythmically rendered Iqbal's poetry.
As The Magnolia Sisters set the crowd swinging with their catchy country music, the blue security van parked nearby decided to chime in with its alarm blaring rhythmically - totally out of time with the riff.
Rabbit noses twitch rhythmically and only quit when they are totally relaxed, probably asleep.
But people sang and danced to some of the most poignant, intense and rhythmically exciting music of all time.
The "live" portion features Deja Taylor, a 2007 Louder than a Bomb poetry slam finalist whose School Agers was recently recorded for Chicago Public Radio, along with 2008 finalists from the slam; the ladies of Teatro Luna, getting in touch with their masculine sides in an excerpt from their recent interview-based, urban-flavored show MACHOS; absurdist storyteller Reggie Watts, with Amy O'Neal and Orianna Herrman, in Disinformation; beat-box artist Yuri Lane, who creates 15 rhythmically unique characters in From Tel Aviv to Ramallah, with video projections by Sharif Ezzat; and the Suicide Kings's In Spite of Everything, directed by Marc Bamuthi Joseph, which explores the aftermath of a school shooting.
Voice and guitar are interwoven throughout the song in rhythmically complex patterns.
On some tracks, such as the slippery "Shoutin' Down" or the rhythmically tricky "Worry Not," one wonders at his rhythm section's ability to follow along, let alone to make it sound easy as they do.
Although forced to concede the lead to Favouring early in the straight, Stack stuck to the inside rail and also stuck to his task, driving his mount rhythmically and effectively.
Paddling rhythmically is Zen-like, and soon we were off to explore the bay from the eye level of sea otters, who love to play in the kelp beds.
All are welcome in Dawkins' big tent; one need only be revolted by the excesses of religion, such as the "decent, gentle, mainstream religious instructors who lined [future suicide bombers] up in their madrasas, sitting in rows, rhythmically nodding their innocent little head up and down while they learned every word of their holy book like demented parrots.
Scratchings Of A Summer Chicken" is a delightful compilation of thoroughly enjoyable, deftly crafted, and rhythmically cadenced verse that is as thoughtful and thought-provoking as it is simply fun to browse through.