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But it's on his own compositions that Serani's really found himself, combining dancehall drums with acoustic guitar and Air Supply strings that perfectly complement his wavery, high-pitched melodies.
* Sounds: Cries and songs range from a raucous to nearly melodic chatter, made up of dozens of variable (and loud) wavery, whiney, wheezy sounds mixed with high whistles and imitations of other bird calls.
But on other tracks like the slow moving Sweet Prince and Only Living Soul, he has the soft whispery, wavery voice of Michael Jackson.
Brian Meehan, who trains the filly, said: "Bicoastal is not going to Keeneland - her blood is just a bit wavery and we didn't want to risk it.
She climbed onto a stool and gave a wavery, though well-rehearsed, rendition of Phil Ochs' "There But for Fortune," followed by Pink's "Dear Mr.
I stared like a drowning person at his wavery face.
Marcus claims that a wavery but unbroken line at least two millennia old connects a startling variety of extravagant religious, literary, and musical expressions: "Little Richard's glossolalia could be traced back thousands of years to gnostic chants that moved through time till they became the sort of prayers offered by mystics like John of Leyden, after which they found their way into Pentecostal churches, where Little Richard learned the language of "Tutti Frutti'" (93).
Her wavery vocal is out of control as it toys with the melody inherent in ballads like Looking For Water and the Sheryl Crow-styled pop-rock of the title track.
fast acoustic guitars, Craig has wavery vocals like Neil Young and a great songwriting style - happy to play fast or let his voice shine through.
A section of the corner cupboard with paneled doors formed the lower portion; upon it rested, with no attachment but gravity, a similar-size unit whose single large door held nine panes of wavery old glass.
Concurrent choice takes place during Grace's rendering of "Believe Me." The song, delivered in a voice both "light" and "wavery," exposes her vulnerability and dependency (368).
Really good--quiet, sparse guitars and percussion, wavery, plaintive vocals, and quirky sound accoutrements create off-kilter melodies that build to moments of rumbling noise, keeping things nicely tense throughout.