Beat

Beat or beats may refer to:

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Other articles related to "beat":

Kusemai
... as a Japanese form of song and dance with a strong irregular beat - emphasis is placed on the beat at the expense of the melody ... was of minor importance, and probably involved the performer simply stamping the beat ...
Beat - Other
... Beat (name), a German male given name Beat (soda), a drink manufactured by the Coca-Cola Company in Mexico Beating, in sailing upwind close-hauled with the wind coming from one side and then ...
Down Beat
... Down Beat is an American magazine devoted to "jazz, blues and beyond" to indicate its expansion beyond the jazz realm which it covered exclusively in previous years ... It is named after the "downbeat" in music also called "beat one" or the first beat of a musical measure ... Down Beat publishes results of annual surveys of both its readers and critics in a variety of categories ...
D-beat - Clothing and Visual Style - Drum Beat
... The name "D-beat" refers to a specific drumbeat, associated with The Varukers, Brian Roe (Brains), Discharge, Garry Malloney Tez Roberts, Discharge's first drummer, though rock musicians such as Buzzcocks and ... Three versions of D-beat drum tabs First Play (like early Anti Cimex and Discharge) C

Famous quotes containing the word beat:

    I think that if most guys in America could somehow get their fave-rave poster girl in bed and have total license to do whatever they wanted with this legendary body for one afternoon, at least 75 percent of the guys in the country would elect to beat her up.
    Lester Bangs (1948–1982)

    The talk of sheltering woman from the fierce storms of life is the sheerest mockery, for they beat on her from every point of the compass, just as they do on man, and with more fatal results, for he has been trained to protect himself, to resist, to conquer.
    Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815–1902)

    the grave,
    so humble, so willing to be beat upon
    with its awful lettering and
    the body lying underneath
    without an umbrella.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)