In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bongó masculinebongo masculine
- In fact, the high bongo plays on an offbeat while the cowbell simply marks the beat.
- With the bongos - a reference to the little darbouka drums of Kancheli's homeland - a suggestion of a folk dance is raised, but then denied very soon after.
- ‘Chanabra’ adds bongos to one of the disc's most aggressive choruses, hinting at future recordings.
- It kind of brought the band back to its roots - we're all close together and playing instruments like mandolin and bongos.
- ‘Until the Dream Gets Broken’ follows with programmed bongos and the same backing vocals, both featured more prominently this time.
- Wiggs handles bass, guitars, drums, and bongos; Trimble plays keyboards, acoustic guitar, and accordion.
- Mrs Stagg bought Kieron a bongo drum for Christmas.
- ‘Sinner Man ‘is a Tamla tornado of sitars, trumpets, bongos and guitars.’
- The first track ‘Una Cancion,’ with it's echoed bongos, steel drums and chilled vocals, will help you forget just how cold it is outside.
- Marlon Brando's personal effects, including a pair of bongo drums and an annotated script of The Godfather, will be auctioned this week.
- The tabla is sort of a cross between the bongos and snare drum.
- Musical groups danced the samba all the way, beating bongo drums and shaking tambourines.
- Backed by live trumpets, guitars, and bongos, Kadiri's debut album is an impressive new force in roots hip-hop.
- Larger bands have trumpets and strings as well as extensive percussion sections in which maracas, guiros, and bongos are primary instruments.
- Last October he was arrested after police found him naked and playing the bongo drums.
- Saturdays, he'd be smoking pot and playing bongos.
- If in doubt, listen to the opening bars of ‘Boston’: guitar, snare, bongos and shakers, what else do you need?
- The only real disappointment I found was the absence of those spectacular bongos at the beginning of ‘The Hazards of Sitting Beneath Palm Trees’.
- Turner entered the hall behind a child's wooden wagon to which a pair of bongo drums had been lashed.
- The combination of bongo drums and some sharp scratching from DJ Kilmore was pretty impressive.
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