Soft rock (or light rock) is a derivative form of pop rock that originated in the late 1960s in the U.S. region of Southern California and in the United Kingdom. The style smoothed over the edges of singer-songwriter and pop rock, relying on simple, melodic songs with big, lush productions.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The following is a list of notable soft rock bands and artists and their most notable soft rock songs. This list should not include artists whose main style of music is anything other than soft rock, even if they have released one or more songs that fall under the "soft rock" genre.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Soft rock is subgenre of rock music. Some people find it lighter and more relaxing than rock and roll while some cannot stand it. Some singers and musicians who sing soft rock are: Bread, The Carpenters and Chicago.
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"Soft/Rock" is a single released by Lemon Jelly on 21 June 2001. The 7" single was released in two formats; the first was limited to 1,000 copies and released on blue vinyl, each coming in its own hand-stitched denim sleeve with a flavoured condom, the second was also limited to 1,000 copies but released on black vinyl in a black sleeve with a sticker.
Soft Rock was the last official release by Minneapolis band Lifter Puller.Released in 2002, it was a compilation of nearly all of the band's songs—save those found on their final studio album, Fiestas and Fiascos—and a few other odds and ends.
Underground mining of oil shale in VKG Ojamaa mine in Estonia. Underground soft rock mining is a group of underground mining techniques used to extract coal, oil shale, potash and other minerals or geological materials from sedimentary ("soft") rocks.
From the late 1960s it became common to divide mainstream rock music into soft and hard rock. Soft rock was often derived from folk rock, using acoustic instruments and putting more emphasis on melody and harmonies. Major artists included Carole King, Cat Stevens and James Taylor.
Soft rock (ou lite rock) é um subgênero do pop e rock. As canções do estilo, que se originou no sul da Califórnia na década de 1970, são geralmente simples e melódicas com produções grandes e exuberantes. O soft rock dominou as rádios durante a década de 1970.
Soft rock (se může někdy označovat i jako light rock, easy rock, či mellow rock) je rockový styl hudby, který kombinuje hudební techniky rock and rollu (s elementy folk rocku a singer-songwriter popu), aby tak utvořil lehčí, sametověji laděný zvuk.
Soft rock Soft rock (sa môže niekedy označovať aj ako light rock, easy rock alebo mellow rock) je rockový štýl hudby, ktorý kombinuje hudobné techniky rock and rollu (s elementami folk rocku a singer-songwriter popu), aby tak utvoril ľahší, zamatovejší komerčne ladený zvuk.
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