Definition of soft rock in English:

soft rock

Syllabification: soft rock

noun

  • Rock music with a less persistent beat and more emphasis on lyrics and melody than hard rock has.
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    • So we have some jangly guitar songs with a dance floor four four beat, some incongruous soft rock and then some straightforward house.
    • Combine all that talent and irreverence with classic soft rock and it's pure music alchemy.
    • And Easum is probably correct that much of the soft rock or pop music that he advocates for worship has become a kind of generic musical product, with no set of specifically worldly associations that would prevent its use in worship.

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