Some articles on backing:
... Roger Waters — EMS VCS 3, lead and backing vocals, megaphone vocals David Gilmour — lead vocals, backing vocals (intro), laughter, guitars, bass guitar, Prophet-5 synthesiser Nick Mason ...
... The decal itself is on a backing material such as paper or plastic sheeting much like a transparency ... is placed in the desired location with the backing side up ... The decal is then applied by burnishing the backing with a stylus or similar object such as a ballpoint pen ...
... Carole King Vocals, Piano Teddy Andreadis Keyboards, Piano, Harmonica, Backing Vocals Bill Mason Additional Keyboards Rudy Guess Guitar and Backing Vocals Slash Lead Guitar ...
... In addition to paper, backing for sandpaper includes cloth (cotton, polyester, rayon), PET film, and "fibre", or rubber ... Cloth backing is used for sandpaper discs and belts, while mylar is used as backing for extremely fine grits ... Fibre or vulcanized fibre is a strong backing material consisting of many layers of polymer impregnated paper ...
... Murland – Lead Vocals, Keyboards, Piano Dann Miller – Lead/Rhythm Guitars, Backing Vocals Wil Spent – Bass, Backing Vocals J ... Andrew Ireland – Drums, Percussion, Backing Vocals ...
More definitions of "backing":
- (noun): Financial resources provided to make some project possible.
Synonyms: support, financial support, funding, financial backing
Famous quotes containing the word backing:
“Better risk loss of truth than chance of errorthat is your faith-vetoers exact position. He is actively playing his stake as much as the believer is; he is backing the field against the religious hypothesis, just as the believer is backing the religious hypothesis against the field.”
—William James (18421910)
“When I moved in with a bathing suit and tea bags
the ocean rumbled like a train backing up
and at each window secrets came in
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“And no one, it seemed, had had the presence of mind
To initiate proceedings or stop the wheel
From the number it was backing away from as it stopped:
It was performing prettily; the puncture stayed unseen....”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)