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smooch

Informal
Brit a piece of music played for dancing to slowly and amorously
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Back in the 1970s no respectable teenage disco failed to conclude with Albatross, the archetypal smoocher, which had actually been released in 1968, a year after the band was formed by Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green and John McVie.
And offering Angels by Robbie Williams as a round-the-night-off smoocher is riper than Camembertthese days.
As Samantha tries to come to terms with that horror, lending some comfort is serial smoocher Des Barnes (Phil Middlemiss).
The title track opens proceedings, an R&B tinged smoocher wouldn't sound out of place on a Macy Gray album.
They'll enjoy it so much that they'll do it again, but both ultimately decide the act is unsatisfying because neither smoocher nor smoochee sports a male organ.
Neil played Murdoch and there could only be one man to play legendary smoocher Face - Daithi O Se.
Thin on ideas or originality, this cover of Kristine Blond's smoocher by the Manchester trio of Aaron, Mina and Michelle turns the original into a party-popping fiesta of high-register synths, jerky bass and squeaky voices.
Elsewhere, however, she delivers a spine tingling smoocher with Luther Vandross, his last performance before his recent stroke.
He has much greater presence as a soulful smoocher - Hidden Agenda is an involving plea from a protective lover boy, pained to see his beloved being mistreated.
OK, so he performed the dire Charles Aznavour smoocher She, but he more than erased those embarrassing memories with his latest album, When I Was Cruel, which has been acclaimed as yet another work worthy of inclusion in the mighty Costello canon.
An affecting blend of sweet and dreamy smoochers (Dancing With Character), pulsating, libido-flexing suggestiveness (Dip My Toe) and tropical treats (Atletico), the album charts the pair's journey from professional collaborators to starry-eyed lovers.