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As for approaching the old material, the mid-'00s alt-rock revivalist is compromising his forward-thinking nature with an appreciation for the past by giving fans a bit of both on the upcoming tour.
But this was Sean Brock, the Southern culinary revivalist with an arm covered in vegetable tattoos, who had collected vintage bottles of American bourbon like a maniacal museum curator.
The essential elements of Kabbalah were popularized in Eastern Europe in the 18th century, by the revivalist, mystical Jewish movement known as Hasidism.
Arcade Fire's Reflektor album (and title-track single) dabbled in the darker side of disco, with assists from earlier revivalist James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem and Studio 54 OG David Bowie.
The paper reported that the revivalist got into a fight with some performers from a carnival.
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Definition of revivalist for English Language Learners
religion : someone who organizes and leads a revival meeting
: someone who uses or practices something that was popular in the past
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