Definitions for "Bedrock"
Solid rock that lies under the soil and fragmented rock.
The competent rock type near surface overlain only by surficial material (soil, alluvial, etc.).
solid rock that is exposed at the Earth's surface or that is covered by unconsolidated materials, like soil.
Bedrock is a DJ mix album produced by John Digweed. It was released in the United Kingdom on INCredible and in the United States on Ultra Records.
Bedrock is a trance and house production duo featuring John Digweed and Nick Muir. They produced the singles "For What You Dream Of" (1993) (featured in Trainspotting), "Set In Stone/Forbidden Zone" (1997), "Heaven Scent/Lifeline" (1999) (featured in the movie "Go"), "Voices" (2000) which all reached the UK singles chart. More recently they have released the "Beautiful Strange EP" (2001), "Emerald" (2002), "Forge" (2003) and "Santiago" (2005).
Bedrock is an EP by The Foetus All-Nude Revue released by Self Immolation/Some Bizzare in 1987.
Bedrock is the fictional prehistoric city that is home to the characters of the television animated series The Flintstones.
Bedrock was a joint-effort by Apple Computer and Symantec to produce a cross platform programming framework for programming on the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows platforms. The project was a failure for various political reasons, and after delivering a beta version the project died in late 1993.
a name that will have all progressive fans quaking in their boots in anticipation
principles from which other truths can be derived; "first you must learn the fundamentals"; "let's get down to basics"