Top Definition
When two or more people play musical instruments together, with or without a vocal accompaniment and are perfectly on-beat, never missing a note or going off tempo in any way.

The Expression "in the pocket" most commonly refers to the musical genres of jazz, blues, bluegrass and flamenco.
"Wow.. have you heard Django Reinhardts minor swing? The whole song is in the pocket!"

"Man, the Tolga Quartet are really in the pocket tonight"

by guitarguru13 August 19, 2007
A complimentary reference describing a live musical performance, akin to an athlete being in "the zone".
Me: I just saw James Taylor live, his performance of the song "Shower the People" was so "in the pocket".
by DutchKormidlo December 10, 2010
a way of saying something is good, certain or if a joke is made at anothers expense. often used in conjunction with out of sight and off the hook.
person 1> you suck!
person 2> you're mum sucks!
person 3> outta sight!
person 2> off the hook!
person 3> in the pocket!

(better examples exsist in daily life)...
by joepster September 24, 2007

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