Exotic Dance

// September 21st, 2017 // 2 Comments » // Electronic Dance Music

The exciting rhythms played on oriental and african drums help to release blocked energy. Dancing induces the flow and it again becomes available for daily living.

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Song & Dance

// September 19th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

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Best of Country Line Dance

// September 17th, 2017 // No Comments » // Dance

Best of Country Line Dance by Country Dance Kings

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Tap Dance Rhythms

// September 13th, 2017 // 3 Comments » // EDM

Johnny Maddox is widely regarded as one of the leading experts on rag time piano, both as a performer and historian and collector. It is a position he has maintain for more than sixty years, having enjoyed his first hit in 1950 with St Louis Tickle backed with Crazy Bone Rag. Tap Dance Rhythms was originally released on Dot in 1956 and quickly became one of his most successful albums, retaining that popularity even today, hence its reissue on CD.

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Save the Last Dance (2001 Film)

// September 11th, 2017 // 2 Comments » // EDM

Save the Last Dance …The soundtrack has no shortage of notable R&B and hip-hop performersJulia Stiles (The Devil’s Own) and Sean Patrick Thomas (Cruel Intentions) star in this romantic musical drama about an interracial couple drawn past cultural barriers and united by music and dance. The soundtrack has no shortage of notable R&B and hip-hop performers. However, as the title Save the Last Dance implies, this is primarily a platform for the art of the slow dance. Rappers Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, and the late Notorious B.I.G. (featured as part of 112’s track, “Only You”) represent the harder end of the spectrum (however, Snoop is paired with Q-Tip and Lucy Pearl for a smoother ride than usual). But the dramatic shuffle of the soundtrack’s first single, K-Ci & Jo-Jo’s “Crazy,” represents the best of what’s offered here. Pink’s playful “You Make Me Sick” and Donnell Jones’s “U Know What’s Up” are among the other tuneful highlights. –Rob O’Connor

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