Discussion in 'Ballroom Dance' started by Meagan, Sep 7, 2014.
It's a little rough for a jive I think...
Yes. My old bones wouldn't keep up. Maybe at 10% slower?
Yeah, I put it into my quickstep playlist, rather than jive.
Quickstep fits it much better I think.
Kesha's new album is out. An expected place to find Viennese Waltz's. August 2017
One requiring some pretty mad skills at full speed. The lyrics are a hoot and could be fun in a show number.
The other at a much more forgiving pace, but with an unexpected duet of
Kesha and Dolly Parton.
Those are unexpected indeed. I like the "godzilla" song though.
Speaking of Kesha, if you're not bothered by language and you're no where near kids, this new song of hers is my cha-cha JAM!
Cha Cha Cha
I Feel Good ft. LunchMoney Lewis
He He He... is someone becoming a Country convert Though I must admit it's kinda Pop.
It's definitely pop - I found it on his album where I was looking for a specific duet with him and another country singer. The more common version of that song I hated, and this was the next song on the list after that.
That Thomas Rhett sing and tgif by katy Perry have the same music structure.
Portugal. The Man
"Feel It Still"
@MaggieMoves: You totally called this song as being great for Samba. I was watching the World DanceSport Federation's 2017 World Open Latin in Japan and the final 6 couples danced to it. I don't think I am allowed to post the link because I am a new member, but if anyone is interested in watching it just paste the title into youtube and it comes right up. "The Final Reel | 2017 World Open Latin | DanceSport Total" and Samba is from 0:00-12:54.
Sometimes it's nice being right.
I mean, some of us got on board the Trumpets train back in October 2016, just saying ...
Still after me!
Is that you DJ'ing?
Haha, this doesn't surprise me after reading through the Song ID thread. You seem to be quite the ballroom music expert =)
I heard this on the my radio earlier this week:
Hustle or WCS
Mono Mind - Save Me A Place (2017)
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