Discussion in 'Swing Discussion Boards' started by Phil Owl, Nov 8, 2007.
Cleo's Mood - David McMurray
I'm Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down - Ann Peebles
Love & Happiness - Al Green
Snap Your Fingers - Ronnie Milsap
Dazz - Brick
Only You - Ringo Starr
Natural Man - Lou Rawls
I Can't Go For That - Hall & Oates
Ask Me No Questions - BB King
Let's Walk - Austin DeLong
Bubba's Shag Shack - Bill Coday
Eeezy Now - AquaBlue
What I love about WCS is that my favorite tunes to dance it to aren't much different to my favorite tunes in general. Love the fact that it can be danced to pretty much anything. That said my current favorites are these:
Robert Palmer - Addicted to Love
Mike Morgan - Cause I Love You
Prince - Cream
RLJ - Danny's All-Star Joint
The Commitments - Mustang Sally
Danny Gatton - Funky Mama
George Benson - Baby Workout
Travis Tritt - Honky Tonk Woman
The Weekend - I Can't Feel My Face
Duke Durmont - Ocean Drive
Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk
Rickie Lee Jones? You know that one? I've got that on vinyl! Love her first album. Never thought of WCS for that song.
Who plays it (DJ)?
I got curious about Honky Tonk Woman, found guitar arrangement that maybe even I could learn, and ended up with this http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/music/a931/esq0699-jun-cooder-rev-2/
says the Stones got the idea for the song from him.
That Rickie Lee Jones song has been played at WCS comps for a long time! Maybe not that frequently but it's been around a long time.
Yea I heard it in one of jnj videos that I watched. Never heard of the song before but fortunately Shazam was able to identify the artist.
And Jason Colacino and Katie Boyle dancing to Honky Tonk Woman is what got me into WCS to begin with
Oh, forgot to add Highway to Hell and You Shook Me All Night Long by AC/DC to the list of my favorites.
Mighty Mo Rodgers - Shame! Heard it on one of online blues radio stations on TuneIn, absolutely love it!
We have an excellent Jazz station here in Portland, KMHD. They've been having it on at the coffee place where I spend a lot of time.
I heard this one a while ago.
It's another one I doubt I'll hear out dancing anywhere.
Take it, Ella. Swing it.
1956? I wonder...
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