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Common Sense Bastars - The Dance For Philosophy* - Funky But Chic (CD, Album)

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8 comments on Common Sense Bastars - The Dance For Philosophy* - Funky But Chic (CD, Album)

  1. An eclectic dance-heavy compilation album comprising the typical Jazz Funk standards and many lesser known tracks. It has tracks from the mid's up to the advent of the House scene; through the Disco-days into the early 80's Electro scene/5(11).
  2. Jazz-funk has no long and dramatic history as a young and dynamically developing dance. It was formed just over 10 years ago in Los Angeles. The birth of jazz-funk modern choreography is obliged to 3 American choreographers - Bobby Newberry, Brian Friedman and Kevin Maher who are considered as founders and at the same time the brightest modern representatives of this dance style.
  3. 1. Funky But Chic (Intro) 2. It’s My Turn 3. Suki Kirai Antinomy 4. I’m After Time 5. Funk Up Medley: (1) Bad Paradigm (2) Like A Zombie (3) Vital Temptation (4) Epoché Chance (5) Bad Paradigm (Reprise) 6. Sea of the Algorithm 7. Common Sense Busters 8. Love Variation 9. Say Hello To The Future Live Life Idol Philosophy Best.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dance Dance Dance: % Funk on Discogs.
  5. Blues dancing is a family of historical dances that developed alongside and were danced to blues music, or the contemporary dances that are danced in that aesthetic. Amateur Dancer carried an article entitled "Blues and Rhythm and Blues Dancing" in a July/August issue.. Mura Dehn used the term "The Blues" in The Spirit Moves, Part 1, as the sub-section title of Chapter II, referencing.
  6. ZZ Top's Eliminator was the hands-down party album of the decade, pleasing hard-core boogie freaks and New Wave ironists alike with its bluesy vamping, tawdry lyrics and chic, trashy videos.
  7. Funk is pretty consistently sacrificed to the romantic imperative on this pleasant, but ultimately not very interesting, collection. There's a gentle strut underlying Rick Brown's smooth-jazz trumpet showcase "Nightfall," and Avenue Blue shakes its understated booty on "A Woman's Touch." But Steve Cole's "Stay Awhile" is more typical -- it buries any perceptible rhythmic tension under a thick.
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of Funky Dancer Vol.2 on Discogs.

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