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Do the Hucklebuck

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La Ballata dei Fessi b/w Rumba Peligrosa  Gigolo  Continental Records (Italy)

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Before “Social Distancing” we had social dancing

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Danzones  Marimba Lira de Chiapas de los Hnos. Meda U.  Guitarra Records (Mexico).  I don’t know the name of the cover artist though it’s a very familiar style that I see on many other latin records.  Can anyone help?

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Jazzy chef

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Cocinando Twist a la Mexicana  Kay Perez y su Grupo  Dimsa Records (Mexico)

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Blue jean bop

IMG_0883Los Teen Tops “Rock”  Fontana Records (Spain)

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Don’t try this at home

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Rockin’ Around with Ray Conniff, his orchestra and chorus  Philips Records  “Calling All Dancers!”

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Kissin’ and Twistin’

IMG_0108“Let Us Dance”  with Karel Vlach and his Orchestra Supraphon Records (Czech Republic)

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Up jumped Spring!

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Joe Loss and his Orchestra  “Top Pop Dance Party”  EMI Columbia Records (UK)

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The stuff you gotta watch

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Buddy Johnson (with sis Ella on the mic)  “Walkin”  Mercury Records  (1957) A great swingin’ record with big band, honkin’ horns and smokin’ vocals melding R&B and blues into early Rock n’ Roll!  Art design by Darrill Connelly.  Woodrow Wilson “Buddy” Johnson (January 10, 1915 – February 9, 1977).  Nice review of the album with download here at the BeBop Wino blog.

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Hot to trot

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Los Trotamundos (The Globetrotters!)   “A Ritmo de CUMBIA”  Musart Records (Columbia)

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Tchips ahoy

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“Dancing at the MOOG -O- THEQUE”  Bobby Setter and his group Cash and Carry  Including the million seller “Tchip Tchip”  Kilroy Records (Holland)  Synth artistry on the Moog from Belgium.

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