Discussion in 'Tango Argentino' started by UKDancer, Mar 6, 2013.
I bet Sixela would have got it
Its just such a long two notes nuuuuuuun-caa (2:30~)
I've been seriously working in 1954 and 1955 and the music - first swing then Bill Haley - the West Coast Swing was danced to. Odd that I would end up seriously considering buying this book, but then that's how Amoazon has achieved global dominance.
Looks like more several members have used the book as a source. And I'm getting more and more into the music we dance to.
It is well worth its modest price, but some of his views are rather subjective (and why not?). However, he has very little to say about the fifties, compared with the 30s & 40s - but that just reflects the volume of recordings from the peak of the Golden Age and the fact that they tend to be preferred (by most) over later material, for dancing.
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