How to dance to it? With a big grin; like the cat that got the cream; with Sabor* :wink: ; Anything else you would like to know? :lol:
For a pattern dancer, I think this song would be difficult but for anyone else who listens to the music, they will be fine. When I dance it, I use even more hip action, if that is feasible :lol: and shoulder action/isolations. For me, it is a very playful salsa song. I can hear right now :banana:
* or any other DF member for that matter. As long as my partner is playful, he could have eight left feet :shock: :lol:
I bought the CD when it first came out and it's GREAT as is ALL of Celia's work! I have my DJs play it at our salsa parties and it's best danced to with a lot of (as Mellody43 said) bootyshakin'!
I first learned how to shake booty the latin way to Celia's "La Vida es un Carnaval" , from the album "Mi Vida es cantar" and "La Bomba"(not to be confused with Richie Valen's La Bamba). The latter is a great party dance as it's one of those "follow the leader"(or follow the music) specialty songs!
almost the same as you would do dancehall (reggae). just move that body and booty yo! hah. Actually, theres a video to this song. This song has what we call 'doble sentido' (found in a lot of latin music). Like, two meanings i guess. Like, its saying one thing, but its implying something else at the same time. Kinda ironic, but not exactly. For someone to have 'tumbao', that can mean many things.
Anyways, just get out there and shake it!! :twisted:
yea, this is a great party song. the thing is, at most latin family parties (clubs too), songs like this where you shake your body and booty and all, are danced all together with friends and family. The whole point, is just to get out there, and wild out and have a good time.