Dancing at the Storyville club, Copenhagen, 1952, photo by Helmer Lund Hansen first posted by blueblackdream

Dancing at the Storyville club, Copenhagen, 1952, photo by Helmer Lund Hansen first posted by blueblackdream

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These two are both good but the male dancer is outstanding .. . . he never moves his shoulders compared to what his feet and knees are doing. This pianist is from Switzerland. He plays some of the best Boogie Woogie anywhere. He is so BIG over there, they hold a week-long Boogie Woogie contest every year and all the best players in the world are invited. In this video he is joined by the 2 amazing dancers... The male dancer even has a forties haircut.

These two are both good but the male dancer is outstanding .. . . he never moves his shoulders compared to what his feet and knees are doing. This pianist is from Switzerland. He plays some of the best Boogie Woogie anywhere. He is so BIG over there, they hold a week-long Boogie Woogie contest every year and all the best players in the world are invited. In this video he is joined by the 2 amazing dancers... The male dancer even has a forties haircut.

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I would really love to learn to Jitterbug and go out on weekends all over to fun…

I would really love to learn to Jitterbug and go out on weekends all over to fun…

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The Andrews Sisters . . . In the 1940s the Andrews sisters "found themselves in high demand, and became the most profitable stage attraction in the entire nation, earning $20,000 a week" . . . releasing eight new singles to include 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy', 'Rum and Coca Cola' and 'I’ll be with you in Apple Blossom Time'" (The Andrews Sisters website:  http://www.cmgww.com/music/andrews/about/bio2.html)

The Andrews Sisters . . . In the 1940s the Andrews sisters "found themselves in high demand, and became the most profitable stage attraction in the entire nation, earning $20,000 a week" . . . releasing eight new singles to include 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy', 'Rum and Coca Cola' and 'I’ll be with you in Apple Blossom Time'" (The Andrews Sisters website: http://www.cmgww.com/music/andrews/about/bio2.html)

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Why can't people dance like they did back in the old days? Instead of grinding on each other's butts...

Why can't people dance like they did back in the old days? Instead of grinding on each other's butts...

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The Andrews Sisters: 1940s trio who performed "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" - when I was in middle school I sang this for the USO dance with my two BFFs (@megumi)

The Andrews Sisters: 1940s trio who performed "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" - when I was in middle school I sang this for the USO dance with my two BFFs (@megumi)

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U.S. The Boogie Woogie, June 1940. Some of the younger Osceola migratory camp members who have come to the Belle Glade post office for their mail ~

U.S. The Boogie Woogie, June 1940. Some of the younger Osceola migratory camp members who have come to the Belle Glade post office for their mail ~

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enjoy sunshine,enjoy cool! cheap ray^bans #cheap #ray #bans for women and men. a review of the best place to do that.

enjoy sunshine,enjoy cool! cheap ray^bans #cheap #ray #bans for women and men. a review of the best place to do that.

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