Monthly Archives: November 2011

John Mwale – Kenyatta Aliteswa Sana (Kenya)

From VA – Africa Dances (1972) Review: What The Harder They Come does for reggae this sampler attempts to do for the American-influenced urban music of Africa. Its scope is necessarily broad, but only once does an alien-sounding rhythm (Arabic tarabu) interfere with its remarkable listenability. The mood might be described as folk music with brass, for although the horn techniques are familiar from big-band jazz, r&b, and especially
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, the overall effect is much less biting than that would imply. There’s something penetratingly decent, humorous, and even civil about this music, as if the equanimity of tribal cultures at peace at least with themselves has not yet been overwhelmed by media-nourished crosscultural complexities. If this is my misapprehension, perhaps it is reinforced by the fact that the lyrics aren’t in English, although I don’t get anything similar from
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. Anyway, a find. A Robert Christgau

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Salsa Babies

Where can mums take their little movers to dance to hot latin music plus learn spanish? Erica Ehm checked out a Babies class to find out why it’s become one of the hottest workout destinatation for new mummies and babies on the move. More info at www.yummymummyclub.ca

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Learn Salsa ON2 Dancing – Waiter Turn Patterns

Learn to Dance ON2. We teach you in this video how to do a waiter turn 5 different ways. We are Toronto’s premier
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dance school teaching
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ON2.

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Salsa by Leticia & Symon at Baile Retro 2011

by Leticia & Symon @ Baile Retro 2011 Mtv Bar on 23rd November 2011 Playa del Ingles

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