dancers Willa Mae Ricker & Leon James showing off the Lindy Hop. The dance evolved in 1927 after Lindbergh's flight when improvisational dancers in Harlem's Savoy Ballroom caused an observer to exclaim, "It looks like their doin' the Lindy Hop."
▶ Flat Foot Floogee (Swing Kids) - 30s' Big Band Benny Goodman - YouTube Flat Foot Floogee was a 1938 jazz song originally written and performed by Slim Gaillard, Slam Stewart, and Bud Green. The song was originally called "Flat Foot Floozie", with "floy-floy" being slang for a venereal disease. The word "floozie" was changed to "floogie" to allow it to be played on the radio.