On the dance floor in Japan, 1964//
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. let's dance .
Showing motion in still photography: On the dance floor in Japan, 1964.
you go girl! :p
Michael Rougier for LIFE magazine | Teenage Wasteland | Japanese Youth in Revolt | Tokyo, 1964 | let it all out | dance | dancing | expression | black & white | Japan | 1960s | backbend | www.republicofyou.com.au
Sound System Culture
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Old Is Cool Hip Hop Sessions 2 (New & Old School Maicon Tosth) by Maicon Tosth on SoundCloud
On the eve of a new book celebrating the ‘Sound System Culture’ of Huddersfield, Toddla T looks at the legacy of British bass music on NOWNESS
Go on kid!
Coleções gigantes de vinil
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'Dust & Grooves', A Coffee Table Book Celebrating Amazing Record Collections
These are the world’s most obsessive album collectors
Colecionador de discos de vinil | Vinyl records collector ♬ "O único problema de ter tantos discos é como você mantê-los arquivados. Eu tenho um sistema com base em gêneros, países e outros critérios." - Claas Brieler (Berlim - Alemanha) | "The one problem with having so many records is, how do you keep them filed. I have a system based on genres, countries, and other criteria." - Claas Brieler (Berlin - Germany)
Dust Grooves — Photographs by Eilon Paz of the World's Largest Record Collections - Esquire
Ann-Margret - Bye Bye Birdie, 1963.
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Ann Margret in "Bye Bye Birdie." Great dance number.
i would use this link to let them see 60s crazy dancer his wad from "ByeByeBirdie". With dick van dyke and Anne margaret!
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Dancer and Choreographer Pearl Primus, PhD. Taught Maya Angelou African Dance
Dancer and choreographer Pearl Primus dancer/anthropologist studied Afro-Hatian, West Indian, and Latin Dance forms. Contributed findings to the growing vocabulary of modern jazz dance in the 1940s.
Pearl Primus, danseuse américaine dans le ballet African ceremonial, 1945, photo: Gerda Peterich
I didn’t know, did you know…® Even though this pioneering woman was born yesterday, we couldn’t resist sharing it a day later. Pearl Primus was a dancer, choreographer and anthropologist: Dancer/choreographer Pearl Primus, born this day in 1919 (d. 1994) was a pioneer in melding African and modern dance techniques.
Dancer & choreographer Pearl Eileen Primus (11/29/19 – 10/ 29/94) was a dancer, choreographer & anthropologist. She played an important role in the presentation of African dance in America.Early on,she saw the need to promote African dance as an art form worthy of study & performance.Her work was an effort to guide the Western world to view African dance as an important & dignified statement about another way of life.
Undated photograph by James Newberry.