Rudolph & Joan Benesh, ”Introduction to Benesh Dance Notation”, 1969 was the topic of an earlier blog post.
Here I present: Matt Pagett, “Best Dance Moves in the World, Ever: 100 New and Classic Moves and How to Bust Them”, 2008.
Here are the illustrated, step-by-step moves for 100 hot-blooded hipshakers sure to please veteran groove-machines as well as those with two left feet.
With easy-to-follow guides for the Robot, Running Man, Cabbage Patch, Smurf, Hustle, Funky Chicken, Moonwalk, and dozens of other bustable maneuvers, plus inspiration, suitable music, and special advice for each dance, this fun and stylish guide is the key to walking like an Egyptian or breaking it down like Napoleon Dynamite.
Here I presented: Matt Pagett, “Best Dance Moves in the World, Ever: 100 New and Classic Moves and How to Bust Them”, 2008.
The moves in the book by Michael Jackson (moonwalk), James Brown (camelwalk) & Prince (splits) made this book popular in itself.
Robot and Funky Chicken were dancing moves that also made me remember when the moves were popular.
I recognize that not all people are into reading Ballet dancing notation, such as Laban or Benesh. That is why I presented this book. David Bowie & Michael Jackson dancing moves are the kind of steps in the book.
Tanaquil Le Clercq (1929-2000), “The Ballet Cookbook”, 1966 was the topic of an earlier blog post.