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Forget Art, Let’s Dance (extended Dance Party mixed tape by Dr. Winch)

Posted in Dance, Music, Uncategorized on April 21, 2015 by Mr. Winch

Get On the Floor

“Celebration” Kool & the Gang (1980)

“DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love” Usher (2010)

“Hey Ya!” OutKast (2003)

“Family Affair” Mary J. Blige (2001)

“Time Of Our Lives” Pitbull and Ne-Yo (2015)

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Cyndi Lauper (1984)

“Turn Down For What”  DJ Snake and Lil Jon

“Love Shack” B-52s (1980s)

“Rock and Roll High School” Ramones

“Let’s Dance” Ramones

“The Crunge” Led Zeppelin (1973)

“Bad Boy Boogie” AC/DC

“Riff Raff” AC/DC

“Anarchy in the UK” Sex Pistols

“Walk this Way” Aerosmith (1975)

“Walk This Way” Run DMC (1986)

“Super Freak” Rick James (1981)

“1999” Prince (1983)

“Sex Machine” James Brown

‘Uptown Funk’ Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars

“Brick House” Commodores (1977)

“Rollercoaster” Ohio Players

“Flashlight” Parliament (1978)

“Car Wash” Rose Royce (1976)

“Dancing Queen” Abba (1976)

“I Feel Love” Donna Summer (1977)

“Heart of Glass”  Blondie (1977)

“Le Freak” Chic (1978)

“Ring My Bell”  Anita Ward (1978)

“Boogie Wonderland” Earth, Wind and Fire (1979)

“Rapper’s Delight” Sugarhill Gang (1979)

“King Tim III” Fatback Band (1979)

“(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)”  Beastie Boys (1987)

“Dancing With Myself” Billy Idol (1981)

Slow it Down

“Easy” Commodores

“Thinking Out Loud” Ed Sheeran

“All of Me” John Legend

“Time After Time” Cyndi Lauper

“Strawberry Letter #23” Brothers Johnson (1978)

“Wonderful World” Sam Cooke

“No Woman No Cry” Bob Marley

Mid-tempo transition

“Wonderful World Beautiful People” Jimmy Cliff (1969)

“I Can See Clearly Now”  Johnny Nash (1972)

“Brown-Eyed Girl” Van Morrison (1960s)

“All Night Long” Lionel Richie (1983)

“Why Can’t We Be Friends” War (1975)

“Lowrider” War (1975)

“My Girl” Temptations (1960)

“What’s Going On” Marvin Gaye (1972)

Baby Love” The Supremes

“Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” 4 Tops

“ABC” Jackson 5

“Everybody is a Star” Sly & the Family Stone (1960s)

Get On the Floor (Again)

“Is This Love” Bob Marley

“Stir it up” Bob Marley

“Three Little Birds” Bob Marley

“Shout” Isley Brothers (1960s)

“I Want to Take You Higher” Sly and the Family Stone

“Stand” Sly and the Family Stone (1960s)

“Dance to the Music” Sly and the Family Stone (1960s)

“Everyday People” Sly and the Family Stone (1960s)

“Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again)” Sly (1960s)

“C’mon Ride It (The Train)” Quad City DJs (1996)

“Loco-motion” Little Eva (1962)

“Shotgun” Jr. Walker (1960s)

“Superstition”  Stevie Wonder

Papa Was A Rollin’ Stone” The Temptations

“You Can’t Hurry Love” The Supremes

“Upside Down” Diana Ross (1980s)

“Hips Don’t Lie” Shakira (2006)

“Don’t Stop the Music” Rihanna (2007)

“Let’s Get It Started” Black Eyed Peas (2004)

“Hotel Room Service” Pitbull (2009)

“On the Floor” Jennifer Lopez (2011)

“Bust a Move” Young MC (1989)

“Wild Thing” Tone Loc (1988)

“Wild Thing” Troggs (1960s)

“Tequila” The Champs (1960s)

“Louie Louie” The Kingsmen (1960s)

“Don’t Leave Me this Way” Thelma Houston

“No Diggity” Blackstreet (1996)

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Ruin by Ana Garrett

Posted in Dance, Hip-Hop with tags , , on June 27, 2014 by Mr. Winch

Ruin and Lil Style Ripper are the best krumpers in the world. Ruin has arm placements, speed, control, character, basics, tricks and puzzles. Ruin tells a story when he krumps and when he get buck, he gets the crowd hype. Lil Style Ripper has material, basics, tricks, character and storytelling when he battles.  When they battle,  Ruin has more material so while both are great, I have to say that Ruin is the best.

Prince Royce’s “Darte Un Beso” by Genesis

Posted in Dance, Music with tags , , on May 15, 2014 by Mr. Winch

“Darte Un Beso” by Prince Royce is such a beautiful Spanish song that when you hear it, you want to get up and dance. I’m a big fan of dancing to Spanish music, especially dancing bachata, which is the type of music this song is. It would make you want to go to a Hispanic party just to dance. Whenever this song is played and there’s a crowd, you can’t stay seated.  You have no choice. You have to dance.