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The Hustle - Various - ...And The Beat Goes On! (34 Dance Hits Of The 70s) (CD)

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  1. This quality is the beauty of Hustle! It is the first dance that does not move with the beat, but cuts through the beat right to the count, with the movement emphasis of each step being equal, like the count base of the music it was designed for. The fact that there were no beat restrictions bore many different styles of Hustle.
  2. British Hustle - Various - 60 More Classic Dance Hits Of The 70s. Classic Hits From The 60s & 70s by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on perbtisecbueworkcardsodojanelvama.xyzinfofo(11). Kagaran. at | Reply. Various ‎– The Beat Goes On (The Greatest Hits Of The 60's.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of And The Beat Goes On! (34 Dance Hits Of The 70's) on Discogs/5(10).
  4. Aug 08,  · I understand that 3-count is the proper way to do it, and that 1/2-beat-break step on the "&" really makes the dance look nice and "salsa-ish". But Hustle is practically a dead dance with hardly any enthusiastic newcomers. Trying to get people to step 4 times on 3 beats of music certainly won't.
  5. and the Beat Goes On! - 34 Dance Hits of the 70's, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in on Telstar.4/5(4).
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  7. Nothing tops a good disco beat. The 70s were defined by the mirror ball and disco lights, and the fast pace of catchy 70s dance songs. Dance songs caught on big with flare pants, silky shirts and flashy colors. It's hard to resist a good dance beat. Here are the top 40 disco songs of the 70's: The best beats, flares, and disco hits starts with.
  8. The NYC Hustle dancers from the ‘70s paved the way for the rest of the Hustle community across the U.S. As it continued to evolve, Hustle began to borrow from other dance styles including smooth ballroom, from which it took traveling movements and pivots and other partner dance forms such as swing and the Latin rhythm dances.

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