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February 18, 2017


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It is generally difficult to state who "concocted" a move shape, unless it was a show move that was advanced, similar to the Charleston, Black Bottom, or Varsity Drag. And still, at the end of the day you can take a gander at the move and talk about its underlying foundations in effectively existing well known moves. And furthermore how individuals took the show move and, in the dance hall, blended it with moves they definitely knew; and how move educators transformed it to what they needed to find in the dance floor.

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