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Garrybl  (Level: 291.8 - Posts: 6770)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:12 AM


I'm working while listening to the music of Louis Moreau Gottschalk -- maybe the first great American composer.
His grand tarantelle is about the only piece of music that makes me want to dance (don't tell my wife who does not believe there is any such music). But a lot of his music gets me working in time to the beat -- I'm not sure there is any other composer or modern music I could say that of.

What music just makes you get up and dance?

Salzypat  (Level: 161.6 - Posts: 5414)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:38 AM

jitterbug music from the '40s. But I wouldn't call what I do dancing. Maybe more like bouncing and rumbling along.

Sandracam  (Level: 149.3 - Posts: 4190)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:42 AM

80s Talking Heads. And Pat, I think we dance alike

Mrbojangles  (Level: 16.6 - Posts: 231)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:43 AM

It's a toss up between

Johann Sebastian Bachs "Branderberg Concerto No. 2 in F"


"The Chicken Dance"

Smokydevil  (Level: 163.0 - Posts: 5381)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:45 AM

LOL, the chicken dance rules. Sorry Barry, I don't dance.

Garrybl  (Level: 291.8 - Posts: 6770)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:45 AM

Yes those two always sound alike to me too.

Monkeynips13  (Level: 21.5 - Posts: 647)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:48 AM

New wave 80's punk and ska music. And I don't think I'll ever tire of doing the "Time Warp."

Sherilynn1962  (Level: 116.2 - Posts: 372)
Mon, 25th May '09 11:54 AM

Thank you, Alison. I'm not a dancer, but I don't know many people who can just sit there during Time Warp.

Can't wait to go to Reno in August (if i'm still here) so i can do the Time Warp again....

Carreau  (Level: 245.9 - Posts: 140)
Mon, 25th May '09 12:09 PM

Couple of movie soundtracks:

"Dancing at Lughnasa," the music that got all the sisters dancing in the yard.

"Babe," the jazzed-up arrangement of Saint-Saens's Organ Concerto, with the old man cavorting around the house.

Papajensai  (Level: 201.6 - Posts: 1024)
Mon, 25th May '09 12:23 PM

Good ol' Grateful Dead music.

Former members of which were Keith and Donna Jean Godchaux.

Coincidence? Perhaps.

Bbear  (Level: 167.3 - Posts: 2297)
Mon, 25th May '09 12:38 PM

Gloria Gaynor.


Pat Benetar (especially when I'm in a bad mood)


Ladyvol  (Level: 212.2 - Posts: 5649)
Mon, 25th May '09 8:59 PM

Anything by Chubby Checker! LOL

Lodi  (Level: 106.0 - Posts: 2144)
Mon, 25th May '09 9:26 PM

I like to create my own mixes. If I'm making a CD to put me in a good mood, I'll include:

.38 Special, Journey, Boston, AC/DC, Heart, Three Doors Down, Bon Jovi, etc.

P.S. Pet Peeve - People who spell Benatar incorrectly.

Oldcougar  (Level: 228.1 - Posts: 1935)
Tue, 26th May '09 4:51 AM

Almost anything with a fast beat, if its danceable (sp) I like it. My fav would be bluesy rock. I wish I was in better health so I could take Ballroom dancing. An Ex & I once cleared the floor in a cabaret while Jiving & got a standing "O" at the end (this was about 1980 so I guess most youngsters couldn't jive by then), made my day. To those of you would think they can't dance, forget it, just get up & have fun. Good for the waistline, good for the soul

Mplaw51  (Level: 184.4 - Posts: 1581)
Tue, 26th May '09 6:21 AM

Good answers, Lodi.

Rock and roll is great to dance to, so is old school R&B, Motown music. Can't sit still when I hear it. Salsa music makes me want to dance also but I don't know the latin dances, just like the music.

M48ortal  (Level: 261.8 - Posts: 3828)
Tue, 26th May '09 6:36 AM

The Twist


Twist and Shout

And if they play "The Stripper," you don't wanna be there. (Again, picture Wilford Brimley...)

Davidf  (Level: 102.1 - Posts: 746)
Tue, 26th May '09 8:37 AM

David Bowie and Cygnet Committee, that is the best song ever written, in my subjective opinion of course

Collioure  (Level: 113.7 - Posts: 9952)
Tue, 26th May '09 2:24 PM

I only dance the sardana.

So La Santa Espina

It's one of the unofficial Catalan national anthems from the reign of Franco who forbid all forms of Catalan expression.

Allena  (Level: 266.3 - Posts: 1408)
Tue, 26th May '09 2:48 PM

I dance with the woman that likes this music ... right now!

Barry ... I won't tell but really, dancing is not torture.
When no one is around and you have a mirror ... oh well, maybe its too late for old dogs.

Nanpaulhus  (Level: 144.4 - Posts: 351)
Thu, 28th May '09 1:46 AM

"Hound Dog" and anything trance

Larefamiliaris  (Level: 135.2 - Posts: 877)
Thu, 28th May '09 11:59 AM

What makes me put on my dancin' feet?
Jaaaaaaaaaaames Brown.

What makes me wish my feet were better dancers?
1930's/40's stuff - Count Basie, Mills Brothers, Cab Calloway and the like.

What makes my wife wish I'd sit down/go to the bar?

What makes me think I can dance better than everyone else?
And the admiring/despairing glances of others. Often I get the two muddled up...

Suzer22  (Level: 165.6 - Posts: 1982)
Thu, 28th May '09 2:00 PM

Martin - you're hilarious!

I'll dance to anything...I've been caught several times tap dancing to the rhythm of the copy machine!

I never understood how people can get up en masse when a certain song plays that sounds just like all the others to me! They all have a beat of some sort - or if they don't, I move into Modern Dance mode

Actually I hate the swaying and gyrating that pass for dancing in most bars. Give me a partner who can lead and some swing music and I'm in heaven!

Haydn  (Level: 207.3 - Posts: 260)
Fri, 29th May '09 11:31 PM

Gottschalk was from New Orleans, originally, to go back to the first comment. Fun stuff for the heart and the soul, but not for the feet, at least not for me.

I don't dance, but if I did, Chopin waltzes or mazurkas would do the trick. Maybe Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring...perfect for dancers with two left feet.

Naomi4195  (Level: 51.7 - Posts: 184)
Sat, 30th May '09 1:44 AM

For me it would be all classic rock and new country which are kind of similar. I love to do all kinds of ballroom dancing as well. Love to dance.

Fainodraino  (Level: 113.1 - Posts: 240)
Tue, 2nd Jun '09 5:01 PM

Haydn, watch out for the people storming the stage!!!

Bobolicios  (Level: 119.6 - Posts: 1745)
Tue, 2nd Jun '09 7:12 PM

Dancing is the second most fun two people can do together!

Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Wed, 3rd Jun '09 11:41 AM

Dancing is nothing but vertical foreplay.

Mitchy  (Level: 135.6 - Posts: 964)
Wed, 3rd Jun '09 6:32 PM

Funky Town -Lipps Inc
Money Talks-AC/DC
Satisfied Man- Molly Hatchet
Just about all of Stars on 45 medley

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