I was listening to Terry Gross on NPR’s Fresh Air on Thursday and they had a wonderful piece on singer Sugar Pie DeSanto.
I decided then and there that this would be my Feel Good Friday song.
Tonight I want to go the party Sugar Pie is about to attend and watch her dance all night long.
Oh, and I don’t have a clue why all the visuals in the video are shots of vintage scooters. Not a clue, but they’re pretty cool too.
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Tagged dancing, Fresh Air, music, NPR, Soulful Dress, Sugar Pie DeSanto
Tiger Woods has now officially apologized in front of the cameras for his personal indiscretions.
In honor of that, how about a song with Sorry in the title not once but twice.
You’ll have to watch it multiple times to actually meet the equivalent number of apologies necessary for each and every one of Tiger’s affairs.
Nothing says “Sorry” like a bunch of orange-clad Filipino prisoners dancing in unison with teenage girls on hand to watch. I’m a bit confused by the young female audience.
For more information about the prison dance routines, visit Byron F Garcia.
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Tagged Byron F Garcia, dancing, Filipino dancers, music, prison dancers, Sorry Sorry, Tiger apology, Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods apology
I have told you people before that I have no musical ability nor rhythm.
I’m flogging a dead horse here at the SQ nest lately with all this musical talk it seems, but when I do flog it’s in a staccato and non-rhythmic way of course.
Despite that information, I do enjoy dancing whether anybody else enjoys my efforts or not. I think Elaine from Seinfeld captured my mojo magic perfectly.
Granted, I’m not the lone purveyor of party dance fouls, but fortunately no video exists of my smooth moves (fingers crossed.)
However, thanks to the glory of the innerwebs, other people’s dance disasters have been shared with the rest of the world.
Manofest has clips of the 10 Most Embarrassing Moments in White People Dancing History (not including Elaine).
The list includes celebrities, politicians, athletes and just folks trying to step in style with poor results.
If you’re in need of a laugh today, it’s funny stuff.
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Tagged dancing, Elaine dancing, Elaine from Seinfeld dancing, embarrassing, embarrassing dances, embarrassing moments, funny, funny dances, Manofest, Pop Culture, Seinfeld, white people dancing