Shake the Salsa by Pete Bax

Pete Bax
SHAKE THE SALSA
By: Pete Bax
Catalog ID: 691979   Duration: 1:24  
Genre: Drum sounds (kicks, snares, rolls, fills, crashes, ride cymbals and more) | Drum solos
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Salsa dancing originated in New York in the mid-1970s. It evolved from earlier dance forms such as "Cha cha cha" and Mambo incorporated elements of Swing dancing and Hustle, as well as elements of Afro-Cuban and Afro-Caribbean dances such as Guaguanco and Pachanga now it has its own style   Keywords: Montuno rhythm Tumbao Cali-Style Caribbean rhythms salsa Pachanga and Boogaloo sauce Miami-style Casino Palladium Ballroom Latin Cuba Puerto Rico african Salsa needs shaking to get the full flavour and this track lets you shake and shimmy good. Salsa dance socials are commonly held in night clubs, bars, ballrooms, restaurants, and outside, especially if part of an outdoor festival. Salsa dancing is an international dance that can be found in most metropolitan cities in the world. Festivals are held annually, often called a Salsa Congress, in various host cities aimed to attract variety of salsa dancers from other cities and countries. The events bring dancers together to share their passion for the dance, build community, and to share moves and tips with each other. These events usually include salsa dance performers, live salsa music, workshops, open dancing, and contests. Many clubs exist to teach you to shake everything this takes a lot of practice its a bit like Yoga for Shaking you must get the part of the body to shake without the rest joining in but if you cannot do it you can watch.



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