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 EVERYONE Take Note: The Line Dance Foundation is putting together a video for the COVID-19 Pandemic. April 26th at 2 pm LDF is asking for everyone to dance The Electric Slide to the song "We're All In This Together" from High School Musical and video yourself in costume or PJs or Ball Gown doing the dance with the rest of the world and send it in (where to be announced later). Rick Meyers (Hillbilly Rick) will compile all the videos into one and post it as soon as he has finished with it. The song will be broadcast on 4/26/20 at 2 pm on the internet from London, England https://www.linedancer-radio.com/        Starting at 1:45 in London - 8:45 NYC here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/StreamLineDance/



Alison Johnstone  of  Line Dance Foundation announces     
          LDF DANCE SOLO TOGETHER WORLDWIDE                                             CHALLENGE!

Dance the ELECTRIC SLIDE to the song “We’re All In This Together” from High School Musical. You can make a video if you like of a few walls anytime from now.Send them by WE TRANSFER to dancesolotogether@gmail.c
om In Fancy dress, Pajamas, Ball Gowns, or of course normal clothes ;-). You don't have to make a video to join. Have fun with it. CHALLENGE and NOMINATE your family, friends, instructors, DJs, Artists, neighbors to learn it and join us on Linedancer Radio on Sunday 26th April at 2 pm UK time(9 am NYC) from your patio, in your garden, sitting room, kitchen even if you're at work, take 3 mins and let's make this Virtual Line around the world happen!
Remember - We're all in this together  You can s
ee the video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cs9lmzmIzD4

  



 

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Registered with the Library of Congress

TX 7-322-278  7/28/2006

PA 1-274-833  6/11/2004

 

 
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"Electric Boogie" was written by Bunny Wailer (Neville Livingston).  I spoke to Mr. Wailer yesterday 2/11/06 who states - no matter what the internet says, he wrote and recorded this song prior to Bob Marley's death in 1981 as Bob had played on the original recording.  He is checking his records for a more accurate date for me.  My friend Hillbilly Rick has located a 1976 copy of "Electric Boogie" which can be found on my Resume website - click on the spinning Icon above my picture to hear it.

 

 



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"The Electric"

Also Known as The Electric Slide

 The BASIC 22 step pattern

      (This is the basic pattern- for the full choreography go to the CHOREOGRAPHY page)     

 

TYPE: 4 Wall Line Dance

Rating: Beginner to Advanced

COUNT: 22 STEPS: 22

CHOREOGRAPHER: Ric Silver

MUSIC:Electric Boogie - Marcia Griffiths

Original Choreography "The Electric" copyright 1976 Registered 2006

Managed by : KBT  Enterprises 35 Village Lane Suite 2 Groton, CT 06340-4540

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STEP DESCRIPTION:

GRAPEVINE Right, TOUCH

1,2. Step to the right on RIGHT foot; Step LEFT foot behind Right foot;

3,4 Step to the right on RIGHT foot; Touch LEFT foot next to Right foot (clap)

GRAPEVINE Left, TOUCH

5,6. Step to the left on LEFT foot; Step RIGHT foot behind Left foot;

7,8 Step to the left on LEFT foot; Touch RIGHT foot next to Left foot (clap)

WALK BACK, TOUCH

9-11. Walk back stepping on RIGHT, LEFT, RIGHT

12. Touch LEFT foot next to Right foot (clap)

STEP, TOUCH, STEP, TOUCH, STEP, TOUCH, STEP, TOUCH, STEP with 1/4 TURN , HOP

13,14 Step forward on LEFT foot; Touch RIGHT foot toe to Left heel (clap)

15,16 Step backward on RIGHT foot; Touch LEFT foot toe to Right toe (snap)

17,18 Step forward on LEFT foot; Touch RIGHT foot toe to Left heel (clap)

19,20 Step backward on RIGHT foot; Touch LEFT foot toe to Right toe (snap)

21,22 Step forward on LEFT foot turning 1/4 turn to your left; Hop

BEGIN DANCE AGAIN

 

More advanced dancers can vary steps with turns (single and double)in place of grapevines or slide, slide, slide (The Electric Slide)-

Charleston kicks (14 & 18) touch behind or hand to floor (16 & 20) -

Hop may be substituted with Tour en l'air (turn in the air) or double tour.

This is the basic framework for the dance. Once it is learned, variations on the theme are listed in the complete choreography and even this is only a working model.  Other variations are acceptable as long as they stay within the framework.

This was originally choreographed for professional dancers and was done in 2 lines facing each other. They should BOX each other - that is to say, circle the opposite dancer. This version was only done a few times as I found that it was much too difficult for non-dancers and therefore only taught it with single lines facing one direction at VAMPS. I hope that someday, this will be revived as it is lots of fun.

 



 

View the Choreographers Homepage and see other dances he has created as well as photos, resume and autobiography. Use this link to find out how to order your own copy of the entire video.

 



 

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