Jazzin’ up your Lindy Hop

Mandi and Krister show you how to jazz it up from some nice positions.

The moves in this video are:
- Boogie back.
- Boogie front.
- Suzy Q.
- Sway.
- Shorty George (a Frankie sequence).
- Jig walk.
- Ride the pony.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Mandi Gould and Krister Shalm
http://www.beeskneesdance.com/

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Boogie back

Mandi shows a jazz step called the Boogie back.

The moves in this video are:
- Boogie back

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teacher: Mandi Gould
http://www.beeskneesdance.com

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Trankie Do

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Trankie Do full routine

Daniel and Tiffany show the full Tranky Doo routine with counts.

The steps in this video are:
- Fall off the log
- Shuffles (aka Scoots)
- Fall off the log
- Shuffles
- Shoe shine (aka the Horse)
- Boogie forward (aka Boogie fronts)
- Shoe shine
- Boogie forward
- Apple jack
- Apple jack
- Rocks (aka Hallelujahs)
- Rocks forward
- Boogie back
- Shorty George
- Boogie back
- Break step
- Knee slaps
- Suzie Q
- Reverse break
- Mess around
- Fall off the log jumping backward
- Eagle slide
- Boogie drops
- Mambo steps
- Push turn (paddle turn)
- Fall off the log going backward
- Truckin’ (3x)
- Float Back
- The Josephine Baker (aka Crazy legs)
- Walk about
- Box step
- Shouts (hip forward, back & side to side )
- Knee slaps

This is the full Tranky Doo routine. After these steps are completed you start again from the beginning of the routine untill the song ends.

Teachers: Daniel Newsome and Tiffany Wine
http://www.FreeSwingDanceLessons.com

This routine is often danced to the song “The Dipsy Doodle”

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Jitterbug Stroll full routine

Mandi Gould shows the full Jitterbug Stroll routine as choreographed by Ryan Francois.

The steps in the Jitterbug Stroll routine are:

* ———– first section —————
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward [2 beats]
* Skip back [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called jazz pivot turn) [8 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Break step (also called the full break) [4 beats]
* ———– second section —————
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times (to the left) [4 beats]
* Stroll Around [8 beats]
* Knee slap right [2 beats]
* Knee slap left [2 beats]
* Shorty george 3 times [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called full break) and Turn around [8 beats]
* ———– third section —————
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Suzie Q right [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Suzie Q left [8 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]
* ———– fourth section —————
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teacher: Mandi Gould
http://www.beeskneesdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll fourth group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 4.

In this last video of the Jitterbug stroll the steps are:

* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called the pivot step) [8 beats]
* Boogie back (also called kick ball change) [4 beats]
* Tick Tock [4 beats]
* Break Step (also called the full break) and Turn around [8 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Jitterbug Stroll first group

Mike & Tina show the Jitterbug Stroll part 1.

The steps in this video are:

* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward [2 beats]
* Skip back [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Stroll Around (also called jazz pivot turn) [8 beats]
* Hustle forward (also called the pada pada) [2 beats]
* Skip back (also called the boogie back) [2 beats]
* Boogie Forward twice [4 beats]
* Break step (also called the full break) [4 beats]

Teachers: Mike & Tina
http://www.headoverheelsdance.com/

The songs this routine is useually danced to is “The Jitterbug Stroll” by Steven Mitchell or “Woodchopper’s Ball” by Woody Herman.

The Jitterbug Stroll was choreographed by Ryan Francois.

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Boogie Back, Boogie Forward and Shorty George

Patrick and Natasha show the Shim Sham routine part 7. In this sequence they explain how to perform boogie back, boogie forward and shorty george.

Boogie Back, Boogie Forward and Shorty George: an easy and fun part to perform but it’s good to know the sequence correctly so you don’t end up going on the wrong side of the dance floor.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt and Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickAndNatasha

The song this routine is often danced to is either “T’ain’t What You Do” by Billy May or “The Shim Sham Song” by The Bill Elliott Swing Orchestra

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Boogie Back, Break Step, Break a Leg

Patrick and Natasha show the Big Apple routine part 15

In this final section of the Big Apple routine. Here there are 3 8counts of Boogie Back’s. After that there is the Break Step. Then the routine ends with the Break A Leg move wich is basically a very stylized version of the Kick Ball Change step. Break a Leg is done until the song ends. This completes the routine.

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt and Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
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The music the routine is useually danced to The Big Apple Contest by The Solomon Douglas Swingtet

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Boogie Back and Shorty George

Patrick & Natasha from PatrickAndNatasha.com show the Big Apple routine part 12

In this section of the Big Apple routine the steps are: Boogie Backs in place(1x8count) and Shorty George(3x8count).

Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
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The music the routine is useually danced to The Big Apple Contest by The Solomon Douglas Swingtet

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Fish Tails, Boogie Front, Breeze Knees, Boogie Backs & Ride the Pony

Patrick & Natasha from show the Big Apple routine part 7

In this section of the Big Apple routine the steps are: Fish tails(1x8count), Boogie Front(1/2x8count), Breeze Knees(1/2x8count), Boogie Back (1x8count) & Ride the Pony(1x8count)


Teachers: Patrick Szmidt & Natasha Ouimet

Youtube Channel:
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The music the routine is useually danced to The Big Apple Contest by The Solomon Douglas Swingtet

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