The Stew

in Jazz Routines, by eiki

The Stew

Joe show the Stew, a solo jazz routine. This routine is often also known as The Mama’s Stew routine.

The Stew is a vintage warm-up choreography used by Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers to warm up before practicing their routines.

This routine is often called the Mama’s Stew routine as Mama Lu & The Parkets very famously performed it together.

Teacher: Joe DeMers
www.joeandnelle.com

This routine is often danced to the song “Jumpin at the Woodside” by Count Baise but can be danced to any song with a swing pharsing.

Check out a performance of this routine by Mike Faltesek along with students

Here is another performance seen from behinde by Mikey Pedroza and Gaby Cook

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Dragon Swing 2012 routine

Audun and Charlotte show their winning Dragon Swing 2012 routine.

Check out the Dragon Swing Festival in Poland here:
www.DragonSwing.pl

Instruction order.
1. Run through, full tempo.
2. Break down with counts, from the back.
3. Break down with counts, from the front.
4. Run through, slow tempo, from the back.
5. Run through, slow tempo, from the front.

Teachers: Audun Kveberg & Charlotte Skajaa

The routine is danced to the song “When you’re smiling” by The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn of their album Forty Days and Forty Nights.

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Dragon Swing routine 2012

Audun and Charlotte show their winning Dragon Swing 2012 routine.

Check out the Dragon Swing Festival in Poland here:
www.DragonSwing.pl

Instruction order.
1. Run through, full tempo.
2. Break down with counts, from the back.
3. Break down with counts, from the front.
4. Run through, slow tempo, from the back.
5. Run through, slow tempo, from the front.

Teachers: Audun Kveberg & Charlotte Skajaa

The routine is danced to the song “When you’re smiling” by The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn of their album Forty Days and Forty Nights.

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The Dean Collins Shim Sham

Sheila Suarez de Flores and Austin Flores show a breakdown of the Dean Collins Shim Sham a famous variation of the Shim Sham Jazz Routine.

Breakdown

Run through

The moves in this video are:
– Shim sham step.
– Full break (with or without kick ball changes).
– Cross overs also known as pushovers.
– Tackie Annies.
– Half breaks.
– Transition step.
– Suzy Qs.
– Inverted suzy qs.
– Stomp off.
– Cross in fronts.
– Shorty George with tick tocks.
– Tabby the Cat.
– Cross behinde.
– Savoy Charleston.
– Pimp walk.

Follow the instructions in the video.

Teachers: Sheila Suarez de Flores and Austin Flores
http://shoutswing.com/about-us/

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