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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Solo Jookin’ Blues

John and Joe show solo Jookin’ Blues movements.

This is a comprehensive instructional video that covers the solo body movement of Jookin’ Blues.

Some of the moves in this video are:
- the double pulse.
- slow drag.
- low downs.
- body rolls (up, down, side).
- James Brown foot swivel.
- hip-tacular movements.
- fish tail.

Teachers: John Joven and Joe DeMers
www.joeandnelle.com

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Drag Blues

in Blues, by eiki

Drag Blues

Joe and Nelle teach the basic walk of Drag Blues.

Drag Blues is a modern dance form of Blues evolved from Ballroomin’ and Slow Drag.

This is a comprehensive instructional video that covers the solo body movement of boath the leader and the follower as well as how it works together.

Teachers: Joe DeMers and Nelle DeMers
www.joeandnelle.com

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Juke joint micro blues

Joe and Nelle show some variations for Juke Joint Blues.

Different variations for juke joint blues dancing, either in closed or close embrace position.

Teachers: Joe DeMers and Nelle Hatley
http://www.JoeAndNelle.com

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Counterbalance in Blues dancing

Joe and Nelle show how to play with counterbalance in Blues dancing.

In this video Joe and Nelle show different variations and places where you can use counterbalance.

Teachers: Joe DeMers and Nelle Hatley
http://www.JoeAndNelle.com

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