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  • gturner200561
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    Yeah I agree with Beautiful Sunday for the slosh but if I was to play Do the Hucklebuck where I am it would be for a jive or RocknRoll dance

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  • JBDJ
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    The boat dance - i have seen that done to "Mamma Told Me" by Fantastique ( mint tune)

    Also i remember the breakdancing craze around 84/85.
    "Beautifull Sunday" is Used for the Slosh.
    "Do the hucklebuck" by Coast To Coast

    Anyone know what the hell the Ally Cat Dance is???? Been asked to play that one at a few weddings during my time

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  • gturner200561
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    Mississippi by Pussycat has been used for the slosh

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  • 80s_Chic
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    The Hustle (Do The Hustle!) & The Bus Stop (Are You Ready?)?

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  • tanas
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    Ah yes, many a wedding party I've been hauled onto the floor to do that. Wonder what Rocking the Boat is then?

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  • Philomena
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    there's another post about this somewhere...I believe it's affectionately known as 'the boat song'. Reading the other post, it was actually called 'Oops Upside Your Head' by the Gap Band.

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  • tanas
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    Was that the one where you all had to sit on the floor in a line?

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  • Aidan
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    Tiger Feet by Mud had a particular dance whereby, if I'm not mistaken, two people spat beer over each other's shoulders ! Nice.
    There was also Rocking the Boat as well as the Bump.

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  • tanas
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    The Bump - do the bump, do the bump!!!

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  • scotia
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    think they do the slosh to the tony christie song "amirilo"

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  • blondisarha
    started a topic please help

    please help

    wonder if anymone can helpme. think it was the 70s era when everyone was dancing to perticular songs eg: the slosh etc. can anyone help me with what type of music these songs were from or name of songs. thank you
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