This band is hot. Very, very hot. And those aren't just empty words. After all, the Blues Company from Osnabrück, Germany is neither a hodgepodge of rank beginners nor - to borrow business lingo - a group of new business starters. Rather, they are a team of artists who have made their mark, musicians with experience and know-how aplenty. The musicians at work here have long since ensured that the name of their “company” is a recognised “seal of approval”. In a nutshell, “Blues Company” stands for German's longest-running and most successful blues band. And with each new recording, with each concert, these pros underscore that their passionate love affair with the blues is burning brightly as ever…
This video is full of interesting variations of some common & not so common moves. There are some unique moves plus some quite flashy/performance moves. The moves are all very well covered. Common mistakes are well covered. Many of the moves will make you stand out from the crowd. We really liked the forehead caress dip. This type of caress is very popular in South America (not in a dip) where it was a technique from the 1930's in Brazil. There are some very complex enfolding turns. There are also some of the best ending techniques for songs that we have seen. Overall a very good continuation of this popular Salsa video series.
This video is a Master Class, a study guide for Hot Yoga lovers everywhere. Very detailed and illustrated instructions of all 26 poses. This yoga is also known and taught as Bikram Yoga. The video is not an actual 90 minute class, but a segmented, and very detailed analysis of all the challenging poses. It is best used for training purposes, or when someone really wants to deepen his/her practice.
Shocking Blue was a Netherlands rock band from The Hague formed in 1967. Their biggest hit, "Venus," went to #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1970, and the band had sold 13.5 million discs by 1973, but the group disbanded in 1974. Before the breakthrough of "Venus," the group had a minor hit in 1968 with "Lucy Brown Is Back In Town". Once Mariska Veres took over the vocals bigger hits followed. The group charted a world-wide hit with the song "Venus," which reached #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in February 1970. Initially the disc was a big hit in the Netherlands, where it reached #3 in the summer of 1969. It subsequently sold 350,000 copies in Germany, and topped the U.S. chart for three weeks, becoming the Netherlands' first American #1 hit. It sold over one million copies there by January 1970, and received a gold disc awarded by the Recording Industry Association of America. Global sales exceeded five million copies. compilation for the Dutch rock act contains 47 tracks culled from the A & B-sides of singles from 1969-1974, including their international hit 'Venus'.