Title: Dancehall Style / Electric Boogie
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Dancehall Style, Version. B. –Barnabas & Clatta Brown.
Electric boogaloo (sometimes mistakenly referred to as electric boogie) is a funk style of hip hop dance closely related to popping. It became the signature style of the dance group started in the 1970s, the Electric Boogaloos. Along with electric boogaloo they also popularized popping and many of its related styles. It is characterized as a fluid leg-oriented style danced to funk music, utilizing rolls of the hips, knees, legs, and head, which was later combined with popping.
Clatta Brown - Electric Boogie.
The Electric Boogaloos are a street dance crew responsible for the spread of popping and electric boogaloo. The name "Boogaloo" came from a song called "Do a Boogaloo" by James Brown. They were founded by Boogaloo Sam in Fresno, California in 1977. Their original name was the Electric Boogaloo Lockers but "Lockers" was dropped the following year.
Alphonso ‘Al’ Campbell. Alphonso ‘Al’ Campbell. Barnabas & Clatta Brown. Darker Shade Of Black. Barnabas & Bagga & Jackie Mittoo & Deadly Headly. Trevor Junior & Teddy Brown.
Album style: early dancehall Recorded: 1982 First released: 1982. Playlist: Dance Hall Stylee. Guide Us Jah. Sufferers Feel It. Jah Love Everyone. Producer: Al Campbell.
The second volume of ZYX's Best of Breakdance and Electro Boogie is a decent compilation of electrified R&B, old school rap, and electro singles - all of which were released during the '80s. Call these songs kitschy and goofy all you want, but when it comes down to it, most of them still stand up considerably and force anyone within earshot to dance.
Al Campbell (born 31 August 1954, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae singer active since the late 1960s. Biography: Campbell's singing career began in church, where his father was a preacher, and Al would sing to raise funds. His "Gee Baby" was a big hit in 1975 in both Jamaica and the United Kingdom. He adapted successfully to the early dancehall and lovers rock styles in the late 1970s and 1980s, working with producers such as Linval Thompson. Campbell's recording of "Late Night Blues" (1980) became a staple of blues parties. Campbell performed with the Stur-Gav sound system in the early 1980s.
Description : A big opening for a boogie. More Cowbell! Low midrange boost at 400 Hz, very slight delay. This is my normal 'live' sound. 808 DRUMS With Cowbell. spookyklemm 5th Feb 2016. suitable for Old school style Hip Hop. Delay Cowbell. Oryan55 29th Sep 2013. Tags : 115 bpm Hip Hop Loops Percussion Loops 71. 9 KB wav Key : A.
|A||–Al Campbell||Dancehall Style / Version|
|B||–Barnabas & Clatta Brown||Electric Boogie|