In which Chester Whitmore tells us about how it was back in the day. I interviewed him at about seven o'clock in the morning after dancing all night, so neither of us is exactly fresh.
I expect that one day I'll make another video dealing more directly with the problem of the two opposed blues dancing camps.
I shot about half an hour of material with Chester, and editing it down was a bit of a challenge. The next video is likely to be about 'slow drag'.
For those who don't know him, he has performed in the Albert Hall, makes and appears in films, does choreography, dances, and appears in this advert for peanuts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XW_D1UxGDJE&feature=player_embedded
Interviewees: Chester Whitmore, David Madison, and Solveig Sigurdardottir.
Tagged under: blues,swing,dance,camp,herrang,Herräng,chester,whitmore,music,fusion,Solveig,Sigurdardottir
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