Saturday, May 23, 2015

DOIN' THE BLACK BOTTOM



Black Bottom refers to a dance which became popular in the 1920s, the famed Roaring Twenties that also was known as the Jazz Age and the era of the Flapper. The Black Bottom could be danced solo or as a couple.

Originating among African Americans in the rural South, the Black Bottom eventually was appropriated by white society and became a national craze in the 1920s. The dance was most famously performed by Ziegfeld Follies star Ann Pennington, who danced the Black Bottom in a Broadway revue put on by Zeigfeld's rival George White in 1926

The title track from this 1981 LP is a take on the 20's gangster presence . This  Troggs release shows great original music by the band who never died even after the loss of key members.


01 - Black Bottom
02 - Strange Movies
03 - Bass For My Birthday
04 - Little Pretty Thing
05 - Last Night
06 - Hot Days
07 - I Don't
08 - Widge You
09 - Feels Like A Woman
10 - I Love You Baby

11 - Save The Last Dance For Me
12 - I Do Do
13 - Troggs Medley`



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thanks

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