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Art Stone, The Night Shift - Statler Records Presents Jazz Class With Art Stone: Intermediate No. 1058 flac album

Art Stone, The Night Shift  - Statler Records Presents Jazz Class With Art Stone: Intermediate No. 1058 flac album Performer: Art Stone
Title: Statler Records Presents Jazz Class With Art Stone: Intermediate No. 1058
Style: Garage Rock, Funk
MP3 album: 1275 mb
FLAC album: 1121 mb
Rating: 4.5
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Genre: Jazz / Rock / Funk

Moves-From The Top. Notes. Part of a series of jazz dance LPs by dance instructor Art Stone with garage rock accompaniment by The Night Shift.

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Tracklist

Barre Exercises
A1 Plies And Releves
A2 Tendu-And-Push
A3 Grands Battements And Circles
A4 Layouts
A5 Passes And Developpes
A6 Presses And Pull-Aways
Center Exercises
A7 Head, Neck And Shoulders
A8 Torso
A9 Knees, Hips And Bends
Floor Exercises
B1 Footwork And Bounces
B2 Passes And Developpes (Sitting Position)
B3 Bounces And Twists
B4 Passes And Developpes (Supine Position)
Moves
B5 Move 1
B6 Move 2
B7 Move 3
B8 Move 4
B9 Moves—From The Top

Notes

Part of a series of jazz dance LPs by dance instructor Art Stone with garage rock accompaniment by The Night Shift.

Originally issued with 4-page stapled front/back music listing insert (see photos).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): SLP-1058-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): SLP-1058B