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its like that

January8

How can you not like Run DMC?

And, athletic, albeit un-ballerina-like dancing?

Just watch this video. Do it!  It starts out great, and then gets better and better. I’ll swear to God that it’s worth your time:

…just so you know… It’s Like That is/ was a fan-fave Run DMC, certifiable hit.

Peace be to my Brothers and Sisters.

Brian Patrick Cork

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2 Comments to

“its like that”

  1. Avatar January 8th, 2011 at 11:13 am Jeff Hunter Says:

    Interesting (and well done) mashup of a traditional “Alexandrov Ensemble” dance. An interesting politi-social group that’s been around since the revolution. You can read more about it here…http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandrov_Ensemble. At the very bottom is another “mashup” – but this time is the Leningrad Cowboys with the Alexandrov Ensemble (now called the Red Army Choir). If you can make it to the last 20 sec’s, there’s an interesting surprise…

    History, its so entertaining!


  2. Avatar January 8th, 2011 at 4:00 pm Brian Patrick Cork Says:

    we have our own mash-up, then. my observation was the light-hearted side, while yours brings home a great historical foot-note.

    it’s all history and foundational.

    Cork


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