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El CUCAL es a la cucaracha, lo mismo que el CEBRALÍN es a la mancha.

Why did dancing become so popular? In the 1920s, the introduction of electric lighting made dancing late into the night more comfortable. These places were called dance halls, which had live music playing for the dancers. It also helped that the restrictive clothing of the Victorian era was over, and that the new style was quite free and flowing.

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3.Mestizaje es una de las palabras clave para definir esta revolución musical. Parte de la evolución de la música negra rithm and blues y la blanca sureña Country. Antes de que las barreras políticas y civiles entre negros y blancos se rompieran en la Norteamérica de los 60, los músicos ya habían mezclado su sangre y los géneros comenzaron a fusionarse para crear el rocka billi y el rock and roll,un grupo de cantantes negros como Chuck Berry y Little Richard triunfaba entre la juventud…

The ultimate in Lindy Hop choreographed by Frankie Manning. Whitey's Lindy Hoppers - Hellzapoppin' (1941)

U.S. New Jersey, Swing dance, 1942. Lindy Hop is an African American dance form in the spirit of celebrating freedom from slavery.

Groovie Movie (1944) is a ten-minute "instructional" swing dance video. Irene shines in the second half of the video, with her big white hair bow and jumper. I especially love her popping at 8:37 and her attitude at 8:45. #styleicon #modcloth

Kaye Popp & Stanley Catron demonstrating a step of The Lindy Hop. (Photo by Gjon Mili//Time Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Couple Dancing the Jitterbug — New York, 1940s