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Briefly: The 70s, The Dance, The Life








People now, dance to forget life.  People back then, danced, to Celebrate Life.

An incessant 'boom! boom! boom!' never brought a smile to anyone's face, or opened one's heart to any other. 


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  1. Dance is a reflection of values, a way of expressing the feelings of a society and an important part of entertainment. The pure enjoyment of dance brought smile and enjoyment to people back then as compared to now, the head shaking dance seems to be a sign of escapism from unpleasant realities...

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