Sunday, November 19, 2017

Melbourne Shuffle

Have you heard of the Melbourne Shuffle? I thought not. I believe Andre Serox is German and was visiting Melbourne when he invented his own dance and named it the Melbourne Shuffle. If the dancing and or music is not to your taste, there is some nice Hanover scenery in the clip.

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  1. I would face plant in an instant if I tried those moves.
    Thank you for continuing my education.

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  2. It seems every few years someone 'goes viral' with videos of themselves dancing in scenic spots around the world.

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    1. Victor, he has been around for a few years, dancing the Melbourne Shuffle.

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  3. I enjoyed the video from a video makers point of view.

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    1. Diane, coded, but thanks.

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  4. The music is not so bad but the guy behaves like a 3 year old in a tantrum !

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    1. C'mon Gattina, he can moon walk like Michael Jackson. It is not easy to dance like that. Try it.

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  5. The video didn't play, I'd have to change browsers to see it and I don't really like the other one.

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    1. River, so what do you use that won't play the clip and what is the browser that will play it?

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    2. Firefox won't play the clips but Microsoft Edge does.

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  6. Loved the dance; not so much the music!

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    1. (Gattina is bonkers)

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    2. Cro, it was a hard call as I didn't like any of the music he dances to. I've know Gattina via her blog for perhaps five years. I would say she is delightfully bonkers and she makes me laugh often.

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  7. Music and dance are always welcome...as is beautiful scenery.

    Have a good week, Andrew. :)

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    1. I reckon so Lee. Thanks.

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  8. Bloomin' brilliant! Gosh he makes it so easy! This is not what I look like on the treadmill 😀😀 merci beaucoup Andrew, enjoyed a lot!

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    1. Grace, yes, there is grace in his rapid movements. Glad you liked it.

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  9. Oh my, she moves so easily, like she is floating on air. I wish I could dance.

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    1. Strayer, the long hair deceives you. It is a he.

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  10. I'd never heard of the Melbourne shuffle, the dance and the music are enjoyable.

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    1. Sami, nice for us to get some world recognition, even if very few know about the dance.

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  11. Interesting, never heard of it before, so something new for me.

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    1. Margaret, always good to know about some young people's stuff. See if you can slip Melbourne Shuffle into a conversation with your children.

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  12. Pretty sure he didn't invent the Melbourne Shuffle, he certainly doesn't look old enough and the shuffle is well old. Also his version is not quite the shuffle, it's missing some crucial arm movements. I used to be able to shuffle back in the day, it's a great dance.

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    1. Fen, I made assumptions, wrongly perhaps. Well, at least he has publicised it. I had never heard of it until I saw him another guy shuffling together, which is what initially attracted me to the dance. He is pretty cool though, hey.

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    2. It's actually really amazing when you get a whole bunch of people shuffling together. I miss those days <3

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