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Bodyrox Feat Luciana - Yeah Yeah
Sexy was never so subtle. But is this one really all that subtle? Either way we feel very dirty but veryÃ¢ÂÂ¦ satisfiedÃ¢ÂÂ¦ after seeing this video. "Yeah Yeah" is 2006's truly outstanding dance track from the duo, Bodyrox. Production partners Jon Pearn and Nick Bridges teamed up with Luciana, giving the track (and the video) a feisty, sexy, punky uniqueness. And the bevy of hot boobies and random groping doesn't hurt, either. For more, you're gonna have to get over to *******www.ultrarecords****/ and step into the music. Don't get left out - act like you know!
*******www.redskyperformance****. This new outstanding dance creation brings together the Indigenous cultures of Canada, Mongolia and China. Tono is heavily grounded in the theme of horse culture, a creature universally regarded as the epitome of strength, grace and beauty, and spans the plains tradition in Asia and North America with a storyline about shamanism on both continents.
Inspired by Red Sky artistic director Sandra Laronde's travels to Asia, this three-country project was featured as part of the Closing Ceremonies of the cultural programming of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Tono has also been performed at the 2008 Summer Arts Festival at The Banff Centre, the 2008 Meet in Beijing Festival, the International Arts and Culture Festival in Inner Mongolia, and Toronto's 2009 Luminato Festival. Tono will continue to tour with performances at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, High Performance Rodeo, the Yukon Arts Centre and into Asia in 2010.
*******www.redskyperformance****. This new outstanding dance creation by Red Sky, a Toronto based contemporary dance and theatre company, brings together the Indigenous cultures of Canada, Mongolia and China and is heavily grounded in the theme of horse culture. Sandra Laronde, artistic director of Red Sky, explains the creative process behind Tono, an innovative three-country project involving eleven dancers and musicians.
Dance has always played a vital role in Aboriginal cultures. It is a connection to the spirit, to the land, and a deep expression to our gratitude. In the Indigenous worldview, the horse is revered and respected. When one thinks about the horse at war, at play or as a helper of humankind, we realize the horse has made a considerable contribution to civilizations around the world.
Some outstanding dance performance, beyond all expectation