Red Hot Salsa is a fun, easy and exciting way to learn how to Salsa while getting an incredible workout. Join Lisa and her dancers and move to the sexy Latin beat of Salsa classics with live percussion. With this dynamic video, you will learn the basics without feeling intimidated. First you will warm up and stretch your body from head to toe. Then, you will learn each step by repetition, continually adding new steps until you have learned a full dance combination. Lisa’s cuing will make it simple for you to stay in step at all times. By repeating the full combination, you will have a chance to incorporate your own style and expression. Finally, you will cool down and stretch to keep you feeling great all day long. And just wait ‘till they see you on the dance floor!
Freaky Styley is the second studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on August 16, 1985 on EMI Records. The album name holds its origins in a commonly used phrase in the '80s to describe anything as being "freaky styley". Freaky Styley marks founding guitarist Hillel Slovak's studio album debut, following his return to the band earlier in the year. The album is also the last to feature drummer Cliff Martinez. Freaky Styley was produced by George Clinton, of Parliament-Funkadelic.
Octane represents the high energy, powerful, intense and hopefully inspiring album that we aspired to create. This album is a continued fusion of traditional tunes and rock classics, taking Bagrock to a whole new level which we are proud to share with you! We looked for ideas for the album from our touring experiences and also from the incredible people we have met and performed with. We are lucky to have some of the best musicians in the world as our friends. We hope you really enjoy the album as much as we did putting it all together.
The Cobb of Blue and Sentimental release combines two 1960 Prestige sessions, one of ballads and the other uptempo cookers. He meets up with pianist Red Garland’s group of JC Heard/dr and George Tucker-George Duvivier/b and hits the road running on “Sizzlin’” and a take of “Sweet Georgia Brown” that will get you on the basketball court in no time. Cobb was made for ballads, however, and he gives it all he’s got on the rarely performed Sinatra associated tunes “PS I Love You” and “Why Try To Change Me Now.” If I could play like this…..