The World's Best Ever Learn-To-Dance Course. Ever wanted to glide across the floor like Fred and Ginger? Tired of remaining seated at parties, functions or even Weddings? Perhaps you just want to learn one of the most stylish and respected dances in the world! Now you can with this new dance teaching series. This new DVD dance series makes ballroom dancing accessible to everyone, irrespective of your ability. Fun dance lessons presented with easy, clear instructions.
The DVD teaches you how to dance tango: individual dancing steps are presented by a professional dancing couple - as well as by graphical design. Different camera angles make learning an extremely entertaining experience! This dance radiates an overwhelming sensuality - and on a bonus CD, we give you Astor Piazzolla's greatest tango classics!
Few bands from the classic rock era that had some commercial success, yet never attained true stardom, have maintained such a steady release schedule in the 21st century as the Strawbs have. About 40 years on from the release of their debut, Dancing to the Devil's Beat finds them still at it, with a lineup in which all but one of the members served with the group back in its heyday. It would be quite unusual for a band with such a long career to be making major stylistic departures at this point, and the record has the kind of bittersweet, somber, narrative songs for which the Strawbs are known, as well as their characteristic mixture of folk and progressive rock.
Carol J. Loomis first wrote about Warren Buffett for Fortune in 1966, when he was a little-known hedge fund manager in Omaha. They became close personal friends over the following decades, giving Loomis unique access and insight into the mind of the worlds greatest investor. For the last thirty-five years she has also been the pro-bono editor of his famous annual letter to the shareholders of Berkshire-Hathaway. Now Loomis has collected and updated the best Buffett articles Fortune has ever published, including thirteen cover stories and six by Buffett himself, ranging from the 1960s to the 2010s.