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Rob Fowler / Ronnie Beard - Groove It! / The Y2K Song FLAC album


Performer: Rob Fowler
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Groove It! / The Y2K Song
Released: 1999
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1218 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1644 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1785 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 421
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Rob Fowler Crystal Boot winner successes always comes as the result of hard work and dedication. Rob teaches privately and is in constant demand on the increasingly busy weekend Line dance circuit. Rob Fowler is a pioneer of modern Line dancing. Rob has a positive vision of the Line dance world and his place in it! In addition to being one of Britain's and Europe's most popular instructor & choreographer, Rob has made a big impact on the competition scene both as a World Champion Line dancer and as originator of the Masters In Line. Rob has been the foundation of 'The Masters' for over seven years and his dedication and commitment to the company has been second to none.

It Takes Two" is a song by New York hip hop duo Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock that became a top 40 hit single was later certified platinum by the RIAA. Over the years, the song has been covered and sampled by various recording artists. The music critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine of the All Music Guide said: "There are many critics and listeners who claim that Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock's 'It Takes Two' is the greatest hip-hop single ever cut. It's hard to disagree with them.

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Produced by Ronnie himself, the album had a vaguely grungey feel in songs such as Black and Hunter Of The Heart. And while the band – guitarist Tracy Grijalva, aka Tracy G, former Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson and stalwart drummer Vinny Appice – played heavy, Ronnie’s gift for melody had deserted him. Angry Machines was a dour and dismal record, with only one song that rose above the gloom – This Is Your Life, a piano-led ballad reminiscent of vintage Queen. 19) Elf – Trying To Burn The Sun (Purple, 1975). Following a brief reunion with Black Sabbath, Ronnie and drummer Vinny Appice created the sixth Dio album with bassist Jeff Pilson and new guitarist Tracy G. Strange Highways had a darker vibe to previous Dio albums – a tone set by the doomy Jesus, Mary & The Holy Ghost and carried over into a grinding title track as doom-laden as anything that Ronnie had recorded with Sabbath.

Her approach to this song-which, when you break it down, is more about loneliness than love-says a lot about her ability to radiate warmth and positivity through her singular sound. It's miles away from the struggles the singer would face later in her career. Always a party starter and roof-igniting karaoke jam, the song become a bittersweet rallying cry in the years since her death. You can practically hear 23-year-old smiling through the chorus, urging every last wallflower on to the dance floor. Who can resist?-Andrew Frisicano.

Tracklist

1 Rob Fowler Groove It!
2 Ronnie Beard The Countdown
3 Ronnie Beard The Y2K Song

Credits

  • Written-By – Ronnie Beard

Notes

Comes with choregraph information sheet for line dance instructions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 34668/2