“The art of moving smoothly at the disco-theque does not come very easily to some - but a ‘how-to’ manual produced in the 1960s at least tried to make sure that it wasn’t always murder on the dance floor. Discotheque Dances, by the no-doubt thoroughly hip and groovy Dick Blake, tried to lay down the basics for tone-deaf and rhythmless squares with two left feet.
For the princely sum of $1 you could be part of Mr Blake’s world of modern dance - mastering the Mashed Potatoes, the Shampoo, the Swim and the intriguingly titled Frug by copying easy-to-follow instructions.”
Here are a few pictures we could get a hold of and there’s an instructional video surprise at the end you really don’t want to miss either.
See if you can pick up some slick disco moves from these guys :
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