Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Oodles of Doodles CXL


OK, I admit it, I've been slacking lately. This is my first post in three days, and my first doodle in over a week. So, sue me. I've been busy prepping for the upcoming Christmas season. Mark it on your calendars now, and come back often. It's going to be a huge blowout around here at Ernie (Not Bert). Trust me on this. In the meantime, here's another delightful dancing doodle from the guy that taught America how to dance. No, not Fred Astaire. I mean Arthur Murray. You saw a doodle from one of his earlier 10" LPs here, but this is from the 12" LP Arthur Murray's Music For Dancing-The Arthur Murray TV Dance Orchestra (RCA Victor LSP-1909, 1958). The rest of the back on this LP shows a number of dance steps, including, rather suprisingly, Rock 'N' Roll! But it's subtitled Swing, then it goes on to say something about The Triple Lindy. So I don't think Elvis and his pelvis had made too big of an impression on Mr. Murray yet.

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