Well yet another great turn up for the books, as they say. A 'hat trick' indeed ! Hopefully if Andee gets time with his already busy Youtube workload, he can add this to the collection.... only thing I noticed is that the dancing is slightly out of sync with the music....same with Spinning Rock Boogie. Sorry..it just stands out to me ! Brilliant though to see the routines again, many thanks to Peter (Flight 14 !) and the generous person who provided all 3.
Sue, I've given AndeeBee as much of a metaphorical nudge as I can and I'm certain he'll attend to the Nights On Broadway clip as soon as he can.
If our luck's out, he's probably having a long soak in the bath, listening to an iPod, totally oblivious to this hat-trick clinching discovery.
He's also a dab hand at attending to any possible deficiencies such as tape lag, so I'm sure he'll have the capabilities to resynchronise the sound to the image (No pressure, Andy!)
Did you see Rosemary recover pretty well from her early stumble?!
I suspect Rosie ordered the BBC to wipe this. Great to see this and the routine is nothing like I imagined but that isn't a bad thing of course. I had a little lie down earlier as I felt ill after eating too much (can you believe it?) so just awoke to find this little gem and I feel 100% better. Now where is that chocolate bar....
I've watched the original upload and the one on Andee's site and the sound seems to be about the same. Whilst I don't really know what I'm looking for the moves seem to be about right for the music. I wonder if you are suffering a slight bit of lag on the video playback. I sometimes get the problem on my Ipad where the sound is played slightly early and it just looks wrong especially when the DJ is speaking. Apparently the human brain is very sensitive to hearing sounds too early but a lot better at coping with hearing them a little late.
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As you so rightly say PD, Andee is very adept at producing the best quality he can when adding these numbers. Rosie 'recovers' remarkably well from the slight slip and continues as if nothing had happened. They were all true professional performers these ladies, when it came to the performance.