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The Nightclub Two-Step [VHS]

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  • Actors: Laureen Baldovi, Scooter Lee
  • Directors: Scooter Lee
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • VHS Release Date: January 1, 1999
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004YZO5
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #395,168 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Nightclub two-step--not to be confused with country two-step--is a slow, romantic dance. Master instructors Robert Royston and Laureen Baldovi teach the dance from the ground up. First they teach the rhythm and basic step to music, their backs to you so you can follow easily. Then they show you how to do that move with a partner, then they add additional basic moves like the side-cross-side traveling step and some simple turns and open breaks. During later segments, they get progressively more complicated and teach a variety of graceful, intermediate moves, including new turns, open breaks, and crossovers.

Dance champions Royston and Baldovi, dressed more casually here than in their other videos ("Spin her 'til the floor smokes" T-shirts instead of costumes), are excellent instructors. They clearly explain and demonstrate moves, technique, and style so that beginners feel comfortable and capable. Their frequent joking could get old when you've watched the tape more than once, but their instruction is so solid that you'll forgive them.

As in their other videos, they do not have practice sessions to music until the end (except for the beginning rhythm practice), so beginners who never get to the intermediate steps do not have the opportunity to practice their routine to music while watching the instructors. Other than that, this is a well thought-out, well-instructed, and well-produced video for beginning dancers. --Joan Price

From the Back Cover

World Champions Robert Royston and Laureen Baldovi take you step by step in mastering the Night Club 2-Step. Created for small or crowded dance floors it allows you to two-step when dance floor space is limited.

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By A Customer on December 12, 2000
I saw other people dancing 2-step. I wanted to learn it & therefore bought this tape & try. The type runs for about 1 hour & teaches from basic step to about 10 different patterns, which is enough for doing a dance without repeating the same patterns too often. I learned from it by playing back twice, followed the steps & practiced without a partner. Then I went to the dance floor to do the 2-step for the 1st time with a partner who is a beginner dancer. I was happy that I could lead & dance it out. Although the first time was not very smooth, after several times I can dance 2-step to the music without difficulty now. This is really a good instructional video & worth the money. I like the instructors too.
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We enjoyed this one as much as the Ultimate Two-Step Video. Great tips and beautiful dancing techniques. Wouldn't use this that much in Texas; we normally just plow our way through everyone! But it would have come in handy when we visited Nashville and everyone was doing line dances we hadn't learned yet! They go through step and arm movements very thoroughly and make it easy to learn!
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I've looked at a number of tapes and DVDs lately, including three that this same couple have made. This tape (and others in the set) are far and away the best in terms of showing the steps (men first, then women, then together) and providing important details that others leave out entirely (how to hold your hands to make a turn). The jokes are corny but I think they present a good picture of some very personable dancers. I'm a beginning dancer (although I'm over 50) and this tape has allowed me and a partner to learn enough steps to be able to dance together at a nightclub. We'll be even better with more practice. I haven't seen a tape or DVD which does a better job. I wish they had a version for Rumba.
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An excellent instructional tape; I would have preferred DVD format but you take what you get. Well illustrated with plenty of review and varying views in order to provide quick and complete understanding of moves within the various steps. If you can put up with the corny jokes, I think you will find it valuable.
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