Boogie

Boogie is slang for to dance to pop music.
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Boogie

A gathering of skydivers, usually focused on fun rather than competition. Big drop zones host several boogies a year, often on long holiday weekends
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boogie

[n] - an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)
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boogie

boogie-woogie noun an instrumental version of the blues (especially for piano)
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boogie

verb dance to boogie music
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Boogie

Boogie is a repetitive, swung note or shuffle rhythm, "groove" or pattern used in blues which was originally played on the piano in boogie-woogie music. The characteristic rhythm and feel of the boogie was then adapted to guitar, double bass, and other instruments. The earliest recorded boogie-woogie song was in 1916. By the 1930s, Swing bands s..
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Boogie

Boogie is slang for to dance to pop music.
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Boogie

[video game] Boogie is a music video game developed by Electronic Arts for the Wii, PlayStation 2 and Nintendo DS. Being touted as a party-game, it enables players to create their character, then use the Wii Remote and a microphone to sing and dance through it. Each song within the game can be performed either as a karaoke or as a dancing g
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Boogie

[disambiguation] Boogie is a musical technique or rhythm. Boogie may also refer to: ...
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Boogie

[2009 film] Boogie is a 2009 animated film from Argentina, based in the Argentine character Boogie, the oily by Roberto Fontanarrosa, and directed by Gustavo Cova. The voices of main characters Boogie and Marcia were performed by Pablo Echarri and Nancy Dupláa. It was the first 3D animated movie made in Argentina. ==Production== Gustavo Co
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Boogie

[genre] Boogie, as one of the post-disco subgenres, lacks the four-on-the-floor beat, which is a "traditional" rhythm of disco music. Aside from the moderate influence of synthpop, boogie heavily draws from funk music. Typical boogie track can be characterized by mid-tempo rhythm, prominent use of slap bass, loud clapping sound, melodic cho
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Boogie

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Boogie

[2008 film] Boogie is a 2008 Romanian film written and directed by Radu Muntean. ==Plot== On his spring break at the seaside, with his wife and his four year old son, Bogdan Ciocăzanu (a.k.a. Boogie) runs into his best friends from high-school at the precise date and time that reminds all of them of their most glorious drinking trips and s
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Boogie

[album] Boogie is a compilation album of both of previously released and unreleased tracks by the American band The Jackson 5. It is released after the release of the Jacksons studio album Destiny in 1979. Boogie is considered the rarest of all Jackson 5/Jacksons releases. ==Background and composition== In 1979, the Jacksons moved up in the
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