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

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

[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

[genre] Boogie (sometimes called electro-funk or post-disco) is a rhythm and blues genre of electronic dance music with close ties to the post-disco style, that first emerged in the United States during the late 1970s to mid-1980s. The sound of boogie defined by bridging acoustic and electronic musical instruments with emphasis on vocals an...
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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

Boogie is slang for to dance to pop music.
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