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8 thoughts on “ Dances Are Changing - Various - When The Dances Were Changing: Hitbound Selection (Vinyl, LP)

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  5. Having said this, all other tracks on this disc are incredibly good. Wonderful dance music! Complex polyrhythyms are intricately interwoven with wonderfully hooky melodic lines on all songs. The best way to listen and appreciate the music, of course, is by dancing to it. And what an experience that can be! I'm unable to choose a favorite selection/5().
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  7. The most on-point realisation of twigs' ambitions to date, taking in expressive dance, a story arc and various theatrics, and a long way away from the (albeit still very good) minimal show I had witnessed in March last year pre-LP1.

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