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    I'd describe it as "mabrook" which is like saying good job or beautiful...

    Oh and I agree with Maria. Tito is very sexy! And he I love his tabla solo on a tabla...the do wap girls need to go away.

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    Mabrook it is, especially the tricks he pulls with the sticks!

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    He is much too hairy-man, like Wookie. Needs to come be shorn at Sneffelsjokull Sheep Ranch and Used Cars.

    Hair in ears- ick! In Icelandic we say snortfelsnerbraknelik

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    Rofl Rico !!!!!

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    Aloha form Hawaii !!
    Tito is awesome! he will be teaching and Performing here feb 2&3 2008
    Ya!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default male belly danceing

    check out this great article on male belly dance in Egypt
    Making a comeback: Male belly dancers in Egypt - International Herald Tribune

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    His shoulder shimmies are amazing! Loose, yet controlled. Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KuntiDevi View Post
    Aloha form Hawaii !!
    Tito is awesome! he will be teaching and Performing here feb 2&3 2008
    Ya!!!!!!!!!!!

    Dear Gang,
    And I think Hala is involved with bringing him to Redwood City, CA on Jan. 26th/27th. You can contact her at haladance.com.
    Re the do-woppers: this seems to be a common thing that is done in many of the Egyptian group dances. It looks disorganized to the western eye for sure, but it is a technique ( if you can call it that), that I use sometimes on stage, too, for a group of people in the background. The dancers are there sort of like a live wallpaper and to add color and interest. If you look at a lot of the old movies, you can see similar treatments of groups of women dancing in the background and not all doing the same thing.
    Also, I could be wrong, but the girls look western and as if this might be an impromptu addition to the show rather than something that the group rehearsed for weeks together.
    Regards,
    A'isha
    Last edited by Aisha Azar; 01-09-2008 at 02:59 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A'isha Azar View Post

    Also, I could be wrong, but the girls look western and as if this might be an impromptu addition to the show rather than something that the group rehearsed for weeks together.
    Regards,
    A'isha
    Well its his group and they work together at Sharm el Seih all the year round.
    They are all egyptians. They are disorganized because everytime i see the group (every 4 months) half of the dancers have changed, so they have to learn the choreos from begining. And as they have busy scedule they start imidiately, just following the front ones... and it shows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maria_Aya View Post
    Well its his group and they work together at Sharm el Seih all the year round.
    They are all egyptians. They are disorganized because everytime i see the group (every 4 months) half of the dancers have changed, so they have to learn the choreos from begining. And as they have busy scedule they start imidiately, just following the front ones... and it shows
    Dear Aya,
    The reason I was wondering about that is because the girl who is closest to the camera does that HUGE upward undulation with the jazz lock at the end of it!!! It is suspiciously not how you usually see Egyptians using movement.
    Hugs,
    A'isha

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