These boots were made to last.

Music videos have come a LONG way since this gem was released in 1966,  but to my standards, this blast from the past has all the major components to make a modern day smash hit video shake it it’s… boots (please forgive me for the puns… I have a disease…).

Wardrobe: on point.  Hair and Make Up: stunning.  Set design (use of plywood steps and flags): minimalistic, yet well utilized.  Choreography and Dance: I’m almost speechless… almost…

Firstly, I LIVE for a fierce step touch.  Add a subtle shimmy and a sensible 45 degree  leg graze for the artist, and I’m in music video heaven.  Strong start Nancy.   The first chorus ensamble choreography could be tightened up a bit… but what the ladies lack in cleanliness, they make up for with flare and flooreography in the second verse. From box step to peppermint twist, and of course a stampede of ponies, this video truly has it ALL….

…except for a fair contract I would assume.

How does this video hold up to YOUR music video standards? Could Nancy’s boots battle Beyonce’s?


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There is not another person I could think of that would be better and more entertaining to put on a show about how dance revolves around life. You'll break a leg watching!!"
-Joey Dowling