Legs & Co. on Top of the Pops, dancing to the Tom Tom Club's Wordy Rappinghood.
Friday, 19 September 2008
Thursday, 18 September 2008
Something a little different here. Legs & Co's replacement dance act on TOTP were Zoo, a large pool of male & female dancers. In this performance, (Diana Ross's Why Do Fools Fall in Love) the line-up is cut down to three female performers, including Julie Harris, who went on to be the dads-favourite big blonde leopardskin lass in Tight Fit.
Friday, 12 September 2008
Legs & Co. dancing to Yarborough & Peebles' Don't Stop The Music
Why are they in Highland Dress, with mini-kilts? The only Scottish connection with the music is the name "Peebles", which is a town in Scotland, but in the Southern Uplands, not the Highlands. Hoots Mon!
Peebles is a burgh in the committee area of Tweeddale, in the Scottish Borders, lying on the River Tweed. A Yarborough is an excessively weak Hand in contract Bridge: originally a hand with no card higher than a nine. The British Earl of Yarborough, during the 19th century, would offer a wager of 1,000 pounds to 1 against picking up such a hand at whist. (The actual odds against such a hand are approximately 1,827 to 1.) In common usage, its meaning may refer to any exceptionally weak hand.
Thursday, 11 September 2008
Tuesday, 9 September 2008
Monday, 8 September 2008
Classic literal choreography: the song's called "Turn the Music Up" (Players Association) so the set is a giant radio, with a huge volume dial.
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Friday, 5 September 2008
Tuesday, 2 September 2008
Monday, 1 September 2008
Probably the most well-known Pan's People routine: dancing to Gilbert O'Sullivan's Get Down with some dogs, on TOTP Christmas Special 1973. Acres of cleavage, particularly from Babs, Louis and Deedee.