Way back in 1983, David Bowie wrote and sang a song entitled “Let’s Dance.” Apparently, everybody was in the mood to dance, as the album’s release by the same name was an instant hit. You’d think by the hullabaloo created around Mr. Bowie’s performance of the song that he had just invented dancing. But the fact is we’ve been dancing for as many years as people have been around.
Depicted here are a nicely dressed couple of people who happily dance to some unknown melody. Perhaps their footwork is inspired by the final measures of, Let’s Dance, which concludes with a wonderful guitar solo by none other than Stevie Ray Vaughan.
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