Some examples of other names of steps are botafogo, jazz box, kick ball change, mambo step, military turn, sugarfoot, vaudeville - a complete list is impossible because the art is constantly changing.
Mambo also developed in Cuba as a dance by Perez Prado, a musician who took it to Mexico where it became a favorite dance both in the clubs and in films in the latter part of the 20th century.
While closely related to that dance, as well as others such as the Mambo, its slow, sensual rhythm and ease of learning makes it more popular than any of the others except perhaps the salsa.
From the mambo to the salsa, these household names (some with no dance experience) are whipped into shape by the pastime's elite, and given the chance to show their stuff on national TV.
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Originally known as "Cuban Son" it became popular in the 1920s, taking elements of the mambo and other ballroom dances and mixing them with African folkloric moves.
No messy button-pressing-combination mambo, no leafing through old magazines to find your favorite cheats, and no jumping through hoops or repeating dastardly chores.
Some popular ballroom dances are the waltz, foxtrot, mambo, and rumba, and you'll want to research the specifics of your dance before you shop for the skirt.
Possibly its use was not confined to a single tribal section, occurring as it does in conjunction with the distinct dynastic names of Mokomba and Mambo, but the Karanga is the only tribe to which the Portuguese chroniclers attribute it.