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San Pedro Elks 10-12-2009 With SCS

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

Did you know? - The Port of Los Angeles, also called Los Angeles Harbor and WORLDPORT L.A., is a port complex that occupies 7,500 acres (30 km2) of land and water along 43 miles (69 km) of waterfront. The port is located on San Pedro Bay in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles, approximately 20 miles (30 km) south of downtown. The Port of Los Angeles adjoins the separate Port of Long Beach, employs over 16,000 people, and is the busiest container port in the United States. For public safety, the Port of Los Angeles utilizes the Los Angeles Port Police to fight crime and terrorism, and the Los Angeles City Lifeguards to provide lifeguarding services for inner Cabrillo Beach and all of the Los Angeles outer harbor

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

Yes. It's October And That Means "The Chicken Dance"

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

Chicken Dance

Chicken Dance

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

Did you know? - The name of the original Swiss song was "Der Ententanz" (The Duck Dance). Sometime in the late 1970s, the song acquired the name "Vogeltanz" (The Bird Dance) or "Vogerltanz" (Little Bird Dance or Birdie Dance), although these names never caught on seriously in Germany. On some sheet music and recordings it is called "Dance Little Bird." It appears that no one in Germany uses the term "Kükentanz" (Küken means chick). Since 1963 Werner Thomas had played it in restaurants and hotels. During one of Thomas' performances, Belgian producer Louis van Rijmenant heard the song. Van Rijmenant had some lyrics created and in 1970 released it to the public, without much success. In 1980, Dutch local band "De Electronica's" released an instrumental version, which became a hit, and started the international success of the song. On some recorded releases of the music Werner Thomas is listed as the composer, while on others other authors are listed, e.g., as "Thomas/Rendall/Hose", probably including the authors of the particular arrangement. Since then the song has become known under numerous other "birdie" names, including "Vogerltanz" (Bird Dance), "Danse des Canards", "Chicken Dance" and "Dance Little Bird". Over 140 versions of it are recorded worldwide, including Walt Disney Records, together making over 40,000,000 records.

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San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

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San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009

San Pedro Dancing 10-12-2009