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  • Go Go is a African percussion groove originated from the Motherland course.

  • But I found it in Washington, D.

  • C.

  • By Chuck Brown started probably back in the late sixties, and as the eighties came in, that's when it was probably its biggest.

  • It's home grown, and it's something it's been going on for 30 years.

  • Plus, it's a rhythm bits her nowhere.

  • But Washington D.

  • C.

  • Is what we grow up like.

  • New York had rap and hip hop.

  • We had our own style of music right here.

  • Why was the car goes over?

  • Like I said, you know, associated with something that's continuously going, you know, keeping to be going for 23 hours at a time, but file taking a break Gago is a mixture of read.

  • Remember, uh, you have a little jazz notes in there, but the main source of Go Go.

  • It's percussion drums.

  • It's Congress and along with percussion cow bills and things of that nature.

  • So that's the basic foundation of the Gogel sound.

  • In order to keep the people on the dance floor, they will play a cushion.

  • Some people still dance.

  • What remained everything.

  • Do they make soul at the world that beat in tweeted records became homeless is sold himself.

  • The go go genre is beat drip.

  • Any genre of music can fit.

  • On top of that be the crowd plays a big part in Go Go, because the way that we write our songs were right to anticipate the crowd.

  • Reactions and responses.

  • Karlan respond.

  • Has a lot of history goes always back.

  • Teoh African cultures.

  • You know what?

  • The drunk communicating, You're drunk.

  • It kind of reminds you of Ah, like a tribal leader, you know, call responses almost like it's like a war called back in the day.

  • They played a certain beat that calls the people to rise up and get ready for war.

  • We're doing it through music and sending the same vibes.

  • And so people hear that sound.

  • They get up, prepare to respond to the properly.

  • A lot of politicians come out of Washington, D.

  • C.

  • The first group called to get people to come together.

  • Let's go get a choir to get their political views of calls, and that's what that's the importance of going that showed the power because without us they would have ever have small turnouts a lot of venues are closing that we used to play it over the years for political reasons because they would say that vocal music is valid.

  • If Vallis a cure any kind of form of fashion around a global venue, it could be a model way.

  • Go go will be responsible for because they say people came from the global Coster that caused this.

  • And that's political to me is not true.

  • He had a big impact on the on the go go See, I tell you, man, it's like getting thinner and thinner.

  • You got bull bands, but let's venues to perform Music never hurt nobody.

  • We gotta keep on doing a pretty good government and put out more original part of the song.

  • More festive song.

  • More, more positive motivated song Motivate them Education.

  • Part of always outdoors in negative every day.

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Musicians Aim to Keep DC's Go-go Music Going

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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