Alegria.

20 Jan

By Fania All-Stars »:

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Fifty Shades Of Salsa Gigolo.

20 Jan

The following references are from:
Fifty Shades of Grey
by E.L. James ».

This book is about a Dominant, who initiates his submissive.

Chapter Four, Pages 63-64
“… He Takes my hand once more. Holy cow — he’s leading me onto the dance floor. Shit. I do not dance. He can sense my reluctance, and under the colored lights I see his amused, sardonic smile. He gives my hand a sharp tug, and I’m in his arms, and he starts to move, taking me with him. Boy, he can dance, and I can’t believe that I’m following him step for step. Maybe it’s because I’m drunk that I can keep up. He’s holding me tight against him, his body against mine . . . if he wasn’t clutching me so tightly, I’m sure I would swoon at his feet. In the back of my mind, my mother’s often-recited warning comes to me: Never trust a man who can dance. …”

Chapter Four, Pages 63-64

Oh, that reluctance. I love that reluctance. It’s always intriguing to see what is possible with a salsera ingenue in our first dance. Will one dance be enough, or will I want more? Will she want more?

Chapter Seven, Page 101
“… “So you’ll get your kicks by exerting your will over me.”

“It’s about gaining your trust and your respect, so you’ll let me exert my will over you. I will gain a great deal of pleasure, joy even, in your submission. The more you submit, the greater my joy — it’s a very simple equation.”

“Okay, and what do I get out of this?”

He shrugs and looks almost apologetic.

“Me,” he says simply. …”

Chapter Seven, Page 101

I crave that feeling of taking a salsera ingenue up to her limits, and then some. I am willing to take risks, to see what kind of dance is possible for us. I am willing to make mistakes, and ask for forgiveness later.

Chapter Sixteen, Pages 287-288
“… “It’s the way I’m made, Anastasia. I need to control you. I need you to behave in a certain way, and if you don’t — I love to watch your beautiful alabaster skin pink and warm up under my hands. It turns me on.”

Holy shit. Now we’re getting somewhere.

“So it’s not the pain you’re putting me through?”

He swallows.

“A bit, to see if you can take it, but that’s not the whole reason. It’s the fact that you are mine to do with as I see fit — ultimate control over someone else. And it turns me on. Big time, Anastasia. Look, I’m not explaining myself very well . . . I’ve never had to before. I’ve not really thought about this in any great depth. I’ve always been with like-minded people.” He shrugs apologetically. “And you still haven’t answered my question — how did you feel afterward?”

“Confused.”

“You were sexually aroused by it, Anastasia.” …”

Chapter Sixteen, Pages 287-288

When I sense a salsera ingenue’s complete submission, her desire for me to take charge, I don’t say a word and just take. No politically-correct salsa for me. I like my salsa raw. The dance is for me, and she is there for my pleasure. Salsa Gigolo First.
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I Got It.

16 Jan

By Marian Hill »:

Live version:

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Gray Matters.

16 Jan

Gray Matters

Gray Matters (2006) – 93/100 – A sapphic salsera ingenue is tempted by forbidden fruit.

Some of my favourite actors in this movie:

Heather GrahamHeather Graham – Sapphic salsera ingenue.

Bridget MoynahanBridget Moynahan – Forbidden fruit.

Trailer:

Cinematography – 9/10
Story – 9/10
Pacing – 9/10
Action and Dialogue – 9/10
Impact – 9/10
Characters – 9/10
Originality – 10/10

Music – 10/10
Salsa/ Dance – 8/10
Makes you want to be a salsera in a sapphic love triangle – 11/10

Total – 93/100

Un Montón De Estrellas.

13 Aug

By Polo Montañez »:
Bachata version by Ivan Venot »:

The Lost City.

13 Aug

The Lost City

The Lost City (2005) – 90/100 – A nightclub owner in Cuba loses love and family during the revolution.

Some of my favourite actors in this movie:
Andy GarciaAndy Garcia – Nightclub owner.

Inés SastreInés Sastre – Forbidden fruit.

Bill MurrayBill Murray – Surprising and kooky cameo.

Dustin HoffmanDustin Hoffman – Surprising, slightly less kooky cameo.

Trailer:

Cinematography – 9/10
Story – 9/10
Pacing – 9/10
Action and Dialogue – 9/10
Impact – 8/10
Characters – 9/10
Originality – 10/10

Music – 10/10
Salsa/ Dance – 10/10
Makes you want to be a salsa gigolo – 7/10

Total – 90/100

Dope Dog.

11 Aug

By George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic »:

Live spoken word version:

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