Random footage from the Old School Jam Set @ Romance Slam Jam!
Links are below....most are between 11MB and 25MB each!
We'll try to resave the video in a smaller file size (these are actually 50% compressed, if you can believe that!)
Since this was from a digital camera and not a camcorder with a built-in spotlight, the footage will appear sort of dark. You can adjust the brightness while viewing each in Windows Media Player by changing the Brightness setting under View > Enhancements > Show Enhancements.
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool1.wmv (4.6 MB)
Proud Mary intro (batteries died before the good part! Sorry!)
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool2.wmv (19.8 MB)
Pat Simmons and company do their rendition of the Staple Singers classic 'I'll Take You There'
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool3.wmv (25.7 MB)
'Freeway of Love' by the new Aretha!
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool4.wmv (20.6 MB)
Barbara Keaton does her revised version of Superfreak!
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool5.wmv (14.0 MB)
The New Supremes perform 'Stop In The Name Of Love'
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool6.wmv (17.4 MB)
Gwynne Forster does the Beatles!
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool7.wmv (14.1 MB)
Dyanne Davis does 'Jimmy Mack!'
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool8.wmv (51.8 MB)
8 minutes of the 2nd Soul Train line! (missed the first Soul Train line due to dead batteries)
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool9.wmv (12.7 MB)
Dyanne Davis and others do some dances from back in the day!
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool10.wmv (11.6 MB)
Everybody jumps on the floor for MJB's 'Just Fine' (notice Kayla Perrin hiding from the camera)
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool11.wmv (11.9 MB)
Earl Sewell leads the pack for the modified version of the Slide.
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool12.wmv (22.2 MB)
'We Are Family' by Chi-Town RAWSistaz-Sledge!
www.urban-reviews.com/rsjpics/oldschool13.wmv (25.7 MB)
Wayne Jordan is 'entertained' for his birthday during a cover of 'Lady Marmalade'
(Hey, they knew the cameras were rolling! LOL!)