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Old 08-15-2005, 12:18 PM   #6
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Historian I'm gonna have to disagree with you. But your view is a good one. When I think of these two styles, Old style vs. contemp. I think of the dancing and not necessarily the dress part of it.

Ex:

Old style : John Hughes, Ron Harris, Earl Plumley, Terry Tsotigh

Contemp: Jared Buffalohead, Angelo Normand, Ronnie Goodeagle Jr., Wahkeen YB

Think about the dance styles there.

John Hughes came out with some good outfits, bright yellow and stuff, kinda like Ralph Haymond, then to me added feathers and basically full eagletails on their shoulders. Yet to me they remained old style.

Lewis Cozad what would you consider? old style or contemp? Check out his battery lit shirts! holy chit!!! hahaha

Osages have them glitters shirts too, yet most dance old style.

Cuttin up, yup yup, whenever that drum brings it out, let loose, dance your style.

When I see a straight dancer jammin (skippies) across the dance floor I think contemp.

Another beer please.................
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