Salsa might be known as the 'street' version of the Mambo by dancers and the steps can be similar though the timing and styling is different. There are two main styles of salsa: linear and circular. The most well-known styles are Cali-style (from Colombia), Cuban-style ("Casino"), LA-style, New York-style, and Puerto Rican-style. NEW VIDEO COMING SOON
Country Western dancing is informal. Because of cowboy boots, country dances are more likely to feature a flat-footed glide with some heel and toe touches. Typically danced counter-clockwise around a large dance floor except for the line dances which are intended for spot-dancing.
The Argentine Tango developed in working-class neighborhoods of Buenos Aires throughout the 18th century. It was not a high-society dance, but instead was a social dance for cowboys (“gauchos”) and the girls who worked in the saloons.