About Grabowski Shuffle
The 'Grabowski Shuffle' is a sequel to the 'Super Bowl Shuffle' of the Chicago Bears that was made for their 1985 appearance at the Super Bowl. The former is a very short video available in the VHS and DVD formats. It was first released on DVD on December 19, 2005. The Chicago Bears' 'Super Bowl Shuffle' ran for over five minutes and was released on March 1, 1985. It was a rap song by the team members of the Chicago Bears. After the Chicago Bears won in 1985, the 'Super Bowl Shuffle' reached #41 on the Bill Board charts and even earned a Grammy nomination. Mike Ditka, Jr., a former NFL player, served for eleven years as head coach of the Chicago Bears. He was head coach when they won the 1985 Super Bowl and later became a television commentator. When the 'Grabowski Shuffle' was released twenty years after the 1985 'Super Bowl Shuffle', it was Mike Ditka, Jr. who took the initiative, and even danced in the video. The term 'Grabowski' refers to the blue collar background of the Chicago Bears. This hilarious eighties rap video is available in NTSC format. The quality of the video and audio is superb and reminds Chicago Bear fans of their glory days. The lighting is used to perfection in the video so that it contrasts with the styles and outfits of the dancers. The short clipping is amusing but still manages to convey a lot to the audience. The basic theme of blue collar people evident in the video has been well received by viewers in their hometown of Chicago and throughout the U.S.