Mike Taylor - 24/08/2002
Nice flowing 'subtle' waltz (read the header notes). The starting point of the dance may require a bit of practice. The rest of the dance being pretty straight forward with no 'tricky bits'. Lovely music, though a bit sad.
kang - 23/08/2002
Think this dance is just great
Kang - 23/08/2002
Only done this once can't stop singing the music and i think it will be a HIT
Kang - 23/08/2002
This dance really fits the music I love it
David Lean ( Tramline Stompers ) - 23/08/2002
I first saw this dance when it was 'hot' 4/5 years ago, but was not keen on it possibly due to the phrased nature of it, last summer (2001), found another club locally were reviving it, so plucked up the courage to attempt it, learnt it in approx 20 mins, taught it the next next night when it was very hot, against all odds, my class who are mostly mature in age grasped it straight away, and now often request it about once a month, an excellent dance that will go down as an oldie for years to come.
Wayne - 23/08/2002
Terrific combination of steps & music & it looks great on the floor.
josie wellins - 23/08/2002
brill dance,fits the music so well,keep up the good work
Robert Lindsay - 22/08/2002
Great dance Chrissie and it flows so well and step patterns fab!
See you soon I hope xx
Jennie - 22/08/2002
This is such a lovely dance. Going well with my classes. i feel though, thats its not getting the recognition it deserves. Beautiful track of music.
Diana Dawson - 22/08/2002
A great little dance.We've done it to Holly Valance but both my classes preferred dancing to the original Turkish version by Tarkan (the tags are in there too but in different places - music only parts). I hope the dance lasts after Kiss Kiss has faded away as it can be enjoyed to all sorts of music (without tags)
Karen Hunn - 21/08/2002
This dance has gone down fantastically in my Intermediate level class, and is very popular in general at the club where I teach. A couple of tricky bits to make you think, but is worth the effort.
karen and nita - 21/08/2002
this is a very pretty dance. not easy at first but once you get used to the steps the restarts become very clear with the music. went down very well with the more experienced dancers.
David Lean (Tramline Stompers ) - 20/08/2002
Recently found this dance within the cover notes to 'Jukebox 3', the music being on Track 5 of this compilation, I learent and taught this dance within 20 minutes and its often requsted as an end of evening friendship dance, Well done 'Easy Rider' for the music and well done 'Carl' in Wales for putting it together
David Lean ( Tramline Stompers ) - 20/08/2002
Taught this dance about 2 years ago, its since been on the back burner in the archives, maybe I oughtn to revive it, if only to hear the goddess 'Shania' ROCK THIS COUNTRY!
John - 19/08/2002
A super dance that fits the music a treat. Not so hard that you struggle to learn it but challenging enough that it shouldn't lose its interest too quickly. Well worth trying.