Jane Morrell - 06/01/2001
This dance just about goes with anything! Love to dance it to Sonique - really exhillarating and good fun. Easy dance to teach to beginners - well deserved 4 points I think!!
James Polson - 06/01/2001
Fantastic country track, suits all levels of dancer from the novice to the most experianced with a clever scuff and brush section.
Lin (LOUISIANA`S) - 06/01/2001
Lovely dance to great music,and my class loved it.Wish there were more dances like this around.
Angela Tou - 05/01/2001
Brilliant - you can make it as energetic or as subdued as you like.
Sheree Westhead - 02/01/2001
This is such a great dance, a real floor filler, i hope it gets dance of the year. Keep up the good work Daniel!
Robert Evans - 02/01/2001
Thank you Brenda for your right on assessment. Yes the dance does fit well, but that song is like nails on the blackboard.
Anneka - 01/01/2001
i wish i was a centipede i would give it 100 boots. I think this dance is great cos it fits really well with the peice of music, plus the music is also very good.
Debbie Chandler - 31/12/2000
I have read a lot of conflicting reviews to this dance. A lot of dancers believe that dances have to be fast to be impressive, and of course, many of them are. This one is different because you need to know the music inside out to do the dance properly. We are lucky in Weymouth to have an great instuctor who taught this stunning dance so well that when we are on the floor, we all flow together and look great. This dance is not durge, you just need the ability to listen to the music to get it right! Well done Rob Fowler-I love this dance.
Tony Flintoff - 31/12/2000
This is a fantastic dance - the music is so catchy, the steps go with the music really well and you feel like you have done a superb dance.
sarah upshaw - 31/12/2000
this is a great dance & the kids that i teach thought it was great too
Greg - 30/12/2000
A beautiful piece of music which makes you want to move in the way the dance is written. They compliment each other exellently
The Boxroom - 30/12/2000
Remember the 70's when The Quo were performing live on stage and they lined up to rock their upper bodies and those guitars, well here is a dance to get you going with that beat.
The dance goes well to any 8 bar blues and fits most Quo songs. It also fits well with those meatier country numbers with a rock base (for example "Wild Side Of Life" and is a peach to The Rolling Stones, Brown Sugar.
A dance for everybody to enjoy in any genre of music, so no excuses, tone up those upper bodies now that you have got your legs going!
philip marson - 30/12/2000
ONE OF MY FAVORITE DANCES,GREAT MUSIC.IF YOU HAVE NOT LEARNT THIS ONE YOU SHOULD GIVE IT A GO.
Maggie Lydon - 29/12/2000
I love this dance its just great fun! all my classes love it too the response has brilliant.
Chip - 28/12/2000
My class just love this dance. A real winner from a great choreographer! Keep an eye out - I know this one's gonna be big