pollie - 20/02/2001
Try 4 walls of ballymore boys, 4 walls of shamrock shake and 4 walls of heave away - or even a wall or two of MMMBop just for fun, they all work great. This is fun music!
Drowsy Stef - 19/02/2001
I learnt this dance at harrogate and it was the second best dance i learnt there. I havent had the chance to dance it since, but maybe now i will! Brilliant dance to a brilliant piece of music!! Well Done Peter!
clare - 19/02/2001
i think that is dance is very good and it will look good with the right style!
Jean Barlow - 19/02/2001
My class like this dance but personally I think that both the dance and the music are very dreary. It is slightly better to the Latino Mix which is a bit faster. I certainly wouldn't bother getting up to dance it whichever track is played - I think it's dire!!
Christine Muttock - 19/02/2001
I think this is a great dance for beginners, easy to learn and to teach and particularly nice to be able to introduce a bridge which don't normally start appearing until intermediate dances. I also like the track very much and I think it will be a dance we can use when we have a band night at our club and a song used which we are not familiar with.
julie cole - 19/02/2001
great dance with enough different steps to keep your interest but not too hard to master
Chris Cleevely - 18/02/2001
Peter, you taught this dance very quickly at the end of the evening at Witney (14 Feb) and I thought it was great and I've now bought The Tweenies track which, as you said, it fits really well too. Great dance - well done Peter and Alison.
Cathy - 18/02/2001
It was a nice dance but the other dance to it 'whatever' was
Linda - 18/02/2001
I love this dance.My class found it difficult to start with,but are enjoying it now.
Heather Bosustow - 18/02/2001
A very enjoyable dance to do, easy to learn and to remember.
Margaret - 17/02/2001
Great fun dance requiring a lot of energy. Seems to me too hard for a "Beginner" grade especially as there is not much repetition.
r madeley - 16/02/2001
Fantastic dance! learnt it at Deans' chance to dance in harrogate (2000) - shame it's taken a year for people to start getting it in england. mind you geting it printed shows the power of the internet! hope this dance gets as popular with everyone else as it is with everyone who already knows it :)
Stefan - 16/02/2001
could be a great dance but the phrasing is AAB AAB AB AAB where does "A" start and where does "B" get going?? Help us out here!!
sharon - 15/02/2001
my fave at the moment!! Fab dance, with some different steps in it! great music, just makes you want to sing out load! well done Pat. !
Connie Darby from CHEYENNE in Redcar,Cleveland.U>K> - 15/02/2001
Best dance out at the moment. When are you coming back to the North East Peter. Thanks to you for the enjoyment you have given us.