Wendy J - 19/12/2001
Takes a couple of goes to get into the swing of things, but fantastic dance and music. WE LOVE IT1
Maggie and Susie - 19/12/2001
Give us more like this to get our feet into. Our classes fave at the moment. WELL DONE GIVE YOURSELF A DRINK AND MAKE IT A BIG ONE!!!!
Sue - 19/12/2001
This is a fabulous dance, it goes perfectly to the music, flows well and it would be really nice to see more dance by these choreographers on the floor, they are really creative and talented.
Gaynor Warrilow - 19/12/2001
A lovely dance, easy to learn and open to a few 'turns' for the more experienced. Makes a change to the other beginner waltzes. Look forward to your next one.
Val Saunders. - 17/12/2001
This is one of the first dances we learnt with Di at Colchester Leisure Centre a few years ago. I loved it at the time but have found there are so many versions of it, it puts you off. It was a laugh at the time but things move on and how!!
Katie - 17/12/2001
Give me more like this one, it's my favourite one! not for the feint hearted.
Jessie - 17/12/2001
Excellent dance, well written, the music is great but only for the experienced dance. But we still love it in the class.
Wendy - 17/12/2001
Michael has excelled himself with this one. I love it, it's my favourite at the moment. If you have been dancing a while and want a challenge this one is for you. Don't miss out!!!!
Sally Tipping - 17/12/2001
Danced this with Karen at a BHF Party on Dec. 2nd and really loved it. Altho' she calls it a "Beginner" dance there are lots of opportunities in the dance for more advanced dancers to turn. We have also been dancing it to Westlife "Queen of my Heart". A really lovely quick to pick up waltz.
tina mayson - 16/12/2001
i like the song that goes to it a good fun dance to do we love it at our club keep up the good work
Hank & Denise - 16/12/2001
Into the fourth week for us now with this one it's still filling the floor and attracting interest from visiting dancers. Well done Gary and god for you Steve H for putting it in the mag let the country enjoy it. Merry Xmas all well done Ogi Ogi Ogi !!
Chris L - 16/12/2001
A nice dance.
Clare Cash - 15/12/2001
I enjoy dancing it and its' a good one to teach beginners as the sequences are repeated. The quarter turns Karen uses to get us to the New Wall are particularly usefull. Excellent choreography, altogether a lovely dance.
Music Suggestion ; 'Queen of My Heart' - by Westlife
Dave Kinsey - 15/12/2001
This is a cracking little dance, short but sweet. it fits best to the Mary Capin Carpenter track, Saturday Night at the twist and shout but is more challenging to Fais do do. It makes a pleasant change to review a new country dance.
Greg - 14/12/2001
Not bad dance. Gonna test it out on my class after christmas.