Monica Williams, Dancing Country Feet, Anglesey - 13/01/2001
Great! Instant hit with our Thursday class. Hope it is a success for Alan. They all loved the music. I did it to Start the Car by The Bunch, from the Ultimate In Dance Album. Good luck Monica Williams
Lin(Louisiana's) - 13/01/2001
My classes loved this easy,fun dance.They have tried it to the suggested Garth Brooks country music track and to the S Club 7 track,and have enjoyed both.Makes a change - a dance to keep everyone happy!
Nicola Glenc - 12/01/2001
I loved this dance the moment i learned it, you can have sooo much fun with it. It's also very energetic, i couldn't believe it when i first saw Maggie Gallagher dance it...whoa can that girl move...seriously, one minuit she was at the front, the next she had danced all the way to the back!!!!
Anyway i love it!
beverley husbands - 12/01/2001
If you can understand how its done it can be really nice!
Gemma - 12/01/2001
I think that this dance is very inspirational and found it very fun to learn congratalations on another brilliant dance maggie
Janet Peel - 11/01/2001
A dance that flows well. Very popular at our class.
George - 11/01/2001
Sorry Rob, meant to give you 5 not 1!!!!!!!!!!
Kay - 11/01/2001
This is a great dance, with lots of opportunities for styling. Love the music too. Not too difficult to learn, just a bit tricky on the timing in some places - gives the old grey matter something to do! Glad it is still around given the speed that dances come and go!! Surprised it isn't better known and that there haven't been more reviews. I give it a 4.
Paul Davies - 10/01/2001
This is one cool dance, it fits so well, this should get the award of the year, the main thing about this dance is that its so much fun its really jolly WELL DONE!
Nicola Glenc - 10/01/2001
This is gorgeous!!!! I'm not really a fan of slow dances, but this is sooooo lovely...you can totally tell it's one of Jo Thompsons'
creations. When done to Gary Allan you can really drift away...like smoke rings in the dark!!
Well done Jo, this one is a winner!
SUE - 10/01/2001
A beautiful song which is quite slow but the dance fits really well. Taught it to my classes last week and they loved it. Timing can be a bit tricky on the scuffs but it's well worth a go.
Sue - 10/01/2001
Quite a nice dance which doesn't need too much concentration. Shame it's not a two wall dance because the end would be nice done contra (man bowing-woman curtesying. However, my classes like it as it is. Definitely worth teaching.
Alan - 10/01/2001
At 183 bpm this is FAST but once you have the hang of it, it's a really satisfying way to dance to a "jazzy" song and makes a good change from the more usual music that seems to be doing the rounds.
Alan - 10/01/2001
As a new dancer the vogue for this dance has passed in our club. However, we do it (very) occasionally and I think it's a terrific dance. The music is also fantastic. Took a while of practicing at home to do it and I'm glad of that effort even though it's rarely put into action on the dance floor.
Alan - 10/01/2001
I'm impressed with Gemma's beginners... as a beginner myself I found it quite challenging initially! We also see a choice after step 10 of a sailor turning quarter left or a shuffle turn 3-quarters right and that can confuse. The tempo mix is hard to find but essential and great when it's played (the version on Come On Over is noticeably slower). I love the dance but need reminding how to do it if we haven't done it for a while as there are quite a few "bits" in it. Well worth having a go.