Dawn McCullough - 14/11/2000
Another tricky but great dance. Once youve mastered the turns this is feels good!
Peter Brown - 14/11/2000
Excellent Dance - fits the music well. The classes I attend "Sharons All Stars" based in Norwich also dance this (as a variation) to the Drowsy Maggie music by the Fables - Start with Drowsy Maggie (32 step dance) then into Ballymore Boys (another 32 step dance) and repeat the two dances - lo and behold a 64 step dance that gets the brain and feet working overtime - Try it!
Peter Brown - 14/11/2000
I think the lack of reviews say everything - hate the dance, hate the music even more!
Anne - 14/11/2000
This is definately a grow on you dance but fits great, my favoripart
is when you hit the backrock and the music sounds a big crash, you
know your in step for sure then ! I cant wait for this part to come around.
Janet - 13/11/2000
Lovely dance and music. Tricky to learn but it's worth it.
Connie - 13/11/2000
Love the dance & the music!!!
Maggie Lydon - 12/11/2000
This is a lovely flowing dance to really lovely music. i like it very much.
Ian Nixon - 12/11/2000
A really good beginner dance. Fits well with music and gives a bit of a challenger to beginners without being too difficult. Appeals to intermediate level as well.
Mag's - 11/11/2000
Nice little dance, I liked it
'dj' - 11/11/2000
Dont like this at all... dont like the music and the dance is just not upto Robs Standards
Karen Hunn - 11/11/2000
This dance fits very well to a lovely piece of music, I taught this one to my classes last week and they really enjoyed it once mastering the last section.
Lynn Maher - 10/11/2000
I first saw this danced at the Kirkby suite competition heat. In my opinion, it should have won.It was a real line dance, danced by real linedancers. Its a basic 64 count cha cha suitable for all age groups,unlike some of the other dances entered into the competition.
It can also be danced to My boy lollipop(fast version) and Nobody Knows by Sean Kenny. For younger dancers it also goes really well to Robbie Williams' Rock DJ.All in all an excellent dance written by an extremely under-rated, talented choroegrapher. Keep up the good work Tracy.
Anne Hewitt - 10/11/2000
Love it and so does the class, especially like the triple turns and the way the tag kicks in to the music, it makes you want to dance Well done Mark and Jan!!
Pete Morgan - 09/11/2000
What a lovely dance and a gorgeous song.
Jo - 09/11/2000
A great little dance, only 24 steps so not too difficult to remember, but at the same time it takes a little while to get the hang of it. t fits really well with the music and looks great when you watch others doing it.