Alistair Tyrey - 25/02/2007
nice little dance, class struggled with the order but the music makes clear where the tag should be. as to karen's comments, here here!
Christine Clements - 24/02/2007
nice dance i'm old enough to remember the original song. fast feet.
Karen - 23/02/2007
Musically not my cup of tea, well written to the music. Flows with the music miles more than Dees version (which I believe BimboBoots wrote his long before Dees). We really should give young, fresh choreographers a chance. This dance has lovely steps and it annoys me that only well knowned and established choreographers get the chance. Some of the dances recent choreographers are drivel, run of the mill stuff, mass producing dances with a rehash of current dances. We have fresh talent that need recognising. there we go. Rant over. Now BimboBoots find me a country track that fits please
Claire Tasker - 23/02/2007
top BANANA mikey! my fav so far of your dances,i know jody secretly enjoys it even if she does moan at the fast footwork lol RATING??? 5 of course mwah x
Thomas Gage - 23/02/2007
I'm more of a country man, but the steps on this one are really different.I love the 4 count syncopated lock on the same foot, not what I would of expected (which in turn challenges me). good one
Mike Taylor - 23/02/2007
Saw this one demo danced at Kim's Feb MK Workshop. Fast fancy footwork, travels the floor nicely. well done!
Hayley Thurlow - 22/02/2007
saw this danced at kim rays workshop demos, great music, interesting steps, loved the tag swivel section. great work.
James Harrington - 19/02/2007
Love this funky dance, well danced to the music..As usuall good work from Mr Sexy M... Yumm xx
Charlene Anderson - 04/03/2006
Great dance, nice, short, sweet and fun. have emailed you Michael about your other dances too. keep up the great work. would like to see some country from you.
Mike Taylor - 04/03/2006
From the extreame order ABTag of his debut dance to Hung Up to a rather funky and simple dance to a rejuvinated classic track from Quincy Jones. Lots of fun and highly enjoyable! Instantly accessable to all ages (even though the music is young), try it at your class; I dare you.