David Lean ( Tramline Stompers ) - 25/04/2002
I can only agree with the above, especially as it's excuse to put the "Come On Over" album on again, this dance has now replaced Fuzzy Duck Slide in my repartoire.
Lynn Kryger - 03/04/2002
At last a true beginner dance with no shuffles, sailors steps or other non-beginner syncopated moves. All three of my classes love this one and even the intermediates like an easier dance with a fastish beat for a change. More of the same - please!
Jean Barlow - 25/03/2002
Great Beginner dance, but all levels in our classes get up to do it. Shania tracks rocks along at quite a pace and is fun to do. We definitely need more Beginner dances like this one to country tracks. Note: The shimmies should be done going forward and not to the sides.
karen and nita trotters wd nottingham - 19/03/2002
this was not an easy dance to teach, the 3rd section causing all the problems, not to mention the tag and repeating the last 2 sections at the end. having said that people persevered and all the hard work was worth it once they started to get the feel of the dance. when people struggle to master a dance and persevere with it it usually means the dance has a good chance of sticking around longer than most. as usual chris hodgson has come up with another clever dance. well worth the effort of learning
Carol Clements - 25/05/2001
Taught this one a few weeks ago to my beginners. Easy teach, easy for them to learn, the love it. One thing: Saw it taught at a local charity event, and the instructor had the dancers shimmying to the side. One of my dancers almost got knocked over. Could this be just a mistake, or does anyone else do them that way? I taught it with the shimmys stepping forward as the step-sheet says.
Barbara Jagusch - 09/03/2001
This is a great little beginner dance, lots of energy, great music
easy and it always puts a smile on the dancer's faces! Teachers, don't pass this one up, an excellent dance to get your beginners feet moving! They love it!