John Dowling - 22/05/2001
Currently one of my favourites. Rob taught this one last year at Brean Sands. Hard to start with, but once it 'clicks' it gets much easier. Plenty of variety and a good one to impress the watching crowd with. The only shame is that the music is hard to come by - let's get it on a compilation and get the dance into the charts!
Alan - 14/05/2001
Absolutely right Linda, this is a great dance. Some of our club members learnt it at Bournemouth last year and we've done it every week since. Personally it's still my favourite and we don't seem to tire of the music nor the dance. Can be rather challenging for some as there certainly are plenty of steps but VERY well worth persevering with as there are plenty of repetitions (with subtleties) to help learn it and plenty to please those who want to dance with attitude or like the humour of the dipping shoulders. Some interesting variations on the line of the arms in the walk, some like to wave them like flags and others like a horizontal arm line on the left step but whatever - it's fun, challenging and a good workout to boot (oops). Enjoy! Enjoy!
Linda Hoe - 09/04/2001
Difficult yes, but well worth it, the first 48 steps are repeated anyway, so think of it as AAB, AAB, this is one to impress. i think its going to be a smash