bb - 08/05/2001
looks more difficult than it is,just tricky with those heel jacks.once you can get them its plain sailing, love this dance now
Lisa - 20/04/2001
With a great dance and great music, you just can't help but dance to it.
clum - 02/04/2001
love this dance, sassy, the music makes you want to dance to it
Martin - 24/03/2001
This is an extremely versatile unique dance. A brilliant alternative to switch it to country music is Dwight Yoakmans "Fast as you can" from "Last chance for a thousand years" CD. It makes this superb dance even better. Well done Maggie.
David Eddison - 08/03/2001
Nice dance just enough of a difficulty level to make it interesting, want to keep it country as we do, try Scooter Lee's Honey Hush
Leanne Rolls - 07/03/2001
This is a good dance, choreographed to a good piece of music. EVERYBODY in my class liked both the music and the dance, which does seem a rarity in itself these days. Definitely top of our list at the mo!
Jessie - 25/02/2001
I love this dance and i think maggie is the number 1 choreographer, as my other favourite dances beside hot love are county down and drowsy maggie. So well done maggie and keep the dances coming especially the ones to irish music because there brillient.
alan - 04/02/2001
I guess the fast rocks at the start put the "less young" folks off and the boogie steps followed by those cross-step-heel-jacks are initially a challenge but really worth practising - it's so satisfying when mastered. We tend to prefer the T-Rex music rather than the bagpipes version but each to his own....! If you're of a vintage to remember the T-Rex music this is a must-learn to dance kind of dance.
Irene - 03/02/2001
I showed this in class and unanimously everyone liked the dance. Ages of dancers range from 11 to over 70. It fits the music well but if you want to keep it country, track one on Eric Hatherley's new CD is a great country track which goes well. Well done Maggie, your best dance yet.
Nicola Glenc - 18/01/2001
I don't see why everyone says it has hard steps in it, there's nothing complicated here!!! I found it fun and Easy, the music goes on a bit though! But yeah this is a really nice dance.
Well done Maggie!
The Boxroom - 30/12/2000
Remember the 70's when The Quo were performing live on stage and they lined up to rock their upper bodies and those guitars, well here is a dance to get you going with that beat.
The dance goes well to any 8 bar blues and fits most Quo songs. It also fits well with those meatier country numbers with a rock base (for example "Wild Side Of Life" and is a peach to The Rolling Stones, Brown Sugar.
A dance for everybody to enjoy in any genre of music, so no excuses, tone up those upper bodies now that you have got your legs going!
Leesa Barnes - 23/12/2000
We was recently taught this dance by Fi Scott on a Linedance weekend in Bournemouth. Its got a few harder steps in it but once they have been mastered then it is a excellent dance. Well Done