Steve Bisson - 03/03/2009
Definitely a "blast from the past" and well worth revisiting. Many of our dancers here in Northern Cyprus have never seen Mamma Africa and are really enjoying it for the first time - great dance and music that is a bit different from the norm!
tinkerbell - 24/03/2002
brilliant dance and great music to go with it a good floor filler
leeny - 21/03/2002
Brilliant dance goes great to the music.
Keep them coming Gerard.
Trisha Conroy - 21/03/2002
I was taught this at one of the classes I go to but at the other 3 classes the instructers wont do it ,I dont know why I think its superb.
Gary Lafferty - 15/03/2002
Absolutely BRILLIANT dance, just fits soooo well to the music. Yes, it's phrased. Do we care ? Not a jot! None of the other dances to this track can match this one, I reckon - it just "fits" to the music. Could this be the dance to take Number 1 spot from Chill Factor ? I wouldn't bet against it. A must-do.
kim - 21/12/2001
my favourite dance.
Cecilia Holroyd - 07/12/2001
Chris - 22/11/2001
Taught this dance to my class and they loved it.Great music and a great dance. Well worth the money for the CD just for this track.
Val fom Caley's Country - 13/11/2001
Missed this one at the Deanies gig at the Cairn's but Mark taught on Monday. Smashing dance, terrific music. Can have some fun with this. Now, how does it start?
Fiona Haslett - 08/11/2001
Jo Thompson taught this dance at her workshop, it went down a storm with hundreds of people all shouting 'HEY'and 'TA DA' at the same time. The optional arm movements are a challenge but worth mastering. I have taught this in my classes and everyone loves it mainly because the music is excellent.