Terry - 26/12/2001
A really FUN line dance! Can get funky, throw in extra spins, and like Lesley said, is best done with alternating lines going up and down.
Only problem is, it wasn't choreographed that way, so if some people weren't taught the variation, you just end up with a bunch of people randomly trying to follow whoever is around them depending who they think is doing it "right". I really wish the choreographer thought of it and put it in the dance, because it absolutely "MAKES" the dance!
Hank & Denise - 16/12/2001
Into the fourth week for us now with this one it's still filling the floor and attracting interest from visiting dancers. Well done Gary and god for you Steve H for putting it in the mag let the country enjoy it. Merry Xmas all well done Ogi Ogi Ogi !!
Ed Ybarra - 24/03/2001
If you can dance Syncopated Rhythm, you are are a REAL LINE DANCER!
Lesley - 28/10/2000
One of the best ever line dances. Especially if you alternate along the lines one up and one down on the 'syncopated rhythm' part of the song. Slightly challenging for novice dancers but experienced dancers really get into it - one that I think will last at the discos.
Kirsty Cheal - 10/10/2000
David J. Woods - 06/08/2000
Very catchy pop tune, Ive been doing this dance for some time now and I still love doing... sad I know!!
Craig @ Double C stompers - 01/07/2000
Tought this was an excellent dance. Very energetic. Not for the faint hearted
Sue Ridder - 13/06/2000
great and challenging dance, though I have found the different step sheets conflicting with one another in small details - confusing if you rely on getting your dances from a step sheet! I have recently taught this dance to my group (Holland) and they find it a great challenge!