Suzanne Simpson - 11/03/2003
Love this dance,very popular at our class.Dance is well written,has excellent timing and is an interesting challenge.Love it to bits!
Marilyn - 12/02/2003
Absolutely love this dance, my favourite at the moment. Only 32 counts but brilliant choreography. Tricky to get the hang of first time round but worth the effort, once mastered a dance that will come naturally. Fits perfectly to the great music and I strongly recommend dancers give it a try. My kind of dance - love it. No tags or restarts for a change, what a relief. Well done.
Anne "Shy-anne's LDC" - 11/11/2002
I really love this dance i like the traditional 8 & 1 timing, taught it tonight and went well with the majority....... especially after the second time they danced it..great music by marc A.....
David of Lincoln Lone Stars - 11/11/2002
Good little dance, some may find it a little tricky at first but soon falls into place. Always have doubts as to how successful off beat cha-chas and dances to tracks sung in foreign languages will be? However, this could join the list of ones that have made it like Islands In The Stream and Shakatak.
Lin - 07/11/2002
Love the dance,love the music,have taught it at classes this week and it has gone really well.
Val.S - 01/11/2002
I also learnt this @ Walton with DDUK crew. Great dance, iffy music but I expect it will grow on me. Mark retaught this on Monday thank goodness. I've got the hang of it now (I think.)
Karen Hunn - 31/10/2002
Learnt this on Saturday at the Dance Direct event in Walton on the Naze, and thought it was a lovely dance and so taught it to my class last night, and went down really well. I have liked a lot of Andrew & Simon's dances but I think this has got to be my favourite, also nice to see Sheila's name on the list of choreographers. I highly recommend this one and am sure it's going to be a hit.