Tina Fernandez - 08/01/2014
Not a hard dance by any means but interesting how it changes from a one wall dance into a four wall dance. Don't be put off by all the restarts or the very easy tag. The music tells you so clearly when and where. Great foot work, a super track and enough to keep you interested. Super dance and a big thumbs up from class. Glad I only told class it was a four wall 48 count dance taught it and then told them about the restarts and tags or I may of had an empty floor. Well worth the effort of learning and teaching. Well done Kate 8-)
David Spencer - 12/12/2013
Can't really add much to what's already been said except to agree with it all! Yes if you liked Black Horse, I'm sure you'll love this too. It might look worse when you see the tag and restarts explained on the sheet but dance it round the walls a couple of times and it quickly falls in place. Well worth checking out.
Sandra Rose - 12/12/2013
Love the dance and the track
Val Whittington - 21/11/2013
A really cleverly written dance. Good track and plenty to think about in the step patterns. Don't let the sequence put you off with the music on its obvious after a couple of times.Good fun especially the ting ting tag! Recommended.
Wendy Annall - 17/11/2013
I loved the track then looked at the dance and OMG! has this got Kate written all over it. Nice easy first 2 sections to get us going then wham bam, it's brilliant! Particularily like the way the last section is finished....clever. All changes to pattern were remembered first week of teach, so no problem there.
Marilyn Lee - 31/10/2013
This is a fabulous dance and great piece of music. I feel a bit of 'Black Horse' creeping in during Sec.4 - true Kate Sala style - fab!. Hope this gets to the Top 10. Recommended.
Maureen Bullock - 30/10/2013
Only 7 walls, but each is different, plus a fun hold, knee pop tag.
L monterey made a few think. Once mastered the pattern, not difficult.
Such a shame now have duplicates of really great dances, which to choose and upsetting for both dancer and instructor when dancing at a social and dancing the "wrong one".
Even the top choreographers advising when they have written to a track, still happens.