Stuart Gordon - 27/06/2014
Good dance, no complicated steps. The restarts and tag are obvious. Keeping track of the walls is interesting but it's fine once you have danced it a couple of times. A bit nippy but not manic.
Most people enjoyed it. Overall good dance to a good country track.
Jane Middleton - 04/06/2014
Taught this dance last night and it got a round of applause! Everybody from improvers through to int/adv dancers stuck with it and soon picked up on the pattern of the phrasing. Don't be put off by this as the dance fits the music perfectly and a couple of times through this becomes obvious! Well done again to Neville and Julie, a good follower to 'Half past nothing' and 'A little bit gypsy'.
Lois Lightfoot - 19/05/2014
Great little dance from Nev & Julie, donít be put off by the sequence it looks harder than it is. Once you have gone over it to the music you can hear where they all are, that tag is good fun & holds it all together well, good country track which I hope a few of the acts pick up on.Your review
ANGELA Stokes - 12/05/2014
on my to teach tuesday really like this dance hope class like it, have played music and they liked it so they should like the dance, but then you never can tell till they have danced it
David Spencer - 08/05/2014
Many people may associate the choreographers with the more advanced or funky dances, but Nev & Julie are deservedly carving themselves a niche by repeatedly coming up with some great improver level dances to country tracks. Once you've got to know where the restarts are, the dance is an absolute doddle.
Ross Brown - 30/04/2014
Another fantastic dance from Nev & Julie. This is an excellent follow up to previous floor fillers such as Half Past Nothin' and A Little Bit Gypsy. Initially, I was put off by the 32 count Tag. But, it's very easy and not worth worrying about.
Elaine Hornagold - 29/04/2014
Nev & Julie have another hit on their hands with this dance, great country track interesting steps with easy restarts and tag. Loved by my class!
Linda Garrett - 28/04/2014
Love the music to this great dance by Neville and Julie, good step combination which fits perfectly to the music. Hopefully will be picked up by the bands. Great!
Lisa Bessinger - 27/04/2014
Absolutely love this dance. Will be teaching it tomorrow. Nothing complicated and one which I hope the bands will take up.
Maggie Healy - 27/04/2014
I agree with all the comments already given. Great music track, easily obtainable, steps interesting enough for all levels from improver upwards. Deserves to do well. Couple of restarts and a tag but the music really does tell you they are there.
Sheila Shanley - 27/04/2014
Taught this last week to a mixed class improvers/intermediate and went down very well. Good country track.
Heather Ward - 27/04/2014
one day i just might remember to click on the stars,
Heather Ward - 26/04/2014
a super improver dance by Nev and Julie.plenty to think about
especially the Quirky Rumba Boxes, just loved getting them mixed up,it's a dance not to be missed by the intermediates,just because it says improver.You won't be disappointed and a great choice of music
Karen Hooper - 24/04/2014
Taught this tonight - fabulous improver dance following on from the brilliant Half Past Nothing and A Little Bit Gypsy. Restarts very easy to hear and easy tag. Highly recommended
GRAHAM Mitchell - 23/04/2014
just taught this, great improver dance, plenty of fun with this and yet another good country track, thumbs up from my class
Patrick B - 22/04/2014
I can't believe there are no reviews of this dance. It's a great improver dance to a real catchy song & the classes love it. 2 easy restarts & a tag. It's another little bit gypsy or half past nothing. Well done you two. It has mine & the classes recommendation.