Gimme That Rhythm
VIDEO < click here to see this dance on
Intermediate Level, 2 Walls, 32
Rhythm" by The Borderers. 100 bpm.
Intro: This is a LONG intro. Ignore the drum clicks. Start counting from
the words, then there are 24 slow counts (at 100 bpm). The first step is on the
I was very happy to get
advance notice of this song from the Borderers (I have done two previous dances
to their songs - Mama Jazz and Mama Knows Best.) This song has an infectious
beat and makes you want to move! The dance was introduced by Peter Heath at
Tamworth, Australia in connection with the Australian Line Dance Championships
in January 2012 and the same weekend it was taught at the Palm Springs Line
Dance Festival by Terri Slemmons.
This song is on The Borderers double CD: "Tales
of Love & Loss and Rise Up!" available from the Borderers' website:
For a sample of the song, Click
But please purchase the song from The Borderers. They
deserve our support!
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Easy Beginner Level, 4 Walls,
Counts, no syncopations, one 1/4 turn
"Love Train" by the
120 bpm. Intro: 16 counts
This one is for people who have never seen line dancing before. It's easy
and fun; and it's perfect for teaching outdoors on grass. This is now my
favorite dance to teach at conventions and private parties. There are country
song options for country themed events. I particularly like it to
"Oklahoma Swing", a nice slow one to teach it
"Love Train" - Hear a sample, buy the mp3, or buy
the entire CD: Click here (amazon.com)