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Baby Bandit

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Count:
64
Wall:
2
Level:
Intermediate
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Kate Sala (UK) & Karl-Harry Winson (UK) - November 2018
Intro: 8 Count, that’s starting after the words ‘Tres Dos Uno’. No Tag, No Restart

Grapevine Right, Hip Bump, Step Left, Cross Right Over, Step Left, Turn 1/4 Right With Kick.
1 - 3Step R to right side. Cross step L behind R. Step R to right side.
& 4Bump L hip up, down (Keeping weight on R).
5 - 7Step L to left side. Cross step R over L. Step L to left side.
8Turn 1/4 right on L while kicking R foot forward. 3:00

Rock Back, Recover, Full Turn Left, Step, Kick, Step Back,Touch, Hip Bump.
1 2Rock back on R. Recover on to L.
3 4Turn 1/2 left stepping back on R. Turn 1/2 left stepping forward on L.
5 6Step forward on R. Low kick L forward.
&7 &8Step back on L. Touch R next to L. Lift R hip up, down.

Side Rock Recover, Cross Behind With Sweep, Step Behind With Knee Pop, Flick, Step, Kick Ball Step.
1 2Side rock on R out to right side. Recover on to L.
3Cross step R behind L while sweeping L round to left side from front to back.
4Step L behind R while lifting R heel up and popping R knee forward.
5 6Lower R heel and Flick L back. Step forward on L.
7 & 8Kick R forward. Step down on Ball of R. Step forward on L.

Jazz box 1/4 Turn Right, Pivot 1/2 Turn Right, Ball Cross, Side Rock Right, Recover.
1 - 4Cross step R over L. Turn 1/4 right stepping back on L. Step R to right side. Step forward on L.
5 & 6Pivot 1/2 turn right. (weight back on L). Step down on ball of R. Cross step L over R. 12:00
7 8Side rock on R out to right side. Recover on to L.

Right Sailor Step 1/4 Turn Left, Left Sailor Step, Weave Left, Turn 1/4 Left, Pivot 1/2 Left With Hitch.
1 & 2Cross step R behind L. Turn 1/4 left stepping forward on L. Step R out to right side. 9:00
3 & 4Cross L behind R. Step R out to right side. Step L to Left side.
5 & 6Cross R behind L. Step L to L side. Cross R over L.
7 8Turn 1/4 left stepping forward on L. Turn 1/2 left on L while hitching R knee up. 12:00

Step Forward, Hitch Ball Point, Monterey 1/2 Turn Right, Modified Jazz Box Cross.
1 2 &3Step forward on R. Hitch L knee up. Step down on L. Point R out to right side.
4 5Turn 1/2 turn Right stepping R beside L. Point L toe to Left side. 6:00
6 7Cross L over R. Step back on R.
& 8Step L beside Right. Cross R over L.

Side Rock Left, Recover, Weave Right, Chasse Right, Rock Back, Recover.
1 2Side rock on L to left side. Recover on to R.
3 & 4Cross step L behind R. Step R to right side. Cross step L over R.
5 & 6Step R to right side. Step L next to R. Step R to right side.
7 8Rock back on L. Recover weight on R.

Rock Forward, Recover, Turn 1/2 Left x 2, Rock Back, Recover, Ball Step, Forward/Cross.
1 2Rock forward on L. Recover on to R.
3 4Turn 1/2 turn left stepping forward on L. Turn 1/2 left stepping back on R. 6:00
5 6Rock back on L. Recover on to R.
& 7 8Step on ball of L next to R. Step forward on R. Step L forward and slightly across R.

Start Again Enjoy

5 Comments

dancer33 November 19, 2018
Great dance Kim a definite teach for me

dancer33 November 24, 2018
Sorry should say Kate and Karl

Kato December 6, 2018
Great track which seems to be gaining in popularity, but steps seem to be a bit ‘fiddly’. Teaching next week, so will be able to gauge reception more accurately then. Usually love Karl’s choreography but quite undecided about this one at the moment.

jenny39 December 16, 2018
Two renowned choreographers but not for my clubs or dancers when there are so many more user friendly intermediate dances than this I personally like it and will dance it socially but if I want to keep my intermediate dance floor full it's just not worth it

Kato December 19, 2018
Agree with jenny39. Steps too ‘bitty’ for some of my class; just doesn’t flow. Will be dropping this one.

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