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Bloodstone

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Intermediate NC2
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Neville Fitzgerald & Julie Harris ( November 2017 )
Music:
Bloodstone by Guy Sebastian. Album: Conscious (iTunes)
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Start on Vocal 16 Counts.

Side, Back Rock, Step Touch, Step Touch, Side, Back Rock Recover, Side, Behind, 1/4 , Step, Press.
1-2&Step Left to Left side, cross rock Right behind Left, recover on Left,
3&4&Step Right forward slightly to Right diagonal , touch Left next to Right, step Left forward slightly to Left diagonal, touch Right next to Left.
5Step Right to Right side.
6&7&Cross rock Left behind Right, recover on Right, step Left to Left side, cross step Right behind Left
8&1Make 1/4 turn to Left stepping forward on Left, step forward on Right, press forward on Left. (9.00)

Sweep, Sweep, Sailor 3/4 Cross, Side Together, Cross 1/4, 1/4, Point.
2-3Step back on right as you sweep Left from front to back, step back Left as you sweep Right from front to back.
4&5Make 1/4 turn Right cross stepping Right behind Left, 1/4 turn Right stepping Left next to Right, 1/4 turn Right cross stepping Right over Left. (6.00)
&6-7Step Left to Left side (slight diagonal to Right corner) step Right next to Left as you push hips to Left side. Cross step Left across Left.
8&1Make 1/4 turn to Left stepping back on Right, 1/4 turn to Left stepping Left to Left side, point Right to Right side. (12.00)

1/2, 1/4 Sweep, Cross Shuffle, Cross, Side, Back, Back, Side, Forward ( Reverse 1/2 turn Circle)
2-3Make 1/2 turn to Right stepping Right next to Left. Make 1/4 turn to Right as you sweep & lift the Left leg across & over Right. (9.00)
4&5Cross step Left over Right, step Right to Right side, cross step Left over Right. (travel forward towards Right diagonal 10.30)
6&7Cross step Right over Left, make 1/8 turn to Right stepping Left to Left side, make 1/8 turn to Right stepping back on Right.
8&1Make 1/8 turn Right stepping back on Left, make 1/8 turn to Right stepping Right to Right side, step forward on Left. (3.00)

Step, 1/2, 1/4 Rock & Cross, Side Touch, 1/4 Touch, Side Together.
2-3Step forward on Right, make 1/2 turn to Right stepping back on Left. (9.00)
4&5Make 1/4 turn to Right as you rock Right to Right side, recover side Left, cross step Right over Left. (12.00)
6&7&Step Left to Left side, touch Right next to Left, make 1/4 turn to Right stepping Right to Right side, touch Left next to Right.
8&(1) Step Left to Left side, step Right next to Left (1) Left to Left side to begin again )

Restart on Walls 3 & 7
Dance Up To & Including Count 15...Then Step Right To Right Side On Count 16..
Then...
Restart Dance Making 1/2 Hinge Turn To Left Stepping Left To Left Side Count 1

Note: On Wall 7 The Song Will Start To Slow... The Dance Does NOT Slow.. Keep Dancing At The Same Pace &
It Will Fall Back Into Place

(3.236.8.46)(2020/07/09 23:52:44)

10 Comments

Kato January 28, 2018
Why the delay in releasing this one? Wanted to teach it in November when it was written, but there are too many other good dances and choreographers out there, so now I’ll be giving it a swerve for more current releases!

Jewels January 29, 2018
That's your choice Kato hope you find another great dance to teach in classes ... Sometimes you have to keep dances back when you have so many events to teach them at .. otherwise you go to an event and most have learnt the dance and you can't keep writing dances week after week ... AND with Xmas that was just around the corner it would have got lost in the holidays ... HOPE that this answers your rude comment Julie

loveableh January 29, 2018
Kato why would you make this comment in this post I think that is so rude ..it a great dance and thank god YOUR NOT goin to be dancing it that will allow others to enjoy it with out your rudeness ...you have obviously no idea what it takes to do this sort of work
Keep up the good work you two ignore the rude above comment only one rude one out of a million great ones xxx

piggles January 29, 2018
Kato, there’s a word in these lyrics that’s describing you!

dancer33 January 29, 2018
Loving this Julie and Nev I shall definitely be teaching this this week. The footwork interprets the music perfectly and the song is brilliant.

Line Up January 31, 2018
Julie and Neville, there are plenty of people willing to do your dances. I for one am not dismissing any dance because I am not satisfied with the timing of releasing a dance script. I will teach the dances I know will be danced at many places to keep my dancers happy. And Bloodstone will definitely be one of them. Thanks to all choreographers that spends all this time to choreograph and write scripts without getting anything else but the satisfaction of seeing people happy on the dance floor.

Line Up January 31, 2018
Julie and Neville, there are plenty of people willing to do your dances. I for one am not dismissing any dance because I am not satisfied with the timing of releasing a dance script. I will teach the dances I know will be danced at many places to keep my dancers happy. And Bloodstone will definitely be one of them. Thanks to all choreographers that spends all this time to choreograph and write scripts without getting anything else but the satisfaction of seeing people happy on the dance floor.

cass February 4, 2018
Love this dance and fab track

Pismo February 27, 2018
Kato's comment is a personal statement and legitimate for him/her. Julie's explanation was satisfactory, but should have ended without the last phrase. There is inordinate pressure on event instructors to present something new, because event directors think that NEW means more attendees. It's a vicious cycle. I, too, have been frustrated when I want to teach a dance but a script is being held back so the dance can be taught "new" at another event. My choice is to grit my teeth and wait or move on. It is what it is.

Kato March 23, 2018
Thank you Pismo for your wise comments. I do understand the need to keep dances back for events. However, I don’t know why they are added on the site by just name and track, causing the frustration you mention. I feel it would be better to just not advertise them until they are actually released. Don’t think the aggressive comments were warranted though - it was only an opinion.

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