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Seminole Wind by John Anderson (120bpm)
There’s 28 seconds of intro music then a drum sequence,
Start dance 4 counts into the drum sequence (or at 32 seconds).
Weave Right, Cross Rock/Return, Step Left Hold
1,2,3,4 Step L across R, Step R to right, Step L behind R, Step R to right
5,6 Cross/rock L over R, Rock/return wt to R
7,8 Step L to left, Hold
Weave Left, Cross Rock/Return, 1/4 Fwd 1/4 Back
9,10,11,12 Step R across L, Step L to left, Step R behind L, Step L to left
13,14 Cross/rock R over L, Rock/return wt to L
15,16 Making 1/4 right step fwd on R, Making 1/4 right step back on L
Rock Back Fwd, Step fwd Hold, Step Lock Step, Rock Fwd Back
17,18,19,20 Rock/step back on R, Rock fwd on L, Step fwd on R, Hold
21&22 Step fwd on L, Lock/step R behind L, Step fwd on L
23,24 Rock/step fwd on R, Rock back on L
Step Back 1/4 Touch, 1/4 Shuffle, Step Hold, Step Pivot 1/4
25,26 Step back on R, Making 1/4 turn left touch L beside R
27&28 Making 1/4 left shuffle fwd L,R,L
29,30 Step fwd on R, Hold
31,32 Step fwd on L, Pivot 1/4 right transferring wt to R
The music changes at the end, it runs out of beat, so let’s finish the dance when that happens.
You will be on wall 12 (facing 9 o’clock).
Dance up to count 22 then step fwd slowly into a 1/4 turn to the front. and slide L to R.
I love the primitive feeling of this song. It takes me back to days of long ago and Saturday arvo at the flicks, as we used to call it back then. Every Cowboy and Indian movie I ever saw evoked the same feeling of sadness in me that this song does.
What it is I can’t explain, but I hope there is someone out there who know what I am talking about.! (-:
The dance is easy, by choice, but it is not a dance for new beginners.
I hope you enjoy the feeling of dancing to this lovely song.
See you on the floor sometime…. Jan