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S.K. Shuffle

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Count:
16
Wall:
4
Level:
beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Unknown
Music:
Black Velvet - Alannah Myles
 
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INTRO (DONE ONLY ONCE)
1-2-3Step left to side, step right behind left, step left to side
END OF INTRO

THE MAIN DANCE
1Step right forward & across left
2-4Rock back on left, step back on right, rock forward on left
5-6Two step full turn to the left stepping right, left,
7&8Shuffle forward on right
 
9-10Step back on left turning ½ turn right, step forward on right
11&12Shuffle forward on left, right, left
13Step back on right
 
14-16Step back left, right, turn ¼ left and step forward on left

REPEAT

2 Comments

Loulou67 June 12, 2017
Hi. I have started line dancing again after stopping in 2006. I began in 1994. I am wondering where you got the information from that says the vine(or frieze) is only done once, at the beginning of the dance. I have the original copy from Terry Hogan (Australia) back in 1993/1994 and their is mention of that, the vine/frieze is part of the dance.

deb dallas March 31, 2022
i agree. I wasn't taught this way (sheet on copperknob) and don't teach it that way either. I have several diff step sheets from clubs, other teachers etc from around that time, and they all are the same. The vine is part of the dance and continues throughout the dance - beginning the dance. The dance ends with a step back on R turning 1/4 turn. I feel that the sheet here and the steps look very awkward. Particularly in such early days the 90's, why would they choreograph a dance with the first 3 steps only done once?

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