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The Ship and the Bottle

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Count:
32
Wall:
4
Level:
Absolute Beginner
Choreo:
Choreographer:
Linda Pink (AUS) - January 2019
Music:
The Ship and the Bottle - Brett Young : (Album: Ticket to L.A)
 
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Introduction Counts: 16 - Min: 4.29
(There is a pause in the music where you can finish the dance. See notes below.)

CAMEL STEP, CAMEL STEP
1,2Camel Step: Step R 45 deg Right, Step L next to R
3,4Step R 45 deg R, Scuff L thru
5,6Camel Step: Step L 45 deg Left, Step R next to L
7,8Step L 45 deg Left, Touch R next to L 12

ZIG ZAG BACK X 2, VINE RIGHT & TOUCH (ALT ROLLING VINE RIGHT & TOUCH)
1,2Step R Back at 45 deg, Touch L next to R
3,4Step L Back at 45 deg, Touch R next to L
5,6Step R to the side, Step L behind R,
7,8Step R to the side, Touch L next to R 12

VINE LEFT ¼ TURN SCUFF, (ALT ROLLING 1 ¼ VINE LEFT & SCUFF) PADDLE TURN X 2
1,2Step L to the side, Step R behind L,
3,4Turn ¼ Left Step L fwd, Scuff R thru 9
5,6Step R Forward, Turn ¼ Left take weight on L 6
7,8Step R Forward, Turn ¼ Left take weight on L 3

HEEL STRUT X 2, ROCKING CHAIR (ALT 2 X PIVOT TURNS)
1,2Step R Heel Forward, Drop R toe to the Floor
3,4Step L Heel Forward, Drop L toe to the Floor
5,6Rocking Chair: Step R forward, Rock back onto L
7,8Step R back, Rock forward on L 3

There is a pause in the music at 3.10 where you can finish the dance. Facing the back wall, slow camels to the back and cross your right over your left and unwind a half turn. If you wish to continue with the music you can do so facing the front wall when the song kicks back in.

Contact - Linda Pink: 0438 275327 - www.lvbootscooters.com

2 Comments

Pismo January 19, 2019
Don't see what makes step, close (1-2) a "camel step."

pinkee February 8, 2020
A Camel Step is the Step Together Step Touch or Scuff to the corner. Just a terminology that some instructors use.

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