Come Dancing in sequence

~ a review of sequence dance CDs ~

 

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Z cars cha cha cha

Cha Cha

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi

Mambo

Go

Zambesi (Sweet African)

Mambo

Go

Zambesi (V)

Quickstep

Go

Zambezi

Samba

Go

Zambezzi

Mambo

Go

Z-Cars

Quickstep

Go

Zing went the strings of my heart

Quickstep

Go

Zing went the strings of my heart

Quickstep

Go

Zing went the strings of my heart

Quickstep

Go

Zing went the strings of my heart

Quickstep

Go

Zing went the strings of my heart (V)

Quickstep

Go

Zing! went the strings of my heart

Quickstep

Go

Zip a dee do dah

Swing

Go

Zip a dee doo dah

Quickstep

Go

Zip a dee doo dah

Quickstep

Go

Zip a dee doo dah

Quickstep

Go

Zip-a-dee-do-dah

Swing

Go

Zip-a-dee-doo-da

Cha Cha

Go

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah

Cha Cha

Go

Zip-a-dee-doo-dah

Quickstep

Go

Zwei herzen im 3/4 taki

V. Waltz

Go

Zwei in einer grossen stadt

Foxtrot

Go

 

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Page last revised 05 December 2013

 

 

DISCLAIMER:  While every effort has been made to ensure that all the information provided in this website is correct, no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions that may be present or losses that may ensue to users of the information.  The omission of any particular sequence dance CD from this site does not by itself imply that the CD is unsatisfactory: it may simply be that it has not yet been assessed.

 

Colin Rammell