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Alan Haywood

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PostSubject: Johnny Be Good   Wed 29 Aug 2007, 16:16

Hi everyone

Are you feeling fit? For the energetic amongst you, the dance has jumps and scoots but don’t run away! There are alternative steps which are not only shown in the video by Fiona but also on the step sheet as an easier option.

It is another one I’ve been asked to write to and this one is to Johnny B Goode by Chuck Berry.

The script is below but you can download a PDF version from our site – also on the site is a demo video which Fiona and I filmed last night so you can take a look!

Best of all, no tags or restarts!

Enjoy!!!

Alan

JOHNNY BE GOOD

48 Count – 4 wall intermediate
32 count intro – start on vocals
Choreographed by Alan Haywood (UK) (August 2007)
E-Mail: alan.haywood@yahoo.com Website: www.alanhaywood.co.uk
Choreographed to “Johnny B Goode” by Chuck Berry from the Chuck Berry Golden Hits album and many other compilation albums – 168 bpm Also available from iTunes


Section 1
R toe, R heel, step, hold, L Toe, L heel, step, hold

1-2 Touch right toe to left instep, touch right heel to left instep
3-4 Step right next to left, hold
5-6 Touch left toe to right instep, touch left heel to right instep
7&8 Step left next to right, hold

Section 2
Jump apart, jump together, ¼ L jump apart, jump together, jump back R, recover L, R forward, hold

1-2 Jump both feet apart (shoulder width), jump both feet together
3-4 Making a ¼ left, jump both feet apart (shoulder width), jump both feet together (9 o’clock)
5-6 Jump back onto right, recover weight forward onto left
7-8 Step forward onto right, hold for 1 count
Easy Option for this section
1-2 Point right to right side, touch right next to left
3-4 Making ¼ turn left, point right to right side, touch right next to left (9 o’clock)
5-6 Rock back right, recover left
7-8 Step forward onto right, hold for 1 count

Section 3
L forward, ½ R, L forward, kick R, R slow coaster, hold

1-2 Step left forward, pivot ½ turn right (3 o’clock)
3-4 Step left forward, kick right forward
5-6 Step back onto right, step left next to right
7-8 Step right forward, hold for 1 count

Section 4
L forward, ½ R, L forward, kick R, R side, kick L, L side, kick R

1-2 Step left forward, pivot ½ turn right (9 o’clock)
3-4 Step left forward, kick right diagonally left
5-6 Step right to right side, kick left diagonally right
7-8 Step left to left side, kick right diagonally left

Section 5
R vine ¼ R, scoot back on R x 2, L back, touch R toe forward, touch R in front of L

1-2-3 Step right to right side, step left behind right, step right ¼ right (12 o’clock)
4-5-6 Scoot back on right twice, step back onto left
7-8 Touch right toe forward, touch right toe in front of left
Easy Option for this section
1-2-3 Step right to right side, step left behind right, step right ¼ right (12 o’clock)
4-5-6 Walk back left right left
7-8 Touch right toe forward, touch right toe in front of left

Section 6
R vine ¼ R, hold, L forward ½ R, L forward, hold

1-2 Step right to right side, step left behind right
3-4 Step right ¼ right, hold for 1 count (3 o’clock)
5-6 Step left forward, pivot ½ turn right (9 o’clock)
7-8 Step left forward, hold


NO TAGS OR RESTARTS – YIPPEE!!!!

REPEAT AND ENJOY!
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PostSubject: JOHNNY BE GOOD   Wed 12 Sep 2007, 00:28

I taught this to one class last week and they all really liked it, so I have since taught it at all the class this week.
It's gone down really well.
Most are bravely going for all the jumps and scoots, but they are very easy to replace if you're not so energetic.
Good One Alan

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