|Dance Title||Rhythm||RAL Phase||Comments||Release Date|
|Mississippi Delta Blues
|Two-Step||II +1 (Strolling Vine)||A great little Two-Step written for the Katrina aftermath. Good music, but had to be shortened.||September 2005|
|Miss New Orleans
|Two-Step||II +1 (Rock The Boat)||Great Two-Step written for the BVSRD Hall Board Pit-Q dinner dance in Boise, Idaho. Also written to remember the catastrophe in New Orleans, LA from hurricane Katrina.||September, 2005|
|Polvo de Estrellas (Stardust)
|Slow Two-Step||IV +1 (Triple Traveler)||Great song by Hoagy Charmichael and performed by Los Indios Tabajaras on accoustical guitars. Super music by Brazilian artists!||May 2005|
|Home Grown Tomatoes||Two-Step||II||A great and fun song by Guy Clark. An easy and fun Ph II Two-Step. Remember all those tomatoes you ended up with this past summer?||September 2004|
|Imagine||Slow Two-Step||IV||A original song by John Lennon, slow and smooth. This dance may seem more difficult than a Ph IV because of the slow rhythm.||April 2003|
|My Rifle, My Pony and Me||Two-Step||II||A really nice Don Williams song. The dance is a Phase II Two-Step that dances smooth and slow. CD 57703-2, Borrowed Times by Don Williams, Track #4||February 2003|
|Salsa Cachete||Salsa||Unphased - Ph IV||A hot salsa dance to a hot piece of music. CD #64434-2, Best of Salsa Merengue, Track #7, "Cachete, Pechito y Ombligo". CD available from Amazon.com or the Choreographers.
>> Presented and Showcased August 24, 2002, USAWest Boise, Idaho.
>> Demonstrated and taught at the Boise Chapter USABDA, National Ballroom Dance Week Workshop, September 27, 2003.
From ASD Magazine, Dec 2002
Unphased dances like a V-Salsa. CD64434 Best of Salsa Merengue by Carlos Muñes - Bob and Robin Young. This salsa can be danced at almost any level. It uses Round Dance terminology and is slowed down so the dancers can enjoy the music and the dance. Figures included, salsa basic, cross body, turning basic, sombrero wheel, hitch and catapult. Ends with a conga left and right, with a forward and back motion and moans. Great music and great choreography."
|Rumba Along the Nile||Rumba||PH IV +1 (Closed hip twist)||A smooth piece of music "Shahdaroba" by Roy Orbison – flip side of Monument #B1W-154 “In Dreams”||January 2002|
|Cuatro||Rumba, Cha Cha, Merangue and Tango||IV (Very easy)||A great piece of music for 4 rhythms - thus the name Cuatro, written for us by Helmut Licht. A very easy Ph IV mixed rhythm.||April 2001|
|A Robin's Song||Waltz||II||A beautiful piece of music, "A Robin's Song" written by Helmut Licht (800) 892-0204 especially for Robin. A very smooth and romantic waltz. This is a Phase II version of the cues written below. Record: Star 137A, Special Pressing. Available from Palomino or the Choreographers. Also on the new CD, "Baltimore Dances #11" from Helmut Licht.||May, 2000|
|A Robin's Song||Waltz||III +1 (Diamond Turns)||A beautiful piece of music, "A Robin's Song" written by Helmut Licht (800) 892-0204 especially for Robin. Also on the new CD, "Baltimore Dances #11" from Helmut Licht or from Palomino. Record: Star 137A, Special Pressing. Available from Palomino or the Choreographers. Presented at USWest, Casper, WY August, 2000||May, 2000|
|Clapping Fiesta||Cha Cha||V +1 (Body Ripple) +1 (Unphased Matador Wheel)||"Clapping Chacha" written by Helmut Licht. Record: Star 137B, Special Pressing. Available from Palomino or the Choreographers. Also on the new CD, "Baltimore Dances #11" from Helmut Licht||October, 2000|
|Clapping Cha||Cha Cha||IV +1 (Unphased Matador)||"Clapping Chacha" written by Helmut Licht (800) 892-0204. A great piece of music with a great Latin rhythm! Reminds me of a bull fight - the Matador dodging the bull and teasing the bull. The dance reflects this. Also on the new CD, "Baltimore Dances #11" from Helmut Licht or from Palomino. Record: Star 137B, Special Pressing. Available from Palomino or the Choreographers. Showcased at USWest, Casper, WY August, 2000.||May, 2000|
|He Go, She Go||Cha Cha||IV||"He Go, She Go", Helmut Licht, from the CD "Baltimore Dances #6 - Burma Lee and Me". Another piece of creative genius from Helmut Licht. You will need to purchase the album directly from the composer and creator or from Palomino.||April 2000|
|Paradise Island||Rumba||IV +1 (Switch rock)||"Paradise Island", by Helmut Licht, from the CD "Baltimore Dances #6 - Burma Lee and Me".||March, 2000|
|You're My Best Friend||Two-Step||II +1 (Strolling vine)||MCA P-2765, "You're My Best Friend" by Don Williams (Palomino). This one I wrote for Robin for Valentines Day, 2000. Good piece of music and lyrics by Don Williams. Try it! You'll Like it! Palomino Top 10 list for March, 2000!||February 2000|
|Falling In Love Again||Waltz||II +1 (Drift Apart Unphased)||Telemark 886B, Falling In Love Again [Flip side of Alice Blue Gown]. Robin wrote this one to celebrate the wedding of Randy and Sharon Dibble. A great and easy Waltz with optional leg crawls. RAL ROQ 2nd Quarter, 2000, 1st Runner-Up!||December 1998|
|I Just Want To Dance With You"||Two-Step||II +2 (Lariat and Fishtail)||George Strait "I Just Want To Dance With You", MCA 72046. This dance was the first from Idaho to be presented at the USWest Convention. Actually, it was the first dance written by an Idaho choreographer and presented at any National Convention or function.||May 1998|
|Some Broken Hearts||Cha Cha||III +1 (Alemana)||MCAD 5944, "Don Williams 20 Greatest Hits", Track 8, "Some Broken Hearts Never Mend", or on ABC/DOT DO-17683, or on MCA-53578. A good Cha cha to an old favorite.||February 2000|
|P.S. I Love You (The Vine Dance)||Two-Step||II +1 (Strolling Vine)||Capitol S756785 Beetles, "PS I Love You" (Flip "Love Me Do", The Box Dance) A great little "vine teach" dance to a great Beatles song.||September 1998|
|Love and Marriage
|Two-Step||II +1 (Chair)||A fine piece of Frank Sinatra music. The dance was written for the marriage of Doug and Kathy Eslinger, Boise, Idaho||April 1997|
|Here We Have Idaho||Waltz||II||The Idaho State song. Midi file available from Choreographers||September, 1999|
|She Never Knew Me||Waltz||III +1 (Diamond Turns)||A very slow waltz and a great song by Don Williams.||February, 2000|