|1||Patience||Me||Do-si-dos in A2, B2|
|2||The Nice Combination||Gene Hubert|
|3||Speed Dating||Bob Isaacs||Scatter mixer|
|4||Hey Man||Paul Balliet||non-alternating|
|5||Simplicity Swing||Becky Hill||done to techno music|
|6||Vector Analysis||Me||early working version|
|7||To Turn a Phrase||Bob Isaacs||called by Justin Kauker|
|8||Balance and Think||Gene Hubert||A1: Long lines, men allemande left 1 & 1/2|
|9||Victory Rose||Me||See the video.|
|10||Gate Expectations||Me||Slip jig. Non-alternating|
|11||Power Exchanges||Elio Lewis||Susan Petrick version
called by Justin Kauker
|12||Mendo Wanderer||Erik Hoffman||A1: Neighbor allemande right 1 & 1/2, 1/2 hey (ML)|
San Diego's first go at trying to alternative/techno music -- Justin had prepared a mix for one set, including part of which was a riff off the song, "Angeline the Baker".
Flashing Sirens is the rename of Ranting Banshee, with a new fiddler.
Here's the version of "Vector Analysis" I called:Vector Anaylsis, original version
A1 Ladies chain 1/2 hey (WR,NL,MR) A2 Partner balance Partner swing B1 Men allemande left 1 & 1/2 Neighbor swing B2 Long lines forward and back Partner box the gnat Square through (PR,NL) (no balances)
But the B2 proved to be too unforgiving for certain partner pairs, and distorted the rest of the dance. Plus I wasn't thrilled with the space needed for all to box the gnat in the center of the set. I've since revised it.
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