Country and Western > Favorite 2-step music

Discussion in 'Country and Western' started by Partner Dancer, Apr 6, 2014.

  1. Partner Dancer

    Partner Dancer Well-Known Member

    What's your favorite CW2S song(s), of all time, classic/vintage, and/or contemporary? Quality over quantity, please.
  2. Mr 4 styles

    Mr 4 styles Well-Known Member

    Dierks Bentley what was i thinkin ...... prog2
  3. chanz2danz

    chanz2danz New Member

    Hard to give just one so it will be subject to change!! Mercury Blues by Alan Jackson. But then again, Suds in the Bucket, Sara Evans. Past the Point of Rescue, Hal Ketchum. Nah, there can't be just one, top ten maybe!
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  4. Steve Pastor

    Steve Pastor Moderator Staff Member

    Step lively.

  5. chuck4788

    chuck4788 Member

    Some of my fav 2S songs in no particular order:
    The Bug by Mary Chapin Carpenter
    Any Way The Wind Blows by Brothers Phelps (complex song)
    Liza Jane by Vince Gill
    Past the Point of Rescue (4+ minutes)
    Norma Jean Riley by Diamond Rio
    Rub A Dubbin by Ken Mellons
    Knee Deep by Zach Brown
    Bing Bang Boom by Highway 101
    Except for Mondays by Lorrie Morgan
    Highway Junkie by Gary Allen
    Love I've Found in You by Lady Antebellum
    Messed Up in Memphis by Darryl Worley
    On the Verge by Collin Raye
    Next to You, Next to Me by Shenadoah
    One More Last Chance by Vince Gill
    Swingin Door by Catherine Britt
    Drivin My Life Away by Rhett Akins
    Except For Mondays by Lorrie Morgan

    And newer ones:
    Hey Soul Sister by Lawence (fast)
  6. Steve Pastor

    Steve Pastor Moderator Staff Member

    Just heard this one recently. Probably too many breaks, but otherwise, I'd like to dance to this one, but am pretty sure I'm not going to hear it around here.

    And, uh, maybe minimize that window and just listen. (Sorry EWiser.)
  7. calimd

    calimd New Member

    -- current favs:
    -- suds in the bucket, shania twain.
    -- chicken fried... zac brown band
    -- chattahoochee ...alan jackson
  8. chuck4788

    chuck4788 Member

    Just thought of a few more:
    Amie by Pure Prairie League
    Dreaming With My Eyes Wide Open by Clay Walker
    How a Cowgirl Says Goodbye by Tracy Lawrence
    My Oh My by The Wreckers
    My Old Friend by Tim NcGraw
    One of Those Nights by Lorrie Morgan
    Tear Stained Letter by Patty Loveless
    The Fireman by George Strait
    Wagon Wheel by Darius Rucker
    Wake Up Yesterday by Clint Black
    Where the Sidewalk Ends by George Strait
    Your Love is a Miracle by Mark Chesnutt

    And two with some syncopation that are fun to dance: American Kids by Kenny Chesney (new release)
    Mambo No 5 by Lou Bega

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