So I am trying to remember Spanish Jeepsie, which I have not danced in about
three to four years. Every description online I try to read seems to differ
and of course Playford is about as clear as chocolate pudding (man, now I
want pudding). So how do people interpret the "Jeepsie", described in
Playford as, "Turn all back to back, faces again, go all about your We. not
turning your faces. That again the tother way."
A) Do a turn single in two beats and then do-si-do.
B) Do a turn single in two beats and then stare into your partners eyes as
you turn around them.
C) Remove the Turn single in two beats and just do the second half of A.
D) Remove the turn single in two beats and just do the second half of B.
E) Ermenrich you are an idiot, and it is most obviously done in the
following manner: <Insert correct way here>
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Most commonly done as B, with the additional point that both M and W are going
about each other (like a 2 hand turn without hands) which is sometimes called a
'Gipsey'. A can be defended as well depending on your frame of reference for
'don't turn your faces'.